Candy Candy: The Movie (1992)

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Left on an orphanage porch, Candice White (Candy for short) always longed for parents. She watched as all the other children were adopted and her friends were taken away from her. Eventually, she gets adopted, but a child to love was not what her foster parent wanted; rather, Candy is to become a playmate for her step-sister Eliza. Eliza has no intentions of being friends with a commoner, however, and together with her brother they have made it their job to make Candy as miserable as possible.
Rating:
NR
Genre:
Animation , Anime & Manga , Art House & International
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Audience Reviews for Candy Candy: The Movie

I cried my little eyes out with this anime when I was 10 and still cry my eyes out. Beautiful story. Plus I love the manga. The Japanese are masochists. I want Terry Grandchester!!!

Dyana Alvarez
Dyana Alvarez

Grandest movie Enjoy anime/manga to the fullest good or bad sad or funny they get plus stars in my book

Venieza The Only 1
Venieza The Only 1

I've seen the series when I was little. I always loved it. First thing: this OVA is too condensed. They readapt scenes to fit the 26 minutes of it. All in all, it doesn't do justice to so rich a series as the original one was. It starts when Candy's found in Pony Orphanage and ends when she meets her first love, Anthony. Second observation: it was unnecessary to change Annie's hair color. She was brunette. Why turn her into a blonde. Candy's a blonde already! What's wrong with diversity? There's a scene near the end that made me cry though. It was very beautiful! Still, I preffer to have the chance to own the whole original series in the future. That one was the classic Masterpiece!!

Eunice Madera
Eunice Madera

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