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Di Gi Charat Nyo (TV)

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Alternative title:
デ・ジ・キャラットにょ (Japanese)
叮噹小魔女 (Chinese (Taiwan))
Objectionable content: Mild
Plot Summary: Di Gi Charat (a.k.a. Dejiko) - along with Petit Charat (a.k.a. Puchiko) and Gema - travels to Earth as part of her training to become a full-fledged princess. They crash on a small town in Japan, where they meet the Omocha brothers (who spend most of their time thinking how cute Puchiko is) and Mr. & Mrs. Ankoro (an elderly couple that makes Japanese sweets).
User Ratings: 122 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 5 votes (sub:3, raw:1, others:1
1 Spanish dubbed
)
 Excellent: 14 votes (sub:8, dub:4, others:2
1 Portuguese dubbed
1 Spanish subtitled
)
 Very good: 22 votes (sub:14, dub:3, ?:1, others:4
3 Spanish dubbed
1 Portuguese dubbed
)
 Good: 26 votes (sub:20, dub:4, others:2
1 French subtitled
1 Spanish dubbed
)
 Decent: 19 votes (sub:15, dub:3, others:1
1 Indonesian dubbed
)
 So-so: 15 votes (sub:12, dub:2, others:1
1 Spanish dubbed
)
 Not really good: 6 votes (sub:2, dub:1, others:3
2 Portuguese dubbed
1 Spanish dubbed
)
 Weak: 11 votes (sub:6, dub:3, others:2
2 Spanish dubbed
)
 Bad: 1 vote (dub:1)
 Awful: 1 vote (dub:1)
 Worst ever: 2 votes (sub:1, dub:1)
Seen in part or in whole by 458 users, rank: #2265 (of 9685)
Median rating: Good
Arithmetic mean: 6.418 (Decent+), std. dev.: 2.1226, rank: #6089 (of 9811)
Weighted mean: 6.388 (Decent+), rank: #6073 (of 9811) (seen all: 6.85 / seen some: 6.64 / won't finish: 4.47)
Bayesian estimate: 6.493 (Decent+), rank: #5314 (of 7427)
Running time: 12 minutes per episode
Number of episodes: 104
Episode titles: We have 104
Vintage:
2003-04-06 to 2004-03-28
2005-08-01 to 2006-06-23 (Latin America)
Opening Theme:
#1: "Heartbeat" by Prière
#2: "Dynamite I.N.G (ダイナマイト★I・N・G)" by Asami Sanada, Miyuki Sawashiro, and Kyoko Hikami
#3: "Miracle Wonderland (ミラクル☆ワンダーランド)" by Asami Sanada, Miyuki Sawashiro, and Kyoko Hikami
Ending Theme:
#1: "EQUAL ロマンス (Equal Romance)" by Prière
#2: "Di Gi Charat Ondo (デ・ジ・キャラット音頭)" by Asami Sanada, Miyuki Sawashiro, Kyoko Hikami, and Yoshik
#3: "PARTY☆NIGHT -Cyber Trance Version-" by Asami Sanada, Miyuki Sawashiro, Kyoko Hikami, and Yuka Iguchi
#4: "PARTY☆NIGHT -Cyber X'mas Version-" by Asami Sanada, Miyuki Sawashiro, Kyoko Hikami, and Yuka Iguchi
#5: "Daisuki (ダイスキ)" by Asami Sanada, Miyuki Sawashiro, and Kyoko Hikami
Trivia: We have 2
Reviews:
Di Gi Charat Nyo! DVD 9 (Nov 13, 2008)
Di Gi Charat Nyo DVD 1 (Jun 12, 2007)
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DVD (Region 1)
    Di Gi Charat Nyo! - Nyo Arrival (DVD 1) 2007-05-01 (from $20.00)
    Di Gi Charat Nyo! (DVD 2) 2007-07-17 (from $21.60)
    Di Gi Charat Nyo! (DVD 3) 2007-09-04
    Di Gi Charat Nyo! (DVD 4) 2007-11-06 (from $11.99)
    Di Gi Charat Nyo! (DVD 5) 2008-01-08
    Di Gi Charat Nyo! (DVD 6) 2008-03-04 (from $12.98)
    Di Gi Charat Nyo! (DVD 7) 2008-05-20 (from $10.33)
    Di Gi Charat Nyo! (DVD 8) 2008-07-15 (from $21.98)
    Di Gi Charat Nyo! (DVD 9) 2008-09-16

Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Hiroaki Sakurai
Series Composition: Mamiko Ikeda
Scenario:
Hiroaki Sakurai (eps 20, 51, 102)
Kenji Sugihara (4 episodes
eps 68, 89-90, 101
)

Kuniaki Kasahara (4 episodes
eps 63, 70, 83, 95
)

Mamiko Ikeda (18 episodes
eps 1-4, 9, 14, 39-40, 45, 53-54, 67, 77-80, 93, 104
)

Masahiro Yokotani (8 episodes
eps 61, 65-66, 73-74, 88, 92, 100
)

Miho Maruo (8 episodes
eps 22, 29-30, 33-34, 52, 71, 86
)

Rika Nakase (9 episodes
eps 11, 15-16, 43, 50, 57, 64, 84, 94
)

Sayuri Ooba (31 episodes
eps 5-8, 10, 12-13, 19, 23, 25-27, 35-37, 42, 44, 49, 55-56, 58-59, 62, 75-76, 81-82, 87, 97, 99, 103
)

Tomoko Konparu (6 episodes
eps 28, 41, 46, 69, 91, 98
)

Yasuko Kobayashi (12 episodes
eps 17-18, 24, 31-32, 38, 47-48, 60, 71, 85, 96
)

Storyboard:
Shinji Satō (6 episodes
eps 11, 16, 19, 37-39
)

Tetsuro Araki (eps 54, 63)
Episode Director: Tetsuro Araki (ep 54)
Music: Toshio Masuda
Original creator: Koge-Donbo*
Character Design: Yoshiki Yamakawa
Animation Director: Kazuya Saitō (5 episodes
eps 42, 55, 75, 89, 101
)

Producer: Koji Morimoto

Background Art: Norihiko Yokomatsu (Studio Wyeth; eps 41-42)
Sound Effects: Mitsuru Kageyama (Fizz Sound Creation)
Theme Song Performance:
Asami Sanada (OP 2-3, ED 2-5)
Kyōko Hikami (OP 2-3, ED 2-5)
Miyuki Sawashiro (OP 2-3, ED 2-5)
Priere
Yoshiko Kamei (ED 2)
Yuka Iguchi (ED 3-4)
Asami Sanada as Di Gi Charat / Dejiko (Chocolat)
Kyōko Hikami as Hikaru Usada / Rabi~En~Rose
Miyuki Sawashiro as Petit Charat / Puchiko (Cappuccino)
Yoshiko Kamei as Gema

Chihiro Suzuki as Ky Schweitzer
Kaori Nazuka as Usuzu-chan
Kenji Nojima as Yasushi Omocha
Kōsuke Toriumi as Rik Heisenberg
Megumi Hayashibara as Piyocola Analogue III / Piyoko
Omi Minami as Kiyoshi Omocha
Shion Hirota as Akua
Tomo Saeki as Coo Erhard
Yuka Iguchi as Akari Usada

Akemi Okamura as Francois Usada
Atsuko Enomoto as Rina Charat
Chiemi Chiba as Housekeeper
Eiji Takemoto as Hiroshi Hidai
Issei Miyazaki as Hitomaro Sento
Jun Fukuyama as Ned
Kazuya Ichijō as Michel Usada
Kōichi Tōchika as Furyou
Kōichi Yamadera as Yama-chan
Mami Nakanishi as Akua's Little Sister
Masahito Yabe as Musshu Sento
Masami Kikuchi as Dafuku Ankoro
Mika Kanai as Kinako Ankoro
Norihisa Mori as John
Noriko Hidaka as Di Gi Charat Mama
Rei Naitō as Paul
Rina Nakayama as Gomadare
Ruri Asano as Obaa-chan
Ryō Naitō as Poll
Ryoko Shintani as Milfeulle Sakuraba (ep 73)
Saori Gotō as Victoria Elizabeth
Sayaka Narita as Jennifer
Shinichirō Miki as W. C. Nicol
Takashi Matsuyama as Kintarou Kumagaya
Tomoko Kawakami as
Chibi Akari
Girl B
Kareida-san
Yūichi Nagashima as Hitsu Ji
Yūji Ueda as Principal
Yūko Sanpei as Ponzu
Japanese companies
Animation: Madhouse
Animation Direction: Oh! Production (6 episodes
eps 5-6, 14, 27, 39-40
)

Backgrounds:
DR Movie
Studio Wyeth
Broadcaster:
TV Osaka
TV Tokyo
Distributor: Bandai Visual
Music Production: B-Fairy Records
Original Concept: Broccoli
Photography: Studio Twinkle
Post Production: Q-Tec
English staff
English cast
Translation: Kathleen Westlake
Executive producer: Ken Iyadomi
Producer:
Diana Gage (Ocean)
Taku Otsuka

Associate producer: Mai Mizuta (eps 49-72)
Chief Producer:
Charles McCarter
Nobuo Masuda (eps 49-72)
Dialogue Editing:
Aaron MacDonald (eps 17-24, 33-56)
Aaron Nordean (eps 33-40)
Christopher Cleator (32 episodes
eps 17-24, 33-48, 65-72
)

Cisco McLaren (eps 33-56)
Kevin Stremlaw (eps 25-32)
Marc Matsumoto (eps 1-8)
Ryan Manning (eps 57-64)
Ryan Nowak (eps 49-56, 65-72)
Timur Kalyuzhnyy (eps 1-8)
Production Assistant:
Brian Cutts (eps 49-72)
Stephanie Fernandez
Tatsuhiro Nishiuchi
Production Coordination:
Amanda Yen
Geoffrey A. Rosen
Mai Mizuta (eps 33-48)
Stephen Hedley
Production manager: Diana Gage
Re-Recording Mixing:
Jan Deny (eps 9-72)
Keith A. Goddard (eps 1-8)
Recording engineer:
Brad Belden (eps 1-8, 17-72)
Ryan Manning (eps 9-16)
Script Adaptation: Kathleen Westlake
Subtitle Coordinator: Warren Opheim
Subtitle Script: Kim Wishart Goddard
Video Post-Production:
Elisa Chee (eps 17-48)
Keith Crosley (eps 1-8, 17-48)
Michael Hey (eps 1-8, 17-48)
Sean McConkey (eps 49-72)
Shannon Lum (eps 49-72)
Voice Direction: Teri Snelgrove
Carol-Anne Day as Hikaru Usada / Rabi~En~Rose
Chris Simms as Di Gi Charat / Dejiko (Chocolat)
Mariette Sluyter as Petit Charat / Puchiko (Cappuccino)

Angie Beers as
Akari Usada
Yuurei
Brendan Hunter as
Hitomaru Himashi (Bathhouse Son)
Kareida (Handsome Man)
Cole Howard as Coo Erhard
Ethan Cole as Rik Heisenberg
Katie Rowan as Aqua
Leda Davies as Piyocola Analogue III/Piyoko
Maizun Jayoussi as Rinna Charat
Ryan Stockert as Ky Schweitzer
Scott Roberts as Yasushi Omocha
Sean Broadhurst as Kiyoshi Omocha

Ben Jeffery as
Paul
Something Shopkeeper
Brendan Hunter as
(Additional Voices); Sings 'Fall in Love
Aqua's Sister
Award Presenter
Baseball Announcer
Bathroom Man
Blue Reminder
Computer Geek 1
Crowd Member 2
Customer 2
Customer 3
Drummer
Kid 1
Neighbor
Produce Vendor
Salon Customer
Stranger
Subfloor Dweller
Taro Akihabara
Ungrateful Glutton
Brett Bauer as
Akali Usada Fan
Class Leader
Caitlynne Medrek as Mike Charat
Cole Howard as Mjr. Coo Erhard/Young Yasushi 
Elinor Holt as Di Gi Charat's Mom
Gerald Matthews as W.C. Meat Man
Jason Booker as Grandson
Jeffrey Watson as Rod P
Kris Rundle as
Francoise Usada
Jennifer
Leah Dubbin-Steckel as Profound Boy
Linda Zbryski as Kinako Ankoro
Mariette Sluyter as Granny
Michael Shephard as Daifuku Ankoro
Roger Rhodes as
Gun Man
John
Michel Usada
Ned
Steve Olson as Mr. Wonderful
Suzette Mattar as Mommy's Baby
Tommy James as Kintaro Kumagawa
Tony Binns as Hiroshi Hitai

English companies
ADR Production: The Ocean Group
Distributor: Bandai Entertainment
DVD Menu Design:
DIVITEK (Vols. 1-2)
LittleHaus (Vols. 3-9)
DVD Production Services: SpeeDVD (Vols. 3-9)
Licensed by:
Bandai Entertainment (Expired)
Recording Studio: Blue Water Studios
Spanish staff
Spanish cast
ADR Director: Franklin Zambrano
Giannina Jurado as Petit Charat/Puchiko (Pyoko) (1st voice)
Jhaidy Barboza as Petit Charat/Puchiko (Pyoko) (2nd voice)
Mercedes Prato as DiGi Charat/Dejiko

Gonzalo Fumero as Kiyoshi Omocha
Luis Carreño as Yasushi Omocha
Maythe Guedes as Akari Usada
Melanie Henriquez as Mike Charat

Edilu Martinez as Reina (DiGi Charat Mama)
Héctor Indriago as Señor Maravilloso
Jose Manuel Vieira as President
Juan Guzmán as Rik Heisenberg
Kaihiamal Martínez as
Koo
Señor Maravilloso
Luis Pérez Pons as Grandfather
Maritza Rojas as Gema
Rebeca Aponte as
Dulce Consentido
Pyoko
Rolman Bastidas as Tai the Doctor

Spanish companies
Channel: Animax (venezuela) 
Dubbing Studio: Estudios Lain
Licensed by: Locomotion (Latin America; expired)
Portuguese staff
Portuguese cast
Dubbing Director: Márcia Regina
Translation:
Fabrício Kazuo Karasawa (JBC member)
Karen Kazumi Hayashida (JBC; some eps)

Insert Song Performance:
Júlia Castro (Kareida's Song)
Kate Kelly (Akari Usada's songs)
Screen Inserts: Ronaldo Artinic
Fernanda Bullara as DiGi Charat/Dejiko
Jussara Marques as Hikaru Usada/Rabi~En~Rose
Márcia Regina as Petit Charat/Puchiko

Fátima Noya as Gema
Flora Paulita as
Linna (1st voice - from eps 31 and 32)
Piyocola Analogue III/Piyoko
Letícia Quinto as Assombração (Yuurei)
Luciana Baroli as Acqua
Mauro Eduardo as Yasushi Omocha
Samira Fernandes as Mike Charat
Tarsila Amorim as Linna (2nd voice)

Adriana Pissardini as DiGi Charat Mama
Carlos Silveira as Mushu Sento
Cecília Lemes as Kinako Ankoro
César Marchetti as Dafuku Ankoro (2nd voice)
Diego Marques as Paul
Elisa Villon as Vitória Elizabeth
Fábio Lucindo as Hitomaru Sento
Flávia Narciso as Minto (Mint) (ep 73)
Hermes Baroli as Rik Heisenberg
Júlia Castro as Kareida
Kate Kelly as Fake Akari Usada
Luiz Laffey as Kin
Marcelo Campos as Principe White Horse (Gema in prince form)
Marcelo Pissardini as Dafuku Ankoro (1st voice)
Marli Bortoletto as Francois Usada
Melissa Garcia as Mirufiu (Milfeulle) (ep 73)
Nestor Chiesse as Senhor Secretário
Rodrigo Andreatto as Coo Erhard
Sílvio Giraldi as ProtetoRanger Vermelho
Tatá Guarnieri as Michel Usada
Tatiane Keplmair as
Filhinho do Papai
Vanilla (ep 73)
Thiago Longo as John
Wellington Lima as Tataratataratataraavô dos Irmãos Omocha
Yuri Chesman as Ky Schweitzer

Portuguese companies
Broadcaster:
Animax 
Animax Brazil
Dubbing Studio: Álamo
Licensed by: Locomotion (Brazil; expired)
Translation: JBC
Chinese (Taiwan) staff
Chinese (Taiwan) companies
(none)
Licensed by: Mighty Media Co., Ltd.
Chinese (Taiwan) cast
(none)

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