Reporter Blues (TV)

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Alternative title:
Toni, la reportera (Spanish) 
Toni, la reportera - Catalan language
Tony, a Repórter (Portuguese)
レポーターブルース (Japanese)
Running time: half hour per episode
Number of episodes: 52
Episode titles: We have 2
Vintage:
1990-07-02 (France)
1991-10-03 to 1991-11-08 (France)
1997-03-31 (C33 - Televisió de Catalunya)
2006-03-18 to 2007-05-04 (France - eps 27-52)
Opening Theme:
"Reporter Blues" by Simona Patitucci
"We're going to Paris" by Simona Patitucci 
Ending Theme:
"We Are Going to Paris" by Simona Patitucci
Trivia: We have 1
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Sumi Shimamoto as Antoinette "Tony" Plato

Daiki Nakamura as Alain
Ikuya Sawaki as Igor
Miki Narahashi as Fillipo
Ryoko Kinomiya as Lapen
Shinya Ohtaki as Chailleau

Etsuko Kozakura as Child (ep 23)
Fumio Matsuoka as Baron (ep 23)
Keisuke Yamashita as Leclerc (ep 23)
Omi Minami as Child (ep 23)
Takeharu Onishi as Becker (ep 23)
Yoshiharu Yamada as Subordinate (ep 23)
Japanese companies
Animation Production: TMS Entertainment
Broadcaster:
NHK
NHK BS-2
Laboratory: Tokyo Laboratory
Photography: TMS Photo
Recording Studio:
APU Studio (probably only eps 27-52)
D.S.D. Eureka (probably only eps 1-26)
French cast
French staff
ADR Director: Gérard Dessalles
Anne Rondeleux as Tony

Francois Leccia as Alain
Michèle Bardollet as Mme Ralin

Frédéric Bouraly as Sagata
Gérard Dessalles as
Inspecteur Calvignac
Lagrange
Jacques Brunet as Mr Chailleau (2ème voix)
Jacques Richard as Mr Chailleau (1ère voix)
Lucie Dolene as
Léontine
Mme Calvignac
Pierrot
Marie Daems as Olalia
René Bériard as Professeur (2ème voix)
René Renot as Professeur (1ère voix)
French companies
Broadcaster:
Canal + (from 2 July 1990)
France 3 (from 2 August 1996)
Mangas (from 1998)
TF1 (from 8 January 1992)
Dubbing Studio: SOFI
Spanish staff
Spanish cast
Dubbing Director: Antonio Villar (Spain dub)
Translation: Anna Matamala (Catalan dub; eps 27-52)

Theme Song Performance:
Manolita Domínguez (OP; Catalan dub)
Ramón Llenas (END; Catalan dub)
Maria Josep Guasch as Antoinette "Tony" Dubois (Catalan dub)
Mercedes Hoyos as Antoinette "Tony" Dubois (Spain dub)

Antoni Forteza as Alain (Catalan dub)
Antonio Villar as Alain (Spain dub)
Carmen Prats as Madame Lapen (Spain dub)
Marta Padovan as Madame Ralen (Catalan dub)

Alberto Hidalgo as Esbirro de Mme Lapen (Spain dub)
Angel Corpa as Mayordomo del Baron (Spain dub)
Antonio Inchausti as Secuestrador Igor (Spain dub)
Carmen Contreras as Eulàlia (Catalan dub)
Carmen Prats as
Hélène (Spain dub)
Madame Calvignac (Spain dub)
Daniel Palacios as Mayordomo de Mme Lapen (Spain dub)
Emilia Dominguez as
Directora galeria del Louvre (Spain dub)
Sra. Leontine (Spain dub)
Federico Menescal as Inspector Calvignac (Catalan dub)
Francesc Figuerola as Sr. Chailleau (Catalan dub)
Francisco Alborch as Al Capone (Catalan dub)
Gal Soler as Sr. Chevalier (Catalan dub)
Geni Rey as Pierrot (Catalan dub)
Idilio Cardoso as Comisario Dupont (Spain dub)
Javier Del Río as Amigo de Tony y Alain (Spain dub)
Jesús Prieto as Profesor (Spain dub)
Joan Antón Ramoneda as Agent O'Hara (Catalan dub)
José Manuel Seda as Amigo de Tony y Alain (Spain dub)
Josep Maria Mas as Pier Mangés (Catalan dub)
Juan Fernández as
Baron de la Tortuga (Spain dub)
Millonario (Spain dub)
Manuel Lázaro as Professor (Catalan dub)
Mariano Fraile as
Director "La voix de Paris" (Spain dub)
Sr. Chailleau (Spain dub)
Marta Martorell as Mare de la Tony (Catalan dub)
Rafael Cuevas as Sr. Chevalier (Spain dub)
Ramon Puig as Pare de la Tony
Rosa Quintans as Eulalia (Spain dub)
Santi Lorenz as Alfonso de Guzmán (Catalan dub)

Amadeu Aguado (Catalan dub)
Ana Wagener (Spain dub)
Antonio Inchausti (Spain dub)
Eduardo Muntada (Catalan dub)
Ferran Llavina (Catalan dub)
Jordi Vilaseca (Catalan dub)
Miquel Bonet (Catalan dub)
Pep Torrents (Catalan dub)
Ramón Llenas (Catalan dub)
Spanish companies
Broadcaster:
Barcelona TV
Canal Sur (Spain)
K3 (Televisió de Catalunya)
La 2 (Spain dub)
Levante TV (Spain)
TV3 (Televisió de Catalunya)
Dubbing: SURCO (Spain dub)
Italian staff
Italian cast
Dubbing Director: Willy Moser
Music:
Mario Pagano (probably only eps 27-52)
Pino Massara
Stelvio Cipriani
Original story:
Gi Pagot
Marco Pagot
Executive producer: Luciano Scaffa

Graphic Design:
Gi Pagot
Marco Pagot
Music Arrangement: Patrick Djivas
Francesca Fiorentini as Antoinette "Tony" Dubois (2nd voice)
Laura Boccanera as Antoinette "Tony" Dubois (1st voice)

Oreste Baldini as Alain
Paila Pavese as Madame Lapen (2nd voice)

Ettore Conti as Gustavo
Gino Pagnani as Bricolage
Leo Valeriano as Avv. Gigou
Renato Montanari as Direttore del Giornale "Voix de Paris"
Italian companies
Broadcaster:
RaiDue
RaiUno (from 1992)
Dubbing: MOPS Film
Production: RAI
German staff
German cast
(none)
Dieter Ohlendiek as Mr. Le Sac
Fabian Harloff as Alain
Helgo Liebig as Instektor Gustav
Marco Kröger as O'Hara
Reinhilt Schneider as Madame Lapin
Stefan Brönneke as Fillipo
Tanja Schumann as Mrs. Le Sac
German companies
Broadcaster:
Junior (from 18 May 2003)
K-Toon (from 5 October 1999)
Kabel.1 (from 3 April 1995)
Pro.7 (from 7 January 1992)
Distributor: KSM
Portuguese staff
Portuguese companies
(none)
Broadcaster: RTP2 (Portugal)
Portuguese cast
(none)

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