Mukamuka Paradise (TV)

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Alternative title:
Muka Muka (Spanish)
Рай для динозаврика Мука-Мука (Russian)
موكا موكا (Arabic)
ムカムカパラダイス (Japanese)
Genres: adventure, comedy
Plot Summary: Uiba Shikatani, the daughter of a pet shop owner is heartbroken after some reptile eggs fail to hatch. In his attempts to cheer her up, her father brings home a large, striped egg, which he hopes will successfully hatch (unexpectedly into a green dinosaur whom they call 'Muka-Muka', which are the only words which the baby reptile can speak). Muka-Muka soon becomes the talk of the town and comes into the interest of the town's professor and his wacky inventions, including a time machine which successfully teleports the Shikatani's among other families and their homes to pre-historic times where they encounter several other dinosaurs and enchanted beings on their adventures.
Running time: half hour per episode
Number of episodes: 51
Episode titles: We have 51
Vintage: 1993-09-04 to 1994-08-27
Opening Theme:
"Totteoki no KIMOCHI" by KUKO
Ending Theme:
"KITE-RA MITE-RA" by KUKO
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Katsuyoshi Yatabe
Character Design: Masayuki Hiraoka
Art Director: Satoshi Suzuki
Art design: Goichi Kudo
Sound Director: Hiroyuki Hayase
Director of Photography: Kazushi Torigoe
Executive producer: Kôichi Motohashi
Planning:
Shinichi Iguchi (MBS)
Shoji Sato (Nippon Animation)
Yoshiro Kataoka (ASATSU)
Production manager: Junzô Nakajima
Recording Adjustment: Kohei Oishi
Sound Effects: Mitsuru Kageyama
Titles: Akira Michikawa
Chika Sakamoto as Muka Muka
Kumiko Watanabe as Uiba Shikatani

Ai Satou as Dosu Dosu
Daisuke Gouri as Goji Gori
Eriko Hara as Ranka Otenba
Hiro Yuuki as Kawata
Kazuki Yao as Kenji
Kenichi Ogata as Doc
Kenyuu Horiuchi as Rokun
Maya Okamoto as Uru Uru
Megumi Urawa as Nika Nika
Nobuo Tobita as Yoshikawa(ep 8)
Rica Matsumoto as Hazuki Shiberia
Tomokazu Seki as Andre(ep 27)
Tomoko Naka as Souko Shikatani
Tomomichi Nishimura as Tachiaki Shiberia
Japanese companies
Animation Production: Nippon Animation
Development: Tokyo Laboratory
Finish Animation:
Artland
Studio Hibari
Photography: Trans Arts Co.
Production Cooperation:
Artland
Asatsu (now Asatsu DK)
Studio Hibari
Trans Arts Co.
Recording Studio: Studio Takt (now Studio T&T)
Sound Effects: Fizz Sound Creation
Sound Production: Onkyo Eizo System Co., Ltd.
Spanish staff
Spanish cast
Translation: Carles Boluda (Catalan dub)
Antoni Forteza as Muka Muka(Catalan dub)
Belén Rodríguez as Uiba Shikatani(Spain dub)
Geni Rey as Uiba Shikatani(Catalan dub)
Mariano García as Muka Muka(Spain dub)

Enric Cusí as Souko Shikatani(Catalan dub)
Gemma Ibáñez as Ranka Otenba(Catalan dub)

Albert Trifol Segarra as Amic d'Uiba(Catalan dub)
Luis Vicente Ivars as
Profesor(Spain dub)
Ruso(Spain dub)
Mark Ullod as Amic de Ranka(Catalan dub)
Marta Ullod as Amiga d'Uiba(Catalan dub)
Oriol de Balle as Amic de Ranka(Catalan dub)
Xavier Fernández as Amic d'Uiba(Catalan dub)

Alfredo Martínez(Spain dub)
Belén Rodríguez(Spain dub)
Spanish companies
Broadcaster:
Canal Sur (Spain)
Club Super 3 (Vía digital)
Super3 (Televisió de Catalunya)
Telemadrid (Spain)
TV3 (Televisió de Catalunya)
Dubbing Studio: Movie Movie (Catalan dub)
Arabic staff
Arabic companies
(none)
Broadcaster: Spacetoon
Distributor: Animation International (Mahr Al-Hajj Weiss)
Production: Animation International (Mahr Al-Hajj Weiss)
Arabic cast
Maiyada Darweesh as Uiba Shikatani

Mamoon al-Fark as Yoshi
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