Pucca (TV series)

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Disney's Pucca
Disney's Pucca.jpg
Genre Action Adventure, Black comedy, Romantic comedy, Slapstick
Format Animated series
Created by Boo Kyoung Kim, Calvin
Voices of Tabitha St. Germain
Brian Drummond
Brian Dobson
Michael Dobson
Dale Wilson
Lee Tockar
Chantal Strand
Kathleen Barr
French Tickner
Richard Newman
Dave "Squatch" Ward
Ikue Otani
Theme music composer Plus-Tech Squeeze Box
Country of origin South Korea
Original language(s) Chinese, English, German, Japanese, Korean, Spanish
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 39 (117 segments) (List of episodes)
Production company(s) Vooz Character System
Studio B Productions
Jetix Productions
Distributor Disney–ABC Domestic Television
Vooz Character System
DHX Television
Original channel MBC (South Korea)
Jetix (Worldwide)
Family (Canada)
Picture format HDTV: 1080i/720p
Original run 8 September 2006 (2006-09-08) – 24 July 2008 (2008-07-24)

Pucca (짜장소녀 뿌까, Jjajang Sonyeo Ppukka), also known currently as Disney's Pucca is a Canadian/South Korean animated television series based on a series of shorts created by Vooz Character System. The series revolves around 11-year-old Pucca, a young girl who's in love and obsessed with a 12-year-old ninja named Garu. It also airs currently on Champ Vision and MBC in Korea. Internationally, the series has aired on Disney XD in the United States,[1] Europe,[2] and other locales on the Disney XD channel.[3]

The series, Pucca, itself began airing on television in 2006, with a set of 26 episodes (78 segments). The second season of the show, consisting of 13 episodes (39 segments), began airing in 2008 after it was ordered to be created by Jetix Europe. In total, not including the previous online aired episodes of the show, this brought the number of created episodes to 117.[4][5]



See List of Pucca episodes


Actor (English) Character
Tabitha St. Germain Pucca
Ring Ring
Brian Drummond Garu
Brian Dobson Uncle Dumpling
Michael Dobson Ho
Dale "Fish" Wilson Linguini
Lee Tockar Abyo
Policeman Bruce
Chantal Strand Ching
Kathleen Barr Doga
French Tickner Santa
Richard Newman Master Soo
Dave "Squatch" Ward Muji


Country Distributor Company
 United States Buena Vista Television International
 South Korea MBC Films


Country Channel
 Australia 7Two / Disney Channel
 Brazil Rede Globo / Disney XD
 Canada Family
 Costa Rica Teletica
 Chile Disney XD, UCV TV Early February 7, 2011
 Europe Disney Channel /Jetix
 France France 4
 Hong Kong Disney Channel, TVB
 Greece Disney XD
 India Jetix
 Indonesia Disney Channel / Antv
 Ireland Disney XD
 Israel Jetix/Disney Channel
 Italy Disney XD, Rai Due
 Japan Disney XD, TV Asahi, Chiba TV, TV Osaka
 Mexico Disney XD, Azteca 7, SKY México
 Pakistan Disney XD
 Peru Disney XD
 Philippines ABS-CBN, Disney
 Poland Jetix, TV4 (Poland)
 Russia STS, Disney Channel, Jetix, 2×2
 Serbia Fox televizija
 South Korea MBC, Champ Vision
 Spain Jetix
 Thailand Disney Channel, Disney XD, True Spark
 United Kingdom Jetix (Before being rebranded as Disney XD)
 United States Jetix/ Disney XD 2006-2011
 Venezuela Disney XD, Venevision
 Vietnam Disney Channel, Disney XD

Music Tour[edit]

A musical show for the series was held in Lima on 8 October 2009. This location was chosen because of Pucca being "one of the most beloved programs on Jetix's Latin American channel." The show repeated itself eight times from the 8 October through 11 October.[6]


At the 2006 Annecy International Animated Film Festival, the Pucca episode "A Force of Won" was "nominated for two awards...including the Prix Jeunesse in the Animation category." During the same year, Pucca won the Leo Awards for Best Screenwriting, along with "Best Overall in an Animation Program."[4]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "New Episodes Trickle Into CN, Adult Swim, Kids WB". 4 March 2008. Retrieved 24 December 2010. 
  2. ^ "JCP and PUCCA ::: Jetix". 28 August 2008. Retrieved 24 December 2010. 
  3. ^ "Studio B Sees Pucca to TV". Cold Hard Flash. 22 January 2007. Retrieved 24 December 2010. 
  4. ^ a b Ryan Ball (2 October 2006). "Jetix Europe Orders More Pucca". Animation Magazine. Retrieved 24 December 2010. 
  5. ^ "PUCCA To Air On Jetix". Cold Hard Flash. 19 August 2005. Retrieved 24 December 2010. 
  6. ^ "Pucca y sus amigos darán espectáculo en Lima". El Comercio. 20 August 2009. Retrieved 24 December 2010. 

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