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Magical Emi, the Magic Star (魔法のスターマジカルエミ, Mahō no Sutā Majikaru Emi) is a magical girl anime series by Studio Pierrot. It was simultaneously released as a manga by Kiyoko Arai. The third magical girl series created by Studio Pierrot, Magical Emi also appears in two feature-length OVAs, as well as the Adesugata Mahou no Sannin Musume and Majokko Club Yoningumi A-Kukan Kara no Alien X OVAs.

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  • إيمي السحرية، النجمة الساحرة (魔法のスターマジカルエミ ماهو نو ستار ماجيكارو إيمي) هو أنمي من نوع الفتاة الساحرة من إنتاج إستديو بيرو. وكانت آنذاك تصدر على أنها مانغا للمؤلف . وهو المسلسل الثالث من نوع الفتاة الساحرة الذي يقوم الإستديو بإنتاجه، ويحتوي على مقاطع أوفا كما يظهر في أوفا كريمي مامي الملاك السحري. (ar)
  • Emi magique (魔法のスターマジカルエミ, Mahō no sutā majikaru Emi, litt. Emi magique la star de la magie) est une série d'animation japonaise du genre magical girl, en 38 épisodes de 22 minutes, créée en 1985. (fr)
  • Magical Emi, the Magic Star (魔法のスターマジカルエミ, Mahō no Sutā Majikaru Emi) is a magical girl anime series by Studio Pierrot. It was simultaneously released as a manga by Kiyoko Arai. The third magical girl series created by Studio Pierrot, Magical Emi also appears in two feature-length OVAs, as well as the Adesugata Mahou no Sannin Musume and Majokko Club Yoningumi A-Kukan Kara no Alien X OVAs. (en)
  • Magica magica Emi (魔法のスターマジカルエミ Mahō no sutā Majikaru Emi?, lett. "La stella della magia Magical Emi") è un anime mahō shōjo, prodotto dallo Studio Pierrot e trasmesso in Giappone su Nippon Television tra il giugno 1985 e il febbraio 1986. In Italia è stato trasmesso su Italia 1 tra l'agosto e l'ottobre 1986. La serie gode anche di una trasposizione manga, distribuita dalla Shogakukan parallelamente alla trasmissione, e di tre OAV. Magica magica Emi (Mahō no star Magical Emi) è la terza serie della saga delle maghette dello Studio Pierrot, ed è preceduta da Evelyn e la magia di un sogno d'amore (Mahō no yōsei Persha) e seguita da Sandy dai mille colori (Mahō no idol Pastel Yumi). (it)
  • 『魔法のスターマジカルエミ』(まほうのスター マジカルエミ)は、日本テレビ(NNN・NNS)系列で1985年6月7日から1986年2月28日まで全38話が放送されたテレビアニメ。 (ja)
  • 마법의 스타 매지컬 에미는 스튜디오 피에로가 제작한 TV 애니메이션 시리즈이다. 1985년 6월 7일부터 1986년 2월 28일까지 닛폰 TV에서 총 38화로 방영되었다. 대한민국에서는 《요술가족》이라는 제목으로 대영팬더 비디오로 출시되었다. (ko)
  • Magical Emi, the Magic Star (яп. 魔法のスターマジカルエミ Волшебная звезда Магическая Эми) — третий японский махо-сёдзё аниме-сериал, созданный студией Pierrot. Параллельно выпускалась манга, иллюстрированная Киёко Арай. Было выпущено всего 3 тома. Позже после успеха аниме-сериала были выпущены 3 самостоятельные OVA-серии в 1986 и 2002 годах. (ru)
  • Mahō no Star Magical Emi (魔法のスターマジカルエミ Mahō no Sutā Majikaru Emi?, lit. "Estrela Mágica - A Mágica Emi") é uma série de animé do género rapariga mágica, produzida pelo Studio Pierrot. O manga foi escrito por . (pt)
  • 《魔法之星爱美》(日语:魔法のスターマジカルエミ)是Studio Pierrot所製作的电视動畫作品,於1985年6月7日至翌年2月28日播放,是Pierrot魔法少女系列第三部作品。主角的配音由歌手小幡洋子担任。 (zh)
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  • Ai to Kanashi mino Karintō (en)
  • Aitsu no Suki na dansei Bokushingu (en)
  • Ame de Tanabata Fantajī (en)
  • Bīchi no besuto Kiddo (en)
  • Debyūmajikku! Mahō no sutā wa hōsō raibu!! (en)
  • Fushigi iro, hapinesu (en)
  • Ganbare! Dokidokigēmu (en)
  • Garasu koshi no Romansu (en)
  • Gomenne Mī-chan (en)
  • Hairando wa Torein - doko UFO no desu!? (en)
  • Himitsu no Sutaraifu (en)
  • Hōmu no Ec。 Puraimā natsuyasumi chū (en)
  • Karatto akikaze Kokoro moyō (en)
  • Kareha no Shawā (en)
  • Kateikyōshi ha 16 Sai (en)
  • Kawaii Hōmonsha (en)
  • Kaze ga Nokashita Kazaguruma (en)
  • Kibun hayurete gakuensai (en)
  • Kiken na shattāchansu (en)
  • Kitakaze Nihitoribocchi (en)
  • Kokubunji-san Satsujinjiken (en)
  • Kotemari-dai Hana no Sutēji (en)
  • Mahō no Hikari ni Yume wo (en)
  • Naka yoshi Fūfu no Gizagiza Moyō (en)
  • Natsu ha Hikari shoku no Memorī (en)
  • O Furoba de Dokkiri! (en)
  • Sayonara yumeiro Majishan (en)
  • Suteki Pawafuru Doraibā (en)
  • Suzu no Oto yomō Ichido (en)
  • Tameraino Kisetsu (en)
  • Tobe! Sunōdoragon (en)
  • Tsuki ga Ochire ba Yō ga Noboru (en)
  • Wain shoku no Pātei (en)
  • Watashi wa Bokushingu girai! (en)
  • Yuki keshiki . Yume no Kuni (en)
  • Yōsei no mori heyōkoso! (en)
  • himitsu no hoshi no mochikabu Shinings (en)
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  • Takashi Anno (en)
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  • Mahō no Sutā Majikaru Emi (en)
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  • Toru Horikoshi (en)
  • Minoru Ohno (en)
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  • After seeing a broadcast on UFOs, Mai and Misaki go by train to try and see one for themselves. On the long train ride, they meet a strange woman names Beebee, who claims to be an alien princess, and tells the siblings that the UFO has actually been looking for her. On the journey back, a sudden electrical storm causes the train to stop indefinitely, and a fight breaks out between some women on the train. Mai transforms into Emi to try and keep the peace, and manages to catch a glimpse into who Beebee really is: a singer who got stage fright and lost her confidence, giving up on her dream. As Emi, Mai reminds her that everyone gets stage fright, and encourages her. Later on, Beebee returns to Tokyo to continue chasing her dream, and Toppo reveals that the "UFO" was actually another one of his kind. (en)
  • Musashi enters a TV special called the Hell Game Challenge, an obstacle-course race, and asks Mai to be his partner. Although she refuses at first because Emi is set to appear at the same time, Mai agrees after being teased by her family and Shou. The pressure is put on Musashi though, as he is not very athletic, but also due to the fact that the show is being run by his father's rival. Musashi trains very hard in preparation, and Koganei attempts to pull some strings so that the show's directors will help out his son in the game. One of the competitors makes fun of Musashi, and tells him that, when [he] wins, he'll date Mai. Trouble arises in the game however when the competitor notices that Musashi is being helped by the staff, and threatens to quit since Musashi is cheating. When Musashi finds out what his father has orchestrated, he forfeits the game. (en)
  • A strange young boy shows up at a Magic Carat show, demanding to see Emi. Mai ignores him, but later that day, she sees him again, and the magical mirror starts to sparkle, indicating that the boy might be a fairy. That night, the boy breaks in to the house where the troupe, Shou, and Mai's grandparent's live, searching for Emi to no avail. After he's discovered and the ensuing chase to catch him, the boy reveals that he needs Emi to put some magic in a bottle for him. Mai obliges, and the boy runs off, proving once and for all that he's a fairy as he vanishes in a cloud of sparkling light. (en)
  • Although rising quickly in fame, Magical Emi is a bit of a mystery in the entertainment world, as her secret split identity makes it difficult to get any info on her. When Koganei proposes a 24-hour deep-dive into Emi's personal life for a TV special, Mai vehemently refuses. Koganei, not wanting to disappoint his boss, tricks Emi into doing the documentary by lying and saying it's a drama, forcing her to unknowingly show fans a completely dishonest interpretation of her life. When Emi inevitably finds out, she reluctantly allows the drama to continue, but luckily, Koganei's boss changes the editing to make the documentary about Koganei instead of Emi, allowing her to keep her secrecy. (en)
  • For the first time, Mai is given the chance to do her own solo magic performance at the Big Bang! After telling Musashi, he turns it into a school-wide event, encouraging everyone to come and support her. However, when Mai sees the venue, she realizes that she's actually performing on a small, separate set up, and not the Big Bang stage as she'd accidentally led her classmates to believe. When Mai tries to rectify the misunderstanding, she is unable to, which causes her so much stress that she develops a fever. Her mother decides to take up the set in her place, but Mai has a change of heart, and decides to give it her best after all. (en)
  • While getting ready for the Tanabata Festival, Misaki becomes aware of how clumsy his sister is, which seems to bother him. The two prepare their wishes, and Misaki refuses to tell anyone what he wrote. However, it rains on the day of the festival, causing the children to worry that their wishes will not be granted, as Orihime and Hikoboshi cannot meet without a clear sky. Misaki is greatly distressed by this, and despite everyone's efforts to cheer him up, he remains upset. Shou brings him to the Magic Carat show, where Emi, masquerading as Orihime, shows him a vision, and promises to grant his wish. It is then revealed that Misaki wished to become the World's Best Magician, as he believes his sister would be too clumsy to do it herself. (en)
  • Mai is excitedly practicing new tricks for the magic contest at the school festival, only to have her hopes dashed when she finds out that Emi is supposed to be judging. On the other hand, Shou has been tasked with both acting as a date for the boxing club captain's sister, and being Emi's bodyguard. Not knowing of Mai's split identity, Shou asks her to take his place guiding Emi around the school, which causes some tension when she notices that he's seemingly shirking his responsibility for a date. (en)
  • As the town readies for an oncoming typhoon, Mai meets a strange girl in the park, who seems to be able to control the wind! This mysterious girl, Shelley, is very powerful, but clumsy. Although Mai thinks she's an ordinary girl, Toppo worries that there's something off about her. On the day the typhoon hits, Shelley comes to the bakery to help out, and Toppo convinces Mai to transform into Emi and speak to her. Shelley reveals to Emi that she's actually a Wind Fairy, who was stranded in the human world due to the fact that she doesn't have enough magical power to return by herself. Because Emi is scheduled to do live magic in the storm, Shelley asks her to help her return home. (en)
  • Due to all her time spent playing around instead of studying, Mai has to rush to complete her summer homework and get her grades up, especially after her father ups the ante by forbidding her from doing magic until she's done. Mai's mother enlists Shou to tutor her, but Mai becomes restless when she finds out that Magic Carat will lose their TV spot if Emi misses the broadcast. When Shou leaves, Mai takes her chance to sneak out and transform, assumedly behind his back. However, Shou reveals to Emi that he'd actually advocated for Mai to her father, so that she could attend the show and stop worrying for Magic Carat. This brings the two a bit closer, and Mai seems to be developing feelings for him. (en)
  • After giving Yukiko permission to drive his new car, Kokobunji, Yukiko, Mai and Musashi end up being dangerously stalked by a freight truck due to Yukiko's reckless driving. Shou and the others try to catch up to them. (en)
  • After receiving a low-grade in Home Ec, Mai becomes acutely aware of the different standards that men and women are held to in society. The hypocrisy of the men in her life who will tell her she needs to be a perfect housewife, while still doing nothing useful for themselves, makes her furious, and this only intensifies when her mother falls ill due to her father's incessant demands. Mai takes over many of her mother's duties for the day, and truly begins to understand how difficult it is to be a woman and live under those heavy expectations. (en)
  • After a Magic Carat show, a teenage boy approaches Emi, and asks for a handshake. He reveals that he's a boxer, and thinks some of her luck will rub off on him and help him win his match. Mai attends the match with Shou, and she comes to hate boxing after seeing how hurt the competitors get. Mai/Emi begin to vocally oppose boxing for its brutality, and this aversion only strengthens when Shou decides to fight the undefeated boxer from earlier. (en)
  • When Magic Carat travels to a beach-side town for a summer performance, Mai makes friends with a group of local boys, and plays with them all day. (en)
  • At school, Shou becomes popular with the girls due to his boxing skills, but this also creates some tension with him and the other boxing team members, as Shou tends to come and go as he pleases . Eventually, the boxing club captain challenges Shou to a match, hoping to defuse the growing animosity the other club members feel towards Shou, and his perceived slacking. Unfortunately, Akira becomes sick, and with no one else to go to for help, Grandma and Grandpa Nakamori ask Shou to take his place in the Magic Carat show. Shou reluctantly asks his team captain for a two hour delay in the match, and, at the risk of losing his place in the club if he's late, the captain accepts. After performing, Shou and Mai race back to the school, just barely making it in time for him to fight the team captain. The match ends in a tie, and Shou agrees to practice with the team more regularly. (en)
  • When walking home from the store with her grandfather, time seems to stop for Mai when she notices a victorian-doll in an antique store window. Feeling as if the doll was calling out to her for some reason, Mai decides to purchase it, despite the store clerk's ominous statement that he "wouldn't recommend it". At home, Mai notices that the doll's reflection in the magical mirror is always crying, and--on her grandfather's advice--she sets out to listen to the doll's heart. When she connects with the doll's memories through the mirror, she sees the view from the antique store window, and a sailor doll sitting in the cafe opposite, which causes her doll to stop crying. Mai goes and retrieves the sailor doll, bringing the two together. When she does so, the spirits of two fairies transfer from the dolls into the magical mirror. (en)
  • When Misaki accidentally ruins a beloved apron that Mai made, she tells him that she hates him, and he later runs away after hearing her say that she wished he didn't exist. His disappearance causes everyone to band together and search for him across the city, and Mai blames herself for being so unforgiving. Meanwhile, Misaki wanders aimlessly, not wanting to go home and further upset his sister, who he loves. (en)
  • The Magic Carat troupe makes a summer trip to Firefly Valley, to visit Grandma Nakamori's cousin, a photographer named Tokuji. However, that night, a group of construction workers who have been building a hotel come to ask Magic Carat for their help in ridding the valley of some ghosts, who have driven off most of the construction workers. The troupe takes up the challenge, but are scared off when the ghosts really do appear. As they are running away, Mai trips and hits her head, and when she comes to, she discovers that Uncle Tokuji is behind the "haunting". Out of anger, Mai promises the workers that Emi will uncover the truth, and sets out the next night . After getting past the fake ghosts, Emi asks Tokuji why he would do such a thing, but is stopped short when the fireflies begin to glow around them. The construction workers decide not to disrupt such a beautiful area, so Tokuji can rest well knowing that his late wife's memory persists in the place she loved. (en)
  • With Emi's recent rise in popularity, Koganei decides to expand her audience by having her debut as an idol instead of as a regular entertainer. A brief misunderstanding however has Grandma Nakamori believing that everyone will be singing, not just Emi. When the misunderstanding is revealed, Emi refuses to sing without the other Magic Carat members. Koganei begs her to debut alone in order to save his reputation, which troubles her greatly. Eventually, Mai comes up with an idea where she'll still be the main focus, but all of the troupe members can still be involved. (en)
  • Koganei becomes depressed after dropping a special keepsake of his, a bell, which causes it to stop ringing. When Mai asks him what's wrong, he explains that the bell is a precious memento of his first love, a girl named Taeko who he met one year as a child, and that ringing the bell reminds him of her, and the short time they spent together. Incredibly, during a children's audition, Koganei sees a little girl who looks a lot like Taeko, and realizes that she is her daughter. Although he doesn't have the nerve to speak to Taeko again after so long, Mai approaches her and explains things for him. Unfortunately, Taeko doesn't remember, so Mai, as Emi, alters her performance to remind her of the time she and Koganei spent together as children. (en)
  • Susumu is scolded for making a mistake during a Magic Carat performance, and loses his confidence as a result. The other troupe members experience similar self-confidence issues, but things really fall apart when Susumu quits Magic Carat, and leaves their house. Mai's Grandparents discuss disbanding Magic Carat as a result, although the other members vehemently refuse. Eventually, Susumu, having thoroughly reassessed his mistake, returns home, and things return to normal. (en)
  • Mai's classmate , Musashi invites Mai to go see a romance movie with him after school. Although she initially does not want to go, some teasing from Shou changes her mind. In the packed theatre, Mai sees an old woman being pushed around by the crowd, and offers her seat for the woman to have. Noticing this act of kindness, a man goes to stand with Mai, allowing her to use his briefcase as a step-stool so she can see over the crowd. As a thank you, Mai gives the man two tickets to Magic Carat. A later scene with Koganei and the mystery man reveals that he is actually the director of the movie, and Koganei tries to persuade him into casting Emi in an upcoming film. At the Magic Carat show, Emi notices the mystery man in the crowd, and gives him a bouquet and a wink, which makes the man furious, as he believes she's doing it in hopes of swaying him. Emi, however, is oblivious to this, and remains confused and a bit angry herself at his reaction to what she meant as a simple kind gesture. Koganei gets the two to sit down and talk things out together. (en)
  • As Emi begins to reach a respectable level of fame in the entertainment industry, Koganei becomes worried when a popular tabloid reporter, Kawagoe, takes interest in her. Fearing a scandal, Koganei demands that Emi and Shou stop spending time together, in hopes of reducing the chances that their relationship will be misrepresented by the media. Just when they think that they're in the clear, Kawagoe makes it known that he plans on getting that shot, no matter what. Instead of laying back and waiting it out, Emi and the others take the paparazzi on a wild goose chase. (en)
  • After being observed by a television producer at their performance, Magic Carat is given the opportunity to appear on television regularly--assuming their first live show goes well, that is. However, things get a bit dicey as Mai is expected to be at the movies with her parents and baby brother at the time of the broadcast, and can't think of an excuse to get out of her family outing without revealing her hidden identity. Will she make it in time? (en)
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  • I Hate Boxing! (en)
  • I'm Sorry, Mii-chan (en)
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  • Star Festival Fantasy In The Rain (en)
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  • إيمي السحرية، النجمة الساحرة (魔法のスターマジカルエミ ماهو نو ستار ماجيكارو إيمي) هو أنمي من نوع الفتاة الساحرة من إنتاج إستديو بيرو. وكانت آنذاك تصدر على أنها مانغا للمؤلف . وهو المسلسل الثالث من نوع الفتاة الساحرة الذي يقوم الإستديو بإنتاجه، ويحتوي على مقاطع أوفا كما يظهر في أوفا كريمي مامي الملاك السحري. (ar)
  • Emi magique (魔法のスターマジカルエミ, Mahō no sutā majikaru Emi, litt. Emi magique la star de la magie) est une série d'animation japonaise du genre magical girl, en 38 épisodes de 22 minutes, créée en 1985. (fr)
  • Magical Emi, the Magic Star (魔法のスターマジカルエミ, Mahō no Sutā Majikaru Emi) is a magical girl anime series by Studio Pierrot. It was simultaneously released as a manga by Kiyoko Arai. The third magical girl series created by Studio Pierrot, Magical Emi also appears in two feature-length OVAs, as well as the Adesugata Mahou no Sannin Musume and Majokko Club Yoningumi A-Kukan Kara no Alien X OVAs. (en)
  • 『魔法のスターマジカルエミ』(まほうのスター マジカルエミ)は、日本テレビ(NNN・NNS)系列で1985年6月7日から1986年2月28日まで全38話が放送されたテレビアニメ。 (ja)
  • 마법의 스타 매지컬 에미는 스튜디오 피에로가 제작한 TV 애니메이션 시리즈이다. 1985년 6월 7일부터 1986년 2월 28일까지 닛폰 TV에서 총 38화로 방영되었다. 대한민국에서는 《요술가족》이라는 제목으로 대영팬더 비디오로 출시되었다. (ko)
  • Magical Emi, the Magic Star (яп. 魔法のスターマジカルエミ Волшебная звезда Магическая Эми) — третий японский махо-сёдзё аниме-сериал, созданный студией Pierrot. Параллельно выпускалась манга, иллюстрированная Киёко Арай. Было выпущено всего 3 тома. Позже после успеха аниме-сериала были выпущены 3 самостоятельные OVA-серии в 1986 и 2002 годах. (ru)
  • Mahō no Star Magical Emi (魔法のスターマジカルエミ Mahō no Sutā Majikaru Emi?, lit. "Estrela Mágica - A Mágica Emi") é uma série de animé do género rapariga mágica, produzida pelo Studio Pierrot. O manga foi escrito por . (pt)
  • 《魔法之星爱美》(日语:魔法のスターマジカルエミ)是Studio Pierrot所製作的电视動畫作品,於1985年6月7日至翌年2月28日播放,是Pierrot魔法少女系列第三部作品。主角的配音由歌手小幡洋子担任。 (zh)
  • Magica magica Emi (魔法のスターマジカルエミ Mahō no sutā Majikaru Emi?, lett. "La stella della magia Magical Emi") è un anime mahō shōjo, prodotto dallo Studio Pierrot e trasmesso in Giappone su Nippon Television tra il giugno 1985 e il febbraio 1986. In Italia è stato trasmesso su Italia 1 tra l'agosto e l'ottobre 1986. La serie gode anche di una trasposizione manga, distribuita dalla Shogakukan parallelamente alla trasmissione, e di tre OAV. (it)
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  • ماهو نو ستار ماجيكارو إيمي (ar)
  • Magical Emi, the Magic Star (en)
  • Emi magique (fr)
  • 魔法のスターマジカルエミ (ja)
  • 마법의 스타 매지컬 에미 (ko)
  • Magica magica Emi (it)
  • Mahō no Star Magical Emi (pt)
  • Maho no Star Magical Emi (ru)
  • 魔法之星爱美 (zh)
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  • Mahō no Star Magical Emi Finale! Finale! (en)
  • Mahō no Star Magical Emi Semishigure (en)
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