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The New Adventures of Kimba The White Lion (TV 1989)
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Jungle Emperor Leo (special) (remake)
Biały Lew Kimba (Polish)
Jungle Taiteii (Japanese)
Kimba - Biały Lew (Polish)
Kimba the White Lion
Le retour du roi Léo (French)
Lew, Król Dżungli (Polish)
Simbad, o Leão Branco (Portuguese)
ジャングル大帝  (Japanese)
Objectionable content: None
Plot Summary: Leo (a.k.a. Kimba in the U.S.) is a young ambitious lion cub who takes his father's place as emperor of the jungle when is father is killed by poachers. Even though his father's fate was met by the hands of humans, Leo is one of the few animals in the Jungle that doesn't fear or feel hatred toward humans. He is not alone either, he is guided by friends of his father to help create the best animal kingdom there can be.
User Ratings: 32 ratings have been given [details]
Running time: half hour per episode
Number of episodes: 52
Episode titles: We have 52
Vintage: 1989-10-12 to 1990-10-11
"Sabanna no Koete (Past the Savanna)" by Ichiro Mizuki
"Yuubae ni Nare" by Tomoko Tokugai
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