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27th Nov '16 5:57:25 AM TheRhapsodianTourist
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* '''1993''' TaleOfYoungGrassNanAndMissJo (Wakakusa Monogatari: Nan to Jōsensei) after Louisa May Alcott's 1871 sequel ''{{Literature}}/LittleMen'' to her novel ''LittleWomen''.

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* '''1993''' TaleOfYoungGrassNanAndMissJo (Wakakusa Monogatari: Nan to Jōsensei) after Louisa May Alcott's 1871 sequel ''{{Literature}}/LittleMen'' ''Literature/LittleMen'' to her novel ''LittleWomen''.
27th Nov '16 5:57:02 AM TheRhapsodianTourist
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* '''1993''' TaleOfYoungGrassNanAndMissJo (Wakakusa Monogatari: Nan to Jōsensei) after Louisa May Alcott's 1871 sequel ''{{Literature}}/Little Men'' to her novel ''LittleWomen''.

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* '''1993''' TaleOfYoungGrassNanAndMissJo (Wakakusa Monogatari: Nan to Jōsensei) after Louisa May Alcott's 1871 sequel ''{{Literature}}/Little Men'' ''{{Literature}}/LittleMen'' to her novel ''LittleWomen''.
27th Nov '16 5:56:44 AM TheRhapsodianTourist
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* '''1993''' TaleOfYoungGrassNanAndMissJo (Wakakusa Monogatari: Nan to Jōsensei) after Louisa May Alcott's 1871 sequel ''Little Men'' to her novel ''LittleWomen''.

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* '''1993''' TaleOfYoungGrassNanAndMissJo (Wakakusa Monogatari: Nan to Jōsensei) after Louisa May Alcott's 1871 sequel ''Little ''{{Literature}}/Little Men'' to her novel ''LittleWomen''.
21st Jun '16 2:05:00 AM TheRhapsodianTourist
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* ParentalAbandonment: if the main protagonist isn't a HeartwarmingOrphan they are likely to be abandoned by their parents. Either the parents go missing, are forced to go away (i.e. the March sisters' father going off to fight in the Civil War in ''Little Women'', although their mother remains), or even actively sell their poor offspring into slavery.

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* ParentalAbandonment: if If the main protagonist isn't a HeartwarmingOrphan HeartwarmingOrphan, they are likely to be abandoned by their parents. Either the parents go missing, are forced to go away (i.e. the March sisters' father going off to fight in the Civil War in ''Little Women'', although their mother remains), or even actively sell their poor offspring into slavery.



* AnyoneCanDie: Besides the protagonist's parents, several supporting characters in the whole series are killed off for good. The most infamous is the death of [[spoiler: [[TheHeroDies Nelo and Patrasche]]]] in ''The Dog of Flanders''.

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* AnyoneCanDie: Besides the protagonist's parents, several supporting characters in the whole series are killed off for good. The most infamous is the death of [[spoiler: [[TheHeroDies Nelo Nello and Patrasche]]]] in ''The Dog of Flanders''.Flanders''.
* ChristmasEpisode: Some entries have their special episodes about the characters celebrating Christmas such as ''Little Women'' (Episode 47), ''My Daddy Long Legs'' (Episode 23) and ''Trapp Family Story'' (Episodes 23 and 24).
17th Jun '16 3:26:25 AM TheRhapsodianTourist
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* MarketBasedTitle: The official English title of the franchise is called "Classic Family Theater" series but most of the viewers are familiar with the title "World Masterpiece Theater".
** All of the entries have their own titles based on the foreign language they used.
2nd Jun '16 11:05:24 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* '''1979''' ''Red-haired Anne'' (Akage no An) after the 1908 Novel ''Literature/AnneOfGreenGables'' by Canadian author Lucy Maud Montgomery. This was the last in the series to feature contributions by Creator/HayaoMiyazaki and IsaoTakahata.

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* '''1979''' ''Red-haired Anne'' (Akage no An) after the 1908 Novel ''Literature/AnneOfGreenGables'' by Canadian author Lucy Maud Montgomery. This was the last in the series to feature contributions by Creator/HayaoMiyazaki and IsaoTakahata.Creator/IsaoTakahata.
17th May '16 1:35:09 AM TheRhapsodianTourist
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* ShownTheirWork: A lot of staff in [[Creator/NipponAnimation]] did extensive research in historical and geographical materials of the novels.

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* ShownTheirWork: A lot of staff in [[Creator/NipponAnimation]] Creator/NipponAnimation did extensive research in historical and geographical materials of the novels.
17th May '16 1:33:50 AM TheRhapsodianTourist
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* ShownTheirWork: A lot of staff in [[Creator/NipponAnimation]] did extensive research in historical and geographical materials of the novels.
15th May '16 8:43:32 PM TheRhapsodianTourist
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* '''1986''' ''TheStoryOfPollyannaGirlOfLove'' (Ai Shōjo Porianna Monogatari) after the 1913 novel ''Literature/{{Pollyanna}}'' by American novelist Eleanor H. Porter.

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* '''1986''' ''TheStoryOfPollyannaGirlOfLove'' ''Anime/TheStoryOfPollyannaGirlOfLove'' (Ai Shōjo Porianna Monogatari) after the 1913 novel ''Literature/{{Pollyanna}}'' by American novelist Eleanor H. Porter.
14th May '16 5:16:16 PM TheRhapsodianTourist
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* '''1987''' ''LoveStoryOfTheYoungGrass'' (Anime/AiNoWakakusaMonogatari) after the 1868 Novel ''LittleWomen'' by American author Louisa May Alcott. Known as "Tales of Little Women" in its English dub version.

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* '''1987''' ''LoveStoryOfTheYoungGrass'' (Anime/AiNoWakakusaMonogatari) ''[[Anime/AiNoWakakusaMonogatari Love Story of the Young Grass]]'' (Ai No Wakakusa Monogatari) after the 1868 Novel ''LittleWomen'' by American author Louisa May Alcott. Known as "Tales of Little Women" in its English dub version.
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