Cartoon series chronicles the adventures of marine boy, who can breathe for extended periods underwater with the use of oxygum. He also has jet boots that propel him underwater, and a ... See full summary »
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Cartoon series chronicles the adventures of marine boy, who can breathe for extended periods underwater with the use of oxygum. He also has jet boots that propel him underwater, and a friendly dolphin who always seems to show up just when marine boy needs him most. Written by <jeffp@iserver.icon.palo-alto.med.va.gov>

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Although Marine Boy's "oxygum" supplied his air, the effects of pressure and depressurization were conveniently ignored. See more »

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I learned how to sing in Japanese!!!!
26 April 2003 | by See all my reviews

My love for Marine Boy is only second to Astro-Boy and Speed Racer!

This was another one of those imported Japanese Anime cartoons form the 60's I just was glued to and loved beyond belief. It was innocent, it was wonderful, it was fantasy. Kids today over 6 would probably run far away from this, and I think that's sad. For me, it had everything a kid could want, a boy who could stay underwater because of the gum that was invented, his friends...a dolphin and a mermaid. You'd think Disney would have done something like this, they didn't. Thank Goodness.

Here's the neatest thing about Marine Boy that I think every parent should pay attention to. When they showed the series on the station I watched, they showed it in its original Japanese language with subtitles AND they showed it in English dubbed. I just happened to learn the sweet little catchy title song in its original Japanese, and then in English. Sang it around the house, all the time. Freaked my mother out. Cute huh?


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