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* GratuitousEnglish: [[EarWorm ATTAKU, ATTAKU, NANBA WAN!!]]

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* GratuitousEnglish: [[EarWorm ATTAKU, "ATTAKU, ATTAKU, NANBA WAN!!]]WAN!!" in the Japanese opening.


* NewTransferStudent: Kozue

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* NewTransferStudent: KozueKozue, who moved away from Tokyo to a rural junior high school.


** The second Italian opening, made in the 90s by Cristina D'Avena, starts out as slow but then turns into an annoyingly cheery and downright childish theme, in typical D'Avena style. Most people are mainly familiar with the first opening of the 80s (older but much more poignant) and hate the second one.

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** The second Italian opening, made in the 90s by Cristina D'Avena, starts out as slow but then turns into an annoyingly a cheery and downright slightly childish theme, in typical D'Avena style. Most people are mainly familiar with the first opening of the 80s (older 80s, which is older but much more poignant) and hate the second one.poignant.


* SoundtrackDissonance: The [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t-4WYkVpciI German opening]] has a cheerful and upbeat theme tune while featuring Kozue getting violently hit by the ball multiple times, falling to the ground, and being driven to tears. In fact, the theme melody doesn't fit this dramatic series at all and it was previously used in other countries for a much more lighthearted anime, ''Anime/AttackerYou'' (see [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ovv88rxqgSI here]]), which was never released in Germany. Although the lyrics say "she used to be frail and sickly but that has all gone now, now she is an ace. " it kinda did fit with the pictures. French version does it too.

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* SoundtrackDissonance: Where the original opening is appropriate to the anime, some foreign dubs play with this:
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The [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t-4WYkVpciI German opening]] has a cheerful and upbeat theme tune while featuring Kozue getting violently hit by the ball multiple times, falling to the ground, and being driven to tears. In fact, the theme melody doesn't fit this dramatic series at all and it was previously used in other countries for a much more lighthearted anime, ''Anime/AttackerYou'' (see [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ovv88rxqgSI here]]), which was never released in Germany. Although the lyrics say "she used to be frail and sickly but that has all gone now, now she is an ace. " it kinda did fit with the pictures.
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French version does it too.opening theme is also way too happy in contrast to the scenes of the opening and the serious/tragic tone of the series.
** The second Italian opening, made in the 90s by Cristina D'Avena, starts out as slow but then turns into an annoyingly cheery and downright childish theme, in typical D'Avena style. Most people are mainly familiar with the first opening of the 80s (older but much more poignant) and hate the second one.


* SoundtrackDissonance: The [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t-4WYkVpciI German opening]] has a cheerful and upbeat theme tune while featuring Kozue getting violently hit by the ball multiple times, falling to the ground, and being driven to tears. In fact, the theme melody doesn't fit this dramatic series at all and it was previously used in other countries for a much more lighthearted anime, ''Anime/AttackerYou'' (see [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ovv88rxqgSI here]]), which was never released in Germany. Although the lyrics say "she used to be frail and sickly but that has all gone now, now she is an ace. " it kinda did fit with the pictures

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* SoundtrackDissonance: The [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t-4WYkVpciI German opening]] has a cheerful and upbeat theme tune while featuring Kozue getting violently hit by the ball multiple times, falling to the ground, and being driven to tears. In fact, the theme melody doesn't fit this dramatic series at all and it was previously used in other countries for a much more lighthearted anime, ''Anime/AttackerYou'' (see [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ovv88rxqgSI here]]), which was never released in Germany. Although the lyrics say "she used to be frail and sickly but that has all gone now, now she is an ace. " it kinda did fit with the picturespictures. French version does it too.


* SoundtrackDissonance: The [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t-4WYkVpciI German opening]] has a cheerful and upbeat theme tune while featuring Kozue getting violently hit by the ball multiple times, falling to the ground, and being driven to tears. In fact, the theme melody doesn't fit this dramatic series at all and it was previously used in other countries for a much more lighthearted anime, ''Anime/AttackerYou'' (see [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ovv88rxqgSI here]]), which was never released in Germany.

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* SoundtrackDissonance: The [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t-4WYkVpciI German opening]] has a cheerful and upbeat theme tune while featuring Kozue getting violently hit by the ball multiple times, falling to the ground, and being driven to tears. In fact, the theme melody doesn't fit this dramatic series at all and it was previously used in other countries for a much more lighthearted anime, ''Anime/AttackerYou'' (see [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ovv88rxqgSI here]]), which was never released in Germany. Although the lyrics say "she used to be frail and sickly but that has all gone now, now she is an ace. " it kinda did fit with the pictures

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* SoundtrackDissonance: The [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t-4WYkVpciI German opening]] has a cheerful and upbeat theme tune while featuring Kozue getting violently hit by the ball multiple times, falling to the ground, and being driven to tears. In fact, the theme melody doesn't fit this dramatic series at all and it was previously used in other countries for a much more lighthearted anime, ''Anime/AttackerYou'' (see [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ovv88rxqgSI here]]), which was never released in Germany.


Inspired the series ''Anime/AttackerYou'' and ''[[Anime/AttackOnTomorrow Attack on Tomorrow]]'' (made several years later by a different animation studio but featuring several of the same staff). Even in 2006, it still ranked #9 out of 100 in the list of celebrities' favorite anime. In 2005 a live-action drama was made based on the series. The original anime also has many fans in Europe, particularly in Germany, where it was shown as ''Mila Superstar'' (with Kozue renamed Mila), and Italy, where it was known as ''Mimì e la nazionale di pallavolo'' (with Kozue renamed Mimì).

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Inspired It inspired the series ''Anime/AttackerYou'' and ''[[Anime/AttackOnTomorrow Attack on Tomorrow]]'' (made Tomorrow]]'', made several years later by a different animation studio but featuring several of the same staff).staff. Even in 2006, it still ranked #9 out of 100 in the list of celebrities' favorite anime. In 2005 a live-action drama was made based on the series. The original anime also It has many a great number of fans in Europe, particularly in Germany, where it was shown as ''Mila Superstar'' (with Kozue being renamed Mila), and Italy, where it was known Italy as ''Mimì e la nazionale di pallavolo'' (with Kozue renamed Mimì).Mimì) and Spain as ''La panda de Julia'' (again, with Kozue renamed Julia).

In 2005 a live-action drama was made based on the series.


* HairDecorations: The easiest way to distinguish which girl is which is by their headbands or bows. Kozue has a big yellow bow, for example.


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* HairDecorations: The easiest way to distinguish which girl is which is by their headbands or bows. Kozue has a big yellow bow, for example.


Inspired the series ''Anime/AttackerYou'' and ''[[Anime/AttackOnTomorrow Attack on Tomorrow]]'' (made several years later by a different animation studio but featuring several of the same staff). Even in 2006, it still ranked #9 out of 100 in the list of celebrities' favorite anime. In 2005 a live-action drama was made based on the series. The original anime also has many fans in Europe, particularly in Germany, where it was shown as ''Mila Superstar'' (with Kozue renamed Mila), and Italy, where it was known as "Mimì e la nazionale di pallavolo" (with Kozue renamed Mimì).

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Inspired the series ''Anime/AttackerYou'' and ''[[Anime/AttackOnTomorrow Attack on Tomorrow]]'' (made several years later by a different animation studio but featuring several of the same staff). Even in 2006, it still ranked #9 out of 100 in the list of celebrities' favorite anime. In 2005 a live-action drama was made based on the series. The original anime also has many fans in Europe, particularly in Germany, where it was shown as ''Mila Superstar'' (with Kozue renamed Mila), and Italy, where it was known as "Mimì ''Mimì e la nazionale di pallavolo" pallavolo'' (with Kozue renamed Mimì).


Inspired the series ''Anime/AttackerYou'' and ''[[Anime/AttackOnTomorrow Attack on Tomorrow]]'' (made several years later by a different animation studio but featuring several of the same staff). Even in 2006, it still ranked #9 out of 100 in the list of celebrities' favorite anime. In 2005 a live-action drama was made based on the series. The original anime also has many fans in Europe, particularly in Germany, where it was shown as ''Mila Superstar'' (with Kozue renamed Mila).

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Inspired the series ''Anime/AttackerYou'' and ''[[Anime/AttackOnTomorrow Attack on Tomorrow]]'' (made several years later by a different animation studio but featuring several of the same staff). Even in 2006, it still ranked #9 out of 100 in the list of celebrities' favorite anime. In 2005 a live-action drama was made based on the series. The original anime also has many fans in Europe, particularly in Germany, where it was shown as ''Mila Superstar'' (with Kozue renamed Mila). Mila), and Italy, where it was known as "Mimì e la nazionale di pallavolo" (with Kozue renamed Mimì).

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* SchoolSportUniform: The shirt-and-bloomers version is used by just about all the girls who play the sport.


Known as ''Attack No. 1'' (アタックNo.1, Atakku Nanbā Wan), the first televised female [[GamingAndSportsAnimeAndManga sports anime]]. The manga was written by Chikako Urano in 1968, and the anime began in late 1969 and ran through 1971. First mean to capitalize on the success of the 1964 Olympic volleyball team, it ended up bringing more mature fans to the {{shoujo}} genre, compared to ''Anime/{{Sally the Witch}}'''s success in that time.

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Known as ''Attack No. 1'' (アタックNo.1, Atakku Nanbā Wan), the first televised female [[GamingAndSportsAnimeAndManga sports anime]]. The manga was written by Chikako Urano in 1968, and the anime began in late 1969 and ran through 1971. First mean to capitalize on the success of the 1964 Olympic volleyball team, it ended up bringing more mature fans to the {{shoujo}} genre, demographic, compared to ''Anime/{{Sally the Witch}}'''s success in that time.


* MissingEpisode: In the English and German dubs, three episodes were not translated, due to "inappropiate content". These however are included as bonus on the German DVD sets.



* NoExportForYou: The series never got released on DVD in the US. Contrast this with Germany, where all the episodes got released (and the first set even replaced after complaints about the video quality).


* NoExportForYou: The series never got released on DVD in the US. Contrast this with Germany, where all the episodes got released (and the first set even replaced after cpmlaints about the video quality).

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* NoExportForYou: The series never got released on DVD in the US. Contrast this with Germany, where all the episodes got released (and the first set even replaced after cpmlaints complaints about the video quality).

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