I used to watch Remi as a child in my native Dominican Republic. Yes, it was dubbed in Spanish.
This the first Japanese anime series I saw on Dominican TV in the late 70s. I looked forward to each weekly episode. Unfortunately I never got to see all of them.
Here is a brief overview of this story. Remi was an abandoned child. He lived with his adoptive mother. They were very poor. When Mr. Vitalis - a tall and burly older man - was in town looking for a young boy to assist him with his traveling circus animals, he recruited Remy.
During his travels with Mr. Vitalis and his animals, Remi meets several people one of which will become his best friends. This is a very moving and poignant story, which is apt for the whole family to watch.
I would love to purchase a DVD set containing all the episodes in either English or Spanish.
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