Overview

The plot follows Mimiko, a bright little girl left alone when her grandmother leaves on a trip. Making a few stops at some local stores, Mimiko comes home to her house in a bamboo grove and finds a baby panda named Panny sleeping on the back doorstep. She quickly makes friends with the little panda, and invites him in for a drink. His father, PapaPanda, soon comes to visit, and they decide to become a family after PapaPanda offers to.

  1. Isao Takahata

    Director

  2. Hayao Miyazaki

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Kazuko Sugiyama

    Kazuko Sugiyama

    Mimiko

  2. Kazuo Kumakura

    Kazuo Kumakura

    Papanda

  3. Yoshiko Ohta

    Yoshiko Ohta

    Pan-chan

  4. Yasuo Yamada

    Yasuo Yamada

    Cop

Full Cast & Crew

Panda! Go Panda!
Panda! Go Panda!

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Facts

Original Title パンダコパンダ

Status Released

Release Information

  • July 25, 2000
    Physical

    Meaning

  • January 6, 2004
    Physical

    Meaning

  • April 17, 2012
    Physical

    Meaning

Original Language Japanese

Runtime 0h 35m

Budget -

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