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Takeshi Aono
TAKESHI AONO (青野 武, Aono Takeshi, June 19, 1936 – April 9, 2012) was a Japanese voice actor and actor from Asahikawa, Hokkaidō
Asahikawa, Hokkaidō
. He was attached to Aoni Production at the time of his death. He graduated from Hokkaidō Asahikawa Higashi High School
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Tensai Bakabon
TENSAI BAKABON (天才バカボン, lit. "Genius Bakabon") is a manga and anime series created by Fujio Akatsuka which began publication on April 9, 1967, in Weekly Shōnen Magazine
Weekly Shōnen Magazine
. It is about the misadventures of a dim-witted boy (Bakabon) and his insane father, the latter of whom eventually becomes the central character. The official English name is MEET THE BONEHEADS. CONTENTS* 1 Characters * 1.1 Minor characters * 2 Media * 2.1 Manga
Manga
* 2.2 Anime
Anime
* 3 References * 4 External links CHARACTERS Bakabon's Papa (バカボンのパパ, Bakabon no Papa) Bakabon's troublemaker father who eventually steals the show and becomes the central character. His catchphrase is saying "Kore de ii noda (これでいいのだ, It'll be all right)" to someone when trying to get them to go along with one of his stupid plans
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Lupin III Part II
LUPIN THE THIRD PART II is the second incarnation of TMS Entertainment 's long-running anime television adaptation of the Lupin III (Japanese : ルパン三世, Hepburn : Rupan Sansei) manga series written by Monkey Punch . The series is often referred to as NEW LUPIN III (新 ルパン三世, Shin Rupan Sansei) by Japanese fans. The series contains 155 episodes which aired between October 3, 1977 and October 6, 1980 on the Japanese television network NTV (Nippon Television) . Episodes 145 and 155 were the first to appear in the United States
United States
on VHS
VHS
in 1994, released by Streamline Pictures initially under the title of Lupin III: Tales of the Wolf, and later as Lupin III\'s Greatest Capers . Pioneer Entertainment
Pioneer Entertainment
then licensed and released 79 episodes in North America, some of which were broadcast on Adult Swim
Adult Swim
in 2003
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Nobody's Boy
NOBODY\'S BOY may refer to: * Sans Famille , an 1878 novel by Hector Malot * Nobody\'s Boy: Remi , a 1977 anime based on the above novel * Nobody\'s Boy , a 1913 silent film starring Adrienne Kroell
Adrienne Kroell
and produced by Selig Films This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title NOBODY\'S BOY. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article. Retrieved from "https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Nobody%27s_Boy additional terms may apply. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy .® is a registered trademark of the Wikimedia Foundation, Inc
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Space Battleship Yamato II
SPACE BATTLESHIP YAMATO II (Japanese : 宇宙戦艦ヤマト2, Hepburn : Uchū Senkan Yamato
Yamato
Tsū), also known as STAR BLAZERS: THE COMET EMPIRE or STAR BLAZERS II, is a Japanese military science fiction anime series produced by Academy Productions and Group TAC
Group TAC
. It is the sequel to Space Battleship Yamato
Space Battleship Yamato
and an adaptation of the movie Arrivederci Yamato
Yamato
created by Yoshinobu Nishizaki and Leiji Matsumoto . It aired on Yomiuri TV
Yomiuri TV
in Japan from October 14, 1978 to April 4, 1979. It is later get a remake in 2017 under the name Space Battleship Yamato
Yamato
2202: Warriors of Love
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Arabian Nights
STYLES * Mashrabiya * Muqarnas * Arabesque * Windcatcher
Windcatcher
* Gardens FEATURES OF MOSQUES *
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Karate Baka Ichidai
KARATE MASTER (空手バカ一代, Karate Baka Ichidai, lit. "A Karate-Crazy Life") is a Japanese manga drawn by Jiro Tsunoda and Jōya Kagemaru, with the story written by Ikki Kajiwara . The story was inspired by the life of the real life martial artist Mas Oyama
Mas Oyama
. The manga was published in Weekly Shōnen Magazine
Weekly Shōnen Magazine
between 1971 and 1977, and accumulated in 29 tankōbon volumes. The anime television series was produced by Tokyo Movie
Tokyo Movie
and aired Wednesdays, from 19:30 to 20:00, on NET from October 3, 1973 to September 25, 1974, totaling 47 episodes. The manga was first adapted into a live-action film by Toei as Karate Baka Ichidai, which was released on 14 May 1977 (the English release title was Karate for Life ). It was directed by Kazuhiko Yamaguchi and starred Shin\'ichi ("Sonny") Chiba
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Super Jetter
SUPER JETTER (未来から少年スーパージェッター, Mirai Kara Shounen Super Jetter, lit. Boy From the Future Super Jetter) is a Japanese monochrome anime television series created by Fumio Hisamatsu , who also served as the series character designer. When the series was broadcast in other countries, some episodes were redone in color, and the Japanese rebroadcasts use these color episodes. CONTENTS * 1 Plot * 2 Characters * 3 Release * 4 References PLOT Super Jetter comes from the 30th century, but after fighting the villain known as "Jaguar" he ends up in a time machine that sends them back to the 20th century. He meets a young girl named Kaoru whose father is the Secretary of International Science Bureau of Investigation, Saigou Mizushima. With his super abilities, Jetter is asked by Mr. Mizushima to help keep peace in the 20th century. Jetter has superior intelligence and strength compared to those of the 20th century
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Sabu To Ichi Torimono Hikae
SABU TO ICHI TORIMONO HIKAE (佐武と市捕物控, Sabu and Ichi's Detective
Detective
Memoirs), sometimes translated as SABU AND ICHI\'S DETECTIVE STORIES/TALES and SABU AND ICHI\'S ARREST WARRANT, is a manga series by Shotaro Ishimori originally published in Weekly Shōnen Sunday beginning in 1966. In April 1968, the series moved to serialization in the first issue of Big Comic , where it was published until the series ended four years later in the April 10, 1972 issue. The manga was adapted into an anime television series which aired on NET from October 3, 1968 to September 24, 1969. The series won the 1968 Shogakukan Manga
Manga
Award . In addition to the manga and anime series, a live action period drama series was aired on Fuji TV from 1981 to 1982 as part of their Jidaigeki Special
Special
series. A total of four specials were created and aired
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Devilman
DEVILMAN (Japanese : デビルマン, Hepburn : Debiruman) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Go Nagai , which originally started as an anime adaptation of the concept of Nagai's previous manga series, Demon Lord Dante . This 39-episode anime series was developed by Toei Animation
Toei Animation
in 1972, while Nagai began the Devilman
Devilman
as a manga in Kodansha
Kodansha
's Weekly Shōnen Magazine
Weekly Shōnen Magazine
, barely a month before the anime series started. The series has since spawned numerous OVAs , manga, novels, and films. Devilman
Devilman
and other characters from the series have shown up in cameo appearances numerous times in Go Nagai's other works. The most notable is Tomoharu Katsumata
Tomoharu Katsumata
's 1973 feature film Mazinger Z vs. Devilman
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Science Ninja Team Gatchaman
SCIENCE NINJA TEAM GATCHAMAN (科学忍者隊ガッチャマン, Kagaku Ninjatai Gatchaman) is a Japanese animated franchise about a five-member superhero team created by Tatsuo Yoshida
Tatsuo Yoshida
and produced by Tatsunoko Productions . The original anime series, which debuted in 1972, was eponymously entitled Kagaku Ninja
Ninja
Tai Gatchaman and is best known in the English-speaking world as the adaptation entitled Battle of the Planets (1978). The series had additional English adaptations with G-Force: Guardians of Space (1986) and ADV Films ' uncut 2005 release. Tatsunoko also uses the official translation Science Commando Gatchaman in related products and media. The original Kagaku Ninja
Ninja
Tai Gatchaman series was followed by an animated film and two direct sequel series, Gatchaman II (1978) and Gatchaman Fighter (1979)
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Invincible Steel Man Daitarn 3
THE UNCHALLENGEABLE DAITARN 3 (無敵鋼人ダイターン3, Muteki Kōjin Daitān 3, lit. Invincible Steel Man Daitarn 3) is an anime series created by Yoshiyuki Tomino and Hajime Yatate , and produced by Sunrise . It was first broadcast on Japanese TV in 1978. The series lasted for 40 episodes. The opening theme Come Here! Daitarn 3 is sung by Makoto Fujiwara. Despite being relatively unsuccessful in Japan
Japan
, the series became very popular abroad, especially in Italy
Italy
during the early 80's. CONTENTS * 1 Plot * 2 History * 3 Characters * 3.1 Main Characters * 3.2 Meganoids * 3.3 Other Characters * 4 Daitarn 3 * 5 Megaborg and Megaborg-like Entities * 6 Video games * 7 External links PLOTSōzō Haran was a brilliant scientist that was conducting research on Mars
Mars
. He created a form of cyborg life with the ability to think for itself
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Yatterman
YATTERMAN (Japanese : ヤッターマン, Hepburn : Yattāman) is a Japanese anime television series broadcast from January 1, 1977 to January 27, 1979, comprising 108 episodes. It is the second and longest show in the Time Bokan
Time Bokan
series by Tatsunoko Productions
Tatsunoko Productions
. The series succeeded Time Bokan
Time Bokan
and preceded Zenderman
Zenderman
; it was the final series to be produced by company founder Tatsuo Yoshida
Tatsuo Yoshida
prior to his death. A remake of Yatterman
Yatterman
aired on NTV and Yomiuri TV
Yomiuri TV
from January 14, 2008 through September 27, 2009, with the original voice actors for the Dorombo gang. A live-action adaptation was released theatrically in March 2009
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Nils No Fushigi Na Tabi
THE WONDERFUL ADVENTURES OF NILS (ニルスのふしぎな旅, Nirusu no Fushigi na Tabi) is an anime adaptation of the novel The Wonderful Adventures of Nils by the Swedish author Selma Lagerlöf
Selma Lagerlöf
. The 52 episode series ran on the Japanese network NHK
NHK
from January 1980 to March 1981. The series was the very first production by Studio Pierrot
Studio Pierrot
. The anime was mostly fairly true to the original, apart from the appearance of Nils' pet hamster , and the greater role allowed to the fox Smirre. The music was written by Czech composer Karel Svoboda
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Urusei Yatsura
URUSEI YATSURA (うる星やつら) is a comedic manga series written and illustrated by Rumiko Takahashi and serialized in Weekly Shōnen Sunday from 1978 to 1987. Its 374 individual chapters were published in 34 tankōbon volumes. It is the story of Ataru Moroboshi , and the alien Lum , who believes she is Ataru's wife after he accidentally proposes to her. The series makes heavy use of Japanese mythology , culture and puns. The series was adapted into an anime television series produced by Kitty Films and broadcast on Fuji Television affiliates from 1981 to 1986 with 195 episodes. Eleven OVAs and six theatrical movies followed, and the series was released on VHS
VHS
, Laserdisc , DVD
DVD
, and Blu-ray Disc in Japan. The manga series was republished in different formats in Japan
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Dash Kappei
DASH KAPPEI (ダッシュ勝平) is a sports manga series written and illustrated by Noboru Rokuda and first published in 1980 in Weekly Shōnen Sunday . The manga had 158 chapters. The manga was also adapted into a 65-episode anime television series by Tatsunoko Production
Tatsunoko Production
in 1981, chiefly directed by Masayuki Hayashi . The anime was aired across Japan on Fuji TV
Fuji TV
Sundays at 6 p.m. from 4 October 1981 to 26 December 1982. In Japan, it was one of Tatsunoko's most successful shows of the 1980s in terms of ratings, regularly scoring around 15-20%, but it achieved even greater success when it was adapted for the Italian TV market in 1983 under the title Gigi la Trottola. Due to the anime's success in Italy, the complete manga was also released there (keeping the original Japanese title and character names) in 2001
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