Mrs. Pepper Pot (anime)
|Mrs. Pepper Pot|
Promotional poster for Spoon Obaasan
|Anime television series|
|Directed by||Tatsuo Hayakawa|
|Original run||April 4, 1983 – March 9, 1984|
|Episodes||50 (130 totally)|
Mrs. Pepper Pot, known in Japanese as Spoon Oba-san (スプーンおばさん Supūn Obasan , lit. "Aunt Spoon"), is a Japanese anime television series, which premiered on NHK from April 1983 to March 1984, spanning 130 episodes. It is based on the novel Mrs. Pepperpot by the Norwegian author Alf Prøysen. It was also later aired in Japan by the satellite television network Animax.
Mrs. Pepper Pot lives in a small little village with her husband. She wears a small magical teaspoon around her neck which every now and then shrinks her to the size of her teaspoon which doesn't shrink as well, and she must drag it along with her on her back when she gets shrunk. She always changes back to her original size after a certain amount of time. This special condition had its advantages - she can communicate with animals and enjoy wonderful adventures in the woods. This way she wins new and interesting friends on a regular basis. She is a good friend of Lily, a mysterious little girl who lives in the forest alone, she is also friends with a mouse family. She can not reveal her secret or show herself in the shrunk condition, which sometimes gets quite difficult. Her husband, Mr. Pepperpot eventually finds out his wife's secret, later on in the series.
- Mrs. Pepper Pot - the main character of the series. She possesses a magic spoon which changes her size unexpectedly.
- Mr. Pepper Pot - Mrs. Pepper Pot's husband. He is a professional Painter and decorator. Stubborn, hotheaded and rigid character. He is unaware of Mrs. Pepper Pot's secret which she hides from him.
- Lily - a mysterious girl who lives in the forest with her pet Mink. She is the only one who knows Mrs. Pepperpot's secret and she helps her keep the secret.
- Mouse family - a pair of mice whose offspring are named after the letters of the alphabet.
A Japanese DVD Region 2 box set of the series was produced in 2005.
- Mrs. Pepper Pot
- Spoon Oba-san (Japanese)
- Mrs. Pepper Pot at the Internet Movie Database
- Mrs. Pepper Pot (anime) (anime) at Anime News Network's Encyclopedia
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