Precure All Stars DX the Dance Live♥: Miracle Dance Stage e Youkoso

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Fantasy, Magic, Music, Shoujo
Precure All Stars DX the Dance Live♥: Miracle Dance Stage e Youkoso

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OVA (1 ep.)
2011-11-25

Alternative Titles

ja:プリキュアオールスターズDX the DANCE LIVE♥ ~ミラクルダンスステージへようこそ~

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Synopsis

Precure All-Stars DX the Dance Live: Miracle Dance Stage e Youkoso is an all-in-3D dance production featuring the Pretty Cures from seasons Futari wa Pretty Cure Max Heart through to Suite Pretty Cure♪ (sans Cure Muse).

The production lasts for 10 minutes, and is done entirely in stereoscopic 3D, featuring a medley of songs from the different DX movies, as well as some brand new songs. The dance production itself was released in movie theatres on 5 August 2011, accompanied by the release of a brand new single, Pretty Cure All Stars 3D Theatre Theme Song Single. The movie starts when a pink shooting star falls down from the night sky and soughts out a toy store, striking one of the Cure Dolls of Melody on display. The Melody Doll comes alive, freeing herself from her box. Jumping to the floor, she explores the toy store when she hears the noise of a crowd coming from outside. Running out of the store, she discovers a huge TV screen which reflects a "real-life" image of herself. Playing around with it, she is soon joined by a Cure Doll of Rhythm. The two spot Hummy, waiting several floors down on the dance floor, who waved at them and sends up two rainbow keyboards to the Cure Dolls. Nodding to each other, the two slide down the keyboard onto the dance floor, and the concert began. The concert ends with a shot of the huge TV screen shown during the introduction. The 3 Suite♪ Cures are seen smiling and waving at the audience, and as the shot zoomed out, the 3 Cure Dolls are shown at the bottom of the screen.

(Source: Pretty Cure Wiki)

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Characters

Megumi Toyoguchi
Megumi Toyoguchi
Japanese
Fumie Mizusawa
Fumie Mizusawa
Japanese
Monica Volpe
Monica Volpe
Italian
Ami Koshimizu
Ami Koshimizu
Japanese
Rie Tanaka
Rie Tanaka
Japanese
Maria Letizia Scifoni
Maria Letizia Scifoni
Italian
Yong Sin Lee
Yong Sin Lee
Korean
Yukana
Yukana
Japanese
Julia Meynen
Julia Meynen
German
Monica Vulcano
Monica Vulcano
Italian
Nallely Solís
Nallely Solís
Spanish
Hummy
Main
Kotono Mitsuishi
Kotono Mitsuishi
Japanese
REMI
REMI
Japanese
Akiko Nakagawa
Akiko Nakagawa
Japanese
Benedetta Ponticelli
Benedetta Ponticelli
Italian
Ji Yeong Lee
Ji Yeong Lee
Korean
Houko Kuwashima
Houko Kuwashima
Japanese
Tatiana Dessi
Tatiana Dessi
Italian
Fumiko Orikasa
Fumiko Orikasa
Japanese
Ai Maeda
Ai Maeda
Japanese
Gye Yun Lee
Gye Yun Lee
Korean
Rachele Paolelli
Rachele Paolelli
Italian
Ai Nagano
Ai Nagano
Japanese
Chae Eon Han
Chae Eon Han
Korean
Eleonora Reti
Eleonora Reti
Italian
Eri Sendai
Eri Sendai
Japanese
Valentina Mari
Valentina Mari
Italian
Kanae Oki
Kanae Oki
Japanese
Emanuela Damasio
Emanuela Damasio
Italian
Seo Yeong Kim
Seo Yeong Kim
Korean
Atsuko Enomoto
Atsuko Enomoto
Japanese
Hye Ok Jeong
Hye Ok Jeong
Korean
Joy Saltarelli
Joy Saltarelli
Italian
Eri Kitamura
Eri Kitamura
Japanese
Soyeon
Soyeon
Korean
Valentina Favazza
Valentina Favazza
Italian
Youko Honna
Youko Honna
Japanese
Chio Su Ping
Chio Su Ping
English
Tanya Kahana
Tanya Kahana
German
Mi Sook Jeong
Mi Sook Jeong
Korean
Yuuko Sanpei
Yuuko Sanpei
Japanese
Marieve Herington
Marieve Herington
English
Monica Bertolotti
Monica Bertolotti
Italian
Yeo Jin Yun
Yeo Jin Yun
Korean
Junko Takeuchi
Junko Takeuchi
Japanese
Gaia Bolognesi
Gaia Bolognesi
Italian
Seon Hye Kim
Seon Hye Kim
Korean
Orie Kimoto
Orie Kimoto
Japanese
Eva Padoan
Eva Padoan
Italian
Yuka Komatsu
Yuka Komatsu
Japanese
Benedetta Degli Innocenti
Benedetta Degli Innocenti
Italian
Nana Mizuki
Nana Mizuki
Japanese
Joy Saltarelli
Joy Saltarelli
Italian
Mariya Ise
Mariya Ise
Japanese
Mun Ja Choi
Mun Ja Choi
Korean
Aya Hisakawa
Aya Hisakawa
Japanese
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