Himitsu no Akko-chan (TV 2)

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[ remake of Himitsu no Akko-chan (TV) ]

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    Himitsu no Akko-chan (TV 3) (remake)
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Alternative title:
Caroline (French)
Un mondo di magia (Italian)
ひみつのアッコちゃん (Japanese)
Genres: magic
Themes: magical girl
Objectionable content: None
Plot Summary: Akko-chan is a bright and energetic 5th grader in elementary school whose father is a newscaster and mother is a picture-book writer. Akko always cherishes the palm-sized mirror that was given to her by her father and treats it with care. However, the mirror was accidentally broken by her absent-minded mother. On a night where a beautiful full-moon hangs in the sky, Akko-chan buries the mirror pieces in the garden and goes to sleep. She is awakened by a soft and kind voice which belongs to the Queen of the Mirror Kingdom. She sends her gratitiude to Akko-chan for cherishing the mirror with care and offers her a magical compact mirror. Whenever she sings the magical words, Akko-chan will be able to transform into anything she wants.
Running time: half hour per episode
Number of episodes: 61
Episode titles: We have 61
Vintage:
1988-10-09 to 1989-12-24
1990-04-05 (France)
Opening Theme:
"Himitsu no Akko-chan" by Mitsuko Horie
Ending Theme:
"DON'T YOU" by Mitsuko Horie/Time Five
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Series Director: Hiroki Shibata
Episode Director:
Takenori Kawada
Toru Yamada
Original creator: Fujio Akatsuka
Character Design: Yoshinori Kanemori
Art Director: Nobuto Sakamoto
Art design: Nobuto Sakamoto
Director of Photography: Masahide Okino

Background Art: Tomoko Yoshida
Theme Song Arrangement: Nozomi Aoki (OP, ED)
Theme Song Lyrics: Hisashi Inoue (OP)
Theme Song Performance: Mitsuko Horie (OP, ED)
Mitsuko Horie as Kagami 'Akko' Atsuko

Aya Hisakawa as Hotaru
Banjou Ginga as Gagami Ken'ichirou
Bin Shimada as Pilot Ohnishi
Chieko Honda as Takei Tsukiko
Jouji Yanami as Yamashita Couch
Kaneto Shiozawa as Tokihisa-Sensei
Kazuko Sugiyama as Moko
Kazumi Tanaka as
Gentarou
principal
strange old man
Naoko Watanabe as Shippona
Noriko Tsukase as Gummo
Shigeru Nakahara as Keeoh
Takeshi Kusao as Tohru
Yoshiko Ohta as Akko's mother
Yuko Mita as Ganmo
Yumi Touma as Kyoko Tanaka
Japanese companies
Broadcaster: Fuji TV
Production: Toei Animation
French cast
French staff
ADR Director: Gérard Dessalles

Theme Song Performance: Géraldine Baille (French version)
Virginie Ogouz as Caroline Papillon

Amélie Morin as Léa(2nd voice)
Bernard Soufflet as
Barnabé
Chouchou
Julien
Brigitte Lecordier as Chipounette(2nd voice)
Eric Aubrahn as Chouchou(first episodes)
Eric Etcheverry as
Casimir
Samson
Valentin(2nd voice)
Gérard Desalles as le papa de Caroline
Gérard Dessalles as
Mr Alexandre
Père de Caroline
Joelle Guigui as
Chipounette(2nd voice)
Léa
Lisette
Melle Véronique
Valentin
Martine Reigner as Chipounette
Michèle Bardollet as
Boubou
la maman de Caroline
Nestor
Sophie Arthuys as Valentin(eps 42-45)
Virginie Ogouz as Caroline

French companies
Broadcaster:
La 5
Mangas
TF1
Distributor: AB distribution
Dubbing:
SOFI
Studio SOFI
Italian staff
Italian cast
Dubbing Director: Guido Rutta

Post Production: Ignazio Giardina
Theme Song Performance: Cristina D'Avena
Transcription: Stefano Di Modugno
Aldo Stella as Gyoro
Davide Garbolino as Giulio
Debora Magnaghi as Stilly
Diego Sabre as Goma
Flavio Arras as Papà di Stilly
Luigi Rosa as Luigi
Marcella Silvestri as Dorina
Marina Massironi as Mamma di Stilly
Paola Tovaglia as Birba
Italian companies
Broadcaster: Italia 1 (from 1990)
Distributor: DENEB FILM - Milano
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