Creator / Nakamura Productions

Nakamura Productions (中村プロダクション; often shortened to simply Nakamura Pro), established in 1974 by Mushi Productions animator Kazuo Nakamura (now Takigawa) and his brother Akira, is a animation support studio and a frequent collaborator for both TMS Entertainment and Sunrise (and shortly after establishment, Toei Animation). For a list of their Anime work, see the Anime News Network.

See also Wang Film Productions, another Asian studio with a similarly long list of animated projects (albeit mostly American, rather than Japanese).

Among Nakamura Pro's credits:

    Western Animation 
Walt Disney Animation Japan

Other (TMS or otherwise)
  • Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog (Animation Cooperation for TMS, uncredited)List 
  • Animaniacs (Animation Cooperation for TMS, uncredited)List 
  • The Animatrix (In-Between Animation for Studio 4°C's "The Second Renaissance", "Kid's Story" and "Beyond")
  • Batman: The Animated Series (Key, Assistant and In-Between Animation, the later by Nao Tajima, uncreditednote )
  • Dante's Inferno: An Animated Epic (In-Between Animation, "Limbo" & "Lust" segments)
  • DuckTales (for TMS, uncredited)list 
  • Halo Legends (In-Between Animation, "Origins" and "The Babysitter")
  • Inspector Gadget (2nd season)
  • Lupin III The Italian Adventure (In-Between Animation; uncredited Key Animation for episode 6)
  • Mon Suno (Key & In-Between Animation)
  • Ōban Star-Racers (In-Between Animation)
  • Tiny Toon Adventures (In-Between Animation by Nao Tajima; Animation Cooperation for TMS, uncredited)List 
  • ThunderCats (2011) (Key Animation for episode 11 through Tatsuya Mizuno and episode 20 through Yumie Wada and Mitsuru Nakata)
  • The Transformers (uncredited)note 
  • Ulysses 31 (In-Between Animation through Hiroyuki Kitakubo, uncredited)

    Anime/video games 
  • Banner of the Stars (With Sunrise; also provided Key & In-Between Animation and Animation Direction)
  • Dragon Slayer: The Legend of Heroes (with Anime R and Studio Curtain)
  • Hell Target (with Studio Nue)
  • Karasu Tengu Kabuto: Ogon no Me no Kemono (Replacing Terasawa Production, who did the TV series)
  • Patlabor: The Movie (With Production I.G and others. Also provided In-Between Animation for the TV series and The New Files)

Support; movies

Support; shows/OVAs

Support; games

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