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Thumbelina: A Magical Story (TV)
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Nowe przygody Calineczki (Polish)
O Livro de Thumbelina (Portuguese)
Oyayubi Hime Monogatari (Japanese)
Thumb Princess Story
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
"Welcome to the Planetarium (プラネタリウムにようこそ)" by Yuki Matsuura
"Whistling of the Hills (口笛の丘)" by Yuki Matsuura
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|
|Thumbelina (Dub.VHS) 1994-01-18 (from $4.43)|
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
Director of Photography: Takeshi Fukuda
Executive producer: Yoshi Enoki
Theme Song Composition: Yuki Matsuura
Theme Song Performance: Yuki Matsuura
Theme Song Performance: Carmen Olarte (OP&ED)
Theme Song Performance: Cristina D'Avena
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