Himitsu no Akko-chan (TV 3)

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[ remake of Himitsu no Akko-chan (TV 2) ]

Alternative title:
Akko-chan's Secret 3
El Secreto de Ako (Spanish)
Stilly e lo specchio magico (Italian)
ひみつのアッコちゃん 第3期 (Japanese)
Genres: magic
Objectionable content: None
Plot Summary: In the Kagami household, the old Western palm-sized mirror has been passed from from generations to generations. Akko-chan has been taught about the importance of the mirror and when she finally receives it from her mother, she cherishes it with all her might. One day, in the midst of a disturbance made by Taishou and his gang, Akko-chan accidentally broke the mirror. She made a grave and buried the broken pieces in the backyard. That night, Akko-chan was awakened by a flash of light and a kind voice which belongs to the Queen of the Mirror Kingdom. The Queen expresses her gratitude to Akko-chan for valuing the mirror so much and offers her a gift - a magical compact mirror. Whenever Akko-chan sings the magical words, she will transform into anything she wants.
Running time: half hour per episode
Number of episodes: 44
Episode titles: We have 44
Vintage: 1998-04-05 to 1999-02-28
Opening Theme:
"Himitsu no Akko-chan" by Satoko Shimonari
Ending Theme:
#1: "Watashi no Uta wo Kiite Hoshii" by Yumi Shiraki
#2: "Nippon Hare da Yo~! Akko-chan" by The Akko-chans
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Series Director: Hiroki Shibata
Original creator: Fujio Akatsuka
Character Design: Toshio Deguchi
Art design: Yukiko Iijima

Key Animation: Hideki Hamasu (ep 14)
Theme Song Arrangement: Hideki Fujizawa (ED)
Theme Song Lyrics:
Hisashi Inoue (OP)
Yumi Shiraki (ED)
Theme Song Performance:
Satoko Shimonari (OP)
Yumi Shiraki (ED)
Wakana Yamazaki as Atsuko 'Akko' Kagami

Banjou Ginga as Antonio Baba
Fumihiko Tachiki as Teacher
Harumi Ikoma as Kankichi
Hiroshi Ohtake as Master of Carpenter
Junko Takeuchi as Ganmo
Kaneta Kimotsuki as Fuusuishi
Kaneto Shiozawa as Thief Fukumimi
Kappei Yamaguchi as Yuuichi
Keiko Yamamoto as Chikako
Ken Yamaguchi as Papa
Kikumi Umeda as Moko
Kotono Mitsuishi as Mirufiiyu
Mayumi Shou as Madam Chin
Michiko Neya as policewoman
Miina Tominaga as Mama
Mitsuko Horie as Queen of Land of Mirrors
Norio Wakamoto as Mr. Garlic
Ryo Horikawa as Di Caprio
Satomi Koorogi as Shoushou
Takuma Suzuki as Taishou
Wataru Takagi as Inspector
Youko Matsuoka as Ganmo's Mother
Yukimasa Kishino as Edogawa sensei
Japanese companies
Broadcaster: Fuji TV
Production: Toei Animation
Spanish staff
Spanish cast
Dubbing Director: José María Carrero (Spain dub)
Marta Sáinz as Atsuko "Akko" Kagami(Spain dub)

Blanca Rada as
Chikako(Spain dub)
Gonma(Spain dub)
Carolina Tak as Madre de Akko(Spain dub)
Diana Torres as Ganmo(Spain dub)
Eugenio Barona as Tomekichi(Spain dub)
Francisco Andrés Valdivia as Padre de Reiko(Spain dub)
Jorge Teixeira as Padre de Akko(Spain dub)
José María Carrero as Ippei(Spain dub)
Marta Sáinz as
"Policia del distrito 3°"(Spain dub)
Edson Arantes "Pelé"(Spain dub)
Pepa Agudo as
Madam Chin(Spain dub)
Mokoto "Moko"(Spain dub)
Reina del Pais de los espejos(Spain dub)
Shoushou(Spain dub)
Rafael Calvo as Sacerdote(Spain dub)
Rais David Báscones as Taishou(Spain dub)
Raquel Martín as
Ioro(Spain dub)
Madre de Aiko(Spain dub)
Psipona(Spain dub)
Rocío Azofra as
Kankichi(Spain dub)
Reiko(Spain dub)

Carolina Tak(Spain dub)
Diana Torres(Spain dub)
Eugenio Barona(Spain dub)
Rafael Calvo(Spain dub)
Raquel Martín(Spain dub)
Spanish companies
Broadcaster:
Canal 53 Madrid (Spain)
Canal Sur (Spain)
Club Super 3 (Spain)
Popular TV-TMT Madrid (Spain)
Dubbing Studio: Arait Multimedia (Madrid ; Spain dub)
Italian staff
Italian cast
Dubbing Director: Guido Rutta

Post Production: Ignazio Giardina
Theme Song Performance: Cristina D'Avena
Transcription: Stefano Di Modugno
Cinzia Massironi as Mamma di Stilly
Debora Magnaghi as Stilly
Flavio Arras as Papà di Stilly
Italian companies
Broadcaster: Italia 1 (from July 2000)
Distributor: MERAK FILM - Milano
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