Futari wa Precure Splash Star Tick Tack Kiki Ippatsu! (movie)

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Alternative title:
Pretty Cure Splash Star Tic-Tac Crisis Hanging by a Thin Thread!
Pretty Cure Splash☆Star - Le leggendarie guerriere (Italian)
ふたりはプリキュア スプラッシュ☆スター チクタク危機一髪! (Japanese)
Genres: comedy, magic
Themes: idols, magical girl
Objectionable content: None
Plot Summary: On their way to a singing contest, Mai and Saki meet a mysterious man looking for the oldest clock in town. It turns out that this clock is a portal to the World of Clocks, and the mysterious man is a servant of Dark Fall who wants to stop time to destroy the world. With the help of the clock spirits, Pretty Cure must fight to escape his perfect maze and start time flowing again. Takes place after episode 30 of Futari Wa Pretty Cure Splash☆Star.
User Ratings: 35 ratings have been given [details]
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 Good: 10 votes (sub:9, raw:1)
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Seen in part or in whole by 74 users, rank: #4148 (of 6586)
Median rating: Good
Arithmetic mean: 7.086 (Good), std. dev.: 1.3174, rank: #2228 (of 6587)
Weighted mean: 7.069 (Good), rank: #2180 (of 6587) (seen all: 7.01 / seen some: 7.71)
Bayesian estimate: 7.191 (Good+), rank: #1693 (of 4960)
Running time: 50 minutes
Vintage: 2006-12-09
Premiere date:
2006-12-09 (Japan)
2010-11-06 (Italy - RaiDue)
Opening Theme:
"Makasete ★ Splash ☆ Star (まかせて★スプラッシュ☆スター)" by Yuka Uchiyae with Splash Stars
Ending Theme:
"Ganbalance De Dance ~ Saki & Mai Version ~ (ガンバランスdeダンス ~咲&舞 Version~ )" by KIMOTO Orie & ENOMOTO Atsuko with Flopy & Choppy
Official website:
Official website (Japanese)
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Junji Shimizu
Script: Yoshimi Narita
Music: Naoki Sato
Original creator: Izumi Todo
Character Design: Akira Inagami
Art Director: Shinzo Yuki
Animation Director: Katsumi Tamegai
Atsuko Enomoto as Mai Mishou / Cure Egret
Orie Kimoto as Saki Hyuuga / Cure Bloom

Akemi Okamura as Foop
Kappei Yamaguchi as Floppy
Miyu Matsuki as Choppy

Ayaka Saito as Minori Hyuuga
Junko Takeuchi as Kenta Hoshino
Masami Kikuchi as Hours
Mika Doi as Saori Hyuuga
Naomi Kusumi as Daisuke Hyuuga
Susumu Hayami as Sirlon 
TARAKO as Minutes
Japanese companies
Animation Production: Toei Animation
Production: Toei Animation
Italian staff
Italian cast
Dubbing Director: Anna Cesareni
Executive producer: Annalisa Vasselli (Rai 2)

Dialogues: Lina Zargani
Mixing: Riccardo Canino
Theme Song Performance: Giorgia Alissandri
Eva Padoan as Saki Hyuuga/Cure Bloom/Cure Bright
Joy Saltarelli as Mai Mishou/Cure Egret/Cure Windy

Laura Cosenza as Flappy
Raffaella Castelli as Choppy

Anna Cesareni as Saori Hyuuga
Eleonora Reti as Minori Hyuuga
Mirko Cannella as Kenta Hoshino
Roberto Stocchi as Daisuke Hyuuga
Italian companies
Rai Gulp
Dubbing: LaBiBi.it

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