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The Danish dub, like with a lot of western dubs of Mew Mew, dubbed from the 4Kids English version. However,
Danish

Added Danish credits in the MMP ending sequence showing a list of their voice actors.

unlike most Mew Mew Power dubs, the Danish version gives the main characters their Japanese names back(with the exception of a few mistakes that will be listed below). Just like most Mew Mew Power dubs, only 26 episodes were dubbed.

The Danish dub aired on the TV2 channel in Denmark.




Music

Mew Mew Power Danish Theme and Inserts - Subtitled07:37

Mew Mew Power Danish Theme and Inserts - Subtitled

Danish dubbed songs with English subtitles.

Every song (except "Don't Wake Me Up!", which was kept in English) was dubbed into Danish. Minto's VA (and professional Danish singer), Gry Trampedach, sang most of the songs. "Zoey's Theme" and "Lucky Me" were sung by Ichigo's VA, Amalie Dollerup, and "Crush" was sung by Retasu's VA, Thea Ulstrup.





List of songs:

  • Opening: "Come Here!" (Originally titled "Team Up!")
  • 1st Transformation Theme: "Powers Like Nature" (Originally titled "Animal Instinct")
  • 2nd Transformation Theme: "We Are Transformed" (Originally titled "Supernatural")
  • Pilot Episode Insert Song: "It's Now!" (Originally titled "Zoey's Theme")
  • Episode 10 Insert Song: "Come and Dance For Me" (Originally titled "Dance Another Day")
  • Episode 16 Insert Song: "Love" (Originally titled "Crush")
  • Episode 23 Insert Song: "To Think That I Met You" (Originally titled "Lucky Me!")


Name Changes

The Danish dub gave all of the main characters their Japanese names back but, most likely getting confused due to only using the manga for reference, Pie and Tart's names got switched along with Ichigo's friends, Moe and Miwa.

Character list:

  • Zoey Hanson - Ichigo Momomiya/Mew Ichigo
  • Corina Bucksworth - Minto Aizawa/Mew Minto
  • Bridget Verdant - Retasu Midorikawa/Mew Retasu
  • Kikki Benjamin - Purin Fong/Mew Purin
  • Renee Roberts - Zakuro Fujiwara/Mew Zakuro
  • Mark - Aoyama
  • Elliot Grant - Ryou Shirogane
  • Wesley J. Coolridge III - Keiichiro Akasaka
  • Mini-Mew - Masha
  • Dren - Kisshu
  • Sardon - Tarto
  • Tarb - Pai
  • Megan - Miwa
  • Mimi - Moe (The Danish dub pronounces her name as "Moh")
  • Heidi Benjamin - Haiki Fong

Weapon & Attack Names

All of the weapons and attacks are exactly the same as the English dubs. The Danish dub even has the characters say the names in English.

Ichigo:

  • 1st Weapon: Strawberry Bell
  • 1st Attack: Strawberry Bell, Full Power!
  • 2nd Weapon: Rose Bell
  • 2nd Attack: Rose Bell, Full Power!
  • 3rd Weapon: Strawberry Scepter
  • 3rd Attack: Blue Aqua Drops!


Minto:

  • Weapon: Heart Arrow
  • Attack: Unnamed


Retasu:

  • Weapon: Combat Castanets
  • 1st Attack: Deep Sea Surge Attack!
  • 2nd Attack: Tidalwave Rush!
  • 3rd Attack: Underwater Surge Attack!
  • 4th Attack: Tidalwave Attack!


Purin:

  • Weapon: Golden Tambourine
  • Attack: Tambourine Trench


Zakuro:

  • Weapon: Purple Dagger
  • Attack: Unnamed

Voice Actors

  • Ichigo Momomiya - Amalie Dollerup
  • Minto Aizawa & Masha - Gry Trampedach
  • Retasu Midorikawa - Thea Ulstrup
  • Purin Fong - Bette Dandanell
  • Zakuro Fujiwara - Ilia Swainson
  • Aoyama - David Owe
  • Ryou Shirogane & Pai (Tart) - Simon Stenspil
  • Keiichiro Akasaka & Kisshu - Mikkel Følsgaard
  • Tarto (Pie) - Timm Mehrens

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