Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha The MOVIE 1st

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Alternative title:
Mahō Shōjo Lyrical Nanoha The MOVIE 1st (Japanese) 
魔法少女リリカルなのは The MOVIE 1st (Japanese) 
魔法少女奈葉 The MOVIE 1st (Chinese (Taiwan)) 
Genres: action , magic 
Themes: magical girl 
Objectionable content: Significant 
Plot Summary: Takamachi Nanoha is a normal fourth-grader who feels a little useless and out-of-place with no purpose. Then one day, she saves a ferret, who turns out to be a mage from another planet who came to this planet to search for the jewl seeds. Nanoha agrees to help, but this task gets complicated when another girl arrives to steal them. 
User Ratings: 224 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 35 votes (sub:26, raw:4, dub:3, others:2
1 Portuguese subtitled
1 Spanish subtitled
)
 Excellent: 39 votes (sub:36, raw:3)
 Very good: 56 votes (sub:52, raw:2, others:2
1 Portuguese subtitled
1 Spanish subtitled
)
 Good: 51 votes (sub:48, dub:3)
 Decent: 22 votes (sub:18, dub:4)
 So-so: 9 votes (sub:9)
 Not really good: 3 votes (sub:3)
 Weak: 4 votes (sub:3, others:1
1 Russian subtitled
)
 Bad: 2 votes (sub:2)
 Awful: 1 vote (sub:1)
 Worst ever: 2 votes (sub:2)
Seen in part or in whole by 350 users, rank: #2079 (of 6083)
Median rating: Very good
Arithmetic mean: 7.643 (Very good−), std. dev.: 1.851, rank: #979 (of 6075)
Weighted mean: 7.637 (Very good−), rank: #858 (of 6075) (seen all: 7.64)
Bayesian estimate: 7.632 (Very good−), rank: #674 (of 4578)
Running time: 130 minutes 
Vintage: 2010-01-23
Premiere date:
2010-01-23 (Japan) 
2010-08-20 (Taiwan) 
Release dates: We have 1
Opening Theme:
"PHANTOM MINDS" by Nana Mizuki 
Ending Theme:
"My wish My love" by Yukari Tamura 
Insert song:
"Don't be long" by Nana Mizuki 
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Keizou Kusakawa 
Screenplay: Masaki Tsuzuki 
Episode Director: Kōsuke Kobayashi 
Unit Director:
Kousuke Kobayashi 
Kouta Okuno 
Music: Hiroaki Sano 
Original creator: Masaki Tsuzuki 
Character Design: Yasuhiro Okuda 
Art Director: Shinji Katahira 
Chief Animation Director: Yasuhiro Okuda 
Sound Director: Jin Aketagawa 
Director of Photography: Atsushi Nakayama 
Executive producer:
Hirofumi Shigemura (Starchild Records) 
Kouichirou Natsume (Aniplex) 
Osamu Uemura (Seven Arcs) 
Toyoki Oota (Dwango/MAGES) 
Producer:
Akio Mishima (Star Child Records) 
Hiroyuki Shimizu (Aniplex) 
Tatsuya Tanaka 

2nd Key Animation: Beom Seok Hong 
Associate producer: Shunsuke Saito (Aniplex) 
Chief Unit Director: Atsushi Nakayama 
Color design: Tomoko Tasaki 
Editing: Kazuhiko Seki 
Insert Song Arrangement: Toshiro Yabuki 
Insert Song Composition: Toshiro Yabuki 
Insert Song Lyrics: Toshiro Yabuki 
Insert Song Performance: Nana Mizuki 
Music Performance:
Akane Irie (Violin) 
Akiko Tajima (Violin) 
Amiko Watabe (Viola) 
Ayano Kasahara (Cello) 
Etsuko Hara (Violin) 
Hitoshi Konno (Violin) 
Kazuki Chiba (Contrabass) 
Ken Okabe (Violin) 
Kōji Makuuchi (Contrabass) 
Machi Okabe (Violin) 
Masahiko Tōdō (Violin) 
Migiwa Hirose (Clarinet) 
Mikiko Ise (Violin) 
Misa Chūjō 
Naoko Ishibashi (Violin) 
Sachie Ōnuma (Viola) 
Takahiro Enokido (Viola) 
Takahiro Yūki (Cello) 
Takayuki Oshikane (Violin) 
Tomomi Tokunaga (Violin) 
Yūko Kajitani (Viola) 
Setting Assistance:
Hironori Yamamoto 
Tatsuki Takemoto 
Sound Producer: Misa Chūjō 
Theme Song Arrangement:
Masatomo Ota (ED) 
Shun Suyama (OP) 
Theme Song Composition:
Eriko Yoshiki (OP) 
Masatomo Ota (ED) 
Theme Song Lyrics:
Karen Shiina (ED) 
Nana Mizuki (OP) 
Theme Song Performance:
Nana Mizuki (OP) 
Yukari Tamura (ED) 
Nana Mizuki as Fate Testarossa 
Yukari Tamura as Nanoha Takamachi 

Aya Hisakawa as Lindy Harlaown 
Donna Burke as Raising Heart 
Kaori Mizuhashi as Yuuno Scrya 
Kevin J England as Bardiche 
Masumi Asano as Linice 
Mikako Takahashi as Chrono Harlaown 
Natsuko Kuwatani as Alph 
Rei Igarashi as Precia Testarossa 
Yuki Matsuoka as Amy Limiette 

Ai Shimizu as Suzuka Tsukimura 
Kazuyuki Okitsu as Armed bureau staff A 
Keiji Hirai as Alex 
Kimberly Forsythe as Alert voice 
Nana Mizuki as Alicia Testarossa 
Rie Kugimiya as Alisa Bannings 
Sayaka Kinoshita as Makihara clinic director 
Takashi Oohara as Armed bureau staff B 
Tetsuya Kakihara as Randy 
Tsutomu Densaka as Park manager 
Tsuyoshi Aoki as Black shadow 
Yukie Maeda as Teacher 
Japanese companies
Animation Production: Seven Arcs 
Film & Digital Lab: Imagica 
Chinese (Taiwan) staff
Chinese (Taiwan) companies
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Chinese (Taiwan) cast
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