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Tai Chi Chasers (KBS/Toei TV)
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Tai Chi Senjimon (Japanese)
太极千字文 (Chinese (PRC))
Copyright notice: ©KBS/TOEI ANIM./DONGSEO UNIV./ICONIX/JM ANIM.
Plot Summary: Rai, a young orphan, is shocked to discover he's a secret descendent of the Tigeroids: an ancient race of peaceful beings locked in struggle with the ruthless Dragonoids. In a parallel universe called Suhn, the Tigeroids and Dragonoids are locked in an age-old race to recover 500 lost tai chi symbols. Whoever recovers these precious and potent symbols will possess the ultimate power to rule their realm…and destroy their enemies. Rai must now hone his innate tai chi card skills to fight the Dragonoids, find the lost symbols and battle to become one of the champion Tai Chi Chasers.
Running time: half hour per episode
Number of episodes: 39
Episode titles: We have 26
2007-04-29 to 2008-01-20 (Korean Broadcasting System)
2009-08-13 (Hong Kong, TVB Jade)
Tai Chi Chasers Premieres on U.S. TV This Afternoon (Sep 9, 2011)
Tai Chi Chasers' 1st 2 Episodes Posted Before U.S. TV Debut (Aug 31, 2011)
4Kids Gets Global License for Pénélope tête en l'air (May 25, 2010)
4Kids Reports US$3.5-Million Loss in 1st Quarter 2010 (May 11, 2010)
4Kids Reports 3rd Party is Interested in Acquiring It (May 10, 2010)
4Kids Adds Toei's Tai Chi Chasers Fantasy TV Anime (Mar 22, 2010)
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Series Director: Hiroki Shibata
Series Composition: Taku Satō
Character Design: Hisashi Kagawa
Art design: Takashi Hurahashi
Producer: Kenji Edato
Production: Hiroshi Takahashi
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