Chibi Maruko-chan: Watashi no Suki na Uta (movie)

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Alternative title:
Chibi Maruko-chan: My Favorite Song
Sakura Momoko World: Chibi Maruko-chan: Watashi no Suki na Uta (Japanese)
さくらももこワールド ちびまる子ちゃん わたしの好きな歌 (Japanese)
Themes: musical
Objectionable content: None
Plot Summary: Sakura Momoko's teacher assigns the third grade to draw an image based on their favorite song to enter a contest. Momoko loves a song she recently learned during her music class and is anxious to make a good drawing based on it. On her way to meet her relatives in Shizuoka, she meets Shouko Kimura, a university student who occasionally draws portraits at the local train station and plans to also participate in an art contest. Fascinated by her illustrations, Sakura meets Kimura once again. Shouko is enchanted by Momoko's sympathy and honesty. They quickly become friends and end up inspiring each other in their own way.
User Ratings: 21 ratings have been given [details]
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 Very good: 9 votes (sub:7, raw:1, others:1
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Seen in part or in whole by 56 users, rank: #4990 (of 7468)
Median rating: Very good
Arithmetic mean: 7.191 (Good+), std. dev.: 1.7625, rank: #2236 (of 7493)
Weighted mean: 7.312 (Good+), rank: #1805 (of 7493) (seen all: 7.45 / seen some: 5.00)
Bayesian estimate: 7.388 (Good+), rank: #1369 (of 5659)
Running time: 93 minutes
Vintage: 1992-12-19
Premiere date:
1992-12-19 (Japan)
Ending Theme:
"Daisuki" (「だいすき」) by Yumiko Takahashi
Insert song:
"B-Kyu Dancing" (B級ダンシング) by The Beakues
"Dangdut Reggae" (ダンドウット.レゲエ) by Campur DKI
"Drag Race 1969" (1969年のドラッグレース) by Eiichi Otaki
"Hiroshi no Nyuyoku" (ヒロシの入浴) by Tatsuo Kondo
"Hoshi o Taberu" (星を食べる) by Tama
"Kaimono Boogie" (買物ブギー) by Shizuko Kasagi
"Menkoi Kouma" (めんこい仔馬) by Tarako and Yumiko Takahashi
"Paraíso" (はらいそ) by Haruomi Hosono
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Script: Momoko Sakura
Storyboard: Yumiko Suda
Music: Akira Senju
Original creator: Momoko Sakura
Character Design: Hideo Kawauchi
Art Director: Kanako Nomura
Director of Photography: Shuichi Ito
Animation Supervisor: Osamu Kobayashi
Editing:
Yoko Ando (YA Stuff)
Yukiko Nojiri (YA Stuff)
Yumiko Fuse
Ending Animation: Masaya Fujimori
Planning: Masataka Miyanaga
Production Desk: Yoshiyuki Tojo
Recording Director: Yasunori Honda
Sound Effects: Yasuyuki Konno
Theme Song Performance: Yumiko Takahashi (ED)
TARAKO as Momoko Sakura

Keaton Yamada as Narration
Kei Tomiyama as Tomozo Sakura
Mie Suzuki as Sumire Sakura
Yasunori Matsumoto as
Ryo Sato 
Ryoichi Sato
Yuko Mizutani as Sakiko Sakura
Yuko Sasaki as Kotake Sakura
Yumiko Takahashi as Shouko Kimura
Yūsaku Yara as Hiroshi Sakura

Ai Orikasa as Mari Uesugi
Chafurin as
Hideji Saijo
Kimio Nagasawa
Hirohiko Kakegawa as
Great-Uncle
Hideyuki Togawa
Hiroko Emori as Great-Aunt
Kappei Yamaguchi as Kenichi Ōno
Kei Tomiyama as Grandfather 
Keiko Yamamoto as
Ms. Ōishi
Shota Yamada
Kyousei Tsukui as Shinji Sekiguchi
Mami Matsui as Butaro Tomita
Masako Miura as Yumiko Ito
Masami Kikuchi as Kazuhiko Hanawa
Megumi Urawa as Maki Makimura
Mie Suzuki as Mother 
Miki Narahashi as Hanako Migiwa
Naoko Watanabe as Tamae Honami
Nobuo Tobita as
Sueo Maruo
Tatsugoro Hamazaki
Rin Mizuhara as Satoshi Sugiyama
Ryouichi Tanaka as Sketch Man
Shinsuke Kokontei as Rakugo-ka
Taeko Yamada as Toshiko Tsuchihashi
Tomoko Naka as Shigeru Fujiki
Tsutomu Kashiwakura as Noritaka "Hamaji" Hamasaki
Yuko Mizutani as Oneechan 
Yuko Sasaki as Grandmother 
Yūsaku Yara as Father 
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