Romeo × Juliet (TV)

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Alternative title:
ロミオ×ジュリエット (Japanese) 
羅密歐×茱麗葉 (Chinese (Taiwan)) 
Genres: action , drama , fantasy , romance 
Themes: revenge , tragedy 
Objectionable content: Significant 
Copyright notice: ©2007 GONZO/CBC•GDH•SPWT 
Plot Summary: This is a story of a young and tragic love, set in the aerial city of Neo Verona. Tyranny rules this island in the sky after the Montague family took control 14 years prior. The disparity among the wealthy and poor is apparent in the present state, the earth dries and water stagnates. The sky itself is wrapped in a deep dense fog. Both Romeo and Juliet's lineages are of present and past ruling families of Neo Verona. Romeo is the son of the current Montague dictator, Juliet (a beautiful woman) masquerades as a man (Odin), she's the last descendent of Capulet the previous rulers who were killed by an assasin's dagger 14 years ago. Her true background is not to be revealed to her until her 16th birthday. The cruel hands of fate introduces 2 people who will become "Star Crossed Lovers". 
User Ratings: 2312 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 738 votes (sub:641, dub:84, edit.dub:2, raw:1, ?:1, others:9
6 Spanish subtitled
1 Arabic subtitled
1 Chinese subtitled subtitled
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 Excellent: 717 votes (sub:620, dub:74, raw:6, others:17
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 Very good: 393 votes (sub:306, dub:73, raw:4, ?:1, others:9
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1 Italian subtitled
 Good: 225 votes (sub:162, dub:46, ?:4, raw:2, others:11
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2 Portuguese subtitled
1 French subtitled
1 German dubbed
1 Russian subtitled
1 Russian dubbed
1 Chinese Sub and Dub subtitled
 Decent: 101 votes (sub:76, dub:20, raw:1, others:4
2 Spanish subtitled
1 Portuguese subtitled
1 Arabic subtitled
 So-so: 54 votes (sub:41, dub:10, others:3
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1 German dubbed
 Not really good: 30 votes (sub:24, dub:4, ?:1, others:1
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 Weak: 31 votes (sub:21, dub:7, ?:1, others:2
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 Bad: 16 votes (sub:11, dub:4, raw:1)
 Awful: 3 votes (sub:3)
 Worst ever: 4 votes (sub:3, others:1
1 German dubbed
Seen in part or in whole by 3656 users, rank: #252 (of 6417)
Median rating: Excellent
Arithmetic mean: 8.510 (Excellent−), std. dev.: 1.6658, rank: #138 (of 6417)
Weighted mean: 8.389 (Very good+), rank: #175 (of 6417) (seen all: 8.56 / seen some: 7.25 / won't finish: 4.88)
Bayesian estimate: 8.384 (Very good+), rank: #105 (of 4883)
Running time: half hour per episode 
Number of episodes: 24 
Episode titles: We have 24
2007-03-18 (episode one special premiere) 
2007-04-04 to 2007-09-26 
2009-10-23 (Animax Hungary) 
2010-04-28 (Animax Asia) 
Release dates: We have 8
Opening Theme:
#1: "Inori ~You Raise Me Up~" by Lena Park 
Ending Theme:
#1: "Cyclone" by 12012 
#2: "Good bye, yesterday" by Mizrock 
Insert song:
"You Raise Me Up" by LENA PARK (eps 7,24) 
Links: We have 1
Trivia: We have 9
News: Show:
Romeo x Juliet Trailer (Dec 12, 2006)
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DVD (Region 1)
    Romeo x Juliet - Part 1 (DVD) 2009-06-23 (from $13.99)
    Romeo x Juliet - Part 2 (DVD) 2009-08-11 (from $34.54)
    Romeo x Juliet DVD Complete Series (DVD) 2010-07-13 (from $34.54)
    Romeo × Juliet - The Complete Tragedy [S.A.V.E.] (DVD) 2011-11-08 (from $19.44)
DVD (Region 4)
    Romeo X Juliet Collection 1 (DVD 1) 2009-10-21

Japanese staff
Japanese companies
Director: Fumitoshi Oizaki 
Series Composition: Reiko Yoshida 
Episode Director: Hiroshi Tamada (15) 
Music: Hitoshi Sakimoto 
Original story: William Shakespeare 
Character Design: Hiroki Harada 
Art Director: Masami Saito 
Chief Animation Director: Hiroki Harada 
Animation Director:
Hiroki Harada (OP; eps 1, 24) 
Jun Takagi (ep 11) 
Sound Director: Tomohiro Yoshida 
Director of Photography: Naoki Kitamura 
Producer: Touyou Ikeda 

Associate Animation Direction: Jun Takagi (ep 6) 
Audio Supervisor: Junichi Sato 
Color design: Toshie Suzuki 
Editing: Seiji Hirose 
Production Design: Jun Takagi 
Theme Song Arrangement:
12012 (ED1) 
Masayuki Sakamoto (OP1) 
Satoshi Takebe (ED1) 
Tomoki Ishizuka (ED2) 
Theme Song Composition:
Hiroaki Sakai (ED1) 
Rolf Lovland (OP1) 
Sandra Nordstrom (ED2) 
Thomas Wohni (ED2) 
Theme Song Lyrics:
Kaito Okachimachi (OP1) 
Mizrock (ED2) 
Wataru Miyawaki (ED1) 
Theme Song Performance:
12012 (ED1) 
Lena Park (OP1) 
Mizrock (ED2) 
3D Layout: Asahi Production 
Animation Production: Gonzo 
CBC (2004-04-04) 
KBS Kyoto (2004-04-20) 
Sun TV (2004-04-17) 
Tokyo Broadcasting System (2004-04-13) 
Finish Animation:
Anime R 
Asahi Production 
EASIA (ED2; 7 episodes
eps 6, 10-12, 18-19, 24
GK Entertainment 
Mook DLE 
P.A. Works 
Phoenix Animation 
Rising Force (ED2; 11 episodes
eps 10-14, 16, 18-19, 22-24
Studio Easter 
Studio Elle (ED2; 20 episodes
eps 1, 4-18, 20, 22-24
Studio Lagoon 
T2 Studio 
Takahito Animation 
Trans Arts Co. 
Triple A 
White Line 
Music Performance: Eminence Symphony Orchestra 
Online Editing: Q-Tec 
Sound Production: Rakuonsha 
Japanese cast
Fumie Mizusawa as Juliet 
Takahiro Mizushima as Romeo 

Aya Hisakawa as Portia 
Ayako Kawasumi as Emilia 
Hirofumi Nojima as Francisco 
Katsuhisa Houki as Conrad 
Kazuhiko Inoue as William 
Kouji Ishii as Montague 
Kousuke Toriumi as Curio 
Miyu Matsuki as Cordelia 
Ryotaro Okiayu as Tybalt 
Ryou Hirohashi as Antonio 
Sayaka Ohara as Hermione 
Shinnosuke Tachibana as Benvolio 
Tetsuya Kakihara as Mercutio 

Akio Suyama as Petruccio 
Ayumi Tsuji as Girl (ep 9) 
Chiwa Saito as Regan 
Eiji Miyashita as
Erino Hazuki as Daughter (ep 2) 
Fumi Oda as Mother (ep 2) 
Hiroshi Iida as Abram (ep 9) 
Iho Matsukubo as Mother (ep 1) 
Ikumi Sugiyama as Madam (ep 10) 
Ikuo Nishikawa as Balthasar 
Jin Urayama as Titus 
Jiro Saito as Camillo 
Junko Iwao as Ophelia 
Kae Araki as Hermione's mother (ep 16) 
Kazuo Oka as Old Man (eps 12-24) 
Keiji Fujiwara as Lancelot 
Keiji Hirai as Pietro 
Keikou Sakai as Hermione's father (ep 16) 
Kenji Takahashi as Gower 
Kouji Yoshida as Verges 
Mami Shitara as Lancelot's young daughter (eps 3, 6) 
Mie Sonozaki as Lancelot's wife (eps 3-6, 24) 
Nami Okamoto as Lancelot's old daughter (eps 3, 24) 
Nozomi Masu as Girl (ep 9) 
Rika Morinaga as Girl (ep 1) 
Ryuugo Saito as
Boy (ep 9) 
Soldier (ep 2) 
Satoshi Taki as Capulet 
Takeshi Watabe as Friar (eps 3-8) 
Takuo Kawamura as Soldier (ep 2) 
Tomohisa Asou as Cerimon 
Toru Ohkawa as Giovanni 
Yoshino Ohtori as Ariel 
Yousuke Akimoto as Middle-aged noble (ep 1) 
Yukiko Mizuochi as Benvolio's mother 
Yumi Fukamizu as Montague's mother (ep 17) 
Yutaka Koizumi as
Black-cloaked man (ep 6) 
Military leader (ep 1) 
English cast
English staff
ADR Director:
J. Michael Tatum (eps 1-12, 17-20) 
R Bruce Elliott (8 episodes
eps 13-16, 21-24
Ann Chenoweth-Carr (eps 11, 20) 
Jordan Burns (eps 8, 19) 
Patrick Seitz (7 episodes
eps 2, 6, 14, 16, 18, 21, 23
R Bruce Elliott (ep 15) 
Stephanie Sheh (eps 3, 12) 
Taliesin Jaffe (12 episodes
eps 1, 4-5, 7, 9-10, 13, 15, 17, 20, 22, 24
Translation: Shoko Oono 
Executive producer: Gen Fukunaga 
ADR Engineer:
Casey Clark (eps 5-12) 
Will Short 
Assistant ADR Director: R Bruce Elliott (eps 1-7) 
Assistant producer: Michael Harcourt 
Brina Palencia (ep 24) 
Chris Burnett (ep 24) 
J. Michael Tatum (ep 24) 
R Bruce Elliott (ep 24) 
DVD Compression:
Duncan Yan 
Jacob Martin 
DVD Editing: Jeremy Jimenez 
DVD Menu Audio: Jim Welch 
DVD Menu Design: Antimere Robinson 
DVD Producer: Clarine Harp 
Head Writer: Taliesin Jaffe 
Line Producer: Christopher Bevins 
Mix Engineer: Neal Malley 
Production Assistant:
Gino Palencia 
Trenton Jons 
Talent Coordination: Tara Williams 
Video Post-Production Coordinator: Margaret Yabs 
Video Post-Production Director: Brandon Tyler 
Andrea Kwan as Juliet 
Brina Palencia as Juliet 
Chris Burnett as Romeo 

Carrie Savage as Hermione 
Christopher Bevins as Mercutio 
Colleen Clinkenbeard as Cordelia 
Dana Schultes as Portia 
Eric Vale as Francisco 
J. Michael Tatum as William 
Jerry Russell as Tubal 
Larissa Wolcott as Amelia 
Maxey Whitehead as Antonio 
Mike McFarland as Tybalt 
R Bruce Elliott as Conrad 
Robert McCollum as Curio 
Sean Hennigan as Lord Montague 
Sean Michael Teague as Benvolio 
T.A. Taylor as Old Man 

Anthony Bowling as
Vendor Man (ep 1) 
Verges (ep 9) 
Wagoner (ep 16) 
Young Noble (ep 10) 
Antimere Robinson as Escalus (eps 23-24) 
Barry Yandell as Merchant (ep 1) 
Chamblee Ferguson as Hermione's Father (ep 16) 
Chris Ayres as Camillo (eps 9, 17) 
Chris Cason as Priest (eps 3-4, 8) 
Christopher R. Sabat as Cerimon 
Chuck Huber as Pietro (4 episodes
eps 15, 17-18, 20
Clarine Harp as Lancelot's Wife (eps 3-6, 24) 
Cynthia Cranz as
Benvolio's Mother 
Handmaiden (ep 1) 
Hermione's Mother (ep 16) 
Mother (ep 1) 
Dan Forsythe as Petruchio (ep 14) 
Greg Dulcie as Giovanni (5 episodes
eps 14-15, 17-18, 20
Gregory Lush as Cloten (eps 9, 23) 
Ian Sinclair as
Councilman (ep 10) 
Gower (ep 9) 
Jamie Marchi as Ophelia (7 episodes
eps 9, 13, 17, 21-24
Jerome Fifty-Seven as Father (ep 15) 
Joel McDonald as Vittorio 
John Swasey as Paolo (5 episodes
eps 14-15, 17-18, 20
Josh Grelle as Peddler (ep 12) 
Justin Cook as Platoon Captain (eps 1, 3-4, 12) 
Justin Flowers as Secretary (ep 6) 
Kent Williams as Lancelot 
Leah Clark as Regan (eps 16-19) 
Luci Christian as Montague (Young) 
Maeghan Albach as Polly Nichols (ep 10) 
Margaret Walker as Ariel (eps 9, 17) 
Mark Stoddard as Balthasar (eps 16, 18-19) 
Mary Morgan as Petruchio's Brother 
Melinda Wood Allen as Mother (ep 15) 
Michael Serrecchia as Noble Patron (ep 1) 
Nick Trautner as
Harlequinade (ep 7) 
Jean (ep 7) 
Scott Freeman as
Page (ep 10) 
Sonny Strait as Titus 
T.A. Taylor as Barkeep (ep 11) 
Terri Doty as Annie Chapman (ep 10) 
Todd Haberkorn as Abram (eps 6-7, 9) 
Trina Nishimura as Petruchio's Sister 
Tyler Walker as Dragonsteed Merchant (ep 18) 
Wendy Powell as Proprietress (ep 10) 

English companies
Animax Asia 
Animax India 
Madman Entertainment (Australia & New Zealand) 
Licensed by: FUNimation Entertainment 
French staff
French cast
Michaël Maino as Roméo Montague 

Amandine Longeac as Emilia 
Damien Laquet as Lancelot 
Jean-Marc Galera as Conrad 
Julien Dutel as Leontes Montague 
Justine Hostekint as Antonio 
Laurent Pasquier as William de Farnase 
Marc Wihlem as
Pascal Gimenez as Narrateur 
Sandra Vandroux as Cordelia 

French companies
Distributor: Black Box 
Dubbing: PILON Studio Son 
Italian staff
Italian cast
Dubbing Director: Aldo Stella 
Translation: Laura Giordano 

Dialogues: Alessandro Trombetta 
Mixing: Massimo Parretti 
Marcella Silvestri as Juliet (Giulietta) 

Alessandra Karpoff as Cordelia 
Debora Magnaghi as Hermione (Ermione) 
Enrico Maggi as Conrad (Corrado) 
Jolanda Granato as Emilia 
Massimiliano Lotti as Montague (Montecchi) 
Paolo De Santis as Mercutio (Mercuzio) 
Patrizia Mottola as Antonio 
Renato Novara as Benvolio 
Sergio Romanò as Tito 

Luca Semeraro as Lancillito 
Maurizio Merluzzo as Curio 
Ruggero Andreozzi as Francesco 
Simone D'Andrea as Tebaldo 
Italian companies
Man-Ga (from 20 April 2011) 
Rai 4 (from 3 October 2009) 
Rai Gulp (from 12 December 2009) 
Rai Sat Smash Girls 
Distributor: Yamato Video 
Dubbing: Raflesia srl 
German staff
German cast
ADR Director: Stefan Kaiser 
Script: Sabine Sebastian 
Julia Stoepel as Juliet 
Konrad Bösherz as Romeo 

Bernhard Völger as Pietro 
Christian Gaul as William 
Darwin Werland as Antonio 
Felix Spieß as Mercutio 
Gerald Paradies as Giovanni 
Isabelle Schmidt as Cordelia 
Jill Böttcher as Hermione 
Jörg Hengstler as Lord Montague 
Julius Jellinek as Francisco 
Kaspar Eichel as Conrad 
Kaya Möller as Legan 
Martin Kautz as Tybalt 
Rainer Fritzsche as Lancelot 
Sandro Blümel as Benvolio 
Schaukje Könning as Portia 
Sebastian Schulz as Curio 
Thomas Hailer as Tubal 
Tim Moeseritz as Paolo 
Tommy Morgenstern as Cerimon 
Uschi Hugo as Orphelia 
Uwe Jellinek as Titus 
Wicki Kalaitzi as Emilia 

Aline Staskowiak as Lancelot's Wife 
Andreas Conrad as Bakery Patron (ep 5) 
Andreas Hosang as Wagoner (ep 16) 
Bea Tober as
Benvolio's Mother 
Proprietress (ep 10) 
Frank Ciazynski as Balthasar 
Hendrik Martz as State Offical (ep 4) 
Jan Spitzer as Camillo (eps 9, 17) 
Jennifer Weiss as Girl (ep 9) 
Karen Schulz-Vobach as Montague's Mother (ep 17) 
Manuel Vaessen as Narrator 
Marianne Lutz as Ariel (eps 3, 17) 
Nicole Hannak as Maid (ep 1) 
Peter Lontzek as Abram (ep 9) 
Svantje Wascher as Noblewoman (ep 13) 
Uli Krohm as Friar (eps 3-5, 8) 
Wilhelm Garth as Petruccio (eps 14-15) 

German companies
Distributor: OVA Films 
Dubbing: MME Studios Berlin 

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