Michel (Korean TV)

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Alternative title:
Shugo Yōsei Misheru (Japanese) 
守護妖精ミシェル (Japanese) 
수호요정 미셸 (Korean) 
Genres: adventure , fantasy , supernatural 
Plot Summary: A girl named Kim chases a group of thieves called the Black Hammer Gang. Until one day the Black Hammer gang and Kim fall on an island inhabited by fairies and it's guardian Michel. The Black Hammer Gang tries to steal the life source of the island called the tree of life. Causing damage to the land and kidnapping the fairies, Michel and Kim have to combat the Black Hammer gang and take back the fairies. 
Number of episodes: 26 
Episode titles: We have 26
Vintage: 2003-06-06 to 2003-12-11 
Links: We have 1
News: Show:
Ghibli News (Jan 24, 2003)
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DVD (Region 1)
    Michel - The Pilot & The Prince (DVD 1) 2006-05-09 (from $0.68)
    Michel - The Rose & The Fox (DVD 2) 2006-07-11 (from $11.98)
    Michel - The Forest & The Fog (DVD 3) 2006-09-12 (from $11.98)
    Michel - The Knight & The Castle (DVD 4) 2006-11-14 (from $5.99)
    Michel - Golden Feather & Time Machine (DVD 5) 2007-01-09 (from $11.98)
    Michel - Spring Fairy & Golden Butterfly (DVD 6) 2007-03-13 (from $11.98)
    Michel - Complete Collection (DVD 1-6) 2008-02-26 (from $28.78)

Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Scenario: Yasuhiro Imagawa 
Storyboard: Masayuki Kojima 
(none)
Japanese companies
(none)
English staff
English cast
ADR Director: Sandra Krasa 
ADR Script:
Monica Rial 
Tiffany Grant (eps 20-26) 
Kira Vincent-Davis as Michel 

Andy McAvin as Hasan 
Anna Lee Jefferies as Majest 
Ben Estus as Joe 
Blake Shepard as Meggi 
Carlo Minotti as Monster 
Charles Campbell as Policeman 
Chris Ayres as Woogy 
Chris Patton as Jafar 
Christine M. Auten as Laura 
David Wald as
Nomad 
Policeman 2 
Elizabeth Byrd as Paula 
Eric Berding as Policeman 3 
Gene Tognacci as Attendant 
George Manley as Sitel 
Greg Ayres as
Boris 
Grandie 
Illich Guardiola as
Boris' Friend 
Serju 
Jason Douglas as Sir Brown 
Jay Hickman as Boris' Friend 
John Gremillion as
Dad 
Ian 
John Swasey as Boogy 
Jon Duckworth as Doctor 
Jose Diaz as Mario 
K.C. Jones as Villager 
Kaytha Coker as Tanya 
Kelly Manison as Donna 
Luci Christian as Poyo 
Mark X Laskowski as Biam 
Marty Fleck as Mayor 
Mike McFarland as Nomad 
Mike Vance as Policeman 
Monica Rial as Icy Fairy 
Nancy Novotny as Marina 
Rick Buford as Spiro 
Rick Piersall as Gants 
Rob Mungle as
Lucifer 
Policeman 1 
Robin Terry as Salome 
Sasha Paysinger as Polly 
Serena Varghese as Kim 
Shannon Emerick as
Fox 
Queen 
Shondra Marie as Sera 
Tiffany Grant as Rina 

English companies
Licensed by: ADV Films 
Korean staff
Korean cast
(none)
Jeon-A Son as Michel 

Hwan-Jin Kim as Biam 
Jang Hobi as Woogy 
Mi-Suk Jeong as Kim 
Myeong-Hwa Cha as Salome 
Su-Gyeong O as Laura 
Su-Jeong Ham as
Poyo 
Rina 
Wan-Gyeong Seong as
Boogy 
Sitel 
Wu-Jeong Kim as Meggi 

Gil-Gyeong O as Queen 
Gwang Jang as Lucifer 
Hwan-Jin Kim as Veurangun 
Lee Hyeonseon as Tanya 
Lee Yongsun as Majeseu 
Korean companies
Animation Production: Dr. Movie 
Tagalog staff
Tagalog cast
(none)
Tagalog companies
Broadcaster: QTV Channel 11 
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