The Little Twins (partially found English dub of Japanese animated series; 1992)

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A VHS copy of the English dub.

Status: Partially Found

The Little Twins (リトルツインズ) is a Japanese animated series produced by Toei Animation in the early 1990's[1][2], having receiving an English Dub that aired on the Nickelodeon kids' block, Nick Jr. from June 22, 1998 up until July 3, 1998, [3] with a total of 13 episodes.[4]


The show centers around two Lilliputian twins, tiny dwarf-like creatures, named Petal and Piper living on an island, named with their family and going on various adventures, and their enjoying their everyday lives. The twins frequently meet various other normal-sized creatures and learn more about them.[5]

Nick Jr.'s English Dub

Having initially released as an OVA under the same name, released on July 23, 1992[2], the series aired on the Nickelodeon's kids' block, Nick Jr., 6 years after it was initially released, receiving an English Dub and had only aired two, starting from June 22nd, 1998 up until July 3, 1998. Only eight of the thirteen episodes were aired, with only two episodes being rerun. [3].

The series was executively produced by David Linde, and features Jack Maeby having an original soundtrack made for this dub.[6]


The show fell quickly into obscurity, having limited information resurfaced on the internet about this dub. Nonetheless, a DVD release of the Nick Jr. Dub was released in 2004 (with one episode that was never aired on Nick Jr.), but with little to no traction about its release.[7]

With the DVD release, however, and Twitter user Ouren, had ripped and uploaded the first four episodes of the series in the Wayback Machine. back in October 2016.

Episodes List

# Episode Title Status
1 The Great Owl Lost
2 The Day the Fox Came


3 The Best Gift Of All Found
4 Flying Found
5 Moonbeams Lost
6 n/a Unaired
7 n/a Unaired
8 The Magic Flute Found
9 n/a Unaired
10 A Time Of Giving Found
11 n/a Unaired
12 Snowbound Lost
13 The Song of the Swan Lost



Nick Jr. Promo for the series.

Credits from the series.

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