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Kamikaze Kaitou Jeanne Ep 34: Confession of Separation!


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This dramatic episode hinges on Maron's righteous anger at learning that Chiaki is really her magical kaitou rival Sinbad (really? who would have guessed?) and that he knew all along that she was Kaitou Jeanne and was simply trying to interfere with her divine mission by getting her to fall in love with him (ditto!). (Well -- in anime, it's never as simple as all that but . . . .) Anyhow, this episode contains some classic moments in the series, including a steamy flashback to the moonlit ending of Ep. 16 and one of Jeanne's most dramatic demon captures.

Director: Mitsuo Hashimoto
Script: Nobuyuki Fujimoto
Animation Director: Hisashi Kagawa

Director Hashimoto had extensive experience with the Dragon Ball franchise, starting with the opening series, then with Dragon Ball Z, and then six of the DBZ movies, three times as overall director. Hashimoto later returned as episode director for the 1996 sequel Dragon Ball GT. After directing two episodes of Chobits, this animator has most recently been active in the Bakugan franchise, contributing storyboards, animation direction, and series direction to several avatars of this recent hit.

Scriptwriter Fujimoto (1957-2015) was a veteran, having written screenplays for the Golden-age classics Grimm Masterpiece Theater, Jungle Book: Shonen Mowgli, and Kaze no Naka no Shoujo Kinpatsu no Jeanie (Jeanie, the girl with hair so light that it floats in the air, an interesting bio-pic of Stephen Foster). He was most noted, however, for his work on the perennial series Doraemon.

Hisashi Kagawa was character designer for the series, a role he played in a large number of series, particularly in the Precure/Pretty Cure franchise. He also worked extensively on Sailor Moon and Pokemon, as well as on a wide range of other projects, ranging from Angelic Layer (animation direction, gengas) to Gankutsuou: The Count of Monte Cristo (gengas). He was most recently credited with character design for Toei's 2017 Tiger Mask W.

CAUTION: SPOILERS IN DESCRIPTIONS!


 Maron looks behind her

 Maron looks behind her: Reanimated dougas

 Fantasy Sequence: Frightened Maron: B1

 Fantasy Sequence: Frightened Maron: B6

 Fantasy Sequence: The Kiss on the Street: B10

 Fantasy Sequence: The Kiss on the Street: B11

 Fantasy Sequence: The Kiss on the Street: B12

 Fantasy Sequence: The Kiss on the Street: B14

 Fantasy Sequence: The Kiss on the Street: (Reanimation)

 The Big Kiss (Rewind version)

 The Big Kiss (Reanimated version)

 Who’s knocking?

 Who’s knocking? Reanimated dougas

 Huh? A2

 Chiaki tells Maron the truth (Chiaki side)

 Chiaki tells Maron the truth (Maron side)

 Maron realizes the truth

 Maron realizes the truth: Reanimated dougas

 Maron takes evasive action

 Maron takes evasive action: Reanimated dougas

 Maron bumps into the landscape artist: B3 and B4

 Maron bumps into the landscape artist: B5 and B8

 Maron bumps into the landscape artist: Reanimated dougas

 Maron meets Cute Kitty: A2
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