Akazukin Chacha, or Red Hood Chacha, by Ayahana Min, is loosely (extremely loosely) based on Little Red Riding Hood. The main characters are: Chacha, a little red-hooded girl who is an ... See full summary »
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Credited cast:
Mayumi Akado ...
 Yakko (voice)
Noriko Hidaka ...
 Shiine (voice)
Shingo Katori ...
 Riiya (voice)
Taiki Matsuno ...
 Rascal-sensei (voice)
Noriko Namiki ...
 Orin (voice)
Junko Ohtsubo ...
 Dorothy (voice)
Tomo Sakurai ...
 Marin (voice)
Tohru Senrui ...
 Seravi (voice)
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 Urara-enchou (voice)
Masami Suzuki ...
 Chacha (voice)
Keaton Yamada ...
 Genius (voice)
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Akazukin Chacha, or Red Hood Chacha, by Ayahana Min, is loosely (extremely loosely) based on Little Red Riding Hood. The main characters are: Chacha, a little red-hooded girl who is an incompetent magic user; Riiya, a werewolf boy and Chacha's best friend; and Shiine, a magic-using boy who wants Chacha. The stories revolve around the adventures of the three characters and, on a lesser scale, their love triangle. Chacha can also transform into a magical fighting girl for some reason... Written by David McGuire <bdm55707@jetson.uh.edu>

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More praise for this cute TV animation
6 December 2001 | by (Mesa, Arizona, USA) – See all my reviews

Definitely aimed at children, this pun-laden, but endearing series is an entertaining show which shows what just might happen if all the fairy tale characters of yore went to grade school together.

The misadventures of the witch-in-training Chacha (Little Red Riding Hood), her childhood friend Riiya (a werewolf, or rather, werepuppy), and Riiya's rival for her affections, Shiine-chan (a budding magic-user who *tries* to be debonair) are enjoyable, and if you're not expecting a philosophically heavy series, a wonderful way to spend time, especially with children or young teens in the audience.

The one contrived bit of each episode is Chacha turning into a magical princess to defeat the day's villain (something which was absent from the original comic series). It shouldn't detract terribly from the viewing experience.

All in all, a good series that kids and adults can enjoy together (if you don't mind a bit of a sugary aftertaste).


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