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Otogi Manga Calendar
おとぎマンガカレンダー
(Otogi Manga Karendā)
GenreDocumentary
TV anime
Instant History
DirectorRyuichi Yokoyama
StudioOtogi Production
Network TBS TV
Original runMay 1, 1961February 24, 1962
Episodes312
TV anime
DirectorRyuichi Yokoyama
StudioOtogi Production
Network TBS TV
Original runJune 25, 1962July 4, 1964
Episodes54
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Otogi Manga Calendar (おとぎマンガカレンダー Otogi Manga Calendar?) was a black and white Japanese anime series aired from 1961 to 1964. It was the first anime series, and the first series ever televised.

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Story

The show was about historical events through a character who was not aware of "what happened on this day in history". Sometimes photographs and film footages were mixed in with the animations to explain what historical event had taken place. The research archives came from the Mainichi Shinbun newspaper where the director's Fuku-chan manga was printing at the time[1].

Background

The show was divided into 2 seasons. In 1961, it was aired in the first season as "Instant History" with 312 episodes, each being just 3 minutes long. The second season "Otogi Manga Calendar" aired 312 episodes, with each being 5 minutes long. While it was the first series ever broadcast on TV, it should not be mistaken as the first anime ever broadcast. Three Tales was the first Japanese anime shown on TV, while Tetsuwan Atom was the first 25 minutes anime series.

SeasonJapanese NameEnglish NameFirst AiredLast Aired
Season 1インスタントヒストリーInstant HistoryMay 1, 1961February 24, 1962
Season 2おとぎマンガカレンダーOtogi Manga CalendarJune 25, 1962July 4, 1964

Staff

Director: Ryuichi Yokoyama

Additional Director: Shinichi Suzuki, Michihiro Matsuyama

Screenwriter, Design, Animator: Ryuichi Yokoyama, Shinichi Suzuki, Michihiro Matsuyama

Art: Hiroshi Saitô

See also

References

  1. Clements, Jonathan. McCarthy Helen. [2006] (2006). The Anime Encyclopedia: Revised & Expanded Edition. Berkeley, CA: Stone Bridge Press. ISBN 978-1-933330-10-5

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