Ronja the Robber's Daughter (TV)

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Alternative title:
Ronja Rövardotter (Swedish)
Ronja, la hija del bandolero (Spanish)
Sanzoku no Musume Ronja (Japanese)
山賊の娘ローニャ (Japanese)
Genres: adventure
Themes: coming of age
Plot Summary: Ronja is the only daughter of Mattis, a bandit leader who lives in a castle in the middle of a large forest. When Ronja grows old enough, she ventures into the forest to interact the strange and magical creatures that live there. She learns to live in the forest through her own strength, with the occasional rescue from her parents. Ronja's life begins to change, however, when she happens upon a boy her own age named Birk.
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Seen in part or in whole by 89 users, rank: #4082 (of 6927)
Median rating: Good
Arithmetic mean: 6.600 (Good−), std. dev.: 2.1448, rank: #3754 (of 6938)
Weighted mean: 6.628 (Good−), rank: #3609 (of 6938) (seen all: 7.26 / seen some: 4.84 / won't finish: 4.61)
Bayesian estimate: 6.812 (Good−), rank: #2889 (of 5235)
Number of episodes: 26
Episode titles: We have 26
Vintage:
2014-10-11
2017-04-04 (Canal Once, Mexico)
Opening Theme:
"Haru no Sakebi" (春のさけび; Call of Spring) by Aoi Teshima
Ending Theme:
"Player" by Mari Natsuki
Insert song:
"Haru no Sakebi (English Version)" (春のさけび; Call of Spring) by Aoi Teshima
"Ōkami no Uta" (オオカミの歌;Song of the Wolves) by Yukari Nozawa
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Goro Miyazaki
Series Composition: Hiroyuki Kawasaki
Storyboard: Goro Miyazaki
Original creator: Astrid Lindgren
Character Design: Katsuya Kondo
Sound Director: Koji Kasamatsu
Producer: Nobuo Kawakami

Animation producer:
Michiko Takahisa
Tsuyoshi Kobayashi (小林毅)
Insert Song Composition: Satoshi Takebe
Insert Song Lyrics: Goro Miyazaki
Insert Song Performance: Yukari Nozawa
Post-Recording Director: Eriko Kimura
Theme Song Arrangement: Satoshi Takebe
Theme Song Composition: Hiroko Taniyama
Theme Song Lyrics: Goro Miyazaki
Theme Song Performance:
Aoi Teshima
Mari Natsuki
Haruka Shiraishi as Ronja

Atsuki Tani as Borka
Gōki Ogawa as Tjorm
Keiji Himeno as Lill-Klippen
Kenji Sugimura as Sturkas
Mika Doi as Undis
Reika Uyama as Birk
Rintarou Nishi as Tjegge
Saori Kato as Harpy
Shoichiro Akaboshi as Fjosok
Takaaki Seki as Mattis
Takahiro Shimada as Knotas
Umeji Sasaki as Skalle-Per
Yukari Nozawa as Lovis
Yuusuke Tezuka as Pelje

Erina Kurita as Elder Sister of the Stout Little Ones (eps 9-10)
Fukiko Endō as Narrator
Haruka Shiraishi as Merchant's Daughter (ep 1)
Hideki Tanaka as Uncle of the Stout Little Ones (eps 9-10)
Itaru Yamamoto as
Borka Bandit (eps 2, 6)
Soldier (ep 1)
Masako Isobe as Mother of the Stout Little Ones (eps 9-10)
Mitsuaki Kanuka as Musician B (ep 8)
Mitsuru Katō as Father of the Stout Little Ones (eps 9-10)
Miyuki Satou as Baby of the Stout Little Ones (ep 9)
Mutsumi Sasaki as Musician (eps 1, 8)
Naoki Tamanoi as Merchant (ep 1)
Rin Kanazawa as Mattis (young; ep 6)
Shin'ya Honda as Borka Bandit (eps 24-25)
Takeaki Masuyama as Borka Bandit (ep 6)
Takumi Tsukada as Borka (young; ep 6)
Yoshiyuki Kaneko as Commander (ep 8)
Youhei Tadano as Officer (ep 8)
Japanese companies
Animation Production: Polygon Pictures
Animation Production Cooperation: Studio Ghibli
Broadcaster:
BS Premium
NHK
English staff
English cast
ADR Director: David Freedman
Translation: Taro Goto
ADR Script: David Freedman
Adaptation: David Freedman
Assistant producer: Tetsu Shinagawa
Business Development: Thomas Gustafsson
Casting: Michelle Jones
Graphics: James Harman
Insert Song Lyrics:
David Freedman
Gavin Alexander
Insert Song Performance: Jess Robinson
Production Coordination:
Dan Henry
Lyn Freedman
Story Consultant:
Johan Palmberg
Malin Billing
Voice Direction:
David Freedman
Giles New
Teresa Gallagher as Ronja

Adrian Edmondson as Noodle Pete
Beth Chalmers as Undis
Bob Golding as
Borka
Knotas
Tjegge
Giles New as
Joen
Jutis
Labbas
Lill-Klippen
Jules de Jongh as Harpy
Kelly Adams as Birk
Morwenna Banks as Lovis
Rasmus Hardiker as
Fjosok
Pelje
Sturkas
Tjorm
Rufus Hound as Mattis

Gillian Anderson as Narrator
Ish Freedman as Musician A
Jeff Marsh as Musician B
Jonathan Ross as Male Rumphobs
Naomi Freedman as Female Rumphobs
Paul Mari as Passenger
English companies
Additional Recording: Sonic Vault Studios (Los Angeles)
Graphics: TC Soho
International Sales: Serious Lunch Ltd
Internet Streaming: Amazon Prime Video
Licensed by: Serious Lunch Ltd
Recording Studio: Tambourine Sound Studios (London)
Spanish staff
Spanish cast
ADR Director: Ferso Velázquez (Mexican dub)
Eva Andrés as Ronja (Spain dub)
Montserrat Aguilar as Ronja (Mexican dub)

Alberto Bernal as Lill-Klippen (Mexican dub)
Alejandro Mayen as Mattis (Mexican dub)
Alicia Barragán as Birk (Mexican dub)
Carlos Domínguez as Sturkas (Mexican dub)
Cesar Arias as Noodle Pete (Mexican dub)
David Allende as Jutis (Mexican dub)
Francisco Villasis as Joen (Mexican dub)
Guadalupe Salmorán as Lovis (Mexican dub; singing voice)
Héctor Estrada as Tjegge (Mexican dub)
Hugo Navarrete as Fjosok (Mexican dub)
Jesus Cortez as Borka (Mexican dub)
Jocelyn Robles as Lovis (Mexican dub)
Mónica Villaseñor as Undis (Mexican dub)
Oscar Rangel as Labbas (Mexican dub)
Pablo Moreno as Tjorm (Mexican dub)
Rafael Ordonez Arrieta as Mattis (Spain dub)
Ricardo Bautista as Pelje (Mexican dub)
Ricardo Rocha as Knotas (Mexican dub)
Rosa López as Lovis (Spain dub)

Cecilia Airol as Arpia (Mexican dub)
Dario Torrent as Sturkas (Spain dub)
Elena Torres as Arpía (Mexican dub)
Ferso Velázquez as Turre (Mexican dub)
Karina Altamirano as Arpía (Mexican dub)
Martha Ramírez Velázquez as Arpía (Mexican dub)
Rocio Prado as Narrator (Mexican dub)
Rubén Felis as Lil-Klippen (Spain dub)

Antonio Sánchez (Mexican dub)
César Beltrán (Mexican dub)
Chema Gadzky (Mexican dub)
Cuauhtémoc Miranda (Mexican dub)
Enric Puig (Spain dub)
Gabriel Juárez (Mexican dub)
Julio Bernal (Mexican dub)
Miguel de León (Mexican dub)
Tommy Rojas (Mexican dub)
Wendy Malvárez (Mexican dub)
Spanish companies
ADR Studio: Ruido Records (Mexican dub)
Broadcaster: Canal Once (Mexico)
Distributor: Yowu Entertainment (Spain)
Internet Streaming: Movistar+ (Spain)
German staff
German cast
ADR Director: Petra Barthel

Casting: Falko Vedder
Ben Hadad as Birk Borkason
Sarah Kunze as Ronja

Claudia Urbschat-Mingues as Grausedrude
David Turba as Pelje
Florian Hoffmann as Sturkas
Henning Nöhren as Lil-Klippen
Jesco Wirthgen as Tjorm
Matti Klemm as Mattis
Peter Groeger as Skalle-Per
Peter Reinhardt as Knotas
Rainer Fritzsche as Tjegge
Tilo Schmitz as Borka
Tim Moeseritz as Fjosok

German companies
Distributor: Universum Anime
Dubbing: EuroSync GmbH

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