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==Nickelodeon India==
 
==Nickelodeon India==
Chibi Maruko-chan used to air on Nick India in English and Hindi, the official Chibi Maruko-chan YouTube channel has uploaded some episodes of the Nick India English dub.
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Chibi Maruko-chan used to air on Nick India in English and Hindi, the [https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWHgQAAsB6LyYQhIm-IeJ5w official Chibi Maruko-chan YouTube channel] has uploaded some episodes of the Nick India English dub.
 
*[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oHngI9ntikE 107 Maruko crazy about spectacles]
 
*[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oHngI9ntikE 107 Maruko crazy about spectacles]
 
*[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l751IRKVMa8 108 Practice for Marathon meet]
 
*[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l751IRKVMa8 108 Practice for Marathon meet]

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A still of the anime's cast.

Status: Partially Found

Chibi Maruko-chan (ちびまる子ちゃん) was an anime with 142 episodes that aired between 1990-1992. It is about the simple life of a girl named Momoko Sakura and her family living in Shimizu (suburban Japan) in the year 1974.

Nickelodeon India[edit | edit source]

Chibi Maruko-chan used to air on Nick India in English and Hindi, the official Chibi Maruko-chan YouTube channel has uploaded some episodes of the Nick India English dub.

Voicebox Productions (Canada)/Pioneer Entertainment)[edit | edit source]

Voicebox Productions in Vancouver, Canada has listed a Chibi Maruko-chan direct-to-video release by Pioneer Entertainment on their website since the early 2000s.[1][2] Teryl Rothery has included her involvement with a Vancouver dub of the series, though instead of Voicebox, she credits the production to Ocean Studios.[3] No trace of this separate English dub has surfaced.

Animax Asia[edit | edit source]

The anime was dubbed in English in Asia by Omni Productions and aired on Animax Asia .[4][5]

The only material of the dub is an fragment posted on Facebook by one of the voice actors.

Voice cast[edit | edit source]

The following cast list is in regards to the Animax version. [6]

  • Russell Wait as Narration
  • Sarah Hauser as Momoko "Chibi Maruko-chan" Sakura
  • Andrea Kwan as Maruko's mother (2nd voice)
  • Candice Moore as Maruko's sister
  • Emily Woo Zeller as Maruko's mother
  • Michael Pizzuto as Narrator
  • Sarah Hauser as Maruko's mother

References[edit | edit source]