Kaibutsu-kun (TV 2)

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[ remake of Kaibutsu-kun (TV) ]

Alternative title:
Carletto, il principe dei mostri (Italian) 
Kid Monstruo (Spanish) (Spanish) 
怪物くん (Japanese) 
Number of episodes: 188 
Episode titles: We have 188
Vintage: 1980-09-02 to 1982-09-28 
Opening Theme:
"Yukai Tsuukai Kaibutsu-kun" by Masako Nozawa 
Ending Theme:
"Oretacha Kaibutsu 3-nin-gumi yo" by Takuzou Kamiyama, Kaneta Kimotsuki, Taro Sagami 
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Script: Takashi Yamada 
Original creator: Fujiko Fujio 

Theme Song Performance:
Kaneta Kimotsuki (ED) 
Masako Nozawa (OP) 
Takuzou Kamiyama (ED) 
Taro Sagami (ED) 
Masako Nozawa as Kaibutsu-kun 

Kaneta Kimotsuki as Dracula 
Katsue Miwa as Hiroshi 
Shingo Kanemoto as Franken(2nd) 
Takuzou Kamiyama as Ookami-otoko 
Taro Sagami as Franken(1st) 

Chiyoko Kawashima as Ichimaru Kako 
Dai Kanai as Kaibutsu Daiou 
Eiko Masuyama as Kaiko-chan 
Eiko Yamada as Princess Demokin 
Keiko Han as Ako chan 
Kiyonobu Suzuki as Banno 
Reizô Nomoto as Dr. Noo 
Sanji Hase as Kizao 
Takashi Tsumura as Teacher 

Japanese companies
Broadcaster: TV Asahi 
Production: Shin-Ei Animation 
English staff
English companies
(none)
Broadcaster:
Disney Channel 
POGO 
English cast
Italian staff
Italian cast
Dubbing Director: Aldo Barberito 
Massimo Còrizza as Carletto 
Massimo Di Benedetto as Hiroshi(unpublished eps) 
Oliviero Corbetta as Wolf L'uomo Lupo(unpublished eps) 
Paolo De Santis as Conte Dracula(unpublished eps) 
Pietro Ubaldi as Frankie(unpublished eps) 

Aldo Barberito as Frankie 
Bruno Cattaneo as Uomo Pesce 
Carla Comaschi as Kaiko 
Carlo Croccolo as Dottor No 
Carlo Raffani as Uomo invisibile 
Emanuela Fallini as Sis 
Fabrizio Manfredi as Hiroshi 
Fabrizio Mazzotta as Banja 
Francesca Palopoli as
Granny Cornacchia 
Nonna Grimm 
Gastone Pescucci as
Bem 
Nobilas 
Luciano Roffi as Kong 
Marco Guadagno as Kizao 
Roberto Del Giudice as Conte Dracula 
Rodolfo Baldini as Wolf l'Uomo Lupo 

Italian companies
Broadcaster:
Anime Gold (from 1st March 2011) 
DeA Kids (from November 2009) 
Italia 1 (from 1983) 
Junior TV 
Man-Ga (from 16 December 2011) 
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