What's Michael? (TV)

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[ adapted from What's Michael? (manga) ]

Alternative title:
Aqui esta Michael (Spanish) 
Ciao, io sono Michael (Italian) 
Cześć Michael! (Polish) 
Qué es Michael? (Spanish) 
ホワッツマイケル (Japanese) 
Genres: comedy , slice of life 
Themes: animals , cats 
Objectionable content: None 
Number of episodes: 45 
Episode titles: We have 45
Vintage: 1988-04-15 to 1989-03-28 
Opening Theme:
#1: "マイケル音頭" by Mami Yamase 
#2: "Michael No. 1" by Yamase Mami 
#2: "マイケルNo.1!" by Mami Yamase 
Ending Theme:
#1: "星空のエトランゼ" by Mami Yamase 
#2: "失恋ブギ " by Mami Yamase 
Links: We have 1
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Chief Director: Masakazu Higuchi 
Music: Kouji Makaino 
Original Manga: Makoto Kobayashi 
Character Design: Yoshio Kabashima 
Art Director: Katsuyoshi Kanemura 
Animation Director:
Kisaraka Yamada 
Yoshio Kabashima 

In-Between Animation: Keiji Gotoh 
Planning: Masaru Uchida 
Theme Song Arrangement: Kouji Makaino (OP, ED1) 
Theme Song Composition: Kouji Makaino (OP, ED1) 
Theme Song Lyrics: Tsutomu Uozumi (OP, ED1) 
Theme Song Performance: Mami Yamase (OP 1&2 + ED 1&2) 
Kei Tomiyama as Michael 

Hideyuki Umezu as Makoto Kobayashi 
Yoshino Takamori as Mrs. Kobayashi 

Hiroshi Masuoka as Noboyuki 
Mami Matsui as Nyajira 
Mami Yamase as Kayoko 
Maria Kawamura as Poppo 
Sakiko Tamagawa as Shino 
Japanese companies
Animation Production: Daume 
Backgrounds: Studio Jack 
Production:
Kitty Films 
Kodansha 
TV Tokyo 
Spanish staff
Spanish companies
(none)
Broadcaster: Antena 3 (Spain) 
Spanish cast
(none)
Italian staff
Italian cast
Theme Song Performance:
Cristina D'Avena 
Pietro Ubaldi 
Pietro Ubaldi as Michael 

Dania Cericola as Sig.ra Kobayashi 
Stefano Albertini as Sig. Kobayashi 
Italian companies
Broadcaster:
Italia 1 (from 1989) 
JTV (from 1996) 
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