Thumbelina: A Magical Story

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Thumbelina: A Magical Story is a Japanese anime series produced by Enoki Films and adapted from the original Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale Thumbelina by Akiyoshi Sakai.wikipedia
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Thumbelina: A Magical Story is a Japanese anime series produced by Enoki Films and adapted from the original Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale Thumbelina by Akiyoshi Sakai.
A Japanese animated series adapted the plot, and made it into a movie, Thumbelina: A Magical Story (1992), released in 1993.

Enoki Films

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Thumbelina: A Magical Story is a Japanese anime series produced by Enoki Films and adapted from the original Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale Thumbelina by Akiyoshi Sakai.
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Mona Marshall

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Mona Marshall (uncredited) - Angela (the Good Witch), The Frog Witch, Pixie, Bridesmaid #1, Bridesmaid #3 and Aunt Ruth
Thumbelina: A Magical Story - Nobel, Angela, Mrs. Garrison and The Frog Witch

Doug Stone (voice actor)

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Doug Stone (uncredited) - Mouse, Insect, Sea Creature, Swallow, Hobbit #1, Hobbit #3 and Turtle
Thumbelina: A Magical Story - Mouse, Insect (uncredited)

Barbara Goodson

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Barbara Goodson (uncredited) - Hoppy, Gladys (George's Wife - Hoppy's Mom), The Human Witch, Bridesmaid #2 and Croven
Thumbelina: A Magical Story – Hoppy, George's Wife, Human Witch (uncredited)

Anime

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Thumbelina: A Magical Story is a Japanese anime series produced by Enoki Films and adapted from the original Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale Thumbelina by Akiyoshi Sakai.

Hans Christian Andersen

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Thumbelina: A Magical Story is a Japanese anime series produced by Enoki Films and adapted from the original Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale Thumbelina by Akiyoshi Sakai.

TV Tokyo

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It premiered in Japan on TV Tokyo on September 30, 1992 and ran for twenty-six episodes until its conclusion on March 31, 1993.

Jan Rabson

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Jan Rabson (uncredited) - Narrator, George (Hoppy's Dad), Hobbit #2 and Shadow Prince

Anchor Bay Entertainment

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The series was licensed for release in North America by Starmaker Entertainment, which released the series to VHS format under the name Thumbelina on December 16, 1993.

VHS

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The series was licensed for release in North America by Starmaker Entertainment, which released the series to VHS format under the name Thumbelina on December 16, 1993.

DVD region code

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On May 9, 2006, Digiview Entertainment re-released the Starmaker version to Region 1 DVD as Thumbelina: A Magical Story.

DVD

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On May 9, 2006, Digiview Entertainment re-released the Starmaker version to Region 1 DVD as Thumbelina: A Magical Story.

Colombia

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The full series is also licensed for regional language releases in Colombia by Centauro Comunicaciones and in Italy by Italia 1 which broadcast the Italian dub on its channel.

Italia 1

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The full series is also licensed for regional language releases in Colombia by Centauro Comunicaciones and in Italy by Italia 1 which broadcast the Italian dub on its channel.