In 17th century France, young Dogtanian travels to Paris to fulfill his ambition to become one of the King's Musketeers. He befriends Athos, Porthos and Aramis and falls in love with Juliette. A doggy version of the tale.
This animated series follows the life of a girl named Candy, in a soap-opera way. The story begins with Candy as a baby in the orphanage and contiues with her childhood and teenage years, in a life full of drama and strong emotions. Written by
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Argentinian voice actress Cecilia Gispert was the Latinamerican voice actress of Candy. She also sang both the opening and ending themes, performed by Mitsuko Horie in the original Japanese version. See more »
The first big-budget anime dub in Greece and still one of the best
I remember in the early '80s, when we had only two TV stations, both state-run, that there was a great publicity for a Japanese animated series with a lot of episodes, which would be dubbed in Greek and even the title song would be translated. My memory doesn't serve me too well, as I have forgotten the actors and actresses and the singer of the Greek version, but it caused quite a stir.
Compared to other cartoon/anime dubs I've seen, the voice acting was superb and I occasionally see some episodes running on regional channels. It's always very enjoyable, I must say. The anime style of that era happens to be my favorite: detailed, beautiful, hand-drawn landscapes, rather realistic character designs, without the featureless faces seen in modern productions...
It marked my youth. Although many people would say it was a girlie show, lots of boys watched it. Even now, as an adult, I can watch it and get pleasure from it.
Those were the days... Really great anime and cartoon shows, with well-written scenarios and complex character descriptions.
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