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Precure Film’s Healin Good Trailer Releases: Film Story and Everything You Need To Know

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Izumi Todo developed a Japenese magical girl anime franchise, Pretty Cure, popularly knows as PreCure and PC. The movie is about the girls who are magical and known as Pretty Cure who fights against the evil forces. It was produced by Ashani Broadcasting Corporation, Asatsu-DK and Toei Animation. Furthermore, the anime has a total of 800 episodes and it was first premiered in February 2004 named Futari wa Pretty Cure.

Precure Film's Healin Good Trailer Releases: Film Story and Everything You Need To Know

A TV Asahi’s Sunday Morning Children’s Television Block has begun premiering a recent version Healin’ Good PreCure. The trailer of the same is out on YouTube. It is listed as the 18th Animation movie of Toei Animation of the franchise.

Healin’ Good: Release date and other information

The trailer previews the story. Ryota Nakamura is the director of the episode and the movie will be airing in Japan on March 20, 2021. The script of the movie is written by Ryunosuke Kingetsu, the music is composed by Shiho Terada, the design of the character and also the anime director is Katsumi Tamegai. Moreover, Ryuutarou Masuda is an art design in-charge and the movie has two art directors Yukaki Ogawa and Yoshito Watanabe.

Precure Film's Healin Good Trailer Releases: Film Story and Everything You Need To Know

Yes! Precure 5 GoGo! tv anime’s character Cure Aqua, Cure Mint, Milky Rose, Cure Rouge, Cure Lemonade, and Cure Dream will be starred in Healin’ Good Precure. According to some sources, these anime tv series will be collected into a movie in 2021. So the first sequel of the Yes! Precure 5 was premiered from February 2007- January 2008 and later on another sequel premiered from February 2008 to January 2009.

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The 17th Precure anime movie of Toei’s Animation will be aired on TV Asahi and ABC TV in Japan, in the month of February.

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