World Fairy Tale Series (TV)

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Alternative title:
Cuentilandia (Spanish)
Le fiabe più belle (Italian)
Les Contes les plus Célèbres (French)
Märchen Ōkoku (Japanese)
Merhen Ōkoku (Japanese)
Sekai Meisaku Dōwa Series: Wow! Märchen Ōkoku (Japanese)
Skarbczyk najpiękniejszych bajek (Polish)
The World's Most Famous Tales
حكايات ما أحلاها (Arabic)
世界名作童話シリーズ・ワ~ォ!メルヘン王国 (Japanese)
Objectionable content: None
Plot Summary: As Alladin rubbed a lamp, suddenly a gigantic Genie came out of it and said “I can make any wish come true, Sir”. –Aladdin, Beauty and the Beast, Cinderella etc. this series includes the many widely known 26 world fairy tales.
Running time: half hour per episode
Number of episodes: 26
Episode titles: We have 26
Vintage:
1994-12 (France)
1995-04-07 to 1995-09-29
Comment:
Not to be confused with World Famous Fairy Tale Series produced in late 1970s to early 1980s
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Series Director: Hiroshi Shidara
Script:
Aya Matsui (4 episodes
eps 2, 9, 20, 26
)

Etsuo Suzuki (6 episodes
eps 1, 7, 12, 15, 22, 25
)

Yasunori Yamada (5 episodes
eps 4, 10, 13, 19, 23
)

Yoshimasa Takahashi (eps 8, 18)
Yumi Kageyama (9 episodes
eps 3, 5-6, 11, 14, 16-17, 21, 24
)

Original creator:
Alexandre Dumas (ep 19)
Carlo Collodi (ep 7)
Charles Perrault (eps 2, 4, 11)
E.T.A. Hoffman (ep 20)
Hans Christian Andersen (eps 6, 16, 24)
Howard Pyle (ep 10)
Jacob Grimm (7 episodes
eps 5, 8, 12-13, 17, 22-23
)

Jeanne-Marie Le Prin Beaumont (ep 3)
Johanna Spyri (ep 26)
Johnathan Swift (ep 18)
L. Frank Baum (ep 21)
Lewis Carroll (ep 14)
Lyman Frank Baum (ep 21)
Wilhelm Grimm (7 episodes
eps 5, 8, 12-13, 17, 22-23
)

Art:
Hitoshi Nagao (eps 15, 23)
Iwamitsu Itō (eps 1, 5, 8)
Ryuuji Yoshiike (12 episodes
eps 3, 6-7, 9-15 odd, 16, 19-25 odd
)

Shinzo Yuki (12 episodes
eps 4-5, 8-14 even, 17-18, 20-26 even
)

Shoichiro Sugiura (eps 2, 4, 24)
Takeshi Waki (eps 3, 9, 21)
Toshikazu Ishiwata (4 episodes
eps 19, 22, 25-26
)

Toshiyuki Ozeki (ep 6)
Animation Director:
Hiroshi Watanabe (eps 5, 11)
Hisatoshi Motoki (4 episodes
eps 3, 12, 18, 23
)

Ichio Hayashi (5 episodes
eps 2, 8, 14, 20, 25
)

Jouji Yanase (eps 9, 15, 21)
Kiyoshi Matsumoto (4 episodes
eps 4, 10, 16, 22
)

Rie Nishiyama (ep 6)
Shinya Takahashi (ep 24)
Takao Yamazaki (ep 17)
Yasuhiro Yamaguchi (5 episodes
eps 1, 7, 13, 19, 26
)

Executive producer: Ryuichi Sugimoto
Planning: Shinji Shimizu
Aya Hisakawa as Belle
Hikaru Midorikawa as Robin Hood
Keiko Yamamoto as First Little Pig
Minami Takayama as Pinocchio
Ryotaro Okiayu as Aladdin
Takaya Hashi as Gulliver
Tomiko Suzuki as Hansel
Yasuhiro Takato as Puss in Boots
Yuko Minaguchi as Cinderella
Yumi Touma as The Little Match Girl
Yuri Amano as Snow White
Yuri Shiratori as Sleeping Beauty

Mami Koyama as Narration
Japanese companies
Animation Production: Toei Animation
French cast
French staff
Theme Song Performance: Claude Lombard
Albert Augier as
Chapelier
Gepetto
Père d'Aurore
Renard
Roi de coeur
Roi Richard
Shérif de Nottingham
Antoine Nouel as
Robin des Bois
Sinbad
Bernard Tiphaine as Narrateur (ep 21)
Blanche Ravalec as
Belle-Mère (eps 2, 8)
Fée Bleue
Maman Chèvre
Marâtre de Hansel et Gretel
Mère de Blanche-Neige
Claude Chantal as
Marraine
Narratrice (eps 5-10)
Soeur de Cendrillon
Emmanuel Karsen as Génie de la Bague
Evelyne Selena as
Mère du Petit Chaperon Rouge
Narratrice (eps 16, 18, 23)
Francette Vernillat as
Bécassou
Cochon 3
Hansel
Pinocchio
Jane Val as
Grand-mère (eps 5, 17)
Mère d'Aladin
Mère des cochons
Sorcière
Souris
Jean-François Kopf as
Commandant de Liliput
Épouvantail
Roi des souris
Scarabée
Joel Martineau as Vieux chat
Laurence Saquet as
Constance
La petite Sirène
Marianna
Maurice Sarfati as
Chat
Loup (ep 13)
Père d'Hansel & Gretel
Michel Bedetti as
Chat du Cheshire
Chenille
Grand Méchant Loup
Magicien
Miroir
Narrateur (eps 2, 11)
Michel Muller as
Empereur de Blefuscu
Lion peureux
Vieux coq
Patricia Legrand as
Glinda
Petit chaperon rouge
Raoul Guillet as Magicien d'Oz
Vincent Barazzoni as
Aladin
Cochon 2
Prince (eps 2, 8)
Prince Jean
Vincent Violette as
Bûcheron
Duc de Buckingham
French companies
Broadcaster:
France 3 (from December 1994)
Spanish staff
Spanish companies
(none)
Distributor: Planeta DeAgostini Comics (Latin America)
Spanish cast
(none)
Italian staff
Italian cast
Dubbing Director: Lidia Costanzo

Theme Song Composition: Silvio Amato
Theme Song Lyrics: Alessandra Valeri Manera
Theme Song Performance:
Cristina D'Avena
Enzo Draghi (Home Video edition)
Italian companies
Broadcaster:
Boing (from 18 December 2006)
Cartoonito (from 8 March 2014)
Hiro (from 5 October 2009)
Italia 1 (from 1995)
Distributor: DeAgostini (VHS & DVD)
Arabic staff
Arabic cast
Translation: Muhammad Baghdadi

Assistant Director: Laila Mansour
Composed & Arranged: Samir Kusibati
Mixage: Samer Abu Asali
Montage: Samer Abu Hamad
OP Theme Song Performance:
Rasha Rizk
Tariq Al-Arabi Tourgane
Preparation: Muhammad Shikh Ali
Production manager: Radwan Hijazi
Supervision: Maamoon Al-Rifai
Theme Song Lyrics: Raida Al-Khodari
Arabic companies
Broadcaster: Spacetoon
Dubbing: Al Zahra Centre - VENUS (Syria)
Polish staff
Polish cast
Dubbing Director: Tomasz Grochoczyński

Montage: Jacek Kacperek
Organizator Of Production: Aneta Staniszewska
Polish companies
Distributor DVD: MediaWay

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