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Wanwan Chūshingura Production Information



Wanwan Chūshingura Cartoon Picture

>Tōei Dōga
  • Tōei Dōga
  • Animated Characters: Lock, Goro, Other Dogs, Kira, Akamimi.
  • Originally Released in 1963.
  • Running Time: 82 minutes.
  • Eastmancolor
  • Japan  Japan


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Production Notes:


The first recorded film involving Hayao Miyazaki.

The TV series Ōkami Shōnen Ken- not this film, as often stated- appears to mark Miyazaki's first animated work (the first episode predates Wanwan Chushingura by a month).

Based on an idea by executive producer Osamu Tezuka.

The story has its origins in the kabuki play Chushinugura (also known as Treasury of Loyal Retainers or The 47 Ronin), which appeared in its earliest known form in 1706.

Traditional, Hand-drawn Animation.

Alternate Title: "Wan Wan Chushingura."

English Titles: "Doggie March," "Woof Woof Chushingura," "Woof Woof 47 Ronin," "Watchdog Bow Wow," "Watchdog Woof-Woof."




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