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Claudia LaSalle

Claudia LaSalle
Macross character
First appearance Episode 1 - "Boobytrap"
Voiced by Noriko Ohara / Christine Auten

Claudia LaSalle (クローディア・ラサール Kurōdia Rasāru) is a fictional character in the Macross animated science fiction universe.[1] She debuts in the first episode of the first series, The Super Dimension Fortress Macross.[2] She also appears in The Super Dimension Fortress Macross: Do You Remember Love? movie and in archival footage and flashbacks in The Super Dimension Fortress Macross: Flash Back 2012 music video collection.[3]

Her voice actress was Noriko Ohara in the original Japanese TV version,[4][5][6][7] in The Super Dimension Fortress Macross: Do You Remember Love? movie adaptation,[8] and in The Super Dimension Fortress Macross: Flash Back 2012 OVA.[9]

In the English dub of the original Japanese series that was released by ADV Films in January 2006 the character was voiced by Christine Auten.[5]

In the fictional continuity of Macross Claudia LaSalle is an American U.N. Spacy bridge officer in charge of weaponry and navigation of the SDF-1 Macross space fortress.[1] She and fellow bridge officer Misa Hayase are close friends, and she is often there to give her friend advice on matters of the heart (especially when it comes to Misa's confused feelings for Hikaru Ichijyo), something Hayase is awkward in. She used to be in a close relationship with Roy Focker until his death.[10]

She is known as Claudia Grant in Robotech. Claudia LaSalle does not die at the end of Macross,[11] although her Robotech counterpart does die.

It is possible Claudia is a relative of Edgar LaSalle from Macross Zero, who was Shin Kudo's RIO.

References

  1. ^ a b Character of Macross: Claudia LaSalle. Pages 120 and 121. Macross Perfect Memory. Reference Book. 260 A4 pages. Minori Library, Japan. Y2800. 1983, October 10.
  2. ^ The Super Dimension Fortress Macross Visual Story: Booby Trap. Pages 10 and 11. Macross Perfect Memory. Reference Book. 260 A4 pages. Minori Library, Japan. Y2800. 1983, October 10.
  3. ^ Best Hit Series: The Super Dimension Fortress Macross: Flash Back 2012 Graffiti. Shougakukan, Japan. Y910. 1987.
  4. ^ The Super Dimension Fortress Macross: Cast. Pages 254-257. Macross Perfect Memory. Reference Book. 260 A4 pages. Minori Library, Japan. Y2800. 1983, October 10.
  5. ^ a b English Dub Page.MacrossADV Films Official Archived 23 April 2009 at the Wayback MachineEnglish/Japanese Cast Information. 04-09-09
  6. ^ . Series Section. 04-09-09Macross Official WebsiteThe Super Dimension Fortress Macross (TV Series). Character Section: Claudia LaSalle.
  7. ^ "Voice Actors". The Super Dimension Fortress Macross Liner Notes.  
  8. ^ . Series Section. 04-09-09Macross Official WebsiteThe Super Dimension Fortress Macross: Do You Remember Love? Character Section: Claudia LaSalle.
  9. ^ . Series Section. 04-09-09Macross Official WebsiteThe Super Dimension Fortress Macross: Flash Back 2012 (OVA). Character Section: Claudia LaSalle.
  10. ^ The Super Dimension Fortress Macross Visual Story: Pine Salad. Pages 34 and 35. Macross Perfect Memory. Reference Book. 260 A4 pages. Minori Library, Japan. Y2800. 1983, October 10.
  11. ^ The Super Dimension Fortress Macross Visual Story: Yasashisa Sayonara. Pages 82 and 83. Macross Perfect Memory. Reference Book. 260 A4 pages. Minori Library, Japan. Y2800. 1983, October 10.

External links

  • Official Macross website(Japanese)
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