Mori no Yōki na Kobito-tachi: Berufi to Rirubitto (TV)

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Alternative title:
Belfi en Lillibit (Dutch)
Belfy e Lilibit (Portuguese)
Belfy e Lillibit (Italian)
Belfy y Lillibit (Spanish)
Die kleinen Zwurze (German)
Filiputki (Polish)
Les Lutins de la Forêt (French)
Littl' Bits
Los Bits (Spanish)
Los duendes alegres de bosque Belfy y Lillibit (Spanish)
Lutinette et Lutinou (French)
بسمة و عبدو
森の陽気な小人たち ベルフィーとリビット (Japanese)
Genres: adventure, comedy
Plot Summary: Young forest pixies Belfy and Lillibit live in an old-fashioned lilliputian village deep in the forest. Lillibit lives with his parents and younger sister, whom he tends to give the slip in order to run off in search of fun. Belfy resides with the village doctor since being placed in his care as a baby under unusual circumstances that even Belfy herself is unaware of. The two friends have adventures and learn valuable life lessons while helping out their fellow villagers and the animals of the forest.
User Ratings: 31 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: -
 Excellent: 3 votes (edit.dub:1, ?:1, others:1
1 Arabic dubbed
 Very good: 7 votes (dub:4, sub:1, others:2
1 Arabic dubbed
1 Spanish dubbed
 Good: 11 votes (dub:6, sub:3, ?:1, edit.dub:1)
 Decent: 4 votes (dub:1, others:3
1 Spanish dubbed
1 Arabic dubbed
1 Portuguese dubbed
 So-so: 4 votes (dub:2, ?:1, edit.dub:1)
 Not really good: 1 vote (dub:1)
 Weak: 1 vote (sub:1)
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Seen in part or in whole by 107 users, rank: #4204 (of 7783)
Median rating: Good
Arithmetic mean: 6.806 (Good−), std. dev.: 1.4237, rank: #3597 (of 7821)
Weighted mean: 6.789 (Good−), rank: #3574 (of 7821) (seen all: 6.86 / seen some: 6.81 / won't finish: 6.01)
Bayesian estimate: 7.001 (Good), rank: #2598 (of 5891)
Number of episodes: 26
Episode titles: We have 26
1980-01-07 to 1980-06-30
1983-04-25 to 1984-02-17 (Netherlands, KRO)
1990 (Saban dub)
1990-03-05 (France)
1992-06-12 (Germany)
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Series Director: Masayuki Hayashi
Art Director: Kazunori Shimomichi
Executive producer: Kenji Yoshida
Akira Inoue
Masanori Nakano (Tatsunoko Pro)
Norio Kondo (Tokyo Channel 12)
Tadashi Matsushima (Tokyu Agency)

Animation: Ippei Kuri
Production manager:
Masakazu Fuji
Ryoichi Yamada
Recording Director: Koichi Chiba
Sound Effects: Shoji Kato
Mayumi Tanaka as Lillibit

Sachiko Chijimatsu as Napoleon
Youko Asagami as Belfy

Kaneta Kimotsuki as Daggurin-sensei
Toshiko Maeda as Narrator
Tsuneko Shitomi as Chuchuna
Japanese companies
Broadcaster: TV Tokyo
Film Developing: Toyo Laboratory (now IMAGICA)
Photography: Gallop
Planning Cooperation: Tokyu Agency
Production Assistance: Märchen-Sha
Recording: Studio Shinzaka
Recording Production: Zack Promotion
Sound Effects: Anime Sound Production
English staff
English cast
Executive producer: Jerald E. Bergh
Producer: Winston Richard

Associate producer: Eric S. Rollman
Editing Supervisor: Stacy Gale
Engineering Assistant:
Darryl Coit
Kevin Newson
Ron Salaises
Executive in Charge of Music: Ron Kenan
Film Transfers: Paul Lynn
Foley Artist: Claudette Jones
Foley Engineer: R.D. Floyd
Music Coordination: Lesa Scharnett
Music Supervision: Andrew Dimitroff
Post-Production Assistant: Julie Pelletier
Post-Production Coordinator: France Morency
Post-Production Director: Claudine Carpentier
Sound Effects Editing:
John McGrath
John Valentino
Scott Page
Studio Supervisor: Barbara Parker
Supervising Producer: Winston Richard
Supervising Writer: Robert V. Barron
Title Art: Ron Salaises
Videotape Coordinator: Jim Cushinery
Videotape Editor: Tony Rastatter
Voice Direction: Tim Reid
Voice Recording:
Luc Hebert
Pierre l'Abbe
English companies
Adaptation: Saban Entertainment
Nick Jr.
YTV (Canada)
Distributor: Video Treasures (1991 vhs)
French cast
French staff
Theme Song Performance:
Claude Lombard
Jean-Claude Corbel
Carol Styczen as Lutinou
Marie-Laure Dougnac as Lutinette

Evelyne Grandjean as
Mère de Lutinou
Soeur de Lutinou
Jean-Claude Montalban as
Père de Lutinou

French companies
Broadcaster: La 5 (from 5 March 1990)
Dubbing: SOFI
Spanish staff
Spanish cast
Consuelo Vives as Lillibit (Spain dub)

Esperanza Navarro as Napoleon (Spain dub)

Antonio Gomez de Vicente as Master Daggurin (Spain dub)
Ariadna Rivas as Browniebit (Mexican dub)
Carmen Donna-Dío as Scarybit (Mexican dub)
César Ojínaga as Mr. Rock (Spain dub)
Eduardo Borja as Alcalde Bossabit (Mexican dub)
Humberto Velez as Narrator (Mexican dub)
Jorge Roig Jr. as Chip (Mexican dub)
José Maria Angelat as Mr. Maimon (Spain dub)
Luisita Soler as Chuchuna (Spain dub)
Maria Fernanda Morales as Teenybit (Mexican dub)
Marina Huerta as Snagglebit (Mexican dub)
Marta Martorell as Mrs. Mallen (Spain dub)
Patricia Acevedo as Willibit (Mexican dub)
Ricardo Hill as Doctor Snoozeabit (Mexican dub)
Rocio Garcel as Lillibit (Mexican dub)
Roser Cavallé as Narrator (Spain dub)

Alberto Trifol (Spain dub)
Francisco Garriga (Spain dub)
Nuria Mediavilla (Spain dub)
Pepe Mediavilla (Spain dub)
Spanish companies
Telecinco (second dub - Los Bits)
TVE (Spain - from 1983)
Dubbing Studio: Audiomaster 3000 (second dub - Los Bits)
Italian staff
Italian cast
Theme Song Performance:
Mele Verdi
Mitzi Amoroso
Laura Boccanera as Belfy

Monica Cadueri as Lillibit

Daniela Caroli as Kuruma
Enrico Luzi as Doget
Giovanna Avena as
Pino Locchi as Rock
Rita Baldini as Napo
Italian companies
D1 Television
Italia 1 (from 1982)
Italia1 (since 1982) 
Junior TV
Super 3
SuperSix (from December 2004)
Internet Streaming: YouTube (Mondo TV - Il sorriso dei bimbi!)
German cast
German staff
Julia Haacke as Lilly

Thomas Reiner as Doktor Putzmunter
Walter Reichelt as Zwurzbürgermeister
German companies
Super RTL (from 12 June 1992)
Arabic cast
Arabic staff
Composed & Arranged: Hussein Qadduri
Supervision: D.Faiq Al-Hakim
Arabic companies
Producer And Distributor: Al-Entag Al-Barameji Al-Moshtark Corporation (Kuwait)
Dutch staff
Dutch cast
Music: Dick Bakker
Translation: Suzanne Braam

Editing: Evert Kramer
Theme Song Performance: Jody Pijper
Voice Direction: Meindert de Goede
Fred Meijer as Elderbit (second dub - Littl' Bits)
Maria Lindes as Belfi
Paul Groot as Snagglebit (second dub - Littl' Bits)
Trudy Libosan as

Dutch companies
Fox Kids Netherlands (second dub - Littl' Bits)
Polish staff
Polish cast
Dubbing Director:
Dobrosława Bałazy (eps 15, 18-21)
Miriam Aleksandrowicz (19 episodes
eps 1-14, 16, 23-26

Berenika Wyrobek (eps 16, 20, 23)
Kaja Sikorska (eps 1-10)
Katarzyna Krzysztopik (7 episodes
eps 11-12, 15, 18, 24-26

Maria Etienne (eps 13-14, 19)
Jacek Kacperek (eps 15, 18-21)
Tomasz Sikora (19 episodes
eps 1-14, 16, 23-26

Music Director: Piotr Gogol
Organization Of Production: Marzena Wiśniewska
Song Lyrics: Miriam Aleksandrowicz
Jacek Kacperek (eps 15, 18-21)
Tomasz Sikora (19 episodes
eps 1-14, 16, 23-26

Polish companies

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