Princess Tutu

Season 1 Episode 7

Akt 07 - Kapitel des Eies: Raven Princess ~ An der schönen blauen Donau

Aired Unknown Sep 27, 2002 on
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Duck and Mytho are eventually having bad dreams about what happened the other day. But it seems a new opponent has come, name Princess Kraehe which can mean trouble for Princess Tutu.

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    • QUOTES (1)

      • Mr. Cat: This seems to be Duck's report. It was good. That is it was wonderful in its brevity.
        Duck: (in a down mood and her friends are starting to freak out) Thank you very much.
        Mr. Cat: I wasn't praising you.
        Duck: Is that so?
        Mr. Cat: If you keep this up you will fall back to the apprentice class again and oyu will have to marry-
        Duck: That's fine.
        (Mr. Cat is shocked)
        Pique and Lile: No way...
        Mr. Cat: Fine, you say. Do you mean falling back to the apprentice class? Or maybe... M-M-M...
        Pique: (touches her forehead) Oh no! She has a terrible fever!
        Lilie: (looking at her leg) And she's covered in goosbumps!
        Pique: We have to go to the medical office!

    • NOTES (3)

      • Princess Kraehe: Kraehe is the romanized spelling of the Germen word Krähe, which means crow or raven.

      • Music heard throughout this episode includes "Miniature Overture," and "March," from Tchaikovsky's The Nutcracker; "The Wedding March," from Mendelssohn's A Midsummer Night's Dream; "March of the Clock," and "Dance of the Automatons," from Delibes' Coppelia; "Aquarium," from Saint-Saens' Carnival of the Animals; Strauss' The Blue Danube; and Satie's Gymnopedie No. 1.

      • The Introduction of the Episode (English Sub)

        Once upon a time, there lived a child. To the child, the world was full of mysterious things. "What for?" "Why?" "How?" Whenever one puzzle was solved, two more appeared. Whenever two puzzles were solved, four more appeared. Whenever four puzzles were solved, countless more. Before he knew it, the child was swallowed up by the puzzles.

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