Bootleg (TV serial)


Bootleg is a 2002 miniseries for children, commissioned by the BBC and based on a book of the same name by Alex Shearer It was shown as a three-part series in the UK, with subsequent broadcasts in Australia and all over the world

The novel has been adapted in Japan in the form of manga and 13 episode ONA series under the title Chocolate Underground チョコレート・アンダーグラウンド, Chokorēto Andāguraundo1

Contents

  • 1 Plot
  • 2 Media
    • 21 Book
    • 22 TV series
    • 23 Manga
    • 24 Anime
      • 241 Cast
  • 3 References
    • 31 Other references
  • 4 External links

Plotedit

The film is about a new political party called the "Good for You" abbreviated as GFY which comes into power and bans chocolate Two kids named Smudger Moore and Huntley Hunter want to get their chocolate back They begin by selling bootleg chocolate, and go on to join an underground resistance organization

The film climaxes in a huge revolution where people take to the streets They demand that chocolate be brought back, and that the government be overthrown

It tells us about how they face ups and downs on their way

The way in which the revolution is triggered, by a group seizing a "terrorist-proof" broadcasting studio to broadcast a message of resistance, has a remarkable resemblance to V's broadcast in the graphic novel V for Vendetta 1982–1988

Mediaedit

Bookedit

Bootleg was first published as a book written by Alex Shearer and is published by Macmillan Children's Books on 4 July 20032

TV seriesedit

The adaptation, commissioned by BBC was made into a three-part series and was first broadcast in the United Kingdom and later in Australia

It has won a British Academy of Film and Television Arts Award for Best Children's Drama, with the screenplay written by Paul Smith

The TV adaptation features British actors Martin Jarvis, Steven Geller and Gemma Jones

Mangaedit

The manga adaptation was done by Japanese manga artist, Aiji Yamakawa It was serialized in Shueisha's shōjo monthly manga magazine, Bessatsu Margaret from its 2nd issue and ended on the 15th issue of the magazine in the year 2008

It has only one volume and was released on October 20083

Animeedit

The anime adaptation of the manga is written by Kiyoko Yoshimura and animated by Production IG with original character designs provided by Aiji Yamakawa voice actor Fumie Mizusawa and Toshiyuki Toyonaga voices the main characters, Smudger Moore and Huntley Hunter respectively and Japanese singer, Maaya Sakamoto voicing Carol Hunter

The adaptation's theme song and insert song are sung by Kana Nishino The theme song's title is Make Up and the insert song is titled as Kirari and is released under SME Records

Castedit

  • Smudger Moore – Fumie Mizusawa
  • Huntley Hunter - Toshiyuki Toyonaga
  • Louise Bubby - Mikako Takahashi
  • Director of Headquarters - Katsuyuki Konishi
  • Ron Moore - Keiji Fujiwara
  • Joe Crawley - Kenjirō Tsuda
  • Carol Hunter - Maaya Sakamoto
  • Kylie Moore - Rie Nakagawa
  • John Blades - Tatsuhisa Suzuki

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Referencesedit

  1. ^ "UK's Bootleg Novel Animated for Mobile Phones in Japan" Anime News Network 14 February 2008 Retrieved 19 March 2009 
  2. ^ "Amazoncom: Bootleg: Alex Shearer: Books" Retrieved 19 March 2009 
  3. ^ "チョコレート・アンダーグラウンド: 紀伊國屋書店BookWeb" Retrieved 22 April 2009 
  4. ^ "チョコレート・アンダーグラウンド | CHOCOLATE UNDERGROUND - Cast list" Retrieved 22 April 2009 

Other referencesedit

  • Shearer, Alex Bootleg Macmillan Children's Books, July 2003 ISBN 978-0330415620

External linksedit

  • Bootleg at the Internet Movie Database
  • Burberry Productions'
  • Chocolate Underground Official Site
  • Chocolate Underground ONA anime at Anime News Network's encyclopedia


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