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Brightonberry's Undead Travel Log 

While trying to fix some tombstones that she knocked over while at a graveyard, Akko accidentally mixes a repair spell she was using with one of Sucy's mushrooms, which ends up bringing a ... See full summary »

Directors:

Dai Seki, Yô Yoshinari

Writers:

Lucien Dodge (english script), Michiru Shimada (composition) | 1 more credit »

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Trevor Devall ... Mr. Holbrooke / Police Officer (voice)
Jessica Gee-George ... Holbrook (voice)
Megumi Han Megumi Han ... Atsuko 'Akko' Kagari (voice)
Rachelle Heger Rachelle Heger ... Sucy Manbavaran (voice)
Noriko Hidaka Noriko Hidaka ... Professor Ursula (voice)
Karen Kahler ... Finnelan (voice)
Akihiro Matsushima Akihiro Matsushima ... Mahou Douguya no Ten'in (voice)
Erica Mendez Erica Mendez ... Akko Kagari (voice)
Michiyo Murase Michiyo Murase ... Sucy Manbavaran (voice)
Alexis Nichols ... Shiny Chariot / Professor Ursula (voice)
Fumiko Orikasa ... Lotte Yanson (voice)
Stephanie Sheh ... Lotte Yanson (voice)
Ikuko Tani Ikuko Tani ... Holbrook (voice)
Joshua Tomar ... Chumley (voice)
Asami Yano Asami Yano ... Badcock (voice)
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While trying to fix some tombstones that she knocked over while at a graveyard, Akko accidentally mixes a repair spell she was using with one of Sucy's mushrooms, which ends up bringing a deceased soldier back from the dead. The girls find themselves chasing the soldier across town as he seeks revenge on a coward despite having no memory of who he is. After visiting the magical cafe, they discover the coward the soldier is searching for was a bellringer who allegedly broke a promise to his witch daughter, Miranda Holbrooke. Upon visiting the town's bell, which is missing its chime, the soldier remembers that he is in fact the bellringer, who gave Miranda a staff made from the bell's tongue before he died. Realising that the Miranda in question is actually Luna Nova's principal, Akko uses the repair spell on the bell to rush everyone back to Luna Nova and reunite Miranda with her father, allowing them to spend some time together before the resurrection spell wears off and the soldier ...

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Release Date:

5 March 2017 (Japan) See more »

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Soundtracks

Hoshi wo Tadoreba
Written by Yuiko Ohara
Performed by Yuiko Ohara
Courtesy of TOHO animation RECORDS
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