Hiatari Ryoko (TV)

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Alternative title:
Alegre juventud (Spanish)
Questa allegra gioventù (Italian)
Ryoko, A New Day
Sunny Ryoko
Une Vie Nouvelle (French)
陽あたり良好! (Japanese)
Genres: comedy, romance
Plot Summary: Kasumi Kishimoto, a 15-year-old girl, is boarding at her aunt's house, which is near the school she will be attending in April. Upon arriving, she's surprised to find out that four male students are already living there.
User Ratings: 15 ratings have been given [details]
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 Excellent: 1 vote (others:1
1 Italian edited dub
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 Very good: 4 votes (sub:3, raw:1)
 Good: 8 votes (sub:5, raw:1, others:2
1 Italian dubbed
1 French dubbed
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 Not really good: 1 vote (others:1
1 French dubbed
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Seen in part or in whole by 67 users, rank: #4849 (of 7630)
Median rating: Good
Arithmetic mean: 7.133 (Good), std. dev.: 1.0873, rank: #2456 (of 7654)
Weighted mean: 7.029 (Good), rank: #2625 (of 7654) (seen all: 7.72 / seen some: 7.21 / won't finish: 5.95)
Bayesian estimate: 7.252 (Good+), rank: #1790 (of 5781)
Number of episodes: 48
Episode titles: We have 48
Vintage:
1987-03-29 to 1988-03-20
1990-09-17 (France Air Date)
Opening Theme:
#1: "Hiatari Ryôkô" by Aki Asakura
#2: "Kaettekita Machikadô" by Hiroaki Serizawa
#3: "Kanashimi wa BEAT ni Kaete (Rise and Shine)" by Ami Ozaki
Ending Theme:
#1: "Shitauchi no Maria" by Yume Kôba
#2: "Knife no Ue no Natsu" by Hiroaki Serizawa
#3: "Sekaijû no Hitsuji Kazoe Sasenaide" by Ami Ozaki
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Series Director: Gisaburō Sugii
Script:
Akinori Nagaoka
Higashi Shimizu (6 episodes
eps 2, 8, 14, 19, 26, 32
)

Hiroko Hagita (12 episodes
eps 1, 7, 11, 17, 21, 25, 30, 33, 38, 42, 44, 48
)

Hiroko Naka (4 episodes
eps 29, 34, 39, 45
)

Masahiro Kobayashi (ep 6)
Michiru Shimada (9 episodes
eps 3, 9, 13, 18, 23, 28, 35, 43, 47
)

Satoshi Namiki (ep 24)
Takashi Anno
Tomoko Konparu (8 episodes
eps 4, 10, 16, 20, 31, 36, 40, 46
)

Yuki Kuroiwa (7 episodes
eps 5, 12, 15, 22, 27, 37, 41
)

Original creator: Mitsuru Adachi
Art Director: Katsuyoshi Kanemura
Sound Director: Fusanobu Fujiyama
Executive producer: Ren Usami (OB Planning)
Producer:
Chihiro Kameyama (Fuji TV)
Masamichi Fujiwara (TOHO)
Shigeji Tsuiki (Group TAC)
Takashi Ishihara (Fuji TV)
Yoshinobu Nakao (Fuji TV)

Background Art: Katsuyoshi Kanemura
Production Cooperation: Kenichi Kuroki
Yumi Morio as Kasumi Kashimoto

Yuji Mitsuya as Takasugi Yusaku

Hiromi Tsuru as Keiko
Junichi Sugawara as Takei
Jūrōta Kosugi as Takanesawa
Kaneto Shiozawa as Shin Mikimoto
Katsuhiro Nanba as Makoto
Kazue Komiya as Chigusa
Kazuhiko Inoue as Muraki Katsuhiko
Keiichi Nanba as Kodama
Kobuhei Hayashiya as Takashi Ariyama
Miina Tominaga as Maria Ohta
Ryusei Nakao as Momiage
Saeko Shimazu as Enomoto Kyouko
Shigeru Chiba as
Kenji Morimatsu
Shinichirō Ōta
Yukari Hishizu as Girl B
Yukari Takayama as girl B (ep 1)
Yuko Hayashi as girl A (ep 1)
Japanese companies
Animation Production: Group TAC
Editing: Imagica
Finish Animation:
J.C. Staff
SHAFT
Gallop
Music Production: Toho Music Publishing
Photography: Gallop
Sound Production: Zack Promotion
French staff
French cast
Theme Song Performance: Claude Lombard
Laurence Crouzet as Béatrice Rousseau

Alain Courivaud as Maurice
Daniel Rivière as Hubert
Gérard Malabat as Hervé
Thierry Wermuth as Rodrigue

Béatrice Bruno as Maria
Bernard Métraux as Paulo
Christian Visine as Jean-Louis
Emmanuelle Bondeville as Catherine
Francois Leccia as Jean-Yves (Maria's father)
Gilles Laurent as Eric (1st voice)
Jean-Louis Horwitz as Jacquot
Jean-Loup Horwitz as Jacquot
Lionel Henry as Eric (2nd voice)
Marc Alfos as Gérard
Maurice Decoster as Stéphane
Michel Lasorne as College headmaster
Pascal Renwick as Patrice
Patrick Borg as Dominique
Sylvain Clément as Fredo
Sylvie Feit as Aunt Hélène

French companies
ADR Production: Studio Chrismas Films
Broadcaster:
AB 1 (from 2002)
La 5 (from 17 September 1990)
Mangas (from August 2000)
TF1 (from 6 July 1991)
Distributor: Déclic Images
Dubbing Studio: Chrismax Films
Spanish staff
Spanish cast
Dubbing Director: Alfonso Laguna (Spain dub)

Adaptation: Alfonso Laguna (Spain dub)
Theme Song Lyrics: G. Ledem (Spain dub)
Theme Song Performance: Sol Pilas (Spain dub)
Adelaida López as Adahara (Spain dub)

Iván Jara as Guille (Spain dub)

Alfonso Laguna as Diego (Spain dub)
Ana Maria Mari as Diana (Spain dub)
Eduardo Gutierrez as
Entrenador (Spain dub)
Nacho (Spain dub)
Lorenzo Beteta as Roberto (Spain dub)
Pilar González Aguado as Maria (Spain dub)

Spanish companies
Broadcaster: Telecinco (Spain - from 1992)
Dubbing: Sincronia (Madrid - Spain dub)
Italian staff
Italian cast
Dubbing Director: Maurizio Torresan

Theme Song Performance: Cristina D'Avena
Donatella Fanfani as Marina

Aldo Stella as Mimmo
Diego Sabre as Enzo
Donato Sbodio as Guidone
Guido Rutta as Riccardo
Karin Giegerich as Elisabetta
Luca Semeraro as Paolo
Marco Balzarotti as Sandro
Pietro Ubaldi as Preside
Raffaele Farina as Stefano
Roberto Colombo as
Allenatore di Baseball
Silvano
Rossana Bassani as Irma
Stefano Albertini as Adriano
Stefano Dondi as Andrea
Italian companies
Broadcaster:
Italia 1 (from 1988)
Junior TV
Distributor: Merak Film
Dubbing: Merak Film

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