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Original title: Kaiketsu Zorori
Zorori, Ishishi, Noshishi, Arthur, Elzie, Poppi, Professor Monster, Tiger, Roger, King Enma, Zororina
Production: Anba Film Works, Ajia-do Animation Works, Sunrise
Author: Hiroshi Nishikiori
Country: Japan
Year: February 1, 2004
Broadcast in Italy: November 21, 2006
Gender: Adventure
Episodes: 148
Duration: 24 minutes
Recommended age: Children from 0 to 5 years old

The cartoons of "The Incredible Adventures of Zororì" (original title Kaiketsu Zorori) are broadcast on Rai two at 7,00. The series is based on the manga comic by Mine Yoshizaki which in Japan has achieved enormous success among the very young, thanks to which the cartoon by the animation studio Sunrise directed by Hiroshi Nishikiori was created, for a total of 114 episodes each. lasting 25 minutes. Zorori and his belovedThe character of Zororì is inspired by the famous Fox (which in Spanish means fox) and in fact it is a fox dressed in the classic black mask, with a cape and hat of the same color. However, Zororì's intentions are not exactly noble, as his aim is to become the prince of wickedness and for this reason he undertakes to plan jokes and teasing of all kinds to the unfortunate on duty. His dream is to be able to live in a luxurious castle next to the princess of his dreams. In these misdeeds, Zororì is accompanied by two students, who also want to learn the art of wickedness: these are the two wild boars Nonghiale and Singhiale (Noshishi and Ishishi in the original Japanese). Fortunately, our Zororì is as ambitious as he is clumsy and most of the times his misdeeds backfire, benefiting his potential victim. In the course of his adventures Zorori and his friends will cross different places, coming across nice and curious characters from whom they will always learn something new, on how to make good use of their intelligence.

Zorori with Nonghiale and Singhiale

Zororì is copyright Zorori Entertainment Production Team / Sunrise, 2004 and are used here for cognitive and informative purposes.

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