Sazae-san (TV)

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[ adapted from Sazae-san (manga) ]

Alternative title:
サザエさん (Japanese) 
Genres: comedy , slice of life 
Objectionable content: None 
Plot Summary: Sazae Fuguta, married to Masuo and mother of Tarao, lives with her parents, Namihei and Fune Isono, in addition to her brother Katsuo, her sister Wakame, and Tama, the family's cat. The series depicts their daily life in the suburbs of Japan. 
User Ratings: 21 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: -
 Excellent: 3 votes (raw:2, sub:1)
 Very good: 3 votes (raw:3)
 Good: 3 votes (sub:2, raw:1)
 Decent: 5 votes (sub:4, raw:1)
 So-so: 5 votes (raw:3, sub:2)
 Not really good: 1 vote (sub:1)
 Weak: 1 vote (sub:1)
 Bad: -
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Seen in part or in whole by 72 users, rank: #3840 (of 6016)
Median rating: Decent
Arithmetic mean: 6.381 (Decent+), std. dev.: 1.6468, rank: #3707 (of 6009)
Weighted mean: 6.447 (Decent+), rank: #3511 (of 6009) (seen some: 6.61 / won't finish: 6.21)
Bayesian estimate: 6.843 (Good), rank: #2407 (of 4575)
Episode titles: We have 3937
Vintage: 1969-10-05 
Opening Theme:
"Sazae-san" by Yuko Uno 
Ending Theme:
"Sazae-san Ikka" by Yuko Uno 
Official website:
Trivia: We have 1
News: Show:
In Memoriam (Dec 31, 2009)
Japan's Favorite TV Anime (Oct 12, 2006)
TV Asahi Top 100 Anime (Sep 23, 2005)
Sazae-san sells herself. (Aug 1, 2002)
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Chief Director: Hiroshi Yamagishi 
Music: Kunihiro Kawano 
Original creator: Machiko Hasegawa 
Art Director: Toshihiro Ōsumi 
Director of Photography: Sengo Kurosaki 
Producer:
Yōichi Tanaka 
Yoko Matsusaki (FujiTV) 

Chief animator: Isao Katano 
Color Director: Takashi Ozaki 
Planning: Eiichi Kubota (FujiTV) 
Midori Kato as
Sazae 
Sazae Fuguta 

Hiroshi Masuoka as Masuo Fuguta(1978-) 
Ichirô Nagai as Namihei Isono 
Kazue Takahashi as Katsuo Isono(1970-1998) 
Michiko Nomura as Wakame Isono(1976-2005)  (2nd voice) 
Miyoko Asou as Fune Isono 
Takako Sasuga as Tarao Fuguta 

Eken Mine as Nanbutsu Isasaka(1969-2002) 
Emiko Tsukada as Taeko 
Eriko Kawasaki as Ukie Isazaka(3rd voice) 
Hiroshi Masuoka as Masuo 
Hiroshi Takemura as
Jinroku 
Jinroku Isasaka 
Ichirô Murakoshi as Norisuke Namino(1st voice) 
Ichirô Nagai as
Isono Mokuzu Minamoto no Sutamina 
Isono Namihei 
Umihei Isono 
Ikuya Sawaki as Daihachi 
Issei Futamata as Saburou 
Kazue Takahashi as Katsuo 
Keiko Han as
Mitsuko Hama 
Ukie 
Keiko Yamamoto as Hanazawa 
Kiyoshi Komiyama as Sanpei 
Makoto Tsumura as Wakame Isono(3rd Voice, 2005-04-03 onwards) 
Masako Ebisu as Taiko Namino(1st voice) 
Miina Tominaga as
Kaori Ôzora 
Katsuo Isono(3rd voice) 
Rika 
Ukie Isasaka(2nd voice) 
Miyoko Asou as Fune 
Nobuyo Oyama as Katsuo Isono(1st voice) 
Norio Wakamoto as Anago 
Reiko Katsura as Ikura Namino 
Reiko Yamada as Karu Isasaka 
Ryusei Nakao as Porori(guest character) 
Shinsuke Chikaishi as Masuo Fuguta(1st voice) 
Sumiko Shirakawa as Nakajima-kun 
Takako Sasuga as Tara-chan 
Taro Arakawa as Norisuke Namino(2nd voice) 
Toshiko Yamamoto as Wakame Isono(1st voice) 
Yasunori Matsumoto as Norisuke 
Yasuo Iwata as Nanbutsu Isasaka(from 2002 on) 
Yoshiko Yamamoto as Wakame Isono(1969-1976) 

Japanese companies
Broadcaster: Fuji TV 
Producer: Eiken 
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