History Trivia / ThePrinceOfTennis

30th Mar '16 4:54:06 AM kirara19
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* HeyItsThatVoice:
** For the English Dub:
*** Tezuka is [[Manga/BoboboboBobobo Don Patch]].
*** Fuji is [[{{Manga/Bleach}} Ichigo Kurosaki]].
*** Oishi is [[WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2003 Donatello]] and [[Anime/YuGiOh Arkana]].
*** Kaido is [[WesternAnimation/CareBearsWelcomeToCareALot Tenderheart Bear,]] [[Manga/{{Naruto}} Jiraiya,]] and [[{{Manga/Bleach}} Kenpachi]].



* HeyItsThatGuy:
** A startling number of {{Toku}} actors got their start through the Tenimyu stage musicals. [[http://www.jefusion.com/2011/08/musical-prince-of-tennis-starting-point.html These]] [[http://www.jefusion.com/2012/04/musical-prince-of-tennis-home-of-toku.html two]] articles provide a fairly exhaustive list. In particular, ''Franchise/KamenRider'' has several Tenimyu alumni, including Kouji Seto ([[Series/KamenRiderKiva Wataru Kurenai/Kiva]]) as Kikumaru, Masahiro Inoue ([[Series/KamenRiderDecade Tsukasa Kadoya/Decade]]) as Atobe, Ryota Murai ([[Series/KamenRiderKuuga Yuusuke Onodera/Decade!Kuuga]]) as Shishido, Dori Sakurada ([[Series/KamenRiderDenO Kotaro/NEW Den-O]]) and Renn Kiriyama ([[Series/KamenRiderDouble Shotaro Hidari/Double]]) as Bunta. ''Franchise/SuperSentai'' also has their fair share of Tenimyu alums, with Hiroki Suzuki ([[Series/JukenSentaiGekiranger Jan/GekiRed]]), Hirofumi Araki ([[Series/JukenSentaiGekiranger KuroJishi Rio]]), Hiroki Aiba ([[Series/SamuraiSentaiShinkenger Ryuunosuke/ShinkenBlue]]), Kyousuke Hamao ([[Series/TensouSentaiGoseiger Aguri/GoseiBlack]]) & Kento Ono ([[Series/TensouSentaiGoseiger Haido/GoseiBlue]]).
** There are also several musical actors that have gone on to become seiyuu, most notably Creator/MamoruMiyano who was Fudomine's Tetsu Ishida (who later reappeared in the franchise, voicing U-17's Ryoga Echizen in "Shinpuri". Some others (that would also go to star on dramas) ended up voicing some characters of the anime as well, such as Eiji Moriyama as Fudomine's Shinji Ibu,[[note]]This gets exploited as a CelebrityParadox in the Dream Live 1st.[[/note]], Creator/ToshiyukiToyonaga as Rokkaku's Aoi Kentarou, Hirofumi Araki as Shitenhouji's Hikaru Zaizen, Hiroki Aiba as U-17's Irie Kanata, and Ryosuke Kato as U-17's Kousuke Tenjin.
** For the Tenimyu 2nd Season, Eiji Moriyama returns, but this time playing Nanjiroh Echizen.
** For the Film Adaptation, many of the Musical actors make brief cameos during the film.



** In Dream Live 7th, the Seigaku 1st cast made a special guest appearance, but Eiki Kitamura replaced Abe again because of scheduling conflict. It's even mentioned by the guys themselves on stage.

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** In Dream Live 7th, the Seigaku 1st cast made a special guest appearance, but Eiki Kitamura replaced Abe again because of scheduling conflict. It's even mentioned by the guys themselves on stage.
stage.
28th Jan '16 6:15:20 PM Chris
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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: The show is familiar among Creator/{{Toonami}} fans for being initially a Toonami Jetstream exclusive, and then being brought onto the television block alongside ''Manga/{{MAR}}'', only for both shows to be taken off almost immediately.
8th Sep '15 8:52:53 PM luisedgarf
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** Latin American viewers only had a bit better on this, since only 97 episodes were dubbed.
12th Apr '15 3:08:01 AM kirara19
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* NoExportForYou: Neither the videogames, the rest of the anime (from episode 51 onwards, including the [=OVAs=] and ''The New Prince of Tennis'' series), the Musicals DVD sets, the ''New Prince of Tennis'' manga series nor ''Houkago no Oujisama'' (the "Tribute" or also known as "The Prince of Afterschool") have been released outside Japan.

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* NoExportForYou: Neither the videogames, the rest of the anime (from episode 51 onwards, including the [=OVAs=] and ''The New Prince of Tennis'' series), the Musicals Musical DVD sets, the ''New Prince of Tennis'' manga series nor ''Houkago no Oujisama'' (the "Tribute" or (" The Prince of Tennis Tribute", also known as "The Prince of Afterschool") have been released outside Japan.



** The official radio shows of the series, ''Tenisu no Oujisama On The Radio'' are officially nicknamed as "Rajipuri".

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** The official radio shows show of the series, ''Tenisu ''Tennis no Oujisama On The Radio'' are is officially nicknamed as "Rajipuri".
4th Apr '15 2:31:27 AM kirara19
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* ActorShipping: Mostly for the Musicals.
** Yuu Shirota (1st Season Tezuka 2) and Kazuki Kato (1st Season Atobe 1) [[FanService played a lot with this]] in the backstage videos.
** Daisuke Watanabe (Tezuka) and Kyosuke Hamao (Eiji), both from the 1st Season Seigaku 4th cast, started to get shipped a lot after they both starred in 4 out of 5 movies of the [[YaoiGenre Takumi-kun Live-Action movies]].
** Any former alumni who had co-starred in a BoysLove movie with Takumi Saito (1st Season Oshitari 1). So far, we have Yoshikazu Kotani (1st Season Kawamura 2, in "Boys Love"), Hiroki Aiba (1st Season Fuji 2, in "Sukitomo") and Ryunosuke Kawai (1st Season Hiyoshi A, in the adaptation of "Itsuka no Kimi e")



** Ryoma is played by Junko Minagawa.
** Fuji, played by Yuuki Kaida, and Yukimura are the only two third year guys to be voiced by a woman.
** Dan is played by Yumiko Kobayashi.
** Yukimura is played by Sachiko Nagai in japanese. In fact, he's the ''only'' captain or vice-captain voiced by a female.

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** Ryoma is played by Junko Minagawa.
Creator/JunkoMinagawa.
** Fuji, played by Yuuki Kaida, Creator/YukiKaida, and Yukimura (Sachiko Nagai) are the only two third year guys to be voiced by a woman.
** Dan is played by Yumiko Kobayashi.
**
woman. Yukimura also is played by Sachiko Nagai in japanese. In fact, he's the ''only'' captain or vice-captain voiced by a female.female seiyuu.
** Dan is played by Creator/YumikoKobayashi.
** Twins Yohei and Kohei Tanaka are Creator/ChiekoHiguchi and Creator/KanakoMitsuhashi.
** Kintaro is voiced by Creator/YuuSugimoto.
** Shiita Urayama is voiced by Takase Asaki.



** Downplayed in the Film Adaptation. All the regulars are played by the Musical's Seigaku 2nd Cast, who were all 19-22 years old at the time, while the characters were supposed to be 14-16. Hongo Kanata as well was a bit older than Ryoma.
** In case of the cameos in the film, the Musical actors who played random players were around their mid-20's.

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** Downplayed in the Film Adaptation. All the Seigaku regulars are played by the Musical's Seigaku ''Seigaku'' 2nd Cast, who were all 19-22 years old at the time, while the characters were supposed to be 14-16. Hongo Kanata as well was a bit older than Ryoma.
** In
Ryoma. The same case of is applied to the cameos in the film, since the Musical actors who played random players were around their mid-20's.



* DyeingForYourArt: In the Musicals, Yuki Jutta (1st Jackal) shaved his head instead of using a bald cap.



** Niou is known as MagnificentBastard, due to him being...Well, a magnificent bastard. A running gag in the fandom is that Niou is planning all the events in the series.

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** Niou is known as MagnificentBastard, due to him being...Well, well, a magnificent bastard. A running gag in the fandom is that Niou is planning all the events in the series.



* HeyItsThatGuy: A startling number of {{Toku}} actors got their start through the Tenimyu stage musicals. [[http://www.jefusion.com/2011/08/musical-prince-of-tennis-starting-point.html These]] [[http://www.jefusion.com/2012/04/musical-prince-of-tennis-home-of-toku.html two]] articles provide a fairly exhaustive list. In particular, ''Franchise/KamenRider'' has several Tenimyu alumni, including Kouji Seto ([[Series/KamenRiderKiva Wataru Kurenai/Kiva]]) as Kikumaru, Masahiro Inoue ([[Series/KamenRiderDecade Tsukasa Kadoya/Decade]]) as Atobe, Ryota Murai ([[Series/KamenRiderKuuga Yuusuke Onodera/Decade!Kuuga]]) as Shishido, Dori Sakurada ([[Series/KamenRiderDenO Kotaro/NEW Den-O]]) and Renn Kiriyama ([[Series/KamenRiderDouble Shotaro Hidari/Double]]) as Bunta. ''Franchise/SuperSentai'' also has their fair share of Tenimyu alums, with Hiroki Suzuki ([[Series/JukenSentaiGekiranger Jan/GekiRed]]), Hirofumi Araki ([[Series/JukenSentaiGekiranger KuroJishi Rio]]), Hiroki Aiba ([[Series/SamuraiSentaiShinkenger Ryuunosuke/ShinkenBlue]]), Kyousuke Hamao ([[Series/TensouSentaiGoseiger Aguri/GoseiBlack]]) & Kento Ono ([[Series/TensouSentaiGoseiger Haido/GoseiBlue]])
** There are also several musical actors that have gone on to become seiyuus, most notably Creator/MamoruMiyano as Fudomine's Testu Ishida.
*** Not to mention that Momo's first actor in the Tenimyus, Eiji Moriyama, eventually became the voice actor of Fudomine's Shinji Ibu. Hello flashback! This gets exploited as a CelebrityParadox in the Dream Live 1st.
** For the Tenimyu 2nd Season, Eiji Moriyama returns, but this time playing Nanjiroh Echizen.
*** And from Shin Tenipuri, we have Irie Kanata, who is voiced by Hiroki Aiba (formerly Fuji in the musicals), Mamoru Miyano (1st Season Ishida) played also Ryoga Echizen, and Ryosuke Kato (both Kisarazu twins in the 1st Season) voiced Kousuke Tenjin.
** For the Film Adaptation, many of the Musical actors make brief cameos during the film.

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* HeyItsThatGuy: A startling number of {{Toku}} actors got their start through GodCreatedCanonForeigner: Ryoga Echizen was originally only created for the Tenimyu stage musicals. [[http://www.jefusion.com/2011/08/musical-prince-of-tennis-starting-point.html These]] [[http://www.jefusion.com/2012/04/musical-prince-of-tennis-home-of-toku.html two]] articles provide a fairly exhaustive list. In particular, ''Franchise/KamenRider'' has several Tenimyu alumni, including Kouji Seto ([[Series/KamenRiderKiva Wataru Kurenai/Kiva]]) as Kikumaru, Masahiro Inoue ([[Series/KamenRiderDecade Tsukasa Kadoya/Decade]]) as Atobe, Ryota Murai ([[Series/KamenRiderKuuga Yuusuke Onodera/Decade!Kuuga]]) as Shishido, Dori Sakurada ([[Series/KamenRiderDenO Kotaro/NEW Den-O]]) and Renn Kiriyama ([[Series/KamenRiderDouble Shotaro Hidari/Double]]) as Bunta. ''Franchise/SuperSentai'' also has their fair share ''The Prince of Tenimyu alums, with Hiroki Suzuki ([[Series/JukenSentaiGekiranger Jan/GekiRed]]), Hirofumi Araki ([[Series/JukenSentaiGekiranger KuroJishi Rio]]), Hiroki Aiba ([[Series/SamuraiSentaiShinkenger Ryuunosuke/ShinkenBlue]]), Kyousuke Hamao ([[Series/TensouSentaiGoseiger Aguri/GoseiBlack]]) & Kento Ono ([[Series/TensouSentaiGoseiger Haido/GoseiBlue]])
** There are also several musical actors that have gone on to become seiyuus, most notably Creator/MamoruMiyano as Fudomine's Testu Ishida.
*** Not to mention that Momo's first actor in the Tenimyus, Eiji Moriyama,
Tennis - The Two Samurai: The First Game'' movie by Takeshi Konomi. After fan acclaim, he eventually became the voice actor [[CanonImmigrant used him]] in ''The New Prince of Fudomine's Shinji Ibu. Hello flashback! This gets exploited as a CelebrityParadox in the Dream Live 1st.
** For the Tenimyu 2nd Season, Eiji Moriyama returns, but this time playing Nanjiroh Echizen.
*** And from Shin Tenipuri, we have Irie Kanata, who is voiced by Hiroki Aiba (formerly Fuji in the musicals), Mamoru Miyano (1st Season Ishida) played also Ryoga Echizen, and Ryosuke Kato (both Kisarazu twins in the 1st Season) voiced Kousuke Tenjin.
** For the Film Adaptation, many of the Musical actors make brief cameos during the film.
Tennis''.



*** Kunimitsu is [[Manga/BoboboboBobobo Don Patch]]
*** Syuusuke is [[{{Manga/Bleach}} Ichigo Kurosaki]]
*** Shuichiro is [[TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2003 Donatello]] and [[Anime/YuGiOh Arkana]]
*** Kaido is [[CareBearsWelcomeToCareALot Tenderheart Bear,]] [[{{Naruto}} Jiraiya,]] And [[{{Manga/Bleach}} Kenpachi]]
* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Only the first 50 episodes were ever dubbed and released on now out of print DVD sets, these sets do not use the original Japanese opening theme, but intstead use the electric guitar theme from the dub, though the original Music is found on the extras on one of the discs.
* TheOtherDarrin: In the Musicals. Aside from the actors graduating and PassingTheTorch to the next cast, there were cases where the recast happened without a graduation.
** "Remarkable 1st Match Fudomine" has some mixing in the cast: Since Yanagi Kotaroh was unable to perform due to his car accident, Kimeru stepped in as Ryoma, while Nagayama Takashi, who was originally playing Eiji, played Fuji. And then they called again Ichitaro Yamazaki to play Eiji.
** "More Than Limit St. Rudolph Gakuen" had Kengo Ohkuchi as Tezuka (instead of Eiji Takigawa), and Eiki Kitamura as Kawamura (instead of Yoshitsugu Abe).
** "Side Fudomine ~Special Match~" (2004-2005), was a remake of the original Fudomine play. This version has Endou Yuuya as Ryoma (he shared the role with Yanagi Kotaroh, who returned after his recovery). Also YOH replaced Sugawara Takuma as Tachibana, and Fujiwara Yuki played Kamio instead of Matsui Yasuyuki.
** Starting with The Imperial Presence Hyotei, Date Koji was replaced by Seto Yusuke for the rest of the Musicals of the 1st Season, even when the original Hyotei Cast reunited for the special stage of The Imperial Presence Hyotei in Tokyo.
** While there was a Rikkai B assembled for The Final Match Rikkai First, Masuda Toshiki replaced Yagami Ren as Yukimura, while Yamaoki Yuuki replaced Ono Kento as Yanagi, Acaba Mio as Marui and Toda Shingo as Jackal for the rest of the Season (they both played their parts for both casts). Averted for Kanesaki Kentaro, who was the only to play Sanada for both Rikkai casts during the entire season.
** In Dream Live 7th, the Seigaku 1st cast made a special guest appearance, but Eiki Kitamura replaced Abe again because of scheduling conflict. It's even mentioned by the guys themselves on stage.

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*** Kunimitsu Tezuka is [[Manga/BoboboboBobobo Don Patch]]
Patch]].
*** Syuusuke Fuji is [[{{Manga/Bleach}} Ichigo Kurosaki]]
Kurosaki]].
*** Shuichiro Oishi is [[TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2003 [[WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2003 Donatello]] and [[Anime/YuGiOh Arkana]]
Arkana]].
*** Kaido is [[CareBearsWelcomeToCareALot [[WesternAnimation/CareBearsWelcomeToCareALot Tenderheart Bear,]] [[{{Naruto}} [[Manga/{{Naruto}} Jiraiya,]] And and [[{{Manga/Bleach}} Kenpachi]]
Kenpachi]].
* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Only the first 50 episodes were ever Creator/VizMedia only dubbed and released the first 50 episodes. The series is still being streamed on now out of print Neon Alley, but the DVD sets, these sets are ''out of print''. However, the episodes [[BadExportForYou do not use the original Japanese opening theme, theme]], but intstead instead use the electric guitar theme from the dub, though dub[[note]]though the original Music music is found on the extras on one of the discs.
sets' discs[[/note]].
* NoExportForYou: Neither the videogames, the rest of the anime (from episode 51 onwards, including the [=OVAs=] and ''The New Prince of Tennis'' series), the Musicals DVD sets, the ''New Prince of Tennis'' manga series nor ''Houkago no Oujisama'' (the "Tribute" or also known as "The Prince of Afterschool") have been released outside Japan.
* TheOtherDarrin: In the Musicals. Aside from the actors graduating and PassingTheTorch to the next cast, there were cases where the recast happened without a graduation.
** "Remarkable 1st Match Fudomine" has some mixing in the cast: Since Yanagi Kotaroh was unable to perform due to his car accident, Kimeru stepped in as Ryoma, while Nagayama Takashi, who was originally playing Eiji, played Fuji. And then they called again Ichitaro
Creator/MamoruMiyano replaces Yuuta Yamazaki to play Eiji.
** "More Than Limit St. Rudolph Gakuen" had Kengo Ohkuchi
as Tezuka (instead of Eiji Takigawa), and Eiki Kitamura as Kawamura (instead of Yoshitsugu Abe).
** "Side Fudomine ~Special Match~" (2004-2005), was a remake of
Ryoga in the original Fudomine play. This version has Endou Yuuya as Ryoma (he shared the role with Yanagi Kotaroh, who returned after his recovery). Also YOH replaced Sugawara Takuma as Tachibana, and Fujiwara Yuki played Kamio instead of Matsui Yasuyuki.
** Starting with The Imperial Presence Hyotei, Date Koji was replaced by Seto Yusuke for the rest of the Musicals of the 1st Season, even when the original Hyotei Cast reunited for the special stage of The Imperial Presence Hyotei in Tokyo.
** While there was a Rikkai B assembled for The Final Match Rikkai First, Masuda Toshiki replaced Yagami Ren as Yukimura, while Yamaoki Yuuki replaced Ono Kento as Yanagi, Acaba Mio as Marui and Toda Shingo as Jackal for the rest of the Season (they both played their parts for both casts). Averted for Kanesaki Kentaro, who was the only to play Sanada for both Rikkai casts during the entire season.
** In Dream Live 7th, the Seigaku 1st cast made a special guest appearance, but Eiki Kitamura replaced Abe again because of scheduling conflict. It's even mentioned by the guys themselves on stage.
anime.



** "Tenipuri", "[=PoT=]", "Seigaku", "Tenimyu".
** And then there's the sequel series, New Prince of Tennis, which this troper has seen nicknamed "Shinpuri."

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** "Tenipuri", "[=PoT=]", "Seigaku", The series is also known as "Tenipuri" or "[=PoT=]".
** The musicals are nicknamed as
"Tenimyu".
** And then there's The official radio shows of the series, ''Tenisu no Oujisama On The Radio'' are officially nicknamed as "Rajipuri".
** The
sequel series, "The New Prince of Tennis, which this troper has seen nicknamed "Shinpuri."Tennis", is abbreviated as "Shinpuri".


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!! The Prince of Tennis Musical
* ActingForTwo:
** Kato Ryosuke plays both twins Kisarazu Atsushi from St. Rudolph and Kisarazu Ryou from Rokkaku in 1st Season. It even gets lampshaded by him in a Dream Live, replying [[LampshadeHanging it gets tiring to change costumes everytime he has to get one of them backstage]].
** Like Kato Ryosuke, Hirose Daisuke also plays both Kisarazu twins, in 2nd Season.
* ActorShipping:
** Yuu Shirota (1st Season Tezuka 2) and Kazuki Kato (1st Season Atobe 1) [[FanService played a lot with this]] in the backstage videos.
** Daisuke Watanabe (Tezuka) and Kyosuke Hamao (Eiji), both from the 1st Season Seigaku 4th cast, started to get shipped a lot after they both starred in 4 out of 5 movies of the [[YaoiGenre Takumi-kun Live-Action movies]].
** Any former alumni who had co-starred in a BoysLove movie with Takumi Saito (1st Season Oshitari 1). So far, we have Yoshikazu Kotani (1st Season Kawamura 2, in "Boys Love"), Hiroki Aiba (1st Season Fuji 2, in "Sukitomo") and Ryunosuke Kawai (1st Season Hiyoshi A, in the adaptation of "Itsuka no Kimi e")
* DyeingForYourArt: Yuki Jutta (1st Jackal) shaved his head instead of using a bald cap.
* HeyItsThatGuy:
** A startling number of {{Toku}} actors got their start through the Tenimyu stage musicals. [[http://www.jefusion.com/2011/08/musical-prince-of-tennis-starting-point.html These]] [[http://www.jefusion.com/2012/04/musical-prince-of-tennis-home-of-toku.html two]] articles provide a fairly exhaustive list. In particular, ''Franchise/KamenRider'' has several Tenimyu alumni, including Kouji Seto ([[Series/KamenRiderKiva Wataru Kurenai/Kiva]]) as Kikumaru, Masahiro Inoue ([[Series/KamenRiderDecade Tsukasa Kadoya/Decade]]) as Atobe, Ryota Murai ([[Series/KamenRiderKuuga Yuusuke Onodera/Decade!Kuuga]]) as Shishido, Dori Sakurada ([[Series/KamenRiderDenO Kotaro/NEW Den-O]]) and Renn Kiriyama ([[Series/KamenRiderDouble Shotaro Hidari/Double]]) as Bunta. ''Franchise/SuperSentai'' also has their fair share of Tenimyu alums, with Hiroki Suzuki ([[Series/JukenSentaiGekiranger Jan/GekiRed]]), Hirofumi Araki ([[Series/JukenSentaiGekiranger KuroJishi Rio]]), Hiroki Aiba ([[Series/SamuraiSentaiShinkenger Ryuunosuke/ShinkenBlue]]), Kyousuke Hamao ([[Series/TensouSentaiGoseiger Aguri/GoseiBlack]]) & Kento Ono ([[Series/TensouSentaiGoseiger Haido/GoseiBlue]]).
** There are also several musical actors that have gone on to become seiyuu, most notably Creator/MamoruMiyano who was Fudomine's Tetsu Ishida (who later reappeared in the franchise, voicing U-17's Ryoga Echizen in "Shinpuri". Some others (that would also go to star on dramas) ended up voicing some characters of the anime as well, such as Eiji Moriyama as Fudomine's Shinji Ibu,[[note]]This gets exploited as a CelebrityParadox in the Dream Live 1st.[[/note]], Creator/ToshiyukiToyonaga as Rokkaku's Aoi Kentarou, Hirofumi Araki as Shitenhouji's Hikaru Zaizen, Hiroki Aiba as U-17's Irie Kanata, and Ryosuke Kato as U-17's Kousuke Tenjin.
** For the Tenimyu 2nd Season, Eiji Moriyama returns, but this time playing Nanjiroh Echizen.
** For the Film Adaptation, many of the Musical actors make brief cameos during the film.
* TheOtherDarrin: Aside from the actors graduating and PassingTheTorch to the next cast, there were cases where the recast happened without a graduation.
** "Remarkable 1st Match Fudomine" has some mixing in the cast: Since Yanagi Kotaroh was unable to perform due to his car accident, Kimeru stepped in as Ryoma, while Nagayama Takashi, who was originally playing Eiji, played Fuji. And then they called again Ichitaro Yamazaki to play Eiji.
** "More Than Limit St. Rudolph Gakuen" had Kengo Ohkuchi as Tezuka (instead of Eiji Takigawa), and Eiki Kitamura as Kawamura (instead of Yoshitsugu Abe).
** "Side Fudomine ~Special Match~" (2004-2005), was a remake of the original Fudomine play. This version has Endou Yuuya as Ryoma (he shared the role with Yanagi Kotaroh, who returned after his recovery). Also YOH replaced Sugawara Takuma as Tachibana, and Fujiwara Yuki played Kamio instead of Matsui Yasuyuki.
** Starting with The Imperial Presence Hyotei, Date Koji was replaced by Seto Yusuke for the rest of the Musicals of the 1st Season, even when the original Hyotei Cast reunited for the special stage of The Imperial Presence Hyotei in Tokyo.
** While there was a Rikkai B assembled for The Final Match Rikkai First, Masuda Toshiki replaced Yagami Ren as Yukimura, while Yamaoki Yuuki replaced Ono Kento as Yanagi, Acaba Mio as Marui and Toda Shingo as Jackal for the rest of the Season (they both played their parts for both casts). Averted for Kanesaki Kentaro, who was the only to play Sanada for both Rikkai casts during the entire season.
** In Dream Live 7th, the Seigaku 1st cast made a special guest appearance, but Eiki Kitamura replaced Abe again because of scheduling conflict. It's even mentioned by the guys themselves on stage.
3rd Apr '15 9:29:09 PM Anicomicgeek
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* DawsonCasting: Downplayed in the Film Adaptation. All the regulars are played by the Musical's Seigaku 2nd Cast, who were all 19-22 years old at the time, while the characters were supposed to be 14-16. Hongo Kanata as well was a bit older than Ryoma.

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\n* DawsonCasting: DawsonCasting:
**
Downplayed in the Film Adaptation. All the regulars are played by the Musical's Seigaku 2nd Cast, who were all 19-22 years old at the time, while the characters were supposed to be 14-16. Hongo Kanata as well was a bit older than Ryoma.
























1st Jan '15 7:30:36 PM nombretomado
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** There are also several musical actors that have gone on to become seiyuus, most notably MamoruMiyano as Fudomine's Testu Ishida.

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** There are also several musical actors that have gone on to become seiyuus, most notably MamoruMiyano Creator/MamoruMiyano as Fudomine's Testu Ishida.
27th Dec '14 11:48:22 AM nombretomado
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*** Kunimitsu is [[BoBoBoBoBoBoBo Don Patch]]

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*** Kunimitsu is [[BoBoBoBoBoBoBo [[Manga/BoboboboBobobo Don Patch]]
16th Aug '14 9:59:36 PM Mochitachan
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*** And from Shin Tenipuri, we have Irie Kanata, who is voiced by Hiroki Aiba (formerly Fuji in the musicals).

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*** And from Shin Tenipuri, we have Irie Kanata, who is voiced by Hiroki Aiba (formerly Fuji in the musicals).musicals), Mamoru Miyano (1st Season Ishida) played also Ryoga Echizen, and Ryosuke Kato (both Kisarazu twins in the 1st Season) voiced Kousuke Tenjin.
31st Jul '14 11:13:40 PM Mochitachan
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** KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Only the first 50 episodes were ever dubbed and released on now out of print DVD sets, these sets do not use the original Japanese opening theme, but intstead use the electric guitar theme from the dub, though the original Music is found on the extras on one of the discs.

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**
*
KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Only the first 50 episodes were ever dubbed and released on now out of print DVD sets, these sets do not use the original Japanese opening theme, but intstead use the electric guitar theme from the dub, though the original Music is found on the extras on one of the discs.



** Since Yanagi Kotaroh was unable to perform due to his car accident, Kimeru stepped in as Ryoma, while Nagayama Takashi, who was originally playing Eiji, played Fuji.

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** "Remarkable 1st Match Fudomine" has some mixing in the cast: Since Yanagi Kotaroh was unable to perform due to his car accident, Kimeru stepped in as Ryoma, while Nagayama Takashi, who was originally playing Eiji, played Fuji.Fuji. And then they called again Ichitaro Yamazaki to play Eiji.
** "More Than Limit St. Rudolph Gakuen" had Kengo Ohkuchi as Tezuka (instead of Eiji Takigawa), and Eiki Kitamura as Kawamura (instead of Yoshitsugu Abe).




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** In Dream Live 7th, the Seigaku 1st cast made a special guest appearance, but Eiki Kitamura replaced Abe again because of scheduling conflict. It's even mentioned by the guys themselves on stage.
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