Samurai Pizza Cats

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  • 16 out of 16 people found this review helpful:
    An absolute classic and the "first abridged series" years before youtube.
    For those too young to remember this awesome show the story goes that when this dub was being written somehow no Japanese scripts were sent across the Pacific, and this being the 90s that was kinda hard to compensate for. The result.... a gag dub that turns a fairly bland super sentai (w/cats!) knock off into a ridiculously funny parody of itself.

    Watch. It.

    Its really that simple.
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  • 7 out of 9 people found this review helpful:
    Still hilarious, if dated.
    Before there was Team Four Star, before there was Little Kuriboh, before there was Ghost Stories written by the voice acting cast, there was Samurai Pizza Cats. While the original show was in fact a rarity in itself; a comedy series with the narrator cracking jokes at the characters' expense, parodies of other animes, and fourth-wall breaking running gags, the dub team took it to the next level ...
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  • 3 out of 3 people found this review helpful:
    Finally , For my Kids
    This show was a pivotal point in my growing up. I would run home from school to watch it. and even though there were other Japanese shows on TV at the time (Dragon ball, Astro boy) this was the first one that made me realize I was watching something from another country (mostly because the setting is unmistakable. Now I have small kids and I cant wait to let them watch this.
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  • 1 out of 1 people found this review helpful:
    Terrible Humor, Absolute Classic
    This is the only anime I would ever recommend to watch the dub instead of the sub.

    The original is definitely still good, but there's a really good reason the dub was more popular in the US than the original was in Japan - Saban was given carte blanche to write their own stories, and you can tell the show's writers had a lot of fun. Lots of terrible (great) puns, really weird characters, ...
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  • Funny and Loveable!!
    My classic anime recommendation is Kyatto Ninden Teyandee. It was a relatively unknown little anime, until it was re dubbed and rebranded in America as Sammauri Pizza Cats. The animation and character designs are adorable, the redubbing is hilariously over the top, and main singer in the opening theme is a flamboyant (to say the least) gay guy who spits out 90's catchphrases faster than Donald ...
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  • This show is crazy. Watch the subbed version.
    this show is crazy. I used to love this as a kid, the voice actors are great in the English version... but they took out a lot of the dirty/crude humor and jokes.

    Literally... what the hell were they thinking? It is a spoof of Voltron, Saint Seiya, and a lot of other stuff popular at the time.

    How do you explain this show? Robot cats that transform with new armor that looks exactly the ...
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  • The best early 90s cartoon ever made
    I strongly suggest watching the dubbed edition "Samurai Pizza Cats", even if you are (like me) one who typically prefers subs. The voice acting is top-notch and the writing dramatically diverges from the original plot to create a cherished comedy anime that has maintained a cult following for decades following its original airing.

    --Supersonic (Admin, Edoropolis Emporium)
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  • Rocky and Bullwinkle Meets Power Rangers
    It's embarrassing how formative this show was to my tastes. Nearly forgotten today, this was my first and favorite anime when I was a child. ( I thought Sailor Moon was boring, which came on after this and which I used to nap through. ) The fourth wall breaking jokes really appealed to the side of me that still believed Who Framed Roger Rabbit and Space Jam could happen when I was a wee tot, and ...
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