Chihiro meets Haku, a mysterious youth who can turn into a dragon to serve the sorceress Yubaba.
Chihiro and Lin, a no-nonsense bathhouse girl who dreams of the outside world, have their work cut out for them cleaning up after a foul-smelling monster.
David Ogden Stiers, voice of Kamaji.
John Ratzenberger, voice of Assistant Manager.
Toshio Suzuki, one of the world's top animation producers, co-founder of Studio Ghibli and frequent Miyazaki collaborator, served as producer of Miyazaki's latest cinematic success.
Chihiro accompanies "No-Face" to the home of the sorceress Zeniba (right) to seek help in breaking a spell.
Tara Strong, voice of Boh (Baby).
Hayao Miyazaki, Japan's most renowned filmmaker, achieves new artistic and storytelling triumphs with his writing and direction of the remarkable new animated fantasy, "Spirited Away."
Daveligh Chase, voice of Chihiro.
Suzanne Pleshete, voice of Yubaba and Zeniba.
Disney veteran Kirk Wise served as director.
Michael Chiklis, voice of Chihiro's Father.
A mysterious youth named Haku becomes Chihiro's friend and ally when she enters a strange spirit world.
A 10-year-old girl named Chihiro remembers falling into a river as a very young firl and nearly drowning.
Academy Award Winner John Lasseter guided the English language version of "Spirited Away" in his role as Executive Producer.
A 10-year-old girl named Chihiro encounters "No Face," a mysterious transparent spirit whose unfulfilled desires pose a danger to all who come near.
Joe Hishaishi composed the film's original score.
Yubaba's giant baby boy, Boh, and the workers at the bathhouse give Chihiro a big send off.
Chihiro and a transparent spirit named "No-Face" travel by train to the home of Yubaba's more compassionate twin sister sorceress, Zeniba.
The assistant manager and his frog foreman keep a watchful eye on activities at the bathhouse.
Jason Marsden, voice of Haku.
Susan Egan, voice of Lin.
Lauren Holly, voice of Chihiro's Mother.
Poster art for "Spirited Away."