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Plot Summary: October, 1987, Autumn. In Suganami, Tokyo, there lives the Kinoshita family whereby the father draws very little pay out of his job as an ordinary salaryman. In order to cover expenses, he decides to let out the second floor of their apartment to earn additional rental income. One day, an obstinate-looking eldery dog, accompanied by a younger boy-dog, came knocking on their doors. The eldery dog addresses himself as Norayama Kuroyoshi and introduces his grandson as Norakuro. The former wants to open a detective agency and intends to rent the unit for their office. He will be the president of the investigative bureau while Norakuro-kun will be the director. He will also recruit one of the Kinoshita's sons, Keita-kun, as his employee and their advisor will be the girl-next-door, a high school student by the name of Rika Sawaguchi. On the third day since the official opening of the office, the telephone rang, a signal of a new case.
Running time: half hour per episode
Number of episodes: 50
Episode titles: We have 50
Vintage: 1987-10-04 to 1988-10-02
#1: "You! You! You!" by BaBe
#2: "JUNK BOY" by MEGU
#1: "Hold Me!" by BaBe
#2: "BE MY BOY!" by MEGU
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Director: Masami Anno
Series Composition: Yoshio Urasawa
Music: Yusuke Honma
Original Manga: Suihou Tagawa
Character Design: Yuji Moriyama
Director of Photography: Hidekazu Kojima
Key Animation: Atsuko Ishida (eps 20, 26)
Music Selection: Osamu Nakamura
Planning: Kenichiro Haraoka
Production manager: Takuji Yamauchi
Sound Adjustment: Kiyoshi Matsuzawa
Sound Effects: Junichi Sasaki
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