Aim For The Best! (TV)

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Alternative title:
Ace o Nerae! (Japanese)
Aim for the Ace!
Jenny, Jenny (Italian)
Jenny, la Tennista (Italian)
Jeu, Set et Match (French)
Raqueta de Oro (Spanish)
Бей эйс! (Russian)
エースをねらえ! (Japanese)
Themes: sports, tennis
Objectionable content: Mild
Plot Summary: On her first day at Nishi High School, 15-year-old Hiromi Oka is inspired by top player Reika "Ochōfujin" Ryūzaki to take up tennis. Shortly after joining the school's tennis club, she encounters Jin Munakata, the club's new coach. Munakata puts everyone under rigorous training that even puts Ochōfujin to shame. Despite the hardships, Hiromi's determination prompts the coach to select her as part of the club's main players. Because of this, Hiromi must endure the peer pressure from her seniors to become an ace tennis player.
User Ratings: 54 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 3 votes (sub:3)
 Excellent: 3 votes (raw:1, sub:1, others:1
1 Spanish dubbed
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 Very good: 12 votes (sub:11, raw:1)
 Good: 19 votes (sub:14, dub:2, ?:1, raw:1, others:1
1 Italian dubbed
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 So-so: 6 votes (sub:3, raw:1, others:2
1 German subtitled
1 Italian dubbed
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1 Indonesian dubbed
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Seen in part or in whole by 218 users, rank: #3011 (of 7453)
Median rating: Good
Arithmetic mean: 6.852 (Good), std. dev.: 1.6489, rank: #3348 (of 7478)
Weighted mean: 6.816 (Good−), rank: #3342 (of 7478) (seen all: 7.25 / seen some: 5.89 / won't finish: 5.86)
Bayesian estimate: 6.951 (Good), rank: #2651 (of 5647)
Running time: 23 minutes per episode
Number of episodes: 26
Episode titles: We have 26
Vintage:
1973-10-05 to 1974-03-29
1988-12-09 (France)
1991 (Spain)
Release dates: We have 20
Opening Theme:
"Ace o Nerae!" (エースをねらえ!; Aim for the Ace!) by Kumiko Ohsugi
Ending Theme:
"Shiroi Tennis Court de" (白いテニスコートで; White Tennis Court) by Kumiko Ohsugi
Links: We have 3
Trivia: We have 1
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Series Director: Osamu Dezaki
Script:
Kazuo Hayata (ep 16)
Masao Maruyama (8 episodes
eps 4, 7, 10, 12-13, 18, 20, 23
)

Minoru Satō (ep 24)
Mitsuru Majima (8 episodes
eps 3, 6, 9, 11, 15, 17, 22, 26
)

Tatsuo Tamura (5 episodes
eps 1-2, 5, 8, 10
)

Yoshio Takeuchi (4 episodes
eps 14, 19, 21, 25
)

Storyboard:
Hideo Kujū (ep 18)
Makura Saki (10 episodes
eps 1-2, 6, 8, 10, 13, 19-20, 24, 26
)

Masami Hata (8 episodes
eps 7, 10-16 even, 21, 23, 25
)

Noboru Ishiguro (ep 4)
Sōji Yoshikawa (eps 3, 5, 9, 15)
Susumu Kaida (ep 11)
Takekatsu Kikuta (eps 17, 22)
Music: Goh Misawa
Original Manga: Sumika Yamamoto
Character Design:
Akio Sugino
Takeo Kitahara
Art Director: Tsutomu Ishigaki
Key Animation:
Kazuo Yamazaki
Osamu Dezaki
Yoshiaki Kawajiri (ED; 6 episodes
eps 1, 6, 10, 14, 18, 23
)

Theme Song Arrangement: Goh Misawa
Theme Song Composition: Goh Misawa
Theme Song Performance: Kumiko Ohsugi
Makoto Kousaka as Hiromi Oka
Masako Ikeda as Reika "Ochōfujin" Ryūzaki

Katsuji Mori as Takayuki Tōdō
Kouji Nakata as Jin Munakata
Masako Sugaya as Maki Aikawa
Yoshiko Ohta as Kyōko Otowa

Masayuki Katō as Sōichirō Ryūzaki
Michihiro Ikemizu as Yū Ozaki
Osamu Ichikawa as Takashi Chiba
Toshiko Sawada as Ranko Midorikawa
Japanese companies
French staff
French cast
Dubbing Director: Pierre Fromont

Theme Song Performance: Bernard Minet
Jackie Berger as Hélèna Orvall
Nathalie Régnier as Reine Radiguet/Miss Papillon

Anneliese Fromont as Sophie Aretti
Barbara Tissier as Michelle Herman
Emmanuel Curtil as
François Fournier
Jean Mallet
Fabrice Josso as Phillipe Todoh
Joelle Guigui as Ronda de Malguéné
Nathalie Régnier as Karine Tavernier

Pierre Fromont as Père de Reine
French companies
Broadcaster:
AB Cartoons
Mangas
TF1 (from 9 December 1988)
Dubbing: Dovidis
Spanish staff
Spanish cast
Theme Song Lyrics: G. Ledem (Spain dub)
Theme Song Performance: Sol Pilas (Spain dub)
Marta Sáinz as Marta Nolan (Spain dub)
Rosa Sanchez as Rosa Ross "Madame Butterfly" (Spain dub)

Antonio Cobos as Jon (Spain dub)
Blanca Rada as María (Spain dub)
Cholo Moratalla as Luis (Spain dub)
Daniel Sánchez as Reporter (Spain dub)
Eduardo Del Hoyo as
Eduardo (Spain dub)
Racket's Seller (Spain dub)
Ingrid Ravel as Ingrid O'Connor (Spain dub)
Jesús Rodríguez as Roberto (Spain dub; substitution)
Juan Logar as Jeremias O'Conor (Spain dub)
Pablo Sevilla as
Borja (Spain dub)
Host (Spain dub)
Roberto (Spain dub)
Sara Vivas as
Morita (Spain dub)
Sara (Spain dub)
Teresa Acaso as
Roberto's Neighbour in New York (Spain dub)
Teresa (Spain dub)
Spanish companies
Broadcaster: Telecinco (Spain)
Italian staff
Italian cast
Dubbing Director: Graziano Galoforo (2nd edition)
Executive producer: Ludovica Bonanome (2nd ed.)

Theme Song Performance:
Cristina D'Avena (2nd ed.)
Nico Fidenco (1st ed.)
Angelo Maggi as Jeremy (Jin Munakata) (2nd edition)
Delia Valle as Madame Butterfly
Laura Lenghi as Madame Butterfly (Reika Ryuuzaki) (2nd edition)
Piera Vidale as Jenny
Riccardo Rossi as Jeremy
Silvana Sodo as Madame Butterfly (Reika Ryuuzaki) (1st edition)
Susanna Fassetta as Jenny (Hiromi Oka) (2nd edition)

Antonella Rendina as Evelyn (2nd edition)
Emanuela Fallini as Madre di Jenny (2nd edition)
Giuliano Santi as Robin (2nd edition)
Luca Dal Fabbro as Billy (2nd edition)
Massimo Còrizza as Teddy
Massimo Corizzi as Teddy
Mauro Bosco as Signor Ross (2nd edition)
Monica Cadueri as Mary
Riccardo Rossi as Norman
Stefania Patruno as Rosy (2nd edition)
Stefano Onofri as Thomas (2nd edition)
Stella Musy as Mary (2nd edition)
Italian companies
Broadcaster:
Hiro (from July 2010)
Italia 1 (2nd edition, from 1992)
Rete 4 (1st edition, from October 1984)
Dubbing:
Cinitalia Edizioni (1st edition)
Teleas (2nd edition)

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