Seasonal Anime

TV (New)
Sally was a tomboy and mischievous witch girl. One day, she was attracted by an advertising balloon, and went to the department store. There she found girls of the same age, Sumire and Yoshiko, and she wanted to become friends with them. After she became good friends with them, she made up her mind to pretend to be a human and began to live in the town with her follower, Kabu. Then she began to know more important things than magic. (Source: AnimeNfo)

TV - Dec 5, 1966, 19:00 (JST)
2,750 6.41
In this film, because of complaints from children that Goku is depicted as too much of an eager student, he is instead portrayed as a very naughty modern boy. It then received so many complaints from the PTA about its bad language that it was forced out of the show after all. (Source: Official Site)

TV - Jan 7, 1967
612 6.09
TV (Continuing)
A wacky comedy about identical sextuplets causing wild pranks. Each episode features 2 stories. (Source: AniDB)

TV - Feb 5, 1966, 19:30 (JST)
2,667 6.48
Jungle Emperor was such a hit in Japan, that Dr. Tezuka went ahead and produced a sequel in 1966, known in Japan as "The New Jungle Emperor" or "Onward, Leo!" The trouble (for us in the rest of the world) was that he made the series without having a deal with NBC, and he made it more like his original manga story, which means that there were a lot of characters that died and some of the episodes could be depressing. NBC thought that there was no way they could sell that kind of show, and they were quite happy with the 52 episodes they had, so the New Jungle Emperor series wasn`t seen in this country until 1984, when it was given the title Leo The Lion. This series was supposed to take place a few years after the original Kimba series. Kimba was an adult, with Kitty as his mate, and they had two cubs. Most of all this series was the story of Rune, the male cub, as he grew and learned to be as strong as his father. For legal reasons, the producers of the English-dubbed version could not use the name Kimba, so they used the original Japanese names for all the characters. (Source: Official Website)

TV - Oct 5, 1966, 19:00 (JST)
1,890 6.51
A squadron of robots defends the planet against alien invaders. (Source: AniDB)

TV - Apr 23, 1966
543 N/A
Q-taro, a monster, is living with the Ohara family. He can fly and make his body transparent, but he cannot turn his body into other things like other monsters do. He is a scattered mind, and he always makes mistakes and causes trouble. (Source: AnimeNfo)

TV - Aug 29, 1965
519 N/A
Another continuation of Instant History with a new title. This time it was sponsored by Kirin, a brewery company in Japan. (Source: Cartoon Research)

TV - Jul 1, 1966, 18:55 (JST)
405 N/A
A classic sci-fi TV anime. The adventures of super-boy. In the 21st century, a human boy is raised on the Planet Soran, home of one of the most advanced civilization in the Galactic Federaion. The planet has the gravity 15 times stronger than Earth. People of Soran changed the boy into a cyborg so that he can live on the planet. Years later the boy returns to Earth. He calls himself Soran. On Earth, his phsical ability is 15 times superior to normal humans. He uses the power for justice. (Source: AniDB)

TV - May 4, 1965, 19:00 (JST)
358 N/A
A boy known as a troublemaker transfers into a new school. (Source: AniDB)

TV - May 5, 1966
337 N/A
Donning a special mask, a young man defends the planet. (Source: AniDB)

TV - Jun 3, 1966
337 N/A
Based on a manga by Morita Kenji. Household robot Robotan, made by a nerdy school boy named Kan-chan, lives with an everyday Japanese family as a domestic servant and friend to the children. (Source: AniDB)

TV - Oct 4, 1966
315 N/A
On a distant world, people with paranormal powers battle each other. Based on a story by Yamano Kouichi. (Source: AniDB)

TV - Dec 14, 1965
265 N/A
The adventures of jug-eared schoolboy detective Bacchiri, who can solve cases that baffle the police, thanks to his brilliantly ingenious mind. The 10 minutes episodes aired daily, Monday through Saturday. (Source: The Anime Encyclopedia & AniDB)

TV - Nov 14, 1966
218 N/A
The evil organization 'Black Ghost' attacked around the world, using dinosaur (plesiosaur) type giant robots, and the team of 9 cyborgs launched their quest for the Black Ghost's hideout. 009 meets a girl named Helena... (Source:

Movie - Mar 19, 1967
1,502 5.94
Also known as Manual of Ninja Martial Arts, the only animation from Japanese New Wave maestro Nagisa Oshima is as provocative as one would expect from such a remarkable filmmaker. The film follows Sanpei Shirato's classic comic story about the son of an assassinated feudal lord in the Muromachi period, who attempts to avenge his father's death and meets Kagemaru, a renegade ninja helping peasants and farmers rebel against Oda Nobunaga's regime.

Movie - Feb 15, 1967
1,187 5.54
Jack is a boy who lives with his animal friends Barnaby Bear, Dinah Dog, Squeeker Mouse and Phineas Fox. He's challenged to a race with Allegra, who turns out to be a witch. She takes Jack to the queen witch, Auriana. She plans on turning all her slaves into evil harpies.

Movie - Mar 19, 1967
509 5.40
A special boy is born on a day when hurricanes and wicked spirits struck medieval Korea. The citizens and family learn that the infant has super human strength and cunning intelligence. As the boy grows up, he makes a vow to his family, the emperor of Korea, and to the high deities to rid Korea of the chaos and disorder caused by the wicked beings. (Source: IMDB)

Movie - Jan 21, 1967
259 N/A
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Movie - Mar 19, 1967
163 N/A
In the near future, Earth is engulfed in a new ice age as snow falls ceaselessly in summer and glaciers advance with uncharacteristic speed. In this SF spinoff of the live-action Wonderful World Travel series, humanity must decide whether to use science to fight the ice or to adapt to it. (Source: Anime Encyclopedia)

Special - Jan 29, 1967
192 N/A