translated from Spanish: “Papelucho” will have its own series on Cartoon Network

The cartoon network Cartoon Network announced yesterday that from this Friday, September 24, the animated series “Las aventuras de Papelucho” will be broadcast, a new project inspired by the literary character created by the Chilean Marcela Paz.Designed for children from 6 to 9 years old, the production will have 13 episodes of 12 minutes each and will have various characters from the novels of “Papelucho”, as younger sister Ji, Ramon, Efren, Jolly and Jipa.” Las aventuras de Papelucho” was produced by Simón Barrionuevo and supported by Paula Claro, the daughter of Marcela Paz, who released the first stories of this character in 1947.For her part, the voice of the main character will be in charge of the Mexican actress Isabel Martiñón, known for lending her voice to characters such as “Ben 10” and “Naruto”. This is not the first animated adaptation of the literary character. In 2007, the film “Papelucho y el marciano” was released, based on the book of the same name. Although he managed to be successful at the Chilean box office, no other adventure of the character were adapted. According to the channel, Papelucho is a restless and curious 9-year-old boy who often does not take into account the possible consequences of his daily ideas, but his biggest challenge is to take care of his little sister Ji, who always meddles in his plans and ends up getting him into trouble. 

Original source in Spanish

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