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Uncle Victor's look is based on Dr. Frankenstein and painter Salvador Salí. Also, Sérgio Mamberti was Cao Hamburger's direct choice for the role and was cast without auditioning.
The character of Caipora was originally going to be the Curupira. Both are mythical figures from Brazilian folklore, and the crew concluded it would be difficult to portray Curupira, who has his feet turned backwards.
In 2014, Pascoal da Conceição who played the antagonist Dr. Abobrinha escaped from an assault after he performed his character's famous ambitious slang. The thugs only apologized and ran away.
Pedro's look was a mix of an skater and Peter Pan's character John Darling.
The library has the equivalent to 6 thousands books.
In the whole series, Nino's only prominent spell is cast in the pilot.
Cássio Scapin's first role in a series featuring a Caipora. The Brazilian mythological creature also appears in Os Mutantes (2008).
Cássio Scapin reportedly went through therapy because of Nino. "He was opening so many doors. It's hard to get rid of something that's working just aa fine."
J.K. Rowling named the Brazilian/South-American wizarding school in the "Harry Potter" universe as Castelobruxo, generating an in-joke among Brazilian fans who felt the name sounded strongly familiar to this series.
In July 16th, 2014 an exhibition featuring the character's wardrobe, props, puppets, setting etc. was opened in São Paulo to celebrate the series' 20th anniversary.
Wagner Bello who portrayed Etevaldo the E.T. sadly passed away during shooting. His friend Siomara Schroder honored him and played a female counterpart of the character, his cousin Etecetera.
Doctors Tíbio and Perônio are named after the two bones Tibia and Fibula (also named Peronio in Brazilian Portuguese).
One of the doctors is portrayed Flávio de Souza, who is also a writer of several child novels in Brazil and the creator of Ilha Rá-Tim-Bum (2002), set in the same universe.
The pilot is rarely aired in reruns of the show.
A famous sketch contains a trio of birds singing songs in several instruments from around the world. The songs, however, are not sang by them and portrayed by actual singers.
Some children sent letters containing money to the cast shortly after the show's cancellation was announced.
Filmed in one year and eight months and aired to this day on reruns. The stage version continued for five more years after the finale, until Cássio Scapin decided to drop out of the role of Nino. He returned to the role in a new stage production in 2014.
|Series cast summary:|
|Cássio Scapin||-||Nino 34 episodes, 1994-1997|
|Álvaro Petersen Jr.||-||Celeste / - 34 episodes, 1994-1997|
|Cláudio Chakmati||-||Porteiro / - 34 episodes, 1994-1997|
|Fernando Gomes||-||Gato Pintado / - 34 episodes, 1994-1997|
|Rosi Campos||-||Morgana 33 episodes, 1994-1997|
|Sérgio Mamberti||-||Dr. Victor 33 episodes, 1994-1996|
|Luciano Amaral||-||Pedro 33 episodes, 1994-1996|
|Cíntia Raquel||-||Biba 33 episodes, 1994-1996|
|Theo Werneck||-||Tap / - 33 episodes, 1994-1997|
|Freddy Allan||-||Zequinha 32 episodes, 1994-1996|
|Luciano Ottani||-||Adelaide / - 32 episodes, 1994-1996|
|Gerson Abreu||-||Flap 32 episodes, 1994-1996|
|Henrique Stroeter||-||Perônio / - 16 episodes, 1994-1997|
|Flávio de Souza||-||Tíbio 15 episodes, 1994-1995|
|Dilmah Souza||-||Dançarina e Passarinha / - 14 episodes, 1994-1996|
|Ciça Meirelles||-||Dançarina e Passarinha / - 14 episodes, 1994-1996|