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Anime Profile: Kaleido Star

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Title
Kaleido Star Kaleido Star Kaleido Star
Released
54 TV episodes 54 TV episodes
Dates
  2003
Company
FUNimation(as of July 2, 2010), ADV Films GONZO DIGIMATION
Creator
   
Director
   
Genre
Comedy, Drama Comedy, Drama
Characters
Fool Fool
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Layla Hamilton Layla Hamilton
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Leon Leon
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Rosetta Passel Rosetta Passel
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Sora Naegino Sora Naegino
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Yuri Killian Yuri Killian
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Last I checked, this anime was available on DVD at Amazon.

Anime Characters: Kaleido Star

English Name
Japanese Name
English Name
Japanese Name
Fool Fool Anna Heart Anna Heart
Layla Hamilton Layla Hamilton Kalos --?--
Leon Leon Ken Robbins Ken Robbins
Rosetta Passel Rosetta Passel Marion --?--
Sora Naegino Sora Naegino Mia Guillem Mia Guillem
Yuri Killian Yuri Killian Sarah --?--

Anime Description: Kaleido Star

Sora Naegino, a young girl with a dream, has gone to the USA to try out for Kaleido Stage. Even though she was late for the audition, and not allowed to try out, she still managed to get in somehow.

Now, despite all the obstacles thrown in her way, she must overcome and persevere. Sora, and her friends Anna and Mia, must work hard and support each other so that someday they can become great stars of the Kaleido Stage!

Anime Description: Kaleido Star

Sora Naegino is a sweet, funny, and energetic 16 year-old girl who wants to become a master gymnast at the Kaleido Stage, which is in California. She runs late on her interview and Leila, master gymnast of the Kaleido Stage, gets all in a dither and won't let her come join the Kaleido Stage. But then Kaolos, the manager (a minor character) spares the expense of her tardiness and let's her join.

The spirit of the stage, Fool, which is seen only by master gymnasts, is kind of a pervert and likes to see Sora, but is a nice guy. Sora can see him (of course). We find out later in the show that Leila can see him too. Fool may be a pervert, but this show is appropriate for all ages. Parents will love the fact that in some way, it teaches kids to follow their dreams. Also, this show is very entertaining, you'll share many laughs and some cries.

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