[World Masterpiece Theater]


Contains:
    Moomin (TV) (1969-10-05 to 1970-12-27)
    Andersen Stories (TV) (1971-01-03 to 1971-12-26)
    New Moomin (TV) (1972-01-09 to 1972-12-31)
    Fables of the Green Forest (TV) (1973-01-07 to 1973-12-30)
    Alps no Shōjo Heidi (TV) (1974-01-06 to 1974-12-29)
    Dog of Flanders (TV) (1975-01-05 to 1975-12-28)
    From the Apennines to the Andes (TV) (1976-01-04 to 1976-12-26)
    Rascal the Raccoon (TV) (1977-01-02 to 1977-12-25)
    (The) Perrine Story (TV) (1978-01-01 to 1978-12-31)
    Anne of Green Gables (TV) (1979-01-07 to 1979-12-30)
    Adventures of Tom Sawyer (TV) (1980-01-06 to 1980-12-28)
    Swiss Family Robinson (TV) (1981)
    Lucy of the Southern Rainbow (TV) (1982-01-10 to 1982-12-26)
    Alps Stories: My Annette (TV) (1983-01-09 to 1983-12-25)
    Katri, Girl of the Meadows (TV) (1984-01-08 to 1984-12-23)
    A Little Princess Sara (TV) (1985-01-06 to 1985-12-29)
    Ai Shoujo Pollyanna Monogatari (TV) (1986-01-12 to 1986-12-28)
    Ai no Wakakusa Monogatari (TV) (1987-01-11 to 1987-12-27)
    Little Lord Fauntleroy (TV) (1988-01-10 to 1988-12-25)
    Peter Pan no Bōken (TV) (1989-01-08 to 1989-12-24)
    Daddy-Long-Legs (TV) (1990-01-04 to 1990-12-23)
    Trapp Ikka Monogatari (TV) (1991-01-13 to 1991-12-28)
    (The) Bush Baby (TV) (1992-01-12 to 1992-12-20)
    Wakakusa Monogatari Nan to Jou Sensei (TV) (1993-01-17 to 1993-12-19)
    Tico and Friends (TV) (1994-01-16 to 1994-12-18)
    Romeo and the Black Brothers (TV) (1995-01-15 to 1995-12-17)
    Meiken Lassie (TV) (1996-01-14 to 1996-08-18)
    Ie Naki Ko Remi (TV) (1996-09-01 to 1997-03-23)
    (Les) Misérables - Shoujo Cosette (TV) (2007-01-07 to 2007-12-30)
    Porfy no Nagai Tabi (TV) (2008-01-06 to 2008-12-28)
    Before Green Gables (TV) (2009-04-05)

Alternative title:
Sekai Meisaku Gekijō (Japanese)
世界名作劇場 (Japanese)
Links: We have 8
Comment:
Since 1975, Nippon Animation has produced a number of TV series based on classics of literature from around the world (although the focus was on the classics of Western literature). These series produced over the course of over three decades came to be known as the World Masterpiece Theater.
You can contribute information to this page, but first you must login or register

This encyclopedia is collaboratively edited by the users of this site
DISCLAIMER add information report an error lookup sources

# A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Anime anthology