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Summer 1989 Anime

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Majo no Takkyuubin

  1. Adventure
  2. Comedy
  3. Drama
  4. Fantasy
  5. Magic
  6. Romance
Majo no Takkyuubin
4.3
July 29, 1989 JST

※ Theatrical Premiere

A young witch, on her mandatory year of independent life, finds fitting into a new community difficult while she supports herself by running an air courier service.

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City Hunter: Ai to Shukumei no Magnum

  1. Action
  2. Comedy
  3. Mystery
  4. Shounen
City Hunter: Ai to Shukumei no Magnum
June 17, 1989 JST

※ Theatrical Premiere

A beautiful pianist comes to Tokyo for a charity concert, and City Hunter is there. But music isn`t his forte; he wants lessons in the language of love. Desperation becomes the word of the day as the bodies start dropping. A foreign dignitary is assassinated in cold blood. Secret agents scour the streets for a missing microchip. Diplomatic infighting swirls around the upcoming concert, and City Hunter is the only hope!

[Source: AnimeNfo]

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Dragon Ball Z Movie 01: Ora no Gohan wo Kaese!!

  1. Adventure
  2. Comedy
  3. Fantasy
  4. Sci-Fi
  5. Shounen
Dragon Ball Z Movie 01: Ora no Gohan wo Kaese!!
July 15, 1989 JST

※ Theatrical Premiere

Kami-sama's old nemesis's son has come to exact revenge on Kami-sama for winning the title of Earth's Guardian. After kidnapping Son Gohan and using the dragon balls to gain immortality, he has a final showdown with Goku.

[Source: Anime News Network]

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Kidou Keisatsu Patlabor the Movie

  1. Drama
  2. Mecha
  3. Military
  4. Police
Kidou Keisatsu Patlabor the Movie
July 15, 1989 JST

※ Theatrical Premiere

The year is 1999 and Tokyo's Mobile Police have a new weapon in the war on crime—advanced robots called Labors are used to combat criminals who would use the new technology for illegal means. The suicide of a mysterious man on the massive Babylon Project construction site sets off a cascade of events that may signal the destruction of Tokyo.

[Source: Anime News Network]

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Little Nemo

  1. Adventure
  2. Fantasy
Little Nemo
  • Studio TBD
July 15, 1989 JST

※ Theatrical Premiere

Based on the classic Nemo comic strips by Winsor McCay. A pioneer of animation, McCay created the first Little Nemo animated movie in 1911.

Hayao Miyazaki and Isao Takahata were attached to this project at first, but left due to "creative differences." Ray Bradbury is also thought to have left the project in its earlier stages.

Little Nemo - Adventures in Slumberland is the first Japanese anime to receive a national (wide) U.S. theatrical release.

[Source: Anime News Network]