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Revision as of 18:28, 6 December 2020

MoncheriCoCoOP.png

An image from the opening

Status: Partially Found

Mon Cherie CoCo (モンシェリ CoCo) is an anime series based on the 1971 manga of the same name created by Waki Yamato. This anime was produced by Nippon TV Video in 1972.

The series was aired every Sunday from 7:30 pm to 8:00 pm from August 27th, 1972 to November 26th in the same year.

According to Hiroshi Shimosaki, financial problems were the main cause of the series cancellation, in addition to the resignation of Kiyoshi Watanabe (producer).

None of the episodes have been made publically available, without even any mirror online despite its retransmissions up until 1990.

The only still-accessible material in the series is an opening uploaded by Masami Jun and articles in newspapers at the time.

Episodes[edit | edit source]

Episode # Original title English translation Air date
1 "かわいいあの子" "Cute Girl" August 27, 1972
2 "ココのケーキやさん" "Coco's Cake" September 3, 1972
3 "わたしはデザイナー" "I'm a Designer" September 10, 1972
4 "わすれられないひと" "Someone Who Can't Be Forgotten" September 17, 1972
5 "泣きたい時は泣こう" "Cry When You Want to Cry" October 1, 1972
6 "チャンス到来" "A Chance is Coming" October 8, 1972
7 "いじわるなファッションショー" "A Mean Fashion Show" October 15, 1972
8 "もう一度さようなら" "Goodbye Again" October 22, 1972
9 "ピンチだアタック!" "Pinch, Attack!" October 29, 1972
10 "もう子どもじゃない" "I'm Not a Child Anymore" November 5, 1972
11 "じゃまをするなら変身作戦" "Makeover Strategy" November 12, 1972
12 "母をたずねて日本へ" "Visiting Mother in Japan" November 19, 1972
13 "しあわせは京都からパリへ" "Happiness from Kyoto to Paris" November 26, 1972

Gallery[edit | edit source]

The opening of the anime series.