Honoo no Alpen Rose: Judy & Randy (TV)

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Alternative title:
Alpen Rose 
Flower of the Mountain زهرة الجبل (Arabic) 
Julie et Stephane (French) 
Rosa Alpina (Italian) 
炎のアルペンローゼ・ジュディ&ランディ (Japanese) 
Genres: drama , romance 
Themes: historical 
Plot Summary: While Randy was walking through the Swiss countryside he finds a small girl, who seemed to be the only survived person from an airplane crash. The little girl didn’t remember anything, and Randy decided to take care of her and he called her Judy. The both go their childhood together. A few years later, Judy, now 16 years old, wants to find her past. With the help of Randy, she leaves to research her origins. Her single clue is a song that she keeps hearing in her head, the song is called Alpine Rose. At a time of world war, these two young people will have to overcome many obstacles to arrive at their goal in this time of war, with having only each other to comfort and support. the depth of their love. 
Running time: half hour per episode 
Number of episodes: 20 
Episode titles: We have 20
Vintage: 1985-04-08 to 1986-04-03 
Opening Theme:
"Yume no Tsubasa Alpen Rose" by Konii 
Ending Theme:
"Yancha na Angel" by Konii 
Links: We have 5
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Episode Director: Koji Sawai 
Music: Joe Hisaishi 
Original Manga: Michiyo Akaishi 
Character Design: Akemi Takada 
Art Director: Kikuko Tada 
Producer: Kenji Yoshida 

Hidetoshi Oomori (OP) 
Naoyuki Onda (OP) 
Tomonori Kogawa (OP) 
Background Art: Kikuko Tada 
Theme Song Arrangement: Joe Hisaishi (ED) 
Theme Song Composition:
Hiro Nagasawa (ED) 
Joe Hisaishi (OP) 
Keiichi Nanba as Randy 
Yoshino Takamori as Judy 

Kazuhiko Inoue as Leon Aschenbach 
Masako Katsuki as Printemps 
Rihoko Yoshida as Countess Francoise of Germont 
Sho Hayami as Jean Jacques aka Tarantula 
Tooru Oohira as General Henri Guisan 

Keiko Yokozawa as Clara 
Kenyuu Horiuchi as Narration 
Miki Takahashi as Marie Mueller 
Noriko Hidaka as Martha (*) 
Run Sasaki as Liesl 
Saeko Shimazu as Mathilda 
Shigeru Nakahara as Johann 
Shuuichi Ikeda as Count Gulmon 
Yoku Shioya as Hans 

Japanese companies
French staff
French cast
Theme Song Performance: Estelle Baron 
Anne Jarry as Katarina 
Dorothée Jemma as
Comtesse de Gourmont (1ère voix) 
la comtesse de Gourmont - Marie 
Gilles Laurent as Stéphane Corto 
Jean-Pierre Delage as
Commandant Sheïer 
Général Guisant 
Père de Julie 
Laurence Crouzet as Julie Brendel 
Magali Barney as
Comtesse de Gourmont (2ème voix) 
Marc Lebel as Père de Mathilda 
Maurice Sarfati as
Jean-Jacques , frère de Stéphane 
Jean-Jacques - Ponpon le perroquet 
Ponpon le Perroquet 
Monique Thierry as Hélène Dunan 
Nicolas Brémont as Hanz 
Régis Reuilhac as Comte de Gourmont 
Renée Régnard as Grand Mère de Julie 
Roger Crouzet as
Jacques Dunan 
Ponpon (voix de remplacement) 
Vincent Ropion as Léonard Ashenbach 

French companies
Antenne 2 France (from 7 September 1988) 
Italian staff
Italian cast
Dubbing Director:
Augusto Di Bono 
Dania Cericola (new dub) 
Federico Danti 

Fiamma Molinari (new dub) 
Silvia Rebez (new dub) 
Mixing: Massimo Parretti (new dub) 
Sound Engineer: Camillo Pellegrino (new dub) 
Claudio Colombo as Randy 
Debora Magnaghi as Jeudi (new dub) 
Massimo Di Benedetto as Lundi (new dub) 

Alessandra Karpoff as
Angela Cicorella as Nonna Dunan 
Annamaria Mantovani as Nonna (new dub) 
Antonio Paiola as
Capotreno (new dub) 
Gen. Ginzar 
Cinzia Massironi as Reezle (new dub) 
Claudio Ridolfo as Jean (new dub) 
Dania Cericola as
Marie Muller 
Daniela Fava as Clara (new dub) 
Dario Oppido as Duboir (new dub) 
Davide Garbolino as Hans 2 (new dub) 
Debora Magnaghi as Clara 
Diego Sabre as
Soldato Delle S.S. 
Valletto #5 (new dub) 
Donatella Fanfani as Jeudi 
Donato Sbodio as Maggiordomo dei Dunan 
Elda Olivieri as Helene (new dub) 
Emanuela Pacotto as Matilda (new dub) 
Federico Danti as
Friedrich (new dub) 
Scagnozzi di Tavernier 
Gabriele Calindri as Heinrich (new dub) 
Gianfranco Gamba as Conte Tavernier 
Gianluca Iacono as Hans (new dub) 
Giorgio Bonino as
Leonard Ashenbach 
Robert (new dub) 
Giovanni Battezzato as Scagnozzi Di Tavernier 
Giuliano Bonetto as Conte Di Gaulmont 
Ivo De Palma as John 
Lia Barbieri as Plantan 
Lorella De Luca as Martha (new dub) 
Lorenzo Scattorin as Gourmont (new dub) 
Luca Bottale as Valletto #6 (new dub) 
Luca Semeraro as Johann (new dub) 
Marcella Silvestri as Marie (new dub) 
Marco Balbi as Bormann (new dub) 
Marco Balzarotti as Voce Narrante (new dub) 
Marinella Armagni as Caterina 
Mario Scarabelli as
Schreier (new dub) 
Ufficiale Bulman 
Maurizio Scattorin as Nonno (new dub) 
Natale Ciravolo as Tronchant (new dub) 
Orlando Mezzabotta as Dottore 
Paolo De Santis as Plantan (new dub) 
Paolo Torrisi as Randy da bambino 
Pasquale Ruiu as Robert 
Patrizia Salmoiraghi as
Contessa Françoise Tavernier (new dub) 
Patrizio Prata as Leon (new dub) 
Pietro Ubaldi as
Frederik Brendel 
Michel Tronehan 
Riccardo Mantani as
Dott. Muller 
Nonno Dunan 
Riccardo Rovatti as
Du Bois 
Gizan (new dub) 
Sergio Romano' as Randy 
Stefano Albertini as Lavin (new dub) 
Tullia Piredda as Contessa Francoise Tavernier 
Valeria Falcinelli as Elene Dunan 

Italian companies
La 7 Cartapiu (from October 2007) 
Rete 4 (from 1985) 
Super 3 
Distributor: Yamato Video 
MERAK FILM - Milano 
Raflesia srl (new dub) 
Arabic staff
Arabic cast
Eman Hail as Juman (Judy) 
Arabic companies

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