Nadia - The Secret of Blue Water: The Motion Picture

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[ sequel of Nadia - The Secret of Blue Water (TV) ]

Alternative title:
Fushigi no Umi no Nadia: Gekijōyō Original-ban (Japanese) 
Il mistero della pietra azzurra (Italian) 
Nadia e il Mistero di Fuzzy (Italian) 
Nadia et le mystère de Fuzzy (French) 
Nadia från de mystiska haven (Swedish) 
Nadia of the Mysterious Seas 
ふしぎの海のナディア 劇場用オリジナル版 (Japanese) 
Genres: adventure , science fiction 
Themes: historical 
Objectionable content: Significant 
Plot Summary: Three years after the defeat of Gargoyle and Neo-Atlantis, a new threat has surfaced bent on bringing the world under his control. Geiger, using advanced robot technology, is attempting to begin a world war, and take control of the devistated world after the destruction has stopped. Once again, Nadia and Jean must fight to save the world, only this time from itself. 
User Ratings: 152 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 5 votes (dub:4, raw:1)
 Excellent: 2 votes (dub:1, sub:1)
 Very good: 13 votes (sub:8, dub:3, raw:1, others:1
1 Spanish dubbed
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 Good: 18 votes (sub:12, dub:5, others:1
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 Decent: 23 votes (sub:12, dub:8, ?:1, others:2
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1 Russian subtitled
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 So-so: 24 votes (sub:12, dub:11, others:1
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 Not really good: 16 votes (sub:11, dub:3, others:2
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1 Italian dubbed
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 Weak: 22 votes (sub:20, dub:1, others:1
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 Bad: 18 votes (sub:12, dub:2, raw:1, others:3
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1 French dubbed
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 Awful: 9 votes (sub:6, dub:3)
 Worst ever: 2 votes (sub:2)
Seen in part or in whole by 293 users, rank: #2227 (of 5996)
Median rating: So-so
Arithmetic mean: 4.809 (So-so−), std. dev.: 2.3276, rank: #5575 (of 5991)
Weighted mean: 4.610 (So-so−), rank: #5673 (of 5991) (seen all: 4.61 / seen some: 8.23 / won't finish: 2.22)
Bayesian estimate: 4.824 (So-so−), rank: #4474 (of 4540)
Running time: 90 minutes 
Vintage: 1991-06-29
Premiere date:
1991-06-29 (Japan) 
Release dates: We have 1
Opening Theme:
"A Smile Will Someday..." by Satomi Matsushita 
Ending Theme:
"My Precious Trick Star" by Silk 
Trivia: We have 1
News: Show:
AX 2002: ADV Panel (Jul 10, 2002)
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DVD (Region 1)
    Nadia - The Secret of Blue Water: The Motion Picture (DVD) 2002-08-27 (from $23.98)
Soundtrack
    Nadia: The Secret of Blue Water Motion Picture Soundtrack (OST) 2003-11-25 (from $11.98)

Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director:
Masa Aono 
Sho Aono 
Screenplay: Kaoru Umeno 
Storyboard: Yuji Kawahara 
Music: Shiro Sagisu 
Original Work: Jules Verne (20,​000 Leagues Under the Sea) 
Character Design:
Kouichi Takada 
Yoshiyuki Sadamoto 
Art Director: Masanori Kikuchi 
Animation Director: Kouichi Takada 
Sound Director: Katsunori Shimizu 
Animation producer: Atsumi Tashiro 
Assistant Animation Director:
Masahiko Ohta 
Nobuaki Nagano 
Assistant Production Manager: Neburi Kanesaka 
Color Coordination: Otome Shichisei 
Concept: Shigeru Morikawa 
Editing: Masashi Furukawa 
Music producer:
Junji Fujita 
Mareya Oishi 
Planning: Hiroshi Kubota 
Production manager: Ken Tsuchiya 
Theme Song Performance: Kinuko Oomori (ED) 
Noriko Hidaka as Jean 
Yoshino Takamori as Nadia 

Chikao Ohtsuka as Geiger 
Kenyuu Horiuchi as Sanson 
Kumiko Takizawa as Grandis 
Toshiharu Sakurai as Hanson 
Tsukasa Itou as Fuzzy 

Akio Ohtsuka as Captain Nemo(Flashback Scenes) 
Chafurin as Geiger's Underling 
Kenichi Ogata as Newspaper President 
Kikuko Inoue as Electra(Flashback Scenes) 
Kouji Tsujitani as Ayerton(Flashback Scenes) 
Masashi Ebara as Science Reporter 
Masayuki Kato as German Admiral 
Motomu Kiyokawa as Gargoyle(Flashback Scenes) 
Nobuyuki Furuta as Reporter 
Ryuji Nakagi as Geiger's Underling 
Shinya Ohtaki as Geiger's Underling 
Shuuichi Ikeda as Frel 
Tamio Ohki as Dr. Whola 
Teiji Oomiya as Captain Mevil(Flashback Scenes) 
Tesshô Genda as Newspaper Editor 
Toshihiko Seki as Falt(Flashback Scenes) 
Yasunori Matsumoto as Nautilus Crew(Flashback Scenes) 
Yu Shimaka as Nautilus Crew(Flashback Scenes) 
Yukari Hishizu as Geiger's Henchman 
Yukari Takayama as Geiger's Underling 
Yuko Mizutani as Marie(Flashback Scenes) 
Yutaka Shimaka as Nautilus Crew(Flashback Scenes) 
Japanese companies
Animation: Seiei Animation 
Backgrounds: Seiei Animation 
Film Processing: Imagica 
Music Production:
Sogo Vision 
TOHO 
Toshiba EMI 
Youmex 
Photography: Seiei Animation 
Production:
GAINAX (TV Series Footage) 
Group TAC 
Ichimura Collection 
NHK 
Sogo Vision 
TOHO 
Sound Production: Zack Promotion 
English staff
English cast
ADR Director: Charles Campbell 
Art Director: Ruby Halipoto 
ADR Script: Don Foreman 
Executive producer:
John Ledford 
Sharon Papa 
DVD Coordination: Janice Williams 
DVD Graphics: Hiroko Fukumori 
DVD Producer: David Williams 
International Coordination: Toru Iwakami 
Post-Production Manager: Shelly Thomas 
Recording engineer:
Charles Campbell 
Robert S. Fisher 
Sound Design: Paul Killam 
Subtitle Script & Timing: William McBee 
Meg Bauman as Nadia 
Nathan Parsons as Jean 

Corey M. Gagne as Hanson 
Grant James as Dr. Geiger 
Martin Blacker as Sanson 
Sarah Richardson as Grandis 

Bill Jeffrey as Newspaper Publisher 
Billy Hardin as Nautilus Chief Engineer(Flashback Scenes) 
Brandon Crow as Geiger's Minion 
Charles Campbell as Parrot 
Chris Hertzberg as Geiger's Minion 
Dan Bisbee as Nautilus Pilot(Flashback Scenes) 
David Jones as Gargoyle(Flashback Scenes) 
David Stokey as Frel 
Don Toner as Tower of Babel Voice(Flashback Scenes) 
Edwin Neal as
Jean's Uncle(Flashback Scenes) 
Newspaper Editor 
Eric Henshaw as
Battleship Captain(Flashback Scenes) 
Dr. Whola 
Ev Lunning Jr. as Captain Nemo(Flashback Scenes) 
Greg Gondek as Nautilus Sonar Officer(Flashback Scenes) 
Huck Huckaby as Battleship Second Mate(Flashback Scenes) 
J. Richard Smith as Nautilus Co-Pilot(Flashback Scenes) 
Jason Phelps as Ayerton(Flashback Scenes) 
Jennifer Stuart as Electra(Flashback Scenes) 
Jim Arnold as Science Editor 
Karen Kuykendall as Narrator 
Kelly McDaniel as Tower of Babel Voice(Flashback Scenes) 
Ken Webster as Gargoyle's Commander(Flashback Scenes) 
Korey Simone as Geiger's Minion 
Lana Lesley as Tower of Babel Voice(Flashback Scenes) 
Lowell Bartholomee as Geiger's Chief Henchman 
Luke Sheridan as Geiger's Minion 
Margaret Cassidy as Marie(Flashback Scenes) 
Maurice Moore as Ensign Falt(Flashback Scenes) 
Meredith McCall as Geiger's Henchwoman 
Russell Guy Roten as Red Noah(Flashback Scenes) 
Shawn Sides as King(Flashback Scenes) 
Travis Dean as Doomed Admiral 
English companies
Broadcaster: The Anime Network 
DVD Authoring & Encoding: M.O.F.C. 
Internet Streaming: The Anime Network 
Licensed by: ADV Films 
Post Production: Monkey Boy Productions 
Recording Facility: Monster Island 
French staff
French cast
(none)
Herve Rey as Jean 
Valérie Siclay as Nadia 

Cyrille Artaux as Caïus 
Jacques Albaret as Gigar 
Laurence Bréheret as Suzy(Fuzzy) 
Philippe Roullier as Frel 

Laurence Bréheret as
Gladys 
Marie 
Olivier Korol as
Ayrton 
Echo 
Philippe Roullier as Capitaine Mevil 
French companies
Distributor: Kaze 
Spanish staff
Spanish companies
Packaging Design: Iván Iserte (Jonu Media) 
Distributor:
Jonu Media (Spain; DVD) 
Manga Films (Spain; VHS) 
Translation: TRADUCCIONES IMPOSIBLES (Spain dub; Jonu Media) 
Spanish cast
(none)
Italian staff
Italian cast
Dubbing Director:
Dania Cericola (new dubbing) 
Lidia Costanzo 
Davide Garbolino as Jean 
Debora Magnaghi as Nadia(new dubbing) 
Nadia Biondini as Nadia 

Daniela Fava as Marie Lowenbrau(new dubbing) 
Maddalena Vadacca as Fuzzy 
Massimiliano Lotti as Capitano Nemo(new dubbing) 
Sergio Romanò as Hanson 

Adolfo Fenoglio as Professor Houla 
Antonio Paiola as Jegal 
Claudio Moneta as Gargoyle(new dubbing) 
Claudio Ridolfo as Fly(new dubbing) 
Dania Cericola as Grandis(new dubbing) 
Diego Sabre as Sansone 
Enrico Bertorelli as Capitano(new dubbing) 
Giorgio Bonino as Echo'(new dubbing) 
Giovanni Battezzato as Capitano Nemo 
Lorella De Luca as Fuzzy(new dubbing) 
Luca Bottale as Fait(new dubbing) 
Marco Balzarotti as Ayerton(new dubbing) 
Marco Pagani as Redatore(new dubbing) 
Marina Massironi as Marie Lowenbrau 
Mario Scarabelli as Gigar(new dubbing) 
Massimo Di Benedetto as King(new dubbing) 
Monica Parlante as Rebecca 
Natale Ciravolo as Narrator(new dubbing) 
Paola Della Pasqua as Electra(new dubbing) 
Paola Messina as Electra 
Riccardo Rovatti as Prof. Whola(new dubbing) 
Stefano Albertini as
Frey 
Hanson(new dubbing) 
Italian companies
Broadcaster: Italia 1 
Distributor:
DENEB Film 
Yamato Video (Italy) 
Dubbing:
DENEB Film 
Raflesia srl (new dubbing) 
German staff
German cast
(none)
Beate Pfeiffer as Nadia 

Gabriele Pietermann as Fuzzy 
Jan Koester as Hanson 
Marina Duncker as Grandis Granva 
Michael Schwarzmaier as Dr. Geiger 
Oliver Mink as Sanson 

Alexandra Mink as Electra 
Nicola Grupe as Marie 
Peter Musäus as Gargoyle 
Reinhard Brock as Kaptain Nemo 
Walter von Hauff as Jeans Onkel 
German companies
Distributor: OVA Films 
Dubbing: Circle of Arts 
Swedish staff
Swedish companies
(none)
Distributor: Sandrew Metronome 
Swedish cast
(none)
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