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'''''Mameshiba''''' is a series of Japanese television interstitials created by Dentsu. Debuting in 2008, 20 thirty-second animated clips offered trivia delivered by Mameshiba, a bean dog creature. The shorts were offered to television channels as an alternative to running commercials. In May 2009, Dentsu's US division, DCI-LA announced its intent to bring the property to western markets.<ref>[http://kidscreen.com/2009/05/05/mameshiba-20090505/ DCI-LA set to invade US with Mameshiba] Retrieved 09 Apr '18</ref>
 
'''''Mameshiba''''' is a series of Japanese television interstitials created by Dentsu. Debuting in 2008, 20 thirty-second animated clips offered trivia delivered by Mameshiba, a bean dog creature. The shorts were offered to television channels as an alternative to running commercials. In May 2009, Dentsu's US division, DCI-LA announced its intent to bring the property to western markets.<ref>[http://kidscreen.com/2009/05/05/mameshiba-20090505/ DCI-LA set to invade US with Mameshiba] Retrieved 09 Apr '18</ref>
  
On April 8, 2010, the official ''Mameshiba'' Facebook page and website announced that the shorts had begun airing with an English dub on ARC: The A&R Channel in the United States.<ref>[https://www.facebook.com/mameshiba/posts/112260822130857 Mameshiba: "Have you seen them yet!? ARC: The A&R Channel is airing English dubbed versions of your favorite Mameshiba clips now!"] Retrieved 09 Apr '18</ref><ref>[https://dogatch.jp/mameshibaworld/index.html Mameshiba] Retrieved 09 Apr '18</ref> Voice actress Tabitha St. Germain lists the show on her resume, saying she played various roles and that it was recorded by Westwood Media in Vancouver, Canada.<ref>[http://www.tabithastgermain.com/uploads/7/4/5/3/7453207/selects_res.docx Tabitha St. Germain] Retrieved 09 Apr '18</ref> Valin Shinyei played the titular character and James Corrigall has been listed as the dub's director.<ref>[http://www.imdb.com/title/tt6820148/ Mameshiba (Video 2013)] Retrieved 09 Apr '18</ref>
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On April 8, 2010, the official ''Mameshiba'' Facebook page and website announced that the shorts had begun airing with an English dub on ARC: The A&R Channel in the United States.<ref>[https://www.facebook.com/mameshiba/posts/112260822130857 Mameshiba: "Have you seen them yet!? ARC: The A&R Channel is airing English dubbed versions of your favorite Mameshiba clips now!"] Retrieved 09 Apr '18</ref><ref>[https://dogatch.jp/mameshibaworld/index.html Mameshiba] Retrieved 09 Apr '18</ref> It later aired on the Hello! Japan channel in South East Asia.<ref>[https://twitter.com/mazuhotohori/status/363958784600715264 Mameshiba in English dub on Hello Japan yaye!!! I finally understand all the lame jokes. Lol ^^ thank you.] Retrieved 10 Mar '19</ref><ref>[https://twitter.com/TakeruAnkh/status/383316251969208320 Why Hello Japan changed the mameshiba cvs into eng dubs? They are horrible.] Retrieved 10 Mar '19</ref> Voice actress Tabitha St. Germain lists the show on her resume, saying she played various roles and that it was recorded by Westwood Media in Vancouver, Canada.<ref>[http://www.tabithastgermain.com/uploads/7/4/5/3/7453207/selects_res.docx Tabitha St. Germain] Retrieved 09 Apr '18</ref> Valin Shinyei played the titular character and James Corrigall has been listed as the dub's director.<ref>[http://www.imdb.com/title/tt6820148/ Mameshiba (Video 2013)] Retrieved 09 Apr '18</ref>
  
 
To date, only two of the twenty shorts have surfaced online in their dubbed format. The A&R Channel is no longer active and no known home video release of ''Mameshiba'' is known to exist.
 
To date, only two of the twenty shorts have surfaced online in their dubbed format. The A&R Channel is no longer active and no known home video release of ''Mameshiba'' is known to exist.

Revision as of 20:20, 10 March 2019

Mameshiba key art.jpg

Series key art.

Status: Partially Found

Mameshiba is a series of Japanese television interstitials created by Dentsu. Debuting in 2008, 20 thirty-second animated clips offered trivia delivered by Mameshiba, a bean dog creature. The shorts were offered to television channels as an alternative to running commercials. In May 2009, Dentsu's US division, DCI-LA announced its intent to bring the property to western markets.[1]

On April 8, 2010, the official Mameshiba Facebook page and website announced that the shorts had begun airing with an English dub on ARC: The A&R Channel in the United States.[2][3] It later aired on the Hello! Japan channel in South East Asia.[4][5] Voice actress Tabitha St. Germain lists the show on her resume, saying she played various roles and that it was recorded by Westwood Media in Vancouver, Canada.[6] Valin Shinyei played the titular character and James Corrigall has been listed as the dub's director.[7]

To date, only two of the twenty shorts have surfaced online in their dubbed format. The A&R Channel is no longer active and no known home video release of Mameshiba is known to exist.

Gallery

The first short.
The third short.
English theme song.

References