Thumbelina: A Magical Story (TV)

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Alternative title:
Almendrita (Spanish) 
Calineczka (Polish) 
Nowe przygody Calineczki (Polish) 
O Livro de Thumbelina (Portuguese) 
Oyayubi Hime Monogatari (Japanese) 
Pollicina (Italian) 
Thumb Princess Story 
Thumbelina 
Дюймовочка (Russian) 
مايا (Arabic) 
おやゆび姫物語 (Japanese) 
Genres: adventure , fantasy 
Plot Summary: A bratty girl named Mia is given a book, Thumbelina, which upon reading she is shrunk and transported into the world of the book. She embarks on a journey to return home, and to normal size making friends and learning lessons on the way, but that's only the beginning of her adventures. 
Number of episodes: 26 
Episode titles: We have 26
Vintage: 1992-09-30 to 1993-03-31 
Release dates: We have 2
Opening Theme:
"Welcome to the Planetarium (プラネタリウムにようこそ)" by Yuki Matsuura 
Ending Theme:
"Whistling of the Hills (口笛の丘)" by Yuki Matsuura 
Comment:
The US edition was heavily edited, shortening a TV series into an 80-minutes "feature film." 
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DVD (Region 1)
    Thumbelina: A Magical Story (Dub.DVD) 2006-05-09
VHS
    Thumbelina (Dub.VHS) 1994-01-18 (from $4.23)

Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Chief Director: Hiromitsu Morita 
Series Composition: Akiyoshi Sakai 
Storyboard: Toshio Hirata 
Music: Shunsuke Kikuchi 
Original story: Hans Christian Andersen 
Character Design: Usagi Morino 
Art Director: Takeshi Waki 
Animation Director:
Junko Abe 
Toshiharu Okada 
Usagi Morino 
Director of Photography: Takeshi Fukuda 
Executive producer: Yoshi Enoki 

Theme Song Arrangement:
Tohru Okada (ED) 
Yasutaka Mizushima (OP) 
Theme Song Composition: Yuki Matsuura 
Theme Song Lyrics:
Seira Asakura 
Yuki Matsuura (OP) 
Theme Song Performance: Yuki Matsuura 
Akira Ishida as Prince 
Fushigi Yamada as Noble 
Mami Matsui as Kerota 
Mari Yokoo as Zobiru 
Mika Kanai as Maya 
Noriko Uemura as Gama-ko 
Tomoko Munakata as Enzerā 
Youko Asagami as
Herūra 
Mama 
Japanese companies
Backgrounds: Green 
Broadcaster: TV Tokyo 
Development: Imagica 
Distributor: Victor Entertainment 
Photography:
Easy Film (eps 16, 19) 
Sanko Production 
Production:
Enoki Films 
Meruhen-Sha 
Production Cooperation: SHAFT 
Recording Studio: Tavac Studio 
English cast
English staff
Director: Jim Terry 
Script: Collins Walker 
Music: Bullets 
Producer:
Jim Terry 
Ricki Ames 

Song: Bullets 
English companies
Spanish staff
Spanish cast
Theme Song Performance: Carmen Olarte (OP&ED) 
Carmen Olarte as Meloso 

Alfredo Sandoval as Genaro's father(ep 3) 
Josefina Nuñez as Zubelin(ep 3) 
Orlando Noguera as Mr. Berry(ep 18) 
Salomón Adames as
Mr. Berry(ep 18) 
Narration 
Spanish companies
Broadcaster:
Cable Kin (Mexico) 
ETC...TV (Chile) 
Nubeluz (Peru) 
TV Azteca (Mexico) 
Italian staff
Italian companies
Theme Song Performance: Cristina D'Avena 
Broadcaster: Italia 1 (from 1996) 
Dubbing: DENEB FILM - Milano 
Italian cast
Lara Parmiani as Maya 
Portuguese staff
Portuguese cast
Dubbing Director: Carlos Freixo (Portugal) 
Isabel Ribas as Maia(Portugal) 
Margarida Rosa Rodrigues as Nobre(Portugal) 
Paula Fonseca as Angélica(Portugal) 

Carlos Freixo as Cambalhota(Portugal) 
Portuguese companies
Broadcaster: RTP (Portugal) 
Dubbing: Matinha (Portugal) 
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