On this page, there are some links to other
places, which might be interesting. There are quite few yet. If you discover
other good sites, which are related to 'A Little Princess
Sara' in any way, please let me know.
Sub Rosa - Rare and Literary Anime
- Visit this site to get vast information about all the other series
in Nippon Animation's World Masterpiece Theater
(WMT) line. The list features all titles
from the very beginning up today. You will find many names such as the
directors or the character designers and also useful background information,
which should turn you into a World Masterpiece Theater expert.
The site is maintained by Benjamin Ettinger
Note: There is a copy of an older version of this page on a server
The World Masterpiece Theater
- There is now a second home page solely dedicated to the World Masterpiece
Theater animes, maintained by Frederic Goëtzinger (firstname.lastname@example.org). It is bilingual;
French and English. It offers a good introduction into the WMT and it's
purpose as well as a complete listing of all series. On some series a more
detailed description is available. Frederic will tell you also his personal
opinion of them (he's got an excellent taste if you ask me. ^_^). The page
offers also a great deal of broadcast information, mainly in Europe. One of
the most important parts of the site is the WMT favourites poll. Cast your
vote now. You'll also find the info you need to join the new Nippon
in English language. Finally!
The Sara section is here.
Nippon Animation Official Home Page
- On the official home page of Nippon Animation, they inform about their
newest productions, but I am afraid it is in Japanese. Additionally there is
information about the many video cassettes, CDs, books or LD Boxes which are
available directly from Nippon Animation. I am afraid the site is in
The web page was designed by Team Media Forest
- Yocky's Sara page
- Unfortunately, this page does not exist anymore. It's contents have merged
with Ram Dass' page (see below). Yocky's page for
Katri, Girl of the Meadows is
still there, though. Well worth checking out.
Was maintained by Yoshiki Ooshima (email@example.com), now by
Collector TAKA (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Yuuta Ihara's Sara page
- This is a great site dedicated to 'A Little Princess
Sara'. It contains several sections including a character guide and
more information such as general discussion about the WMT line. Unfortunately
this is a Japanese site so I can't really tell more.
The site is owned by Yuuta Ihara
Maria's Sara page
- Finally another German Sara page. There is a summary of the story and
a character guide on it. I'll give a spoiler warning here although most of
you English speaking people should not be able to understand German. ^_^
The Princess Sara Museum
- This is by all means the largest Japanese Sara-page authored by Seiichi
"Ramdas" Adachi (e-mail: email@example.com).
For example there are really countless pictures. They are divided in anime
article scans, cel scans, grabs direct from the LDs, merchandise photos,
fan-art and fun pics, and many more including sketches and other production
material. There is even a Windows 95/98 screensaver for Sara.
Additionally you get the usual informations like a staff listing, a character
guide and a story overview. If you are able to speak Japanese, the Sara BBS
will be one of the most interesting installments of the page. This is a
so-called WWW board which is a mixture of a guestbook and a newsgroup.
- A new Japanese home page dedicated to Sara. Too bad that you can't read the
text without knowledge of the Japanese language. Because, it is reported to
be very interesting and amusing. To console yourself, you can look at the
assorted collection of fan art. The whole page itself looks very nice. Being
only a part of the owner's main page, you're as well invited to have a look
Dream Come True
- A fanlisting is a directory of fans of a specific topic serving as a
contact point of contact for them. This fanlisting for Sara fans is hosted
by Bernie Bette and is set in the USA.
Entry at Best Anime
- Best Anime is a directory resembling the Internet Movie Database, mostly
because visitors can rate the entries. There is fairly large picture
archive, mostly screenshots from a German broadcast. The other pictures
are taken from my gallery. And there is still more material ready to download.
Cyber Namida Review
- Cyber Namida is a huge French anime site. Follow the above link to get to
a short review of the French version of 'A Little Princess Sara'
(in french). Be careful, though: as far as my limited French knowledge can
tell, the whole story is being given away. You have been warned. You can as
well go to the main page of Cyber
- Record of René Quakernack's project to encode the series in the
DIVX format. There are many example screenshots on this page. Tips and guides
to DIVX can be found at the main
page. Of course, Sara is not the only project.
Nippon Animation Filmography
- Ben Ettinger also provides a listing of nearly all Nippon Animation
productions. The list is not so extensively commented like the previous one
but it is still very interesting. Nippon Animation has produced many other
anime besides the World Masterpiece Theater line such as 'Spaceship
Sagittarius' or 'Hey! Bunbuu'.
- Project Gutenberg
- This non-profit organization is dedicated to make classic literature
available online. You can read not only 'Sara Crewe' or
'A Little Princess', but many more. There are over 750
books available. The authors: Frances Hodgson Burnett, William Shakespeare,
Dante Alighieri ... and of course many of the authors whose works were adapted
by the series in the World Masterpiece Theater line.
- This is the right place to discuss children's literature. People often
use it to discover good books for their children but it is evident that also
many adults are interested in children's novels.
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