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Donkey Kong 64 is an anime based on the Nintendo 64 video game of the same name. It was produced by well-known Madhouse Studios in Japan and ran for 27 episodes from July 1 until December 30, 2000 in the 5:30pm timeslot.

The series was first imported into the USA/Canada by FUNimation and Nerd Corps Entertainment in early 2001 and ran on Fox Kids from February of that year until September of 2002. The series was very popular in Japan, USA, Canada, Poland, the UK, France, Germany, Israel, United Arab Emirates and in the rest of Asia (including the Phillippines, China, Hong Kong, Malaysia and Singapore). Unlike many anime shows at the time, the series was produced in a combination of traditional animation and computer animation


Episodes

  1. Cranky's Lab! A Simian Slam? No Way!
  2. Out in Jungle Japes! Get Diddy!
  3. To Angry Aztec! Get Lanky and Tiny!
  4. To the Factory! Get Chunky!
  5. K. Rool! Get Ready for a Fight!
  6. Humans on DK Island? Hostile or Friendly?
  7. The Potion Recipe is Stolen! (Part 1 of 3)
  8. The Potion Recipe is Near! (Part 2 of 3)
  9. The Potion Recipe is Ours! (Last Part of 3)
  10. A Balloon Island? Let's Go!
  11. Dreams Do Come True! At Least for Diddy!
  12. Goodbye K.Rool World
  13. Cranky Falls Sick! HELP! (Part 1 of 4)
  14. A Brave Kong Volunteers! (Part 2 of 4)
  15. Diddy's Battle at Sea! Beware! (Part 3 of 4)
  16. At Last! The Cure is Here! (Last Part of 4)
  17. Fattening Bananas! Oh No!
  18. A Rare Banana! Wow!
  19. Dixie Comes to Call! What Will Tiny Do?
  20. K. Lumsy Comes By!
  21. Cranky's Retirement? For Real?
  22. Lanky Using Barrel Blast? Ridiculous!
  23. Troff and Scoff Trying Baboon Balloon? Unthinkable!
  24. K. Rool Returns with a Vengeance (Part 1 of 4)
  25. Time to Take Out the Potions Again! (Part 2 of 4)
  26. The Big Plan (Part 3 of 4)
  27. The Final Battle! (Last Part of 4) (Series Finale)


Voice Cast

  • Donkey Kong - Koichi Yamadera (Japanese) Ted Cole (English)
  • Diddy Kong - Megumi Hayashibara (Japanese) Stephanie Nadolny (English)
  • Lanky Kong - Mayumi Tanaka (Japanese) Edwin Neal (English)
  • Tiny Kong - Rei Sakuma (Japanese) Cathy Weseluck (English)
  • Chunky Kong - Kazuhiko Inoue (Japanese) David Kaye (English)
  • Dixie Kong - Noriko Hidaka (Japanese) Monika Antonelli (English)
  • Cranky Kong - Kenichi Ogata (Japanese) Wayne Robson (English)
  • Candy Kong - Noriko Hidaka (Japanese) Teryl Rothery (English)
  • Funky Kong - Sukekiyo Kameyama (Japanese) Paul Dobson (English)
  • King K. Rool - Hazime Ozeki (Japanese) Dan Haggerty (English)
  • Wrinkly Kong - Midori Kato (Japanese) Kathleen Barr (English)
  • K. Lumsy - Ichiro Nagai (Japanese) Christopher R. Sabat (English)
  • Krushas - Kaneta Kimotsuki (Japanese) David Kaye (English)
  • Kritters - Toru Furuya (Japanese) Wayne Robson (English)
  • Gnawties - Shigeru Chiba (Japanese) Paul Dobson (English)

Broadcasting

  • USA: Fox Kids (February 2001-September 2002), Jetix (January 2005-December 2008), Disney XD (April 2011-)
  • Canada: CTV (January 2001- October 2004), Télétoon Quebec (June 2009-), YTV (March 2011-)
  • UK: CBBC (May 2001-October 2001, March 2005-), Fox Kids/Jetix (June 2001-May 2003, November 2004-September 2008)
  • Ireland: RTÉ Two (May 2001-October 2001), Jetix/Disney XD (March 2005-)
  • Germany: ZDF (2001-2002), KI.KA (2005-2007, 2011-)
  • Australia: ABC1 (2001-)
  • Japan: Fuji TV (2000, 2009-2010, 2011-), Kids Station (2006-present)
  • Israel: IBA (2002-)
  • Italy: Rai Gulp (2002, 2011-)
  • Sweden: SVT (2001-2002), Disney XD (2011-)
  • Denmark: TV2 (2002, 2009-)
  • Netherlands: Kindernet (2001) Nickelodeon (2011-)
  • Belgium: Ketnet (2001-2002, 2011-)
  • France: TFOU TV (2001), Jetix (2005-2006), France 3 (2008), Disney XD (2011-), Télétoon (2011-)
  • Phillippines: ABS-CBN (2002), Cartoon Network (2009-)
  • Hong Kong: TVB Jade (2002, 2011-)
  • Malaysia: RTM (2004-2005, 2011-)
  • Poland: TVP & Fox Kids (2001) Fox Kids Play/Jetix Play (2005, 2007-2008) Disney XD (2011-)
  • Portugal: Canal Panda
  • Spain: Disney Channel

DVD distributors

  • USA: FUNimation Entertainment (2001-)
  • Canada: BMG Video (2001-2002) FUNimation Entertainment (2005-2009) (KFC) E1 Entertainment (2009)
  • UK/Ireland: 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment (2001-2002) Maximum Entertainment/Fox Kids/Jetix Best Sellers (2004-2005, 2009)
  • Germany: BMG Video/UFA Video (2001) Universum Film (2005-2006, 2011)
  • Australia: Roadshow Entertainment (2002-)
  • Japan: Pony Canyon (2000-present) Warner Home Video (2010)
  • Italy: Mondo TV/MHE Ideal Entertainment (2002, 2011)
  • Sweden: Egmont (2002), Nordisk Film (2011)
  • Denmark: Egmont (2002), Nordisk Film (2011)
  • Netherlands: BMG Video (2002), E1 Entertainment Benelux (2011)
  • Belgium: Universal Studios Benelux (2002) E1 Entertainment Benelux (2011)
  • France: TF1 Vidéo (2002) Seven 7 (2011)
  • Poland: ITI Home Video (2001-2002, 2009-)

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