Junichi Sato Princess TuTu

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1 112524 10/8/2007
 
Recommended By Average Price Average Rating
100% of reviewers None indicated 8.0
Genre: Action, Dance, Drama, and Romance
Manga chapters: About 35~40
Episodes: 27
Note: It is finished
Channel: It's on Anime Network On Demand

Summary

A duck is granted the power to become a girl with a splash a water and when she quacks she turns back into a duck. She goes to a ballet academy and is the most poor student in her class. The day she got turned into a girl she got an amulet that lets her turn into Princess TuTu. Then a prince strangely comes out of a book a then as he comes out his heart shatters into little jewels. Now it's up to Princess TuTu and Baccer the knight to save the prince's heart and not let it fall into the hands but also to get the story finished so the prince can go back into the book.

My Review

Graphics are just like the graphics from Naruto.
The sound is great!
Replay value is great!
The value is great! I give it 100%.

Other
The battles are battle of the dances and some times some sword fights.

Also, it's only on demand but I'll keep u posted if there are any more places.
Keywords: Princess TuTu ballet romance
Sound & Graphics Excellent
Entertainment Value Excellent
Replay Value Excellent
Plot Excellent
Genre Romance
Episodes 38
Studio Hal Film Maker
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  1. 10/8/2007 9:58am
    1. tsurara
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      Would you recommend the product? Yes     Price you paid? None indicated     Rating: 8
      Pros: original, well-scored, pleasantly innocent
      Cons: a bit episodic
      The best sort of children's series is one that can be enjoyed as a family. Princess TuTu fits the bill. It features nothing objectionable, showcases loveable characters in simple (but not overly simplistic) storylines. There is a compelling linear plotline to follow but each episode can stand alone for single-viewings. The music and settings are also quite enchanting. What a wonderful way to introduce children to classical music and love of dance.

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