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The PSA film seems to have resurfaced somewhere, as two people allegedly watched it on September 24th, 2016.<ref>[http://hoshinokoporon.wiki.fc2.com/wiki/%E8%BF%91%E5%B9%B4%E3%81%AE%E5%8B%95%E5%90%91 Hoshi no Ko Poron popularly history.] Retrieved 15 Feb '17</ref>
 
The PSA film seems to have resurfaced somewhere, as two people allegedly watched it on September 24th, 2016.<ref>[http://hoshinokoporon.wiki.fc2.com/wiki/%E8%BF%91%E5%B9%B4%E3%81%AE%E5%8B%95%E5%90%91 Hoshi no Ko Poron popularly history.] Retrieved 15 Feb '17</ref>
  
No episodes of the actual anime series have been signaled anywhere, though a few clips are available to watch on Nico Nico Douga.
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No episodes of the actual anime series have been signaled anywhere, though a few recreation clips are available to watch on Nico Nico Douga.
 
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Revision as of 18:41, 28 March 2020

Zen-chan Tsu-chan.jpeg

A screenshot depicting the main protagonist.

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 20th, 1969 until January 17th, 1970 on Nippon TV. 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.[1]

The PSA film seems to have resurfaced somewhere, as two people allegedly watched it on September 24th, 2016.[2]

No episodes of the actual anime series have been signaled anywhere, though a few recreation clips are available to watch on Nico Nico Douga.

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