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Steiners Geschichte. July Sample translation. When Baron is discovered and is forced to fight the guards, he and Haru are helped by Yuki, a white female cat who works as a servant in the palace and who had tried to warn Haru to leave the Cat Kingdom before she was taken to the castle.
After Yuki shows them an escape tunnel, Haru, the Baron, and Muta move through a maze to a tower, which contains a portal to Haru's world. The King goes through a series of efforts to keep them in the Cat Kingdom long enough for Haru to remain trapped in the form of a cat and have her as his daughter-in-law.
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Lune and his guards return to the Cat Kingdom to reveal the King was not acting on his behalf and that he has no desire to marry Haru; he has instead planned on proposing to Yuki. Muta is revealed to be a notorious criminal in the Kingdom having devoured a whole lake of fish in one session , and Yuki as being the strange voice who had advised Haru to go to the Cat Bureau.
In her childhood, Haru had saved Yuki from starvation by giving her the fish crackers she was eating, and Yuki has now repaid her kindness. Muta, or as he is known as the infamous criminal Renaldo Moon, tells Haru "I respect a woman who stands up for herself" after she rejects the King's marriage proposal outrightly and proceeds to help her escape from the King's soldiers. Eventually Baron, Haru and Muta escape the realm of cats, with the aid of Prince Lune and Toto, and Haru discovers her true self and tells Baron how she has come to like him. He tells her the doors of the Cat Bureau will be open for her again.
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Haru returns to the human world with more confidence in herself; after learning from her friend that her former crush has broken up with his girlfriend, she simply replies "it doesn't matter anymore. In , Studio Ghibli released a film entitled Whisper of the Heart , based on a manga by Aoi Hiiragi , of a girl writing a fantasy novel. Although the girl's life had no magical elements, the film featured short fantasy scenes depicting what the girl was writing of the Baron, a character of her novel, which were so popular that an indirect sequel was made, featuring the Baron and another girl, a high school student, named Haru.
Muta also returned. The Cat Returns began as the "Cat Project" in Studio Ghibli received a request from a Japanese theme park to create a minute short starring cats. Hayao Miyazaki wanted three key elements to feature in the short — these were the Baron, Muta Moon and a mysterious antique shop. The theme park later canceled the project. Miyazaki then took the existing work done by the "Cat Project" and used it as testing for future Ghibli directors — the short was now to be 45 minutes long.
Responsibility was given to Hiroyuki Morita, who had started as an animator in for the film My Neighbors the Yamadas. Over a nine-month period he translated Hiiragi's Baron story into pages of storyboards for what was to be The Cat Returns.
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Miyazaki and Toshio Suzuki decided to produce a feature-length film based entirely on Morita's storyboard; this was partly because Haru, the main character, had a "believable feel to her". It became the second theatrical third overall Studio Ghibli feature to be directed by someone other than Miyazaki or Takahata.
The film was the highest-grossing domestic film at the Japanese box office in  and the 7th highest-grossing film of the year overall. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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