Mahō no Mako-chan (TV)

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Alternative title:
Maco la Sirena Enamorada (Spanish) 
Magical Mako-chan 
Makko (French) 
Mako la Sirenita (Spanish) 
Mako the Mermaid 
Syrenka Mako (Polish) 
Una sirenetta fra noi (Italian) 
魔法のマコちゃん (Japanese) 
Genres: magic , romance 
Themes: magical girl 
Plot Summary: Mako is a young siren and daughter to the King of the Sea. In a stormy day she rescues the young sporto Akira from a wrecked ship, but ends up fallign in love with him. So, with help from the Witch of the Sea, she's transformed into a human, and becomes a highschool student who helps everyone with her strong sense of love and justice and her magical pendant, the "Tear of the Mermaid"... 
Running time: Half hour per episode 
Number of episodes: 48 
Episode titles: We have 48
1970-11-02 to 1971-09-27 
1980 (México - TV Azteca) 
1988 (Italy - Italia 1) 
1989-11-08 (France) 
Opening Theme:
"Mahō no Mako-chan" by Mitsuko Horie 
Ending Theme:
"BOKU wa MAKO ni tsuite yuku" by Horie Mitsuko 
Official website:
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Akira Kamiya as Senkichi 
Hiroko Maruyama as Taro 
Hiroshi Ohtake as Banchou 
Isao Yatsu as Papa 
Kazuko Makino as Tomiko 
Kazuko Sugiyama as Mako 
Keiko Tomochika as Jiro 
Michiko Hirai as Mama 
Sachiko Chijimatsu as Haruko 

Japanese companies
Broadcaster: TV Asahi 
Prodcution: TV Asahi 
Production: Toei Animation 
French cast
French staff
Theme Song Performance: Hélène Rolles 
Dorothée Jemma as Makko 

Philippe Catoire as Anthony 
Sophie Gormezzano as Isabelle 

Aurélia Bruno as
Annie (ep 7) 
Francis Lax as
Mr Ledoux 
Père de Makko 
Françoise Fleury as
La Directrice 
Mère de Makko 
Michel Vocoret as Mr Dabagon 
Philippe Catoire as Peter 
Sophie Gormezzano as
Sorcière des mers 
French companies
Broadcaster: TF1 (from 8 November 1989) 
Dubbing: SOFI 
Spanish staff
Spanish companies
America TV (Peru) 
Antena 3 (Spain ; from August 2000) 
Cadena Uno (Colombia) 
Cempae (Mexico) 
Teleantioquia (Colombia) 
Telejuan 19 (Peru) 
TV Azteca 
Spanish cast
Cecilia Gispert as Mako-chan 
Italian staff
Italian cast
Dubbing Director: Willy Moser 

Theme Song Performance: Cristina D'Avena 
Antonella Baldini as Camilla 
Barbara De Bortoli as Genny 
Claudia Razzi as Prof. Angela Hammerschmidt 
Corrado Conforti as Ghiri 
Daniela Caroli as Ginny' mother 
Fabrizio Manfredi as Mirko 
Luciano Roffi as Vice President Mumic 
Riccardo Rossi as Gregory 
Rita Baldini as Vanilla 
Rossella Acerbo as Ginny / Mako 
Vidale Fabrizio Latini as Serafino 
Vittorio Battarra as Prof. Pizzetti, insegn. di Lettere 
Vittorio Guerrieri as Alex 

Italian companies
Italia 1 (from 1988) 
Junior TV 
Rete 4 
Super 3 
Dubbing: MOPS Film 
Polish staff
Polish companies
Polonia 1 
Super 1 
Lector: Studio Publishing 
Polish cast
Agnieszka Rogińska as Lector 
Elżbieta Groszek as Lector 

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