Pierrot (company)

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January 18, 2022

Pierrot Co., Ltd. (株式会社ぴえろ, Kabushiki-gaisha Piero) is a Japanese anime film studio founded in 1979 by Tatsunoko Production and Mushi Production. The head office is located in Mitaka, Tokyo. Studio Pierrot is famous for some hit Anime such as: Bleach, Naruto, Yu Yu Hakusho, Tokyo Ghoul, Beelzebub, Great Teacher Onizuka and others. Movie studio with a clown logo.

TV series

Note: This is not an exhaustive list

1980

The Wonderful Adventures of Nils (Nirusu no Fushigi na Tabi) (NHK) (1980–1981) Urusei Yatsura (Fuji TV) (1981–1986) – (animation production of first half of series for Kitty Films; second half of series was done by Studio Deen) Miss Machiko (Maichingu Machiko-sensei) (TV Tokyo) (1981–1983) The Mysterious Cities of Gold (Japanese Taiyō no Ko Esteban, French Les Mysterious Cities Cités d'Or) (NHK) (1982–1983) (co-production with DiC) Mrs. Pepper Pot (Spoon Obaasan) (NHK) (1983–1984) Creamy Mami, the Magic Angel (Mahō no Tenshi Creamy Mami) (NTV) (1983–1984) Chikkun Takkun (Fuji TV) (Apr. 1984–Sept. 1984) Persia, the Magic Fairy (NTV) (1984–1985) Bismark (Sei Jūshi Bismark) (NTV) (1984–1985) (broadcast in the U.S. as Saber Rider and the Star Sheriffs from 1987 to 1988) Magical Emi, the Magic Star (NTV) (1985–1986) Ninja Senshi Tobikage (NTV) (1985–1986) (also known as Ninja Robots) Pastel Yumi, the Magic Idol (NTV) (Mar. 1986–Aug. 1986) Anmitsu Hime (Fuji TV) (1986–1987) Ganbare, Kickers! (NTV) (1986–1987) Kimagure Orange Road (NTV) (1987–1988) Norakuro-kun (Fuji TV) (1987–1988) Osomatsu-kun (Fuji TV) (1988–1989) The Burning Wild Man (Moero! Oni-san) (NTV) (Mar. 1988–Sept. 1988) Magical Hat (Fuji TV) (1989–1990) Dragon Quest (Fuji TV) (1989–1991) (co-production with Studio Comet)

1990

Heisei Tensai Bakabon (Fuji TV) (Jan. 1990–Dec. 1990) Musashi, the Samurai Lord (NTV) (1990–1991) Tasuke, the Samurai Cop (TV Tokyo) (1990–1991) Chokakku, the Stubborn Samurai Boy (Fuji TV) (1991) The Abashiri Family (May. 1991-Nov. 1991) Marude Dameo (Fuji TV) (1991–1992) Little Ghosts, There, Here, and Where (Chiisa na Obake Acchi, Socchi, Kocchi) (NTV) (1991–1992) Yu Yu Hakusho (Fuji TV) (1992–1995) Battle Mondo (1993–1996) Tottemo! Luckyman (TV Tokyo) (1994–1995) Ninku (Fuji TV) (1995–1996) Fushigi Yûgi (TV Tokyo) (1995–1996) Crush Cyborg (1995–1996) Midori no Makibaō (Fuji TV) (1996–1997) First Human Gon (NHK) (1996–1997) Aka-chan to Boku (Baby and Me) (TV Tokyo) (1996–1997) Victory Captain (1996–1998) Hyper Police (TV Tokyo) (Apr. 1997–Sept. 1997) Clamp School Detectives (TV Tokyo) (May. 1997–Oct. 1997) Flame of Recca (Fuji TV) (1997–1998) Takoyaki Mantoman (TV Tokyo) (1998–1999) Fancy Lala (Fancy Lala, the Magic Stage) (TV Osaka)(Apr. 1998–Sept. 1998) Neo Ranga (WOWOW) (Apr. 1998–Sept. 1998) Dokkiri Doctor (Fuji TV) (1998–1999) Yoiko (TBS) (1998–1999) Cybernetic Electric (1998–2000) Shogun Recuts (1998–2000, co-production by Xebec) Chiisana Kyojin Microman (Microman: The Small Giant) (TV Tokyo) (Jan. 1999–Dec. 1999) Corrector Yui (NHK) (Apr. 1999-Oct. 2000, co-production by Nippon Animation) Power Stone (anime) (TBS) (Apr. 1999–Sept. 1999) I'm Gonna Be An Angel! (Tenshi ni Narumon!) (TV Tokyo) (Apr. 1999–Sept. 1999) Great Teacher Onizuka (Fuji TV) (1999–2000) Breaker 2000 (1999–2000) Rerere no Tensai Bakabon (Fuji TV) (1999–2000)

2000

OH! Super Milk-chan (WOWOW) (Jan.2000–Apr.2000) Gensomaden Saiyuki (TV Tokyo) (2000–2001) Ayashi no Ceres (WOWOW) (Apr. 2000–Sept. 2000) Gakko no Kaidan (Fuji TV) (2000–2001) Super GALS! Kotobuki Ran (TV Tokyo) (2001–2002) Kaze no Yojimbo (NTV) (2001–2002) Hikaru no Go (TV Tokyo) (2001–2003) Kogepan (Nov. 2001 [all episodes]) Tokyo Mew Mew (TV Aichi) (2002–2003) The Twelve Kingdoms (NHK) (2002–2003

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