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Let's Go Quintuplets (ゴーゴー五つ子ら・ん・ど Go go itsutsugo rando, lit. "Go! Go! Quintuplet Land") is a Japanese anime television series. The original series aired in Japan on TBS between April 14, 2001 and March 30, 2002, spanning 50 episodes and 96 segments.


Meet the Miller Quintuplets - five siblings born on the same day. Each has their own wacky personalities and unique talents. You know that chaos and adventure is a daily ritual in the Miller household. Karl is the eldest, and when he's not showing off, he's mouthing off. Harold is the bookworm and determined to be the next Nobel Prize winner. Krystal, on the other hand, is so sure she's going to be a movie star that she is already handing out autographs! Karly wants to save the Earth and the animals (except for frogs). Austin is also a wisecracking rebel. He is bound and determined to be a super hero someday - detective or otherwise. Whether the five kids are trying to avoid a visit to the dentist, conspiring to win a talent contest or sharing their fifth birthdays, they always seem to get up to mischief. But despite the fact that they drive each other crazy, the Quintuplets pull off amazing feats when they stick together, bringing new meaning to the power of five!

Dubbing History

The English language version of the anime was produced by Ocean Productions, and aired in New Zealand on TV2[1] and Jetix in the United Kingdom around the mid-2000s. This dub was the base for many other dubs of the show, such as Latin American Spanish, Russian, Dutch, and Italian.

The English dub of the first two episodes were released on a Spanish DVD.


Image Character Seiyū Dub Actor[2][3]
Miller Family
Karl Miller
(Kabuto Morino)
Fujiko Takimoto Noel Callahan (eps. 1-16)
¿? (eps. 17-50)
Krystal Miller
(Kinoko Morino)
Yūko Mizutani Tabitha St. Germain
Harold Miller
(Hinoki Morino)
Hiro Yūki Cathy Weseluck
Austin Miller
(Arashi Morino)
Chie Kōjiro Danny McKinnon
Karly Miller
(Kodama Morino)
Kae Araki Sharon Alexander
Mrs. Miller Rika Fukami ¿?
Jack Miller Hōchū Ōtsuka Scott McNeil
Motoko Kumai ¿?
Recurring Characters
Emi Yabusaki ¿?
Principal Hiroshi Iwasaki Don Brown
Officer Collins
(Inspector Kawabata)
Takayuki Okada Colin Murdock
Ms. Carruthers
Ryōko Nagata Nicole Oliver
Masayo Kurata Chantal Strand
Bridget Tomoko Kaneda
Matthew Chika Sakamoto Jillian Michaels

Episodic Characters

Image Character Seiyū Dub Actor Episode
Mermaid ¿? Jillian Michaels 9, 48
Leroy Green ¿? Michael Coleman 24

Additional Voices


  • At least two scenes of the episode "Six Goes on a Date" were censored in this dub, likely due to violence.

Dub Credits


Date(s) Channel Country
2000's TV2/Studio 2 New Zealand New Zealand
Jetix United Kingdom United Kingdom


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