My Dear Marie (OAV)

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Alternative title:
Boku no Marie (Japanese) 
Metal Angel Marie 
ぼくのマリー (Japanese) 
Genres: comedy , romance , science fiction 
Themes: fanservice , robot girl 
Plot Summary: Hiroshi Karigari is a college student who has secretly built an android modeled after a tennis club member he is in love with named Marie. Introduced as Hiroshi's sister, Marie Karigari is a sentient robot who feels a deep affection for her creator. Both have a hard time trying to conceal her true identity in order to keep their current peaceful lifestyle. 
User Ratings: 186 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 1 vote (sub:1)
 Excellent: 14 votes (dub:9, sub:5)
 Very good: 51 votes (dub:26, sub:24, others:1
1 Spanish subtitled
 Good: 48 votes (sub:31, dub:17)
 Decent: 35 votes (sub:23, dub:12)
 So-so: 13 votes (dub:7, sub:6)
 Not really good: 12 votes (dub:7, sub:5)
 Weak: 7 votes (sub:5, dub:2)
 Bad: 3 votes (dub:2, sub:1)
 Awful: 1 vote (sub:1)
 Worst ever: 1 vote (?:1)
Seen in part or in whole by 330 users, rank: #2245 (of 6326)
Median rating: Good
Arithmetic mean: 6.618 (Good−), std. dev.: 1.7288, rank: #3388 (of 6331)
Weighted mean: 6.587 (Good−), rank: #3406 (of 6331) (seen all: 6.66 / seen some: 5.55 / won't finish: 3.05)
Bayesian estimate: 6.644 (Good−), rank: #3057 (of 4833)
Running time: 30 minutes per episode 
Number of episodes: 3 
Episode titles: We have 3
Vintage: 1996-03-06
Release dates: We have 3
Opening Theme:
"Endless Party" by Yuko Miyamura with Mitsuo Iwata 
Ending Theme:
"Hello, Strange Days" by Yuko Miyamura 
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DVD (Region 1)
    Cosplay Complex & My Dear Marie DVD Double-Pack (DVD) 2008-07-01 (from $14.99)
    My Dear Marie (DVD) 2004-09-28

Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Tomomi Mochizuki 
Script: Go Sakamoto 
Storyboard: Tomomi Mochizuki 
Music: Hisaaki Hogari 
Original creator: Sakura Takeuchi 
Character Design: Hiroto Tanaka 
Animation Director: Hiroto Tanaka 

Key Animation:
Nobutake Ito (eps 2-3) 
Tokuyuki Matsutake (ep 1) 
Theme Song Performance: Yuko Miyamura (ED) 
Mitsuo Iwata as Hiroshi Karigari 
Yuko Miyamura as Marie Karigari 

Nobutoshi Hayashi as Tanaka 
Rica Matsumoto as Hibiki 
Yoko Asada as Mari 

Chinami Nishimura as Yuri 
Japanese companies
Animation: Pierrot 
English staff
English cast
Director: Gary Dehan 
Art Director: Laura Attwell 
Executive producer: John Ledford 

International Coordination: Toru Iwakami 
Logo Design: Hiroko Fukumori 
Production Coordination: Janice Williams 
Production manager: Lisa J. Miller 
Project Translator:
Chris Hutts 
Masako Arakawa 
Recording engineer: Charles Campbell 
Sound Design: Paul Killam 
Joseph Anthony as Hiroshi 
Lauren Worsham as Robot Marie 

Dara Aylor as Hibiki Kennou 
Greg Dorchak as Tanaka 
Shawn Sides as Human Marie 

Charles Campbell as Giant Rabbit 
Ellie McBride as
TV Voice 
Gary Dehan as John 
Harry Soapman as Teddy Bear 
Kathryn Feller as
Tennis Ball Marie 
Lowell B. Bartholomee as
Big Bad Wolf 
TV Voice 

English companies
Broadcaster: The Anime Network 
Distributor: Madman Entertainment (Australia & New Zealand) 
DVD Authoring & Encoding: M.O.F.C. 
Internet Streaming: The Anime Network 
Licensed by: ADV Films 
Recording Studio: Monster Island 
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