Majokko Megu-chan

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Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Witch Girl Meg, Witch Girl Megu, Majokko Meg-chan, Little Meg the Witch Girl
Japanese: 魔女っ子メグちゃん


Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 72
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 1, 1974 to Sep 29, 1975
Premiered: Spring 1974
Broadcast: Unknown
Producers: None found, add some
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Toei Animation
Source: Unknown
Demographic: ShoujoShoujo
Duration: 25 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

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Score: 6.651 (scored by 556556 users)
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Ranked: #53822
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #8734
Members: 2,715
Favorites: 10

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Synopsis

Megu is sent to Earth in her early teens, she is adopted by Mammi Kanzaki, a former witch who gave up her royal ambitions to wed a mortal. Mammi bewitches her husband and their two children, Rabi and Apo, into believing that Megu has always been the eldest child of the family. Under Mammi's tutelage, Megu learns to control both her abilities and impulses in order to prove her worthiness for the crown. This Rite-of-Passage subtext is continued throughout the series.

(Source: ANN)

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Characters & Voice Actors

Kanzaki, Mammi

Supporting
Yamaguchi, Nana
Japanese

Furu-Furu

Supporting
Tsukase, Noriko
Japanese

Crow

Supporting
Ootake, Hiroshi
Japanese

Kanzaki, Rabi

Supporting
Yamamoto, Keiko
Japanese

Kanzaki, Papa

Supporting
Ootake, Hiroshi
Japanese

Staff

Nishizawa, Nobutaka
Episode Director
Okazaki, Minoru
Episode Director
Endou, Yuuji
Episode Director
Sakaguchi, Hisashi
Episode Director, Animation Director


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Opening Theme

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"Majokko Megu-chan (魔女っ子メグちゃん)" by Youko Maekawa
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Ending Theme

"Hitoribocchi no Megu (ひとりぼっちのメグ)" by Youko Maekawa



Sep 9, 2020
new_babylon (All reviews)
Preliminary
Majokko Megu-chan was a groundbreaking anime when it came out in 1974.
Magical girl shows up to that point had mostly consisted of basic plots and stories which, although sometimes would hint at more mature themes, rarely went out of their comfort zone and remained very child-friendly.

Majokko Megu-chan, on the other hand, dealt with mature themes such as suicide, infidelity, depression, child abandoment, and even irreversible death. But these themes alone would have not been enough to make this series as enjoyable as it is, if it weren't for most of the characters, who have very distinct personalities and complement the story very well. The titular read more
Mar 18, 2021
arisakairi (All reviews)
Preliminary
This is basically a reverse isekai-mahou shoujo anime. This anime is GOOD VERY GOOD

This is very2 recommended for every people who loves classic-anime.

The Fan-service is way to good. The voice acting is good, their back ground is aesthetic, the coloring is good

but somehow, i only found this anime until episode 27. Idk if they only have 27 episode or they are more episode but they were spread.

They have good character development, and i enjoy it somehow.

They story is mainstream in that time but Majokko Megu-chan have good fight scene. The soundtrack is very good.

The art is kinda disturbing somehow but it read more
Jul 22, 2020
FayApple (All reviews)
Preliminary
Episode 1 is about the main character learning that it's, Apparently, WRONG to expect that parents who really love her would not expect her to be nice to a family member who sexually assaulted her just because he is younger.
This is an accurate reflection of what the show is like in general. The message is that human society is better than the matriarchal witch society because human society is based on "love," something that witches don't value, but frankly, it's hard to see why anyone would value "love" as it is portrayed here.
The primary purpose of this show, although it is supposedly aimed at young read more

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Who will become the queen in future - Non or Megu ?
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