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Preview: Kimba, The White Lion DVD Collection – Anime Elements

From Osamu Tezuka, the creator of Astro Boy, comes Kimba, one of the “first-generation anime classics” to reach American TV, and the very first Japanese animation to be broadcast in color, in 1965. Fans have long remembered its catchy theme song, spectacular designs, pioneering animation techniques and gentle stories.

Join Kimba along with his pals Pauly the Parrot, Daniel Baboon, and a charming assortment of other loveable characters, as he follows in the footsteps of his late father, the great lion king, making the jungle a safer, better place for everyone to live. Contains all 52 color episodes presented in order according to Osamu Tezuka’s original storyline.

Contains All 52 Original Kimba Episodes.

Special Features: Includes a special “How Kimba Came to Be” booklet written by Fred Patten and Robin Leyden.

  • Created by Osamu Tezuka (Astro Boy, Princess Knight, Black Jack) 
  • Directed by Fred Ladd (Astro Boy, Gatchaman)
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