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Here Is Greenwood (ここはグリーン・ウッド Koko wa Gurīn Uddo) is an OVA based on the Japanese manga written and illustrated by Yukie Nasu. It was released between November 22, 1991 and March 26, 1993 in Japan, resulting in 6 episodes.


Synopsis

Kazuya Hasukawa is in a terrible bind. His brother's new wife is also the woman that Kazuya secretly loves. Determined to avoid them both, Kazuya leaves home to live in the student dorm called Greenwood. There, he hopes to find peace of mind. Unfortunately for Kazuya, stability and peace are the last things one might find at Greenwood - home of the weirdest characters on campus.

Dubbing History

The OVA series was originally licensed and dubbed by Central Park Media, under their Software Sculptors label, who released the series on VHS and Laserdisc in 1996, with an English dub produced by TAJ Productions. Seemingly a favorite of Software Sculptors founder John Sirabella, the rights were later re-acquired by Sirabella's company Media Blasters in 2004, who released the series on DVD featuring a new English dub by Bang Zoom! Entertainment.

Cast

Image Character Seiyū Dub Actor
Central Park Media (1996) Media Blasters (2004)
Kazuya Hasukawa HIG.jpg Kazuya Hasukawa Nozomu Sasaki Ted Lewis Johnny Yong Bosch
Mitsuru Ikeda HIG.jpg Mitsuru Ikeda Mitsuo Iwata Jack Taylor Peter Doyle
Shun Kisaragi HIG.jpg Shun Kisaragi Chika Sakamoto Lee Quick Julie Ann Taylor
Shinobu Tezuka HIG.jpg Shinobu Tezuka Toshihiko Seki Peter Davis Dave Wittenberg
Kazuhiro Hasukawa HIG.jpg Kazuhiro Hasukawa Kazuhiko Inoue Bill Timoney Kirk Thornton
Sumire Hasukawa HIG.jpg Sumire Hasukawa Sumi Shimamoto P.R. Wellington Philece Sampler
Nagisa Tezuka HIG.jpg Nagisa Tezuka Hiromi Tsuru Wendee Lee
Furusawa HIG.jpg Shin'ichiro Furusawa Kenyū Horiuchi Michael Soloman Lex Lang
Miya Igarashi HIG.jpg Miya Igarashi Chieko Honda Melanie Smith Kate Higgins
Tenma Koizumi HIG.jpg Tenma Koizumi Kappei Yamaguchi Jim Malone Sam Riegel
Dorm Lady HIG.jpg Dorm Lady Yuko Sasaki Lee Quick Philece Sampler

Episodic Characters

Image Character Seiyū Dub Actor Episode
Central Park Media (1996) Media Blasters (2004)
Reina Kisaragi HIG.jpg Reina Kisaragi Taeko Kawata Kayzie Rogers Kari Wahlgren 2
ManA HIG.jpg Nagisa's Men Hiroshi Takemura Eric Stuart Tony Oliver
ManB HIG.jpg Issei Futamata Ted Lewis Kirk Thornton
ManC HIG.jpg Takumi Yamazaki Jack Taylor ¿?
ManD HIG.jpg Shigeru Nakahara Bill Timoney Dave Mallow
Tochizawa HIG.jpg Tochizawa Hikaru Midorikawa Eric Stuart Yuri Lowenthal 3
Manga Artist HIG.jpg Manga Artist Yuko Sasaki Cliff Cosgrove Michelle Ruff
Yuko HIG.jpg Yuko Aya Hisakawa ¿? Kate Higgins
Vice President HIG.jpg Vice President Ryōtarō Okiayu Michael J. Haigney Dave Mallow
Misako HIG.jpg Misako Yūko Minaguchi Lee Quick Stephanie Sheh 4
Masato Ikeda HIG.jpg Masato Ikeda Ryōtarō Okiayu James Carter Cathcart Sam Riegel 6
Mrs Ikeda HIG.jpg Mrs. Ikeda Manami Maruyama Laurence Klein Barbara Goodson
Mr Ikeda HIG.jpg Mr. Ikeda Hiroshi Naka James Carter Cathcart Kirk Thornton
Miyas Mom HIG.jpg Miya's Mother Run Sasaki Laurence Klein Michelle Ruff

Additional Voices

Central Park Media

Notes

  • The end of Episode 3 features characters in a play of Lupin the 3rd: The Castle of Cagliostro. The Media Blasters dub has Kirk Thornton reprise his role as Count Cagliostro (from Manga's dub of the film).
  • Lee Quick is simultaneously credited as "Heather Lee", "Heather Quick" and "Anne Crosby".

Video Releases

Distributor Year Format Contents Dub Region Country
Central Park Media 1996-1997 VHS.jpg The Complete Series CPM NTSC United States United States
3 Volumes
1996-1997 Laserdisc.png The Complete Series
3 Volumes
Media Blasters 2004 DVD.jpg The Complete Series Bang Zoom! 1
NTSC
1 Volume

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