Seishun Anime Zenshu (TV)

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Alternative title:
Animated Classics of Japanese Literature 
Anthologie de la Littérature Japonaise (French) 
Antologia da Literatura Japonesa (Portuguese) 
Youth Anime Complete Collection 
青春アニメ全集 (Japanese) 
Genres: drama , romance 
Themes: historical 
Plot Summary: Compliation of short romantic stories from the end of the 19th century and beginning of the 20th century. 
User Ratings: 15 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 1 vote (sub:1)
 Excellent: 2 votes (sub:1, others:1
1 Portuguese subtitled
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 Decent: 7 votes (sub:7)
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Seen in part or in whole by 60 users, rank: #4277 (of 6387)
Median rating: Decent
Arithmetic mean: 7.133 (Good), std. dev.: 1.3098, rank: #2095 (of 6389)
Weighted mean: 6.846 (Good), rank: #2798 (of 6389) (seen all: 7.22 / seen some: 6.70)
Bayesian estimate: 7.149 (Good), rank: #1739 (of 4847)
Running time: 26 minutes per episode 
Number of episodes: 35 
Episode titles: We have 32
Vintage: 1986-04-25 to 1986-12-26 
Ending Theme:
"Seishun wa Fune (Youth is a boat)" by NakDa Capo 
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Series Director: Fumio Kurokawa 
Fumio Kurokawa 
Yumiko Suda 
Music: Kôichi Sakata 
Character Design: Yasuji Mori 
Director of Photography: Toshiaki Morita 
Executive producer: Kôichi Motohashi 

Audio Director: Sadayoshi Fujino 
Ending Illustrations: Seiichi Hayashi 
Planning Director/Producer: Shoji Sato 
Production manager: Mitsuru Takakuwa 
Theme Song Arrangement: Hideo Shimazu (ED) 
Theme Song Composition: Kôichi Sakata 
Theme Song Lyrics: Rei Nakanishi (ED) 
Theme Song Performance: Da Capo (ED) 
Aiko Maruyama as Mother (Wandering Days) 
Akiko Takeguchi as Kane (The Wild Daisy) 
Daisuke Gouri as Doctor (The Dancing Girl) 
Fumito Yamano as Shinkichi (The Wild Daisy) 
Hideyuki Tanaka as Masao (Speaking, The Wild Daisy) 
Hiroko Nishi as Saleswoman (Botchan) 
Hiromi Tsuru as Setsuko (ep 5) 
Hisako Kyouda as Kiyo (Botchan) 
Ikuo Nishikawa as Pupil A (Botchan) 
Jun Eto as Hōichi (Ghost Story) 
Katsuhiro Nanba as Masao (The Wild Daisy) 
Kazuo Hayashi as Uranari (Botchan) 
Kei Tomiyama as Father (Wandering Days) 
Keiko Hanagata as Mrs. Hagino (Botchan) 
Keiko Toda as Fumiko (Wandering Days) 
Kenichi Ogata as Ikagin (Botchan) 
Kenichi Ono as Pupil C (Botchan) 
Kumiko Takizawa as Madonna (Botchan) 
Mari Okamoto as Tami (The Wild Daisy) 
Michihiro Ikemizu as Obayashi-sensei (Wandering Days) 
Michio Hazama as Kenkichi Aizawa (The Dancing Girl) 
Midori Kiuchi as narrator 
Miina Tominaga as Fumiko's Otomejidai (Wandering Days) 
Miyoko Asou as Tomi (The Wild Daisy) 
Ranko Mizuki as Shizu (The Wild Daisy) 
Ryoko Kinomiya as Taira no Tokiko (Ni'i no Ama;Ghost Story) 
Saeko Shimazu as Saeko 
Sanji Hase as Nodaiko (Botchan) 
Shinya Ohtaki as Pupil D (Botchan) 
Shozo Iizuka as Yamaarashi (Botchan) 
Shuuichi Ikeda as Toyotarō Ōta (The Dancing Girl) 
Tadashi Nakamura as Akashatsu (Botchan) 
Takaya Hashi as Chikamatsu (Wandering Days) 
Takurou Kitagawa as Legate (The Dancing Girl) 
Takuzou Kamiyama as Tanuki (The Principal, Botchan) 
Terue Nunami as Elise's Mother (The Dancing Girl) 
Toshiko Fujita as Hatsue (The Wild Daisy) 
Toshio Furukawa as "I" ("Watashi"; 1 episodes
ep 5 The Wind has Risen
Yoku Shioya as Pupil B (Botchan) 
Yoshito Yasuhara as Botchan (Botchan) 
Yuriko Yamamoto as Elise (The Dancing Girl) 
Japanese companies
Production: Nippon Animation 
English staff
English companies
Distributor: Central Park Media 
English cast
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