Poll Suggestion: IMDb Poll Board Member's First Anime...! PARTS I AND II.

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PART I.
Which of these introductory anime series* would you recommend to others unfamiliar/inexperienced with this style of animated TV series?

LISThttps://www.imdb.com/list/ls092922214/
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PART II.
Which of these introductory anime feature films* would you recommend to others unfamiliar/inexperienced with this style of animated feature films?

LISThttps://www.imdb.com/list/ls092924399/
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If you are making a nomination for either list, please mention whether you watched it the original Japanese; subtitled into your preferred language; or dubbed into your preferred language.

*List compiled of anime titles from participating IMDb poll members and the series or feature films/(TV movies/Direct to Video Features can count) that first introduced them to the genre.
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  • peeps should be enjoying more anime dang nabbit!

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Series would be Doraemon (1979) and it was Japanese and dubbed in my language Indonesian.

Movie would be Princess Mononoke (1997) and it was in Japanese with English subtitle
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Both added.

A Hayao Miyazaki film as your first anime feature film? What a very perfect start. And one of his best as well? Sweet!


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Its probably not exactly my first but it was the one I remembered well. 

Hayao Miyazaki is a brilliant director. Look at that Spirited Away and Howl's Moving Castle! I'm just blown! 

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I just saw the list about Doraemon (Watched in original Japanese with Indonesian subtitles), I was wrong, it was dubbed in Indonesian so no subtitles. Thanks
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Easy fix.
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Saint Seiya was a big influence for me as a kid, and I dare to say it was the introduction to Anime to my whole generation in Mexico, if not in Latin America. I saw others, but they did not have the cultural impact of this one.

I have seen very few Anime feature films, I don't know exactly which one went first, but it definitively was a Saint Seiya film, probably the first one there was
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Both options were added to their respective links.

Were either dubbed in Spanish or subtitled? Or...? Just curious about these small details.
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Saint Seiya was a big influence for me as a kid

Me too! I remembered to wait patiently until they arrived in Virgo, because its my star sign lol