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Prince Planet (TV)

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Alternative title:
Planet Boy Papi
Principe Planeta (Spanish)
Yūsei Shōnen Papii (Japanese)
遊星少年パピイ (Japanese)
우주왕자빠삐 (Korean)
우주의 왕자 빠삐 (Korean)
Genres: science fiction
Plot Summary: Prince Planet was sent from his home planet of Radion to study the human beings of planet Earth. While studying the humans, the prince also helps them in their fight against evil. His power comes from a pendant he wears, which can only be recharged by energy transmitted from from his home planet of Radion.
Running time: half hour per episode
Number of episodes: 52
Episode titles: We have 52
1965-06-03 to 1966-05-27
1971-03-05 to 1972-02-25 (South Korea, MBC)
1974-09-30 to 1975-08-11 (South Korea, MBC - Eps. 1-46)
Release dates: We have 1
Opening Theme:
"Yūsei Shōnen Papii" by Duke Aces
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Toshiko Fujita as Papii
Yoshiko Yamamoto as Papii (eps 1-15)

Eiko Masuyama as Rico
Ichirō Murakoshi as Kiribito
Kazuo Nagayama as Strong
Reizō Nomoto as Zenoroy
Yoshihisa Kamo as Ajababa
Yuzuru Fujimoto as Chakoron

Eiko Masuyama as Papii's Mother

Japanese companies
Production: TCJ Animation
English staff
English cast
Bobbie Byers as Prince Planet/Bobby

Kurt Nagel as Ajababa
Sandy Warshaw as Diana Worthy
English companies
Internet Streaming:
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Korean staff
Korean companies
Broadcaster: MBC TV (from 5 March 1971)
Korean cast
Portuguese cast
Portuguese staff
Cleonir dos Santos as Príncipe Planeta (Dublasom Guanabara)
Leda Figueiró as Príncipe Planeta (Tv Cine-Som)

Ari de Toledo as Justo Kabao (Tv Cine-Som)
Domício Costa as Adja Baba (Tv Cine-Som)
Mário Monjardim as Adja Baba (Dublasom Guanabara)
Milton Rangel as Bruno Reccio/Strong (Dublasom Guanabara)
Nair Amorim as Estrelita (Dublasom Guanabara)
Orlando Drummond as Prof. Pop (Dublasom Guanabara)

Ari de Toledo as Locução e Narração (Tv Cine-Som)
Milton Rangel as Locução e Narração (Dublasom Guanabara)
Portuguese companies
TV Cultura (Brazil)
TV Tupi (Brazil)
Dubbing Studio:
Dublasom Guanabara
TV Cine-Som (Brazil)

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