Soreike! Anpanman: Inochi no Hoshi no Dolly (movie)

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©Anpanman feature film project 

[ part of [Soreike! Anpanman] ]

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Alternative title:
それいけ!アンパンマン いのちの星のドーリィ (Japanese) 
Objectionable content: None 
Plot Summary: The annual Star Festival to honor the stars that bring life is drawing nearer. Anpanman finds an abandoned doll who is brought to life by a Star of Life. The doll, now named Dolly, spends all of her time having fun, convinced that enjoying oneself is the meaning of life. However, her Star of Life is starting to disappear, and Baikinman builds a huge robot inspired by memories of his own birth. 
Vintage: 2006-07-15
Premiere date:
2006-07-15 (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: Tomoko Konparu 
Unit Director: Nanako Shimazaki 
Original creator: Takashi Yanase 
Character Design: Minoru Maeda 
Art Director: Tsutomu Ishigaki 
Animation Director: Minoru Maeda 
Sound Director: Tomoaki Yamada 
Director of Photography: Hitoshi Shirao 
Executive producer: Masato Matsumoto (TMS Entertainment) 
Kazuhiko Yanauchi (TMS Entertainment) 
Kiichirou Yamazaki  (NTV) 
Rieko Ono (NTV) 

Assistant Animation Director: Yasuo Hoshina 
Background Art:
Fumika Tamura (Y.A.P. Ishigaki Production) 
Hiroyuki Mitsumoto (Y.A.P. Ishigaki Production) 
Keiko Minamoto (Y.A.P. Ishigaki Production) 
Maiko Takahashi (Y.A.P. Ishigaki Production) 
Minako Oohashi (Y.A.P. Ishigaki Production) 
Motoki Abe (Y.A.P. Ishigaki Production) 
Nami Maniwa (Y.A.P. Ishigaki Production) 
Tsutomu Ishigaki 
Yuki Koyamada 
Color design: Terumi Kanai 
Color setting: Daisuke Yamazaki 
Digital Optical Recording: Noboru Nishio 
Digital Paint:
Chiharu Tamaki (Light Foot) 
Hiromi Imaizumi (Light Foot) 
Kazunori Ishizuka (Light Foot) 
Keiko Watanabe (Light Foot) 
Keiko Yoshimura (Light Foot) 
Kiyoka Sawada (Light Foot) 
Kiyomi Inoue (Light Foot) 
Miho Watanabe (Light Foot) 
Miyuki Hamada (Light Foot) 
Miyuki Iguchi (Light Foot) 
Rie Moriya (Light Foot) 
Sakiko Takenouchi (Light Foot) 
Tomoka Mitsui (Light Foot) 
Tomoko Kuroki (Light Foot) 
Yuki Matsuura (Light Foot) 
Dolby Film Consultant:
Mikio Mori 
Tsutomu Kawahigashi 
In-Between Check: Yuko Ogawa 
Planning: Seiji Okuda 
Production Desk:
Mikiko Kobayashi 
Miyuki Ogawa 
Production manager: Tetsufumi Nomura 
Sound Effects: Yukiyoshi Itokawa 
Special Effects: Yoshimi Hayashi 
Supervising Producer: Yūsuke Kubo (TMS Entertainment) 
Keiko Toda as Anpanman 
Ryusei Nakao as Baikin-man 
Yumi Adachi as Dolly 

Hiromi Tsuru as Dokin-chan 
Hiroshi Masuoka as Jam-ojisan 
Kaneta Kimotsuki as Horrorman 
Kouichi Yamadera as Cheese 
Michiyo Yanagisawa as Kareepanman 
Mika Kanai as Melonpanna 
Miki Nagasawa as Creampanda 
Rei Sakuma as Batako-san 
Sumi Shimamoto as Shokupanman 

Chika Sakamoto as Tendonman 
Kouichi Yamadera as Kamameshidon 
Miina Tominaga as Rollpanna 
Yuji Mitsuya as Katsudonman 
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