Let's Go Quintuplets! (partially found English dub of anime series; early 2000s)

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Title screen for the series.

Status: Partially Found

Go! Go! Itsutsugo Land is a comedy anime about the adventures of five completely different quintuplets. It aired in Japan on TBS between 2001 and 2002.

An English dub of the anime was produced by The Ocean Group[1] as Let's Go Quintuplets!. The English version aired in at least New Zealand on TV2.[2] Other countries dubbed the dub to their own languages, because of that we know the segment titles of the first twelve episodes as the Russian dub didn't change the title cards.

All 50 episodes were dubbed[3][4] with each episode consisting of two segments. The first two episodes were released on an dual audio European Spanish DVD. Only 16 out of 100 segments have been found, with one of the found segment missing the beginning.

Found Segments

  • Playlist of segments uploaded by Austin Miller on YouTube
    • 3a - The Shopping Mall Model (beginning missing)
    • 15a - A Place of My Own
    • 17a - The Big Race
    • 19a - Doggone Dog
    • 19b - A Helping Hand
    • 20a - Krystal Storms The Stage
    • 21a - A Girl's Best Friend
    • 21b - What're Friends For?!
    • 22a - Grampa Comes To Visit!
    • 22b - Six Goes On A Date!
    • 25b - Krystal's Best Friend?
    • 27a - Brave Prince Karl
    • 27b - Mona's Revenge!

Voice Actors

  • Sharon Alexander
  • Don Brown
  • Noel Callahan
  • Gabe Khouth
  • Danny McKinnon
  • Scott McNeil - Jack Miller
  • Colin Murdock
  • Nicole Oliver - Ms. Carruthers
  • Tabitha St. Germain - Krystal Miller
  • Chantal Strand - Vanessa, Bridget
  • Venus Terzo
  • Cathy Weseluck - Harold Miller
  • Jillian Michaels - Matthew, Mermaid (episodes 9, 48)
  • Michael Coleman - Leroy Green (episode 24)


  • James McLeod was responsible at TBS for the successful production and licensing of Let’s Go Quintuplets! to Fox Kids.[5]
  • Diana Gage - Supervising producer
  • Geoffrey Rosen - Production coordinator
  • Keith A. Goddard - Audio post-production supervisor
  • Heather Nevin - Video editor, Video online
  • Leland Miller - Video online
  • Kevin Tokarsky - English adoption
  • Interpacific Productions, Randi Riediger - Casting
  • Kevin Stremlaw, Traci Stremlaw, David Iris - Theme song

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