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The anime was later dubbed and aired in several Europe countries and found popularly in Germany and Spain.<ref>[https://www.reddit.com/r/nostalgia/comments/3h1bcj/bannertail_the_story_of_a_gray_squirrel_this_show/ "Bannertail The Story Of A Gray Squirrel", this show was popular in Germany and Spain during the 70's and 80's.] Retrieved 6 May '18.</ref> It also aired in the Arab world. A English dub exists, according to actor Robert Axelrod, who makes his voice acting debut as Banner for an English dub of that series.
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The anime was later dubbed and aired in several Europe countries and found popularity in Germany and Spain.<ref>[https://www.reddit.com/r/nostalgia/comments/3h1bcj/bannertail_the_story_of_a_gray_squirrel_this_show/ "Bannertail The Story Of A Gray Squirrel", this show was popular in Germany and Spain during the 70's and 80's.] Retrieved 6 May '18.</ref> It also aired in the Arab world. A English dub exists, according to actor Robert Axelrod, who makes his voice acting debut as Banner for an English dub of that series.
  
Its existence is only evidenced by Robert Axelrod's portfolio. It is unknown if this was ever aired.<ref>[http://robertaxelrod.wixsite.com/robertaxelrod Robert Axelrod - Voice Actor, Los Angeles CA] Retrieved 6 May '18.</ref>
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Its existence is only evidenced by Robert Axelrod's portfolio. It is unknown if this dub was ever aired.<ref>[http://robertaxelrod.wixsite.com/robertaxelrod Robert Axelrod - Voice Actor, Los Angeles CA] Retrieved 6 May '18.</ref>
  
 
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Revision as of 01:00, 7 May 2018

Bannertail - The Story of Gray Squirrel press sheet cover.jpeg

Press sheet cover of Bannertail: The Story of Gray Squirrel.

Status: Lost

Bannertail: The Story of Gray Squirrel (シートン動物記 りすのバナー Shīton Dōbutsuki Risu no Banā) is a Japanese anime series based on the 1922 American children's book by Ernest Thompson Seton. The anime was produced by Nippon Animation and aired on TV Asahi from April 7, 1979 to September 29, 1979.

Plot[edit | edit source]

The plot is about a young orphaned squirrel named Banner who is been raised by a kindly mother cat. When the farm caught fire and Banner gets separated by his adopted mother cat, he was forced to go forest where he befriends the wild squirrels and learns to survive.

Status[edit | edit source]

The anime was later dubbed and aired in several Europe countries and found popularity in Germany and Spain.[1] It also aired in the Arab world. A English dub exists, according to actor Robert Axelrod, who makes his voice acting debut as Banner for an English dub of that series.

Its existence is only evidenced by Robert Axelrod's portfolio. It is unknown if this dub was ever aired.[2]

References[edit | edit source]