Smart-san (TV)

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Alternative title:
Haikara-san ga Tooru (Japanese) 
Haikara-san Passes 
Here Comes Ms. Modern 
Mademoiselle Anne (Italian) 
Marc et Marie (French) 
Una ragazza alla moda (Italian) 
Хайкара-сан (Russian) 
بـيـنـو (Arabic) 
はいからさんが通る (Japanese) 
하이카라 씨가 간다 (Korean) 
Genres: comedy , drama , romance 
Plot Summary: Benio Hanamura lost her mother when she was very young and has been raised by her father, a high-ranking official in the Japanese army. As a result, she has grown into a tomboy -- contrary to traditional Japanese notions of femininity, she studies kendo, drinks sake, dresses in often outlandish-looking Western fashions instead of the traditional kimono, and isn't as interested in housework as she is in literature. She also rejects the idea of arranged marriages and believes in a woman's right to a career and to marry for love. Benio's best friends are the beautiful Tamaki, who is much more feminine than Benio but equally interested in women's rights, and Ranmaru, a young man who was raised to play female roles in the kabuki theater and as a result has acquired very effeminate mannerisms. (from manga)
Number of episodes: 42 
Episode titles: We have 42
1978-06-03 to 1979-03-31 
1986 (Italy) 
Opening Theme:
#1: "Haikara-san ga tooru" by Shosuke Sekita 
Ending Theme:
#1: "Kokigen ikaga" by Shosuke Sekita 
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Kazuyoshi Yokota 
Script: Nizou Takahashi 
Episode Director: Kazuyoshi Yokota 
Original creator: Waki Yamato 
Character Design: Tsutomu Shibayama 
Director of Photography: Jun Hagiwara 
Producer: Koichi Takahashi 

Assistant Episode Director: Yukio Okazaki 
Background Art:
Kazu Setouchi 
Takafumi Kase 
Finish Check: Toshio Suzuki 
Planning: Shoji Sato 
Production Advancement: Miho Kuriyama 
Production Desk: Susumu Ohara 
Recording Director: Sadayoshi Fujino 
Theme Song Arrangement: Masuhiro Yamaguchi 
Theme Song Composition: Shosuke Sekita 
Theme Song Performance: Shosuke Sekita 
Katsuji Mori as Shinobu Ijuin 
Keiko Yokozawa as Benio Hanamura 

Atsuko Mine as Countess 
Eiko Masuyama as Kichiji 
Eken Mine as Ookouchi 
Hiroshi Masuoka as Ushigoro 
Ichirô Nagai as
Lieutenant Hanamura 
Kaneta Kimotsuki as Innen 
Kazuko Sugiyama as Harue Ranmaru 
Kôhei Miyauchi as Count 
Makio Inoue as
Fuyusei Aoe 
Mami Koyama as Larisa 
Reiko Suzuki as Baaya 
Reiko Yamada as Jotsuki 
Rihoko Yoshida as Tamaki 
Yoshito Yasuhara as Shingo Onishima 
Japanese companies
Background Art: Mukuo Studio 
Paint: Studio Robin 
Nippon Animation 
TV Asahi 
Production Cooperation: Trance Arts 
Sound Effects: Ishida Sound 
Video Editing: Tokyo Video Laboratory 
French cast
French staff
Dubbing Director: Bernard Tiphaine 

Theme Song Performance: Bernard Minet 
Régis Lang as Marc 1er Juin 
Virginie Méry as Marie Hanamura 

Bernard Tiphaine as Charlie 
Eric Aubrahn as Frédéric 
Françoise Fleury as Comtesse 1er Juin 
Régis Lang as Comte 1er Juin 
Sophie Gormezzano as Juliette (2ème voix) 
Virginie Ogouz as Juliette (1ère voix) 

Bernard Tiphaine as
Père de Marie 
Catherine Privat as Laliza (2ème voix) 
Emmanuel Curtil as Dominique / Loup noir (2ème voix) 
Eric Aubrahn as
Colonel Innen 
Dominique / Loup noir (1ère voix) 
Françoise Fleury as
Jean-François Kopf as Frédéric (voix de remplacement) 
Régis Lang as Frédéric (eps 1-5) 
Sophie Gormezzano as
Jocelyne (1ère voix) 
Marie (voix de remplacement) 
Stéphane Godin as Marc (voix de remplacement) 
Stéphanie Murat as
Jocelyne (3ème voix) 
Laliza (1ère voix) 
Virginie Ogouz as Jocelyne (2ème voix) 

Magali Barney (eps 1-5) 
French companies
Broadcaster: Mangas 
Dubbing: SOFI 
Italian staff
Italian cast
Dubbing Director:
Bruno Cattaneo 
Giovanni Brusatori 

Theme Song Performance: Mele Verdi 
Francesca Rossiello as Anne Hanamura 

Alessio Cigliano as
Gen. Innen 
Shinobu Yuin 
Antonella Baldini as
Lalisa (Larissa) 
Ranmaru Fujie 
Antonella Rendina as
Bruno Cattaneo as Ushigoro 
Graziella Polesinanti as Nonna di Shinobu 
Oreste Baldini as
Redattore-capo Aoe 
Sergio Antonica as Voce Narrante 
Italian companies
Arabic staff
Arabic cast
Omar Alshma as Shinobu Ijuin 

Khalid Alsaid as Ushigo 
Waheed Jalal as Narrator 

Arabic companies
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