Mrs. Pepperpot has a magic spoon that can make her shrink.
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Credited cast:
Reiko Seno ...
 Supûn Obâsan (1983-1985) (voice)
Keiko Yokozawa ...
 Dônan Bon (1983-1985) (voice)
Sumi Shimamoto ...
 Rurî (1983-1985) (voice)
Yô Inoue ...
 Baken (1983-1985) (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Daisuke Gôri ...
 Booby / ... (voice)
Eiko Hira ...
 Orina (1983-1985) (voice)
Jôji Yanami ...
 Pot Bjorn (1983-1985) (voice)
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Mrs. Pepperpot has a magic spoon that can make her shrink.

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4 April 1983 (Japan)  »

Also Known As:

Madame Peppermint  »

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When broadcast in France, the series originally kept the original opening and ending songs in instrumental versions. This was changed after a few episodes with a different song composed especially for the occasion. Other original songs were created for Italy, Korea, etc. See more »

Soundtracks

Yume Iro no Supu
(Spoon of Colored Dreams)
Opening Theme
Music by Kyôhei Tsutsumi
Arrangements by Eiji Kawamura
Lyrics by Takashi Matsumoto
Performed by Mari Iijima
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A delightful Japanese anime version of Norwegian tales
19 September 2006 | by (Italy) – See all my reviews

I remember seeing this wonderful work when I was about 11 year old, and still find it amusing. The idea of an old lady shrinking to a mouse size, and able to talk with animals due to this fact, is really entertaining, as are her efforts to let her "shameful condition" unbeknownst to her husband; not to mention that it can be even educational, forcing a kid to reflect onto his/her relationship not only with animals, but other people as well. As a side note, the character of Luly (Liulai here in Italy), the strange but very kind young girl living in the forest - a fairy? It's never explained - is one of the cutest animated characters I've ever seen.


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