Himitsu no Akko-chan (TV)

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[ adapted from Himitsu no Akko-chan (manga) ]

Related anime:
    Himitsu no Akko-chan (TV 2) (remake)
      Himitsu no Akko-chan (TV 3) (remake)
      Himitsu no Akko-chan (movie) (sequel)
        Himitsu no Akko-chan: Umi da! Obake da!! Natsu Matsuri (movie) (sequel)

Alternative title:
Czarodziejskie Zwierciadełko (Polish) 
Lo specchio magico (Italian) 
Los Secretos de Julie (Spanish) 
Secret Akko-chan 
The Magic Mirror 
ひみつのアッコちゃん (Japanese) 
Genres: magic 
Themes: magical girl 
Objectionable content: None 
Plot Summary: Akko and her mother have been living together since their father became the captain of a luxurious cruiser. One day, Atsuko accidentally broke her favourite mirror. She made a grave for it. On the same night, the sky brightens and Akko recieves a gift, a compact mirror, from the mirror spirit for her kind-heartedness. Whenever she sings the magic words, the magical compact mirror will alow her to transform into anything she hopes to be. 
Running time: half hour per episode 
Number of episodes: 94 
Episode titles: We have 94
Vintage:
1969-01-06 to 1970-10-26 
1984-09-03 (Italy) 
Opening Theme:
"Himitsu no Akko-chan" by Kyoko Okada 
Ending Theme:
"Sukisuki Song" by Ado Mizumori 
Official website:
Toei Animation (Japanese) 
Links: We have 2
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Original creator: Fujio Akatsuka 
Assistant Director: Isao Takahata 
Key Animation: Hayao Miyazaki (eps 44, 61) 
Planning: Kenji Yokoyama 
Production manager: Sadamitsu Matsumoto 
Sound Effects: Noriyoshi Oohira 
Theme Song Lyrics: Hisashi Inoue (OP, ED) 
Theme Song Performance:
Ado Mizumori (ending) 
Kyoko Okada (OP) 
Yoshiko Ohta as Akko 

Chieko Honda as Tsukiko Takei 
Hiroko Kikuchi as
Goma 
Morita-sensei 
Hiroko Maruyama as
Chikako 
George 
Rabbit A 
Hiroshi Ohtake as Daisho 
Ichirô Murakoshi as Akko's Papa 
Keiko Yamamoto as Yohta 
Mahito Tsujimura as
Daisho's Father 
Moko's Father 
Masako Nozawa as Tonko 
Naoko Takahashi as Moriyama-sensei 
Reiko Seno as Akko's Mother 
Ritsuo Sawa as Man 
Tetsuya Kaji as
George's Father 
Professor Matsumoto 
Japanese companies
Broadcaster: TV Asahi 
Production: Toei Animation 
Spanish staff
Spanish cast
Music Director: Jorge Roig (ED) 
Theme Song Lyrics: Jorge Roig (ED) 
Theme Song Performance: Rocio Garcel (ED) 
Marta Sáinz as Akko Nagami(Spain dub) 
Spanish companies
(none)
Italian staff
Italian cast
Dubbing Director: Guido Rutta 

Post Production: Ignazio Giardina 
Synchronization:
Ignazio Giardina 
Lucio Battaglia 
Theme Song Performance: Cavalieri del Re 
Transcription: Stefano Di Modugno 
Angelina Contaldi as Dorina 
Anna Marchesini as
Mamma di Stilly 
Moko 
Massimo Còrizza as Taisho 
Massimo Corizzi as Tano 
Sergio Gibello as
Padre di Taisho 
Papà di Stilly 
Susanna Fassetta as Stilly 
Italian companies
Broadcaster:
Italia 1 (from September 1984) 
Super 3 
Distributor: Studio TN7 
Polish staff
Polish companies
(none)
Broadcaster:
Polonia 1 
Super 1 
Lector: Studio Publishing 
Polish cast
Jacek Brzostyński as Lector 
Maciej Gudowski as Lector 
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