Ai no Gakko Cuore Monogatari (TV)

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Alternative title:
Coeur (French) 
Corazón Corazón (Spanish) 
Cuore (Italian) 
Diari d'un escolar 
School of Love: Heart's Story 
أحلى الأيام (Arabic) 
بچه های مدرسه والت - عنوان در ایران- فارسی (Arabic) 
愛の学校 クオレ物語 (Japanese) 
Genres: drama 
Themes: historical 
Plot Summary: Enrico is a high school boy who lives with his family in Torino. When the new semester starts Enrico finds out that his favorite teacher is replaced with a strict teacher. Enrico and his class mates while dealing with the challenges of their personal life , try to get along with the new teacher. 
Number of episodes: 26 
Episode titles: We have 26
1981-04-03 to 1981-09-25 
1989-05-24 (France) 
1991-02-17 (TV3 - Televisió de Catalunya) 
2001-02-12 (Philippines) 
Opening Theme:
"Cuore Monogatari (The story of Cuore)" by Takeda Eri accompanied by the Tokyo Broadcasting Children's Choir 
Ending Theme:
"Shiroi Nikki (White diary)" by Takeda Eri accompanied by the Tokyo Broadcasting Children's Choir 
Based on the novel "Cuore, Libro per i Ragazzi" (Heart: An Italian Schoolboy's Journal) by Edmondo de Amicis. 
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Series Director: Eiji Okabe 
Original story: Edmondo De Amicis 
Character Design:
Isamu Kumata 
Susumu Shiraume 
Art Director: Jirou Kouno 
Executive producer: Kôichi Motohashi 
Producer: Shigeo Endo 

Assistant Director: Shigeo Koshi 
Katsue Miwa as Nino 
Toshiko Fujita as Enrico 
Japanese companies
Production: Nippon Animation 
French cast
French staff
Theme Song Performance: Charlotte Buonomano 
Maurice Decoster as Enrico Bottini 

Bruno Raina as Père d'Enrico(1ers episodes) 
Christiane Lorenzo as
Cyrille Artaux as
Père d'Enrico 
Dominique Chauby as
Antonio Rabucco 
Mère d'Enrico 
Françoise Blanchard as Nino(1ère voix) 
Maryse Meryl as
Ernesto Derossi 
Mme Delcati 
Ophélie Brissot as
Carlo Nobis 
Nino(2ème voix) 
Silvia(2ème voix) 
Sophie Arthuys as
Julio Rabetti 

French companies
TF1 (from 24 May 1989) 
Spanish staff
Spanish cast
Juan Cuadra as Enrique´s Father 
Luis Accinelli as Professor Perboni 
Rocio Prado as Enrique Bottini 
Rocío Robledo as

Alejandro Abdalah as Foreman 
Edgar Wald as Mr. Crossi 
Enrique Garduza as Carlo Nobis 
Erika Araujo as
Guillermo Romano as Florentino's father 
Javier Ponton as Ernesto De Rossi 

Spanish companies
Broadcaster: TV3 (Televisió de Catalunya) 
Italian staff
Italian cast
Dubbing Director: Anna Teresa Eugeni 

Theme Song Performance:
Cavalieri del Re (Rete 4) 
Gian Paolo Daldello (Italia 1) 
Anna Teresa Eugeni as Adriana Bottini 
Christian Fassetta as Enrico 
Ettore Conti as
Padre di Fernando 
Professor Crosetti 
Fabrizio Mazzotta as Carlo Nobis 
Francesca Palopoli as Nonna di Franti 
Francesco Crispino as Garrone 
Francesco Prando as Rabetti 
Gabriele Carrara as Alberto Bottini 
Gianluca Storelli as
Marco Baroni as Coretti 
Marco Guadagno as Franti 
Mariella Furgiuele as Maestra Delcati 
Mario Milita as Preside della scuola 
Massimiliano Alto as Nino 
Massimo Còrizza as Garoffi 
Massimo Rossi as Precossi 
Monica Cadueri as Crossi 
Nino Scardina as Votini 
Riccardo Garrone as Padre di Precossi 
Rosalinda Galli as Silvia 
Sergio Luzi as De Rossi 
Susanna Fassetta as Betty 
Valeria Perilli as Cirillo 
Valerio Ruggeri as Maestro Perboni 
Italian companies
Italia 1 
Rete 4 
Tagalog staff
Tagalog companies
Studio 23 (ABS-CBN) 
Dubbing: ABS-CBN 
Tagalog cast
Pocholo Gonzales as Friends 
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