The little witch is only 127 years old – too young for the annual coven of witches. Although she is not yet old enough to be a real witch she wants to become a really good one. This decision causes trouble inside her magic world.
In Enchanted Parade, Akko, Lotte and Sucy, having gotten in trouble yet again, are forced to team up with three other troublemakers; Amanda O'Neill, Constance Braunschweig Albrechtsburger and Jasmineka Antonenko, and must make an annual witch parade a success or else face expulsion.
The little witch is not interested in the basics of magic. She does not want to study at all! But everything changes when she meets the handsome Prince and falls in love with him. She helps the Prince with her magical powers, protecting him from dangerous obstacles and marriage to a woman he does not love.
Olga San Juan is the singing and dancing star of a night club in a South America country,and is in love with Bob Graham, the orchestra leader and vocalist, whose wealthy parents are unaware of his club and musical activities. The parents, when told of the romance, think the girl is after the son's future inheritance. A Paramount "Musical Parade" short.
Puppet theatre adaptation of the popular children's novel.
Family music comedy with fantasy elements that portrays the life of an unusual Roma family seen through the eyes of a ten year-old Manusha.
A two minute adaptation of on an old ghost story.
Unable to deal with her mother's death, Samantha turns to her drawings for solace. She discovers she is able to bring her drawings to life and attempts to bring her mother back. In doing so, she finds out the truth behind her mother's death.
A fairy tale about a good-hearted witch, and her friend the raven.
A look at the making of the Little Witch Academia short film that eventually led to the creation of the series of the same name.
Majokko Megu-chan is a magical girl anime series. The manga was created by Tomo Inoue and Akio Narita, while the 72-episode anime series was produced by Toei Animation between 1974 and 1975. This series is considered an important forerunner of the present day magical girl genre, as the series' characterization and general structure exerted considerable influence over future shows in the same genre. Most notably, several of the show's recurring motifs were recycled in Toei's Sailor Moon, AIC's Pretty Sammy, and Wedding Peach.