The Dragon Dentist (specials)

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© Otaro Maijo, nihon animator mihonichi LLP. / NHK, NEP, Dwango, khara


Alternative title:
Ryū no Haisha (Japanese)
龍の歯医者 (Japanese)
Genres: fantasy
Objectionable content: Significant
Plot Summary: Dragons are strong enough to turn the tide in wars among nations, but they have a single weakness: their teeth. If a dragon's tooth is plagued by strong enough cavities, the dragon cannot fight, hence why there are dragon dentists that are in charge of keeping dragon's teeth healthy and free of any additional debris (usually random objects both big and small found between teeth). One day, a fallen soldier is found among the debris by a dentist, Nonoko, and his very existence is a foretelling of disastrous events. So of course the now-revived soldier becomes a dentist-in-training as well, with the help of Nonoko and the other dentists, amidst a war at its climax, and hidden agendas that they are not even aware of it.
Running time: 45 minutes
Episode titles: We have 2
Vintage: 2017-02-18
Opening Theme:
"Bokura ga Tabi ni Deru Riyū" (ぼくらが旅に出る理由) by RINKU
Insert song:
"Kakurenbo" (かくれんぼ) by Daoko
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Kazuya Tsurumaki
Music:
Hiroshi Nakamura (i-dep)
TOMISIRO
Original Work: Otaro Maijo
Character Design: Syūichi Iseki
Art Director: Ayaka Fujii
Animation Director: Syūichi Iseki
Sound Director: Hideaki Anno
Director of Photography: Toyonori Yamada
Executive producer:
Hideaki Anno
Nobuo Kawakami
Animation producer: Takatoshi Okajima
Color design: Akemi Nagao
Editing: Emi Tsujita
Effects: Toru Noguchi
In-Between Check: Yasuhito Murata
Insert Song Composition: Hiroshi Nakamura ("Kakurenbo"; i-dep)
Insert Song Lyrics: Daoko ("Kakurenbo")
Insert Song Performance: Daoko ("Kakurenbo")
Music Director: Rie Torii
Theme Song Arrangement: Hiroshi Nakamura (i-dep)
Theme Song Composition: Kenji Ozawa
Theme Song Lyrics: Kenji Ozawa
Theme Song Performance:
Masumi (chorus; Mistera Feo)
Rinku (Mistera Feo)
Title Design: Yūki Oka
Fumika Shimizu as Nonoko Kishii
Nobuhiko Okamoto as Bernard "Bell" Octavius

Kaori Nazuka as Kanne Arisugawa
Kenjiro Tsuda as Gireli
Kouichi Yamadera as Godo 
Megumi Hayashibara as Shibana Natsume
Suzuki Matsuo as Salvatore Bianco
Takahiro Sakurai as Ozawa
Wataru Takagi as Sōtatsu Uchimura
Yukitoshi Tokumoto as Shūzō Satō
Japanese companies
Animation Production: Khara
Broadcaster: BS Premium
Photography: T2 Studio
English staff
English cast
Xander Mobus as Bell
Xanthe Huynh as Nonoko

Celeste Henderson as Arisugawa
Kirk Thornton as Blanco
Laura Post as Shibana
Taylor Henry as Godo

Barbara Goodson as Narrator
English companies
Broadcaster: NHK World (worldwide)
Internet Streaming: Crunchyroll (UK, Ireland, Iceland, Finland, Denmark, Sweden, Norway)
Licensed by:
Anime Limited (UK & Ireland)
Sentai Filmworks
Recording Studio: Salami Studios

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