Toei Animation

Toei Animation

Infobox Company
company_name = Toei Animation Co., Ltd
東映アニメーション株式会社
company_
company_slogan =
company_type = Business corporation
(Jasdaq|4816)
foundation = January 23, 1948 (23rd year of the Shōwa period)
location = 2-10-5 Higashi Ohizumi, Nerima, Tokyo 178-8567, Japan
num_employees =
key_people = Tsutomu Tomari, Chairman
Hiroshi Takahashi, President
owner = Toei Company, Ltd. (32%)
TV Asahi Corporation (14.29%)
Fuji Television Network, Inc. (7.14%)
industry = Animation studio and production
subsid = Tavac Co., Ltd.
Toei Animation Music Publishing Co., Ltd.
Toei Animation Philippines, Inc.
homepage = [http://www.toei-anim.co.jp/ www.toei-anim.co.jp]
nihongo|Toei Animation Co., Ltd|東映アニメーション株式会社|Tōei Animēshon Kabushiki-gaisha (jasdaq|4816) is a Japanese animation studio owned by Toei Co., Ltd. The studio was originally founded in 1948 as Japan Animated Films (日本動画映画, Nihon Dōga Eiga, often shortened to 日動映画 Nichidō Eiga). In 1956, Toei purchased the studio and was reincorporated under its current name. Over the years, the studio has created a large number of TV series, and movies, and adapted many japanese comics by renowned authors to animated series, many popular worldwide. Hayao Miyazaki, Isao Takahata, Go Nagai, and Yoichi Kotabe have all worked with the company in the past. Toei is a shareholder in the Japanese anime satellite television network, Animax, along with other noted anime studios and production enterprises such as Sunrise, TMS Entertainment and Nihon Ad Systems Inc." [http://www.animax.co.jp/about/company.html Animax official website - corporate profile] " jp icon] " [http://www.toei-anim.co.jp/corporate/prof/history.html Toei Animation official website - history section] ", Toei Animation official website. jp icon] " [http://www.toei-anim.co.jp/english/history/history.html Toei Animation - official website - English section - History] " Toei Animation official website.]

Until 1998, Toei Animation was known as nihongo|Toei Doga|東映動画株式会社|Tōei Dōga Kabushiki-gaisha (although even at that time the company’s formal English name was indeed “Toei Animation Co. Ltd.”), with “dōga” being the native Japanese word for “animation” which was widely used until the 1970s. Their mascot is the cat Pero, from the company's 1969 film adaptation of Puss in Boots.

Toei Animation produced the anime versions of works by many legendary manga artists, including Go Nagai, Akira Toriyama, and Shotaro Ishinomori. In addition, the studio helped propel the popularity of the magical girl and Super Robot genres of anime; among Toei's most legendary and trend-setting TV series include the first magical-girl anime series, "Mahoutsukai Sally" the anime adaptation of Mitsuteru Yokoyama's manga of the same name, and Go Nagai's "Mazinger Z", animated adaptation of his manga, which set the standard for Super Robot anime for years to come.

Anime created by Toei Animation that have won the Animage Anime Grand Prix award have been Galaxy Express in 1981, Saint Seiya in 1987, and Sailor Moon in 1992.

In addition to producing anime for domestic consumption in Japan, in the 1980s, Toei Animation also provided animation work for several American-made television series and feature films (for American animation studios such as Marvel Productions, Sunbow Productions, Rankin/Bass, Hanna-Barbera and Murakami-Wolf-Swenson, Inc among others), such as "Muppet Babies", "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles", "Adventures of the American Rabbit", "Dungeons & Dragons", "Defenders of the Earth", "My Little Pony", "Jem", "Transformers" and "". These series' producers outsourced animation production work to Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Malaysia and other Asian countries because of cheaper labor costs.

Productions

TV series

"Note: This may not be a complete list"

1960s

* "Ookami Shonen Ken" ("Ken, the Wolf Boy") (1963–1965)
* "Shonen Ninja Kaze no Fujimaru" ("Fujimaru of the Wind, the Boy Ninja") (1964–1965)
* "Uchuu Patrol Hopper" ("Space Patrol Hopper"), also known as "Patrol Hopper: Uchuukko Jun" (Space Girl Jun) (Feb. 1965-Nov. 1965)
* "Hustle Punch" (1965–1966)
* "Rainbow Sentai Robin" (1966–1967)
* "Kaizoku Ouji" ("The Prince of Pirates", or "Pirate Prince") (May 1966-Nov. 1966)
* "Mahōtsukai Sarii" ("Sally, the Witch") (1966–1968)
* "Pyunpyunmaru" (July 1967-Sept. 1967)
* "Ge Ge Ge no Kitaro" (original) (1968–1969)
* "Cyborg 009" (original) (Apr. 1968-Sept. 1968)
* "Akane-chan" (Apr. 1968-Sept. 1968)
* "Himitsu no Akko-chan" ("Akko-chan’s Secret") (1969-1970, 1988-1989, 1998-1999) a.k.a. "The Magic Mirror"
* "Mohretsu Atarou" (1st) (1969–1970)
* "Tiger Mask" (1969–1971)

1970s

* "Kick no Oni" ("The Kick Demon") (1970–1971)
* "Mahou no Mako-chan" ("“Mako-chan’s Magic”" or, "“Magical Mako-chan”") (1970–1971) - anime adaptation of Shinobu Yokogawa's manga.

* "Sarutobi Ecchan" (1971–1972) (note: “Ecchan” is the nickname of main character Etsuko)
* "Apacchi" (“Apache”?) "Yakyuugun" ("“The Apacchis”"; lit. "“Apacchi Baseball Team”") (1971–1972)
* "Ge Ge Ge no Kitaro" (2nd) (1971–1972)
* "Genshi Shonen Ryu" (1971–1972)
* "Mahou Tsukai Chappy" (Apr. 1972-Dec. 1972)
* "Devilman" (original TV series) (1972–1973)
* "Mazinger" series
** "Mazinger Z" (1972–1974) (broadcast in the US as "“TranZor Z”")
** "Great Mazinger" (1974–1975)
** "UFO Robo Grendizer" (1975–1977) (broadcast on the Force Five block in the US as "Grandizer" (note the different letter); known as "Goldorak" and "Goldrake" in some European countries)
* "Babel Ni-Sei" ("Babel II") (Jan. 1973-Sept. 1973)
* "Microid S" (Apr. 1973-Oct. 1973) (Co-production with Tezuka Productions. The original manga by Osamu Tezuka was called "Microid Z". The "S" refers to Japanese watch maker Seiko, the show's sponsor.)
* "Miracle Shoujo Limit-chan" (1973–1974) a.k.a. "Cybernella" in Italy
* "Dororon Enma-kun" (1973–1974)
* "Cutey Honey" (original TV series) (1973–1974)
* "Majokko Megu-chan" ("Witch Girl Meg", "Bia") (1974–1975)
* "Getter Robo" series
** "Getter Robo" (original) (1974–1975)
** "Getter Robo G" (1975–1976)
** "Getter Robo Gō" (1991–1992)
* "Calimero" (1974–1975)
* "Shounen Tokugawa Ieyasu" ("Young Ieyasu Tokugawa") (Apr. 1975-Sept. 1975)
* "Koutetsu Jiigu" ("Steel Jeeg") (1975–1976)
* "Ikkyū-san" ("Master Ikkyū") (1975–1982)
* "Daikuu Maryuu Gaiking" (1976–1977)
* "Machine Hayabusa" (Apr. 1976-Sept. 1976)
* "Robot Romance Trilogy"
** "Choudenjin Robo Combattler V" (1976–1977) (co-produced with Sunrise)
** "Choudenjin Machine Voltes V" (1977–1978) (co-production with Sunrise)
** "Toushou Daimos" ("Brave Leader Daimos") (1978–1979) (co-production with Sunrise)
* "Magne Robo Gakeen" ("Magnetic Robot Gakeen") (1976–1977)
* "Candy Candy" (1976–1979)
* "Jetter Marusu [Mars] " (Feb. 1977-Sept. 1977) (co-production with Tezuka Productions and Madhouse; a semi-remake of Astro Boy)
* "Wakusei Robo Danguard Ace" ("Planetary Robot Danguard Ace") (1977–1978)
* "Hyouga Senshi Guyslugger" (co-produced with Tokyo Movie Shinsha; a semi-remake of Cyborg 009) [http://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/氷河戦士ガイスラッガー] (Apr. 1977-Aug. 1977)
* "Choujin Sentai Baratack" (related somewhat to the "Super Sentai" series) (1977–1978)
* "Arrow Emblem Hawk of the Grand Prix" (1977–1978)
* "Tobidase! Machine Hiryū" ("Fly High! Machine Hiryū") (co-production with Tatsunoko) (1977-1978)
* "Captain Harlock" ("Uchū kaizoku Captain Harlock") (1978–1979)
* "SF Saiyuki Starzinger" ("Sci-Fi Journey to the West: Starzinger") (1978–1979)
* "Majokko Tickle" ("Magic Girl Tickle") (1978–1979) (co-production with Neo Media Production [1-15] and Sunrise [episode 16 afterwards] )
* "Galaxy Express 999" ("Ginga Tetsudou 999") (original TV series) (1978–1981)
* "Captain Future" (1978–1979)
* "Eiko no Tenshitachi: Pink Lady Monogatari" ("Glorious Angels: The Story of Pink Lady") (1978-1979, commissioned by the Japanese pop duo's managing company, T&C/Trust & Confidence)
* "Hana no Ko Lunlun" (Lit. "“Lunlun the Flower Girl”) (1979–1980) a.k.a. "Angel"
* "Cyborg 009" (color remake) (1979–1980) (co-production with Sunrise)
* "Mirai Robo Daltanias" ("Future Robot Daltanius") (1979–1980) (co-production with Sunrise)
* "" ("Go Arthur: Story of the Knights of the Round Table" [loose translation] ) (1979–1980)

1980s

* "Mahō Shōjo Lalabel" ("Lalabel, The Magical Girl") (1980–1981)
* " (Go Arthur: The White Horse Prince)" (Apr. 1980-Sept. 1980)
* "Ganbare Genki" ("Do Your Best, Genki" [loose translation] ) (1980–1981)
* "Uchū Daitei God Sigma" (1980–1981)
* "Hello! Sandybell" (Mar. 1981-Sept. 1981) a.k.a. Sandy Jonquille"
* "Little Women" ("Wakakusa Monogatari yori Wakakusa no Yon Shimai") (April-Sept. 1981) - co-production with Movie International Co. (Kokusai Eiga)
* "Dr. Slump" and "Arale-chan" (1981–1986)
* "Shin Taketori Monogatari: Sen Nen Jo Ou" ("The Queen of a Thousand Years"; also "“Queen Millennia”") (1981–1982)
* "Tiger Mask Ni-Sei" ("Tiger Mask Second Generation") (1981–1982)
* "Honey Honey no Suteki na Bouken" ("The Wonderful Adventures of Honey Honey") (1981–1982) - co-production with Movie International Co.
* "Asari-chan" (1982–1983)
* "Patalliro!" (1982–1983)
* "The Kabocha Wine" ("The Pumpkin Wine") (1982–1984)
* "Captain Harlock Endless Road SSX" ("Waga seishun no Arcadia—Mugen kidō SSX") (1982–1983)
* "Ai Shite Knight" (or "“Night”") (1983–1984) (AKA "Kiss Me Licia", "Embrasse-moi Lucile", "Rock & Roll Kids")
* "Kinnikuman" (1983–1986)
* "Stop!! Hibari-kun!" (1983–1984)
* "Bemu Bemu Hunter: Gotengu Tenmaru" (May 1983-Oct. 1983)
* "Voltron" series (1984–1989)
** "Hyakujuo Golion" ("Lion Voltron") (1981–1982)
** "Kikou Kantai Dairugger XV" ("Vehicle Voltron") (1982–1983)
** "Kosoku Denjin Albegas" ("Gladiator Voltron") (1983–1984) (English version was planned, but never aired)
* "Yume Senshi Wingman" ("Dream Warrior Wingman") (1984–1985)
* "Tongari Boushi no Memoru" (U.S. title: "“Wee Wendy”"; released as compilation film by Celebrity Home Entertainment) (Mar. 1984-Sept. 1984)
* "Video Warrior Laserion" (1984–1985)
* "GU-GU Ganmu" (1984–1985)
* "Hokuto no Ken" ("Fist of the North Star") (1984–1988)
* "Hāi! Step Jun" ("Yeah! Step Jun") (1985–1986)
* "Konpora Kid" (June 1985-Dec. 1985)
* "Ge Ge Ge no Kitaro" (3rd) (1985–1988)
* "Maple Town Monogatari" ("Maple Town Stories") (1986-1987; broadcast in the US on Nickelodeon as simply "Maple Town")
* "Dragon Ball" series (1986–1997)
** "Dragon Ball" (1986–1989)
** "Dragon Ball Z" (1989–1996)
** "Dragon Ball GT" (1996–1997)
* "" ("Silver Fang: “Shooting Star” Gin") (Apr. 1986-Sept. 1986)
* "Gou Q [Goukyuu] Chouji Ikkiman" ("Fastball Superboy Ikkiman") (Apr. 1986-Nov. 1986)
* "Saint Seiya" ("Knights of the Zodiac") (1986–1989)
* "Shin Maple Town Monogatari: Palm Town Hen" ("New Maple Town Stories: Palm Town Saga") (Jan. 1987-Dec. 1987)
* "Bikkuriman" series ("“Bikkuriman 2000”" was not made by Toei, and is therefore not listed here)
** "Bikkuriman" (1987–1989)
** "Shin" ("New") "Bikkuriman" (1989–1990)
** "Super Bikkuriman" (1992–1993)
** "Happy Lucky Bikkuriman" (2006–2007)
* "Kamen no Ninja Aka Kage" ("Masked Ninja Red Shadow") (1987–1988)
* "Lady Lady!!" (1987–1988)
* "Kiteretsu Daihyakka" (1988-1996)
* "Tatakae!! Ramenman" ("Fight, Ramenman!!"; "Kinnikuman" spinoff) (Jan. 1988-Sept. 1988)
* "Sakigake!! Otokojuku" ("Charge!! The Man School") (Feb. 1988-Nov. 1988)
* "Hello! Lady Lynn" ("2nd season" of "Lady Lady!!") (1988–1989)
* "Akuma-kun" (1989–1990)
* "Mahoutsukai Sally" (2nd) (1989–1991)
* "Karioge-kun" (1989–1990)

1990s

* "Mohretsu Atarou" (2nd) (Apr. 1990-Dec. 1990)
* "Magical Tarurūto-kun" (1990–1992)
* "Goldfish Warning!" ("Kingyo Chūihō!") (1991–1992)
* "Kinnikuman: Scramble for the Throne" (1991–1992)
* "Dragon Quest: Dai no Daibouken" ("Dai’s Great Adventure") (1991–1992)
* "Sailor Moon" series (1992–1996)
** "Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon" (1992–1993)
** "Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon R" (1993–1994)
** "Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon S" (1994–1995)
** "Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon SuperS" (1995–1996)
** "Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon Sailor Stars" (1996–1997)
* "Ghost Sweeper Mikami" (1993–1994)
* "Slam Dunk" (1993–1996)
* "Aoki Densetsu" ("Blue Legend") "Shoot!" (1993–1994)
* "Marmalade Boy" (1994–1995)
* "Shinken Densetsu Tight Road" (Oct. 1994-Dec. 1994)
* "Kuusou Kagaku Sekai" ("Fantastic Science World") "Gulliver Boy" (Jan. 1995-Dec. 1995)
* "Sekai Meisaku Dōwa Series: Wow! Marchen" (pronounced “MARE-hen”) "Oukoku" ("Kingdom") (Apr. 1995-Sept. 1995)
* "Gokinjo Monogatari" (1995–1996)
* "Ge Ge Ge no Kitaro" (4th) (1996–1998)
* "Hell Teacher Nūbē" (1996–1997)
* "Hana Yori Dango" ("Boys Over Flowers") (1996–1997)
* "Cutey Honey Flash" (1997–1998)
* "Kindaichi Shounen no Jikenbo" ("Young Kindaichi’s Casebook"; see "“Kindaichi Case Files”") (1997–2000)
* "Azumi: Mamma Mia!" (July 1997-Oct. 1997)
* "Yume no Crayon Oukoku" (lit. "“The Crayon Kingdom of Dreams”") (1997–1999)
* "Hanitarou Desu" ("It’s Hanitarou") (1997–1998)
* "Dr. Slump" (2nd series) (1997–1999)
* "Haruniwa Zoku San nin me" (lit. "“The Third of the Haruniwa Family”") (Jan. 1998-Mar. 1998)
* "Anime Shūkan DX! Mii-Fa-Pū" (featuring "Kocchi Muite Miiko", "Fan Fan Faa Mashii", and "Heli-tako -chan") (1998–1999)
* "Yu-Gi-Oh!" (first TV series, not "Duel Monsters") (Apr. 1998-Oct. 1998)
* "Mamotte Shugogetten" (1998–1999)
* "Ojamajo Doremi series" (1999–2004)
** "Ojamajo Doremi" (1999–2000)
** "Ojamajo Doremi #" ("Sharp") (2000–2001)
** "Mootto! (More!) Ojamajo Doremi" (2001–2002)
** "Ojamajo Doremi Dokkaan" (“dokkan” is the sound of an explosion) (2002–2003)
** "Ojamajo Doremi Na-I-Sho" ("Se-Cr-Et") (Jun. 2004-Dec. 2004)
* "Kamikaze Kaito Jeanne" ("Jeanne: The Kamikaze Thief") (1999–2000)
* "" series (1999-2003; 2006-2007)
** "Digimon Adventure" (1999–2000)
** "Digimon Adventure 02" (2000–2001)
** "Digimon Tamers" (2001–2002)
** "Digimon Frontier" (2002–2003)
** "Digimon Savers" (2006–2007)
* "One Piece" (1999-present)

2000s

* "Mushrambo" ("Shinzo" in most international markets) (Feb. 2000-Sept. 2000)
* "Legendary Gambler Tetsuya" (2000–2001)
* "“Pipo Papo Patoru-kun”" (literal romanization) (2000–2001)
* "Nono-chan" (2001–2002)
* "Kanon" (Jan. 2002-Mar. 2002)
* "Kinnikuman Nisei" (Jan. 2002-Dec. 2002)
* "Tsuri Baka Nisshi" ("Stupid Fishing Journal") (2002–2003)
* "Ashita no Nadja" (lit. "“Nadja of Tomarrow”") (2003–2004)
* "Konjiki no Gash Bell!!" ("Zatch Bell!") (2003–2006)
* "Air Master" (Apr. 2003-Sept. 2003)
* "Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo" (2003–2005)
* "Futari wa Pretty Cure" (2004–2005)
* "Kinnikuman Nisei: Ultimate Muscle" (Japanese broadcast of American second season) (Apr. 2004-June 2004)
* "Ring ni Kakero 1" ("“Put It All in the Ring”"; rough translation) (Oct. 2004-Dec. 2004)
* "Beet the Vandel Buster" ("Bouken Oh Beet") (2004–2005)
* "Digimon X-Evolution" ("“Zevolution”") (CGI animated TV movie; 2005)
* "" (Jan. 2005-Mar. 2005)
* "Futari wa Pretty Cure Max Heart" (2005–2006)
* "Beet the Vandel Buster: Excelion" (2005–2006)
* "Gaiking: Legend of Daiku-Maryu" ("sic") (2005–2006)
* "" (Jan. 2006-Mar. 2006)
* "Kinnikuman Nisei: Ultimate Muscle 2 (additional American produced episodes) (Jan. 2006-Mar. 2006)
* "Futari wa Pretty Cure Splash Star" (2006–2007)
* "Air Gear" (Apr.2006-Sept.2006)
* "Ring ni Kakero 1: Nichi-Bei Kessen Hen" (“Japan vs. USA” saga) (Apr. 2006-Jun. 2006)
* "Kamisama Kazoku" ("The God Family") (May. 2006-Aug.2006)
* "Binbou Shimai Monogatari" (The Tale of the Poor Sisters) (Jun. 2006-Sept.2006)
* "Demashita! Powerpuff Girls Z" (2006–2007)
* "Gin-iro no Olynssis" (Oct. 2006-Dec.2006)
* "Lily to Kaeru to (Ototo)" (2006) - winner of Animax's annual Animax Taishō, original script award. [ [http://www.animax.co.jp/etc/0506battle/award/ani_ward.html Animax Award official site] , Animax official website. jp icon]
* "Yes! Pretty Cure 5" (the 5 refers to there being "5" members) (2007–2008)
* "Ge Ge Ge no Kitaro (5th) (Apr. 2007-present)
* "Lovely Complex" (Apr. 2007-Sept. 2007)
* "Mononoke" (Ayakashi spin-off) (Jul. 2007-Sept. 2007)
* "Hatara Kids: My Ham-gumi" (Oct. 2007-present)
* "Hakaba Kitaro" (an adaptation of the original manga by Shigeru Mizuki) (Jan. 2008-Mar. 2008)
* "Yes! Pretty Cure 5 Go Go!" (Feb. 2008-present)
* "Uchi no 3 Shimai" (Flash animation; Apr. 2008-present)
* "RoboDz Kazagumo Hen" (Co-production with Disney; 3D Animated; June 2008-present)
* "Negibozu no Asatarō" ("Onion-Head" Asatarō) (Premiering October 12, 2008) [http://www.toei-anim.co.jp/tv/negibozu/]

Films (partial list)

* "Panda and the Magic Serpent" / "The White Snake Enchantress" ("Hakuja den") (1958)
* "Magic Boy" ("Shōnen Sarutobi Sasuke") (1959)
* "Alakazam the Great" ("Saiyuki") (1960)
* "The Littlest Warrior" ("Anju to zushio-maru") (1961)
* "Sindbad the Sailor" ("Arabian naito: Shindobaddo no bōken") (1962)
* "The Little Prince and the Eight-Headed Dragon" ("Wanpaku Ouji no Orochi Taiji") (1963)
* "Doggie March" / "Woof Woof Chushingura" / "Woof Woof 47 Ronin" ("Wanwan chushingura") (1963)
* "Gulliver's Travels Beyond the Moon" ("Garibā no Uchū Ryokō") (1965)
* "Cyborg 009" (original film version; predates first TV series by 2 years) (1966)
* "Cyborg 009: Monster War" ("Kaijuu Sensou") (1967)
*"Jack and the Witch" ("Shōnen Jakku to Mahō-tsukai") (1967)
* "" ("Taiyō no ōji: Horusu no daibōken") (1968)
* "Tales of Hans Christian Anderson" / "Fables from Hans Christian Andersen" ("Andesen monogatari") (1968)
* "Nagagutsu o haita neko" ("Puss in Boots") (1969)
* "Flying Phantom Ship" ("Soratobi Yurei Kan") (1969)
* "Mazinger Z vs. Devilman" (1973)
* "The Little Mermaid" ("" or "“Andersen Story: The Mermaid Princess”") (1975)
* "Sekai Meisaku Dowa" ("World Masterpiece Fairytales")
** "The Wild Swans" ("Hakuchou no Ouji") (1977)
** "Thumbelina" ("Oyayubi Hime") (1978)
** "Twelve Months" ("Mori wa Ikiteiru") (1980)
** "Aladdin and the Magic Lamp" ("Aladdin to Mahou no Lamp") (1982)

* "Space Battleship Yamato
** "Space Battleship Yamato" (1977)
** "Farewell Space Battleship Yamato" (1978)
** "" (TV movie; 1979)
** "Be Forever Yamato" (1980)
** "Final Yamato" (1983)

* "Taro the Dragon Boy" ("Tatsu no ko Taro") (1979)
* "Galaxy Express 999" ("Ginga Tetsudō 999") (1979)
* "Baldios" ("Uchū Senshi Baldios Movie") ("Space Warrior Baldios") (1981)
* "Adieu Galaxy Express 999" ("Sayonara Ginga Tetsudō 999") (1981)
* "Dragon Ball"
** "Curse of the Blood Rubies" ("The Legend of Shenron", Japanese: "Shenron no Densetsu") (1986)
** "Sleeping Princess in Devil's Castle" (1987)
** "Mystical Adventure" ("Makafushigi Daibōken"; named for "Makafushigi Adventure", the opening theme song) (1988)
** "The Path to Power" ("Tenth Anniversary Special") (1996)

* "Dragon Ball Z"
** "Dead Zone" ("Return My Gohan!")
** "The World’s Strongest" ("The World’s Strongest Guy")
** "The Tree of Might" ("Super Deciding Battle for the Entire Planet Earth")
** "Lord Slug" (Same name)
** "Cooler’s Revenge" ("The Incredible Mightiest vs. Mightiest")
** "Return of Cooler" ("Clash!! 10,000,000,000 Powerful Warriors")
** "Super Android 13" ("Extreme Battle! The Three Great Super Saiyans!")
** "" ("Burn Up!! A Close, Intense, Super-Fierce Battle")
** "Bojack Unbound" ("The Galaxy at the Brink!! The Super Incredible Guy")
** "" ("The Dangerous Duo! Super Warriors Never Rest!")
** "Bio-Broly" ("Super-Warrior Defeat!! I'm the One who'll Win ")
** "Fusion Reborn" ("Fusion Reborn!! Gokū and Vegeta")
** "Wrath of the Dragon" ("Dragon Fist Explosion!! If Goku Won't Do It, Who Will?")

* "Bishōjo Senshi Sailor Moon"
** "" (1993)
** "" (1994)
** "" (1995)

* "One Piece"
** "" (2000)
** "Clockwork Island Adventure" (2001)
** "Chopper's Kingdom on the Island of Strange Animals" (2002)
** "Dead End Adventure" (2003)
** "Curse of the Sacred Sword" (2004)
** "Baron Omatsuri and the Secret Island" (2005)
** "Karakuri Castle's Mecha Giant Soldier" (2006)
** "" (2007)
** "" (2008)
* "" (2003)
* "Air (2005)
* "Clannad (2007)
* "The Rose of Versailles [http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2007-05-18/toei-on-precure-5-one-piece-versailles-kitaro-films] (TBA)

Outsourced Production Work

* "" (1983–1987) (also dubbed in Japanese) (The 1989 TV series by DIC wasn't animated by Toei)
** "" (1987)
* ""Dungeons & Dragons" (TV series)" (1983–1985) (animation work on behalf of Marvel Productions)
* ""Muppet Babies"" (1984–1991) (first three seasons)
* "The Transformers series" (1984–1990) (dubbed original American series in Japanese; created anime sequels and OVA's)
** "" (1986)
* "Jim Henson's Little Muppet Monsters" (1985)
* "Jem" (1985–1988)
* "Inhumanoids" (1985)
* "Robotix" (1985)
* "Bigfoot and the Muscle Machines" (1985)
* "Defenders Of The Earth" (1985–1987) (Co production with King Features Syndicate)
* " My Little Pony" (1986–1987)
** "" (1986; animation production shared with South Korea's animation studio AKOM)
* "Adventures of the American Rabbit" (1986; U.S./Japan co-production between Toei Animation and Clubhouse Pictures, directed by Nobutaka Nishizawa and Fred Wolf)
* "Sky Commanders" (1987) (on behalf of Hanna-Barbera)
* "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1987 TV series)" (animation work on 5-part pilot)
* "Pryde of the x-men" (1989) (TV Pilot for planned late 80's X-Men animated series, only the pilot was produced)

Notes and references

External links

* [http://www.toei-anim.co.jp/ Toei Animation official website]
* [http://www.toei-anim.com/ Toei Animation English website]
* [http://www.toei-video.co.jp/ Toei Video]
* [http://www.toei-anim.com/ US Toei Animation website]


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