History Manga / SallyTheWitch

12th Aug '17 10:11:26 PM nonn99
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* ComicBookTime: The second series is supposed to take place directly after the first, meaning no time has passed in between and neither Sally nor her friends have aged, and yet it pretty clearly takes place in the 1980s, while the first series is very clearly set in the 1960s.


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* SpiritualSuccessor: Manga/HimitsuNoAkkoChan to the first series (obviously, the actual sequel didn't exist yet.) Both were made by TOEI, had a lot of the same people working on them, and Akko-chan took over Sally's timeslot directly after the latter's series finished. The last episode even has Sally BreakingTheFourthWall to thank her viewers for watching and introduce them to her friend Akko-chan, which segues into a preview for the first episode of Akko-chan where there would otherwise be a NextEpisodePreview.
13th Jun '17 1:41:52 PM valar55
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* HealingMagicIsTheHardest: Sally's magical powers do ''not'' include healing, so if she needs to heal people, she must either follow quests (first series - [[spoiler: one of the Hanamura triplets]] is seriously injured, and she has to go searching for the cure) or learn special and complicated spells (second series - she has to combine ElementalPowers to even think of helping [[spoiler: a young dancer with a bad leg before a special performance]]).

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* HealingMagicIsTheHardest: Sally's magical powers do ''not'' include healing, so if she needs to heal people, she must either follow quests (first series - [[spoiler: one of the Hanamura triplets]] triplets is seriously injured, and she has to go searching for the cure) cure]]) or learn special and complicated spells (second series - she has to combine ElementalPowers to even think of helping [[spoiler: a young dancer with a bad leg before a special performance]]).



* StarCrossedLovers ''and'' PuppyLove: In an episode of the 1989 series, Yoshiko falls in love with a gentle and free spirited boy named Koutarou, who happens to be a genie of the weather. [[spoiler: Yoshiko also is gravely sick and almost dies, so Koutarou has to leave so the cold weather will go with him and she'll get better.]]

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* StarCrossedLovers ''and'' PuppyLove: In an episode of the 1989 series, Yoshiko falls in love with a gentle and free spirited free-spirited boy named Koutarou, who happens to be a genie of the weather. [[spoiler: Yoshiko also is gravely sick and almost dies, so Koutarou has to leave so the cold weather will go with him and she'll get better.]]
13th Jun '17 10:23:25 AM valar55
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* {{Earworm}} The opening theme music has been one for ''generations''.

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* {{Earworm}} {{Earworm}}: The opening theme music has been one for ''generations''.



* HealingMagicIsTheHardest: Sally's magical powers do ''not'' include healing, so if she needs to heal people, she must either follow quests (first series - one [[spoiler: one of the Hanamura triplets]] is seriously injured, and she has to go searching for the cure) or learn special and complicated spells (second series - she has to combine ElementalPowers to even think of helping [[spoiler: a young dancer with a bad leg before a special performance]]).

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* HealingMagicIsTheHardest: Sally's magical powers do ''not'' include healing, so if she needs to heal people, she must either follow quests (first series - one [[spoiler: one of the Hanamura triplets]] is seriously injured, and she has to go searching for the cure) or learn special and complicated spells (second series - she has to combine ElementalPowers to even think of helping [[spoiler: a young dancer with a bad leg before a special performance]]).
9th Jun '17 12:10:48 AM TheShugoTV
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9th Jun '17 12:05:53 AM TheShugoTV
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''Sally the Witch'' (or ''Mahoutsukai Sally'') is thought to be one of the earliest examples of MagicalGirl {{manga}} and {{anime}}.

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''Sally the Witch'' (or ''Mahoutsukai Sally'') is thought to be one of the earliest examples of first MagicalGirl {{manga}} and {{anime}}.
{{anime}}, specifically it's the second to be published but the first to be animated. [[note]] While the original manga for ''Manga/HimitsuNoAkkoChan'' made its debut in Ribon in 1962, Sally was animated first and Akko-chan took Sally's timeslot after Sally ended [[/note]]



The work was adapted to an anime, which was directed by Toshio Katsuta and animated by ToeiAnimation for air on NET (later TV Asahi). Originally running from 1966 to 1968, the series included 109 episodes. A sequel to the original anime, titled ''Sally the Witch 2'', was produced later by Toei under director Osamu Kasai. It ran on TV Asahi between 1989 and 1991, with 88 episodes. An animated film for the series was also created by Toei in 1990 during the run of ''Sally the Witch 2''.

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The work was adapted to an anime, which was directed by Toshio Katsuta and animated by ToeiAnimation for air on NET (later TV Asahi).Creator/TVAsahi). Originally running from 1966 to 1968, the series included 109 episodes. A sequel to the original anime, titled ''Sally the Witch 2'', was produced later by Toei under director Osamu Kasai. It ran on TV Asahi between 1989 and 1991, with 88 episodes. An animated film for the series was also created by Toei in 1990 during the run of ''Sally the Witch 2''.
8th Jun '17 11:58:50 PM TheShugoTV
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AdaptationalNameChange: Originally the series' name was ''Sunny'' the Witch (which would later be referenced in the ''Manga/GiantRobo'' OVA's), but when the series was animated the series and thus the protagonist's name was changed to Sally and the name stuck resulting in all reprints of the manga bearing the "Sally" name

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* AdaptationalNameChange: Originally the series' name was ''Sunny'' the Witch (which would later be referenced in the ''Manga/GiantRobo'' OVA's), but when the series was animated the series and thus the protagonist's name was changed to Sally and the name stuck resulting in all reprints of the manga bearing the "Sally" name


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* CanonImmigrant: Poron and Sally's grandfather never appeared in the manga and the 80's series added even ''more'' characters in addition to them.
8th Jun '17 11:56:41 PM TheShugoTV
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AdaptationalNameChange: Originally the series' name was ''Sunny'' the Witch (which would later be referenced in the ''Manga/GiantRobo'' OVA's), but when the series was animated the series and thus the protagonist's name was changed to Sally and the name stuck resulting in all reprints of the manga bearing the "Sally" name
8th Jun '17 11:27:48 PM TheShugoTV
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The manga was written and illustrated by Mitsuteru Yokoyama (of ''Anime/{{Gigantor}}'' fame), and is said to have been influenced by the American {{sitcom}} ''Series/{{Bewitched}}''. It was published by Shueisha in ''Ribon'' magazine, running from 1966 to 1967 and culminating in a single volume.

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The manga was written and illustrated by Mitsuteru Yokoyama (of ''Anime/{{Gigantor}}'' and ''Manga/GiantRobo'' fame), and is said to have been influenced by the American {{sitcom}} ''Series/{{Bewitched}}''. It was published by Shueisha in ''Ribon'' magazine, running from 1966 to 1967 and culminating in a single volume.
29th Apr '17 7:13:15 PM nombretomado
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* ShoutOut: TomAndJerry make a cameo in the 60s OP.

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* ShoutOut: TomAndJerry WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry make a cameo in the 60s OP.
20th Feb '17 3:51:10 AM Laevatein
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* ShoutOut: TomAndJerry make a cameo in the 60s OP.
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