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70's cartoons

On this page you will find the list of all the cartoons produced in the 70s, from 1970 to 1979. Click on the image relating to the year, you will find cards and reviews on characters, animated films and TV series of the cartoons of that period . The pages are constantly updated, so if you have any requests, you can contact us at

The best cartoons of the 70s

The Artistogatti

The animated film The Aristocats (original title The Aristocats) was released in cinemas in 1970 and was the first filmed in Walt Disney's absence. It is directed by Wolfgang Reitherman and is inspired by the story by Tom McGowan and Tom Rowe. The story of the Aristocats is set in Paris in 1910 and has as protagonists the cat Duchess and the kittens Min�, Bizet and Matisse who live pampered and spoiled by the elderly lady Madame...continue>

Josie and the Pussycats

Josie and the Pussycats (Josie and the Pussycats in the American original) is an American cartoon television series, based on the Archie Comics comic series of the same name created by Dan DeCarlo. Produced for Saturday morning broadcast by Hanna-Barbera Productions, the series consists of 16 episodes that first aired on CBS during the 1970-1971 television season and in reruns during the 1971-1972 season. In Italy they have been broadcast since 1980 on various local television stations...continue >>

The Maga bee

The cartoon series of "The Mag� Bee" (original title "Konchu Monogatari Minashigo Hutch") consisting of 91 episodes, was created in 1970 by the Japanese animation studios Tatsunoko, in order to teach children the courage to fight against the harsh adversities of life. The cartoon is didactic, as it manages to explain the world of insects very well, but always conveys a sense of sadness, due to its touching plots. Currently the Bee Mag� cartoons are broadcast on Italia 1 starting from 12 October from Monday to Friday at 8,25 am with the title "A hive of adventures for the Bee Mag�"... continue >>

Rocky Joe

The Japanese cartoon Rocky Joe (original title Ashita no Joe) was produced in 1970 by Mushi Productions directed by Osamu Dezaki, which in Italy was broadcast for the first time in 1982 on Rete 4 and renamed Rocky Joe, to recall public attention to Sylvester Stallone's cinematic success. The story of Rocky Joe was taken from the manga comic written by Asao Takamori and illustrated by Tetsuya Chiba, published between 1968 and 1973 in the Japanese magazine Shonen Magazine, which was enormously successful. In Italy the comic was published in 2002 by Star Comics ... continue >>

Napo bear chief

Napo Bear Bunch (original title Help! ...It's the Hair Bear Bunch!) is one of Hanna & Barbera's funniest cartoons. Produced in 1972 for just 16 episodes, the series tells the exploits of three bear brothers locked up in the Wonderland zoo. The leader of the group is undoubtedly Napo (Hair Bear), a long-haired bear characterized by a strong Neapolitan accent (voiced by Franco Latini). Then we find the greedy Square, the tallest and biggest bear, characterized by a hat over his eyes and finally the little Bab� (Bubi Bear), very smart despite being mute and expressing himself with gestures... continue >>

Lupine III

Lupine III is a classic character of detective literature. The manga retelling of this super thief was enormously successful, above all thanks to the irony with which he was characterized. It is made with splendid animated images and the secondary characters, such as the very sensual Margot, are all characterized very well. Lupine III is a very skilled thief, master of disguises, in constant conflict with Commissioner Zenigata, not always an example of cunning... continue >>

Ryu the cave boy

"Ryu the cave boy", (original title "Genshi Shonen Ryu"), is a 1971 cartoon made up of 22 episodes, which millions of Italian children fell in love with, thanks to the programming of Italia 1 in the distant eighties. Produced by Toei Animation CO. Ishimori Production arrived in Italy thanks to the edition of Yamato Srl.... continue >>


Devilman was born as a manga comic in 1972 by the great screenwriter and comic book artist Go Nagai, an artist who revolutionized the world of cartoons thanks to the legendary Grendizer, Jeeg Robot and Mazinger. The character of Devilman was commissioned by Toei Animation, after having appreciated Mao Dante's comic (still unfinished), as they were determined to produce an animated series. The Devilman manga, however, was decidedly very violent and provocative, so much so that Toei had to convince Go Nagai to change his story... continue >>

Kyashan, the android boy

Kyashan the android boy (Shinzo ningen Casharn in the original Japanese) is one of the first science fiction series of Japanese cartoons, in fact its production by Tatsunoko dates back to 1973 and is made up of 35 episodes. Despite appearing only a few times on the television screens of various local broadcasters, Kyashan is still remembered with a lot of nostalgia, as the series anticipated what would have been the themes and characters of classic Japanese superheroes such as Grendizer, Tekkaman, Captain Harlock, Hurricane Polymar and many others . The story of Kyashan the android boy begins when the famous scientist Azuma, given the serious pollution of the earth, builds 4 androids in order to clean it of all waste...continue >>


The Barbapap� cartoons landed on our televisions for the first time in 1978, thanks to RAI DUE which broadcast them in a time slot dedicated to children. As has been said, 1978 represented an important turning point for cartoons, in fact after Vicky Viking and Heidi, Barbapap is the third Japanese cartoon broadcast in Italy. Divided into 150 episodes and intended for a very young audience, the Barbapap� cartoons were enormously successful both for the originality of the characters, who could transform into anything, and for the very nice theme song sung by the children's choir of "The green apples", in addition to Claudio Lippi and Orietta Berti... continue >>


Heidi ("Alps no Shojo Heidi" in the original Japanese) is a cartoon series that was broadcast on RAIUNO in 1978 and given its enormous success, it practically started the great wave of Japanese cartoons that were broadcast in our country , in subsequent years. It is absolutely the first Shojo broadcast in Italy, that is, those Japanese cartoons intended for girls and teenagers, after Heidi came Candy Candy, Rem�, Mag� the bee and many others. Heidi represented a real phenomenon for those years, thanks to the quality of the animations, the landscapes, the backgrounds, but above all to Heidi herself from whom good feelings and positivity shone through: candor, tenderness, friendship, freedom, love for nature, authenticity, etc... so much so that even today it is taken as a point of reference as an emblem of those who live a healthy life in contact with nature in the midst of the mountains.... continue >>

Captain Harlock

Captain Harlock (in the original Japanese uchuu kaizoku Kyaputen Harokku, i.e. space pirate Captain Harlock) was conceived and written by the Japanese screenwriter Leiji Matsumoto, initially as a manga comic which met with considerable success, so much so that it was transformed into an anime in 1978 by from Toei Animation. In Italy it was broadcast on Raidue in April 1979. The cartoon series made this character famous all over the world, to the point that Disney's latest masterpiece "Treasure Planet" as well as the story "The Island of treasure" was also inspired by the figure of the mythical and dark Captain Harlock who wanders through space with a spaceship "Alkadia" very similar to a real ship. Captain Harlock's success stems from his figure of the classic dark handsome man (as well as from his fascinating adventures)... continue >>


Grendizer was born in 1975 from the splendid imagination of the Japanese screenwriter Go Nagai, from the wonderful drawings of Kazuo Komatsubara and Shingo Araki and produced by Toei, the "Atlas Ufo Robot" series was broadcast for the first time in Italy on Rai 2, in April of 1978 and it was immediately a revolution for all children and young people of that period. The science fiction plot, the hyper-technological drawings, the explosive animations and last but not least, the color TVs that began to enter Italian homes in that period, made the Grendizer cartoon a true cultural phenomenon of those years.... continue >>

Steel Jeeg Robot

After Atlas' masterpiece Ufo Robot, the Japanese screenwriter Go Nagai wrote the story of "Kotetsu Jeeg" in 1975, which in Italy would take the name of Steel Jeeg Robot, when it was broadcast on various private television stations in 1979. It was produced by Toei Daga and the series will consist of 46 episodes. The story of Jeeg Steel Robot begins with the presentation of the main character: Hiroshi Shiba, Formula 1 driver and champion of this discipline in Japan, who, remaining unharmed after a violent accident in the races, suggests that he is endowed with particular superhuman powers . But what is Hiroshi's secret? His father was the archaeologist and scientist prof. Shiba, years earlier, during some excavations in Japan, found a bell that belonged to a very ancient civilization that had disappeared and had a technological evolution far superior to ours... continue >>

Nick Carter and SuperGulp

Many kids of the new generations probably don't know this character, yet Nick Carter had a very important role in the spread of comics in Italy in the 70s. Nick Carter created between 1969 and 1970 by the famous humorous designer Bonvi (alias Franco Bonvicini, also author of the Strurmtruppen) and Guido De Maria, was the first character created in comics for television. It seems like a paradox, as today with this character, it would be more logical to directly create a cartoon, yet at the time it was decided to experiment with this technique in order to popularize the heroes of the printed paper, directly on the big screen. It was thanks to the head of RAI's "special programmes", Giancarlo Governi, that it was decided to create a program on comics with "comic" characters, who spoke both with audio and with writing on balloons. Governmenti commissioned Guido De Maria to design the character..... continue>

Rem� � His adventures

Rem�'s cartoon is based on the novel "Without Family" by Malot and narrates the adventures of a wandering child in search of his mother, who, together with a company of street musicians, goes around towns and cities. to raise some money. He is looked after by the old Vitali, a street actor who with his three trained dogs Capi, Zerbino, Dolce and the little monkey Joly-Coeur, entertains the spectators, while Rem� masterfully plays his harp which he always carries behind his back during the long travel on foot. Rem�'s cartoon was created with an innovative technique for those times, in fact the backdrops behind the characters (for example: snow, landscapes, city buildings, etc.) move on various levels, giving the impression of three-dimensionality. This effect can be appreciated by wearing glasses with two different lens colours: one normal transparent and the other red or smoked. The acronym that has accompanied several generations of children is very famous. continue>

Le avventure di Bianca e Bernie (1977)

The Adventures of Bianca & Bernie, a 1977 film, is part of the glorious tradition of Disney animated feature films such as the 23rd classic, shining with its creativity, its style and its humor. Produced by Walt Disney Productions and distributed by Buena Vista, the film is a wonderful animated adventure comedy that has impressed audiences around the world. The Adventures of Bianca and Bernie tells the story of the International Rescue Society, a New York-based organization of mice whose mission is to rescue kidnapping victims around the world. Two members of this very noble society, the refined Miss Bianca and her anxious companion Bernie, undertake a mission to free Penny, a young orphan, from the imprisonment of the treasure hunter Madame Medusa in the "Devil's Swamp".... continue>

The adventures of Winnie the Pooh (1977)

Winnie the Pooh is a stuffed bear born from the imagination of the English writer Alan Alexander Milne, who published the book "Winnie the Pooh" in 1929. In reality the writer was inspired by the imagination of his son Christopher Robin, who always played with his teddy bear given to him on his first birthday. Over the course of a few years, a donkey, a tiger, two kangaroos and a piglet were added to this toy, all those who would become Winnie the Pooh's inseparable adventure companions. The name Winnie was inspired by a little bear found in the London zoo whose real name was Winniepeg, while Pooh was the name of a swan... continue>

Robin Hood (1973)

A classic of literature, a classic of Disney animation: Robin Hood, the hero of Sherwood Forest who steals from the rich to give to the poor. Fun, emotion and sentiment animate his reckless exploits, those of his faithful friend Little John and the underdogs who follow them. The objective is to defeat the evil Prince John and his hissing advisor Sir Biss. A timeless story, unforgettable characters, a dazzling soundtrack... continue>

Dastardly and Muttley and the flying machines

Dastardly and Muttley and the Flying Machines, also known as "The Vulture Squadron", represents one of the most beloved cartoons of the late 60s. Produced by the famous production company Hanna-Barbera, this cartoon has marked the history of animation with its unmistakable style and captivating stories. The series, originally broadcast as a Saturday morning cartoon, made its debut in the United States on CBS from September 13, 1969 and ended on January 3, 1970, totaling 33 episodes divided into one season. In Italy, however, fans have been able to enjoy the adventures of these characters starting from 6 October 1972, thanks to the broadcast on Rai 1... continue>

The Yogi bear

Yogi Bear (Yogi Bear in the American original) was created by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera. Having left Metro Goldwyn Mayer in 1957 and created the famous "Hanna & Barbera" company, after two years of preparations and intense work, the two produced an infinite number of characters and cartoon series that still entertain children of all ages today. ages, among these there is also the very famous Yogi bear. When creating the character of Yogi, Hanna and Barbera were inspired by the brown bear that populates undisturbed in the beautiful Jellystone park in the United States, visited every day by many tourists. Yogi is in fact a very nice brown bear with an intelligence and ingenuity out of the ordinary. Punctually after waking up from his winter hibernation, together with his inseparable friend Bubu, they go hunting for the snack baskets of the tourists in the Jellystone park, causing a lot of trouble and arousing the ire of the guardian of the area, the ranger Smith... .. continue>

Scooby-Doo! Where are you?

The first series of the cartoon was created in 1969 by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera and immediately achieved great success. In Italy it was broadcast for the first time in 1970. The story revolves around a "Mystery and Similar" detective agency, dealing with monsters and ghosts which from time to time turn out to be pseudo ghosts who act as a cover for the criminal in question. . The company is made up of Scooby Doo and a quartet of four young friends: Freddy, leader of the group, who, in view of his calm and rational actions, always senses the appearance of a new case; Shaggy, a typical clumsy guy with a light-hearted manner - an unkempt goatee, unkempt hair and a frightening appetite - who, coincidentally, always stumbles upon some fundamental clue to solving the case;... continue>

The adventures of Penelope Pitstop

The cartoon The Adventures of Penelope Pistop was produced by Hanna & Barbera in September 1969, which was based on the American comic Wacky Races. In "The Adventures of Penelope Pitstop" (The Perils of Penelope Pitstop in the original translation) the star is a young, blonde heiress always dressed in pink Penelope Pitstop who races aboard an extravagant pink car called "Pussycat", more worried than her trick that to everything that happens around her. Her estate is administered by the meek Sylvester Snookley who, in the guise of the very evil Masked Claw, tries to eliminate Penelope to inherit her assets. But her plans are always foiled by the Anthill Gang: 7 dwarf gangsters who invariably save the girl with the help of their car. The charming Penelope finds danger at every pit stop, chased by Sylvester Sneekly - until the well-known Ant Hill Mob manages, so to speak, to lend her a hand.... continue>

The Banana Splits Show

The Banana Splits Show (The Banana Splits Adventure Hour in the American original) is an American television show produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions and featuring the Banana Splits, a fictional rock band made up of four cute animal characters with red helmets. The show's costumed hosts are Fleegle (guitar, vocals), Bingo (drums, vocals), Drooper (bass, vocals), and Snorky (keyboards, effects). The series ran for 31 episodes on NBC on Saturday mornings from September 7, 1968 to September 5, 1970 and in syndication from 1971 to 1982. The show features the rock band the Banana Splits as live costumed characters, hosting both live -action, which animated segments within their program... continue>

Praccobald Bau

In 1957 Hanna and Barbera abandoned Metro Goldwyn Mayer and started their own business, creating the famous "Hanna & Barbera" company. From here the very famous cartoons began with the characters we all know. First of all, Braccobaldo Bau (Huckleberry Hound in the American original) is their progenitor and was created in 1959. Braccobaldo is the character who used to introduce all the Hanna and Barbera cartoons in the famous Braccobaldo Show. He would emerge from his close-up from a circle of paper and sing "Are you all here? We're all here and we all want to see Braccobaldo Woof together!" .... continue>

The Ancestors. The Flintstones

These timeless Hanna & Barbera cartoons still continue to entertain several generations. This is thanks to the nice couple of Fred Flinstone and Wilma who do nothing but experience the daily problems of all families, with their (sometimes bizarre) ambitions and their vices. The backdrop to all this is a prehistoric world where stone cars are powered by feet, the turntable needle is the beak of a prehistoric bird, the crane in the quarry where Fred works is a dinosaur, etc. Instead of the pet dog they have a dinosaur called Dino. Fred and Wilma's inseparable friends are Barney and Betty Rubble. Very often Fred and Barney team up with each other to escape the control of their respective wives and promptly run into some trouble. Most of the time they are let out of trouble by Wilma and Betty. .... continue>


The cute little Dragon Gris appeared for the first time on television in 1975 on Rai Uno thanks to the drawings of the graphic designers Nino and Tony Pagot (the same authors as Calimero), who created him for an advertising campaign on Carosello. Given the success of the character, several cartoons lasting about 30 minutes were made. Gris' dream is to join the Fire Brigade, which is very strange given that he is a dragon and his motto is "When I grow up I will be a firefighter!" Gris� the little dragon Father Fum� Father Fum� knows this well about him, respected representative of a noble lineage of fire-breathing dragons, so whoever is born a dragon is a dragon and that's it! .... continue>

Ernesto Quickshot

In 1957 Hanna and Barbera abandoned Metro Goldwyn Mayer and started their own business, creating the famous "Hanna & Barbera" company. From here the very famous cartoons began with the characters we all know. After the aforementioned Braccobaldo Bau and the Pixie and Dixie mice of 1958, on 28 September 1959 it was the turn of Ernesto Sparalesto and Baba Looey. Ernesto Sparalesto (Quick Draw McGraw in the original version) plays the role of sheriff and has the mission of safeguarding peace in the frontiers of the West. But our protagonist is... a horse - and one with very slow movements! .... continue>

Magilla Gorilla

Magilla Gorilla is one of Hanna & Barbera's most famous characters who was broadcast for the first time in the United States in January 1964. Magilla is a Gorilla characterized by a "bowler hat", a bow tie and a pair of shorts held up by funny green suspenders. Magilla Gorilla is endowed with extraordinary strength, but has a tender and sweet character, and is always ready to help any person in difficulty. He lives inside the pet shop of Mr. Peebles, who tries in vain to sell him to some customer, but Magilla is very fond of his owner and does everything possible to continue his comfortable and peaceful life, where he can eat in complete tranquility his beloved bananas.... continue>

Top Cat

Top Cat is the cartoon character created by Hanna and Barbera who made his debut on American television on the ABC network in September 1961, with two series of 30 episodes lasting 22 minutes each. Top Cat is a ringleader of the stray cats in Hoagy's Alley in the Manhattan neighborhood and lives inside a garbage can. Together with his friends he always tries to raise some money, with some gimmick sometimes at the limits of legality, which is represented by the Top Cat policeman Charlie Dibble, who would like to get rid of that gang of troublemaking cats, but who in most situations becomes the victim of the plans of the cunning cats. Among the friends of the Top Cat gang we find the singer Pierre, Cho Cho who always thinks he is sick, Benny the plump cat, Brain the thinker, Fancy-Fancy the artist with his head in the clouds and Goldie, the kitten who has made Top Cat fall in love. Top Cat and his friends are also the protagonists of an animated feature film entitled "Top Cat and the cats of Beverly Hills"..... continue>

Sylvester cat

One of the main and most famous characters of Looney Tunes is undoubtedly Sylvester the Cat (Sylvester in the American original). He was created by the group of American designers at Warner Brows (as well as other Looney Tunes characters) made up of Robert McKimpson, Charles Jones and Friz Freleng. It is a big black cat who is always hungry and continually tries to catch the canary Titty (or Tweety in the American original), locked inside a bird cage, or fluttering around the house, but protected by a granny who is always ready to catch hitting poor Sylvester the Cat with his umbrella every time he makes an attempt on the bird's safety. ..... continue>

Bugs Bunny

In addition to Walt Disney and Hanna & Barbera, American cartoon production also boasts that of the very famous "Looney Tuns" and "Merry Melodies" produced by Warner Brows starting in the 40s. Created mostly by the group of artists composed of Robert McKimpson, Chuck Jones (who recently passed away at the age of 89), and Friz Freleng, we will focus on talking about the most famous cartoon rabbit: Bugs Bunny who in Italy he was called Lollo Rompicollo. What makes this rabbit very nice and incomparable is his calmness and calmness when faced with any hunter determined to shoot him, be it Duffy Duck, Pallino, Yosemite Sam or Fudgy, Bugs Bunny always replies "Hey What's the matter with you, friend?" ... continue>

Willy the Coyote and Beep Beep

In addition to Walt Disney and Hanna & Barbera, American cartoon production also boasts that of the very famous "Looney Tuns" and "Merry Melodies" produced by Warner Brows starting in the 40s. Created mostly by the group of artists composed of Robert McKimpson, Chuck Jones (who recently passed away at the age of 89), and Friz Freleng, we will focus on talking about two characters from these very funny cartoon series: Wile Coyote and Beep Beep. Wile Coyote (who was renamed by us as Vil Coyote) is a coyote from the American rocky mountains, who always tries to catch a very fast road runner characterized by a strange cry similar to the horn of a car "beep beep" from which his own sound derives name, Beep Beep indeed. The crazy chases have as their backdrop the American highways that cross the desert and the mountains and are enriched by the drawings of extravagant canyons and bizarre boulders always placed at the edge of the crevasse. Beep Beep... continue>

Mr Rossi

Mr. Rossi is more than just a simple animated character: he is a cultural icon who represents the social and economic transformations of Italy in the 60s and 70s. Created by Italian animator and cartoonist Bruno Bozzetto, Mr. Rossi is a character that has crossed various media - from short films to films, and even in an unreleased television series. But who is Mr. Rossi really and why does he continue to be so influential? The origin of the character dates back to 1960, born from the inspiration of Bozzetto who, despite failure in a film competition, decided to undertake a new project. Thus he created Mr. Rossi as a symbol of the average Italian man during the years of the economic boom. Collaborating closely with Guido Manuli, Bozzetto portrays the life of the average Italian in an ironic and at times cynical way, addressing themes such as loneliness, alienation and pollution.... continue>

Mr. Magoo

Mister Magoo is a nice old man, bald and grumpy, who persists in not wanting to wear glasses despite being highly short-sighted. Mister Magoo made his first appearance in 1949 in the cartoon "Ragtime Bear" produced by United Productions of America (UPA), a company created a few years earlier by three former Disney employees. The story was written by Milliard Kaufman and brought to Columbia who was looking for funny cartoons with animals. The cartoon was reluctantly accepted, but passed only because a bear was present. The main character is the elderly and grumpy Magoo, who goes on holiday with his nephew Waldo. Waldo wears a raccoon coat and plays a banjo and when Waldo runs away from a bear…. continue>

Pixie and Dixie

Based on the experience gained with the very successful Tom & Jerry series, William Hanna and Joseph Barbera wanted to create a similar cartoon, but with a cheaper animation technique and less expensive in terms of quantity of drawings and animations. Thus were born the cartoons of the mice Pixie and Dixie and the cat Jinks, their bitter enemy, always trying to capture them by pronouncing the classic phrase: "Damned mice!!!". Pixie is the little mouse with the bow tie, while Dixie is the one with the vest, they both live in a tiny den, near a kitchen watched over by the cat Jinks. Pixie and Dixie try in every way to trick the clumsy cat.... continue>

Mototope and Autogatto

The Mototopo and Autogatto cartoons ("Motormouse and Autocat" in the American original) were produced by the Hanna & Barbera company in 1970 and enjoyed considerable success with the public, especially in Italy. It is the classic chase between the cat and the mouse, a bit like in the style of Pixie, Dixie and the cat Jinks, Tom & Jerry or Willy Coyote and Beep Beep only this time they do it aboard two vehicles, from one on one side Autogatto with its super technological cars, on the other Mototopo with its usual Harley Davidson style mini-motorbike. Autogatto is a brilliant mechanic.... continue>

Wolf de Lupis

Lupo de Lupis is the protagonist of a series of cartoons (original title Loopy de Loop) produced by the stainless couple formed by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera at the end of the 50s and until 1965. He is a wolf who goes beyond the stereotype of evil and tries to make himself useful to other defenseless animals and humans, but he is continually misunderstood and no one seems to understand his intentions. And so, from time to time, Lupo de Lupis tries to set himself up as the champion of a little shepherdess, a little lamb, a child, an orphan or a rabbit chased by a hunter, but he always ends up succumbing to the natural mistrust that his protégés have for him.... continue>

Wolf! Wolf!

The Wolf! cartoons Cheers! (original title "It's the wolf") were produced by Hanna & Barbera in 1969 and were part of the block of cartoons which also included The Cats of Cattanooga and Mototopo and Autogatto. The series is inspired by that of Iacchi Dudu, where a defenseless duck appeared and a muscular dog defended him. In the cartoon "To the Wolf! To the Wolf!" we find a small defenseless lamb Lambsy, threatened by a stubborn wolf, characterized by a green hat and a thinness that suggests his need for food. The wolf (who is quite reminiscent of Willy Coyote) uses a thousand tricks and disguises to attract the little lamb and make him move away from the fence.... continue>

Kimba the white lion

Kimba the White Lion: The wonderful saga of Osamu Tezuka that has won the hearts of generations of readers and viewers Kimba the White Lion, known as "Jungle Emperor" in Japan, is an epic manga created by Osamu Tezuka, the undisputed father of modern manga. This extraordinary masterpiece captured the imagination of a wide audience, becoming a milestone in the world of cartoons and comics. The overwhelming success of the manga prompted the creation of an anime television series of the same name in 1965. This series was an authentic revolution in Japanese animation, being the first color television anime and the first to feature humanized animals as protagonists. In Italy, the series was broadcast in 1977, winning the hearts of an audience fascinated by Kimba's adventure and friendship..... continue>

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