Stitch!: Zutto Saikō no Tomodachi (TV)

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Alternative title:
スティッチ!~ずっと最高のトモダチ~ (Japanese)
Number of episodes: 29
Episode titles: We have 29
Vintage: 2010-07-06
Opening Theme:
"Minna no Yume" by Ruriko Kojima
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Chief Director: Tetsuo Yasumi
Higashi Shimizu (eps 3, 5)
Kimiko Ueno (ep 2)
Masakazu Hashimoto (ep 4)
Naoyuki Kuzuya (ep 2)
Episode Director:
Masakazu Hashimoto (ep 4)
Takeyuki Sadohara (ep 1)
Tomokazu Iwasaki (ep 2)
Character Design: Sachiko Oohashi
Art Director: Toru Koga
Producer: Satoshi Kubo

Animation: Masami Otsuka (OP)
Eddie Cox
Noboru Sugiyama (TV Asahi)
Prop Design: Susumu Imaishi
Shima Abe
Toshiyuki Tani (TV Asahi)
Sound Effects: Masahiro Shoji
Kouichi Yamadera as Stitch
Motoko Kumai as Yuuna

Komatsuna Sakato as Makiko
Shozo Iizuka as Dr. Jumba
Yuji Mitsuya as Pleakley

Hiroshi Yanaka as Hämsterviel
Kappei Yamaguchi as Kijimuna
Kouji Ochiai as Reuben
Madoka Takeda as Angel
Unshou Ishizuka as Gantu
Japanese companies
Animation Collaboration: M.S.C
Animation Production: Shin-Ei Animation
Animation Production Assistance: The Answer Studio Co., Ltd.
Animation Production Cooperation: Vega Entertainment (ep 1)
Disney Channel Japan
TV Asahi (2010-07-06)
Recording Studio: Apu Meguro Studio
Sound Design: Audio Planning U
Sound Effects: Fizz Sound Creation
English cast
English staff
Original Concept: Chris Sanders
Original story:
Chris Sanders (based on a screenplay by)
Dean DeBlois (based on a screenplay by)
Original Character Design:
Chris Sanders
H.B. 'Buck' Lewis
Producer: Rita Majkut

ADR Recording: Michael Clark
Consulting Producer: Jess Winfield
Post-Production Supervision: Denny Densmore
Re-Recording Mixing: Ernie Sheesley
Script Adaptation:
Ardwight Chamberlain
Sam Regal
Supervising Producer: Jamie Simone
Video Editing: Terry Marlin
Voice Direction: Mary Elizabeth McGlynn
Ben Diskin as Stitch
Eden Riegel as Yuna

Dave Wittenberg as Reuben
Jess Winfield as Jumba
Kirk Thornton as Hamsterviel
Laura Bailey as Tigerlily
Ted Biaselli as Pleakley

Ali Hillis as
Mitsuki (eps 4, 20)
Ben Diskin as
Flute (ep 12)
Nosox (ep 21)
Pleakley's Mother (ep 5)
Sinker (ep 22)
Colleen O'Shaughnessey as
Trapeze Lady (ep 30)
Dave Wittenberg as
Lionel (eps 7, 25)
Morpholomew (eps 23, 29)
Retro (ep 21)
Sample (ep 2)
Gwendoline Yeo as
Adult Lilo (ep 23)
Gramma (ep 19)
Jess Winfield as Wise Guy (ep 29)
Kari Wahlgren as
Agent (ep 18)
Alien TV Gal (ep 9)
Carmen (ep 10)
Katinka (ep 7)
Mr. Stenchy (ep 19)
Nora (ep 14)
Kate Higgins as
Keith Silverstein as
Alien Platypus (ep 9)
Computer Voice (ep 10)
Fudgy (ep 25)
Hamada (ep 11)
Ronaldo (ep 16)
Shrink (ep 21)
Spike (ep 7)
Yuna's Dad (ep 19)
Kirk Thornton as Alien Cop (ep 9)
Laura Bailey as
Nanny (ep 23)
Toddler-fier (ep 24)
Mary Elizabeth McGlynn as
Councilwoman (eps 1, 29)
Jumba's Ex-Wife (ep 5)
Sprout (small; ep 8)
Witch (ep 13)
Melissa Fahn as Ani (ep 23)
Michelle Ruff as
Airport P.A. (ep 23)
Boy (ep 26)
Clip (ep 21)
Girl (ep 3)
Hazuki (eps 4, 20)
Mrs. Sickly (ep 19)
Patrick Seitz as
Shogun (ep 15)
Thresher (ep 17)
Roger Craig Smith as
Alien Professor (ep 9)
Chris (ep 6)
Dark End (eps 28-29)
Nosy (ep 9)
P.J. (ep 6)
Squeak (eps 21, 29)
Wishy-Washy (ep 11)
Sam Regal as Hiroman
Steven Jay Blum as
Boy (ep 5)
Captain (ep 22)
Chef Pierre (ep 6)
Kixx (ep 15)
Mouse (ep 30)
Slushy (ep 22)
Sprout (large; ep 8)
The Fear Conqueror (ep 14)
Ted Biaselli as Swapper (ep 20)
Travis Willingham as
Alien Scientist (ep 28)
Dracula (ep 5)
Guard (ep 9)
Man in Crowd (ep 1)
Mr. Matsuda
Remmy (ep 26)
Splodeyhead (ep 20)
Troy Baker as
Ace (eps 10, 29-30)
Dupe (ep 28)
Manny Montana (eps 7, 17)
Producer (ep 7)
Wally Wingert as
Elastico (eps 16, 29)
Video Narrator (ep 16)
English companies
German staff
German cast
James Gardiner as Stitch
Luisa Wietzorek as Yuna
German companies

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