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Mahou Tsukai Chappy or Little Witch Chappy (魔法使いチャッピー?) is an anime series that debuted in Asahi Broadcasting Corporation in 1972. It is the fifth magical girl anime in history, and the fifth produced by the Toei Animation studio.[1]

In addition to its success in Japan, Chappy has been dubbed into Italian, French, and Spanish and broadcast on TV in Italy and in various Latin American nations such as Mexico, Peru, or Chile.

Chappy, along with other Toei magical girls such as Akko-chan, Sally, Cutie Honey, Megu-chan, Lunlun, and Lalabel, is a playable character in the Sony PlayStation game Majokko Daisakusen: Little Witching Mischiefs.

Plot

Chappy's story is much like Sally's of Mahou Tsukai Sally (Little Witch Sally). Chappy becoming sick of the old customs of her people, left the Land of Magic for the human world. Soon her family sees how much she has in the other realm that they decided to join her new home[2]. Chappy is known for being the first witch to use a wand. Her special chant is "Abura Mahariku Maharita Kabura"

Cast

Characters

  • Chappy: A little witch who becomes bored of the Magic World, and escapes to Earth. She uses magic with her grandfather's baton.
  • Jun: Chappy's little brother. He is able to transform into different animals. He always wants to ride Don-chan's magical car.
  • Don-chan: A talking panda who rides around in a magical car.
  • Papa and Mama: Chappy and Jun's parents. They decide to live in the human world.
  • Grandpa: Chappy and Jun's grandfather. He is constantly yelling at his son. He cares deeply for Chappy.
  • Obaba: The oldest witch. She is a type of guardian to Chappy's family, but has no blood relation to them.
  • Michiko: Chappy's first friend on Earth. A hot-headed tomboy, she keeps her two little brothers in line. Her father owns a dry cleaning business.
  • Ipei and Nihei: Michiko's two little brothers. They are both trouble makers, and are close with Jun.
  • Shizuko: The local girly-girl. She is one of Chappy's classmates, and close friends.

Episode list

Episode Title
1 The Magical Family is Here
2 My Friend is a Monster
3 What is Papa?
4 Comparing the Nature of Man
5 Don-chan's Sister
6 Reclaim Mama
7 500m to Glory
8 Cannot Return back to the Magical World
9 The Targeted Baton
10 Phantom D51
11 Three Wishes
12 Compare the Wishes of Grandma
13 Papa's Diary
14 Ghost Disturbance in the Hostel
15 My Favorite Principal for the Day
16 Girl from the Magical Hill
17 Thank you, Papa
18 Adventure on the Isolated Island
19 Baby-napper
20 Hello, Phoenix
21 Homerun Leader
22 The Dolphin Paradise
23 The Festival
24 The Demon that Run Away
25 Don-chan's Rainbow
26 The Bicycle that Flies into the Sky
27 Don-chan Flood
28 Independence! Waste Park
29 Prince of the Animals
30 Please Wait, Otamgetter!
31 The Distinguished Granny
32 Yearning of Kyoto
33 Apple Village, Apple Apple Showdown
34 Come out for the Sword Fight
35 Money and Friendship
36 Jump! The Ultra Revolution
37 Farewell, Yukinko
38 Thinking of Christmas
39 Where are you going Chappy?

Music

Japanese Title English Title Artist Description
Mahôu Tsukai Chappy Magic Witch Chappy[3] Shingazu Suri Opening Theme
Don-chan no Uta Don's Song[3] Kousei Tomita Ending Theme
Mahou no Warutsu Magical Waltz Kumiko Onoki Insert Song (Final Episode)

Theme written by Keiko Osonoe and music composed by Hiroshi Tsutsui[4]

References

  1. Estrada, Cecil (2002), "Which Witch is Which?", Questor Magazine (San Juan, Metro Manila, Philippines: LC Worldwide Questor Corp., published December 2002) 3 (11), p. 6 
  2. IMDB
  3. 3.0 3.1 Anime Lyrics
  4. Mahou Tsukai Chappy Soundtrack

External links


id:Mahou Tsukai Chappy it:La maga Chappy

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