History Trivia / OjamajoDoremi

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* DuelingDubs: ''Ojamajo Doremi'' received two different dubs in Spanish: one for Latin American audiences, and the other for Spanish audiences. It also received two Chinese dubs: one in Mandarin Chinese for Taiwan, and the other in Cantonese for Hong Kong.
12th Mar '18 12:37:10 AM starjewel
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* UnfinishedDub: Only part of the first season was dubbed by [=4kids=]; the rest has never been dubbed at all.

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* UnfinishedDub: Only part of In the United States, only the first season was dubbed by [=4kids=]; dubbed. Some of the rest has never been dubbed at all.countries that received dubs up to season 4 didn't get season 5, ''Na-i-sho''.


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** ''Ojamajo Doremi Na-i-sho'' was originally going to be a direct-to-DVD OriginalVideoAnimation. However, it was turned into a fifth television series that aired on [=Sky PerfecTV=] instead of its usual spot on TV Asahi.
12th Mar '18 12:33:15 AM starjewel
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* {{Cancellation}}: Creator/FourKidsEntertainment has been {{Misblamed}} for ''Ojamajo Doremi'' [[ScrewedByTheNetwork failing]] in the United States, but the truth was, considering the state of non-cable children's programming at the time, the show was never was going to be popular. This is partially due to the United States' lack of interest in magical girl shows and also because children's television blocks became unpopular in the late 90s. By the mid-2000s, 4Kids TV was still one of the only few non-cable cartoon blocks still struggling to stay alive. ''Magical [=DoReMi=]'' airing at 7:30 AM every Saturday (a time where ''no one'' would actually want to get up to watch the show) wouldn't have made a difference and got low ratings anyway. The remainder of the series was then put on 4Kids' website via streaming. There was also a planned second wave of toy sets for the second half of the show, some of which leaked Oyajide and Onpu's names, but never came to fruition because of the flop.

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* {{Cancellation}}: Creator/FourKidsEntertainment has been {{Misblamed}} for ''Ojamajo Doremi'' [[ScrewedByTheNetwork failing]] in In the United States, ''Magical [=DoReMi=]'' was taken off air from low ratings after being on the channel for only ''half a year''. Part of it may be related to ''Magical [=DoReMi=]'' airing at 7:30 AM every Saturday (a time where ''no one'' would actually want to get up to watch the show), but the sad truth was, considering the state of non-cable children's programming at the time, the show was never was going to be popular. This is partially due to the United States' lack of interest in magical girl shows and also because children's television blocks became unpopular in the late 90s. By the mid-2000s, 4Kids TV was still one of the only few non-cable cartoon blocks still struggling to stay alive. ''Magical [=DoReMi=]'' airing at 7:30 AM every Saturday (a time where ''no one'' would actually want to get up to watch the show) wouldn't have made a difference and got low ratings anyway. The remainder of the series was then put on 4Kids' website via streaming. There was also a planned second wave of toy sets for the second half of the show, some of which leaked Oyajide and Onpu's names, but never came to fruition because of the flop.
12th Mar '18 12:19:51 AM starjewel
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* ScrewedByTheMerchandise: Another reason why ''Magical [=DoReMi=]'' failed in the United States was because the toys (important for a MerchandiseDriven franchise!) were met with disappointing sales, especially when compared to the millions made in Japan during the original run. It was to the point where a planned second wave of toys was ultimately cancelled.

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* ScrewedByTheMerchandise: Another reason why ''Magical [=DoReMi=]'' failed in the United States was because the toys (important for a MerchandiseDriven franchise!) were met with disappointing sales, especially when compared to the millions made in Japan during the original run. It was to the point where a planned [[http://web.archive.org/web/20060209082127/http://www.toywiz.com/magicaldoremi.html second wave of toys toys]] was ultimately cancelled.
5th Mar '18 2:01:45 AM starjewel
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* ScrewedByTheMerchandise: Another reason why ''Magical [=DoReMi=]'' failed in the United States was because the toys (important for a MerchandiseDrivenSeries!) were met with disappointing sales, especially when compared to the millions made in Japan during the original run. It was to the point where a planned second wave of toys was ultimately cancelled.

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* ScrewedByTheMerchandise: Another reason why ''Magical [=DoReMi=]'' failed in the United States was because the toys (important for a MerchandiseDrivenSeries!) MerchandiseDriven franchise!) were met with disappointing sales, especially when compared to the millions made in Japan during the original run. It was to the point where a planned second wave of toys was ultimately cancelled.
5th Mar '18 2:01:06 AM starjewel
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* ScrewedByTheMerchandise: Another reason why ''Magical [=DoReMi=]'' failed in the United States was because the toys (important for a MerchandiseDrivenFranchise!) were met with disappointing sales, to the point where a planned second wave of toys was ultimately cancelled.

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* ScrewedByTheMerchandise: Another reason why ''Magical [=DoReMi=]'' failed in the United States was because the toys (important for a MerchandiseDrivenFranchise!) MerchandiseDrivenSeries!) were met with disappointing sales, especially when compared to the millions made in Japan during the original run. It was to the point where a planned second wave of toys was ultimately cancelled.
5th Mar '18 1:59:20 AM starjewel
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* ScrewedByTheMerchandise: Another reason why ''Magical [=DoReMi=]'' failed in the United States was because the toys (important for a MerchandiseDrivenFranchise!) were met with disappointing sales, to the point where a planned second wave of toys was ultimately cancelled.
5th Mar '18 1:41:16 AM starjewel
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* {{Cancellation}}: Creator/FourKidsEntertainment has been {{Misblamed}} for ''Ojamajo Doremi'' [[ScrewedByTheNetwork failing]] in the United States, but the truth was it never was going to be popular anyway. This is partially due to the United States' lack of interest in magical girl shows and also because children's television blocks became unpopular in the late 90s. By the mid-2000s, 4Kids TV was still one of the only few non-cable cartoon blocks still struggling to stay alive. ''Magical [=DoReMi=]'' airing at 7:30 AM every Saturday (a time where ''no one'' would actually want to get up to watch the show) wouldn't have made a difference and got low ratings anyway. The remainder of the series was then put on 4Kids' website via streaming. There was also a planned second wave of toy sets for the second half of the show, some of which leaked Oyajide and Onpu's names, but never came to fruition because of the flop.

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* {{Cancellation}}: Creator/FourKidsEntertainment has been {{Misblamed}} for ''Ojamajo Doremi'' [[ScrewedByTheNetwork failing]] in the United States, but the truth was, considering the state of non-cable children's programming at the time, the show was it never was going to be popular anyway.popular. This is partially due to the United States' lack of interest in magical girl shows and also because children's television blocks became unpopular in the late 90s. By the mid-2000s, 4Kids TV was still one of the only few non-cable cartoon blocks still struggling to stay alive. ''Magical [=DoReMi=]'' airing at 7:30 AM every Saturday (a time where ''no one'' would actually want to get up to watch the show) wouldn't have made a difference and got low ratings anyway. The remainder of the series was then put on 4Kids' website via streaming. There was also a planned second wave of toy sets for the second half of the show, some of which leaked Oyajide and Onpu's names, but never came to fruition because of the flop.



** Masaru is voiced by Creator/NamiMiyahara, who also [[TalkingtoHimself voices Momoko Asuka.]]

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** Masaru is Many of the male classmates are voiced by Creator/NamiMiyahara, who also [[TalkingtoHimself voices Momoko Asuka.]]women, with the exception of Nobuaki Yamauchi, Takurou Hagiwara, Jun Sato, and Susumu Yanagita.



* RecycledScript: The {{Post Script Season}}s. ''Sharp'' especially, but ''Motto'' and ''Dokkan'' have this to a degree.
** In the first episode, Doremi envisioned herself as a Witch Frog; during an early episode of ''Dokkan'', Hana-chan did the same thing.

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* RecycledScript: The {{Post Script Season}}s. ''Sharp'' especially, but ''Motto'' and ''Dokkan'' Season}}s all recycle the same formula set up by the first season. In every season, the main characters have this to pass a degree.
series of tests to stay as witch apprentices -- in ''Sharp'', they had to help Hana pass her baby exams as a condition to being witches; in ''Motto'', they had to pass Patissier exams to earn their apprenticeship back; in ''Dokkan'', they have to help Hana pass her witch exams.
** In the first episode, Doremi envisioned herself as a Witch Frog; during an early episode of ''Dokkan'', Hana-chan Hana did the same thing.



** In the United States, there was supposed to be a second wave of toy releases to accompany the second half of the first season. Some of them leaked {{Dub Name Change}}s for Onpu and Oyajide. However, because the series was a flop, the toy sets were never released.

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** In the United States, there was supposed to be a second wave of toy releases to accompany the second half of the first season. Some of them leaked {{Dub Name Change}}s for Onpu and Oyajide. However, because the series was a flop, flopped, the toy sets were never released.
5th Mar '18 1:27:13 AM starjewel
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* {{Cancellation}}: Creator/FourKidsEntertainment has been {{Misblamed}} for ''Ojamajo Doremi'' [[ScrewedByTheNetwork failing]] in the United States, but the truth was it never was going to be popular anyway. This is partially due to the United States' lack of interest in magical girl shows and also because children's television blocks became unpopular in the late 90s. By the mid-2000s, 4Kids TV was still one of the only few non-cable cartoon blocks still struggling to stay alive. ''Magical [=DoReMi=]'' airing at 7:30 AM every Saturday (a time where ''no one'' would actually want to get up to watch the show) wouldn't have made a difference and got low ratings anyway. The remainder of the series was then put on 4Kids' website via streaming. There was also a planned second wave of toy sets for the second half of the show, some of which leaked Oyajide and Onpu's names, but never came to fruition because of the flop.



* ScrewedByTheNetwork: Creator/FourKidsEntertainment has been {{Misblamed}} for ''Ojamajo Doremi'' failing in the United States, but the truth was it never was going to be popular anyway. This is partially due to the United States' lack of interest in magical girl shows and also because children's television blocks became unpopular in the late 90s. By the mid-2000s, 4Kids TV was still one of the only few non-cable cartoon blocks still struggling to stay alive. ''Magical [=DoReMi=]'' airing at 7:30 AM every Saturday (a time where ''no one'' would actually want to get up to watch the show) wouldn't have made a difference and got low ratings anyway. The remainder of the series was then put on 4Kids' website via streaming. There was also a planned second wave of toy sets for the second half of the show, some of which leaked Oyajide and Onpu's names, but never came to fruition because of the flop.
5th Mar '18 12:17:56 AM starjewel
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** Creator/HarukaTomatsu also performed "Ojamajo Carnival!!" at one of her concerts.



* ScrewedByTheNetwork: Creator/FourKidsEntertainment has been {{Misblamed}} for ''Ojamajo Doremi'' failing in the United States, but the truth was it never was going to be popular anyway. This is because children's television blocks became unpopular in the late 90s and by the mid-2000s, 4Kids TV was still one of the only few non-cable cartoon blocks still struggling to stay alive. ''Magical [=DoReMi=]'' airing at 7:30 AM every Saturday (a time where ''no one'' would actually want to get up to watch the show) wouldn't have made a difference and got low ratings anyway. The remainder of the series was then put on 4Kids' website via streaming. There was also a planned second wave of toy sets for the second half of the show, some of which leaked Oyajide and Onpu's names, but never came to fruition because of the flop.

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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: Creator/FourKidsEntertainment has been {{Misblamed}} for ''Ojamajo Doremi'' failing in the United States, but the truth was it never was going to be popular anyway. This is partially due to the United States' lack of interest in magical girl shows and also because children's television blocks became unpopular in the late 90s and by 90s. By the mid-2000s, 4Kids TV was still one of the only few non-cable cartoon blocks still struggling to stay alive. ''Magical [=DoReMi=]'' airing at 7:30 AM every Saturday (a time where ''no one'' would actually want to get up to watch the show) wouldn't have made a difference and got low ratings anyway. The remainder of the series was then put on 4Kids' website via streaming. There was also a planned second wave of toy sets for the second half of the show, some of which leaked Oyajide and Onpu's names, but never came to fruition because of the flop.
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