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  • Actors: Taylor Hannah, David Matranga, Tyler Galindo
  • Directors: Steven Foster
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Widescreen, Color, Box set, NTSC
  • Language: Japanese (Dolby Digital 5.1), English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Funimation Prod
  • DVD Release Date: December 7, 2010
  • Run Time: 576 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0043988L2
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #39,236 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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The awe-inspiring Le Chevalier D'Eon is a revolutionary experience for any fan of anime. The visceral artistry of this epic adventure transports audiences to the lush gardens of Versailles, where they will struggle to decipher the secrets behind a horrifying murder. The mystery begins in Paris during the year 1742. A coffin floats abandoned on the river Seine, its lid marked by a single word scrawled in blood - "Psalms." The body of slain beauty Lia de Beaumont lies within. Now, Lia's brother D'Eon must overcome his anguish and hunt down her killers. His investigation reveals a clandestine evil spreading from the darkest alleys of Europe to the palaces of kings. As his search continues, D'Eon comes face to face with a terrifying power: a force capable of bringing Lia's soul back from the dead to possess the only weapon at her disposal - her own brother.

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It is actually quite a good show all things considered.
Nerin Nightingale
Yet, I highly enjoyed it, and like Moribito, another under appreciated anime, I was sucked in from the beginning.
Leaf
The settings and costumes are rendered in great and beautiful detail.
RavenRing

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By RavenRing on December 6, 2010
During the reign of Louis XV, the French spy D'Eon de Beaumont is devastated when his beloved elder sister's body is found floating in a coffin on Seine river. D'Eon is determined to uncover the mystery of his sister's murder, but his search is complicated when Lia's revenge-thirsty soul enters his body. D'Eon gathers together three companions who also wish to avenge Lia's death - Robin, the Queen's young page, Dumond, a spy who often worked with Lia, and Teillagory, the swordsman who taught both Lia and D'Eon. Together they travel over Europe following Lia's movement before her death. Loyalty and betrayal, mystery and magic, Le Chevalier D'Eon is sure to keep you guessing until the end!

I really enjoyed this show. The story and characters were both interesting, but what I enjoyed most was the artwork and the historical connection. The settings and costumes are rendered in great and beautiful detail. I visited the Palace of Versailles about a year after watching this series and I greatly enjoyed finding the parts that I recognized from the show. Unfortunately, the Hall of Mirrors looks better in anime then in real life :( The historical aspect of the series is well done and even more interesting because the character D'Eon is based on a real person - a French spy named D'Eon de Beaumont. I liked reading the historical notes on the DVDs and seeing where fact and fiction diverge.

The ending of this show was a little rushed, but it didn't bother me much. I watched this series with two of my sisters and while they enjoyed the show, they weren't nearly as impressed as I was. It depends on how much you like history and mystery :) But for $22 bucks, why not give it a try?!
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By SAB2000 on October 22, 2012
It is very rare to see a historically based anime show whether it's fiction or facts based that is not about Feudal Japan, and that's what makes Le Chevalier D'Eon so special. Other than the distant cousin, The Rose of Versailles, Le Chevalier delves brazenly into European history of 18th century and creates a historical fantasy with supernatural twist that feels so real. I first saw this gem on Netflix and immediately fell in love with the show. Another masterpiece from the makers of Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex, Le Chevalier D'Eon is absolutely amazing and engrossing. A real treat for me to see anime masterfully intertwine history with mysticism, fiction and magic. The writers creatively based the story on historical facts without going over the top. I loved how they took Psalms and turned them into "dark magic" that only select few could master - poets; it clearly showed the tragedy and irony of how something good could be twisted into evil. The anime has a rich and intense storyline with plenty of action, political games, intrigues, espionage, suspense, mystery, drama, constantly twisting and turning so that I couldn't sit back from the edge of the seat, never knowing what to expect, wanting to know what happens next. The script and dialogues were complex and deep. The series brilliantly showed the opulence of Versailles and its inhabitants, the obliviousness of the royalty and aristocracy of the time to the turbulences going on in the country leading to the decay and destruction of Monarchial France. The clothing, royal palaces and landscapes were amazingly accurate and beautiful detailed.Read more ›
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Prepare for a romantic tragedy, and a horrifying spiral into an anime that will leave you moved. AMAZING animation. Extremely under appreciated.

It's hard to find such intelligent shows as D'eon these days, even more so when you realize that this story has many real life inspirations. D'eon, our protagonist, is possessed by the soul of his sister, who was murdered. In real history, D'eon served under Louis XV, and after the Revolution proceeded to dress as a woman until the day he died. He also underwent some secret operations under his Kings orders in the group, Le Secret du Roir, disguised as a woman who he calls Lia-who is the dead sister in this anime.

When he attempts to discover her killer, a supernatural twist is spun. Trust me, it was handled perfectly, and I am a huge history nerd, so I am more than pleased with the story. Throw in breathtaking animation, gorgeous, realistic style and beautiful backgrounds to immerse you in France, Russia, and England that the story delves into, and this is a keeper.

The dub is actually REALLY good, and I recommend you listen to that if you have a choice. The mystery is a satisfying one that will make you rack your head trying to remember all the information thrown in at the last half, but it isn't so daunting that you will become frustrated.

Like the anime I mentioned in my review title, this anime is a tragic one. Even if you don't like tragic endings, I have to persist in asking you to give this anime a try. It is severely under appreciated, and one of the most gorgeous, and horrifying and romantically tragic anime I have ever seen.

Yes, there are a lot of mixed reviews for this, but I believe that is due to the nature of this show.
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