Tottoi (movie)

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Alternative title:
O Segredo da Foca (Portuguese)
The Secret of The Seal
トトイ (Japanese)
Genres: adventure
Objectionable content: None
Plot Summary:
After his mother passes away, Atonio and his family move from West Germany to his father's home country of Sardinia. There, everyone calls him Tottoi. Tottoi tries get used to his new life and make new friends. While taking a swim in a cavern he stumbles across a seal that is thought to be extinct.
After his mother passes away, Atonio and his family move from West Germany to his father's home country of Sicily. There, everyone calls him Tottoi. Tottoi tries get used to his new life and make new friends. While taking a swim in a cavern he stumbles across a seal that is thought to be extinct.
Running time: 80 minutes
Vintage: 1992
Release dates: We have 1
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Screenplay: Ryūzō Nakanishi
Original story: Gianni Padoan
Character Design: Haruhiko Mikimoto
Art Director: Takashi Moro
Animation Director: Noboru Sugimitsu
Sound Director: Etsuji Yamada
Executive producer:
Eihachiro Baba
Kōichi Motohashi
Animation Supervisor: Noboru Ishiguro
Assistant Animation Director: Fujiko Aoyagi
Assistant Color Desinger: Noritaka Igawa
Assistant Director: Masato Kitagawa
Assistant producer:
Hajime Watanabe
Hiroshi Kakoi
Camera Director: Toshiaki Morita
Color design: Kyooko Ootake
Production Desk: Hirohito Ochi
Recording Production: Tetsuo Ono
Sound Adjustment: Chiaki Sato
Special Effects: Kunji Tanifuji
Theme Song Arrangement: Kōichi Sakata
Theme Song Composition: Kōichi Sakata
Titles: Akira Michikawa
Chafurin as Greg
Chieko Honda as Muggiani Francesca
Daisuke Gouri as Hoit
Daisuke Namikawa as Muggiani Antonio/Tottoi
Ikuya Sawaki as Captain Marco
Jun-ichi Kanemaru as Reinhart
Kappei Yamaguchi as Billia
Kei Tomiyama as Muggiani Cipriano
Ken Tomiyama as Muggiani Cipriano
Ken Yamaguchi as Totorino
Kenichi Ogata as Muggiani Stanis
Miyuki Ichijou as Muggiani Gizza
Naoko Matsui as Catherina
Naomi Oka as Popol
Seizo Katou as Nanni Spass
Takeshi Watabe as Jack Land
Takumi Yamazaki as Massimo
Wataru Takagi as the guide
Japanese companies
Broadcaster: NHK
Editing: Inoue Editing
Film Developing: Tokyo Laboratory
Photography: Trans Arts Co.
Production: Nippon Animation
Production Assistance: Artland
Recording Production: Onkyo Eizo System Co., Ltd.
Recording Studio: AVACO Creative Studios
Sound Effects: Fizz Sound Creation
English cast
English staff
Music Re-Recording: Dave Seibels

Gregg Berger as Cpt. Marko
Scott Menville as Billia

English companies
Portuguese staff
Portuguese cast
Screen: Orlando Gentil
Sérgio Rufino as Antonio "Tottoi" Muggiani

Affonso Amajones as Nanni Spass
Cecília Lemes as Gizza Muggiani
Daoiz Cabezudo as Stanis Muggiani
João Francisco Garcia as Capitão Marco
João Paulo as Cipriano Muggiani
Leda Figueiró as Francesca Muggiani
Letícia Quinto as Catherina
Marcelo Campos as Billia
Paulo Porto as Pedro

Araken Saldanha as Guia Turístico
Sérgio Moreno as Hoit

Portuguese companies
Distributor: Flashstar (VHS release only)
Dubbing Studio: Dublavídeo

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