Wanpaku Ōji no Orochi Taiji (movie)

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Alternative title:
El pequeño príncipe y el dragón de ocho cabezas (Spanish)
El Principito y el dragón de ocho cabezas (Spanish)
Le Petit Prince et le Dragon à Huit Têtes (French)
Prince in Wonderland
Rainbow Bridge
The Little Prince And The Eight-Headed Dragon
The Wicked Prince's Hunt of the Big Snake
わんぱく王子の大蛇退治 (Japanese)
Genres: adventure, fantasy
Themes: gods
Plot Summary: Susanoo is the youngest son of Izanagi and Izanami, a god and a goddess that created Earth so that people could live and try to be happy. Still a young boy, Susanoo is devastated by the passing away of his mother. Determined to find her despite the reprimands of his father, he embarks on a journey to find his brother and his sister since they might know how to get to the place their mom has gone to.
Running time: 85 minutes
Vintage: 1963-03-24
Premiere date:
1963-03-24 (Japan)
1964-01-01 (USA)
Opening Theme:
"Haha no Nai Ko no Komori Uta" by Watanabe, Setsuko
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Yugo Serikawa
Music: Akira Ifukube
Art Director: Reiji Koyama
Animation Director: Yasuji Mori
Director of Photography:
Hideaki Sugawara
Mitsuaki Ishikawa
Executive producer: Hiroshi Ôkawa

Animation Supervisor: Sanae Yamamoto
Color design: Saburo Yokoi
Dance Coaching: Eimi Hatano
Editing: Ikuzo Inaba
Effects: Ryuzo Ishifuji
Historical Research: Koji Fukiya
Theme Song Lyrics: Takashi Morishima
Japanese companies
Production: Toei Animation
English staff
English companies
(none)
Distributor: Columbia Pictures
English cast
(none)
Spanish cast
Spanish staff
(none)
Jesús Brock as Susano
María Antonieta de las Nieves as Princesa Kushinada

Carlos Petrel as Izanami, padre de Susano
Esteban Siller as Barbalarga
Jorge Arvizu as Tarô, el tigre
Rosario Muñoz Ledo as Amaterasu, diosa del Sol
Spanish companies
Broadcaster: Cartoon Network L.A. (Latin America)
Portuguese staff
Portuguese cast
Casting: Jorge Barcellos (new dub)
Marcelo Campos as Coelho (Akahana) (new dubbing)
Olney Cazarré as Coelho (Akahana) (old dub)
Rafael Cortez Júnior as Príncipe Susano (old dub)
Rodrigo Andreatto as Príncipe Susano (new dubbing)

Affonso Amajones as Príncipe Cristal (new dubbing)
Armando Tiraboschi as Izanagi, Pai de Susano (new dubbing)
Borges de Barros as Deus do Fogo (old dub)
Bruno Rocha as Grande Tambo (new dubbing)
Carlos Campanile as Izanagi, Pai de Susano (old dub)
Gilberto Baroli as Grande Tambo (old dub)
Helena Sâmara as Amaterasu, Deusa do Sol (old dub)
Isaura Gomes as Izanami, Mãe de Susano (old dub)
Márcia Regina as Amaterasu, Deusa do Sol (new dubbing)
Mauro Castro as Deus do Fogo (new dubbing)
Melissa Garcia as Princesinha (Kushinada) (new dubbing)
Raquel Marinho as Izanami, Mãe de Susano (new dubbing)

Araken Saldanha as Ministro da Guerra (new dubbing)
Borges de Barros as Papai Rato (old dub)
Fábio Tomasini as Barba Longa (new dubbing)
Fábio Vila Longa as Papai Rato (new dubbing)
Jonas Mello as Taro, o Tigre (new dubbing)
Jorge Barcellos as Locução (new dubbing)
José Soares as Rei do Mar (new dubbing)
Márcia Regina as Narradora (new dubbing)

João Batista (new dubbing)
Jorge Barcellos (new dub)
Marcos Hailer (new dub)
Nelson Machado (new dubbing)
Renato Soares (new dub; new dubbing)
Rita Almeida (new dubbing)
Sérgio Corcetti (new dubbing)
Sílvio Giraldi (new dub)
Portuguese companies
Broadcaster:
Cartoon Network L.A. (new dubbing)
Rede Bandeirantes (old dub)
Rede Globo (old dub)
Rede Manchete (Brazil-old dubbing)
Rede Record (old dub)
Dubbing Studio:
A.I.C São Paulo (old dub)
Sigma (new dubbing)

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