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|composer(s) = [[Ryota Yamada]]<br>[[Yaseen Hussein]]<br>[[wp:James Gelfand|James Gelfand]]
 
|composer(s) = [[Ryota Yamada]]<br>[[Yaseen Hussein]]<br>[[wp:James Gelfand|James Gelfand]]
 
|theme_music_composer = [[Arshavir Manoogian]]
 
|theme_music_composer = [[Arshavir Manoogian]]
|original_release = 1986|no_of_episodes = 65}}'''Dog Prince Epan-kun''' (犬の王子エパンくん - Inu no ōji Epan-kun) is a 1986 Barokian-Vlokouzian-Canadian-Japanese anime series produced jointly by [[Rahimtoola Films|Rahimtoola Films Bahezki]], [[El TV Kadsre Animation]], [[wp:CinéGroupe|CinéGroupe]], and [[wp:Group TAC|Group TAC]]. It is a spinoff of [[Princess Felicia (1982 series)|Princess Felicia]].
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|original_release = 1986|no_of_episodes = 65}}{{nihongo|'''Dog Prince Epan-kun'''|犬の王子エパンくん|''Inu no Ōji Epan-kun''}} is a 1986 Barokian-Vlokouzian-Canadian-Japanese anime series produced jointly by [[Rahimtoola Films|Rahimtoola Films Bahezki]], [[El TV Kadsre Animation]], [[wp:CinéGroupe|CinéGroupe]], and [[wp:Group TAC|Group TAC]]. It is a spinoff of [[Princess Felicia (1982 series)|Princess Felicia]].
   
 
== Plot ==
 
== Plot ==
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* [[Maurice Ambar]] as Queen Épagneul II
 
* [[Maurice Ambar]] as Queen Épagneul II
 
* [[wp:Pauline Little|Pauline Little]] as Princess Felicia
 
* [[wp:Pauline Little|Pauline Little]] as Princess Felicia
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* [[Yaseen Hussein]] as King Meowza IX
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* [[Yasi Tanaka]] as Queen Purrfect IX
 
* [[wp:Rick Jones (voice actor)|Rick Jones]] as all of the feral animals
 
* [[wp:Rick Jones (voice actor)|Rick Jones]] as all of the feral animals
 
* [[Jepson Macías]] as the narrator
 
* [[Jepson Macías]] as the narrator
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== Music ==
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The theme song was composed by Soviet Armenian composer [[Arshavir Manoogian]] with lyrics by [[Yaseen Hussein]] and [[Lucy Chahuán]]. It was performed by [[Assa Darson]] and [[Mrs. Magnificent]] in the English, Barokian, Brazilian Portuguese, and Latin American Spanish versions.
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==International Broadcaster==
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===[[Barokia]]===
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*[[BBT 2]] (1986-1994)
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===[[YinYangia]]===
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*[[Nickelodeon (YinYangia)|Nickelodeon]] (1986-1995)
 
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[[Category:El Kadsreian television series]]

Latest revision as of 04:25, 7 October 2018

'Dog Prince Epan-kun' (Japanese: 犬の王子エパンくん, Hepburn: 'Inu no Ōji Epan-kun') is a 1986 Barokian-Vlokouzian-Canadian-Japanese anime series produced jointly by Rahimtoola Films Bahezki, El TV Kadsre Animation, CinéGroupe, and Group TAC. It is a spinoff of Princess Felicia.

Plot

Prince Épagneul (French for Spaniel and shortened to Epan in Japanese) is the heir to Canine Kingdom (populated by anthropomorphic dogs), which is at war with the Felician Kingdom. On his tenth birthday, Épagneul receives a scepter and a magic pendant that will allow him to become either a dog or a cat, and sets out with his feral dog companion and two cats to settle conflict with the kingdom.

Voice cast

English

Music

The theme song was composed by Soviet Armenian composer Arshavir Manoogian with lyrics by Yaseen Hussein and Lucy Chahuán. It was performed by Assa Darson and Mrs. Magnificent in the English, Barokian, Brazilian Portuguese, and Latin American Spanish versions.

International Broadcaster

Barokia

YinYangia