It's an anime cartoon serious based on the original novel of DADDY LONG LEGS written by Jean Webster. It takes you through the high school life of Judy Abbot and her mysterious benefactor called Jhon Smith.
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I saw this little anime-show back in my childhood and the main thing that, I remember, fascinated me greatly was the storyline between stern, sober and dark-handsome Gilbert and noble lady Marian. His cold passion for her was the main thing that kept me watching, apart form brave Robin's adventures. Usual thing: when bad guys fall for good girls - I was no exception. And on the whole, that anime was sweet to watch; there were many funny and curious moments that printed on my memory and are still remembered, 10 years after. As a 'Prince of Thieves' story it works out really well, showing all the points necessary for a usual children didactic tale. As a simple adventure cartoon it is dynamic and calm when it's needed. And we mustn't forget that it's a romantic story as well, and romance is something anime-creators have always been great at.
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