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Ghost Stories was picked up for dubbing by ADV Studios in 2005. According to voice actor Greg Ayres , they were told to "do whatever it took to sell the show." The only condition was that the basic story and names of major characters and ghosts had to remain intact, but everything else was fair game. To that end, director Steven Foster reworked the show into a pure Gag Dub by throwing out nearly all of the original script. When the voice actors were called in to record scenes, whoever got there first would set the tone and subject for the scene, which meant the other cast members had to follow in those footsteps. This approach produced a dub full of random characterization, fourth-wall-breaking jokes, political and cultural references.

An alternative dub was previously produced by the anime television network Animax , which stayed true to the original, retaining all of the original Japanese plot, character and dialog details, broadcasting the series uncensored and unedited within its respective networks across the world, including Southeast Asia and the Indian Subcontinent.

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  • Greg Ayres expressed regret that the Mel Gibson Jew rant had happened just a few weeks after production wrapped, as he would have loved to have incorporated it into the final episode.

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Ghost Stories (学校の怪談) is an anime television series, based on a book series by Tōru Tsunemitsu. The series originally aired in Japan between October 22, 2000 and March 25, 2001 with 2 extra episodes released between November 5, 2000 and January 3, 2001, consisting of 22 episodes. The series was released in the United States on DVD by ADV Films between October 25, 2005 and June 6, 2006.

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  • Chris Patton - Hajime Aoyama
  • Christine Auten - Keiichirou Miyanoshita
  • Greg Ayres - Leo Kakinoki
  • Hilary Haag - Satsuki Miyanoshita
  • Monica Rial - Momoko Koigakubo

Secondary Cast

  • Illich Guardiola - Reiichirou Miyanoshita
  • Rob Mungle - Amanojaku
  • Adam Jones - Construction Worker (ep10), Leo's Dad
  • Alexandra Bentlif - Doll (ep11)
  • Alice Fulks - Akane (ep18), School Nurse (ep12)
  • Andrew Love - Construction Worker (ep10), Gay Dink #2 (ep3), Man-Faced Dog, Numatsu (ep2), Teacher (ep1)
  • Andy McAvin - Man on TV Show (ep6), Manager (ep1), Piano Ghost (ep4)
  • April Brem - Doll (ep11)
  • April McGee - Doll (ep11)
  • Barbara Cummings Smith - Doll (ep11), Hajime's Mother (ep12)
  • Blake Shepard - Classmate (ep2), Keita (ep3)
  • Brittney Karbowski - Datsueba (ep8), Infirmita de la Mexicana (ep12), Leo's Mom, Mio (ep9)
  • Charlie Ashley - Classmates
  • Christine Auten - Innkeeper (ep17)
  • Dallas Reese - Akagami Aogami (ep2)
  • Dana Perez - Doll (ep11)
  • Daniel Roth - Doll (ep11)
  • Darrel Isaaks - Boy (ep6)
  • David Matranga - Racist Cabbie (ep14)
  • Donna Hannah - Shizuko's Mother (ep14)
  • Emily McCoy - Classmates
  • Ernie Manouse - Class President (ep9), Doll Temple Priest (ep11)
  • George Manley - Asai (ep2), Cop (ep7), Datsueba (ep8), Janitor, Man on TV Show (ep6), Mover (ep1)
  • Gruff Vandersant - Koudou (ep16)
  • Ida Gilbert - Doll (ep11)
  • Imani Harris - Saeko (ep18), Tomomi (ep15), Tomomi's Mom (ep15)
  • Isidro Gallegos - Doll (ep11)
  • Jacob A. Gragard - Coach (ep5), Driver (ep19), Man on TV Show (ep6)
  • Jay Merritt - Classmates
  • John Gremillion - Cabbie (ep10)
  • John Swasey - Genta (ep1), Principal
  • Jon Corb - Classmates, Doll (ep11)
  • Jose Diaz - Murderer Cabbie (ep14)
  • Josh Wright - Maki (ep19)
  • Kelly Manison - Music Teacher (ep4)
  • Kimberly Roque - Classmates
  • Kira Vincent Davis - Cabbie's Daughter (ep10), Matsushima (ep18), Teacher (ep11)
  • Lesley Tesh - Girl (ep6), Hanako, Yuki (ep17)
  • Logan Keslar - Datto (ep5)
  • Luci Christian - Aya (ep18), Misono (ep15), Nancee Grayce (ep19), Shizuko (ep14)
  • Marcy Bannor - Kayako Miyanoshita
  • Marisa Kreitz - Classmates
  • Matt Crawford - Gay Dink #1 (ep3)
  • Melissa Davis - Aya (ep15), DaVinci's Model (ep13), Misono (ep18), Woman at Funeral (ep20)
  • Michelle Boyd - Doll (ep11)
  • Michelle Guevara - Classmates, Doll (ep11)
  • Natalie Lane - Doll (ep11)
  • Obi Frostips - Da Vinci (ep13)
  • Paul Oddo - Construction Worker (ep10), Drunk (ep9), Ouma (ep20)
  • Rebecca McAnally - Classmates
  • Reeves Gentry - Driver (ep17), Headless Rider (ep19)
  • Rod Peters - Classmates
  • Shelley Calene-Black - Boy's Mother (ep6), Classmate (ep2), Miyuki (ep17), PA Announcer
  • Shelly Thomas - Classmates, Yayoi (ep18)
  • Skijjy Fishmarket - Construction Worker (ep10)
  • Tamara Levine - Merry Mary (ep11)
  • Taylor Hannah - Shinobu (ep15)
  • Tommy Drake - Mr. Sakata

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The “South Park” of Anime – “Ghost Stories” and Its Infamous English Adaptation

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While it might seem like  Ghost Stories was only acting on the emerging J-Horror trend, this 2000 anime was in fact another adaptation of Tōru Tsunemitsu ’s popular series of children’s books. After four live-action films based on the teacher-turned-author’s books, animation was the obvious next step. The anime — technically the second after a standalone ’96 OVA — has since gone on to become a favorite among Western audiences, although not for reasons the Japanese showrunners could have expected. No, this series is best remembered for its off-the-wall English adaptation that many fans liken to South Park .

Admittedly, Ghost Stories didn’t leave a big mark upon and after its initial release (other than a controversy regarding the ultimately unaired Kuchisake-onna episode). In its defense, though, many anime back then had a hard time standing out or living up to new expectations. As a reminder, that previous decade gave rise to a number of innovative and heralded series, such as Neon Genesis Evangelion and Cowboy Bebop . The anime industry had just come off a considerable high, both in terms of creativity and success.

However, when the now-defunct, Texas-based anime distributor A.D. Vision (better known as ADV Films) licensed the series in 2005, they claimed Ghost Stories had done so poorly in its homeland that the Japanese producers gave them their blessing to change the series, so long as they could make it profitable. As it turns out, this was a half-truth. Despite an enduring narrative that says otherwise, Ghost Stories , or Gakkō no Kaidan / School Ghost Stories , did relatively well when it aired as part of Fuji TV’s Sunday programming. This undoubtedly comes as a shock after years of misinformation from all around.

Perhaps something was lost in translation during ADV’s purchase of the series. If that’s the case, then the long-established notion that Ghost Stories was a total flop right from the start actually stems from the show’s underwhelming performance on Animax. Launched in the late nineties, the 24-hour, Japan-based anime channel Animax was once made available in other parts of Asia. This entailed original (and poorly acted) English dubs for international audiences. Ghost Stories was indeed translated into English before ADV’s licensing, but in the end, the series didn’t fare too well on account of its late-night scheduling. Hence the “failure” falsehood that was only recently disproven .

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Leo Kakinoki doesn’t realize he’s being watched.

In Japan, Ghost Stories ’ surprisingly high ratings came from a built-in audience — the popularity of Tsunemitsu’s books is comparable to that of Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark — as well as its own uniqueness for the time. Even today, current anime is rarely focused on local Japanese horrors, apart from the long-running and minisode-centric series Yamishibai . Naturally, people also immediately think of Junji Itō whenever anime horror is mentioned, but for the most part, Itō’s works are original rather than based on existing Japanese lore. The source material for Ghost Stories was inspired by the urban legends Tsunemitsu collected from his young students.

Old and angry Japanese spirits haunting the present are considered passé at this point, yet Tsunemitsu’s books predate the peak of the J-Horror boom by several years. The colloquial term J-Horror, which tends to be a catch-all for any Japanese horror movie, was adopted in the West once these movies were distributed outside of Japan. Stylistically, the craze took off following Hideo Nakata’s 1998 adaptation of The Ring . And the other most renowned examples of this cinematic fad — Pulse , Ju-On (2002) and One Missed Call — were released after Ghost Stories aired . This anime wasn’t original as far as tales of creeping and vengeful ghosts go, but in some respects, it was ahead of the curve.

Children getting themselves mixed up with ghosts isn’t a novel concept in Japan. Years before Ghost Stories was even a pitch, Shigeru Mizuki’s vintage manga-turned-anime GeGeGe no Kitarō placed yōkai in a contemporary setting. Similarly, the Ghost Stories anime throws its own modern-day protagonist, Satsuki Miyanoshita, into the deep end of the paranormal pool once she and her younger brother, Keiichirō, move to their late mother’s hometown. The uncanny goings-on are generally contained to an abandoned school building within walking distance of the newer one, but this anime always found a way to lure the kids to the old (and very haunted) campus.

As Satsuki and Keiichirō settle into their unsettling new surroundings, they befriend three classmates: the arrogant Hajime Aoyama, the nerdy know-it-all Leo Kakinoki, and the mediumistic Momoko Koigakubo. Along with the Miyanoshitas’ pet cat, who is now the host/prison for a powerful demon named Amanojaku, the cast solves supernatural cases as they come up. Which, of course, is often. Cookie-cutter setups and executions aside, Ghost Stories manages to stir up genuine, if not fleeting entertainment in each episode. Every spectral encounter is like its own short J-Horror movie. There is continuity in place, however, it’s nothing so heavy or complicated that a casual viewer would be lost if they watched a random episode. The biggest plot thread here concerns Satsuki and Keiichirō’s mother, who originally sealed all the spirits now set free by recent construction and renovation.

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From nearby, the ghost nurse watches the hospitalized Keiichirō Miyanoshita.

Anyone who has tried the Japanese version on for size before finally sticking with ADV’s dub can confirm this series originally played everything straight. All that changed once Steven Foster stepped in and turned the anime into a parody. Foster, who has a history of satirizing anime, turned the dial all the way up with Ghost Stories . In addition to Foster and Lucan Duran ’s jokey English scripts, the dub’s voice actors improvised. There were caveats from Fuji TV to remember when producing this English version, though; particular elements, such as how a ghost was defeated, had to remain intact. The core structure of episodes, more or less, stayed the same.

The obvious area where ADV’s dub takes the most creative liberty is the tone. Whereas Japanese series director Noriyuki Abe preferred a more serious take, the (second) English version is a dark comedy. The story is unmistakably set in Japan, yet the dub makes constant references to American pop culture. From Al Roker to J-Lo, this script is localized to the max. Major character names had to be left unchanged, although backgrounds were, in some cases, overhauled. Leo was now Jewish, and Momoko was a born-again and devout Christian. Both characters turn in their fair share of self-deprecating humor on top of the most barbarous jabs at everyone else. And by “everyone,” no one is off limits here. Anyone watching the dub for the first time today might be taken aback by the edgy and unapologetic dialogue. To say this English dub is a product of its time would be a massive understatement.

The shock value and appeal of the Ghost Stories English dub is undeniable, even in an age where people are largely more enlightened. Its distinct and unsanitized flavor isn’t for everyone; a number of jokes won’t fly today. Fans will also dismiss the original Japanese version, going so far as to say it’s boring. Yet for those looking for entertaining lessons on both classic and contemporary Japanese horror mythology, it’s hard to beat this delivery system. The infamous English dub only makes the whole package more pleasurable, albeit in a guilty way.

Ghost Stories  is currently available on Prime Video and Crunchyroll .

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The characters meet the ghost called da Vinci.

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Welcome back to a new year of The Amityville IP . With Amityville Scarecrow , this editorial series leaves behind the scant four “franchise” titles released in 2021 for the gargantuan ten titles released in 2022.

While Scarecrow is a similarly low budget production with some dodgy script decisions (courtesy of screenwriter Shannon Holiday ), the emphasis on fractured family dynamics feels more in keeping with the early Amityville entries.

For no apparent reason, the film arbitrarily changes the mythology of the series. In Scarecrow , the Amityville murders were committed by “the Richards brothers,” not by Ronald DeFeo. After the family home was razed, a summer camp was built on the property, but the land became cursed.

When the film opens, adult sisters Tina and Mary ( Amanda-Jade Tyler and Kate Sandison ) meet to discuss the dormant Amityville Cornfield they inherited from their mother. The relationship between the women is noticeably cool: Tina slept with Derek ( Andrew Rolfe ) when he was still with Mary and the women haven’t spoken to each other in years. For added dramatic effect, each woman also has a(n adult) daughter with Derek: Tina has Harriet ( Sofia Lacey ) while Mary has Lucy ( Chelsea Greenwood ).

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The attempted reconciliation between the sisters occupies most of the film’s narrative, which is simultaneously Amityville Scarecrow ’s greatest strength and its biggest weakness. While the dedication to characters is a welcome change for a film series that frequently fails in this capacity, Amityville Scarecrow misunderstands how compelling it is to watch the women patch things up or how invested the audience will be in the outcome.

Not helping matters is the bloated inclusion of a Nightmare on Elm Street -esque backstory. Tina and Mary’s mother murdered the camp pedophile after he killed Tina and Mary’s older sister, which explains the origin of the curse on the land, as well as the reanimation of the titular killer scarecrow (played by Richard Lovell ).

What follows is a series of low stakes murders, investigatory reveals, and a lot of corn imagery. This is a pretty standard low-budget slasher that places too much emphasis on bland character dynamics. Overall Amityville Scarecrow isn’t bad; it’s just not very memorable.

With that said, though, it’s still more competent and watchable than many of the other DTV entries!

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  • Recurring Player!  If Tyler’s name seems familiar, it’s because she was the villain in the (unrelated) film, Amityville Witches .
  • Pacing! One persistent issue is how needlessly drawn out and repetitive the film is. Tina and Mary revisit the same conversation over and over and over again, which really bogs down the film’s pacing. Shaving ten minutes off the ~90-minute runtime would have helped to keep things moving and ensured that actors weren’t repeating the same lines of dialogue all of the time.
  • Action! One wishes that director Peter Jack Mundy was better at staging the action sequences. There’s a reasonable amount of violence, particularly in the last act, but it’s often pedestrian or perfunctory. More thrilling action sequences would have helped to boost the film.
  • Acting! Most of the performances are passable, particularly Lacey and Greenwood, though Sandison struggles to deliver whenever Mary is asked to emote. Thankfully the worst performance in the film, delivered by Marek Lichtenberg as James, is also the film’s opening kill.
  • Dialogue! It’s hard to make corn – or the lack thereof – scary (see also: the Children of the Corn franchise), but it’s especially difficult to make tin-earned dialogue like “It’d be nice if, after all these years, the corn actually grew” work.
  • Accents! Lichtenberg’s accent makes no sense for the film, but special shout-out goes to Lacey who at one point manages to make Amityville a four syllable word (ah-mi-ty-ville).
  • Sequel! Yes, there is a sequel to this film, though oddly enough it doesn’t appear in the official Wikipedia list of the “franchise” films. Anyways, we’ll get to it soon enough.

Next Time: It’s time to call wrap on Thomas J. Churchill ( Amityville Harvest , Amityville Moon ) as he returns for his third film in the “series,” zombie title: Amityville Uprising (2022) .

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Christine Auten

Christine McPeters Auten (born May 7, 1969 in Huntsville, Alabama, USA) is an American voice actress, ADR Director and ADR Script Writer working for ADV Films, FUNimation Entertainment and Seraphim Digital/Sentai Filmworks. She is known for voicing Izumi Curtis in Fullmetal Alchemist and Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood , Karen Jordan in A.D. Police , Keiichirou Miyanoshita in Ghost Stories , Xia Yu Fang in Full Metal Panic! The Second Raid , Mel J in Jinki: Extend , Esdeath in Akame ga Kill! and Ozen in Made in Abyss .

She currently lives in Austin, Texas with her husband Andrew Auten.

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Ghost Stories Dub: The Funniest Anime Dub Ever Made & The Top Software to Watch It On

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Ghost Stories, known in Japan as Gakkou no Kaidan, is a Japanese anime series based on the books written by Toru Tsunemitsu. It originally aired in Japan in 2000. When ADV Films picked up the anime for an English dub in 2005, they took a unique approach that forever changed the way anime fans perceive this genre.

Why is Ghost Stories Dub So Funny?

The humor in Ghost Stories dub is rooted in its deviation from the source material. The original script was regarded as fairly standard fare for a children’s anime, with tropes of high school students battling ghosts. However, when it was dubbed, ADV Films, under the leadership of Steven Foster, decided to turn the series into a comedy.

Most of the plot points remained intact, but the dialogue was completely rewritten. The new script was full of pop culture references, running gags, fourth-wall breaks, and an irreverent tone that had little in common with the original. This novel approach essentially turned Ghost Stories into an “abridged series,” a format where a story is retold with a humorous, often sarcastic, slant.

This change in tone resulted in the Ghost Stories dub becoming one of the funniest and most memorable anime dubs ever made. It was unique for not only straying from the source material but also for its satirical, edgy, and sometimes controversial humor.

Who Voiced the English Dub of Ghost Stories?

The English dub of Ghost Stories featured a talented cast of voice actors who brought the main characters to life with their energetic performances. Greg Ayres voiced the character Hajime, while Monica Rial lent her voice to Momoko. Other character names include Keiichirou voiced by Chris Patton, Satsuki by Hilary Haag, and Amanojaku by Rob Mungle.

The voice actors were given an unusual level of freedom in their performances. They often ad-libbed lines, adding their personal humor. This creative approach, combined with the characters’ redesign into comic figures (Leo as a Star Trek nerd, Momoko as a Jesus-loving zealot), further contributed to the humor of the series.

Is Ghost Stories Dubbed on Crunchyroll?

Ghost Stories’ hilarious English dub is not available on Crunchyroll. However, the subtitled version of the series was available on the platform. For the dub, viewers could access it on Amazon Prime Video and Animax.

Was Ghost Stories dubbed?

Yes, Ghost Stories was indeed dubbed. Originally, it aired in Japan in 2000 with Japanese voice actors. However, in 2005, ADV Films, an American company, decided to create an English dub for the series. This version stands out because of its humorous, unorthodox script, which is drastically different from the original.

What year was Ghost Stories dubbed?

The English dub was directed by Steven Foster, known for his work on several high-profile anime series. This dub, unlike many other anime dubs, completely transformed the tone and dialogues of the original series, making it comedic and packed with pop culture references and running gags.

Who is the voice actor for Ghost Stories dub?

Several talented voice actors were involved in the Ghost Stories English dub. They include Monica Rial as Momoko, Greg Ayres as Hajime, Chris Patton as Keiichirou, Hilary Haag as Satsuki, and Rob Mungle as Amanojaku. These actors were given considerable freedom to add their personal touch to the characters, making the show even more unique and hilarious.

What are some of the best Ghost Stories dubs?

As for the “best” Ghost Stories dubs, it’s a subjective topic. Many fans love the English dub for its humor and creative approach, while others might prefer the original Japanese dub for its authentic representation of the source material. It largely depends on personal preference, whether one prefers the comedic, satirical style of the English dub or the more traditional, supernatural narrative of the original Japanese version.

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  • Crunchyroll: Offers a vast library of anime series, including subtitled versions.
  • Funimation: Known for its high-quality English anime dubs.
  • Netflix: Houses a vast anime library, with both dubbed and subtitled versions.
  • Amazon Prime Video: Known for providing a wide range of anime, including Ghost Stories English dub.
  • Hulu: Offers a good collection of both popular and niche anime series.
  • Animax: Provides a variety of anime series and films, both subbed and dubbed.
  • VRV: A multi-channel service that includes Crunchyroll and HIDIVE content.
  • HIDIVE: Offers anime simulcasts, dubs, OVAs, and more, including niche and classic titles.

The Ghost Stories dub was a unique experiment in the world of anime. It challenged traditional voice acting norms and redefined the genre with its unconventional approach. As of now, its legacy lives on as one of the most memorable anime dubs, and its comedic value continues to entertain anime fans globally. Whether you prefer the original Japanese version or the comedic English dub, there are numerous platforms available for your anime viewing pleasure.

In the end, the best Ghost Stories dub is the one that resonates with you, that makes you laugh and keeps you coming back for more. No matter which version you prefer, this anime series offers a unique viewing experience that is both entertaining and memorable.

So, buckle up, dive into this amazing world of Ghost Stories, and enjoy a good laugh!

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  1. Ghost Stories (2005 TV Show)

    Main Ghost Stories Cast Satsuki Miyanoshita voiced by Hilary Haag and 1 other Momoko Koigakubo voiced by Monica Rial and 1 other Hajime Aoyama voiced by Chris Patton and 1 other Leo Kakinoki voiced by Greg Ayres and 1 other Keiichirou Miyanoshita voiced by Christine Auten and 1 other Amanojaku voiced by Rob Mungle and 1 other Recurring Roles

  2. Ghost Stories

    Voice Director 1 Steven Foster Translation & Adaptation Lucan Duran Christine Auten Greg Ayres Steven Foster Hilary Haag Adam Jones Javier Lopez Rob Mungle Chris Patton Monica Rial Recorded 2005 Dub Country 1 United States Dub Country 2 Hong Kong Original Country

  3. Gakkou no Kaidan (Ghost Stories)

    Gakkou no Kaidan Ghost Stories Edit Watch Episodes Add to My List Add to Favorites Alternative Titles Synonyms: Ghosts at School, School Ghost Stories Japanese: 学校の怪談 More titles Information Type: TV Episodes: 19 Status: Finished Airing Aired: Oct 22, 2000 to Mar 25, 2001 Premiered: Fall 2000 Broadcast: Saturdays at 19:30 (JST)

  4. Ghost Stories (TV Series 2000-2001)

    Ghost Stories (2000-2001) Full Cast & Crew See agents for this cast & crew on IMDbPro Series Directed by Series Writing Credits Series Cast Series Produced by Series Music by Kaoru Wada ... (20 episodes, 2000-2001) Series Cinematography by Toshiyuki Fukushima ... (20 episodes, 2000-2001) Series Art Direction by Shigenori Takada ...

  5. Ghost Stories

    Ghost Stories (学校の怪談) is a 20-episode anime series created in 2000 by animation studio Pierrot and Aniplex for Fuji Television, based on a book series by Tōru Tsunemitsu. Contents 1 English Voice Cast 1.1 Main Cast 1.2 Secondary Cast 1.3 Minor Cast 1.4 Additional Voices English Voice Cast Main Cast Chris Patton - Hajime Aoyama

  6. Ghost Stories (TV Show)

    Chris Patton is the English dub voice of Hajime Aoyama in Ghost Stories, and Takako Honda is the Japanese voice. TV Show: Ghost Stories Hajime Aoyama VOICE Chris Patton Takako Honda Latest News

  7. Ghost Stories (TV Show)

    Hilary Haag is the English dub voice of Satsuki Miyanoshita in Ghost Stories, and Tomoko Kawakami is the Japanese voice. TV Show: Ghost Stories Satsuki Miyanoshita VOICE Hilary Haag Tomoko Kawakami Latest News

  8. Ghost Stories (2005)

    Ghost Stories (学校の怪談) is an anime television series, based on a book series by Tōru Tsunemitsu. The series originally aired in Japan between October 22, 2000 and March 25, 2001 with 2 extra episodes released between November 5, 2000 and January 3, 2001, consisting of 22 episodes. The series was released in the United States on DVD by ADV Films between October 25, 2005 and June 6 ...

  9. Gakkou no Kaidan (Ghost Stories)

    Ghost Stories is a weird one, this review isn't about the show itself but rather its English dub which should be a red-flag straight away. Y'see, when Ghost Stories was being localized, the localisers basically had full creative control over it, since it was a very Japanese-centric show with heavy themes of Shintoism and whatnot, the chances of it appealing to a western audience were slim ...

  10. Ghost Stories (Anime) Voice Actors

    Voice Actors Here you can find a list of all currently known voice actors and their respective roles in the anime "Ghost Stories". If you know of any more voice actors who worked on "Ghost Stories," feel free to add them to our database via our entry form .

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  14. "Ghost Stories"

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  15. Christine Auten

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    The English script was written by Steven Foster and Lucan Duran and allowed for ad-lib by the English voice actors. [7] [8] According to Foster, whoever showed up to the recording studio first for any given episode could improvise anything they wanted, those that came later had to build upon the tone and jokes established earlier. [5] 146

  17. Ghost Stories (TV)

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    Robert L. Mungle. Rob Mumgle. Mungle Roberts, The Reverend. Occupation. Voice actor. Years active. 1994-present. Robert Mungle is an American voice actor. He is also a stand-up comedian, having been known as The Reverend .

  20. Comprehensive Review: Ghost Stories Dub & Top Anime ...

    Greg Ayres voiced the character Hajime, while Monica Rial lent her voice to Momoko. Other character names include Keiichirou voiced by Chris Patton, Satsuki by Hilary Haag, and Amanojaku by Rob Mungle. The voice actors were given an unusual level of freedom in their performances. They often ad-libbed lines, adding their personal humor.

  21. Mio Voice

    Brittney Karbowski is the English dub voice of Mio in Ghost Stories. TV Show: Ghost Stories Mio VOICE Brittney Karbowski Latest News

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