Soreike! Anpanman: Yūreisen o Yattsukero!! (movie)

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Alternative title:
それいけ!アンパンマン ゆうれい船をやっつけろ!! (Japanese) 
Copyright notice: ©Anpanman feature film project 
Plot Summary: The separated sisters Melonpanna and Rollpanna both befriend a mysterious horse Marin. She shows Rollpanna her treasure, a sunken ship she raises from the depths. Baikinman sees this and is inspired to build a ghost ship of his own with help from Dr. Hiyari. He also plots to turn Rollpanna fully evil in order to use her to defeat Anpanman. 
Vintage: 1995-07-29
Premiere date:
1995-07-29 (Japan) 
Opening Theme:
"Anpanman no March" by Dreaming 
Ending Theme:
"Yuukirinrin" by Dreaming 
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Hiroyuki Yano 
Screenplay: Taeko Okina 
Music: Taku Izumi 
Original creator: Takashi Yanase 
Character Design: Minoru Maeda 
Art Director: Yukihiro Yokoyama 
Animation Director: Minoru Maeda 
Sound Director: Etsuji Yamada 
Director of Photography: Hajime Hasegawa 
Producer:
Kazuhiko Yanauchi (Tokyo Movie Shinsha) 
Shin'ichiro Maeda (NTV) 

Assistant Director: Yuji Himaki 
Assistant producer: Kazumitsu Ozawa 
Background Art:
Azuma Nagachika (Studio Soryugai) 
Gen Soga (Animaruya) 
Hiroshi Washizaki (Studio Y.H.M.) 
Hiroyuki Tsubaki (Animaruya) 
Katsuhisa Kobayashi (Studio Y.H.M.) 
Kazutoshi Shimizu (Studio Soryugai) 
Makiko Yokoyama (Atelier Lascaux) 
Midori Ikegami (Atelier Lascaux) 
Muko Nagamori (Studio Y.H.M.) 
Naoko Higuchi (Atelier Lascaux) 
Sagako Itakura (Animaruya) 
Satoshi Matsudaira (Studio Junio) 
Seiji Sugawara (Studio Soryugai) 
Shirō Akiyama (Atelier Lascaux) 
Tsukiko Kawame (Animaruya) 
Yoko Ito (Atelier Lascaux) 
Yoshihiro Kamikubo (Atelier Lascaux) 
Yuji Nabetani (Animaruya) 
Yuki Onozuka (Animaruya) 
Yukiko Iijima (Studio Y.H.M.) 
Yukiko Shirakaba (Studio Junio) 
Chief Production Supervisor: Shunzo Kato (Tokyo Movie Shinsha) 
Color setting: Ryōko Tago 
Finish Animation:
Akemi Kubota (Studio Bogey) 
Chizuru Hashimoto (Light Foot) 
Hiroshi Hanasawa (Studio Bogey) 
Hitomi Imaizumi (Kyoto Animation) 
Jun Sano (Light Foot) 
Kazuka Watanabe (Light Foot) 
Kazumi Yamamoto (Kyoto Animation) 
Keiichi Funada (Studio Bogey) 
Kiyomi Inoue (Light Foot) 
Kumiko Ōe (Light Foot) 
Kyoko Tomita 
Mitsuhiro Hattori (Light Foot) 
Naomi Ishida (Kyoto Animation) 
Naomi Nishihara (Kyoto Animation) 
Naoto Tanaka (Studio Bogey) 
Noriko Oikawa (Light Foot) 
Rie Takagi (Kyoto Animation) 
Saori Fujimoto (Kyoto Animation) 
Setsuko Tanaka 
Takashi Hasegawa (Studio Bogey) 
Tomoka Mitsui (Light Foot) 
Tomoko Imase (Light Foot) 
Tomoko Ishida (Kyoto Animation) 
Yōko Hishinuma (Light Foot) 
Youko Hamasaki (Studio Bogey) 
Yukiko Harada (Light Foot) 
Yukiko Itou (Kyoto Animation) 
Yuko Kobari 
Yumi Sato (Light Foot) 
In-Between Animation:
Akio Katagiri (Studio Musashi) 
Chikako Oka (IMAGIN) 
Chitose Nakamine (Kyoto Animation) 
Eiro Kawabata (IMAGIN) 
Emi Nakano (Kyoto Animation) 
Hiroko Nakagawa (Kyoto Animation) 
Hisako Takaoku 
Kan Ogawa (IMAGIN) 
Kaori Furukawa (Kyoto Animation) 
Kazuo Harada (Studio Musashi) 
Kazuo Tsukamoto (Studio Musashi) 
Kenji Murakawa (Kyoto Animation) 
Kenji Saito (IMAGIN) 
Maki Moriguchi (Studio Musashi) 
Masaharu Sasai (Kyoto Animation) 
Masaya Kobayashi (IMAGIN) 
Miharu Ito (Kyoto Animation) 
Motohiro Takatsu (Studio Musashi) 
Motoi Sakai (Studio Musashi) 
Naomi Hasegawa (Studio Musashi) 
Naoyo Ieno 
Nobuo Kamaki 
Noriaki Saito (Studio Musashi) 
Sanae Nakajima (IMAGIN) 
Seiji Tomita (Studio Musashi) 
Shoichi Kurokawa (Studio Musashi) 
Tetsuya Hasegawa (Studio Musashi) 
Tsutomu Yanagida 
Yumiko Hashi (Kyoto Animation) 
Key Animation:
Ako Kagiyama (Animaruya) 
Eiyoh Kurakawa (Animaruya) 
Emi Hoshino 
Etsuro Tokuda (Animaruya) 
Haruhito Takada (Studio Junio) 
Hiromasa Ōmichi 
Jun Kawagoe 
Katsuya Yamamoto (Animaruya) 
Kazuo Ito (Animaruya) 
Kenji Kajiwara (Studio Junio) 
Kiyomi Masuda (Studio Junio) 
Mikihiko Ando (Animaruya) 
Takahiko Shobu 
Takahiro Umehara (Studio Junio) 
Takashi Yamamoto 
Wataru Abe (Studio Junio) 
Yoshiharu Wakayama (Animaruya) 
Literature Manager: Hiroyuki Onoda 
Music producer: Yoshizō Shimada 
Negative Editing: Kazuko Tsurubuchi 
Photography:
Akemi Sasaki (TMS Photo) 
Akinori Nakakohara (TMS Photo) 
Atsuko Ito (TMS Photo) 
Chikayo Hayase (TMS Photo) 
Chô Nemoto (TMS Photo) 
Hiroshi Kanai (TMS Photo) 
Hitomi Ohashi (TMS Photo) 
Hitoshi Shirao (TMS Photo) 
Jin Nishiyama (TMS Photo) 
Kenichi Kobayashi (TMS Photo) 
Kiyoe Miyakawa (TMS Photo) 
Kyoko Osaki (TMS Photo) 
Manabu Kobayashi (TMS Photo) 
Masae Nakamura (TMS Photo) 
Takahisa Ogawa (TMS Photo) 
Takashi Nomura (TMS Photo) 
Yūko Yoda (TMS Photo) 
Planning: Hidehiko Takei (NTV) 
Production Advancement: Ken'ichi Sakurai 
Production Desk: Yuki Sato 
Production manager: Takashi Ito 
Publicity Manager:
Kiyotsugu Kikuchibara 
Takako Inoue 
Recording Adjustment: Nobuhiro Shibata 
Sound Effects: Yukiyoshi Itokawa 
Sound Production Desk: Yoshika Iigusa 
Special Effects: Yoshimi Hayashi 
Theme Song Performance: Dreaming (OP) 
Titles: Toshiko Tagami 
Keiko Toda as Anpanman 
Miina Tominaga as Rollpanna 
Mika Kanai as Melonpanna 

Hiromi Tsuru as Dokin-chan 
Kaneta Kimotsuki as Horrorman 
Kouichi Yamadera as Cheese 
Michiyo Yanagisawa as Kareepanman 
Ryusei Nakao as Baikinman 
Shigeru Chiba as Dr. Hiyari 
Sumi Shimamoto as Shokupanman 

Hiroshi Masuoka as Jam Ojisan 
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