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Title (English) Magical Stage Fancy Lala
Title (Japanese) Mahou no Stage Fancy Lala
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Fantasy Novel

Notes Japanese name: ?w--@̃Xe?[W?@t@"V?[?
Derived from an OVA (Harbour Light Monogatari Fashion Lala Yori), which was adapted from the manga "Mahou no Stage Fancy Lala" [Magical Stage Fancy Lala] by Kasuga Rurika, (2 volumes) originally serialized in Ribon Mascot magazine.
Classification shoujo
Synopsis About Miho, a nine-year old wannabe manga artist who finds a magic pen and pad. Whatever clothes she draws with the pen become real, and she also changes to fit them. Soon she decides to become an idol singer, a sixteen year old idol singer, that is.
Review A charming series, with quite well observed scenes from Japanese daily life,and an intelligent script. In one episode, older-Miho attends an audition while almost simultaneously taking part in a rather tacky its-a-knockout style sports competition as herself. There is also a mysterious theme, which is slowly revealed.
Recommended.(GC) A sleepy Miho

"Fancy Lala" - I just finished watching the Kids Station rebroadcast of this wonderful show and I still get a smile thinking about it. "Fancy Lala" was everything a mahou shoujo series ought to be, as well as being intelligently plotted, and the magic didn't overwhelm the feeling of familiarity and normality in the characterizations.
(Dave Baranyi)

Credits Series Director: Takahiro Ohmori ; Writer(s): Tomomi Mochizuki (script supervisior); Character Designer(s): Akemi Takada
Episodes 26
Release It:TV
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Date 1998 April 5 - 1998 September 27
Production Studio Pierrot
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Animation
References & Help Look up the latest data on this title at:
Richard Llewellyn's Animated Divots, or
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or in "The Anime Encyclopedia" (Clements & McCarthy, Stone Bridge Press, 2001).
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