Tamarro Forever presents...
The analysis of "Nadia" first trailer ever !


This section is pretty similar to the "Sequences you've never seen" one. In fact, here you'll find comments and images of the very first (I suppose, at least) trailer of the series! Characters, backgrounds and details aren't still defined at 100%; colors are different and cels are rougher than the one which appeare on the definitive version. Finally, there are a few never seen sequences as well, including the first meeting between Nadia, Jean and Marie and a very dark Captain Nemo...


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Grandis
Here's Grandis, as she appears in the trailer: she's almost the same in all but the colour of her hair & dress. Please note that, even if the frames below seem the same, they're not (that means they had to remake the entire sequence).

Trailer

 

Official version (taken from Ep1)

 

 

The girl at the Eiffel Tower
Nadia was slightly modified as well. The cel on the right is much more detailed, with a lot of shadings and a few chromatic changes. Curious how Nadia's left hair-clasp disappears...And it's not the only time it happens...

Trailer

 

Official version (taken from Ep1)

 

 

Nadia - 2
Another little difference between the trailer and the final version: the bows on Nadia's shoulders are black and not purple.

Trailer

 

Official version (taken from Ep1)

 

 

The Nautilus
In the trailer, the Nautilus is a bit different. In fact, at the bottom of it, there's a hemisphere studded with portholes (below, on the right) that, in the final version, appears  in episode 4 but not, for example, in episode 10 (below, on the left). It could appear/disappear a lot of times in the series, but I didn't check. Also, please note that, in the trailer, the name of the submarine is written in its hull, at bow.  

Trailer (above) and official version (Ep10- below)

 

Trailer (above) and official version (Ep4- below)

 


PART 1 - PART 2 - PART 3



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Thanks SO much to Erik for his patience, the images and lots of notes!