Giovanni's Island is as powerful as it is predictable. It may be one of the few films to focus on the Kuril Islands, but its tale will prove immediately familiar to anyone acquainted with cinema's typical treatments of war-torn children.
Onegai! Samia Don (TV)
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El duende magico (Spanish)
Psammed, il folletto della sabbia (Italian)
Samed, El Duende Magico (Spanish)
Пожалуйста! Самия-дон (Russian)
مغامرات سميد (Arabic)
모래요정 바람돌이 (Korean)
Plot Summary: In england, in the mid-80s, three kids encouter the last genie of the sands, who can grant one, and only one wish per day. But the magic does not last, at the sunset, everything disappears. Each episode follows a typical day where the three kids are wishing for every kind of wacky stuff that usually ends in a mess at the end.
Number of episodes: 78
Episode titles: We have 41
1985-04-02 to 1986-02-04
1988-07-04 (France Air Date)
"瞬間はファンタジー (Toki wa Fantasy)" by Yoko Nagayama
"ハーフムーンの気持ち (Halfmoon no kimochi)" by Yoko Nagayama
Onegai! Samia Don @ TMS Entertainment (Japanese)
おねがい！サミアどん | 東京ムービーONLINE (Japanese)
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Chief Director: Osamu Kobayashi
Music: Kentaroh Haneda
Character Design: Tsutomo Shibayama
Animation Director: Hideo Kawauchi
Producer: Toshimi Kato
Recording Director: Masanobu Kasuga
Theme Song Lyrics: Arisu Satô (OP,ED)
Theme Song Performance: Yoko Nagayama (OP,ED)
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