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===Printed media===
A novel adaptation of the anime written by [[Mari Okada]] was serialized in [[Media Factory]]'s ''Da Vinci'' magazine between the March and July 2011 issues. The first of two volumes were published under Media Factory's MF Bunko Da Vinci [[imprint (trade name)|imprint]] on July 25, 2011.<ref>{{cytuj stronę|url=http://www.mediafactory.co.jp/c000051/archives/028/005/28574.html| tytuł =あの日見た花の名前を僕達はまだ知らない。上|trans_title=Anohana: The Flower We Saw That Day (volume 1)|opublikowany=[[Media Factory]]|accessdatedata dostępu=May 10, 2012|język=ja}}</ref> A [[manga]] adaptation illustrated by Mitsu Izumi began serialization in the May 2012 issue of [[Shueisha]]'s ''[[Jump Square]]'' magazine from April 4, 2012 and ended in March 2013, compiled in three volumes.<ref>{{cytuj stronę|url=http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2012-02-29/anohana-anime-gets-manga-in-jump-square-magazine|titletytuł=''AnoHana'' Anime Gets Manga in Jump Square Magazine|opublikowany=[[Anime News Network]]|datedata=February 29, 2012|accessdatedata dostępu=March 30, 2012}}</ref>
 
The novel and manga abbreviate the story a bit. For example, Menma in print 'shows' herself to her friends at the barbecue corresponding to anime episode 4, by lighting and waving a sparkler, earlier than the anime's episode 8.
 
===Film pełnometrażowy===
An anime film, subtitled {{Nihongo|'''''Menma e no Tegami'''''|めんまへの手紙}}, was released in Japanese theaters on August 31, 2013.<ref>{{cytuj stronę|url=http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2013-03-25/anohana-film-august-31-date-2nd-key-visual-revealed|titletytuł=''Anohana'' Film's August 31 Date, 2nd Key Visual Revealed|opublikowany=[[Anime News Network]]|datedata=March 25, 2013|accessdatedata dostępu=March 25, 2013}}</ref> The film is set during school summer break a year after the anime. The surviving Super Peace Busters have agreed to each write a letter to Menma, then meet at the secret base to send those letters. Chiriko Tsurumi wrote her letter first and calls to remind and encourage the others. During the film there are many memory bits of the joys and trauma they went through and flashbacks, many to the events in the anime series, some new or expanding on what was previously shown. Appearing one year afterwards are the five surviving Super Peace Busters, Menma's brother Satoshi, her mother Irene, and the owner of the game store where Jinta works. Jinta's father is shown in a flashback set after the anime series. The film's theme song is {{Nihongo|"Circle Game"|サークルゲーム}} by Galileo Galilei.<ref name="ANN1">{{cytuj stronę|url=http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2013-05-30/galileo-galilei-to-perform-anohana-film-theme-song|titletytuł=Galileo Galilei to Perform ''Anohana'' Film's Theme Song|opublikowany=[[Anime News Network]]|datedata=May 30, 2013|accessdatedata dostępu=June 3, 2013}}</ref><ref>{{cytuj stronę|url=http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2012-08-05/anohana/the-flower-we-saw-that-day-gets-film-next-summer|titletytuł=''anohana: The Flower We Saw That Day'' Gets Film Next Summer|opublikowany=[[Anime News Network]]|datedata=August 5, 2012|accessdatedata dostępu=August 5, 2012}}</ref> The song is also used for an alternate opening for the anime's rerun on noitaminA starting in July 2013.<ref name="ANN1" />
 
===Nagrody===
 
===Reception===
The film grossed [[US$]]10.2 million and was the 14th highest-grossing anime film in Japan in 2013.<ref>{{cytuj stronę |url= http://www.filmbiz.asia/news/the-asian-films-driving-global-box-office|titletytuł= The Asian films driving global box office|opublikowany= [[Film Business Asia]]|datedata= May 16, 2014|accessdatedata dostępu= May 17, 2014}}</ref>
 
{{Przypisy}}
In December 2006 ''The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya'' anime adaptation was the most popular anime series in Japan at that time according to ''[[Newtype USA]]'' magazine.<ref>{{Cytuj | tytuł = Big in Japan | data = December 2006 | opis = Newtype USA | issn = 1541-4817 | wydanie = 12 (5) <!-- nieprzetłumaczone parametry: | page = 97 -->}}</ref> The first two volumes had sold 70,000 and 90,000 units respectively as of August 2006.<ref>{{Cytuj | url = http://www.animenewsservice.com/archives/septx.htm | tytuł = Haruhi Suzumiya DVD Sales Good | data dostępu = 2006-12-23 | data = August 29, 2006 | opis = Anime News Service}}</ref> It was also fifth in [[IGN]]'s "Top Ten Anime of 2007" feature.<ref>{{Cytuj | url = http://anime.ign.com/articles/843/843118p2.html | tytuł = The Top Ten Anime of 2007 | data dostępu = February 26, 2011 | wydawca = [[IGN]] | data = December 22, 2007 | autor = Isler, Ramsey}}</ref> A 2006 online poll of Japan's top 100 favorite animated television series of all time, conducted by [[TV Asahi]], placed the series in fourth place.<ref>{{Cytuj | url = http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2006-10-13/japans-favorite-tv-anime | tytuł = Japan's Favorite TV Anime | data dostępu = 2006-12-23 | data = October 13, 2006 | opis = [[Anime News Network]]}}</ref> By the end of 2007 the seventh installment of the series sold 45,000 units.<ref>{{Cytuj | url = http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2008-01-01/best-selling-anime-of-2007 | tytuł = Japanese Animation DVD Ranking: Top 20 DVDs of 2007 | data dostępu = 2008-01-05 | wydawca = Anime News Network | data = January 1, 2008}}</ref> The anime adaptation won the [[Animation Kobe#TV Feature Award|Animation Kobe Award for TV Feature]] in 2006.<ref>{{Cytuj | url = http://www.anime-kobe.jp/archive/index2.htm | tytuł = The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya wins the Animation Kobe Award for TV Feature in 2006 | data dostępu = 2007-08-07 | archiwum = http://web.archive.org/web/20070820014253/http://www.anime-kobe.jp/archive/index2.htm | zarchiwizowano = 2007-08-20 <!-- nieprzetłumaczone parametry: | language = Japanese -->}}</ref> At the Sixth Annual Tokyo Anime Awards, the series won the category "Best TV Anime Series" and Aya Hirano won the "Voice Acting Award."<ref>{{Cytuj | url = http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2007-03-19/results-anime-awards | tytuł = Results of 6th Annual Tokyo Anime Awards Out | data dostępu = 2007-04-18 | data = March 19, 2007 | opis = Anime News Network}}</ref><ref>{{Cytuj | url = http://animeanime.jp/news/archives/2007/03/_316.html | tytuł = Tokyo Anime Awards Decision; ''Haruhi'', ''Code Geass'', etc. (3/16) | data dostępu = 2007-12-18 | data = March 16, 2007}}</ref> Its spin-offs, ''The Melancholy of Haruhi-chan Suzumiya'' and ''Nyorōn Churuya-san'', won the Network award at the 14th [[Animation Kobe]] Awards.<ref>{{Cytuj | url = http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2009-09-04/wall-e-eden-of-the-east-haruhi-chan-win-anime-kobe-awards | tytuł = ''WALL-E'', ''Eden of the East'', ''Haruhi-chan'' Win Anime Kobe Awards | data dostępu = 2009-09-07 | wydawca = [[Anime News Network]] | data = 2009-09-04}}</ref>
 
At Anime Expo 2008, the series received several awards by the Society for the Promotion of Japanese Animation. Sugita won an award for Best Voice Actor (Japanese), Hirano for Best Voice Actress (Japanese), Kaeko Sakamoto for Best Casting Director, Shoko Ikeda for Best Character Design, Haruhi Suzumiya for Best Character Design, and "Hare Hare Yukai" for Best Original Song.<ref>{{citeytuj press releasestronę | url = http://community.anime-expo.org/topic/9398-anime-expoa®-2008-announces-the-2008-spja-award-winners/ | titletytuł = Anime Expo® 2008 Announces the 2008 SPJA Award Winners | publisherwydawca=[[Anime Expo]]|datedata =July 9, 2008|accessdatedata dostępu=September 28, 2014}}</ref>
 
===Cultural impact===
 
 
Ben Browder joined the cast after Richard Dean Anderson's departure from ''Stargate SG-1'' in 2005. From the beginning, producer [[Robert C. Cooper]] wanted Mitchell to be a "super fan" of SG-1 who is openly enthusiastic about exploring the galaxy.<ref name=findtruth>{{citecytuj webstronę |lastnazwisko=Perenson |firstimię=Melissa |url=http://stage.scifi.co.uk/blog/interview-1/ben-browder-and-michael-shanks/ |titletytuł=Ben Browder and Michael Shanks find Truth in a new straight-to-DVD Stargate SG-1 movie |publisheropublikowany=scifi.com |datedata=March 10, 2008 |accessdatedata dostępu=2010-10-05}}</ref><ref name=ac901>{{cite video |people=[[Robert C. Cooper|Cooper, Robert C.]] and [[Andy Mikita|Mikita, Andy]] |date=2006 |title=Audio Commentary for "[[Avalon (Stargate SG-1)|Avalon]]" (Part 1) |medium= DVD &ndash; Stargate SG-1: Season 9 |publisher=[[MGM]]}}</ref> Mitchell is often at the center of the action and fight sequences.<ref name=gw_action>{{citecytuj webstronę |lastnazwisko=Read |firstimię=David |url=http://www.gateworld.net/interviews/action_man.shtml |titletytuł=Action Man &ndash; GateWorld talks with Ben Browder |workpraca=[[GateWorld]] |datedata=March 2008 |accessdatedata dostępu=2009-02-19}}</ref> The producers did not realize the physical resemblance between Browder and Michael Shanks when Browder was cast, and employed make-up and costuming techniques to make the transition easier for the audience.<ref name=ac904>{{cite video |people=[[Will Waring|Waring, Will]], [[Joseph Mallozzi|Mallozzi, Joseph]] and [[Martin Gero|Gero, Martin]] |date=2006 |title=Audio Commentary for "[[The Ties That Bind (Stargate SG-1)|The Ties That Bind]]" |medium= DVD &ndash; Stargate SG-1: Season 9 |publisher=[[MGM]]}}</ref> The writers' decision to put Mitchell in command of SG-1 instead of Carter was met with resistance by some critics and audience members.<ref>{{citecytuj webstronę |lastnazwisko=Read |firstimię=David |url=http://www.gateworld.net/interviews/workin_man.shtml |titletytuł=Workin' Man &ndash; GateWorld talks with Ben Browder |workpraca=[[GateWorld]] |datedata=January 2006 |accessdatedata dostępu=2009-02-19}}</ref><ref name=gw_looking>{{citecytuj webstronę |authorautor=Denise (Skydiver) |url=http://www.gateworld.net/interviews/looking_backward_looking_f.shtml |titletytuł=Looking Backward, Looking Forward &ndash; GateWorld talks with Amanda Tapping |workpraca=[[GateWorld]] |datedata=January 2007 |accessdatedata dostępu=2009-03-01}}</ref>
 
 
! width=33% | Description/role
|-
| '''Vern Alberts''' || [[Bill Nikolai]] || Seasons 3&ndash;43–4, 7 (7 episodes) || SGC technician.
|-
| '''Elliot''' || [[Courtenay J. Stevens]] || Season 5 (3 episodes) || Lieutenant, see '''[[Martouf]]'''.
| '''Louis Ferretti''' || [[French Stewart]], [[Brent Stait]] || ''[[Stargate (film)|Stargate]]''; season 1 (3<!--counting "Children of the Gods" as 2--> episodes)|| USAF officer who participated in the first expedition through the Stargate.
|-
| '''Janet Fraiser''' || [[Teryl Rothery]] || Seasons 1&ndash;71–7, 9 (75 episodes) || Chief Medical Officer of the SGC.
|-
| '''Griff''' || [[Russell Ferrier]] || Season 4 (3 episodes) || Captain, later promoted to Major, leader of SG-2.
|-
| '''Walter Harriman''' ('''Norman Davis''') || [[Gary Jones (actor)|Gary Jones]] || Seasons 1&ndash;101–10 (108 episodes); ''[[Stargate Atlantis|Atlantis]]'' || SGC technician usually operating the Stargate.
|-
| '''Charles Kawalsky''' || [[John Diehl (actor)|John Diehl]], [[Jay Acovone]] || ''[[Stargate (film)|Stargate]]''; seasons 1&ndash;31–3, 8 (6<!--counting "Children of the Gods" as 2--> episodes) || USAF officer who participated in the first expedition through the Stargate, and later leader of SG-2.
|-
| '''Carolyn Lam''' || [[Lexa Doig]] || Seasons 9&ndash;109–10 (11 episodes) || Chief medical officer of the SGC and daughter of Hank Landry.
|-
| '''Bill Lee''' || [[Bill Dow]] || Seasons 4, 6&ndash;106–10 (20 episodes); ''[[Stargate Atlantis|Atlantis]]'' || A civilian scientist and engineer at the SGC.
|-
| '''Robert Makepeace''' || [[Steve Makaj]] || Seasons 1&ndash;31–3 (5 episodes) || Leader of SG-3.
|-
| '''McKenzie''' || [[Eric Schneider (actor)|Eric Schneider]] || Seasons 1, 3, 5 (4 episodes) || Doctor at the SGC.
|-
| '''Pierce''' || [[Rob Lee]] || Seasons 4&ndash;64–6, 8 (6 episodes) || Captain, later promoted to Major, leader of SG-15.
|-
| '''Reynolds''' || [[Eric Breker]] || Seasons 2, 5, 7&ndash;107–10 (16 episodes) || Major, later promoted to Colonel, leader of SG-16 and SG-3.
|-
| '''Robert Rothman''' || [[Jason Schombing]] || Seasons 3&ndash;43–4 (3 episodes) || SGC scientist.
|-
| '''Siler''' || [[Dan Shea (actor)|Dan Shea]] || Seasons 1&ndash;101–10 (42 episodes) || Sergeant, technician at the SGC.
|-
| '''Graham Simmons''' || [[Tobias Mehler]] || Seasons 2, 6 (5 episodes) || USAF Lieutenant.
|-
| '''Technician''' || [[Laara Sadiq]] || Seasons 1&ndash;41–4 (14 episodes) || SGC technician usually operating the Stargate.
|-
| '''Warner''' || [[Kevin McNulty (actor)|Kevin McNulty]] || Seasons 1&ndash;31–3 (4 episodes) || Doctor at the SGC.
|-
| '''Elizabeth Weir''' || [[Jessica Steen]], [[Torri Higginson]], [[Michelle Morgan (actress)|Michelle Morgan]], [[Holly Dignard]] || Seasons 7, 8, 10 (5 episodes); ''[[Stargate Atlantis|Atlantis]]'' (main) || Civilian SGC commander.
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