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Contains two original episodes of Japan's first animated TV series, Birth of Astroboy in which Dr. Boyton creates Astroboy to replace his deceased son and Monster Machine in which Dr. Muddle is duped into transporting a monster to planet Earth - only Astroboy can stop it.

Synopsis:

Follows the adventures of a robotic boy with superhuman powers who helps the police keep renegade robots under control and improve robot-human relations.

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ISBN:
00043396322370
Subtitle:
Volume 1
Publisher:
Sony Pictures Home Enter
Credits:
Milo, Candi
Subject:
Anime
Subject:
Children's Video
Subject:
Television series.
Subject:
Androids
Subject:
Drama
Subject:
Super Heroes
Subject:
Tezuka, Osamu
Subject:
1928-1989
Subject:
Film and video adaptations
Subject:
Science fiction television programs
Subject:
Superhero television programs
Subject:
Animated television programs.
Subject:
Japan
Subject:
Television remakes.
Subject:
Television adaptations.
Subject:
Video recordings for the hearing impaired
Publication Date:
2009-09-15
Binding:
DVD
Grade Level:
TVG
Language:
Japanese
DVD Features:
Animated, Color, Standard Screen

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