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In the late 90's, TMS issued an English dub of the Anpanman film "Fly! Chibigon", about the characters befriending a baby dragon named Chibigon, as a pitch pilot for English-language television networks interested in the series. No traces of this dub can be found, but there was a video on YouTube containing the English credits sequence to this dub, which kept the Japanese music used in the original credits.
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In the late 90's, TMS issued an English dub of the Anpanman film "Fly! Chibigon", about the characters befriending a baby dragon named Chibigon, as a pitch pilot for the English-language television networks interested in the series. No traces of this dub can be found, but there was a video on YouTube containing the English credits sequence to this dub, which kept the Japanese music used in the original credits. According to said video, actor Richard Kind lent the voice to one of the show's characters.
 
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[[Category:Lost Movies]]
 
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[[Category:Lost English Dubs]]
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Latest revision as of 00:32, 3 October 2019

In the late 90's, TMS issued an English dub of the Anpanman film "Fly! Chibigon", about the characters befriending a baby dragon named Chibigon, as a pitch pilot for the English-language television networks interested in the series. No traces of this dub can be found, but there was a video on YouTube containing the English credits sequence to this dub, which kept the Japanese music used in the original credits. According to said video, actor Richard Kind lent the voice to one of the show's characters.

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