Zen-chan Tsū-chan (lost educational anime series; 1969-1970)


(Redirected from Zen-chan Tsū-chan (Lost Anime Series; 1969-1970))

Zen-chan Tsū-chan
Fan recreation drawing.
Fan recreation drawing.
Status Lost

Zen-chan Tsū-chan (ゼンちゃんツーちゃん) is a Japanese educational anime series produced by Jiho Eigasha. It was aired in October 20, 1969 until January 17, 1970 on Nippon TV.[1] Each episode is 5 minutes long.

A 15-minute traffic safety film based on the anime was later released in 1971.

Status

Little else is known about the show; it was mentioned in a newspaper listing and Masako Nozawa was credited as voicing one of the characters.

The show has never had any reruns since 1978 when it last aired on Yomiuri Television.[2]

The PSA film seems to have resurfaced somewhere, as two people allegedly watched it on September 24, 2016[3].

No episodes of the actual anime series have been signalled anywhere, though.

Gallery

References

Comments


avatar

MarioTanooki12

5 months ago
Score 3++
Why is everything on Nippon TV lost?
avatar

Anonymous user #1

5 months ago
Score 2++
Dunno, Tanooki
Add your comment
The Lost Media Wiki welcomes all comments. If you do not want to be anonymous, register or log in. It is free.


This site is best viewed at 1920x1080 screen resolution.
Powered by MediaWiki Creative Commons Licence