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Tales Of Little Women
Tales of Little Women
Little Women
(愛の若草物語, Ai no Wakakusa Monogatari, "Love's Tale of Young Grass"), also simply known as Little Women, is a 1987 Japanese animated television series adaptation of Louisa May Alcott's Little Women, produced by Nippon Animation.[1] A sequel series, Little Women
Little Women
II: Jo's Boys, premiered in 1993.Contents1 Plot 2 Characters2.1 Name and character changes3 Broadcast 4 Voice cast4.1 English cast5 Staff 6 Themes 7 Episode list 8 See also 9 References 10 External linksPlot[edit] The animated series is loosely derived from the book and introduces new material and characters. The series begins with the introduction of the March family happily living near Gettysburg (the nearby town of York in the English version), until one day during a picnic, Mr. March notices Confederate scouts at a riverbank. As an officer of the Union Army on leave with a broken arm, Mr
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Kazuo Otani
Kazuo Otani
Kazuo Otani
(June 2, 1918 – July 15, 1944) was a United States
United States
Army soldier and a recipient of the United States
United States
military's highest decoration—the Medal of Honor—for his actions in World War II.[1]Contents1 Early life 2 Soldier 3 Medal of Honor
Medal of Honor
citation 4 See also 5 References 6 External linksEarly life[edit] Otani was born in California
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Kohei Miyauchi
Takayuki Miyauchi (宮内 孝幸, Miyauchi Takayuki, August 4, 1929 – June 2, 1995), better known by the stage name Kōhei Miyauchi (宮内 幸平, Miyauchi Kōhei), was a Japanese actor and voice actor born in Kagoshima Prefecture. On June 2, 1995, Miyauchi died on his hospital bed at the Nihon University Itabashi Hospital from abdominal varices
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Keiko Han
Keiko Han
Keiko Han
(潘 恵子, Han Keiko, born April 5, 1953 in Tokyo, Japan) is a Japanese voice actress, actress and western astrologer of Taiwanese descent. She sang the theme songs in productions such as Story of the Alps: My Annette and Kazoku Robinson Hyōryūki Fushigi na Shima no Furōne. Han is a fortune teller of Western horoscopes, and has written several books on the subject
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Mayumi Shou
Mayumi Shō (荘 真由美, Shō Mayumi, born February 5, 1965 in Tokyo) is a Japanese voice actress. She formerly worked at Aoni Production and is now a director at Kekke Corporation
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Little Women (other)
Little Women
Little Women
is a 1868–69 novel by Louisa May Alcott. Little Women
Little Women
may also refer to:Film[edit]
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Nobuo Tobita
Nobuo Tobita (飛田 展男, Tobita Nobuo, November 6, 1959) is a Japanese voice actor from Mito. He is represented by Arts Vision. He is most known for the roles of Kamille Bidan
Kamille Bidan
(Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam), Albert Heinrich/004 ( Cyborg 009
Cyborg 009
(2001)), and Sueo Maruo (Chibi Maruko-chan). His debut role is Bob in the 1982 anime television series Cybot Robotchi. He has also voiced a lot of characters for the story CDs in Sound Horizon.Contents1 Filmography1.1 Television animation 1.2 Original video animation (OVA) 1.3 Theatrical animation 1.4 Video games 1.5 Drama CDs 1.6 Tokusatsu 1.7 Dub1.7.1 Live-action 1.7.2 Animation2 References 3 External linksFilmography[edit]This filmography contains a list of works that does not follow the Manual of Style for lists of works (often, though not always, due to being in reverse-chronological order) and may need cleanup
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Taeko Nakanishi
Taeko Nakanishi (中西 妙子, Nakanishi Taeko, born February 11, 1931) is a Japanese voice actress who previously works for Aoni Production. She is best known as the voices of the various Panther Claw villiains in Cutie Honey, and the Hell Tree in the first arc of the Sailor Moon R
Sailor Moon R
series. She also voiced Chris MacNeil in the original Japanese dub of The Exorcist.Contents1 Filmography1.1 Television animation 1.2 OVA 1.3 Movies 1.4 Video games 1.5 Dubbing2 External linksFilmography[edit] Television animation[edit] GeGeGe no Kitarō
GeGeGe no Kitarō
(1971) as Hone-onna Cutie Honey
Cutie Honey
(1973) as Tomohawk Panther, Ironsado Alps no Shōjo Heidi (1974) as Mrs
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Osamu Saka
Osamu Saka (阪 脩, Saka Osamu, born November 7, 1930 in Osaka, Osaka Prefecture) is a Japanese actor and voice actor who works for Aoni Production.Contents1 Filmography1.1 Television animation 1.2 Original video animation (OVA) 1.3 Theatrical animation 1.4 Tokusatsu 1.5 Video games 1.6 Dubbing roles1.6.1 Live-action 1.6.2 Animation2 References 3 External linksFilmography[edit] Television animation[edit] Gigantor
Gigantor
(1963) – Gavan
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Studio Ghibli
Coordinates: 35°42′11.5″N 139°31′44.9″E / 35.703194°N 139.529139°E / 35.703194; 139.529139Studio Ghibli, Inc. 株式会社スタジオジブリTypeKabushiki gaishaIndustry Motion pictures Video games TV commercialsPredecessor TopcraftFounded Tokyo, Japan (15 June 1985; 32 years ago (1985-06-15))FoundersHayao Miyazaki Toshio Suzuki Isao Takahata Yasuyoshi TokumaHeadquarters Koganei, Tokyo, JapanKey peopleKoji Hoshino (Chairman) Kiyofumi Nakajima (President) Hayao Miyazaki (Director) Toshio Suzuki (Executive director)Products Animated feature films (anime), television films, commercials, live-action filmsNet income¥1.426 billion (2011)Total assets ¥15.77 billion (2011)Owner Tokuma Shoten
Tokuma Shoten
(1985-2005) Independent (2005-Present)Number of employees150 (2016)Website www.ghibli.jpStudio Ghibli, Inc
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Toshihiko Kojima
Toshihiko Kojima (小島 敏彦, Kojima Toshihiko, born August 10, 1940 in Chiba, Japan) is a Japanese actor and voice actor.Contents1 Filmography1.1 Television dramas 1.2 Television animation 1.3 OVA 1.4 Theatrical animation 1.5 Video games 1.6 Dubbing1.6.1 Live-action 1.6.2 Animation2 External linksFilmography[edit] Television dramas[edit] Wataru Seken wa Oni Bakari (Sakurada)Television animation[edit] Space Battleship Yamato II
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Poodle
(disputed - see history)Germany[1][2] France[3][4]Domestic dog (Canis lupus familiaris)Classification and standardsAKC Standard: Non-sporting Miniature: Non-sporting Toy: Toy Standard, miniature, and toyANKC Group 7 (Non-sporting) Standard Miniature ToyCKC Standard: Group 9 – Sporting Miniature: Group 9 – Sporting Toy: Group 5 – Toys Standard miniature toyFCI Group 9 Section 2 Poodle #172 Standard, medium, miniature, toyKC (UK) Utility Standard Miniature ToyNZKC Non-sporting Standard Miniature ToyUKC Standard: Gun Dogs Miniature: Companion Dogs Toy: Companion Dogs Standard, miniature, and toyThe poodle is a group of formal dog breeds, the Standard Poodle, Miniature Poodle
Poodle
and Toy Poodle
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Kozo Shioya
Kōzō Shioya (塩屋 浩三, Shioya Kōzō, born August 18, 1955) is a Japanese voice actor born in Kagoshima Prefecture. He is represented by Aoni Production
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Ryuji Saikachi
Ryūji Saikachi (槐 柳二, Saikachi Ryūji, March 27, 1928 – September 29, 2017) was a Japanese actor and voice actor, known for his roles as Matthew Cuthbert in Anne of Green Gables, Old Person in Paranoia Agent, and Dwarf in The Wonderful Adventures of Nils. Saikachi died from congestive heart failure on September 29, 2017.[1]Contents1 Filmography1.1 Anime television 1.2 Original video anime 1.3 Anime films 1.4 Video games 1.5 Tokusatsu 1.6 Live-action dubbing 1.7 Overseas animation dubbing 1.8 Other voices2 References 3 External linksFilmography[edit] Anime television[edit] GeGeGe no Kitarō
GeGeGe no Kitarō
(1968) – Nurarihyon Tensai Bakabon
Tensai Bakabon
(1971) – Rerere no Ojisan Doraemon (NTV anime) (1973) Anne of Green Gables
Anne of Green Gables
(1979) – Matthew Cuthbert Space Adventure Cobra
Space Adventure Cobra
(1983) – Dr
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Fuji Television
Hachiōji, Tokyo Analog: Channel 31 Tama, Tokyo Analog: Channel 55 Chichi-jima, Ogasawara Islands Analog: Channel 57 Haha-jima, Ogasawara Islands Analog: Channel 58 Mito, Ibaraki Analog: Channel 38 Digital: Channel 19 Hitachi, Ibaraki Analog: Channel 58 Utsunomiya, Tochigi Analog: Channel 57 Digital: Channel 35 Maebashi, Gunma Analog: Channel 58 Digital: Channel 42 Chichibu, Saitama Analog: Channel 29 Narita, Chiba Analog: Channel 57 Tateyama, Chiba Analog: Channel 58 Yokohama Minato Mirai 21, Kanagawa Analog: Channel 58 Yokosuka-Kurihama, Kanagawa Analog: Channel 37 Hiratsuka, Kanagawa Analog: Channel 39 Digital: Channel 21 Kitadaitō, Okinawa Analog: Channel 46 Minami Daito, Okinawa Analog: Channel 58Affiliations Fuji News NetworkOwner Fuji Television
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Toshihiko Seki
Toshihiko Seki (関 俊彦, Seki Toshihiko, born June 11, 1962 in Sendai) is a Japanese voice actor and member of 81 Produce.[1] Apart from voice actor work, Seki sometimes does live action drama stage work. He is sometimes mistaken for another voice actor, Tomokazu Seki,[citation needed] sharing the same last name but are unrelated.Contents1 Biography 2 Filmography2.1 Television animation2.1.1 1989 2.1.2 1995 2.1.3 1998 2.1.4 2000 2.1.5 2001 2.1.6 2002 2.1.7 2003 2.1.8 2004 2.1.9 2007 2.1.10 2008 2.1.11 2013 2.1.12 2015 2.1.13 2016 2.1.14 2017 2.1.15 Unsorted2.2 Original video animation (OVA)2.2.1 1989 2.2.2 1995 2.2.3 Unsorted2.3 Theatrical animation 2.4 Video games 2.5 Tokusatsu 2.6 Dubbing roles3 References 4 External linksBiography[edit] According to the Anime News Network
Anime News Network
as of early August 2007, Seki Toshihiko is one of the more prolific male voice actors with 215 roles credited to his name
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