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Kimba the White Lion

Kimba the White Lion


Kimba the White Lion is about a young lion named Kimba who gets in all sorts of adventures.
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Episode Info

Final: 1x52 -- Catch 'Em If You Can (Sep/03/1967)



Available Episodes

Catch 'Em If You Can
Sep 03, 1967
Season 1 episode 52

The Return of Fancy ..
Aug 27, 1967
Season 1 episode 51

The Cobweb Caper
Aug 20, 1967
Season 1 episode 50

The Sun Tree
Aug 13, 1967
Season 1 episode 49

Monster of the Mount..
Aug 06, 1967
Season 1 episode 48

The Balloon That Blo..
Jul 30, 1967
Season 1 episode 47

Fair Game
Jul 23, 1967
Season 1 episode 46

Cast
Billie Lou WattBillie Lou Watt
voiced Kimba, Snowene (1966 Version)
Gorou NayaGorou Naya
voiced Clave (Japanese Verison)
Junji ChibaJunji Chiba
voiced Higeoyaji (Japanese Verison)
Kazuo KumakuraKazuo Kumakura
voiced Dick (Japanese Verison)
Kazuyuki SogabeKazuyuki Sogabe
voiced Doug (Japanese Verison)
Kinto TamuraKinto Tamura
voiced Coco (Japanese Verison)
Kiyoshi KawakuboKiyoshi Kawakubo
voiced Bou (Japanese Verison)
Nobuaki SekineNobuaki Sekine
voiced Kenichi (Japanese Verison)
Ray OwensRay Owens
voiced Ceasar, Dan'l Baboon, Stork (1966 Version)
Sonia OwensSonia Owens
voiced Kitty, Mary (1966 Version)

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Reviews

alley

Reviews: 3
My review of "Kimba the White Lion"Rating: 1 likes, 1 dislikes

This show was my favorite cartoon when I was a kid. I used to watch it every morning. I loved how Kimba was friendly, but brave and could be fierce! Read more

Review posted on Wednesday, January 16th 2008 at 8:50 am

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Warning: Kimba the White Lion guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Animation
Genre: Anime | Adventure
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: Syndicated ( USA)
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: September 11, 1966
Ended: September, 1967
Akas
• Jungle Emperor Leo (Used In Japan)
• Kimba de Witte Leeuw (Used In Netherlands)
• Kimba il leone bianco (Used In Italy)
• Kimba, der weiße Löwe (Used In Germany)
• Kimba, valkoinen leijona (Used In Finland)
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