Andersen Stories (TV)

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Alternative title:
Andersen Monogatari (Japanese)
Hans Christian Andersen Stories
Le fiabe di Andersen (Italian)
Pixi in Wolkenkuckucksheim (German)
لمياء وتابعها شيكو (Arabic)
アンデルセン物語 (Japanese)
Genres: fantasy
Plot Summary: Free adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen's stories, introduced and told by Zukko and Canty.
Number of episodes: 52
Episode titles: We have 52
Vintage: 1971-01-03 to 1971-12-26
Opening Theme:
"Mr. anderusen" by Taeko Sakurai with Young Fresh
Ending Theme:
#1: "kanti no uta (Canty's Song)" by Eiko Masuyama with Young Fresh
#2: "zukko no uta (Zukko's Song)" by Yasuo Yamada with Young Fresh
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Series Director: Masami Hata
Episode Director:
Ichiro Fujito
Makura Saki
Music: Seichiro Uno
Original creator: Hans Christian Andersen
Art Director: Toshihide Takeuchi
Producer: Masami Iwasaki

Assistant producer: Yoshihiro Nozaki
Fairy Design: Keiichi Makino
Theme Song Performance: Young Fresh
Japanese companies
Animation: Mushi Production
Broadcaster: Fuji TV
Spanish staff
Spanish companies
Broadcaster: TV3 (Televisió de Catalunya)
Spanish cast
Italian staff
Italian cast
Dubbing Director: Danilo Bruni
Danilo Bruni as Voce narrante
Italian companies
Dubbing: Rollfilm
German staff
German cast
Inez Günther as Pixi

Bernd Simon as Bingo

Alana Horrigan as
Barbett (eps 38-40)
Betty Ball (ep 6)
Hirtin (eps 18-19)
Alexandra Mink as
Ida (ep 17)
Prinzessin (ep 8)
Prinzessin Freda (eps 31-33)
Alice Franz as
Großmutter (eps 31-33)
Hexe (ep 26)
Lisa (eps 10-13)
Anita Höfer as
Fee des Wassers (ep 26)
Pikkarte (eps 18-19)
Wikingerkönigin (eps 20-22)
Anke Kortemeier as
Barbera (ep 37)
Christinchen (als Kind) (eps 35-36)
Ilsa (ep 23)
Martha (eps 24-25)
Bruno W. Pantel as
Erfinder Wipso (eps 24-25)
Holger (eps 10-13)
Florian Halm as
Bill (ep 17)
Prinz Alfred (ep 34)
Fred Klaus as Apfelhändler (ep 9)
Gernot Duda as
König (ep 16)
Vater (ep 9)
Vater Neptun (eps 31-33)
Gudo Hoegel as
Angelo (ep 3)
Arne (ep 37)
Dieb (ep 9)
Oberuntergeneral (eps 18-19)
Haide Lorenz as Salina (eps 31-33)
Herbert Weicker as Wikinger Odin (eps 20-22)
Jan Koester as
Fischerjunge (eps 4-5)
Kreisel (ep 6)
Katharina Lopinski as Selima (eps 20-22)
Leo Bardischewski as Postbote (ep 41)
Linda Joy as Hässliches Entlein (eps 1-2)
Manfred Erdmann as Tod (ep 26)
Marc Stachel as
Rudi (eps 38-40)
Thomas (ep 16)
Marcus Off as Ib (als Erwachsener) (eps 35-36)
Maria Landrock as
alte Frau (eps 35-36)
Hexe (eps 10-13)
Marina Köhler as
Helga (eps 20-22)
Schwan (ep 14)
Marion Hartmann as Mutter (ep 23)
Martin Umbach as Wandersmann (eps 27-29)
Matthias von Stegmann as
Prinz (7 episodes
eps 10-13, 20-22

Prinz Olaf (eps 31-33)
Schwan (eps 1-2)
Zinnsoldat (ep 14)
Michael Cramer as Maulwurf (eps 10-13)
Michael Rüth as
Großer Klaus (ep 41)
König (ep 30)
Michele Sterr as Lily (eps 27-29)
Monika John as Fee der Nacht (ep 26)
Norbert Gastell as
Räuberboss (ep 15)
Schatten (ep 15)
Paul Bürks as
Bischof (eps 24-25)
Bürgermeister (ep 41)
Ibs Vater (eps 35-36)
Kaiser (eps 4-5, 37)
Sandmann (ep 23)
Philipp Moog as Soldat (eps 7-8)
Reinhard Brock as Vater (ep 23)
Sabine Bohlmann as
Aqua (eps 31-33)
Däumelinchen (eps 10-13)
Prinzessin (ep 16)
Sabine Plessner as Maus (ep 16)
Thomas Rau as Dämon der Dornen (ep 26)
Tobias Lelle as
Einstein (ep 30)
Kleiner Klaus (ep 41)
Uschi Wolff as
Eisjungfrau (eps 38-40)
Mutter (ep 26)
Walter Reichelt as
Oberratte (ep 14)
Sumpfkönig (eps 20-22)
Zirkusdirektor Otto (eps 27-29)
Werner Abrolat as Vater (eps 24-25)
German companies
Broadcaster: Kabel.1
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