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This animated series follows the life of a girl named Candy, in a soap-opera way. The story begins with Candy as a baby in the orphanage and contiues with her childhood and teenage years, in a life full of drama and strong emotions.Written by
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Argentinian voice actress Cecilia Gispert was the Latinamerican voice actress of Candy. She also sang both the opening and ending themes, performed by Mitsuko Horie in the original Japanese version. See more »
Hearing the signature melody I feel like crying...
...this is a cartoon I strongly remember from my childhood. Couldn't have been more than five years old when my parents brought home Candy Candy for the first time. In each episode there's both laughter, crying, love and evil. Candy's originally an orphan found in the snow one day by one of the teachers from the orphanage. She grows up there but get's adopted. This family she gets to isn't such a pleasant family. Well, the father is, but the children and their mother is dreadful. While living with them Candy falls in love with a beautiful stranger that she meets one day in the forrest.
I really loved this cartoon as a child and I still do. Can't wait until I get children of my own so that I can introduce them to the wonderful world of Candy.
For those who liked Candy Candy, I recommend Sandybell, or Hello Sandybell as it is called.
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