Gakkyu-oh Yamazaki (TV)

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Alternative title:
King of Classroom, Yamazaki 
Yamazaki, El Rey de la Clase (Spanish) 
学級王ヤマザキ (Japanese) 
Genres: comedy 
Objectionable content: None 
Plot Summary: Yamazaki comes to Earth from an other planet, hoping to conquer our planet. But he soon realizes, that in order to conquer the world, he has to conquer a his own classroom first. That's why he comes up with lots of different ideas to get everybody to follow him. Also, he spends most of his time making Tatsuya (the class rep.) miserable. Having his loyal and strange dog Watanabe always by his side, and the help from his grandparents, Yamazaki is always doing crazy things with his class, completely forgetting his primary goal, and only thinking in becoming "The King of the Class" 
Number of episodes: 53 
Vintage:
1997-12-23 to 1998-04-09 
2001-04-01 (Chile) 
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Tsuneo Tominaga 
Music: Cher Watanabe 
Original Manga: Manavu Kashimoto (CoroCoro Magazine) 
Character Design: Juuyi Ikeda 
Art Director: Manami Matsumoto 
Animation Director: Nobuichi Suzuki 
Director of Photography: Hideo Okazaki 
Color design: Rumiko Suzuki 
Music Director: Yota Tsuruoka 
Music producer: Takashi Yoshida 
Series Producer: Kazumi Goide 
Motoko Kumai as Yamazaki 
Japanese companies
Broadcaster: TV Tokyo 
English staff
English companies
(none)
Licensed by: Televix 
Translation: New Generation Pictures 
English cast
(none)
Spanish staff
Spanish cast
Executive producer:
Hugo Rose (Televix) 
Jorge Araneda J. (Technoworks) 

Theme Song Lyrics: Mariano Pavez 
Theme Song Performance:
Claudio Carrizo (OP & ED) 
Mariano Pavez (Chorus) 
Jorge Araneda J. as Takuya 
Jorge Lillo as Yamazaki 
Tito Bustamante as Watanabe 
Viviana Navarro as Kisaki 

Loreto Araya as Memeko 
Pablo Ausensi as Cerdan 
Spanish companies
Broadcaster:
Canal Caracol (Colombia) 
Chilevision (Chile) 
ETC...TV (Chile) 
Magic Kids (Latin America) 
Distributor: Televix (Latin America) 
Dubbing: Technoworks Ltda., Santiago de Chile (Latin America) 
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