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The Care Bears live in a faraway place up in the clouds called Care-a-Lot. They travel around the world on Missions in Caring, whilst evil villains such as Professor Coldheart and Lord No Heart, try to thwart their plans.
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
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The male Pizza Cats never remove their helmets, however Polly Ester does in at least two episodes, revealing she has short, red hair and a similar set of ears under her helmet. See more »
[Swinging a broom]
Gotcha! You know you're supposed to be doing your chores!
But I have a note from my doctor!
He's telling the truth! I helped him write it!
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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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