Ojamajo Doremi DOKKAAN! (TV)

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Alternative title:
Bothersome Witch Doremi KABOOM!
Mille Magie Doremi (Italian)
Ojamajo Doremi Dokkān (Japanese)
おジャ魔女どれみドッカ~ン! (Japanese)
꼬마마법사 레미 Vivace! (Korean)
Genres: comedy, magic
Themes: magical girl
Objectionable content: None
Plot Summary: Determined to stay close to the girls who raised her when she lived in the Human World, Hana-chan bursts her magic crystals to perform an extremely powerful spell that makes her look as old as her adoptive mothers. The loss of her magic crystals means that she is not officially a witch anymore. To handle this enormous problem, the Witch Queen asks Doremi, Hazuki, Aiko, Onpu, and Momoko to take care of the new older-looking Hana-chan in their world for the moment. In the meantime, the little former sorceress will have to complete the witch apprentice exams in order to attain a magic crystal and hopefully become a witch once again.
User Ratings: 43 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 7 votes (sub:4, raw:1, others:2
1 Italian edited dub
1 Italian dubbed
)
 Excellent: 8 votes (sub:6, raw:1, others:1
1 Cantonese dubbed
)
 Very good: 6 votes (sub:3, dub:1, raw:1, others:1
1 Spanish dubbed
)
 Good: 6 votes (sub:3, raw:1, others:2
1 cantonese dubbed
1 Spanish dubbed
)
 Decent: 7 votes (sub:4, others:3
1 Catalan dubbed
1 Portuguese dubbed
1 French dubbed
)
 So-so: 4 votes (?:1, sub:1, others:2
2 Italian dubbed
)
 Not really good: 1 vote (sub:1)
 Weak: 3 votes (sub:2, others:1
1 Spanish dubbed
)
 Bad: 1 vote (sub:1)
 Awful: -
 Worst ever: -
Seen in part or in whole by 124 users, rank: #4056 (of 8015)
Median rating: Good
Arithmetic mean: 7.186 (Good+), std. dev.: 2.1808, rank: #2435 (of 8086)
Weighted mean: 6.848 (Good), rank: #3516 (of 8086) (seen all: 7.12 / seen some: 7.40 / won't finish: 4.33)
Bayesian estimate: 6.991 (Good), rank: #2734 (of 6141)
Running time: half hour per episode
Number of episodes: 51
Episode titles: We have 51
Vintage:
2002-02-03 to 2003-01-26
2004-03-21 (France)
Opening Theme:
"DANCE! Ojamajo" by MAHO-DO
"Ma che magie Doremi" by Cristina D'Avena
Ending Theme:
"Watashi no Tsubasa" by Masami Nakatsukasa
#02: "Ojamajo Ondo de HAPPIPPI!!" by MAHO-Dou
Official website:
Links: We have 2
Trivia: We have 2
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Series Director: Takuya Igarashi
Series Composition: Takashi Yamada
Script:
Akatsuki Yamatoya (11 episodes
eps 4, 8, 13, 17, 23, 25, 29, 34-35, 40, 46
)

Midori Kuriyama (19 episodes
eps 1-2, 5, 7, 11-12, 15, 19, 22, 27, 30-31, 38, 42, 44-45, 48, 50-51
)

Yoshimi Narita (10 episodes
eps 3, 10, 16, 20-21, 26, 32, 36, 41, 49
)

Yumi Kageyama (11 episodes
eps 6, 9, 14, 18, 24, 28, 33, 37, 39, 43, 47
)

Episode Director:
Akinori Yabe (7 episodes
eps 6, 14, 20, 27, 35, 43, 47
)

Hideki Hiroshima (5 episodes
eps 2, 11, 18, 26, 33
)

Mamoru Hosoda (eps 40, 49)
Mikine Kuwabara (6 episodes
eps 9, 17, 26, 35, 43, 50
)

Shigeyasu Yamauchi (4 episodes
eps 5, 12, 19, 28
)

Takao Iwai (7 episodes
eps 8, 16, 22, 30, 37, 45, 50
)

Takuya Igarashi (7 episodes
eps 1, 9, 23, 31, 38, 41, 51
)

Tatsuya Nagamine (4 episodes
eps 3, 13, 24, 32
)

Yasuo Yamayoshi (7 episodes
eps 7, 15, 21, 29, 36, 42, 46
)

Yoshihiro Oka (8 episodes
eps 4, 10, 17, 25, 34, 39, 44, 48
)

Yukihiko Nakao (eps 38, 44)
Music: Keiichi Oku
Original Work: Izumi Todo
Original Manga: Shizue Takanashi
Art:
Tomoko Ide (ep 40)
Yuki Yukie (ep 40)
Animation Director:
Akira Inagami (6 episodes
eps 2, 11, 18, 27, 36, 45
)

Chūji Nakajima (5 episodes
eps 6, 13, 22, 34, 44
)

Hiroyuki Kawano (6 episodes
eps 7, 14, 23, 32, 42, 49
)

Mitsuru Aoyama (8 episodes
eps 4, 10, 15, 21, 25, 33, 41, 46
)

Shinobu Ohkochi (eps 20, 30, 38)
Toshie Kawamura (7 episodes
eps 3, 8, 16, 24, 31, 39, 48
)

Yasuhiro Namatame (6 episodes
eps 5, 12, 19, 29, 37, 47
)

Yoshihiko Umakoshi (4 episodes
eps 1, 28, 40, 51
)

Character Conceptual Design: Yoshihiko Umakoshi
Background Art: Sayaka Kubo (ep 40)
Color design: Kunio Tsujita
Color setting: Kazuya Otani (ep 40)
Key Animation:
Chikashi Kubota (ep 40)
Gen Sato (ep 40)
Mikine Kuwabara (ep 40)
Nobutake Ito (ep 40)
Sushio (ep 40)
Takafumi Hori (eps 1, 32, 40)
Yoshihiko Umakoshi (7 episodes
eps 9, 13, 17, 28, 31, 40, 51
)

Production Chief: Kazuo Sakai
Theme Song Performance:
Chiemi Chiba (OP/ED2)
Ikue Ōtani (OP/ED2)
Masami Nakatsukasa (ED1)
Nami Miyahara (OP/ED2)
Rumi Shishido (OP/ED2)
Tomoko Akiya (OP/ED2)
Yuki Matsuoka (OP/ED2)
Chiemi Chiba as Doremi Harukaze
Ikue Ōtani as Hana-chan
Nami Miyahara as Momoko Asuka
Rumi Shishido as Onpu Segawa
Tomoko Akiya as Hazuki Fujiwara
Yuki Matsuoka as Aiko Senoo

Ikue Ōtani as Toto
Jun Mizuki as Rere
Mika Doi as Majo Tourbillon
Nami Miyahara as Nini
Rumi Shishido as Roro
Sawa Ishige as Fafa
Yuka Tokumitsu as Dodo
Yuko Saitou as Mimi

Ai Nagano as
Erika Tamaki
Reika Tamaki
Akemi Okamura as
Junji Manda
Yōko Manda
Akira Ishida as boy
Asuka Tanii as Natasha Benex
Ayumi Takatani as Majo Don
Chihiro Sakurai as Dela
Chinami Nishimura as Orihime (ep 23)
Chizuru Matsuyuki as Mutsumi Kudou
Daisuke Ishikawa as Battle Green (ep 24)
Daisuke Nakayama as Onpu's fan C (ep 4)
Eiji Takemoto as
Tortoise (ep 35)
Turtle (ep 21)
Fumie Houjou as Majo Heart
Fumiko Miyashita as
Kumiko (Second generation)
Minori Asuka
Reika's mom
Fuuko Misaki as Kayoko Nagato
Hajime Iijima as Jorg (Shibata's dog; ep 18)
Haruo Satou as
Battle Red (ep 24)
Photographer Shinokawa (ep 5)
Hiroaki Hirata as Kenzou Asuka (Momoko's dad)
Hiroki Takahashi as
Hikoboshi (ep 23)
Playing card king (ep 6)
Hitoshi Bifu as
Commentator (ep 13)
Gardener (ep 20)
Hazuki's grandfather (Reiko's father)
Ikue Ōtani as Majo Monroe (ep 20)
Ikuo Nishikawa as
Old man (ep 28)
Takoyaki old man (ep 28)
Issei Futamata as Aya's father (ep 19)
Jun Karasawa as Sakuya (ep 33)
Jun Mizuki as Keiko Yamamoto
Junko Takeuchi as
Kimitaka
Masato Rinno
Kanako Tobimatsu as
Hinako-sensei
Surumeko
Kaori Uotani as Boy B (ep 7)
Kaoru Shiomi as
Interviewer (ep 33)
Mother (ep 15)
Witch B (ep 35)
Katsuyuki Konishi as Sachiko's father's student (ep 32)
Kazuhiko Nishimatsu as
Cruel general (ep 24)
Evil Shōgun (ep 24)
Sushi shop guest B (ep 19)
Kazuhiro Nakata as Leo (Shishiza) (ep 23)
Kazumi Okushima as Tooru
Kazunari Kojima as
Battle Blue (ep 24)
Guzzle monster (ep 14)
Manga narrator (ep 8)
Onpu's fan A (ep 4)
Kei Hayami as Sachiko's mother (ep 32)
Keiko Koumyouji as
Beanbag old woman (ep 28)
Majo Cross
Kenichi Suzumura as
Hiroshi Sakuragi
Yōichi Sakuragi (ep 42)
Kenji Nomura as
Akira Fujiwara (Hazuki's dad)
Filippo S. Ojijiide
Roy Beineix (adult)
Kohei Kiyasu as Sean (ep 39)
Kouichi Toochika as Commander White (ep 24)
Kousei Yagi as Souichi Okamura (Aiko's grandfather)
Kumiko Takizawa as Hazuki's grandmother (Reiko's mother)
Kumiko Yokote as
Robbie's mother (ep 44)
Tetsuya Kotake
Tomomi
Yūko Koyama
Kyōko Dōnowaki as
Dai Morikawa
Nobuko Yokokawa
Kyoko Tsuruno as Ingrid Benex
Kyousei Tsukui as
Kouji Senoo (Aiko's father)
Wizard king
Makoto Shinohara as Reporter (ep 33)
Mamiko Noto as
Fujio
Nanako Okada
Sachiko Ijuuin
Sora Miyamae
Mari Adachi as
Battle Pink (ep 24)
Onpu's mom
trump queen
Masaaki Tsukada as
Old man (ep 28)
Painting old man (ep 28)
Masami Iwasaki as Director (ep 24)
Masato Amada as Scarecrow (ep 6)
Mayumi Asano as Majo Reed
Mayumi Shō as
Majo Miller
Mika-san
Mayumi Yamaguchi as
Leon
Takeshi Hasebe
Megumi Takamura as Lala
Michio Miyashita as
Gōji Nakata
Hare (ep 35)
Michiru Yamazaki as
Masayoshi Nakajima
Takao Kimura
Mika Kanai as
Pao-chan
Roy Beineix (young)
Mitsuru Miyamoto as Sachiko's father (ep 32)
Miwa Matsumoto as
Aya Matsushita
Candy Itou (ep 13)
Girl B (ep 24)
Kotarou Okajima
Marianne Benex
Naomi Okuyama
Raita
Rie
Mizuka Arima as Nana-san (ep 28)
Nami Miyahara as Masaru Yada
Nanaho Katsuragi as
Honey (Old woman; ep 48)
Seki-sensei
Nao Kouyama as
Maki Higuchi
Noriko Kano
Naomi Nagasawa as Majorika
Naozumi Takahashi as
Jun Satou
Takerou Hagiwara
Nobuaki Kanemitsu as
Alexander T. Oyajiide
Principal
Shiori's father
Noriko Fujita as Yutaka Oota
Oma Ichimura as
Marina Koizumi
Miho Maruyama
Reiko Fujita as
Bus Guide
Kouji Itou (Second generation)
Yuuji Sagawa
Reiko Kiuchi as
Majo Rin
Tekipaki
Toyokazu Sugiyama
Rieko Nakayama as
Boy A (ep 7)
Cleaning lady (ep 5)
Newscaster (ep 33)
Witch A (ep 35)
Rintarou Nishi as Aiko's uncle
Romi Park as Ba Ba
Ryoka Yuzuki as Angela Benex
Ryoko Nagata as
Hiroko Kine
Keeper Witch (ep 27)
Satoshi Taki as
Auctioneer (ep 25)
Postman (ep 40)
Satoshi Tsuruoka as Salary man (ep 20)
Sawa Ishige as Poppu Harukaze
Shihomi Mizowaki as Kaori Shimakura
Shizuka Okohira as Majo Matsu
Takahiro Sakurai as Hiroaki Shibata
Takayo Yumi as
Majo Pon
Shiori Nakayama
Teki
Tamie Kubota as Majo Roxanne
Tokuyoshi Kawashima as Kimitaka's father (ep 22)
Tomo Saeki as
Akatsuki
Kenji Ogura
Majo Take
Mutsumi's brother
Tomoaki Ikeda as Henri Benex
Tomoko Hiratsuji as Atsuko Senoo
Tomomichi Nishimura as Photographin old man (ep 28)
Tomoyo Harada as Mirai Sakura
Toshihiko Nakajima as Yukari's father (ep 19)
Touko Aoyama as Onpu's fan B (ep 33)
Umi Tenjin as
Hajime Kikuchi
Misaki Shibayama
Robbie Beineix
Yukari Umeno
Yoji Ietomi as
Hachitarou
Silkworm (ep 23)
Yoko as
Majo Ume
Motamota (Witch Examiner)
Yoshihiko Akaida as
TV presenter (ep 44)
Vice principal
Yoshikazu Nagano as
Battle Yellow (ep 24)
Sushi shop guest A (ep 19)
TV announcer (ep 13)
Youko Matsuoka as Majo Vanilla
Yui Maeda as Reiko Fujiwara
Yuka Imai as
Laura Benex
Witch queen
Yuki-sensei
Yuka Nagayoshi as Yuri Satomi (ep 18)
Yuka Shino as Haruka Harukaze (Doremi's mother)
Yuka Tokumitsu as
Kanoko
Mother
Nishizawa-sensei
Yuuka Nishizawa
Yukie Muraoka as
Boy (ep 24)
Girl (ep 34)
Newcomer child (ep 33)
Yukihiro Misono as Doctor
Yukiji as
Cat (ep 28)
Majo Toron
Yukiko Hanioka as
Atarimeko
Girl A (ep 24)
Majo Pii
Minto Wada
Small bird (ep 3)
Yukiko Tamaki as
Onpu's fan A (ep 33)
Onpu's fan D (ep 4)
Yūko Mikami as Boy (ep 33)
Yuko Saitou as
Baaya
Kazuhiro
Mother C
Yumi Nakamura as Reporter (ep 33)
Yusuke Oguri as
Cameraman (ep 24)
Onpu's fan B (ep 4)
Photographer (ep 24)
Yuuko Kawasaki as Mota (Witch Examiner)
Yuuta Mochizuki as Keisuke Harukaze (Doremi's father)
Japanese companies
Broadcaster: TV Asahi
In-Between Animation: Toei Animation Philippines
Production: Toei Animation
French staff
French cast
Dubbing Director: Blanche Ravalec

Theme Song Performance: Melanie Vallois
Blanche Ravalec as
Loulou
Mindy
Fily Keita as Sophie
Laurence Saquet as Doremi

Blanche Ravalec as
Dhélia
Fée Lili
Fily Keita as
Bibi
Flora
Francine Laine as
Majorika/Maggie Grigri
Reine de la Magie
Lionel Melet as François
Odile Schmitt as Fée Baba

Francine Laine as Mère de Dorémi
Lionel Melet as Père de Dorémi
French companies
Dubbing Studio: SOFI
Spanish staff
Spanish cast
Translation:
Alessandra Moura (Spain dub)
Jordi Mas López (Catalan dub)
Ana Begoña Eguileor as Emily Fujiwara (Basque dub)
Blanca Rada as Doremi Harukaze (spain dub)
Carmen Ambrós as Aiko Senoo (Catalan dub)
Carmen Podio as Onpu Segawa (spain dub)
Carolina Tak as Hazuki Fujiwara (spain dub)
Diana Torres as Aiko Senoo (spain dub)
Eba Ojanguren as Mindy Asuka (Basque dub)
Elena Ruiz as Momoko Asuka (spain dub)
Eva Lluch as Doremi Harukaze (Catalan dub)
Jaione Insausti as Sophie Senoo (Basque dub)
Maribel Legarreta as Doremi Harukaze (Basque dub)
Pilar Morales as Hazuki Fujiwara (Catalan dub)
Sílvia Gómez as Onpu Segawa (Catalan dub)

Alazne Erdozia as Baba (Basque dub)
Carmen Podio as Lala (spain dub)
Diana Torres as Turbillon (spain dub)
Inés Blázquez as Baba (spain dub)
Maribel Legarreta as Queen Lumina (Basque dub)
Marta Sáinz as Hana (spain dub)
Pepa Agudo as Popu Harukaze (spain dub)
Rosa Vivas as Rika (spain dub)
Teresa Eguzkiza as Majorika (Basque dub)

Eba Ojanguren as Majorin (Basque dub)
Iker Díaz as Alexander T. Oyajide (Basque dub)
Marta Sáinz as Profesora Nishizawa (spain dub)
Pepa Agudo as Pao (spain dub)
Teresa Eguzkiza as Seki-sensei (Basque dub)
Spanish companies
Broadcaster:
Canal 2 Andalucia (Spain)
Castilla La-Mancha TV (Spain)
Club Super 3 (Spain)
K3 (Televisió de Catalunya)
Nickelodeon Espana (Spain)
Punt 2 (Televisió Valenciana)
Telemadrid (Spain)
Distributor: Arait Multimedia (Spain)
Dubbing: Alamis Doblaje (Spain dub)
Dubbing Studio:
Arait Multimedia (Spain dub) 
Seimar (Catalan dub)
Licensed by: Arait Multimedia (Spain)
Italian staff
Italian cast
Federica Valenti as Momoko Asuka
Marcella Silvestri as Doremi

Emanuela Pacotto as Lullaby
Giovanna Papandrea as Melody
Serena Clerici as Sinfony

Claudio Beccari as Doremi's father
Dania Cericola as Kimitaka
Francesco Orlando as Sinfony's father
Giuliana Nanni as Motamota
Grazia Migneco as Melody's nanny
Jolanda Granato as Hanna
Loredana Nicosia as
Regina Delle Streghe
Yuki (eps 50-51)
Luca Sandri as Hero
Mario Scarabelli as Conte Philip
Monica Bonetto as
Majo Cross
Tetsuya
Paolo Sesana as Fuiu
Patrizia Mottola as Masaro
Patrizia Scianca as Majorika
Riccardo Rovatti as Alexander
Stefania Patruno as Maestra
Tony Fuochi as Re Dei Maghi
Tullia Piredda as Mota
Italian companies
Broadcaster:
Boing
Hiro
Italia 1
Dubbing: Merak Film
Portuguese staff
Portuguese cast
(none)
Ana Vieira as
Flora Makihatayama
Sofia Senoo
Bárbara Lourenço as Doremi Harukaze
Marta Madeira as Emilly Fujiwara
Portuguese companies
Broadcaster: Canal Panda

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