Anne's Diary: The Story of Anne Frank (special)

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Alternative title:
Anne no Nikki: Anne Frank Monogatari (Japanese) 
アンネの日記 アンネ·フランク物語 (Japanese) 
Themes: historical 
Plot Summary: This is the true story of Anne Frank, a Jewish girl living in Amsterdam during WW2. Anne's father realizes on time the danger the Jews face and hides his family (his wife Edith and his two daughters Margo (16) and Anne (13), along with four more people, in "the house behind". For two years the 8 people live in darkness and whispers, in fear to be discovered and sent to the German crematories. During that time young Anne writes a diary, describing day by day life in the cellar, her complicated realtionship with her mother and the story of her first love - Peter, the young boy in the hiding place. Anne writes down her wishes to run out free and breath the air and flowers, her dreams to be free at last. Then they are discovered and are all sent to death. 
Vintage: 1979-09-28 
Opening Theme:
"Ai ga Aru Ashita ga Aru (愛がある明日がある)" by SEAGULLS 
Ending Theme:
"Kamome ni Natta Shōjo (かもめになった少女)" by SEAGULLS 
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Eiji Okabe 
Screenplay: Ryûzô Nakanishi 
Storyboard: Eiji Okabe 
Music: Kôichi Sakata 
Original story: Anne Frank 
Character Design: Isamu Kumata 
Art Director: Shichiro Kobayashi 
Animation Director: Isamu Kumata 

Theme Song Arrangement: Kôichi Sakata 
Theme Song Composition: Kôichi Sakata 
Theme Song Lyrics: Tokiko Iwatani 
Mariko Fuji as Anne Frank 

Katsuji Mori as Peter van Daan 
Miyuki Ueda as Margot Betti Frank 
Noriko Nakamura as Edith Holländer 
Tooru Abe as Otto Frank 

Eisuke Yoda as Albert Düssell 
Fumie Kashiyama as Narrator 
Hisako Kyouda as Petronella van Daan 
Kôichi Kitamura as Hermann van Daan 
Saiko Egawa as Miep Gies 
Japanese companies
Broadcaster: TV Asahi 
Production: Nippon Animation 
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