Pygmalio (TV)

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Alternative title:
Pigmaleão (Portuguese) 
Pigmalión (Spanish) 
Pygmalion (French) 
ピグマリオ (Japanese) 
七海遊龍 (Chinese (Taiwan)) 
伏魔小王子 (Chinese (Hong Kong)) 
Genres: adventure , drama , fantasy , romance 
Objectionable content: Significant 
Plot Summary: In time of Heroes and Gods, Kurt, a young prince blessed with inhuman strength, sets out on a journey to restore his mother who was turned into a statue by the monster Medusa. Armed with a magic sword and guided by a golden eagle he travels to the Land of the Dead where Medusa resides in order to find a cure and to defeat Medusa. 
Running time: 25 minutes per episode 
Number of episodes: 39 
Episode titles: We have 39
1990-11-05 to 1991-09-16 
1994 (France) 
Opening Theme:
"Dream Chaser" by Satoko Yamano 
Ending Theme:
"Tenderness Dakishimete" by Satoko Yamano 
Official website:
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Music: Goro Awami 
Original creator: Shinji Wada 
Character Design:
Michiyo Sakurai 
Susumu Shiraume 
Art Director: Kayo Yamadera 
Animation Director:
Ikuo Shimazu 
Naoto Hashimoto 
Key Animation:
Kou Yoshinari 
Yumenosuke Tokuda 
Theme Song Arrangement: Tomoki Hasegawa (OP/ED) 
Theme Song Composition: Shuji Otsuka (OP/ED) 
Theme Song Lyrics: Arisu Satô (OP/ED) 
Theme Song Performance: Satoko Yamano (OP/ED) 
Ai Orikasa as Kurt 
Banjou Ginga as Agnard 
Hisako Kyouda as Old Woman 
Ikuya Sawaki as Darles 
Juurouta Kosugi as Asnas 
Kazue Komiya as Medusa 
Mari Yokoo as Narration 
Masahiro Anzai as Bakkos 
Masaru Ikeda as Pere 
Miyuki Ichijou as Sarome 
Motomu Kiyokawa as Baldike 
Mugihito as King Stephan 
Reiko Mutoh as Galadia 
Reiko Yamada as Yuriana 
Rica Matsumoto as Leon 
Rin Mizuhara as Mars Leader 
Satoko Yamano as Orie 
Sumi Shimamoto as Orie 
Takehito Koyasu as Marius 
Youko Matsuoka as Silvanna 
Yuko Sasaki as Illuse 

Tomoko Maruo (ep 1) 
Japanese companies
Broadcaster: TV Tokyo 
Production: Nippon Animation 
French staff
French cast
Theme Song Performance: Bernard Minet 
Adrien Antoine as Caral 
Albert Augier as Prêtre de Zadoz 
Claude Chantal as Éole l’exilée 
Déborah Perret as Déesse Youriana (1ère apparition) 
Denis Laustriat as
Ozma (1ère apparition) 
Emmanuel Curtil as Aznus (1ère apparition) 
Emmanuelle Pailly as
Les deux Orié (2nd voice) 
Orié la princesse de cristal 
Francette Vernillat as Palpao 
Georges Atlas as
Dieu du feu Pelé 
Dieu Elzo 
Roi Stéphan 
Julie Turin as
Les deux Orié (1st voice) 
Orié la déesse 
Lucie Dolene as
Déesse Youriana 
Mère d'Orié (Eva) 
Maurice Sarfati as
Dieu Aganade 
Natasha Geritssen as
Elsa (1ère apparition) 
Prince Delgor 
Patrick Laval as
Père de Léo 
Patrick Poivey as

French companies
AB 1 (from 2004) 
Mangas (from 2001-2005) 
TMC (1994) 
Dubbing Studio: SOFI 
Spanish staff
Spanish cast
Nonia De La Gala as Coult (Spain dub) 

Alejo De La Fuente as Neias (Spain dub) 
Ana Fernández as León (Spain dub) 
Antonia Llavero as Yuriana (Spain dub; ep 4) 
Antonia Martínez as Medusa (Spain dub) 
Antonio Villar as Malius (Spain dub) 
Emilia Dominguez as Julianna (Spain dub) 
Jorge García Tomé as Rey Stephan (Spain dub) 
Lola Alvarez as Espiritu Orie (Spain dub) 
Manuel Fernández as Asnus (Spain dub) 
María Sarmiento as Princesa Orie (Spain dub) 
Spanish companies
Broadcaster: Canal Panda (Spain) 
Dubbing: SURCO (Sevilla ; Spain dub) 
Tagalog staff
Tagalog cast
Tagalog companies
Broadcaster: ABC 5 
Portuguese staff
Portuguese companies
Broadcaster: Canal Panda (Portugal) 
Portuguese cast

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