Gankutsuou: The Count of Monte Cristo (TV)

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Alternative title:
Cavern King 
El Conde de Monte Cristo (Spanish) 
Il Conte di Montecristo (Italian) 
Le Comte de Monte-Cristo (French) 
Montecristo (Spanish) 
O Conde de Monte Cristo (Portuguese) 
The Count of Monte Cristo 
Zemsta hrabiego Monte Cristo; Gankutsuou: hrabia Monte Christo (Polish) 
巌窟王 (Japanese) 
몬테 크리스토 (Korean) 
암굴왕 (Korean) 
Themes: deception , futuristic , revenge 
Objectionable content: Intense 
Copyright notice: ©2004 Mahiro Maeda • GONZO / MEDIA FACTORY • GDH. 
Plot Summary: Trying to escape his uneventful life, Albert, the son of a renowned general from Paris, makes a journey with his friend Franz. During his travels, he meets an immensely wealthy nobleman named The Count of Monte Cristo. Living in luxurious hotels, surrounded by beautiful women and strong bodyguards, the charming but enigmatic count fascinates Albert. Albert invites the count to join the high society of Paris. However, unknown to Albert, his father had once framed the count and took the Count's fiancee as his own. 
User Ratings: 2720 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 973 votes (sub:729, dub:212, ?:5, raw:2, others:25
11 Spanish subtitled
4 Spanish dubbed
4 Portuguese subtitled
3 French subtitled
1 Portuguese dubbed
1 French dubbed
1 Russian subtitled
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 Excellent: 768 votes (sub:566, dub:169, raw:4, ?:4, edit.dub:1, others:24
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4 French subtitled
3 Portuguese subtitled
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1 Russian subtitled
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 Very good: 475 votes (sub:328, dub:127, raw:4, ?:2, edit.dub:1, others:13
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2 French subtitled
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1 Spanish dubbed
1 Chinese Mandarin subtitled
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1 Arabic subtitled
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 Good: 221 votes (sub:167, dub:48, ?:2, raw:1, others:3
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 Decent: 93 votes (sub:71, dub:18, raw:2, ?:1, others:1
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 So-so: 71 votes (sub:47, dub:19, edit.dub:1, others:4
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 Not really good: 21 votes (sub:12, dub:6, raw:1, others:2
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 Weak: 32 votes (sub:22, dub:8, ?:2)
 Bad: 16 votes (sub:7, dub:5, raw:1, others:3
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 Awful: 19 votes (sub:13, dub:3, edit.dub:2, raw:1)
 Worst ever: 31 votes (sub:27, dub:4)
Seen in part or in whole by 4489 users, rank: #169 (of 6072)
Median rating: Excellent
Arithmetic mean: 8.505 (Excellent−), std. dev.: 1.9007, rank: #145 (of 6066)
Weighted mean: 8.515 (Excellent−), rank: #125 (of 6066) (seen all: 8.74 / seen some: 7.35 / won't finish: 4.01)
Bayesian estimate: 8.511 (Excellent−), rank: #61 (of 4620)
Running time: 24 minutes per episode 
Number of episodes: 24 
Episode titles: We have 24
Vintage:
2004-10-05 to 2005-03-29 
2006-07-19 to 2006-09-08 (Singapore, Arts Central Broadcast) 
2007-01-30 to 2007-07-10 (USA, ImaginAsian TV - Anime EnerG) 
2007-05-01 (Animax Latin America) 
2008-11-03 to 2009-05-04 (Malaysia, Animax Mobile) 
Opening Theme:
"We Were Lovers" by Jean-Jacques Burnel (eps 1-22,24) 
Ending Theme:
#1: "You Won't see me coming" by Jean-Jacques Burnel (eps 1-23) 
#2: "We Were Lovers" by Jean-Jacques Burnel (ep 24) 
Links: We have 2
Trivia: We have 8
Comment:
Based on the novel 'The Count of Monte Cristo' by Alexandre Dumas 
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DVD (Region 1)
    Gankutsuou: The Count of Monte Cristo - DVD Box Set (DVD) 2007-10-16
    Gankutsuou: The Count of Monte Cristo - The Complete Series (DVD) 2009-04-28 (from $16.78)
    Gankutsuou: The Count of Monte Cristo (DVD 1) 2005-10-25
    Gankutsuou: The Count of Monte Cristo - w/ Artbox (DVD 1) 2005-10-25
    Gankutsuou: The Count of Monte Cristo (DVD 2) 2006-01-10 (from $8.74)
    Gankutsuou: The Count of Monte Cristo (DVD 3) 2006-03-14 (from $7.08)
    Gankutsuou: The Count of Monte Cristo (DVD 4) 2006-05-09 (from $23.98)
    Gankutsuou: The Count of Monte Cristo (DVD 5) 2006-07-11 (from $28.79)
    Gankutsuou: The Count of Monte Cristo (DVD 6) 2006-09-12 (from $2.39)
Universal Media Disc
    Gankutsuou - The Count of Monte Christo (UMD 1) 2005-10-25 (from $3.00)

Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Mahiro Maeda 
Storyboard:
Atsushi Wakabayashi (eps 8-9) 
Hidenori Matsubara (OP) 
Katsuichi Nakayama (ep 21) 
Mahiro Maeda (8 episodes
eps 1-2, 12-13, 17-18, 23-24
)
 
Michio Fukuda (ep 4)  (4 episodes
eps 6, 11, 16, 22
)
 
Toshiyuki Kato (eps 5, 14, 19) 
Toshiyuki Kubooka (4 episodes
eps 3, 10, 15, 20
)
 
Episode Director:
Hirokazu Yamada (4 episodes
eps 5, 11, 17, 22
)
 
Katsuichi Nakayama (eps 2, 12, 21) 
Mahiro Maeda (ep 24) 
Mitsuhiro Karato (ep 4)  (eps 10, 19) 
Takaaki Wada (eps 6, 13, 23) 
Toshiyuki Kato (ep 19) 
Yoshimasa Hiraike (ep 3) 
Yukio Okazaki (eps 8, 16) 
Yuu Kou (ep 1) 
Unit Director:
Hidenori Matsubara (OP) 
Yasufumi Soejima (ED) 
Original Work: Alexandre Dumas 
Original Character Design: Mahiro Maeda 
Character Design: Hidenori Matsubara 
Art Director:
Hiroshi Sasaki 
Yusuke Takeda 
Animation Director:
Hidenori Matsubara (OP; eps 1, 17) 
Takaaki Wada (eps 6, 13, 23) 
Takashi Kumazen (eps 7, 20) 
Translation: Ilan Nguyen 
Sound Director: Yota Tsuruoka 
Director of Photography: Takeo Ogiwara 

2D CGI: Yousuke Nanjou 
2nd Key Animation: Shin Tosaka (Studio B2; ep 20) 
Animation Supervisor: Hidenori Matsubara (eps 3-4) 
Assistant Animation Director: Hidenori Matsubara (ep 20) 
Assistant Layout Animation Director: Hidenori Matsubara (ep 22) 
Assistant producer:
Hanako Nagira 
Keigo Tanabe 
Assistant Production Manager:
Kim Bo Yeon 
Lee Chang Kim 
Takako Fujikawa 
Assistant Sound Engineer: Soushi Shiihara 
Background Art: Masanori Kikuchi 
Character Design Supervision: Mahiro Maeda 
Color design: Eriko Murata 
Companion Design: Makoto Kobayashi 
Design: Hidenori Hatsuhara 
Digital Color:
Jeong A Lim (eps 8-9, 12, 23) 
Mi Yeun Lee (5, 18) 
Sung Hee Seo (6 episodes
eps 8, 12-13, 17, 19, 23
)
 
Digital Director: Yasufumi Soejima 
Digital Production Manager: Motoko Fujikuro 
Editing: Kengo Shigemura 
Effects Animator: Masaya Suzuki 
In-Between Animation: Akira Amemiya (ep 23) 
Key Animation:
Asami Watanabe (Bee Train) 
Haruka Tanaka 
Hidenori Matsubara (OP, ED; 13 episodes
eps 5, 8-11, 14-17, 21-24
)
 
Hiroki Harada (eps 6, 13, 23) 
Kumiko Katou (Bee Train) 
Mahiro Maeda (OP, ED; 9 episodes
eps 1, 9-11, 15-16, 22-24
)
 
Misao Abe 
Mutsumi Sasaki (Bee Train) 
Noriko Goto 
Shunji Suzuki 
Takashi Kumazen (eps 1, 24) 
Takashi Mukouda (ep 15) 
Takeshi Honda (OP) 
Toshiyuki Inoue (eps 2, 12) 
Layout Supervision: Hidenori Matsubara (ep 24) 
Music producer: Junji Fujita 
Production Design Coordinator: Tetsuo Ichimura 
Production manager: Koji Kajita 
Publicity: Nina Kato (TV ASAHI) 
Series Scenario: Shuuichi Kouyama 
Sound Design: Hiroshi Kasamatsu 
Sound Effects: Yoshiki Matsunaga 
Sound Manager: Yoshimi Sugiyama 
Special 3DCGI Animator: Akira Suzuki 
Special Effects: Shin Inoie 
Textile Converter: Sayuri Okada 
Textile Design: Yasufumi Soejima 
Textile Design Manager: Yuichi Furuichi 
Theme Song Performance: Jean-Jacques Burnel 
Jouji Nakata as The Count of Monte Cristo/Edmond Dantès 
Jun Fukuyama as Albert de Morcerf 

Akiko Yajima as Haydée 
Chie Nakamura as Claire-Marie-Eugénie de Danglars 
Daisuke Hirakawa as Franz d'Epinay 
Juurouta Kosugi as Fernand de Morcerf 
Kikuko Inoue as Mercédès de Morcerf 
Mai Nakahara as Peppo 

Aya Endo as Albert de Morcerf(young) 
Eri Oono as Franz's Mother 
Haruka Kimura as Crowd(ep 1) 
Hiroki Hibino as Man A(ep 15) 
Hirosumi Higuchi as Crowd(ep 1) 
Hirotake Nagata as Noirlier 
Jin Domon as Lucien Debray 
Jiro Saito as Criminal 1(ep 1) 
Junko Miura as Valentine de Villefort 
Kazunari Tanaka as Bandit Underling(ep 2) 
Keiko Konno as Maid 1(ep 4) 
Keisuke Fujii as Reporter 
Kouji Ishii as Giovanni Bertuccio 
Kousuke Kobayashi as Crowd(ep 1) 
Kumiko Watanabe as Héloïse de Villefort 
Mahiru Kondou as Crowd(ep 1) 
MIKI as Raoul de Château-Renaud 
Naoko Matsui as Victoria de Danglars 
Naoko Shirakami as Teresa 
Nobuo Tobita as
Baptistin 
Gaspard Caderousse 
Noriko Kitou as Edouard de Villefort 
Rio Natsuki as Marchioness G 
Ryou Sugisaki as Crowd 
Seiji Sasaki as Marquis X 
Shinpachi Tsuji as Baron Danglars 
Tadahisa Saizen as Criminal 2(ep 1) 
Takanori Hoshino as Executioner(ep 1) 
Tamio Sobami as Luigi Vampa 
Tarusuke Shingaki as Frontman(ep 2) 
Tetsu Inada as Maximilien Morrel 
Tetsu Shiratori as Beauchamp 
Tomoe Hanba as Franz d'Epinay(Young) 
Tomokazu Seki as Andrea Cavalcanti 
Tomoya Kawai as Aide(ep 15) 
Tomoyuki Shimura as General d'Epinay(Franz's Father) 
Toshiko Sawada as Maid 2(ep 4) 
Tsuyoshi Koyama as Peppino 
Yoshinari Torii as
Gankutsuou(22-23 eps) 
Narrator(ep 4) 
Yousuke Akimoto as Gérard de Villefort 
Yui Kobayashi as Crowd(ep 1) 
Yukari Nozawa as Vasiliki(ep 15) 
Japanese companies
2nd Key Animation:
Dr. Movie 
Fanout 
Studio B2 
Animation: Gonzo 
Broadcaster:
Animax 
Bandai Channel 
TV Asahi 
Co-Production: Media Factory 
Digital Coloring: Studio Ghibli (eps 20, 23-24) 
Digital Paint: Dr. Movie 
In-Between Animation:
A-Line 
Dr. Movie 
Production I.G 
Studio Ghibli (ep 20) 
ZEXCS 
Key Animation:
Bee Train 
Dr. Movie 
Music Production: Future Vision Music 
Music Production Support: Victor Entertainment 
Online Editing: Q-Tec 
Pattern Switcher: Celsys 
Production: Gonzo 
Recording Studio: Studio Gong 
Sound Effects Production: Rakuonsha 
English staff
English cast
Translation: David Fleming 
ADR Engineer: Kevin Patzelt 
ADR Writer: Tony Oliver 
Assistant producer: Mami Okada 
Casting Director: Kaeko Sakamoto 
Engineering Assistant: Kevin Patzelt 
Production Coordination: Megumi Kunisada 
Re-Recording Engineer:
Deb Munini 
Sean Thomas Foye 
Re-Recording Mixing: Mark Rozett 
Recording engineer: Marco Bustos 
Supervising Sound Engineer: Patrick Rodman 
Voice Direction: Tony Oliver 
Jameison Price as The Count of Monte Cristo/Gankutsuou/Edm 
Jamieson Price as The Count of Monte Cristo/Gankutsuou/Edm(as Taylor Henry) 
Kevin Hatcher as Albert 
Russell Wait as The Count of Morte Cristo(Animax) 
Taylor Henry as Le Comte de Monte Cristo 

Ethan Murray as Franz 
Francis C. Cole as Fernand 
Jennifer Sekiguchi as Haidee 
John Daniels as Bertuccio 
Karen Thompson as Michelle 
Mia Bradly as Mercedes 
Michelle Ruff as Edouard 
Richard Epcar as Narrator 
Sean Roberts as
Baptistan 
Calderousse 
William Frederick Knight as Luigi Vampa 

Abe Lasser as Vilefort 
Carrie Savage as Peppo 
Dorothy Elias-Fahn as Valentine 
Doug Erholtz as Debray 
Doug Stone as Danglars 
Henry Joseph as Noirlier 
Jack Bauer as Beauchamp 
Jane Alan as Victoria 
Jessica Gee as Maid 
John Smallberries as Peppino(eps 1-2) 
Julie Ann Taylor as Heloise 
Karen Thompson as Teresa(ep 2) 
Liam O'Brien as Cavalcant 
Melodee M. Spevack as
Librarian(ep 13) 
Vasiliki(ep 15) 
Michelle Ruff as Eugenie 
Patrick Seitz as Boville(eps 9-10) 
Richard Epcar as
Faria 
Gankutsuou(22-23 eps) 
Sean Roberts as Valois(ep 9) 
Tina Dixon as Marquise G 
Tony Oliver as
Maximilien 
Noirtier(ep 15 & 18) 
Wendee Lee as Young Albert 
Yuri Lowenthal as Chateau-Renaud 

English companies
ADR Production: Bang Zoom! Entertainment 
Broadcaster:
Animax Asia (PHILIPPINES: JULY 04) 
Animax India 
FUNimation Channel 
iaTV 
Distributor: Madman Entertainment (Australia & New Zealand) 
DVD Authoring: SpeeDVD 
DVD Menus: Nightjar, LLC 
Korean cast
Korean staff
(none)
Hong Siho as The Count of Monte Cristo/Edmond Dantès 
Il Kim as Albert de Morcerf 

Eun-Suk Jang as
Edouard de Villefort 
Haydée 
Ho-Han Yu as Giovanni Bertuccio 
Hye-Ju Kim as Claire-Marie-Eugénie de Danglars 
Myeong-Hwa Cha as Mercédès de Morcerf 
O Inseong as
Franz d'Epinay 
Gaspard Calderousse 
Seok-Jeong Yang as
Fernand de Morcerf 
Luigi Vampa 
Seon-Hui Mun as Peppo 

Eun-Suk Jang as Valentine de Villefort 
Hong Jinuk as
Baron Danglars 
Beauchamp 
Noirtier de Villefort 
Hye-Ju Kim as Marquise G 
Im Chaeheon as
Andrea Cavalcanti 
Maximilien Morrel 
Myeong-Hwa Cha as Héloïse de Villefort 
Seok-Jeong Yang as
Gérard de Villefort 
Lucien Debray 
Seon-Hui Mun as Victoria de Danglars 
Sewung Yun as
Baptistan 
Raoul de Château-Renaud 
Korean companies
Broadcaster: Animax Korea 
French staff
French cast
Adaptation: Frédéric Roques 
Agnès Manoury as
Haydee 
Heloise de Villefort 
Antoine Tome as
Count of Monte Cristo/Edmond Dantes 
Peppino 
Catherine Collomb as Mercedes De Morcerf 
Colette Noel as Teresa 
Emmanuel Gradi as
Fernand De Morcerf 
Giovanni Bertuccio 
Fabrice Billoud as Renaud 
Fabrice Lelyon as Maximillen Morrel 
Fabrice Nemo as Franz d'Epinay 
François Creton as Albert de Morcerf 
Francoise Escobar as Eugenie Danglars 
Frédéric Cerdal as Villefort 
Frederic Popovic as Andrea Cavalcanti 
Frédéric Souterelle as
Baron Danglars 
Luigi Vampa 
Isabelle Volpe as
Beppo 
Valentine de Villefort 
Marie-Madeleine Le Doze-Burguet as Victoria de Danglars 
Patrick Noerie as Baptistin 
Patrick Pellegrin as Beauchamp 

French companies
ADR Production: Les studios de Saint Maur 
Broadcaster:
Ciné Cinema Famiz (from September 2005) 
France 4 
IDF1 (from May 2009) 
MCE (from October 2009) 
Distributor: Rouge Citron Production 
Spanish staff
Spanish cast
Translation: Noemí Cuevas Rebollo (Spain dub) 
Jordi Naro as Albert de Morcerf(Spain dub) 
Jordi Navarro as Albert(Spain dub) 
Manuel Bastos as Montecristo(Latin America) 
Oscar Redondo as
Conde de Montecristo(Spain dub) 
The Count of Monte Cristo/Edmond Dantès(Spain dub) 
Rolman Bastidas as Albert(Latin America) 

Carmen Calvell as
Mercedes(Spain dub) 
Mercédès de Morcerf(Spain dub) 
Esperanza Doménech as Peppo(Spain dub) 
Mar Nicolas as Eugénie de Danglars(Spain dub) 
Sergio Mesa as Franz d'Epinay(Spain dub) 
Tasio Alonso as
Fernand(Spain dub) 
Fernand de Morcerf(Spain dub) 
Valeria Castillo as Mercedes(Latin America) 

Albert Socias as Jullian Danglars(Spain dub) 
Angel del Río as
Debray(Spain dub) 
Lucien Debray(Spain dub) 
Carlos Lladó as Raoul de Château-Renaud(Spain dub) 
Carlos Vitale as Narrador/Espíritu de Gankutsuou 
Daniel Albiac as Andrea Cavalcanti(Spain dub) 
Héctor Indriago as Franz d'Epinay 
Isabel Muntané as Victoria de Danglars(Spain dub) 
J. Ignacio Latorre as
Maximilien(Spain dub) 
Maximillien Morrel(Spain dub) 
Joaquin Rossell as Gaspard Caderousse(Spain dub) 
José Antonio Cerdan as Robert Beauchamp(Spain dub) 
Juan Miguel Díez as Gérard de Villefort(Spain dub) 
Lidia Camino as
Edouard de Villefort(Spain dub) 
Haydeé Tebelin(Spain dub) 
Pep Gaya as
Giovanni Bertuccio(Spain dub) 
Voice-over(Spain dub) 
Pilar Mora as Héloïse de Villefort(Spain dub) 
Pilar Morales as
Marquesa G(Spain dub) 
Marquise G(Spain dub) 
Valentine de Villefort(Spain dub) 
Ramón Rocabayera as Baptistin(Spain dub) 
Rebeca Aponte as Heloise 
Ruben Leon as Baptistin(Latin America) 
Víctor Díaz as Andrea Cavalcanti 

Aura Caamaño(Latin America) 
Spanish companies
Dubbing:
Cristal Media (Barcelona ; Spain dub) 
Estudios Lain (Latin America) 
Italian staff
Italian cast
Dubbing Director: Aldo Stella 

Dialogues: Vittoria Ponticelli 
Raffaele Farina as Il Conte Di Montecristo / Edmond Dantes 

Davide Perino as Albert De Morcerf 
Ivo De Palma as Fernand De Morcerf 
Massimo Di Benedetto as Franz D'epinay 
Sonia Mazza as Eugenie Danglars 

Alessandro D'Errico as Giovanni Bertuccio 
Antonio Paiola as Gerard De Villefort 
Benedetta Ponticelli as Valentine De Villefort 
Dania Cericola as Mercedes De Morcerf 
Donatella Fanfani as Madame Villefort 
Elda Olivieri as Marchesa G 
Elisabetta Spinelli as Haydee 
Gabriele Calindri as Andrea Cavalcanti 
Gianluca Iacono as Baptistin 
Jolanda Granato as Edouard De Villefort 
Lorenzo Scattorin as Beauchamp 
Luca Semeraro as Maximilien Morrel 
Luigi Rosa as Lucien Debray 
Mario Scarabelli as Gaspard Caderousse 
Patrizia Mottola as Beppo 
Renato Novara as Raoul De Chateau 
Sergio Romano' as Barone Danglars 
Valeria Falcinelli as Madame Danglars 
Italian companies
Broadcaster:
Man-Ga (from 1 July 2010) 
MTV Italia (from 2006) 
Distributor: Yamato Video 
Dubbing: Raflesia srl (Milan) 
Arabic staff
Arabic cast
(none)
Marwan Farahat as The Count of Monte Cristo 
Ziad Al Rifai as Albert de Morcerf 

Fatima Sa'ad as Mercédès de Morcerf 

Amal Saad Eddin as Baroness Victoria Danglars 
Angie Yousuf as Haydee 
Fatima Sa'ad as Lucien's Mother 
Glory Zaza as Peppo 
Hazar Ahark as Eugenie Danglars 
Lena Dhawan as Valentine De Villefort 
Ma'amoon Al Rufaee as Fernand De Morcerf 
Mamoon al-Fark as Maximilien 
Mohammad Khair Abu Hassoun as Baron Danglars 
Mohammed Krmacho as Gérard Villefort 
Rafat Paso as Franz D'epinay 
Arabic companies
Broadcaster: space power 
Tagalog staff
Tagalog cast
(none)
Louie Paraboles as Albert de Morcerf 
Montreal Repuyan as Count of Monte Cristo/Edmond Dantes 

Hazel Hernan as Peppo 
Rowena Benavidez as Mercédès de Morcerf 
Rowena Raganit as Eugenie Danglars 
Tagalog companies
Broadcaster: Hero 
Portuguese staff
Portuguese cast
Dubbing Director: Fábio Lucindo 
Márcio Araújo as Albert de Morcerf 
Paulo Celestino as Conde de Monte Cristo 

Antônio Moreno as Barão Danglars 
Melissa Garcia as Puppo 
Patrícia Scalvi as Mércèdes De Morcerf 
Priscila Concépcion as Claire-Marie-Eugénie de Danglars 
Sérgio Corsetti as Franz d'Epinay 
Sérgio Moreno as Fernand de Morcerf 
Tatiane Keplermaier as Haydée 

Angelica Santos as Michelle 
Cecília Lemes as Julie 
César Marchetti as Baptistin 
Cláudia Carli as Héloïse de Villefort 
Emerson Caperbat as Butler 
Fábio Moura as Marquis X 
Fernanda Bock as Eduardo de Villefort 
Gileno Santoro as Gaspard Caderousse 
Guilherme Lopes as Luigi Vampa 
Jorge Cerruti as Barker 
Marcelo Campos as Andrea Cavalcanti 
Matheus Ferreira as Albert Criança 
Matheus Pereira as Albert criança 
Pedro Alcântara as Franz criança 
Renato Soares as Beauchamp 
Rodrigo Andreatto as Lucien Debray 
Rosa Maria as Victoria de Danglars 
Sidney Lilla as Giovanni Bertuccio 
Vagner Fagundes as Maximillien Morrel 
Yuri Chesman as Renauld 
Portuguese companies
Broadcaster:
Animax 
Animax Portugal 
Dubbing Studio: Álamo 
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