Ochamegami Monogatari Korokoro Poron (TV)

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[ adapted from Olympus no Poron (manga) ]

Alternative title:
C'era una volta ... Pollon (Italian) 
La pequeña Polon (Spanish) 
La Petite Olympe et les Dieux 
おちゃめ神物語コロコロポロン (Japanese) 
Genres: adventure 
Plot Summary: Pollon is the sweet daughter of Apollo, the god of the sun. Pollon wanting to prove herself of being a worthy goddess trys to become one by doing kind deeds, but always fails to succeed causing much trouble for the other gods and their human subjects. 
User Ratings: 16 ratings have been given [details]
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Seen in part or in whole by 30 users, rank: #4784 (of 6020)
Median rating: Good
Arithmetic mean: 7.125 (Good), std. dev.: 1.1659, rank: #1996 (of 6014)
Weighted mean: 7.094 (Good), rank: #1921 (of 6014) (seen all: 7.33 / seen some: 6.63)
Bayesian estimate: 7.292 (Good+), rank: #1304 (of 4524)
Running time: 25 minutes per episode 
Number of episodes: 46 
Episode titles: We have 46
Vintage:
1982-05-08 to 1983-03-26 
1989-09-11 (France) 
Opening Theme:
"Olympus no Poron (オリンポスのポロン)" by Yoshie Hara 
Ending Theme:
"kibun wa megami CHIKKU" (気分は女神チック) by Yoshie Hara 
"Kibun wa Megami Tick (気分は女神チック)" by Yoshie Hara 
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Series Director: Takao Yotsuji 
Series Composition: Yu Yamamoto 
Storyboard: Takao Yotsuji 
Original Manga: Hideo Azuma 
Animation Director: Toshio Takagi 

Theme Song Arrangement: Masayuki Yamamoto (OP,​ED) 
Theme Song Composition: Masayuki Yamamoto (OP,​ED) 
Theme Song Lyrics: Masayuki Yamamoto (OP,​ED) 
Theme Song Performance: Yoshie Hara 
Masako Miura as Pollon 

Akio Nojima as Apollon 
Eiko Yamada as Hera 
Masashi Amenomori as Zeus 
Shigeru Chiba as Apollon 
Tohru Furuya as Narcissus 
Youko Kawanami as Aphrodite 

Banjou Ginga as Poseidan 
Hiromi Tsuru as Goddess 
Hiroshi Ohtake as Azuma the Bug 
Kachiko Hino as Athena 
Keiko Yamamoto as Eros 
Kenichi Ogata as Hephaestus 
Kyouko Tonguu as The Goddess of Time 
Masaharu Satou as
Dionysus 
Dosankos 
Naoki Tatsuta as Hades 
Rumiko Ukai as Artemis 
Shingo Kanemoto as Dr. Nahaha 
Tohru Furuya as Kyknos(ep 21) 
Tomie Kataoka as Persephone 
Yoku Shioya as Gahir 
Yoshiko Asai as
Dosankos' Wife 
Mother Sheep 
Orestes' Mother 
Yuji Mitsuya as Akiresu 

Japanese companies
Casting Cooperation: Aoni Production 
Development: Toei Chemical Industry 
Music Production: Starchild Records 
Production: Kokusai Eigasha 
Production Cooperation:
Studio Unicorn 
Trans Arts Co. 
Sound Effects: Fizz Sound Creation 
special effects: Studio 2001 
French cast
French staff
Dubbing Director: Bernard Tiphaine 

Theme Song Performance: Claude Lombard 
Stéphanie Murat as Olympe 

Caroline Beaune as Aphrodite 
Claude Chantal as Hera 
Jean-Claude Robbe as Zeus 
Olivier Destrez as Apollon 

Bernard Tiphaine as
Hades 
Poseidon 
Caroline Beaune as Artemis 
Claude Chantal as Insecte Narrateur Azumamuchi 
Emmanuel Curtil as Triton 
Jean-Claude Robbe as Héphaïstos 
Maurice Sarfati as Poseidon(voix de remplacement) 

French companies
Broadcaster:
La 5 (from 11 September 1989) 
Mangas 
Dubbing: SOFI 
Spanish staff
Spanish cast
(none)
Selica Torcal as Polon(Spain dub) 

Amelia Jara as Eros(Spain dub) 
Jose Maria Cordero as Apolo(Spain dub) 

Ana María Saizar as Hera(Spain dub) 
Angela González as
Afrodita(Spain dub) 
Medusa(Spain dub) 
Claudio Rodriguez as Poseidon(Spain dub) 
Eduardo Calvo as Zeus(Spain dub) 
Glòria Camara as Mirra(Spain dub) 
Valle Acebrón as Insecto Comentarista(Spain dub) 

Angelina Gatell(Spain dub) 
Antolin García(Spain dub) 
Conchita Núñez(Spain dub) 
Eduardo Jover(Spain dub) 
Glòria Camara(Spain dub) 
José Carabias(Spain dub) 
Jose Luis Gil(Spain dub) 
Spanish companies
Broadcaster: TVE (Spain) 
Italian staff
Italian cast
Dubbing Director: Renzo Stacchi 
Theme Song Performance: Cristina D'Avena 
Alba Cardilli as Artemide 
Angelina Contaldi as
Eris, dea della discordia 
Pillon, la bambola di carta 
Scilla 
Tisbe 
Anita Bartolucci as Era(1st voice) 
Aurora Cancian as
Atena 
Dea del Tempo 
Eos 
Chiara Salerno as
Dea delle Dee 
Eco 
Cinzia De Carolis as
Aracne 
Elettra 
Selene 
Corrado Conforti as Bellerofonte 
Daniela Gatti as Sfinge 
Emanuela Fallini as Afrodite 
Fabio Boccanera as Glauco 
Fabrizio Manfredi as
Achille 
Eracle 
Oreste 
Pan 
Perseo 
Piramo 
Tantalo 
Tritone 
Fabrizio Mazzotta as Eros 
Franca Lumachi as Dea delle partorienti 
Francesca Palopoli as Persefone 
Giorgio Bandiera as Zeus(2nd voice) 
Guido Sagliocca as Apollo 
Laura Boccanera as Ippolita 
Liliana Sorrentino as Pollon 
Liù Bosisio as Maga Circe 
Luca Biagini as Dioniso 
Manilo Guardabassi as Dedalo, padre di Icaro 
Maurizio Mattioli as
Dionisio 
Efesto 
Renzo Stacchi as Narratore 
Riccardo Rossi as Narciso 
Roberta Paladini as Medea 
Roberta Rem as Ape di Hera 
Romano Malaspina as Poseidone 
Rosalinda Galli as Era(2nd voice) 
Silvia Pepitoni as
Alcione 
Demetra, dea della vegetazione 
Vittorio Battarra as Cha Cha Cha 
Vittorio Guerrieri as Icaro 
Italian companies
Broadcaster:
Boing (from 23 January 2010) 
Canale 5 
Hiro (from 7 November 2010) 
Italia 1 (from September 1984) 
Italia 7 (from 1991-92) 
Radio Tele International 
Rete 4 (from 1988) 
Distributor: AB distribution 
Dubbing: Fono Roma 
Internet Streaming:
Mediaset Infinity 
Premium Play 
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