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Kingdom (Dub) Episode 7



The series aired from March 7, 1992 to February 8, 1997, on TV Asahi in Japan. In addition to the 200 episodes, three feature-length films were produced, as well as five short films. In North America, the episodes aired from August 28, 1995 to December 21, 2000, on YTV in Canada, and in first-run syndication (and later on Cartoon Network) in the United States.


At the start of Sailor Moon S, the episode numbers for the dub were adjusted by YTV to match those of the original Japanese version.[8] There had previously been a gap in numbering because of the seven episodes that had been cut or merged in the previous two seasons. Because of this, episode numbers 83-89 were never used for the dub. However, in the United States, 83-89 were used for the dub on Cartoon Network, and did not match those of the original Japanese version.


Two short episodes were created to be shown with the first and third theatrical films of the Sailor Moon anime. The first, entitled "Make Up! Sailor Guardians", is a comical introduction to the cast of the series for those not familiar with the franchise, while the second, "Ami's First Love", is an adaptation of an extra story (omake) from the Sailor Moon manga.[30]


The latter three specials, collectively called the "SuperS Specials", were released together, airing in lieu of a regular episode near the beginning of the SuperS season. The first special, "An Elegant Metamorphosis? Crybaby Usagi's Growth Diary", is a summary of the first three seasons of the Sailor Moon series. The second special, "Haruka and Michiru, Again! The Ghostly Puppet Show", features Haruka and Michiru in a luxury hotel on a cliff. In the third special, "Chibiusa's Adventure! The Dreaded Vampire Castle", Chibiusa uncovers one of her classmates as a monster and fights it with the other Sailor Guardians.


Noddy's Toyland Adventures is a British children's television programme produced by Cosgrove Hall Films from September 1992 until April 1994 and December 1994 (and reran in 2000 on the Children's BBC block of the BBC).[1] The show stars the voices of Susan Sheridan and Jimmy Hibbert.[2] Each episode was written by Julia and Chris Allen respectively during its broadcast run. Paul K. Joyce composed and performed the show's opening theme.


In North America, episodes were broadcast as part of a full thirty-minute program titled Noddy. The program featured the original UK animations re-dubbed with North American voices (broadcast in between all new live action segments), while Paul K. Joyce's soundtrack was replaced by a new score by Stacey Hersh, who also scored the live action part of the series. Nashville-based songwriter Dennis Scott composed 99 new songs for the live action segments, including the show's opening theme.


The show follows the adventures of Noddy, a little wooden doll who lives in Toyland with his red and yellow car, often trying to make sixpence or getting himself in trouble. Along with his best friends (Big Ears, Mr. Plod and Tessie Bear), they are always ready to lend a hand, especially when he gets tricked by Gobbo and Sly, the wicked Goblins. Each episode mostly ends with Noddy laughing and nodding his head (likely ringing the bell on his hat in the end).


As of February 2023[update], only one official DVD was released: a 1999 release of Noddy in Toyland with three episodes ("Noddy Lends A Hand", "Noddy Meets Some Silly Hens" and "Noddy and His Unhappy Car").[20]


Durarara!! follows several characters as they deal with the goings on of Ikebukuro, a city plagued by crime, gangs and supernatural happenings. What makes this series so interesting is that the perspective changes with each episode, as though the plot is the character that encounters other characters as it unfolds.


As for which version to check out, we recommend the dub for two main reasons. First, the cast is great, each character feels unique and fun. On top of this, the dub makes the series easier for English-speakers to binge watch, which is necessary with its massive episode count. 041b061a72


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