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The story was originally produced in 1949-1955.
In 1986-1987, Izumi Takemoto retold the original manga series, releasing it under the same title.
Two films were made in 1954, followed by one created 1960.
Live-action television dramas
The first TV drama series was broadcast in 1958-1960, featuring Misao Nakahara as Anmitsu.
Second TV drama series was broadcast in 1983-1984, featuring Kyōko Koizumi as Anmitsu.
Third TV drama series was broadcast in 2008-, featuring Mao Inoue as Anmitsu.
Anime television series
The series is about a tomboy princess took place in feudal era, but with modern-day technology.
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A Sega Master System video game based on the series was translated for the Europe, North America and Oceania markets as Alex Kidd in High-Tech World, with Anmitsu Hime characters replaced with Alex Kidd characters.
- Anmitsu Hime film list
- Sugar Princess - Studio Pierrot
- Anmitsu Hime - Studio Pierrot (Japanese)
- Sega Joy Joy news #11 contains info on the game
- Fuji TV page contain info on 2008 drama
- Anmitsu Hime (manga) at Anime News Network's Encyclopedia
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