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Kimba the White Lion entry date: Mar 1, 2007
KIMBA THE WHITE LION original Japan airdates: (as 'Jungle Emperor') Oct 1965-1966 on Fuji TV original US airdates: Sept 2, 1966-1969 in syndication later airdates: 1971-Oct 1978 in syndication, 1993-present in syndication episodes: 52 animated by: Mushi Productions distributed by: NBC Films (1966-1971), National Telefilm Associates (1971-1978), limbo/courts (1978-1993), Worldwide (1993-present) created by Osamu Tezuka NOTE: The first color produced Anime cartoon by Mushi Productions, co-developed for Japan and US audiences. After NBC/NTA's rights to the series expired in 1978, the show was to revert back to Mushi Productions, but the company had gone bankrupt. The series was tied up in courts for years and locked in a vault, until a solution was resolved. In 1993 Worldwide, a Canadian syndication company, bought the series and in order to avoid legal issues, redubbed the series and produced new music for it. This is the version that has been recently on television, but the original dub is available on DVD and VHS. All information from Kimba W. Lion's Corner of the Web
EPISODE GUIDE #01 Go, White Lion! #02 The Wind In the Desert #03 A Human Friend #04 Great Caesar's Ghost #05 Fair Game #06 Jungle Thief #07 Battle At the Dead River #08 The Insect Invasion #09 The Flying Tiger #10 Two Hearts and Two Minds #11 Catch 'Em If You Can #12 The Hunting Ground #13 The Trappers #14 Journey Into Time #15 Scramed Eggs #16 Diamonds In the Gruff #17 The Magic Serpent #18 The Runaway #19 The Mystery of the Deserted Village #20 Restaurant Trouble #21 The Bad Baboon #22 Dangerous Journey #23 The Gigantic Grasshopper #24 Gypsy's Purple Potion #25 Too Many Elephants #26 The Revolting Development #27 Chameleon Who Cried Wolf #28 The Wild Wildcat #29 The Nightmare Narcissus #30 Adventure In the City #31 City of Gold #32 The Last Poacher #33 Jungle Justics #34 Jungle Fun #35 The Pretenders #36 Monster of Petrified Valley #37 Legend of Hippo Valley #38 Volcano Island #39 Running Wild #40 The Troublemaker #41 Destroyers From the Desert #42 The Balloon That Blows Up #43 Monster of the Mountain #44 A Friends In Deed #45 Such Sweet Sorrow #46 The Return of Fancy Prancy #47 The Cobweb Caper #48 The Red Menace #49 The Sun Tree #50 Soldier of Fortune #51 The Day the Sun Went Out #52 Silvertail the Renegade VOICE ACTORS Gilbert Mack as Pauley Cracker Cliff Owens as Dan'l Baboon Sonia Owens as Kitty Hal Studer as Roger Ranger Billie Lou Watt as Kimba
LEO THE LION original Japan airdates: (as 'The New Jungle Emperor' or 'Onward, Leo!') 1966-1967 on Fuji TV (immediately after Jungle EmperorÔ─Ös run ended) original US airdates: June 1984-? on CBN stations and in syndication later airdates: ? episodes: 26 animated by: Mushi Productions distributed by: CBN NOTE: Sequel to Kimba the White Lion initially made just for Japan, but later dubbed for the US. For legal reasons the original Japanese names were kept. Focuses on an adult Leo/Kimba and his son Rune and daugther Rukio. Guide to difference in Kimba the White Lion and Leo the Lion names: Kimba = Leo Kitty = Lea Caesar = Panja Snowene = Eliza Pauley = Coco Bucky = Tomy EPISODE GUIDE #01 The First Adventure #02 The Map of Danger #03 The Blue Lion #04 The Last Hunt of the Ahabi People #05 Leo Becomes a Father #06 The Mighty Gorilla #07 The Golden Bow #08 The Case of the Moonlight Stone #09 The Falcons #10 Rick the Lycon #11 Panja's Side #12 The Poachers #13 Duel At Lubar Valley #14 The Saber-Toothed Tiger #15 The Marked Giraffe #16 Lily the Black Leopard #17 Devil Falls #18 The Steel Monster #19 The House For the Animals #20 The White Clif #21 Agura the Terrible #22 Candle Rock #23 The Silver Wolf #24 Adventure At Volcano Island #25 The Green Plague #26 The Eternal Mount Moon VOICE ACTORS unknown
OTHER KIMBA RELATED ANIMATED WORKS Jungle Emperor (July 1966 Japanese theatrical movie, made of three Kimba episodes edited together) The New Jungle Emperor (Oct 12, 1989-Oct 11, 1990 in Japan, new TV series) Jungle Empereor Leo (1997 Japanese theatrical movie, US dubbed version released in 2003)
LINKS Go back to the Cartoon Resource Website
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KIMBA THE WHITE LION LINKS
Big Cartoon Database
Kimba W. Lion's Corner of the Web
TV.com

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