Don Dracula (TV)

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©Tezuka Productions 


 
Alternative title:
Don Drácula (Portuguese) 
手塚治虫のドン・ドラキュラ (Japanese) 
Genres: comedy , fantasy 
Objectionable content: None 
Plot Summary: This is a horror comedy in which a Western-style house in Romania is bought and brought to Tokyo, with the inhabitants still inside. They are Don Dracula the vampire, his daughter Chocola and his servant Igor. 
Running time: half hour per episode 
Number of episodes: 8 
Episode titles: We have 8
Vintage: 1982-04-05 to 1982-04-26 
Opening Theme:
"Paradise Dracula" by Kenji Utsumi & Koorogi '73 
Ending Theme:
"Otosan wa Kyuketsuki" by Yoshimi Niikura 
Trivia: We have 1
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Chief Director: Masamune Ochiai 
Screenplay: Takao Koyama 
Original creator: Osamu Tezuka 
Art Director: Tadami Shimokawa 
Animation Director: Masayuki Uchiyama 
Sound Director: Toshiki Toriumi 
Theme Song Composition: Kuni Kawachi (OP) 
Kenji Utsumi as Don Dracula 

Saeko Shimazu as Chocolat 

Junpei Takiguchi as Professor Lip Van Helsing 
Kaneta Kimotsuki as Bat Yasubei 
Masaru Ikeda as Police Inspector Murai 
Takao Ohyama as Igor 
Tomie Katayama as Blonda 
Japanese companies
Broadcaster: TV Tokyo 
Production: Tezuka Productions 
English staff
English companies
(none)
Internet Streaming: Viki 
English cast
(none)
Spanish cast
Spanish staff
(none)
Antonio Gomez de Vicente as Don Dracula(Spain dub) 

Esperanza Navarro as Blonda(Spain dub) 
Joaquín Gómez as Professor Van Helsing(Spain dub) 
Jordi Boixaderas as Inspector Murai(Spain dub) 
Miguel Angel Valdivieso as High School Director(Spain dub) 
Vicky Martínez as Yasu(Spain dub) 
Spanish companies
Distributor: Divisa home video (Spain; DVD) 
Italian staff
Italian cast
(none)
Bruno Cattaneo as Dracula 

Alessio Cigliano as Professor Elsing 

Alessio Cigliano as Ayazu 
Bruno Cattaneo as Izuru 
Francesca Rossiello as Ciocolla 
Italian companies
Broadcaster: Man-Ga (from 20 December 2010) 
Portuguese staff
Portuguese cast
(none)
Antonio Patino as Inspetor 
Ayrton Cardoso as Von Helsing 
Henrique Ogalla as Kômori Yasubee 
Isaac Schneider as Igor(Brazil) 
Miriam Fischer as Sangria 
Neyda Rodrigues as Blonda 
Paulo Pinheiro as Don Drácula 
Portuguese companies
Broadcaster:
CNT/Gazeta 
Rede Manchete 
Dubbing Studio: Telecine (Brazil) 
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