Creamy Mami, the Magic Angel (魔法の天使クリィミーマミ, Mahō no Tenshi Kurīmī Mami) is a magical girl anime series by Studio Pierrot which aired from 1983 to 1984 on Nippon Television. It went on lớn have five OVA adaptions & featured in other Studio Pierrot special presentations. A three volume manga was released during the original TV run, with the story written by Kazunori Itō and art by Yuuko Kitagawa. This was the first of five magical girl anime to lớn be produced by Studio Pierrot, and the first of these to feature the designs of Akemi Takada. In 2005, the web-poll for TV Asahi"s top-100 anime of all time saw Creamy Mami, the Magic Angel poll 82nd. The series is currently streaming in North America via Yomiuri TV"s Anime Sols video service, as of spring 2013. Thus far, a limited DVD release of all 52 TV episodes has been successfully crowd-funded at Anime Sols. Leftover copies of the first boxset are currently up at Right Stuf & Crunchyroll.

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Yū Morisawa is an ordinary 10-year-old girl, until she sees a spaceship floating in the sky. Carried into the ship, she helps Pino Pino find the Feather Star. In thanks for her assistance he grants her a magical wand, which allows her to lớn transform into a 16-year-old girl, for one year. She is also given two cats from Feather Star, Posi và Nega, who are to lớn watch over her while she has magical powers. While wandering around the city as a teenager, she accidentally ends up on TV và asked to lớn sing, which the magic enables her to vày remarkably well. Using the alias of Creamy Mami, she becomes an overnight success, and is soon sought to lớn begin a professional career as an idol under Parthenon Productions. Along the way, she also meets past residents of Feather Star và supernatural beings. In addition, she must fight against Snake Joe, a shady character of the rival LP Productions, who is always trying to steal her away and Megumi-chan, another one of Parthenon Productions" vị trí cao nhất stars.

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Mami may refer to:

Mami Sasazaki, a member of Japanese girl rock band "SCANDAL"In Spanish, it is slang for baby or sexy

In Latin countries it is the term for mother

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Mami (rock opera)

Mami (Hebrew: מאמי, meaning ‘sweetie’) is an Israeli rock opera that was written by Hillel Mittelpunkt, Ehud Banai, and Yossi Mar Haim. Shefi Yishai & Yossi Elefant were responsible for musical production và arrangement.

The first version of the opera came on stage in 1986, when the leading role was played by Mazi Cohen, & the supporting roles by Ehud Banai và Aryeh Moskuna. The opera appeared at the “Tzavta” Theatre, và was concerned with real political subjects, such as the occupation of the territories of the West bank and Gaza (which was then nearing its twentieth year), the unequal discrimination of the residents of southern Israel, và Israeli militarism.

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Creamy was a Faroese teen-pop duo, composed of Rebekka Mathew & Rannva Joensen.

Their 1999 debut album, Creamy, made when the pair were just thirteen years of age, was composed of euro-pop versions of children’s songs. In 2001, they released a seasonal album, Christmas Snow. Their only single in the UK was a euro-pop cover of the theme song to the 1984 movie, Neverending Story, which was featured on their second album, We Got the Time. They were signed to RecArt Music Denmark.

Their album, "We Got the Time" was produced by Ole Evenrud, of A*Teens fame. Ole Evenrud also produced a version of a tuy vậy from that album, "Help! I"m a Fish (I"m a Little Yellow Fish)", for the Danish pop group, Little Trees.

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After their appearance on Dancemania tốc độ 10 with a speedy remix of their tuy nhiên "I vì chưng I bởi vì I Do" in late 2002, Creamy appeared on this eurodance compilation series, Dancemania, several times.