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Akage no Anne
Anne of Green Gables
Television series information
Original title

赤毛のアン
Akage no An

Director(s)

Isao Takahata

Writer(s)
  • Shigeki Chiba
  • Aiko Isomura
  • Isao Takahata
  • Takekuni Takano
  • Shigehisa Araki
  • Seijiro Kamiyama
  • Lucy Maud Montgomery (novel)
Based on

Anne of Green Gables

Starring
Music
  • Akira Miyoshi
  • Kurōdo Mōri
Studio(s)

Nippon Animation

Original run

January 7December 30, 1979

Number of seasons

1

Number of episodes

50 (list of episodes)

Episode length

24 mins

Country

Japan

Language

Japanese

Followed by

Before Green Gables

See also
Related pages

Episodes

Anne of Green Gables (also known as Akage no An) is an anime adaptation of Anne of Green Gables. Produced in 1979, the Japanese animated series is part of Nippon Animation's World Masterpiece Theater.

Synopsis

Anne is an orphan full of imagination. When she arrives at her new home she’ll understand that, sometimes, you’ve to be a sensible person too, but her unique character will change, or at least attract the people around her. The story covers Anne’s growth from about eleven to seventeen years old, while she makes friends, goes to school and studies to fulfill her dream. At a difficult point in her life, Anne will have to take a hard choice, but at the end she’ll be able to find a new dream.

Born of the pen of the Canadian writer L.M. Montgomery, the little red-haired orphan comes to life in this anime, based on the first book in the long Anne series. Nobody has ever wanted her in her long and lonely 11-year-old life... until this dream comes true and she is going to have a wonderful home in Green Gables on Prince Edward Island with Marilla and Matthew Cuthbert. But all turns too good to be true - it was just a mistake; the Cuthberts have "ordered a boy" from the orphanage and have no need for a girl. And yet, soon Marilla and Matthew discover that they cannot live without this lively imaginative chatterbox. Green Gables becomes her home; Diana - the best "bosom friend" any girl ever dreamed of; Gilbert - the hated but never-despairing boy in love ... Friends, dreams and school, scrapes and funny accidents, laughter and tears, tragedies and achievements - fill Anne's life as she goes on her road of growing up.[1]

Theme song

Below are the lyrics for the intro song, 'Kikoeru Kashira', sung by Ritsuko Ohwada.

Kikoeru kashira
Hizume no oto
Yuruyakana oka wo nutte
Kaketekuru basha
Mukae ni kuru no
Mukae ni kuru no ne
Dare ka ga watashi wo
Tsureteyuku no ne
Shiroi hana no michi he
Kaze no furusato he
Tsureteyuku no ne
Tsureteyuku no ne

Kikoeru kashira
Hizume no oto
Komorebi no naka wo nukete
Kaketekuru basha
Mukae ni kita no
Mukae ni kita no ne
Dare ka ga watashi wo
Tsureteyuku no ne
Moeru kumo no shita he
Namidatsu mizuumi he
Tsureteyuku no ne
Tsureteyuku no ne

Voice cast

Main cast

Recurring cast

Guest cast

  • Kazuyuki Sogabe as Reverend Allan (4/50)
  • Masayuki Katô as Postmaster (3/50)/Doctor (1/50)
  • Asami Mukaidono as Tillie Boulter (3/50)/Girl (1/50)
  • Chiyoko Kawashima as Tillie Boulter (3/50)
  • Issei Masamune as Mr. Bell (3/50)
  • Masako Matsubara as Stella Maynard (3/50)
  • Ritsuo Sawa as Martin (3/50)
  • Akiko Tsuboi as Mrs. Spencer (3/50)
  • Eisuke Yoda as Mr. Barry (3/50)
  • Saiko Egawa as Prissy Andrews (2/50)/Priscilla Grant (1/50)
  • Yutaka Ôyama as Doctor (2/50)
  • Ryûsuke Shiomi as Stationmaster (2/50)
  • Ryoichi Tanaka as Jerry Buote (2/50)
  • Mahito Tsujimura as Boarding House Owner (2/50)
  • Satomi Majima as Gertie Pye (1/50)/Girl (1/50)
  • Michiko Hirai as Mrs. Evans (1/50)
  • Misa Kadoya as Girl (1/50)
  • Seizō Katō as Mr. Russell (1/50)
  • Yamada Keaton as Jerry Buote (1/50)
  • Hisako Kyouda as Mrs. Blewett (1/50)
  • Yoshiko Matsuo as Lucilla Harris (1/50)
  • Yoko Matsuoka as Laurette Bradley (1/50)
  • Minoru Midorikawa as Minister (1/50)
  • Yasuo Muramatsu as John Sadler (1/50)
  • Yumi Nakatani as Mary Joe (1/50)
  • Takako Sasuga as Lily Jones (1/50)
  • Akira Shimada as Storekeeper Billy (1/50)
  • Kazue Takahashi as Boarding House Lady (1/50)
  • Akiko Takamura as Woman (1/50)
  • Rihoko Yoshida as Flora Jane Spencer (1/50)

Episodes

Main article: Anne of Green Gables (anime)/Episodes

Please note that the episode titles are according to the English subtitles only. Not all episodes have the same translator, so you may know an episode under a slightly different name (for example, "Fall is Coming" is also known as "The Coming of Autumn".

Behind the scenes

  • Some of the trees in the animation are believed to be Japanese cherry blossom trees, but are actually the island's apple blossom trees.

Gallery

Anne of Green Gables Wiki has 1 image of Anne of Green Gables (anime) (view category).

Notes and references

External links

See also

Adaptations
Films & miniseries
Anne of Green Gables (1919) | Anne of Green Gables (1934) | Anne of Windy Poplars (1940)
Anne of Green Gables (1956) | Anne of Green Gables (1957) | Anne of Green Gables (1958)
Anne of Green Gables (1985) | Anne of Green Gables: The Sequel (1987) | Road to Avonlea: The Movie (1990)
Happy Christmas, Miss King (1998) | Anne of Green Gables: The Continuing Story (2000)
Anne: Journey to Green Gables (2005) | Anne of Green Gables: A New Beginning (2008)
Anne of Green Gables: Road to Green Gables (2010) | L.M. Montgomery's Anne of Green Gables (2016)
L.M. Montgomery's Anne of Green Gables: The Good Stars (2017)
L.M. Montgomery's Anne of Green Gables: Fire & Dew (2017) | Anne of Green Gables (upcoming musical)
Radio dramas
Anne of Green Gables (March 1938) | Anne of Green Gables (October 1938) | Anne of Green Gables (1941)
Anne of Green Gables (1944) | Anne of Green Gables (1954) | Anne of Green Gables (1966)
Anne of Green Gables (1971) | Anne of Green Gables (1977) | Anne of Green Gables (1979)
Anne of Avonlea (1979) | Anne of the Island (1979) | Anne's House of Dreams (1979) | Rainbow Valley (1979)
Rilla of Ingleside (1991) | Anne of Green Gables (1997)
Television series
Anne of Green Gables (1952) | Anne of Green Gables (1972) | Anne of Avonlea (1975) | Anne of Green Gables (1979)
Road to Avonlea (1990–1996) | Anne of Green Gables: The Animated Series (2000–2001) | Anne (2007)
Before Green Gables (2009) | Anne (2017)
Stage productions
Anne of Green Gables – The Musical (1965) | Rainbow Valley (1999) | Anne & Gilbert (2005)
Anne of Green Gables (2006) | The Nine Lives of L.M. Montgomery (2008) | Bend in the Road (2012)
Rilla of Green Gables (2015)
Books
Anne of Green Gables (1997 manga) | Anne of Avonlea (1998 manga) | Anne of the Island (1998 manga)
Rainbow Valley (2003 manga) | Ana of California (2015 novel)
Audio dramas
Anne of Green Gables (2007) | Anne of Green Gables (2008) | Anne of Avonlea (2008)
Anne of the Island (2009) | Anne of Windy Poplars (2009) | Anne's House of Dreams (2010)
Web productions
"Inspiration Found" (2008 short film) | Green Gables Fables (2014–2016 web series) | "Anne & Gilbert" (2014 episode)
"Anne of Green Gables" (2014 episode) | Anne of Green Gables (2014 short film)
Project Green Gables (2015–2017 web series) | Anne of Green Gables (2015 short film)

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