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Rose of Versailles

English: The Rose of Versailles
Synonyms: Versailles no Bara, Berusaiyu no Bara
Japanese: ベルサイユのばら
Type: TV
Episodes: 40
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 10, 1979 to Sep 3, 1980
Premiered: Fall 1979
Broadcast: Wednesdays at 19:00 (JST)
Producers: Nippon Television Network Corporation
Licensors: Nozomi Entertainment
Studios: Tokyo Movie Shinsha
Source: Manga
Genres: Adventure, Drama, Historical, Romance, Shoujo
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older
Score: 8.41 (scored by 10,571 users)
Ranked: #156
Popularity: #1565
Members: 31,153
Favorites: 1,187

Description of Rose of Versailles

In 1755, Marie Antoinette is born in the royal family of Austria and raised in luxury. However, the fate of the future queen of France is set in stone—at the young age of 15, she has to leave her family and marry the crown prince of France.

At the same time in France, a girl is born in the family of the Commander of the Royal Guards. Upset at not having a male heir, her father decides to raise her as a man and names the girl Oscar. Oscar is trained from a young age to become the leader of the Royal Guards, but she is yet to discern that the will of the queen sometimes does not equal the good of the people.

Based on the critically acclaimed manga by Riyoko Ikeda, Rose of Versailles depicts the fateful meeting of Marie Antoinette and Oscar, which is bound to influence history and change the life of the people facing the French Revolution as the clock ticks toward the end of the French royalty.

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List of Characters and Actors

 
Ueda, Miyuki
Japanese  
 
 
Tajima, Reiko
Japanese  
 
 
Hori, Katsunosuke
Japanese  
 
 
Shigaki, Taro
Japanese  
 
 
Yoshida, Rihoko
Japanese  
 
 
Pellegrini, Sandro
Italian  
 
Armand
Supporting  
 
Nojima, Akio
Japanese  
 
Chatelet, Bernard
Supporting  
 
Shiozawa, Kaneto
Japanese  
 
Corday, Charles
Supporting  
 

 
 
 
Ichikawa, Osamu
Japanese  
 
d'Orléans, Duc
Supporting  
 

 
 
Dagout, Colonel
Supporting  
 
Werth, Eva-Maria
German  
 
de Noailles, Madame
Supporting  
 
Nathan, David
German  
 
 
Ishida, Tarou
Japanese  
 
de Guemene, Duc
Supporting  
 
Utsumi, Kenji
Japanese  
 
de Jarjeyes, General
Supporting  
 
Kagawa, Kouko
Japanese  
 
de Jarjeyes, Madame
Supporting  
 
Ikemizu, Michihiro
Japanese  
 
de la Motte, Nicholas
Supporting  
 
Murakoshi, Ichirou
Japanese  
 
de Mercy, Comte
Supporting  
 
Komiya, Kazue
Japanese  
 
de Polignac, Charlotte
Supporting  
 
Yamada, Keaton
Japanese  
 
de Soisson, Alain
Supporting  
 
Okamoto, Mari
Japanese  
 
de Soisson, Diane
Supporting  
 
Iizuka, Shouzou
Japanese  
 
Doctor Lasonne
Supporting  
 
De stradis, Franca
Italian  
 
du Barry, Jeanne Becu
Supporting  
 
Masuoka, Hiroshi
Japanese  
 
General Bouille
Supporting  
 
Kyouda, Hisako
Japanese  
 
Grand Mere
Supporting  
 
Matsuo, Yoshiko
Japanese  
 
Joseph, Louis
Supporting  
 
Katsuta, Hisashi
Japanese  
 
Louis XV
Supporting  
 
Yasuhara, Yoshito
Japanese  
 
Louis XVI
Supporting  
 
Spaziani, Serena
Italian  
 
Madame de Polignac
Supporting  
 

 
 
Necker, Jacques
Supporting  
 
Mori, Katsuji
Japanese  
 
Robespierre, Maximilien
Supporting  
 
Yarita, Junkichi
Japanese  
 
Rohan Daishikyou
Supporting  
 
Furukawa, Toshio
Japanese  
 
Saint Juste
Supporting  
 
Ogawa, Shinji
Japanese  
 
Troubadour of Paris
Supporting  
 
Matsukane, Yoneko
Japanese  
 

List of Staffs

 
Dezaki, Osamu
Director
 
Nishikubo, Mizuho
Episode Director
 
Suzuki, Hiroko
Theme Song Performance
 
Araki, Shingo
Animation Director, Character Design
 
Ikeda, Riyoko
Original Creator
 
Kawai, Ken
Art Director
 
Maeda, Minoru
Key Animation
 
 
Motohashi, Hideyuki
Key Animation
 
Nagahama, Tadao
Chief Animation Director
 
Sugino, Akio
Character Design
 
Tajima, Reiko
Inserted Song Performance
 
Takahashi, Hirokata
Director of Photography