The everyday life of Arnold, a 4th-grader in a nameless city that resembles Brooklyn, New York, who lives in a multi-racial boarding house with his grandparents and a motley assortment of neighbors and friends.
Jamil Walker Smith,
The pizza-delivery service Samurai Pizza Cats are also young samurai crime-fighters in their spare time, ready to spring into action from their headquarters above the pizza parlour whenever someone is in trouble. Protecting their myopic Princess and the city from forces led by The Big Cheese, they get into hilarious, action-packed scrapes, but always come out on top, mainly because the baddies are more incompetent than nefarious. Written by
Cynan Rees <firstname.lastname@example.org>
According to fan sites, the original Japanese script was lost, and a completely new script had to be written. A different rumor states that the scripts were deliberately withheld in order to force the writing team to be creative and do their own interpretation of the stories. Apparently, the original Japanese producers later saw the series' Western translations and through the comedic tone was an improvement. See more »
A fully functioning, cybernetic, technologically advanced team of superheroes... and NOBODY'S got a flashlight?
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No animal was hurt or mistreated during the making of this cartoon See more »
Samurai Pizza Cats has been on T.V for nearly 10 years, despite there only being just about over 50 episodes, it still proves to be one of Japan's best cartoons. Most people will have never heard of this cartoon (because of other cartoons like Sailor Moon, Dragonball Z and of course... Pokemon). The funniest part of the cartoon was the narrator, sometimes screwing up his lines and making crazy comments. In short Samurai Pizza Cats is a lost classic
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