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Little Lord Fauntleroy
El pequeño Lord.JPG
小公子セディ
(Shōkōshi Cedie)
Genre Drama
TV anime
Director Kôzô Kusuba
Studio Nippon Animation
Network Japan Fuji TV
Philippines ABS-CBN
Spain Telecinco
Italy Italia 1
Netherlands EO
Poland TVP 2, TVP Polonia, Porion, Twoja Miejska TV
Original run January 10, 1988December 25, 1988
Episodes 43
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Little Lord Fauntleroy, also known as Shoukoushi Ceddie (小公子セディ Shōkōshi Sedi ?, trans. Little Prince Cedie), is a Japanese anime series produced by Nippon Animation in 1988 and was broadcast on the World Masterpiece Theater, an animation staple that showcased each year an animated version of a different classical book or story. The series is based on Frances Hodgson Burnett's book, "Little Lord Fauntleroy".

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Plot

The story concerns an American boy named Cedric Errol (more fondly known as Cedie[1]), who at an early age finds that he is the sole heir to a British earldom and leaves New York to take up residence in his ancestral castle. After some initial resistance, he is joined by his middle-class mother, the widow of the late heir, James Errol. His grandfather, the Earl of Dorincourt, intends to teach the boy to become an aristocrat, but Cedie inadvertently teaches his grandfather compassion and social justice, and the artless simplicity and motherly love of dearest warms the old man's heart.

Music

Opening Theme

  • "My Cedie" (ぼくらのセディ Bokura no Sedi ?)
Lyrics by: Michio Yamagami
Composition by: Kōichi Morita
Arrangement by: Kazuo Ōtani
Song by: Hikaru Nishida

Ending Theme

  • "For the Sake of Loving Someone" (誰かを愛するために Dare ka wo Aisuru Tameni ?)
Lyrics by: Michio Yamagami
Composition by: Kōichi Morita
Arrangement by: Kazuo Ōtani
Song by: Hikaru Nishida

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References

  1. ^ http://www.gutenberg.org/files/479/479.txt Project Gutenberg etext of the novel ...Cedie!" she cried out,...







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