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Someday's Dreamers 

Mahô tsukai ni taisetsu na koto (original title)
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Julie Maddalena ...  Additional Voices / ... 12 episodes, 2003
Mona Marshall ...  Junko / ... 12 episodes, 2003
Michelle Ruff ...  Ayano Goto / ... 12 episodes, 2003
Dina Sherman ...  Milinda 12 episodes, 2003
Jun'ichi Suwabe Jun'ichi Suwabe ...  Masami Oyamada 12 episodes, 2003
Kari Wahlgren ...  Additional Voices / ... 12 episodes, 2003
Dan Lorge ...  Master Chief Ginpun 6 episodes, 2003
Peter Doyle Peter Doyle ...  Office Tailor / ... 3 episodes, 2003
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Miracles happen... and it's ones girls mission to prove it!


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9 January 2003 (Japan) See more »

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Very sweet
30 May 2009 | by jpb58See all my reviews

Mahô tsukai ni taisetsu na koto (What Is Important To A Mage), or Someday's Dreamers (English title), was an anime series that was popular on Japanese television. It has received a pretty decent English dub for Western audiences on DVD, although much is left to the imagination through gaps in dialogue. The quality of the animation is very good and the music is very pretty, especially the title and end songs, which are very catchy songs to hum.

The story is about a young mage who comes to Tokyo to learn her craft. She's a junior in high school and lives on campus, away from her family. She meets various attractive young men who take an interest in her, but the sensuality in this series is very subdued and non-threatening. There is no bad language and very little violence. One character smokes too much but that's about it.

There are segments on YouTube from Someday's Dreamers but I suggest you track down the DVDs. You will enjoy it a lot more than watching on a 2 inch screen. They come in 3 separate volumes, 12 episodes in all, and you can choose original Japanese with subtitles or the English dub.

My 12 year old daughter really enjoyed this series so I can recommend it for pre-teens. It's a wholesome, loving show.


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