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'''Chimpui''' is an anime series which broadcasted on TV Asahi from November 2, 1989 to April 18, 1991 in Japan. It tells the story of two cute aliens that come to Earth to find the girl who will get married with their prince of planet Mahl.
 
'''Chimpui''' is an anime series which broadcasted on TV Asahi from November 2, 1989 to April 18, 1991 in Japan. It tells the story of two cute aliens that come to Earth to find the girl who will get married with their prince of planet Mahl.
  
An '''English dub''' of the series aired on Disney Channel Asia since 2012.<ref>https://www.animenewsnetwork.com/encyclopedia/anime.php?id=1259</ref> The only found material of the dub is the audio of the opening and the ending, three promos and 13 episodes with an voiceover in another language.
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An '''English dub''' of the series aired on Disney Channel Asia since 14 November 2012.<ref>https://www.animenewsnetwork.com/encyclopedia/anime.php?id=1259</ref><ref>https://hazimworks.blogspot.nl/2012/11/a-review-about-chimpui.html</ref> The only found material of the dub is the audio of the opening and the ending, three promos and 13 episodes with an voiceover in another language.
  
 
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==References==
 
==References==
*[https://hazimworks.blogspot.nl/2012/11/a-review-about-chimpui.html A review about Chimpui]
 
 
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Chimpui is an anime series which broadcasted on TV Asahi from November 2, 1989 to April 18, 1991 in Japan. It tells the story of two cute aliens that come to Earth to find the girl who will get married with their prince of planet Mahl.

An English dub of the series aired on Disney Channel Asia since 14 November 2012.[1][2] The only found material of the dub is the audio of the opening and the ending, three promos and 13 episodes with an voiceover in another language.

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References[edit | edit source]