Kerokko Demetan (TV)

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Alternative title:
Abenteur am Regenbogenteich (German)
Adventures on Rainbow Pond
As Aventuras no Lago do Arco-Íris (Portuguese)
As Peripécias do Sapinho Valente (Portuguese)
Child Frog Demetan
Démétan (French)
Demetan Croaker, The Boy Frog
Demetan the Frog
Demetan, de kikkerjongen (Dutch)
Demetan, la Petite Grenouille (French)
La banda dei ranocchi (Italian)
La Rana Valiente (Spanish)
La Ranita Demetan (Spanish)
The Brave Frog
Zielone Żabki (Polish)
Квакун Дэмэтан (Russian)
الضفدع الشجاع (Arabic)
けろっこデメタン (Japanese)
개구리 왕눈이 (Korean)
Genres: comedy, drama
Objectionable content: None 
User Ratings: 33 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: -
 Excellent: 1 vote (others:1
1 French subtitled
 Very good: 6 votes (sub:3, others:3
2 Spanish dubbed
1 Arabic dubbed
 Good: 9 votes (dub:2, sub:1, others:6
4 Italian dubbed
1 Arabic dubbed
1 Spanish dubbed
 Decent: 11 votes (dub:3, sub:2, raw:1, others:5
2 Italian dubbed
2 Arabic dubbed
1 French dubbed
 So-so: 2 votes (others:2
1 Italian dubbed
1 Arabic edited dub
 Not really good: -
 Weak: 1 vote (sub:1)
 Bad: 1 vote (raw:1)
 Awful: 1 vote (sub:1)
 Worst ever: 1 vote (dub:1)
Seen in part or in whole by 75 users, rank: #4912 (of 8111)
Median rating: Decent
Arithmetic mean: 6.121 (Decent), std. dev.: 1.9811, rank: #5703 (of 8190)
Weighted mean: 6.037 (Decent), rank: #5884 (of 8190) (seen all: 5.86 / seen some: 6.46 / won't finish: 3.74)
Bayesian estimate: 6.428 (Decent+), rank: #4488 (of 6192)
Running time: Half hour per episode
Number of episodes: 39
Episode titles: We have 39
1973-01-02 to 1973-09-25
1981-01-05 (Italy)
1982 (Italy)
1987 (México - Televisa Canal 4)
1997-11-21 to 1997-12-16 (Germany)
Release dates: We have 1
Opening Theme:
"Kerokko Demetan" by Mitsuko Horie
Ending Theme:
"Makeru na Demetan" by Mitsuko Horie
Official website:
Links: We have 1
Trivia: We have 2
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Hiroshi Sasagawa
Series Composition: Akiyoshi Sakai
Akiyoshi Sakai (10 episodes
eps 2, 4, 10, 12-13, 19, 24, 29, 35, 38

Hajime Wakamatsu (ep 33)
Hiroshi Sasagawa (ep 23)
Jinzo Toriumi (13 episodes
eps 1, 3, 6, 9, 14, 17, 22, 26-27, 34, 36-37, 39

Keiji Kubota (ep 30)
Naoko Miyake (eps 18, 20)
Natsuyo Shibata (ep 7)
Satoshi Suyama (eps 8, 16, 31)
Takao Koyama (eps 21, 28)
Toshio Nagata (5 episodes
eps 5, 11, 15, 25, 32

Episode Director:
Hiroyoshi Mitsunobu (ep 34)
Kazunori Tanahashi (eps 10, 12)
Kunihiko Okazaki (eps 3, 8, 16)
Masayuki Hayashi (ep 30)
Motosuke Takahashi (8 episodes
eps 2, 5, 11, 15, 19, 23, 26, 29

Seitarô Hara (10 episodes
eps 1, 6, 9, 17, 21-22, 32, 36, 38-39

Tatsuo Yoshida (ep 1)
Tsuneyasu Kashima (eps 14, 25)
Yasuhiko Suzuki (ep 33)
Yoshiyuki Tomino (11 episodes
eps 4, 7, 13, 18, 20, 24, 27-28, 31, 35, 37

Original creator: Jinzo Toriumi
Art Director: Mitsuki Nakamura
Editing: Sachiko Miki
In-Between Animation: Kiyoshi Matsumoto
Planning: Tatsuo Yoshida
Recording Director: Kan Mizumoto
Special Effects: Kiyoshi Asanuma
Theme Song Performance: Mitsuko Horie
Japanese companies
Studio Jack
Development: Tokyo Laboratory
Photography: Tenpyo Film
Production: Tatsunoko Production
Sound Effects: Ishigaki Sound Group (now Fizz Sound)
English staff
English cast
Director: Michael Reynolds
Script: Ilene Chase
Executive producer: Frank Agrama
Associate producer: Jehan Agrama
Production Assistant: Daniel M. Borunda
Production Coordination: Andrea Coppola
Production manager: Kent H. Hayes
Remix: Jay De Cosio
Sound Mixing: Leonardo Araujo
Video Tape Editor: Guillermo Coelho
A. Gregory as
King Leopold
Aline Leslie as Mrs. Turtle
Axel Roberts as Mr. Hopper
Cammy Louis as Jonathan Hopper
Deanna Morris as Funeral Attendee 2
Leonard Pike as Mr. Carp
Merle Pearson as
Nina Love as Mrs. Hopper
Ray Michaels as
Constable Prawn
Great Monster
Royal Guard Mantis
Reba West as Pookie
Richard Dean as Zari
Ryan O'Flannigan as Lefty
English companies
Distributor: Hemdale Film Corporation (VHS)
Korean staff
Korean cast
Bae Jungmi as Demetan (SBS Dub)
Park Insun as Ranatan (SBS Dub)

Gwan-Jin Kim as Ametaro (SBS Dub)
Hwan-Jin Kim as Zari (SBS Dub)
Lee Yunyeon as Gyata (SBS Dub)
Shin SANGSOOK as Amako (SBS Dub)

Ahn Janghyuck as Ibokichi (SBS Dub)
Gang Mihyung as Kyaru (SBS Dub)
Han Howung as Dojou (SBS Dub)
Korean companies
French staff
French companies
Theme Song Performance: Marie Mercier
Canal Famille (Quebec)
Canal J (from 1985)
FR3 (from April 1983)
France 3 (from 10 March 1995)
Déclic Images
Imavision (Canada)
French cast
Dominique Mac Avoy as Démétan
Spanish staff
Spanish cast
Dubbing Director: Juan Alfonso Carralero
Araceli de Leon as Adelina (Mexican dub)
Diana Santos as Demetán (Mexican dub)
Érika Robledo as Adelina (Los Ángeles dub)
Marcela Bordes as Demetán (Los Ángeles dub)

Alejandro Abdalah as Gran Biotto (Los Ángeles dub)
Alfonso Obregón as
Kanta (Mexican dub; ep 15)
Taito (Mexican dub; ep 8)
Arturo Mercado as Cangrejo salamero (Mexican dub; ep 12)
Blas Garcia as Gran Biotto (Mexican dub)
Carlos Agosti as Genaro (Los Ángeles dub)
Edgar Wald as Pez Gato (Los Ángeles dub)
Enrique Garduza as Juan (Los Ángeles dub)
Esteban Siller as Inspector (Mexican dub)
Francisco Colmenero as Genaro (Mexican dub)
Guadalupe Romero as Narradora (Los Ángeles dub; eps 1-22)
Guillermo Romano as Papá anguila (Los Ángeles dub)
Jesús Colin as Juan (Mexican dub)
Juan Alfonso Carralero as Isidoro (Los Ángeles dub)
Nancy McKenzie as
Almina (Mexican dub)
Narradora (Mexican dub)
Rocío Robledo as
Almina (Los Ángeles dub)
Ranita con ombligo (Los Ángeles dub)
Ruth Toscano as Narradora (Los Ángeles dub; eps 23-39)

Carlos Nieto (Los Ángeles dub)
Spanish companies
Televisa Canal 4
Television Azteca (from 1994)
Distributor: Argentina Video Home
Licensed by:
Harmony Gold USA, Inc. (expired)
Ledafilms (Argentina)
VideoVisa (Mexico)
Italian staff
Italian cast
Theme Song Performance: Mele Verdi
Aldo Barberito as
Callisto (2nd voice)
Papà Torpedine
Anna Teresa Eugeni as Pesce Gatto (2nd voice)
Carlo Allegrini as Amataro (2nd voice)
Diego Reggente as Ghyata (ep 23)
Elio Zamuto as Narrator (3rd voice)
Erasmo Lo Presto as
Amataro (1st voice)
Ghyata (1st voice)
Ibokiki (1st voice)
Narrator (1st voice)
Zari (1st voice)
Eugenio Marinelli as Narrator (ep 21)
Gastone Pescucci as Kyal (1st voice)
Giovanni Petrucci as
Ghyata (ep 21)
Ibokiki (2nd voice)
Giuseppe Fortis as Zari (2nd voice)
Leo Valeriano as
Callisto (1st voice)
Inspector (1st voice)
Pesce Gatto (1st voice)
Mario Milita as Inspector (2nd voice)
Massimo Còrizza as Uccellino
Renzo Stacchi as Elekiki
Roberto Del Giudice as Kyal (2nd voice)

Gastone Pescucci as Demetan
Roberta Paladini as Ranatan
Italian companies
Italia 1 (from 1982)
Italia1 (since 1982) 
Junior TV
La Uomo TV (from 1981)
Odeon TV
Super 3
German staff
German cast
Alexandra Mink as Ranatan
Inez Günther as Demetan

Alice Franz as Teichschnecke
Herbert Weicker as Bikisuke
Klaus Kindler as Amatarou
Kurt Goldstein as Alter Wels
Kurt Zips as Kyaru
Marion Hartmann as Erzähler
Walter Reichelt as Gyata
Willi Röbke as
German companies
Broadcaster: Super RTL (from 21 November 1997)
Arabic staff
Arabic cast
Arabic companies
Dutch staff
Dutch cast
Ger Smit as Diverse Stemmen
Maria Lindes as
Moeder Demetan
Paul van Gorcum as Kiata
Trudy Libosan as Demetan
Dutch companies
Distributor: Japan Home Video Benelux (VHS)
Portuguese staff
Portuguese cast
Emília Silvestre as Liliana (Portugal)

João Paulo Costa as Zé Pulinhos (Portugal)
Jorge Paupério as Martelo Saltinhos (Portugal)
Raúl Constante Pereira as Vitor (Portugal)
Teresa Chaves as Lili (Portugal)
Portuguese companies
Broadcaster: RTP1 (Portugal)

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