Hetalia The Beautiful World (TV)

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[ sequel of Hetalia World Series (TV) ]

Alternative title:
ヘタリア The Beautiful World (Japanese) 
Genres: comedy 
Themes: bishounen , historical , moe , parody 
Plot Summary: Italy, once home of the strongest empire in the world, has changed. This is the story of Italy, now a cowardly pasta-loving fool, and his friends (other personified countries of the world) as they live through strange moments in world history. (This is a continuation of the first series "Hetalia: Axis Powers" and "Hetalia World Series". However, its design will be somewhat different, the theme being Kira☆Kira (キラ☆キラ, literally "Sparkle☆Sparkle") because it's supposed to look prettier than either "Axis Powers" or "World Series". More new characters will be introduced to the series. 
User Ratings: 62 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 7 votes (sub:7)
 Excellent: 12 votes (sub:8, dub:4)
 Very good: 15 votes (sub:12, dub:3)
 Good: 18 votes (sub:15, dub:3)
 Decent: 5 votes (sub:5)
 So-so: 3 votes (sub:3)
 Not really good: 1 vote (sub:1)
 Weak: -
 Bad: 1 vote (sub:1)
 Awful: -
 Worst ever: -
Seen in part or in whole by 168 users, rank: #2887 (of 6020)
Median rating: Very good
Arithmetic mean: 7.661 (Very good−), std. dev.: 1.5548, rank: #942 (of 6014)
Weighted mean: 7.470 (Good+), rank: #1117 (of 6014) (seen all: 7.46 / seen some: 7.59)
Bayesian estimate: 7.481 (Good+), rank: #896 (of 4525)
Running time: 5 minutes 
Episode titles: We have 20
Vintage: 2013-01-25 
Opening Theme:
"Mawaru Chikyū Rondo (まわる地球ロンド)" by Daisuke Namikawa 
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DVD (Region 1)
    Hetalia: The Beautiful World - Season 05 (DVD) 2014-07-22 (from $19.62)
    Hetalia: The Beautiful World - Season 05 [Limited Edition] (DVD) 2014-07-22 (from $23.52)

Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director:
Chiaki Kon (eps 1-4) 
Hiroaki Akagi (ep 11) 
Hiroshi Watanabe  (overall; eps 5, 15) 
Mitsutoshi Satō (eps 14, 16-18) 
Naoki Murata (ep 19) 
Shunji Yoshida (eps 12-13, 20) 
Taro Kubo (eps 8-10) 
Tomo Kosaka (eps 6-7) 
Series Composition: Kazuyuki Fudeyasu 
Screenplay:
Kazuyuki Fudeyasu (9 episodes
eps 1-5, 11-13, 19
)
 
Yuki Enatsu (11 episodes
eps 6-10, 14-18, 20
)
 
Storyboard:
Chiaki Kon (eps 1-4, 11-13) 
Hiroshi Watanabe (eps 5, 15) 
Mitsutoshi Satō (eps 14, 16) 
Rei Otaki (eps 8-10, 19-20) 
Shinichi Omata (eps 17-18) 
Tomo Kosaka (eps 6-7) 
Original creator: Hidekaz Himaruya 
Character Design: Mariko Oka 

Key Animation:
Aika Kawasaki (ep 15) 
Atsushi Aono (ep 16) 
Ayano Ōwada (ep 5) 
Chiaki Furuzumi (eps 9, 18) 
Daisuke Takemoto (ep 17) 
Hiromi Maezawa (eps 4, 11-12) 
Hisashi Nakamoto (ep 20) 
Kyoko Kametani (ep 4) 
Mariko Emori (ep 3 and 14) 
Masaaki Sakurai (ep 13) 
Noriko Teshima (eps 8-9) 
Tomomi Ishikawa (ep 10) 
Yoshiko Nakajima (eps 6-7) 
Yumi Nakayama (eps 1-2)  (ep 19) 
Daisuke Namikawa as
Italy 
Mochi Italy(ep 1) 
Mochi Romano(ep 6) 
South Italy (Romano) 
Hiroki Takahashi as
Japan 
Mochi Japan(ep 2) 
Hiroki Yasumoto as
Germany 
Mochi Germany(ep 1) 

Katsuyuki Konishi as
America 
Canada 
Mochi America(ep 3) 
Masaya Onosaka as
France 
Mr. Puffin 
Noriaki Sugiyama as England 
Yasuhiro Takato as
Mochi Russia(ep 4) 
Russia 
Yuki Kaida as
China 
Narrator 
Taiwan(ep 11) 

Ai Iwamura as
America(child; ep 12) 
Kumajirou 
Ai Orikasa as
Sealand 
Tony 
Aki Kanada as
Chibiromano 
Chibitalia 
Pochi(ep 12) 
Akira Sasanuma as Austria 
Arisa Nishiguchi as
Greece(child; ep 10) 
Netherlands(child; ep 9) 
Atsushi Kousaka as
Estonia 
Greece 
Mochi Estonia(ep 8) 
Mochi Greece(ep 10) 
Prussia 
Ayumu Asakura as Iceland 
Eriko Nakamura as
Belgium 
Egypt(child; ep 10) 
Mochi Belgium(ep 9) 
Go Inoue as
Mochi Spain(ep 6) 
Spain 
Hekiru Shiina as
Jeanne d'Arc/Joan of Arc(ep 15) 
Lisa(ep 15) 
Hiroshi Okamoto as Seborga(ep 19) 
Hiroshi Shimozaki as Denmark 
Keiichiro Asai as Australia(ep 3) 
Keikou Sakai as Sweden 
Ken Takeuchi as
Lithuania 
Turkish person(ep 10) 
Kokoro Tanaka as
Latvia 
Poland 
Turkish person(ep 10) 
Masahisa Sogabe as India(ep 18) 
Masami Iwasaki as Norway 
Megumi Takamoto as Seychelles 
Michiko Neya as Hungary 
Mikako Komatsu as Wy(ep 19) 
Mitsuhiro Ichiki as Picardy(ep 11) 
Motoki Takagi as Hong Kong 
Nobuya Mine as
German Soldier(ep 6) 
Mochi Netherlands(ep 9) 
Netherlands 
Rie Kugimiya as Liechtenstein 
Rina Satou as Protagonist's Wife(ep 5) 
Romi Park as Switzerland 
Sōma Maeda as New Zealand(ep 18) 
Takahiro Fujimoto as
Apothecary(ep 6) 
Turkey 
Takahiro Mizushima as Finland 
Takashi Kondo as Protagonist(ep 5) 
Takuya Kodama as Romania(ep 2) 
Toshiki Kurosawa as Cyprus(ep 10) 
Yuki Masuda as Ukraine 
Japanese companies
Animation Production: Studio DEEN 
English staff
English cast
ADR Director: Christopher Bevins 
Translation: Masako Ollivier 
Executive producer: Gen Fukunaga 
ADR Engineer:
Kenneth Thompson (Nyotalia) 
Stephen Hoff 
ADR Supervisor: Gino Palencia 
Assistant producer: Zach Bolton 
Commentary:
Christopher Bevins (eps 7, 12-16) 
Clarine Harp (ep 17) 
Eric Vale (eps 7, 12-17) 
J. Michael Tatum (eps 11, 18) 
Jamie Marchi (eps 3, 7, 12-16) 
Jerry Jewell (ep 18) 
Kent Williams (ep 10) 
Patrick Seitz (eps 3, 17) 
Scott Freeman (eps 11, 18) 
Todd Haberkorn (ep 10) 
Tyson Rinehart (eps 3, 12-16) 
Vic Mignogna (eps 10-11) 
DVD Compression:
Duncan Yan 
Jacob Martin 
DVD Editing: Jeremy Jimenez 
DVD Menu Audio: Gino Palencia 
DVD Menu Design: Diana Zaky 
DVD Producer: Clarine Harp 
Historical Notes:
Ada Palmer 
Lauren Schiller 
Language Asset Coordinator: Sarah Alys Lindholm 
Language Asset Manager: Susie Nixon 
Mix Engineer: Nathanael Harrison 
Production Supervision: Susie Nixon 
Senior Video Editor:
Daniel Mancilla 
Jeremy Jimenez 
Talent Coordination: Tara Williams 
Video Engineer:
Jacob Martin 
Jason Weems 
Video Post-Production Director: Clarine Harp 
Video Post-Production Manager: Matthew O'Hara 
Christopher Bevins as Japan 
Clarine Harp as China 
Ian Sinclair as Romano 
Patrick Seitz as Germany 
Todd Haberkorn as Italy 

Clint Bickham as Finland 
Eric Vale as
America 
Canada 
J. Michael Tatum as France 
Scott Freeman as England 

Aaron Dismuke as Cyprus 
Alex Organ as Norway 
Alexis Tipton as
Fem! Japan(Nyotalia) 
Kumajiro 
Amanda Doskocil as Belgium 
Anastasia Munoz as
Fem! Prussia(Nyotalia) 
Wife 
Anthony Bowling as New Zealand 
Austin Tindle as Seborga 
Bill Flynn as Grandfather 
Brina Palencia as
Chibitalia 
Fem! Italy(Nyotalia) 
Caitlin Glass as Seychelles 
Chad Cline as Romania 
Cherami Leigh as Liechtenstein 
Chuck Huber as Austria 
Clarine Harp as
Fem! China(Nyotalia) 
Taiwan 
Colleen Clinkenbeard as Chibiromano(ep 6) 
Dana Schultes as
Joan of Arc(ep 15) 
Lisa 
David Trosko as Spain 
Greg Ayres as Denmark 
Greg Silva as Hong Kong 
Jason Douglas as Boss 
Jason Liebrecht as Iceland 
Jean-Luc Hester as Main Character 
Joel McDonald as Poland 
John Burgmeier as Switzerland 
Jonathan Brooks as Prussia 
Josh Grelle as Lithuania 
Josh Martin as Picardy 
Kara Edwards as Fem! Russia(Nyotalia) 
Kent Williams as Turkey 
Lara Woodhull as Tony 
Lindsay Seidel as Wy 
Luci Christian as
Fem! America(Nyotalia) 
Fem! Canada(Nyotalia) 
Hungary 
Lydia Mackay as Ukraine 
Mark Stoddard as God(Nyotalia) 
Maxey Whitehead as Sealand 
Michael Sinterniklaas as Netherlands 
Mike McFarland as Estonia 
Monica Rial as Fem! Britain(Nyotalia) 
Robert McCollum as Sweden 
Ryan Reynolds as
Fem! Latvia(Nyotalia) 
Latvia 
Stephanie Young as Fem! France(Nyotalia) 
T.K. Masala as India 
Terri Doty as Fem! Germany(Nyotalia) 
Tyson Rinehart as Australia 
Vic Mignogna as Greece 

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