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Sanrio Anime Festival

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Sanrio Anime Festival (Japanese: サンリオアニメフェスティバル) is a Japanese children's animation series of Sanrio Films, released between 1989-1991 originally at Toho cinemas and later in 1996. Many of the animations are available on Sanrio Videos. Many of the Sanrio Anime Festival animations were also re-released for Amazon Prime in 2014.

Series One

The original series was published on July 22, 1989 at 58 buildings for the former National Toho Yōga-kei (洋画系) (Western-style) cinemas (these cinemas later became New Toho Cinema 2 and were again closed in 1995).[1]

Series Two

The second series was introduced on July 21, 1990.

Series Three

The third series was introduced on July 20, 1991. The distribution income was around 300 million yen.[2]

Series Four

The fourth series was introduced on January 13, 1996; the first time in four and a half years.[3]

External links


  1. “サンリオ、映画製作を再開――世界の名作童話をアニメ化。”. - Nikkei Sangyo Shinbun page 6 (April 18, 1989) (in Japanese, via Japanese Wikipedia article editors)
  2. 「日本映画フリーブッキング作品配給収入」"Kinema Junpo"; late February 1992 issue, page 143.
  3. All Cinema
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