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Gankutsuou : The Count of Monte Cristo ~ Tv Series Perfect Collection

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Gankutsuou : The Count of Monte Cristo ~ Tv Series Perfect Collection
  • Item Code : MA.501E
  • Quantity : 3
  • Dialogue : English/Japanese
  • Subtitle : English/Chinese/Off
  • Region : All
  • Region, Free Code
  • Disc Type : DVD9x1, DVD5x2
  • Screen : 16:9
  • Audio : Ac3, 2.0 Channel
  • Series Type : Tv Series
  • System : NTSC
  • Episodes : 1-24
  • Running Time : Approximately 24x25 mins Alternative title: Cavern King El Conde de Monte Cristo (Spanish) Il Conte di Montecristo (Italian) Le Comte de Monte-Cristo (French) Montecristo (Spanish) O Conde de Monte Cristo (Portuguese) The Count of Monte Cristo Age rating: Mature (May contain sex, drugs, and extreme graphic violence) Genres: Adventure, Drama, Mystery, Romance, Science Fiction Director: Mahiro Maeda Scenario: Natsuko Takahashi , Tomohiro Yamashita Script: Natsuko Takahashi , Tomohiro Yamashita Storyboard: Michio Fukuda (ep 4) Episode Director: Mitsuhiro Karato (ep 4) , Takaaki Wada (eps 6, 13, 23) Music: Jean Jacques Burnel , Koji Kasamatsu , Reiji Kitazato Original Work: Alexandre Dumas Character Design: Hidenori Matsubara Art director: You Sasaki , Yusuke Takeda Animation director: Takaaki Wada (eps 6, 13, 23) Director of Photography: Takeo Ogiwara Plot Summary: Trying to escape his uneventful life, Albert, the son of a renowned general from Paris, makes a journey with his friend Franz. During his travels, he meets an immensely wealthy nobleman named The Count of Monte Cristo. Living in luxurious hotels, surrounded by beautiful women and strong bodygaurds, the charming but enigmatic count fascinates Albert. Albert invites the count to join the high society of Paris. However, unknown to Albert, his father had once framed the count and took the count's fiancee as his own.