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Professor Layton and the Eternal Diva (レイトン教授と永遠の歌姫, Reiton-kyōju to Eien no Utahime) is a 2009 Japanese animated mystery film directed by Masakazu Hashimoto, written by Aya Matsui from a story by Akihiro Hino and produced by P.A. Works and OLM. The film is based on the Professor Layton video game series by Level-5, taking place between the events of the video games Professor Layton and the Last Specter and Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask.

An English-language version was released by Manga Entertainment in the United Kingdom on October 18, 2010, around the same time as Professor Layton and the Unwound Future was released, with a British voice cast (including Maria Darling reprising her role of Luke from the UK releases of the games). The film was released in the United States on November 8, 2011 by Viz Media and received generally positive reviews from critics.


Renowned opera star Janice Quatlane contacts her former teacher, Professor Hershel Layton, after encountering a young girl who claims to be the reincarnation of her dead friend. While Layton and his apprentice, Luke Triton, are attending one of Janice's performances, they get unwillingly pulled into a puzzle-themed battle royal where the winner will apparently receive "the gift of eternal life".


Image Character Seiyū Dub Actor
Professor Layton Yō Ōizumi Christopher Robin Miller
Luke Triton Maki Horikita Maria Darling
Emmy Altava Saki Aibu Emma Tate
Janice Quatlane Nana Mizuki
Jean Descole Atsuro Watabe Jonathan Keeble
Inspector Clamp Grosky Hōchū Ōtsuka Stuart Organ
Oswald Whistler Iemasa Kayumi Robbie Stevens
Melina Whistler Fumiko Orikasa Emma Tate
Curtis O'Donnell Shōzō Iizuka Wayne Forester
Marco Brock Kenta Miyake David Holt
Amelia Ruth Megumi Toyoguchi Claire Morgan
Frederick Bargland Jōji Nakata Stuart Organ
Annie Dretche LiLiCo Maria Darling
Pierre Starbuck Kōichi Yamadera Robbie Stevens
Constable Barton Hiromi Sugino Wayne Forester
Don Paolo Minoru Inaba Christopher Robin Miller
Inspector Chelmey Shirō Saitō
Flora Reinhold Mamiko Noto Claire Morgan
Dr. Andrew Schrader Rokurō Naya Stuart Organ

Additional Voices[]

  • John Sparkes

Video Releases[]

Distributor Year Format Region Country
Manga Entertainment 2010 BD B
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Viz Media 2011 1
United States United States
Madman Entertainment 4
Australia Australia

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