Anime Sanjushi: Aramis no Bōken (movie)

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[ sequel of Anime Sanjushi (TV) ]

Alternative title:
La Grande avventura di Aramis (Italian) 
Аниме: Три мушкетера - Фильм (Russian) 
アニメ三銃士 アラミスの冒険 (Japanese) 
Genres: adventure 
Themes: historical 
Plot Summary: The musketeers help a damsel in distress, but unfortunately she is found dead the following day. D'Artagnan is arrested as prime suspect since he was the last one seen with the lady. Investigating the murder reveals that the crime is not only connected to Aramis's past, but to the French monarchy itself. 
Running time: 46 minutes 
Vintage: 1989-03-11
Premiere date:
1989-03-11 (Japan) 
Release dates: We have 1
Ending Theme:
"夢冒険" by Noriko Sakai 
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Kunihiko Yuyama 
Screenplay: Yasuo Tanami 
Original creator: Alexandre Dumas 
Character Design: Takashi Kumazen 
Art Director: Mitsuki Nakamura 
Animation Director: Hatsuki Tsuji 
Translation: Rikiei Suzuki 
Director of Photography: Juro Sugimura 
Adaptation: Monkey Punch 
Animation producer: Akio Wakana 
Editing: Shuichi Kakesu 
Music Director: Kouhei Tanaka 
Production Supervision:
Akira Yoshioka 
Teizou Koike 
Recording: Shigeharu Shiba 
Theme Song Arrangement: Youyuki Nakamura (ED) 
Theme Song Composition: Eiji Nishiki (ED) 
Theme Song Lyrics: Hiromi Mori (ED) 
Theme Song Performance: Noriko Sakai (ED) 
Eiko Yamada as Aramis 
Tatsuya Matsuda as D'Artagnan 

Akira Kamiya as Athos 
Fumi Hirano as Milady 
Masamichi Sato as Portos 
Mayumi Tanaka as Jean 
Noriko Hidaka as Constance Bonacieux 
Takehito Koyasu as Francois 

Atsuko Mine as Marta 
Eken Mine as Bonacieux 
Keiko Yokozawa as Katherina 
Masaru Ikeda as Daniel 
Miyoko Shoji as Marie de Medicis 
Naoki Tatsuta as Coby 
Ryusuke Oobayashi as Pizarro 
Saeri Yokota as Karina 
Shigeru Chiba as Rocheford 
Tesshô Genda as Treville 
Tomomichi Nishimura as Jusac 
Toshiko Sawada as Narrator 
Yasuo Muramatsu as Manson 
Japanese companies
Animation Production: Studio Gallop 
Backgrounds: Design office MECHAMAN 
Distributor:
Bandai Visual (VHS) 
Shochiku Co., Ltd. (movie) 
Laboratory: Tokyo Laboratory 
Original Titles: Maki Pro 
Production:
Gakken 
NHK Enterprises 
Recording Production: Omnibus Promotion 
Recording Studio: New Japan Studio 
Italian staff
Italian cast
Dubbing Director: Dania Cericola 
Translation: Laura Giordano 

Dialogues: Vittoria Ponticelli 
Mixing: Massimo Parretti 
Post Production: Giovanni Petronaci 
Diego Sabre as D'Artagnan 
Sonia Mazza as Aramis 

Emanuela Pacotto as Constance Bonacieux 
Felice Invernici as Porthos 
Gabriele Calindri as Athos 
Marina Thovez as Milady 
Silvana Fantini as Jean 

Alessandro D'Errico as Daniel 
Dania Cericola as Narratore 
Dario Oppido as Jussac 
Gianni Gaude as Treville 
Lorella De Luca as Marta 
Maurizio Scattorin as Rochefort 
Pino Pirovano as Pizarro 
Valeria Falcinelli as Maria 
Italian companies
Dubbing: Raflesia srl 
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