Doki Doki Densetsu Mahoujin Guru Guru (TV)

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[ sequel of Mahoujin Guru Guru (TV) ]

Alternative title:
Guru Guru, Batticuore della Magia (Italian)
Mahoujin Guru guru Doki Doki Legend
Mahoujin Guru Guru II
ドキドキ伝説 魔法陣グルグル (Japanese)
Objectionable content: Mild
Plot Summary: Join the new legend of Guru Guru, where Nike, the reluctant hero, and Kukuri, the innocent heroine, return to save the world. The magical adventure that unfolds, with its unique monsters and eccentric characters, is sure to draw you into this curious and exciting realm. To save the world from evil King Giri, Kukuri must locate the monsters in each territory and win them, one by one, over to her side. Meanwhile Nike's task is to be recognized by the Four Kings of Nature and collect their swords. These swords are known as the "Sword of Wind", the "Sword of Water", the "Sword of Earth" and the "Sword of Fire".
User Ratings: 29 ratings have been given [details]
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 Excellent: 6 votes (sub:3, others:3
1 Spanish subtitled
1 Italian dubbed
1 Spanish dubbed
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2 Italian dubbed
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1 Italian dubbed
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Seen in part or in whole by 96 users, rank: #3517 (of 6009)
Median rating: Good
Arithmetic mean: 7.069 (Good), std. dev.: 1.8925, rank: #2122 (of 6002)
Weighted mean: 7.195 (Good+), rank: #1688 (of 6002) (seen all: 7.45 / seen some: 7.28 / won't finish: 5.39)
Bayesian estimate: 7.295 (Good+), rank: #1303 (of 4564)
Number of episodes: 38
Episode titles: We have 38
Vintage:
2000-04-04 to 2000-12-26
2004-06-14 (Italy)
Opening Theme:
"Dynamite Heaven" by 2Shy4U
#1: "Magic of love" by TOo'S (Eps 1-31)
#2: "Harete Hallelujah" by Okui Aki (eps 31-45)
Ending Theme:
"Nishi no Sora e" by Spoon
#1: "Wind Climbing - Kaze ni Asobarete" by Okui Aki
#2: "Mou Tomaranai" by Slap Sticks
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Jun Takagi
Original creator: Hiroyuki Eto
Character Design: Masahiro Kase
Konami Yoshida as Kukuri
Omi Minami as Nike

Chie Koujiro as Toma Parrot
Kenichi Ogata as Kita Kita Oyaji
Urara Takano as Gipple
Japanese companies
Animation: Nippon Animation
Broadcaster: TV Tokyo
English staff
English companies
(none)
ADR Production: Omni Productions
Broadcaster: Cartoon Network India
English cast
Michael Pizzuto as Lord Giri
Italian cast
Italian staff
Executive producer: Francesco Di Sanzo

Dubbing Assistant: Riccardo Rinaldi
Dubbing Sound: Gioia Masi
Editorial Coordination: Sandro Cosenza
Theme Song Performance: Raggi Fotonici

Alida Milana as Gippal(Gipple)
Ambrogio Colombo as Badjani
Antonella Rendina as narrator
Cinzia De Carolis as Sig.na Metal
Cristina Noci as Obaba
Dante Biagioni as
Dokido
Monk
Emanuela D'Amico as Spiffero
Ettore Conti as Kaya
Federica De Bortoli as
Princess Casseruola
Principessa Milka/Casseruola
Graziella Polesinanti as Locandiera di Yeta
Ilaria Latini as Juju
Laura Lenghi as Nanako-Ona
Maura Cenciarelli as Kebesbes
Michele Kalamera as Re Urga XIII
Niseem Onorato as Prince Reid
Paolo Buglioni as Re di Kopal
Roberto Stocchi as Ladro antipatico
Valeria Vidali as Runrun
Valerio Ruggeri as Edvarg
Vittorio Stagni as Gran Maestro della Luce
Italian companies
Broadcaster:
RAI Due
RaiDue (from 14 June 2004)
Distributor: Dynamic Italia
Dubbing: CAST Doppiaggio
Postproduction: Studio P.V. Milano
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