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The Slayers (TV)

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Alternative title:
Los Justicieros (Spanish)
Magiczni Wojownicy (Polish)
Reena y Gaudi (Spanish)
Slayers : Reena y Gaudy (Spanish)
Un incantesimo dischiuso tra i petali del tempo per Rina (Italian)
Рубаки (Russian)
Слеерс (Russian)
スレイヤーズ (Japanese)
마법소녀 리나 (Korean)
Objectionable content: Significant
Copyright notice: ©1995 H. Kanzaka/R. Araizumi / Kadokawa/TV Tokyo/TV Tokyo Medianet/Marubeni
Plot Summary: Lina Inverse, a wandering sorceress and bandit-killer, joins forces with roving swordsman Gourry Gabriev in what's supposed to be a quick union of convenience. Instead, an artifact Lina "liberated" from a gang of thieves turns out to be the key to the resurrection of the demon lord Shabranigdo. Urged on by the mysterious Red Priest Rezo, the pair has no choice but to fight the dark lord and his servants, accumulating new allies and enemies along the way.
User Ratings: 2048 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 189 votes (sub:101, dub:68, ?:6, raw:3, edit.dub:1, others:10
3 Spanish dubbed
2 French subtitled
1 Russian subtitled
1 Korean subtitled
1 Polish edited dub
1 German dubbed
1 Polish subtitled
 Excellent: 445 votes (sub:257, dub:155, ?:6, edit.dub:1, raw:1, others:25
4 German dubbed
3 Spanish dubbed
3 Russian subtitled
2 Korean subtitled
2 Portuguese subtitled
2 French subtitled
2 Polish subtitled
2 Spanish subtitled
1 German subtitled
1 Portuguese dubbed
1 Spanish edited dub
1 Czech subtitled
1 Russian dubbed
 Very good: 591 votes (sub:377, dub:168, ?:4, edit.dub:2, raw:2, others:38
14 Spanish dubbed
6 Spanish subtitled
5 Russian subtitled
3 Italian dubbed
2 Russian dubbed
2 Portuguese dubbed
1 Polish edited dub
1 Italian edited dub
1 Tagalog dubbed
1 German dubbed
1 Polish subtitled
1 Italian subtitled
 Good: 468 votes (sub:274, dub:165, raw:4, ?:3, edit.dub:3, others:19
7 Spanish dubbed
3 French subtitled
3 Spanish subtitled
1 Italian dubbed
1 German dubbed
1 Russian subtitled
1 Polish dubbed
1 Polish subtitled
1 Polish edited dub
 Decent: 210 votes (sub:128, dub:71, raw:3, others:8
4 Spanish dubbed
1 Spanish subtitled
1 Polish edited dub
1 Indonesian dubbed
1 German dubbed
 So-so: 79 votes (sub:43, dub:28, edit.dub:2, ?:2, others:4
2 Spanish dubbed
2 Portuguese dubbed
 Not really good: 18 votes (sub:12, dub:3, ?:1, others:2
1 Italian dubbed
1 German dubbed
 Weak: 31 votes (dub:15, sub:12, ?:1, others:3
2 Portuguese dubbed
1 French subtitled
 Bad: 13 votes (dub:7, sub:4, ?:1, others:1
1 Portuguese dubbed
 Awful: 3 votes (sub:3)
 Worst ever: 1 vote (dub:1)
Seen in part or in whole by 4562 users, rank: #184 (of 9683)
Median rating: Very good
Arithmetic mean: 7.690 (Very good−), std. dev.: 1.5253, rank: #1286 (of 9808)
Weighted mean: 7.617 (Very good−), rank: #1330 (of 9808) (seen all: 7.83 / seen some: 6.85 / won't finish: 4.97)
Bayesian estimate: 7.617 (Very good−), rank: #1049 (of 7427)
Running time: 25 minutes per episode
Number of episodes: 26
Episode titles: We have 26
1995-04-07 to 1995-09-29
1997-02-07 (Philippines)
1997-08-13 to 1997-09-11 (Italy)
1998-03 to 1998-04 (Chile Broadcast - Chilevisión)
1998-10-26 (Spain - TVE-2)
2002-03-18 (Germany)
2003-08-18 (Brazil, Band)
2004-02-01 (Malaysia, TV2 - Kids World on 2)
2005-12-31 to 2006-02-25 (France)
Release dates: We have 3
Opening Theme:
"Get Along" by Masami Okui and Megumi Hayashibara
Ending Theme:
"Kujikenai Kara!" by Masami Okui and Megumi Hayashibara
Links: We have 4
Trivia: We have 8
News: Show:
Opening Ceremonies (Jul 29, 2011)
ADV September Releases (Jun 9, 2005)
CPM Cancels Releases (Feb 7, 2005)
CPM Drops Slayers Price (Dec 29, 2004)
New Releases (Dec 17, 2004)
CPM Slayers Deals (Nov 20, 2004)
ADV Films (Sep 1, 2003)
ADV Films panel (Jul 21, 2003)
BESM News (Jul 11, 2003)
New Sakura-Con Guests (Apr 2, 2003)
Katsucon News (Feb 18, 2003)
OhayoCon 2003: Part II (Jan 21, 2003)
BESM to be Ported to d20 (Sep 29, 2002)
Pioneer Entertainment (Sep 7, 2002)
AX 2002: CPM Panel (Jul 11, 2002)
AX 2002: ADV Panel (Jul 10, 2002)
Slayers Air Date Set? (Jun 23, 2002)
Slayers Exchange Back on (Jun 21, 2002)
Two New BAAF Guests (Jun 7, 2002)
Slayers DVD trade in (May 19, 2002)
CPM Release Dates (Apr 26, 2002)
Kare Kano Dub List (Mar 27, 2002)
BAAF Wrap-up PR (Nov 14, 2001)
Upcoming ADV Releases (Oct 3, 2001)
ADV Cancelations (Sep 12, 2001)
New Anime Movies in Japan (Jul 17, 2001)
ADV at AX (Jul 7, 2001)
TRSI does the Boogiepop (Jun 14, 2001)
ACen 2001: ADV Films (May 11, 2001)
Anime Central Guests News (Apr 23, 2001)
Anime Central Guest List (Feb 16, 2001)
Slayers Dub Information (Feb 14, 2001)
Releases from Viz (Nov 2, 2000)
ADV Films (Oct 21, 2000)
Tri-Zenon Images. (Sep 28, 2000)
Slayers Box Set Update (Sep 25, 2000)
Slayers DVD Petition (Sep 21, 2000)
News from AWA (Oct 18, 1999)
Further AX '99 Updates (Jul 20, 1999)
US Anime News Briefs (May 21, 1999)
Press Release:
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DVD (Region 1)
    Anime Test Drive - 8-Pack Brick (DVD) 2004-04-27
    The Slayers - Season 1 (DVD) delayed/cancelled (from $69.99)
    The Slayers - Collection (DVD) 2000-06-01 (from $75.98)
    The Slayers - Collection [Remastered Audio] (DVD) 2002-06-11
    The Slayers - The Complete First Season (DVD) 2007-08-21 (from $134.71)
    The Slayers - The First Three Seasons (DVD) 2009-08-04 (from $124.49)
    The Slayers - Anime Test Drive (DVD 1) 2004-04-27 (from $8.93)
    The Slayers (LD 1) 1996-07-02
    The Slayers (LD 2) 1996-07-02
    The Slayers (LD 3) 1996-11-05
    The Slayers [Dub] (LD 4) 1997-07-23
    The Slayers [Dub] (LD 5) 1997-07-23
    The Slayers [Dub] (LD 6) 1997-07-23

Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Takashi Watanabe
Series Composition: Takao Koyama
Jirō Takayama (8 episodes
eps 4, 8, 10, 13, 18, 22, 25-26

Jukki Hanada (eps 7, 15)
Katsuhiko Chiba (eps 3, 11, 19)
Katsumi Hasegawa (5 episodes
eps 5, 12, 14, 20, 23

Seiko Watanabe (eps 9, 17)
Takao Koyama (eps 1-2)
Yasunori Yamada (4 episodes
eps 6, 16, 21, 24

Harumi Tamano (ep 18)
Hidekazu Sato (ep 9)
Hiromichi Matano (ep 14)
Hiroshi Matsuzono (eps 11, 21)
Iku Suzuki (eps 2, 7)
Jōhei Matsuura (ep 15)
Kazu Yokota (4 episodes
eps 3, 8, 17, 25

Kazuhito Kikuchi (ep 24)
Makoto Sokuza (ep 16)
Masato Satō (eps 4, 13, 22)
Shigeto Makino (ep 10)
Susumu Ishizaki (ep 6)
Takashi Kobayashi (eps 12, 23)
Takashi Watanabe (eps 1, 19, 26)
Yoshiaki Iwasaki (eps 5, 20)
Episode Director: Jōhei Matsuura (4 episodes
eps 5, 11, 15, 21

Unit Director:
Harumi Tamano (eps 18, 24)
Hidekazu Sato (ep 9)
Kazu Yokota (4 episodes
eps 3, 8, 17, 25

Makoto Sokuza (eps 2, 10, 16)
Masato Satō (eps 4, 13, 22)
Susumu Ishizaki (ep 6)
Takashi Kobayashi (eps 12, 23)
Takashi Watanabe (eps 1, 26)
Toshihiko Tadano (ep 19)
Yoshiaki Iwasaki (eps 7, 14, 20)
Original story: Hajime Kanzaka
Character Design: Naomi Miyata
Art Director: Toshihisa Tōjō
Animation Director:
Atsuo Tobe (eps 14, 20)
Hiroto Katō (4 episodes
eps 3, 8, 17, 25

Jōji Kikuchi (5 episodes
eps 5, 12, 18, 21, 24

Kazuhiro Sasaki (4 episodes
eps 2, 7, 16, 23

Kumiko Shishido (eps 4, 13, 22)
Mitsuru Obunai (eps 11, 15)
Moto Kawaguchi (ep 6)
Naomi Miyata (4 episodes
eps 1, 10, 19, 26

Satoru Minowa (ep 9)
Character Conceptual Design: Rui Araizumi
Director of Photography: Shigeo Kamiyama
Executive producer: Tsuguhiko Kadokawa
Animation producer: Koji Ogiwara
Associate producer:
Noriko Kobayashi
Yumiko Yazaki
Background Art:
Akemi Ito (Take One; eps 1-25 odd)
Eiji Iwase (Studio Tulip; eps 2-26 even)
Hideto Nakahara (Studio Tulip; eps 2-26 even)
Tomoko Sasaki (Take One; eps 1-25 odd)
Yuka Arai (Take One; eps 1-25 odd)
Yukiko Nakahara (Studio Tulip; eps 2-26 even)
Color Coordination:
Hiroyuki Mori (eps 2-3, 6)
Kana Sakano (8 episodes
eps 5, 8, 11, 14, 17, 20, 23, 26

Yuri Ootawa (15 episodes
eps 1, 4, 7, 9-10, 12-13, 15-16, 18-19, 21-22, 24-25

Effects: Hidenori Arai
Finish Animation:
Hiroyuki Mori (eps 1, 4-5)
Honami Shimano (20 episodes
eps 1-6, 8, 11, 13-14, 16-17, 19-26

Kana Sakano (12 episodes
eps 1-4, 6-7, 9-10, 12-13, 15, 18

Yuko Yamate (24 episodes
eps 1-7, 9-12, 14-26

Yuri Ootawa (eps 2-3, 5-6, 8)
In-Between Animation:
Akio Umemoto (17 episodes
eps 1-7, 9-11, 13, 16-17, 19-25 odd

Kaori Fujita (11 episodes
eps 1-6, 8, 12-18 even

Mie Nakamoto (ep 26)
Osamu Ohashi (eps 20-26 even)
Yasushi Matsuzaki (15 episodes
eps 1-6, 8, 12-26 even

Yoshimasa Chikahisa (17 episodes
eps 1-7, 9-11, 13-25 odd

In-Between Check:
Hideki Sugawara (12 episodes
eps 2-8 even, 12-26 even

Mitsutaka Kaneko (14 episodes
eps 1-9 odd, 10-11, 13-25 odd

Key Animation:
Akihiro Kanayama (ep 9)
Akiko Nishio (ep 9)
Akio Kawamura (eps 4, 22)
Akio Shimotsukasa (K-Production; eps 12, 15, 24)
Akira Maruyama (6 episodes
eps 7, 9, 13-14, 20, 26

Akira Shinoda (K-Production; 5 episodes
eps 1, 5, 12, 15, 24

Atsuo Tobe (ep 20)
Eiji Uemura (eps 10, 17)
Hideyuki Kataoka (K-Production; eps 15, 21)
Hiromi Maezawa (4 episodes
eps 8, 14, 19, 26

Hiroto Katō (ep 1)
Hiroyuki Terada (eps 7, 23)
Jōji Ōshima (K-Production; 5 episodes
eps 5, 11, 15, 21, 24

Jun Nakai (4 episodes
eps 3, 8, 17, 25

Junichi Hashimoto (eps 8, 17, 25)
Junichi Nagano (ep 2)
Junichi Takaoka (4 episodes
eps 10, 16, 20, 26

Junko Matsushita (4 episodes
eps 8, 14, 16, 23

Kanji Hara (K-Production; 6 episodes
eps 5, 11-12, 18, 21, 24

Kanji Nagasaka (eps 8, 16, 23)
Kaoru Yabana (4 episodes
eps 8, 14, 19, 26

Kazuhiko Ishii (eps 4, 13, 22)
Kazuhiro Koyama (4 episodes
eps 3, 8, 17, 25

Kazuo Kouno (ep 6)
Kazuyo Nakamura (eps 16, 19, 26)
Keiichi Ishida (eps 17, 25)
Kiichi Suzuno (eps 10, 16, 23)
Kiyoshi Nohji (eps 7, 23)
Kōichirō Ono (ep 26)
Koji Hirauma (ep 9)
Kumiko Kasuga (eps 2, 6)
Kumiko Shishido (eps 4, 13)
Makoto Takahoko (K-Production; eps 1, 12, 20)
Miho Tachibana (K-Production; eps 15, 21)
Mitsuru Obunai (K-Production; eps 15, 21)
Miyuki Shimabukuro (ep 2)
Mizue Ogawa (K-Production; 6 episodes
eps 1, 5, 11, 15, 21, 24

Motoo Sato (4 episodes
eps 8, 14, 16, 23

Noriko Omori (4 episodes
eps 2, 7, 16, 23

Satoru Iida (eps 19, 25)
Satoru Shiraishi (ep 6)
Satoshi Kubo (ep 19)
Sawako Yamamoto (ep 2)
Shigeki Awai (eps 5, 10, 16)
Shigeki Satō (K-Production; 4 episodes
eps 11, 18, 21, 24

Shigenobu Nagasaki (K-Production; 5 episodes
eps 11-12, 18, 21, 24

Shigeru Uchihara (ep 7)
Shigeyuki Teraji (eps 2, 6)
Shinnosuke Kon (K-Production; ep 15)
Shinsuke Ishikawa (eps 3, 17, 25)
Shou Kojima (eps 3, 19)
Sumio Watanabe (eps 10, 26)
Takahiro Hosoki (ep 6)
Takanori Okada (ep 13)
Tatsuhiro Nagaki (K-Production; 4 episodes
eps 1, 5, 11, 18

Tomoaki Chishima (4 episodes
eps 7, 14, 20, 26

Tomohisa Miyake (4 episodes
eps 2, 7, 16, 23

Toshiaki Iino (6 episodes
eps 8, 13-14, 19, 22, 26

Toshinobu Togawa (ep 9)
Tsutomu Murakami (ep 7)
Watashi Morika (ep 22)
Yasuhiro Namatame (4 episodes
eps 3, 10, 17, 19

Yasuhiro Suzuki (eps 19, 25)
Yasuko Kohara (eps 4, 13, 22)
Yasutaka Hanabusa (6 episodes
eps 1, 5, 10, 14, 19, 26

Yoshimasa Chikahisa (ep 10)
Yoshinori Takahashi (ep 3)
Yoshito Anraku (eps 7, 9, 14)
Yūji Koume (ep 1)
Yukihito Ogomori (4 episodes
eps 3, 8, 17, 25

Yukio Senoue (eps 7, 14, 20)
Yumiko Kinoshita (4 episodes
eps 2, 7, 16, 23

Monster Design: Kenji Teraoka
Chizu Miyazaki (E&G Films; eps 2-26 even)
Junko Okamoto (E&G Films; eps 2-26 even)
Nobuhiro Kawakami (E&G Films; eps 1-25 odd)
Teruo Abe (E&G Films; eps 1-25 odd)
Production Advancement:
Hiroyuki Tsuchiya (5 episodes
eps 4, 8, 11, 16, 20

Miyako Kamimiya (ep 5)
Ryuichi Uesugi (4 episodes
eps 10, 14, 19, 23

Yuji Ebihara (7 episodes
eps 2, 6, 9, 13, 17, 21, 26

Recording: Kōhei Ōishi
Recording Director: Sadayoshi Fujino
Senior Director: Takashi Watanabe
Series Structure: Takao Koyama
Special Effects: Takashi Maekawa
Theme Song Arrangement:
Toshiro Yabuki (ED)
Tsutomu Ohira (OP)
Theme Song Composition:
Hidetoshi Sato (OP)
Masami Okui (ED)
Theme Song Lyrics: Satomi Arimori
Theme Song Performance:
Masami Okui (OP/ED)
Megumi Hayashibara (OP/ED)
Megumi Hayashibara as Lina Inverse
Yasunori Matsumoto as Gourry Gabriev

Bin Shimada as Zangulz
Hikaru Midorikawa as Zelgadis
Hirohiko Kakegawa as Dilgear
Hiroshi Yanaka as Vrumugun
Katsuhisa Hōki as Rodimus
Masami Suzuki as Amelia
Masato Hirano as Zolf
Takehito Koyasu as Rezo
Yumi Touma as Sylpheel Nels Lahda

Ai Satou as Cally (ep 15)
Daisuke Gouri as Ruby Eye Shabranigdo
Eiji Maruyama as Saman (ep 1)
Etsuko Ishikawa as Eris
Fumi Morisawa as Girl (ep 16)
Hironori Miyata as Priest (ep 15)
Jin Hirao as Restaurant Owner (ep 17)
Jūrōta Kosugi as Moranboran
Katsuhisa Hōki as Chief (ep 1)
Katsuya Shiga as Actor (ep 16)
Kazumi Tanaka as Diba (ep 22)
Keisuke Yamashita as Zaboka (ep 14)
Kōji Ishii as
Knight (ep 13)
Wizard (ep 11)
Kōji Yusa as Lookout (ep 17)
Kōzō Shioya as
Thief A (ep 1)
Kujira as Wife (ep 2)
Masaharu Satō as
Soromu (ep 7)
Wizard 1 (ep 19)
Masahiro Anzai as Philionel El Di Saillune
Masaki Aizawa as Man A (ep 15)
Masato Hirano as Wizard 2 (ep 19)
Mifuyu Hiiragi as
Boy (ep 8)
Town Girl (ep 5)
Waitress (ep 9)
Minoru Inaba as Randy
Mitsuaki Hoshino as Innkeeper (ep 2)
Naoki Bandō as Examiner A (ep 16)
Naoki Makishima as Lizard Man (ep 16)
Nobuyuki Hiyama as Samurai (ep 13)
Rin Mizuhara as Old lady B (ep 12)
Ritsuo Sawa as Shopkeeper (ep 2)
Saeko Shimazu as Remi
Shinpachi Tsuji as Thief A (ep 12)
Takashi Nagasako as
Guard A (ep 16)
Hero A (ep 15)
Highwayman (ep 11)
Messenger (ep 26)
Soldier A (ep 17)
Subordinate 1 (ep 6)
Takehiro Murozono as
Fake Zorro (ep 13)
Thief C (ep 12)
Troupe member (ep 16)
Takehito Koyasu as
Copy Rezo
Takumi Yamazaki as Waiter (ep 1)
Tetsuya Iwanaga as Hallas Lyes (ep 15)
Tomomichi Nishimura as Rasubagu (ep 16)
Yasuhiko Kawazu as Examiner B (ep 16)
Yūichi Nagashima as
Thief B (ep 12)
Yukimasa Natori as Eruk (ep 18)
Yuko Tsuga as Old lady A (ep 12)
Yumi Fukamizu as Paula (ep 15)

Japanese companies
Animation: Egg Films 
Animation Production: E&G Films
Studio Tulip (eps 2-26 even)
Take One
Finish Animation: Bintan Junaka Carton Film (eps 7-26)
In-Between Animation: Bintan Junaka Carton Film (eps 7-26)
Key Animation: K-Production (5 episodes
eps 11-12, 15, 18, 24

Laboratory: Tokyo Laboratory
Music Production:
King Records
TV Tokyo Music
J.C. Staff 
Marubeni (eps 5-26)
TV Tokyo
Recording Studio: Tact Studios
Titles: Maki Production
English staff
English cast
ADR Director: Jim Malone
Translation: Neil Nadelman
Executive producer:
John O'Donnell (eps 14-26)
John Sirabella (eps 1-13)
Dubbing Manager:
Peter Bavaro (eps 14-26)
Dubbing Supervision:
Anthony Salerno (eps 14-26)
DVD Coordination:
Karel Havle
Tom Wayland
DVD Executive Producer: John O'Donnell
DVD Producer: Stephanie Shalofsky
Mix Engineer:
Dan Rich (eps 14-26)
Production Coordination:
Dimas Rodriguez (eps 1-13)
Edwin de la Cruz (eps 5-13)
Production Supervision:
Sam Liebowitz (eps 1-13)
Quality Control: Brian Mah
Record Edit:
Dante DeSole (Buttons Sound, Inc.)
Paul Levin (Buttons Sound, Inc.)
Rich Macar (Buttons Sound, Inc.)
Special Thanks To: Hitomi Koike (eps 1-13)
Eric Stuart as Gourry Gabriev
Lisa Ortiz as Lina Inverse

Carter Cathcart as Vrumugun (ep 13)
Charles Rolfe as Rezo the Red Priest (eps 3-10)
Crispin Freeman as Zelgadis Graywords (eps 18-26)
Daniel Cronin as Zelgadis Graywords (eps 2-10)
Jimmy Zoppi as
Prince Philionel el de Seyruun (eps 25-26)
Vrumugun (eps 14-26)
Joani Baker as Amelia Wil Tesla Seyruun (eps 11-13)
Junior Ringenbach as Rodimus
Liam O'Malley as Zangulus (ep 13)
Matt Black as Prince Philionel el de Seyruun (eps 11-13)
Peter Davis as Rezo the Red Priest (eps 18-26)
Stacia Crawford as Sylphiel Nels Lahda
Stan Hart as Zolf
Ted Lewis as Zangulus (eps 14-26)
Veronica Taylor as Amelia Wil Tesla Seyruun (eps 14-26)

Adam Sholder as
Eruk (ep 18)
Tiiba (ep 22)
Alissa Porta as Waitress (ep 9)
Bill McClure as Boy (ep 8)
Carter Cathcart as Wizard (ep 11)
Cliff Lazenby as Volun (ep 17)
Crispin Freeman as
Actor A (ep 16)
Hallas (ep 15)
David Moo as Sorcerer 2 (ep 19)
Eric Stuart as
Bandit C (ep 12)
Knight (ep 13)
Gene Jonson as Waiter (ep 1)
J. Willet as
Bandit A (ep 1)
Bandit Boss (ep 1)
Jessica Lauren as Town Girl (ep 5)
Jimmy Zoppi as
Bandit B (ep 12)
Innkeeper (ep 2)
Saman (ep 1)
Thief (ep 11)
John Dorsey as Zorom (ep 7)
Liam O'Malley as Warrior (ep 13)
Lobozzo as Randy (ep 11)
Nicole Cathcart as Shopkeeper's Wife (ep 2)
Rachael Lillis as
Cally (ep 15)
Rachael Nanstad as Eris
Roger Kay as
Bandit A (ep 12)
Dark Lord Shabranigdo
Minion #1 (ep 6)
Shopkeeper (ep 2)
Zorro Man (ep 13)
Ted Lewis as
Mr. Rossburg (ep 16)
Sorcerer 1 (ep 19)

English companies
Adaptation: Taj Studios Inc.
FUNimation Entertainment (North America)
Image Entertainment (LaserDisc)
Madman Entertainment (Australia & New Zealand)
Software Sculptors (North America)
DVD Digital Premastering: Crush Digital Video
DVD Menu Design: Crush Digital Video
Internet Streaming:
Anime News Network
Crackle (Expired)
Crunchyroll (North America; expired)
FUNimation Entertainment
Madman Screening Room (Australia & New Zealand)
Licensed by:
Central Park Media (Sub-licence (expired))
Enoki Films
FUNimation Entertainment (2005)
Post Production: Taj Studios Inc.
Post Production Audio:
Buttons Sound, Inc. (eps 1-13)
Post Production Video:
Chromavision (eps 5-13)
Producer: Taj Studios Inc.
Recording Studio:
Sonomat, Inc. (eps 14-26)
Subtitles: Captions, Inc.
French cast
French staff
ADR Director: Cyrille Artaux

Theme Song Performance: Séverine Nells
Cyrille Artaux as Tiva
Eric Etcheverry as Phil
François Creton as Gourry Gabriev
Léa Gabrielle as Amelia will Tesla Selone
Lionel Melet as Vulmugun
Magali Barney as Sylfile
Martial Leminoux as Zanglus
Patrice Melennec as Rodimas
Pierre-François Pistorio as Zelgadis Graywords
Véronique Uzureau as Lina Inverse
Vincent Violette as Delgia

French companies
AB 1 (from 8 January 2007)
Club RTL (from 2006)
Mangas (from 31 December 2005)
NT1 (from 4 September 2006)
Dubbing: Studio Lincoln
Spanish staff
Spanish cast
Dubbing Director: Daniel Sánchez (Spain dub)
Translation: Jaime Ortega (Spain dub)
Executive producer: Jorge Gabarró Frau (Selecta Visión)

Dubbing: Lipsync Audio (Caracas, Venezuela) 
Theme Song Performance: Carmen Olarte (OP&ED)
Carlos Arraiz as Zelgadys Greywords (True)
Jhaidy Barboza as Lina Inverse
Juan Logar Jr. as Gourry Gabriev (Spain dub)
Juan Carlos Vazquez as Gourry Gabriev
Marta Sáinz as Lina Inverse (Spain dub)

Amelia Jara as Amelia (Spain dub)
Carmelo Fernandez as Zolf "el hombre momia"
Carmen Olarte as Amelia
Daniel Sánchez as
Zangulus (Spain dub)
Zelgadis (Spain dub)
Domingo Moreno as Zanglus
Eduardo Rodríguez as Vulgun
Enrique J. Lles as Rezo (Spain dub)
Ivette Harting as Ellis
Marta Sáinz as Sylpheel (Spain dub)
Melanie Henriquez as Shiphiel
Ruben Leon as Dilgear
Salomón Adames as Rodimus

Alejo Felipe as Zoron (ep 7)
Amelia Jara as
Carrie (Spain dub)
Eris (Spain dub)
Aparicio Rivero as
Bartender (Spain dub)
Jewelryman (Spain dub)
Rodimus (Spain dub)
Zorom (Spain dub)
Armando Volcanes as
Priest (ep 15)
Saman (ep 1)
Carmelo Fernandez as Volun (ep 17)
Daniel Jiménez as Philionel El Di Saillune
Daniel Sánchez as
Dilgear (Spain dub)
Lasber (Spain dub)
Randy (Spain dub)
Shaman (Spain dub)
Enrique J. Lles as
Bolan the Brave (Spain dub)
Dragon Claw second in command (Spain dub)
Noonsa (Spain dub)
Philionel El Di Saillune (Spain dub)
Priest (Spain dub)
Rahanimu (Spain dub)
Rezo (copy) (Spain dub)
Shabranigudu (Spain dub)
Theater actor #1 (Spain dub)
Tiiba (Chiba) (Spain dub)
Vrumugum (Spain dub)
Zolf (Spain dub)
Esteban García as Priest Randy (ep 11)
Frank Carreño as
Saboga (ep 14)
Tiiba (ep 22)
Frank de Carip as Sr. Rassberg (ep 16)
Jesús Rondón as Mr. Elf (ep 15)
Jorge Saudinós as Hallas Lyes (Spain dub)
Juan Guzmán as
Bandit (ep 1)
Luis Carreño as
Harass Reiz (ep 15)
Waiter (ep 1)
Luis Pérez Pons as Bandits Boss (ep 1)
Maythe Guedes as Ellis
Oscar Zuloaga as Ruby Eye Shabranigdo
Ricardo Malfatti as Actor (ep 16)
Rocio Mallo as Ulah (ep 15)
Rossana Cicconi as Ellis
Yulika Krausz as Kari (ep 15)

Aparicio Rivero (Spain dub)
Daniel Sánchez (Spain dub)
Enrique J. Lles (Spain dub)
Juan Logar Jr. (Spain dub)
Marta Sáinz (Spain dub)
Spanish companies
Canal 2 Andalucia (Spain)
Canal 53 Madrid (Spain)
Chilevision (Chile)
ETC...TV (Chile)
Frecuencia Latina (Peru)
Magic Kids (Latin America)
Sorpresa! (USA)
Televen (Venezuela)
TV Azteca (Mexico)
TVE (Spain)
Arait Multimedia (Spain dub)
Rose Entertainment (Latin America)
Dubbing: Alamis Doblaje (Spain dub)
Dubbing Studio:
Arait Multimedia (Spain dub)
Lipsync Audio & Video (Caracas, Vzla)
Home Video: ETV Empresa Trasandina de Videos (Chile, Discontinued)
Internet Streaming:
Anime Box (Spain)
Netflix (Spain)
Licensed by:
MarketLink (Chile)
Rose Entertainment
Selecta Visión (Spain; 2017)
Italian staff
Italian cast
Dubbing Director:
Federico Danti (old dubbing)
Gualtiero Cannarsi (new dubbing) 
Massimiliano Alto (new dubbing)
Laura Valentini
Luisella Sgammeglia (old dubbing)
Executive producer:
Francesco Di Sanzo (new dubbing - new edition)
Nicola Bartolini Carrassi (old dubbing - old edition)

Benedetta Brugia (old and wrong dialogues)
Valerio Manenti (new and corrected dialogues)
Dubbing Assistant: Riccardo Rinaldi (new dubbing)
Dubbing Engineer: Stefania Fantini (new dubbing)
Christian Polini (new dubbing)
Moreno Grossi Pometti (old dubbing)
Mixing Supervision: Giorgio Bassanelli Bisbal (new dubbing)
Sound Technician: Massimo Sinceri (new dubbing)
David Polini (new dubbing)
Giancarlo Martino (old dubbing)
Tiziano Pellegris (old dubbing)
Theme Song Composition:
Franco Fasano (old dubbing)
Marco Mojana (old dubbing)
Theme Song Lyrics: Alessandra Valeri Manera (old dubbing)
Theme Song Performance: Cristina D'Avena (old dubbing)
Ignazio Giardina (old dubbing)
Tiziano Pellegris (old dubbing)
Diego Sabre as Guido [Gourry Gabriev] (old dubbing)
Emanuela Pacotto as Rina [Lina] Inverse (old dubbing)
Federica De Bortoli as Lina Inverse (new dubbing)
Niseem Onorato as Gourry Gabriev (new dubbing)

Claudio Moneta as Zelgadis [Zelgadiss Graywords] (old dubbing)
Debora Magnaghi as Silfiel (old dubbing)
Domitilla D'Amico as Amelia Will Tesla Saillune (new dubbing)
Federica Valenti as Amelia (old dubbing)
Federico Danti as Zanglus (old dubbing)
Francesca Manicone as Sylpheel Nels Lahda (new dubbing)
Francesco Prando as Rezo (new dubbing)
Gaetano Varcasia as Zangulus (Zangulz, new dubbing)
Gianfranco Gamba as Zeno [Rezo] (old dubbing)
Mario Scarabelli as Delgiar [Delgear] (old dubbing)
Massimiliano Manfredi as Zelgadiss Graywords (new dubbing)
Maurizio Scattorin as Rodimas [Rodimus] (old dubbing)
Pasquale Anselmo as Dilgear (new dubbing)
Pino Pirovano as Vulgun (Vrumugun, old dubbing)
Renzo Stacchi as Rodimus (new dubbing)

Alfredo Danti as
Saman (old dubbing; ep 1)
Zorom (old dubbing; ep 7)
Bruno Alessandro as Zorom (new dubbing; ep 7)
Cinzia Villari as Eris (new dubbing)
Dante Biagioni as Saman (new dubbing)
Francesco Venditti as Vrumgun (new dubbing)
Franco Mannella as Zolf (new dubbing)
Gianfranco Miranda as Lasbergh (new dubbing; ep 16)
Gianluca Iacono as Zolf (old dubbing)
Gianluca Tusco as Randy (new dubbing)
Luigi Ferraro as Noonsa (new dubbing; ep 5)
Maddalena Vadacca as Elis (old dubbing)
Manfredi Aliquò as Thief B (new dubbing; ep 12)
Marco Balzarotti as Bolan (old dubbing; ep 17)
Marco Vivio as Hallas (new dubbing; ep 15)
Mario Bombardieri as Ruby-Eye Shabranigdu (new dubbing)
Nicola Bartolini Carrassi as Armando (old dubbing; ep 15)
Patrizio Prata as Rahamir (old dubbing; ep 20)
Piero Tiberi as Zorom (new dubbing)
Pietro Ubaldi as
Filiberto [Philionel] (old dubbing)
Lasbergh (old dubbing; ep 16)
Sylpheel's father (new dubbing; ep 18)
Pino Pirovano as Noonsa (old dubbing; ep 5)
Sergio Romanò as Tiba (old dubbing; ep 22)
Stefano Albertini as Rendy (Randy, old dubbing; ep 11)
Vittorio Bestoso as Silfiel's father (Sylpheel's father, old dubbing; ep 18)
Vittorio Di Prima as Philionel El Di Saillune (new dubbing)

Achille D'Aniello (new dubbing)
Alessandro Ballico (new dubbing)
Alessandro Rigotti (new dubbing)
Antonio Bonanotte (new dubbing)
Christian Iansante (new dubbing)
Claudio Fattoretto (new dubbing)
Claudio Ridolfo (old dubbing)
Cristina Noci (new dubbing)
Cristina Piras (new dubbing)
Cristina Poccardi (new dubbing)
Daniele Giuliani (new dubbing)
Domenico Crescentini (new dubbing)
Elena Liberati (new dubbing)
Eleonora Reti (new dubbing)
Emidio La Vella (new dubbing)
Ennio Coltorti (new dubbing)
Ermanno Ribaudo (new dubbing)
Fulvia Lorenzetti (new dubbing)
Gabriele Trentalance (new dubbing)
Gaetano Lizzio (new dubbing)
Giacomo Zito (new dubbing)
Gianfranco Gamba (old dubbing)
Gianluca Crisafi (new dubbing)
Gianluca Machelli (new dubbing)
Giovanna Lombardi (new dubbing)
Graziella Polesinanti (new dubbing)
Luca Graziani (new dubbing)
Luciano Turi (new dubbing)
Manfredi Aliquò (new dubbing)
Marco Balzarotti (old dubbing)
Massimiliano Plinio (new dubbing)
Massimo Gentile (new dubbing)
Maurizio Fiorentini (new dubbing)
Mauro Magliozzi (new dubbing)
Micaela Incitti (new dubbing)
Michele D'Anca (new dubbing)
Nicola Braile (new dubbing)
Patrizio Prata (old dubbing)
Pietro Ubaldi (old dubbing)
Sacha De Toni (new dubbing)
Sergio Romanò (new dubbing)
Sergio Sivori (new dubbing)
Stefania Romagnoli (new dubbing)
Stefano Oppedisano (new dubbing)
Vittorio Di Prima (new dubbing)
Italian companies
Hiro (from 5 June 2009)
Italia 1 (from 13 August 1997)
Italia 2 (from 17 June 2013)
Italia Teen Television (from 1st October 2003)
Mediaset (old dubbing) 
Medusa Film (old dubbing, VHS)
Shin Vision (new dubbing)
CAST Doppiaggio (new dubbing)
DENEB Film (old dubbing)
Internet Streaming: Mediaset Infinity
German staff
German cast
Hubertus von Lerchenfeld as Gourry Gabriev
Shandra Schadt as Lina Inverse

Anke Kortemeier as Sylphiel
Dominik Auer as Zangulus
Florian Halm as Zelgadis Greywords
Pascal Breuer as Rezo
Sabine Bohlmann as Amelia Vil Tesla Sailoon
Tobias Lelle as Vrumugun

Crock Krumbiegel as Bolan
Dagmar Heller as Cally
Ekkehardt Belle as
Rubin Auge Shabranigdo
Thief (ep 12)
Gudo Hoegel as Randy
Horst Sachtleben as Zoron
Ivar Combrinck as Sylphiels Father
Kai Taschner as
Manfred Erdmann as Rodimas
Marc Stachel as Hallas Riso
Michael Schwarzmaier as Theatre Leader
Ole Pfennig as Larsberg
Pascal Breuer as Copy Rezo
Sonja Reichelt as
Tommi Piper as Philionel El Di Sailoon
German companies
Animax Germany (from 19 January 2010)
Junior (from 1st February 2003)
K-Toon (from 18 March 2002)
Russian staff
Russian companies
Distributor: MC Entertainment
Russian cast
Tagalog staff
Tagalog cast
Dubbing Director:
Arlene Bacay (Alta Productions Dub)
Montreal Repuyan
Script: Arlene Bacay (Alta Productions Dub)
Translation: Arlene Bacay (Alta Productions Dub)

Channel Director:: Joy Go
Channel Manager: Eric Ang Go
Ely Martin as Gourry Gabriev (GMA Dub & QTV Dub)
Filipina Pamintuan as Lina Inverse (GMA Dub & QTV Dub)
Jefferson Utanes as Gourry Gabriev (redubbed)
Katherine Masilungan as Lina Inverse (redubbed)

Ahlee Reyes as Sylphiel Nels Lahda (GMA Dub & QTV Dub)
Bernie Malejana as Dilgear
Jefferson Utanes as Zelgadiss Graywords (GMA Dub & QTV Dub)
John Hendrix as Rezo/Copy Rezo (GMA Dub & QTV Dub)
Klariz Magboo as Ameria Wil Tesla Saillune (GMA Dub & QTV Dub)
Maynard Llames as Zelgadis (redubbed)

Jo Anne Orobia as Amelia
John Hendrix as Zangulus (Alta Productions Dub)
Rafael Miranda as Rezo
Roger Aquino as Prince Philionel el de Saillune (GMA Dub & QTV Dub)
Rowena Benavidez as Sylpheel Nels Lahda
Tagalog companies
ALTA Productions (GMA Dub & QTV Dub)
Recording Studio: ALTA Productions (GMA Dub & QTV Dub)
Polish staff
Polish companies
2x2 TV
TVN Siedem
Polish cast
Portuguese staff
Portuguese cast
Dubbing Director: Leda Figueiró

Theme Song Performance: Nísia Moraes
Alfredo Rollo as Gaudi Gabriev
Letícia Quinto as Rina Inverse

Antônio Moreno as Rodimus
Daoiz Cabezudo as Dilgear
Sérgio Rufino as Zangulus

Affonso Amajones as Rezo, o monge vermelho
Alexandre Marconato as Zelgadiss
Carlos Campanile as Elc (ep 18)
Eleonora Prado as Éris
Emerson Camargo as Philionel Ei di Saillune
Fernanda Bullara as Améria
João Angelo as Shabranigdo
Luiz Antônio Lobue as Randionel Saillune (Randy)
Márcia Regina as Silfi
Sérgio Galvão as Saman
Sílvio Navas as Nunza

Portuguese companies
Rede 21 (Brazil)
Rede Bandeirantes (Brazil)
Dubbing Studio:
Dubla video 
Internet Streaming: Netflix (Portugal)

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