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* SkyFace: In the 1974 sequel series OP, Hutch and Aya see the face of [[Spoiler:their mother, who is killed in episode two]] in the sky.

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* SkyFace: In the 1974 sequel series OP, Hutch and Aya see the face of [[Spoiler:their [[spoiler:their mother, who is killed in episode two]] in the sky.


* SkyFace: Hutch and Aya see the face of [[Spoiler:their mother, who dies in episode two]] in the sky in the 1974 remake series OP.

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* SkyFace: In the 1974 sequel series OP, Hutch and Aya see the face of [[Spoiler:their mother, who dies is killed in episode two]] in the sky in the 1974 remake series OP.sky.

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* SkyFace: Hutch and Aya see the face of [[Spoiler:their mother, who dies in episode two]] in the sky in the 1974 remake series OP.


* DubNameChange: Happened to a few characters in Saban's dub. In particular, Hutch's sister Aya became "Haley".

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* DubNameChange: Happened to a few characters in Saban's dub. In particular, Hutch's sister Aya became "Haley". Also, in the earlier (non-Saban) Spanish-language dub, Hutch is known as "Jose Miel" ("miel" being the Spanish word for "honey").


The series later had a sequel in 1974 (26 episodes, aired on [[Creator/TVAsahi NET (now TV Asahi)) and a remake in 1989. A film adaptation was released in 2010.

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The series later had a sequel in 1974 (26 episodes, aired on [[Creator/TVAsahi NET NET]] (now TV Asahi)) and a remake in 1989. A film adaptation was released in 2010.


''Konchu Monogatari Minashigo Hutch'' was an {{anime}} that ran from April 7, 1970 to September 8, 1971 on Fuji Television for 91 episodes. A reboot was aired years later in 1989, with some details changed. It was produced by Creator/TatsunokoProduction, and is a very well-remembered anime in Japan.

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''Konchu Monogatari Minashigo Hutch'' was an {{anime}} that ran from April 7, 1970 to September 8, 1971 on Fuji Television Creator/FujiTelevision for 91 episodes. A reboot was aired years later in 1989, with some details changed. It was produced by Creator/TatsunokoProduction, and is a very well-remembered anime in Japan.



The series later had a sequel in 1974 and a remake in 1989. A film adaptation was released in 2010.

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The series later had a sequel in 1974 (26 episodes, aired on [[Creator/TVAsahi NET (now TV Asahi)) and a remake in 1989. A film adaptation was released in 2010.


* XMeetsY: One could describe the show as similar to ''Film/TheBraveLittleToaster'' meets ''VideoGame/{{Mother 3}}'' in a ''WesternAnimation/ABugsLife'' type setting.


* MosesInTheBullrushes: Hatch is left in the bushes before being found by his adoptive mother.

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* MosesInTheBullrushes: MosesInTheBulrushes: Hatch is left in the bushes before being found by his adoptive mother.


* NonMammalMammaries: Often drawn on female characters.

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* NonMammalMammaries: Often drawn on female characters.Used quite often.



* XMeetsY: One could describe the show as similar to ''Film/TheBraveLittleToaster'' meets ''VideoGame/{{Mother 3}}'' in a ''WesternAnimation/BugsLife'' type setting.

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* XMeetsY: One could describe the show as similar to ''Film/TheBraveLittleToaster'' meets ''VideoGame/{{Mother 3}}'' in a ''WesternAnimation/BugsLife'' ''WesternAnimation/ABugsLife'' type setting.


* XMeetsY: One could describe the show as similar to ''Film/TheBraveLittleToaster'' meets ''VideoGame/{{Mother 3}}''in a ''Film/BugsLife'' type setting.

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* XMeetsY: One could describe the show as similar to ''Film/TheBraveLittleToaster'' meets ''VideoGame/{{Mother 3}}''in 3}}'' in a ''Film/BugsLife'' ''WesternAnimation/BugsLife'' type setting.


* ComingOfAgeStory



* MosesInTheBullrushes: Hatch is left in the bushes to be found by a Sweat Bee mother.

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* LighterAndSofter: The 1989 series, compared to the [[WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids rather dark]] 1970 series.
* MosesInTheBullrushes: Hatch is left in the bushes to be before being found by a Sweat Bee mother. his adoptive mother.
* NonMammalMammaries: Often drawn on female characters.



* XMeetsY: One could describe the show as similar to ''Film/TheBraveLittleToaster'' meets ''VideoGame/{{Mother3}}''in a ''Film/BugsLife'' type setting.

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* XMeetsY: One could describe the show as similar to ''Film/TheBraveLittleToaster'' meets ''VideoGame/{{Mother3}}''in ''VideoGame/{{Mother 3}}''in a ''Film/BugsLife'' type setting.


''Konchu Monogatari Minashigo Hutch'' was an {{anime}} that ran from April 7, 1970 to September 8, 1971 on Fuji Television for 91 episodes. The show was one of two animated iterations of the story. It was produced by Creator/TatsunokoProduction, and is a very well-remembered anime in Japan.

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''Konchu Monogatari Minashigo Hutch'' was an {{anime}} that ran from April 7, 1970 to September 8, 1971 on Fuji Television for 91 episodes. The show A reboot was one of two animated iterations of the story.aired years later in 1989, with some details changed. It was produced by Creator/TatsunokoProduction, and is a very well-remembered anime in Japan.



* ArtisticLicenseBiology: As expected due to the fantasy-ish setting and heavy anthromorphization; for one, bee children look nothing like their adult forms, and all worker honeybees, and therefore most honeybees, are in fact female. Also, almost everyone is drawn with four legs.

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* ArtisticLicenseBiology: As expected due to the fantasy-ish setting and heavy anthromorphization; for one, bee children look nothing like their adult forms, and all worker honeybees, and therefore most honeybees, are in fact female. Also, almost everyone is drawn with four legs. And in the first series, the species of Hatch's adopted family isn't even a real type of bee.



* MosesInTheBullrushes: Hatch is left in the bushes to be

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* MosesInTheBullrushes: Hatch is left in the bushes to be found by a Sweat Bee mother.



* XMeetsY: One could describe the show as similar to ''Film/TheBraveLittleToaster'' in a ''Film/BugsLife'' type setting.

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* XMeetsY: One could describe the show as similar to ''Film/TheBraveLittleToaster'' in meets ''VideoGame/{{Mother3}}''in a ''Film/BugsLife'' type setting.

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** LostOrphanedRoyalty: Hatch is technically a prince.


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* MosesInTheBullrushes: Hatch is left in the bushes to be

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