English: Fables of the Green Forest
Synonyms: Rocky Chuck the Mountain Rat, Rocky Chuck the Woodchuck, Peter Conttontail in The Green Forest, Peter Cottontail and Friends
Japanese: 山ねずみ ロッキーチャック
Jan 7, 1973 to Dec 30, 1973
26 min. per ep.
G - All Ages
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SynopsisVarious stories about a group of animals that live together in a forest. The stories are adaptations from the many children's books written by Thornton W. Burgess.
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Opening Theme"Midori no Hidamari (緑の陽だまり)" by Mitchi to Chataraz (ミッチーとチャタラーズ)
Ending Theme"Rocky to Polly (ロッキーとポリー)" by Mitchi to Chataraz (ミッチーとチャタラーズ)
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Both are anime featuring talking animals living in a natural setting (only occasionally intersect with human characters).
The characters aren't too humanized like Koala Boy Kocky, but they seem more like animals in customs and acts.
Both animes have humanized animal as protagonists. By this I mean that they walk on two legs, they talk, make facial expressions,
Also in both stories the main character abandons his original land to fend for themselves.
In both animes the animals interact as people but in natural environments.
In Geragera Boes Monogatari everything happens between animals, no human characters, but in Yama Nezumi Rocky Chuck if there are some although the most relevant are the animal characters.
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