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Time Jam: Valerian & Laureline (French TV)

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Alternative title:
Valerian & Laureline
Valérian et Laureline (French)
ヴァレリアン&ロールリンヌ (Japanese)
Objectionable content: Mild
Based on: "Valérian and Laureline" (graphic novel) by Pierre Christin and Jean-Claude Mézières
Plot Summary: Space Time Agent trainee Valerian breaks the first rule of time travel and rescues Laureline, a girl about to be executed in 10th century France. The resulting shock wave alters the universe. When he and Laureline return to the future, Earth has disappeared and it is up to them both to repair the damage they caused. Hopefully without writing themselves out of existence.
Number of episodes: 40
Vintage: 2007-10-20 to 2008-03-05 (France)
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DVD (Region 1)
    Valerian & Laureline - Complete Collection (Dub.DVD) 2017-07-28 (from $58.00)

Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Hidekazu Sato
Animation Director:
Toru Yoshida
Toshiyuki Kubooka
Animation Character Design:
Fumihide Sai
Makoto Uno
Mechanical design:
Shoji Kawamori
Tsutomu Suzuki
Producer: Michiaki Sato

Assistant Director: Mizuho Sato
Japanese companies
Animation Production:
JM Animation
English cast
English staff
Executive producer:
Eiichi Takahashi
John Ledford
Producer: John Ledford

DVD Menu Design: Keiwing Chong
Packaging Design: Keiwing Chong
Production Coordination: Janice Williams
Production manager: Son Phan Le
Voice Direction:
Elisa Worthington
Pete Lewis
English companies
Casting: VSI Group (London)
Dubbing Studio: VSI Group (London)
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Licensed by: Sentai Filmworks
French staff
French cast
Director: Philippe Vidal
ADR Director: Gilbert Levy
Original Character Design: Charles Vaucelles
Gwendal Anglade as Valérian
Mélodie Orru as Laureline

Sophie Deschaumes as Rhonda

Bruno Carna as Vlagos
Caroline Combes as Ameïcha
Eric Peter as
Empereur Gorod IV
Guillaume de Tancarville
Fily Keita as Koren
Gilbert Levy as Gork Yodol
Pierre Tessier as Baral
Véronique Soufflet as Pyrna Elkali

French companies
Canal + Family (from 20 October 2007)
Game one (from 7 September 2009)
Mangas (from 19 June 2017)
Distributor: Mediatoon
Dubbing: Studio Chinkel
Spanish staff
Spanish companies
ETB 3 (Euskadi)
K3 (Televisió de Catalunya)
Spanish cast

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