Whistle! (TV)

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[ adapted from Whistle! (manga) ]

Alternative title:
Dream Team
ホイッスル! (Japanese)
哨聲響起! (Chinese (Taiwan))
Genres: tournament
Themes: Football, soccer, sports
Plot Summary: Shō Kazamatsuri's dream has always been to become a professional soccer player, but he has one problem: he's not very good at the game. He was accepted to the prestigious Musashi no Mori Junior High, known for its top rate soccer team, but he was never able to rise beyond the rank of third stringer. After transferring to Sakura Jōsui Junior High, he can finally play soccer. And, with the support of his new friends and teammates, his strong determination, and lots of hard work, his soccer skills are developing rapidly and setting Shō well on his way to achieving his dream.
User Ratings: 157 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 10 votes (sub:8, dub:1, others:1
1 French subtitled
)
 Excellent: 24 votes (sub:22, dub:1, others:1
1 Chinese mandarin dubbed
)
 Very good: 49 votes (sub:47, dub:1, others:1
1 Indonesian dubbed
)
 Good: 41 votes (sub:38, dub:1, raw:1, others:1
1 Indonesian dubbed
)
 Decent: 21 votes (sub:21)
 So-so: 8 votes (sub:8)
 Not really good: 1 vote (sub:1)
 Weak: 2 votes (sub:2)
 Bad: 1 vote (sub:1)
 Awful: -
 Worst ever: -
Seen in part or in whole by 328 users, rank: #2078 (of 5921)
Median rating: Good
Arithmetic mean: 7.471 (Good+), std. dev.: 1.4257, rank: #1276 (of 5914)
Weighted mean: 7.348 (Good+), rank: #1360 (of 5914) (seen all: 7.46 / seen some: 7.02 / won't finish: 4.70)
Bayesian estimate: 7.362 (Good+), rank: #1135 (of 4468)
Running time: 24 minutes per episode
Number of episodes: 39
Episode titles: We have 39
Vintage:
2002-05-05
2002-05-06 to 2003-02-03
2009-11-02 to 2009-12-24 (Italy, Boing)
Opening Theme:
"DOUBLE WIND" by Minako Komukai
Ending Theme:
"Sweet Days" by Minako Komukai
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Hiroshi Fukutomi
Theme Song Performance: Minako Komukai (OP/ED)
Minako Komukai as Shō Kazamatsuri

Kohei Kiyasu as Daichi Fuwa
Taiten Kusunoki as Soujyou Matsushita

Chieko Higuchi as Tsubasa Shiina
Choutomi Nimura as Yusuke Morinaga
Daisuke Ishikawa as Masaki Kurogawa
Eiji Mizuue as Hitoyoshi Iga
Hidenobu Kiuchi as
Father
Police Chief
Shigeki Sato
Hideomi Hanazawa as Satoshi Tsuruoka
Hiroki Takahashi as Kou Kazamatsuri
Hiroshi Shimozaki as
Captain Clone
Saitou
Hirotaka Nagase as Masato Takai
Hitoshi Bifu as Souichirou Kirihara
Katashi Ishizuka as Naoki Inoue
Makoto Tomita as Kazuma Sanada
Makoto Ueki as Yuuto Wakana
Masaaki Ishikawa as
Seiya Amano
Tenjou Ryoichi
Upperclassman
Yuuichirou Sakuraba
Masami Suzuki as Yuki Kojima
Masaru Hotta as Yoshihiko Koga
Mie Sonozaki as Akira Saionji
Mika Ishibashi as Santa Yamaguchi
Miki Haramoto as Yuko Katori
Miriko Nagahama as Ippei Toyama
Naomi Matamura as Hiroyoshi Noro
Naomi Matamurav as Hiroyoshi Noro 
Noriko Namiki as Taki Sugihara
Ryo Naitou as Katsurou Shibusawa
Ryou Kubota as Kaoru Gomi
Sachie Maruyama as
Takemi Kasai 
Takumi Kasai
Satoshi Tsuruoka as Hideomi Hanazawa
Shizuka Hasegawa as Miyuki Sakurai
Shun Takagi as Mamoru Tanaka
Takahiro Hirano as Eishi Kaku
Takayuki Kondou as Seiji Fujishiro
Takehiro Hasu as
customer
office worker
Yamamoto-sensei
Takeshi Maeda as Tatsuya Mizuno
Teruaki Ogawa as Takashi Narumi
Tony Hirota as
Odenyano Oya-san
Oyassan
Yoshiaki Matsumoto as Shigeru Mamiya
Yoshikazu Nagano as Rokusuke Hata
Yoshinobu Kaneko as Teppei Koiwa
Yoshinori Kawai as Akira Mikami
Yuichi Tsuchiya as Amamiya
Japanese companies
Animation: Studio Comet
Backgrounds: Studio Jack
Broadcaster: Animax
Korean staff
Korean companies
(none)
Broadcaster: Animax Korea
Korean cast
(none)
French staff
French companies
(none)
Distributor: Déclic Images
French cast
(none)
Spanish staff
Spanish companies
(none)
Distributor: Motion Pictures (Spain)
Spanish cast
(none)
Italian cast
Italian staff
Alessandro Rigotti as Daichi Fuwa
Claudio Ridolfo as Souji Matsushita

Alessandro Messina as Hideomi Hanazawa
Alessandro Rigotti as Ippei Toyama
Alessandro Zurla as Amamiya
Angelo Attendoli as Santa Yamaguchi
Beatrice Caggiula as Prof.ssa Yuko Katori
Davide Albano as
Doi
Shigeru Mamiya
Davide Capostagno as Rokusuke Hata
Davide Garbolino as Sho Kasamatsuri
Debora Morese as Miyuki Sakurai
Diego Baldoin as Seiji Fujishiro
Fabrizio Valezano as Yuuto Wakana
Federico Danti as
Padre di Mizuno
Soichiro Kirihara
Federico Zanandrea as Masato Takai
Francesco Orlando as Eishi Kaku
Gea Riva as Yuki Kojima
Gianmarco Ceconi as
Akira Mikami
Mamoru Tanaka
Taki Sugihara
Luca Bottale as Shigeki "Shige" Sato
Lucia Gaddolini as Tenjou da bambino
Marco Benedetti as
Naoki Inoue
Yusuke Morinaga
Massimo Di Benedetto as Kajimura
Maurizio Merluzzo as Mizuno Tatsuya
Paolo De Santis as Hideyoshi Noro
Patrizia Mottola as Maiko Kamijo
Renato Novara as Amano
Roger Mantovani as
Katsuro Shibusawa
Ryoichi Tenjo
Ruggero Andreozzi as
Kaoru Gomi
Ko Kazamatsuri
Stefania de Peppe as Akira Saionji
Stefano Pozzi as
Aramakitame
Yoshihiko Koga
Tullia Piredda as Nonna di Tenjou
Valentina Tarozzi as Madre di Mizuno
Valerio Minora as Masaki Kurogawa
Vittorio Bestoso as Prof. Oyasan

Italian companies
Broadcaster:
Boing (from 2 November 2009)
Cartoon Network Italia (from September 2008)
Cartoon Network Italy
Super 3
Portuguese staff
Portuguese cast
(none)
Mário Bomba as Sho Kazamatsuri

Ana Vieira as
Akira Saionji
Yuko Katori
Michel Simeao as Shigeki Sato
Pedro Cardoso as Soujyou Matsushita
Portuguese companies
(none)
Chinese (Taiwan) staff
Chinese (Taiwan) companies
(none)
Licensed by: Mighty Media Co., Ltd.
Chinese (Taiwan) cast
(none)
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