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Delightful Moomin Family

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Both of these shows are aimed at kids and have a certain episodic adventerous quality about them with characters going about their daily life in a strange world. Some of these characters have mysterious sides to them as wellMoomin has Snufkin, and HHC has TabiUsagi who have traveled the world and have seen sights. Both are also light hearted romps and have that 80's feel to them.

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Maya the Bee

Many insects call the underbrush and flowerbeds of the garden their home; one such insect is Maya, a curious and friendly honeybee who enjoys a good adventure and a playful time with others. Along with her friends Willy the Bee and Phillip the grasshopper, Maya meets a variety of characters including a lonely cricket, lofty cockroach, and steadfast army ants! Whether it's hiding from the sun or avoiding mean wasps, there's always a good time to be had in the world of the small!

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In both series we meet with funny creatures and their every-day life spent in joy. These anime are calm, childish stories and both express the same feelings and values.

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Both have a cast of characters set in fantastical worlds where we get to see a 'slice of life' of the characters everyday lives. However these aren't quite the ordinary. Someone is always getting into some kind of trouble or some crisis needs to be solved. Both of these are kids shows that have a similar episodic format style to them and both of them have that old 80s kids show feel to them before the time of Dragon Balls and Narutos.

Mysterious Cities of Gold

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In the sixteenth century, Esteban is a Spanish orphan who travels the seas with Mendoza - the man who saved him from dying in the midst of a storm, when Esteban was just a child. With Esteban in tow, Mendoza has set forth to the new world in search of the Mysterious Cities of Gold and riches beyond his wildest dreams - but all Esteban really wants is to search for the location of his father. The duo is also joined by the Incan girl Zia, as only she can translate the writings that will help lead them to the treasure. Mendoza, while seemingly caring, has ambiguous motives; though the intentions of Commander Gomez and Captain Gaspard are clear: find all of the gold that they can, and step on anyone that gets in their way...

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Both series are basically fantasy tales for little children, but what really connects them is unrevaled danger awaiting and unsolved mystery, what creates specific atmosphere.

Snow Queen, The

Snow Queen, The

Once upon a time there were two close friends named Kai and Gerda. One fateful day, in the Snow Queen's castle, the Queen's mirror shatters into a million pieces. The shards are carried by the wind everywhere and, just as the children are playing outside, one of them lodges in Kai's eye and goes straight into his heart. Suddenly Kai becomes distant and cold, and gains an obsession with snow. On one of his most moody days he meets the Snow Queen, who takes him to her castle. The villagers search for him but to no avail. Even when everyone already mourns his death, Gerda doesn't give up and sets on a journey to find him. Can she find Kai and melt the ice on his heart?

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fizrox

This is just the same kind - story for children with interesting, mysterious plot with many both funny and frightening moments to enjoy.