Taro the Space Alien (TV)

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Alternative title:
Taro el extraterrestre (Spanish)
Uchuujin Tanaka Taro (Japanese)
うちゅう人 田中太郎 (Japanese)
Genres: action, comedy
Plot Summary: Takashi Horimachi is an ordinary curious fifth grader attending "Anytown" Elementary School. One day, a very unusual transfer student named Taro Tanaka joins Takashi's class. Takashi and his classmates have never encountered anyone quite like Taro before. He is blue, has huge glowing eyes, pointy ears, a smooth bald head and one horn. Takashi, obsessed with trying to figure out this strange new visitor, attempts to track Taro's every move; and in the process he continuously falls victim to Taro's hilarious assortment of cosmic jokes and traps.
Number of episodes: 24
Episode titles: We have 24
Vintage: 2000-04-17 to 2001-03-30
Links: We have 1
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Yorifusa Yamaguchi
Series Composition: Michihiro Tsuchiya
Script:
Koji Ueda (11 episodes
eps 3, 5, 7-8, 12-13, 15-23 odd
)

Michihiro Tsuchiya (12 episodes
eps 1, 4, 6, 9-11, 14-24 even
)

Storyboard: Yorifusa Yamaguchi (4 episodes
eps 1, 19-20, 22
)

Episode Director: Yorifusa Yamaguchi (5 episodes
eps 1, 19-20, 22, 24
)

Music: Cher Watanabe
Original creator: Yasunari Nagatoshi
Character Design: Masaru Oshiro
Art Director: Hiroshi Yoshikawa
Animation Director: Masaru Oshiro (5 episodes
eps 1, 6, 20, 22, 24
)

Sound Director: Shigeru Chiba
Producer: Ryoji Shimizu

Background Art:
Kazushige Takatoo (See Through Studio; ep 1)
Osamu Tayama (See Through Studio; ep 1)
Color setting: Masami Nagano
Digital Paint:
Fumie Kato (ep 1)
Kumiko Kaneko (ep 1)
Yaeko Mizukami (ep 1)
Editing: Seiji Morita
In-Between Animation:
Kazuharu Saito (Jungle Gym; ep 1)
Kazuo Harada (Jungle Gym; ep 1)
Kazuyuki Ueda (Studio Hibari; ep 1)
Miyuki Nishimura (Jungle Gym; ep 1)
Ryozo Sugiyama (Studio Hibari; ep 1)
Taisuke Iwasaki (Studio Hibari; ep 1)
Music producer: Takashi Yoshida
Recording Adjustment: Masanori Tsuchiya
Sound Effects:
Masahiro Shoji (Fizz Sound Creation)
Masami Kitakata (Fizz Sound Creation)
Punch UFO as Taro Tanaka
Sachi Matsumoto as Takashi Horimachi

Chinami Nishimura as Kyoko Asada
Kumiko Yokote as Yutaka
Kurumi Mamiya as Yuji
Sawa Ohno as Masami
Showtaro Morikubo as Teacher
Japanese companies
Animation Production: Studio Hibari
Backgrounds: See Throu Studio
Broadcaster: TV Tokyo ("Oha Star")
Digital Editing: Morita Editing Room
In-Between Animation:
Studio Hibari
Studio Jungle Gym
Recording Studio: Procen Studio
Sound Effects: Fizz Sound Creation
Sound Production: HALF H·P STUDIO
Video Editing: Imagica
English staff
English companies
(none)
Broadcaster: Okto (Singapore - as Channel i)
English cast
(none)
Korean staff
Korean companies
(none)
Broadcaster:
Animax Korea (from 2012)
Tooniverse (from 17 April 2007)
Korean cast
(none)
Spanish staff
Spanish cast
Translation:
Carles Boluda (Catalan dub)
Ramón Burgos (Catalan dub)
Susanna Fosch (Catalan dub)
ADR Script:
Manuel Lázaro (Catalan dub)
Ramón Burgos (Catalan dub)

Dubbing Assistant: Ernest Rusinés (Catalan dub)
Theme Song Performance:
Alberto Escobal García (OP & ED; Spain dub)
Joaquim Sota (ED, Catalan dub)
Jordi Vila (OP, Catalan dub)
Aleix Estadella as Taro Tanaka (Catalan dub)
Anna Orra as Takashi Horimachi (Catalan dub)
Anselmo Herrero as Taro Tanaka (Spain dub)
Miquel Ruiz as Takashi Horimachi (Majorcan dub)

Antonio Pujós as Alienígena Malvat (Catalan dub)
Berta Cortés as Amiga de Kyoko (Catalan dub)
Carmen Ambrós as Kyoko Asada (Catalan dub)
Fátima Casado as Takashi Horimachi (Spain dub)
Jordi Vila as Director de l'Escola (Catalan dub)
Pilar Ferrero as Kyoko Asada (Spain dub)

Aleix Estadella as Tribu de Taro (Catalan dub)
Antón Palomar as Foreigner (Spain dub)
Estívaliz Lizárraga as Masami (Spain dub)
José Manuel Cortizas as Mechawaru (Spain dub)
Nuria Marín Picó as Rie (Spain dub)
Sonia Torrecilla as Yuji (Spain dub)
Víctor Prieto as Teacher (Spain dub)
Spanish companies
Broadcaster:
K3 (Televisió de Catalunya)
Telemadrid (Spain)
Distributor: Luk Internacional (Spain)
Dubbing Studio: Dubbing Films (Catalan dub)
Licensed by: Luk Internacional (Spain)
German staff
German companies
(none)
Song Production: Arts of Toyco (Opening Song)
German cast
(none)
Tagalog staff
Tagalog companies
(none)
Broadcaster: HERO TV
Tagalog cast
(none)

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