Georgie!

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Georgie!
Georgie! manga vol 1 reprint.jpg
Cover of the 2007 reprint of the first manga volume.
ジョージィ!
(Jōjī!)
Genre Romance
Manga
Written by Mann Izawa
Illustrated by Yumiko Igarashi
Published by Shogakukan
Demographic Shōjo
Magazine Shōjo Comic
Original run 19821984
Volumes 5
Anime television series
Lady Georgie
Directed by Shigetsuga Yoshida
Studio Tokyo Movie Shinsha
Network TV Asahi, Animax
Original run April 9, 1983February 25, 1984
Episodes 45
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Georgie! (ジョージィ! Jōjī!?) is a manga series, written by Mann Izawa and illustrated by Yumiko Igarashi. It was serialized from 1982 in the Shōjo Comic manga magazine.

The series was adapted in 1983 into an anime TV series, Lady Georgie (レディジョージィ Redi Jōjī?), by Tokyo Movie Shinsha, which originally premiered across TV Asahi and spanned 45 episodes. It is currently airing across Japan on the anime satellite television network, Animax.

Story[edit]

Georgie lives in Australia. She is blamed for her father's death. He loved her very much, and so did her brothers. Something she noticed about her family was that they all had brown hair, but she was blonde. The mother did not like her living as a family member. Eventually she broke the news that Georgie was not part of the family; she was adopted. A gold bracelet is her only clue to the past. She also gains information of her birth parents who are British. Her brothers (Abel and Arthur) go with her to London to find her past. Both brothers seem to love her, with mixed feelings about being their adoptive sister. Georgie also has another goal: to find her lost love, Lowell, who had left Australia. Along with her brothers, Georgie experiences both the kindness and cruelty of the real world in London, England.

The story progresses with her search for her real family along with the love triangle that develops between her adoptive brothers and Lowell.

Anime[edit]

Cast[edit]

Staff[edit]

Theme songs[edit]

  • OP: Wasurerareta Message (忘れられたメッセージ Wasurerareta Messēji?) (Lyrics: Kazuya Senke, composition: Takeo Watanabe, arrangement: Nozomi Aoki, performance: Yuriko Yamamoto)
  • ED: Yasashisa o Arigatō (やさしさをありがとう?) (Lyrics: Mann Izawa, composition: Takeo Watanabe, arrangement: Nozomi Aoki, performance: Yuriko Yamamoto)

Insert songs[edit]

  • Ai no Bracelet (愛のブレスレット Ai no Buresuretto?) (Lyrics: Kazuya Senke, composition: Takeo Watanabe, arrangement: Nozomi Aoki, performance: Yuriko Yamamoto)
  • Ashita no Meguri Ai (あしたのめぐり逢い?) (Lyrics: Toyohisa Araki, composition: Takeo Watanabe, arrangement: Nozomi Aoki, performance: Yuriko Yamamoto)
  • Boomerang (ブーメラン Būmeran?) (Lyrics: Kouichi Hino, composition: Takeo Watanabe, arrangement: Takeo Watanabe, performance: Yuriko Yamamoto)
  • Otōsan no Komori Uta (父さんの子守歌?) (Lyrics: Mann Izawa, composition: Takeo Watanabe, arrangement: Nozomi Aoki, performance: Yuriko Yamamoto)

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