Princess Knight

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3.0
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  • 4 out of 4 people found this review helpful:
    Charming Tezuka kids' show with a bad dub
    Princess Knight is a charming little show, a nice window into Japanese animated children's programming of the mid 60s, and the music of Isao Tomita before he picked up the synthesizer. It's of its time, and 100% Tezuka in look and feel. And would there be a Revolutionary Girl Utena without Princess Knight?

    The English dub is for the most part, unfortunate. They do an okay job with the ...
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  • 2 out of 3 people found this review helpful:
    Great Retro Show Ever
    This show is surprisingly good. A side from it being very retro. The story and charatures are interesting. You have a princess who insist on saving her country. She is strong and a good fighter. She can handle just about anything on her own. She also likes to goof around and cause trouble. This show has it all. Action, danger, mayhem, and room for romance. There is comedy also. So when you are ...
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  • 3 out of 7 people found this review helpful:
    Ehh, just not worth the time.
    Dear Lord... So for an anime from 1967 it isn't to bad. But by today's standards it is just not very good. The English dub which in its self isn't to bad except, and this is a big issue, Princess Sapphire and Tink (Choppy in this version) have the worst voices...ever. Everyone else goes from fine (Prince Frank) to even pretty good (you can tell the woman playing Hecate was enjoying it). But ugh ...
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  • 1 out of 5 people found this review helpful:
    This is not an anime
    this is not an anime, it is a cartoon, 10/10, would not suggest. The main character is just super confused about their sexuality, constantly referring to herself as a boy, even though she knows for a FACT, that she is not a boy. I realize this has everything to do with the plot, but no bueno.
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