Tosh is a girl-crazy 9-year-old boy who lives in a small town with his rather eccentric family. He'll do *anything* to melt the heart of his latest crush...and this often gets him into terrible, terrible trouble.
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Tintin Anderzon ...  Karin 26 episodes, 2002
Ludwig Berling Ludwig Berling ...  Herman 26 episodes, 2002
Daniel De Geer Daniel De Geer ...  Håkan Bråkan 26 episodes, 2002
Alvia Elfstrand Alvia Elfstrand ...  Sofie 26 episodes, 2002
Bevin Hansson Bevin Hansson ...  Sune 26 episodes, 2002
Joakim Jennefors Joakim Jennefors ...  Rudolf 26 episodes, 2002
Lennart Jähkel ...  Ragnar Blixt 26 episodes, 2002
Nicolina Konstenius Nicolina Konstenius ...  Anna 26 episodes, 2002
Jeanette Tornehave Jeanette Tornehave ...  Yvonne 26 episodes, 2002
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Tosh is a girl-crazy 9-year-old boy who lives in a small town with his rather eccentric family. He'll do *anything* to melt the heart of his latest crush...and this often gets him into terrible, terrible trouble.

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A very underrated and funny series
8 April 2019 | by mattiasflgrtll6See all my reviews

I've always had a soft spot for The World Of Tosh. Next to the live-action Sune adaptations from the early 90's, I feel it captures the spirit of the books best. Sune is endearingly optimistic and tireless in his quest for girls. He always paints an unrealistic picture in his head of how he will win over a girl, but when push comes to shove things don't really go as smoothly as he first expects. He also cares a lot about his family, as crazy as they might be. The episode where he tries to help his dad fulfill his dreams but doesn't realize the horror he's causing him is a perfect demonstration of his wellmeaning, yet oblivious nature. I really like the dynamic he has with his two best friends Herman and Sophie. Herman is the nice, though somewhat cowardly guy while Sophie is the straightman who sometimes feels like she's talking to two bumbling nitwits.

The voice acting is excellent all around. Bevin Hansson captures Tosh's naivety to a tee, and Joakim Jennefors steals the show as the nice, but clumsy father Rudolf. Tintin Anderzon gives Karin a suitably relaxed voice, who unlike the rest of her family goes on rational thinking rather than impulse. Movie fans will also enjoy seeing veteran actor Lennart Jähkel as the neighbor Ragnar, who is hilariously lazy and lets his wife do all the work around home.

The artstyle isn't the most flashy, but I feel like that contributes to its charm. The dream sequences are well-animated and contain some funny visual humor.

Last but not least, there's the catchy and energetic intro, which gets me pumped up every time I hear it. The theme song alone gives me a huge flash of nostalgia.

10 years after this, we would get the disastrous live-action films with probably some of the worst miscasting I have ever seen. But thankfully we'll always have the memories.


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