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* ''Anime/FushigiNoKuniNoAlice'' (co-produced with Apollo Films)

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* ''Anime/FushigiNoKuniNoAlice'' ''Anime/AliceInWonderlandJP'' (co-produced with Apollo Films)


* ''Blocker Corps'' (with [[Creator/ProductionReed Ashi Productions]])

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* ''Blocker Corps'' (with [[Creator/ProductionReed Ashi Productions]])(Animation, series with Creator/AshiProductions)


[[http://www.nipponanimation.com/ Nippon Animation]], founded in 1975, is an established Japanese studio. President Koichi Motohashi organized Nippon Animation from what had been the animation studio of Zuiyô Enterprise, which had produced ''[[Literature/BurgessBedtimeStories Fables of the Green Forest]]'' and ''Anime/HeidiGirlOfTheAlps''; existing Zuiyô productions ''Literature/VickyTheViking'', ''Literature/ADogOfFlanders'', and ''Anime/MayaTheBee'' transitioned to being Nippon Animation productions in mid-airing. Nippon Animation inherited the ''Anime/WorldMasterpieceTheatre'' mantle from Zuiyô as well as the tradition of producing anime adaptations of Western literature. Creator/HayaoMiyazaki and Creator/IsaoTakahata frequently worked with the studio during the 1970s, as have other big names such as Creator/YoshiyukiTomino, Yoshifumi Kondo, Noboru Ishiguro, and future Franchise/SuperMarioBros character designer Yoichi Kotabe.

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[[http://www.nipponanimation.com/ Nippon Animation]], founded in 1975, is an established Japanese studio. President Koichi Motohashi organized Nippon Animation from what had been the animation studio of Zuiyô Enterprise, which had produced ''[[Literature/BurgessBedtimeStories Fables of the Green Forest]]'' and ''Anime/HeidiGirlOfTheAlps''; existing Zuiyô productions ''Literature/VickyTheViking'', ''Literature/ADogOfFlanders'', and ''Anime/MayaTheBee'' transitioned to being Nippon Animation productions in mid-airing. Nippon Animation inherited the ''Anime/WorldMasterpieceTheatre'' ''Anime/WorldMasterpieceTheater'' mantle from Zuiyô as well as the tradition of producing anime adaptations of Western literature. Creator/HayaoMiyazaki and Creator/IsaoTakahata frequently worked with the studio during the 1970s, as have other big names such as Creator/YoshiyukiTomino, Yoshifumi Kondo, Noboru Ishiguro, and future Franchise/SuperMarioBros character designer Yoichi Kotabe.


[[http://www.nipponanimation.com/ Nippon Animation]], founded in 1975, is an established Japanese studio. Before 1975 Nippon was, for a brief period, known as Zuiyô Enterprise. Doing ''Literature/VickyTheViking'' (replacing Creator/MushiProductions after episode 6) and two entries of ''Anime/WorldMasterpieceTheater'' under that name -- ''Anime/HeidiGirlOfTheAlps'' and ''Literature/ADogOfFlanders''. The latter being when Zuiyô became Nippon. Creator/HayaoMiyazaki and Creator/IsaoTakahata frequently worked with the studio during the 1970s, as have other big names such as Creator/YoshiyukiTomino, Yoshifumi Kondo, Noboru Ishiguro, and future Franchise/SuperMarioBros character designer Yoichi Kotabe.

The studio is internationally renowned for its ''World Masterpiece Theater'' and other anime adaptations of Western literature, but its greatest success in ratings has come with a work of entirely Japanese origin, ''Manga/ChibiMarukoChan'', one of the highest-rated programs in the history of Japanese TV with ratings reaching as high as nearly 40% at its peak.

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[[http://www.nipponanimation.com/ Nippon Animation]], founded in 1975, is an established Japanese studio. Before 1975 President Koichi Motohashi organized Nippon was, for a brief period, known as Animation from what had been the animation studio of Zuiyô Enterprise. Doing ''Literature/VickyTheViking'' (replacing Creator/MushiProductions after episode 6) Enterprise, which had produced ''[[Literature/BurgessBedtimeStories Fables of the Green Forest]]'' and two entries of ''Anime/WorldMasterpieceTheater'' under that name -- ''Anime/HeidiGirlOfTheAlps'' and ''Literature/ADogOfFlanders''. The latter being when ''Anime/HeidiGirlOfTheAlps''; existing Zuiyô became Nippon.productions ''Literature/VickyTheViking'', ''Literature/ADogOfFlanders'', and ''Anime/MayaTheBee'' transitioned to being Nippon Animation productions in mid-airing. Nippon Animation inherited the ''Anime/WorldMasterpieceTheatre'' mantle from Zuiyô as well as the tradition of producing anime adaptations of Western literature. Creator/HayaoMiyazaki and Creator/IsaoTakahata frequently worked with the studio during the 1970s, as have other big names such as Creator/YoshiyukiTomino, Yoshifumi Kondo, Noboru Ishiguro, and future Franchise/SuperMarioBros character designer Yoichi Kotabe.

The studio is internationally renowned for its ''World Masterpiece Theater'' literary anime, but has also produced many works based on existing manga and other anime adaptations of Western literature, but its original ideas. The studio's greatest success in ratings has come with a work of entirely Japanese origin, ''Manga/ChibiMarukoChan'', one of the highest-rated anime programs in the history of Japanese TV with ratings reaching as high as nearly 40% at its peak.


[[http://www.nipponanimation.com/ Nippon Animation]], founded in 1975, is an established Japanese studio. Before 1975 Nippon was, for a brief period, known as Zuiyô Enterprise. Doing ''LiteratureVickyTheViking'' (replacing Creator/MushiProductions after episode 6) and two entries of ''Anime/WorldMasterpieceTheater'' under that name -- ''Anime/HeidiGirlOfTheAlps'' and ''Literature/ADogOfFlanders''. The latter being when Zuiyô became Nippon. Creator/HayaoMiyazaki and Creator/IsaoTakahata frequently worked with the studio during the 1970s, as have other big names such as Creator/YoshiyukiTomino, Yoshifumi Kondo, Noboru Ishiguro, and future Franchise/SuperMarioBros character designer Yoichi Kotabe.

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[[http://www.nipponanimation.com/ Nippon Animation]], founded in 1975, is an established Japanese studio. Before 1975 Nippon was, for a brief period, known as Zuiyô Enterprise. Doing ''LiteratureVickyTheViking'' ''Literature/VickyTheViking'' (replacing Creator/MushiProductions after episode 6) and two entries of ''Anime/WorldMasterpieceTheater'' under that name -- ''Anime/HeidiGirlOfTheAlps'' and ''Literature/ADogOfFlanders''. The latter being when Zuiyô became Nippon. Creator/HayaoMiyazaki and Creator/IsaoTakahata frequently worked with the studio during the 1970s, as have other big names such as Creator/YoshiyukiTomino, Yoshifumi Kondo, Noboru Ishiguro, and future Franchise/SuperMarioBros character designer Yoichi Kotabe.


[[http://www.nipponanimation.com/ Nippon Animation]], founded in 1975, is an established Japanese studio. Before 1975 Nippon was, for a brief period, known as Zuiyô Enterprise. Doing ''VickyTheViking'' (replacing Creator/MushiProductions after episode 6) and two entries of ''Anime/WorldMasterpieceTheater'' under that name -- ''Anime/HeidiGirlOfTheAlps'' and ''Literature/ADogOfFlanders''. The latter being when Zuiyô became Nippon. Creator/HayaoMiyazaki and Creator/IsaoTakahata frequently worked with the studio during the 1970s, as have other big names such as Creator/YoshiyukiTomino, Yoshifumi Kondo, Noboru Ishiguro, and future Franchise/SuperMarioBros character designer Yoichi Kotabe.

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[[http://www.nipponanimation.com/ Nippon Animation]], founded in 1975, is an established Japanese studio. Before 1975 Nippon was, for a brief period, known as Zuiyô Enterprise. Doing ''VickyTheViking'' ''LiteratureVickyTheViking'' (replacing Creator/MushiProductions after episode 6) and two entries of ''Anime/WorldMasterpieceTheater'' under that name -- ''Anime/HeidiGirlOfTheAlps'' and ''Literature/ADogOfFlanders''. The latter being when Zuiyô became Nippon. Creator/HayaoMiyazaki and Creator/IsaoTakahata frequently worked with the studio during the 1970s, as have other big names such as Creator/YoshiyukiTomino, Yoshifumi Kondo, Noboru Ishiguro, and future Franchise/SuperMarioBros character designer Yoichi Kotabe.





* ''Anime/LibraryWar'' (Key Animation)

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* ''Anime/LibraryWar'' ''LightNovel/LibraryWar'' (Key Animation)


[[http://www.nipponanimation.com/ Nippon Animation]], founded in 1975, is an established Japanese studio. Before 1975 Nippon was, for a brief period, known as Zuiyô Enterprise. Doing ''VickyTheViking'' (replacing Creator/MushiProductions after episode 6) and two entries of ''Anime/WorldMasterpieceTheater'' under that name -- ''Anime/HeidiGirlOfTheAlps'' and ''Literature/ADogOfFlanders''. The latter being when Zuiyô became Nippon. Creator/HayaoMiyazaki and Creator/IsaoTakahata frequently worked with the studio during the 1970s, as have other big names such as Creator/YoshiyukiTomino, Noboru Ishiguro, and future Franchise/SuperMarioBros character designer Yoichi Kotabe.

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[[http://www.nipponanimation.com/ Nippon Animation]], founded in 1975, is an established Japanese studio. Before 1975 Nippon was, for a brief period, known as Zuiyô Enterprise. Doing ''VickyTheViking'' (replacing Creator/MushiProductions after episode 6) and two entries of ''Anime/WorldMasterpieceTheater'' under that name -- ''Anime/HeidiGirlOfTheAlps'' and ''Literature/ADogOfFlanders''. The latter being when Zuiyô became Nippon. Creator/HayaoMiyazaki and Creator/IsaoTakahata frequently worked with the studio during the 1970s, as have other big names such as Creator/YoshiyukiTomino, Yoshifumi Kondo, Noboru Ishiguro, and future Franchise/SuperMarioBros character designer Yoichi Kotabe.


[[http://www.nipponanimation.com/ Nippon Animation]], founded in 1975, is an established Japanese studio. Before 1975 Nippon was, for a brief period, known as Zuiyô Enterprise. Doing ''VickyTheViking'' (replacing Creator/MushiProductions after episode 6) and two entries of ''Anime/WorldMasterpieceTheater'' under that name -- ''Anime/HeidiGirlOfTheAlps'' and ''Literature/ADogOfFlanders''. The latter being when Zuiyô became Nippon.

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[[http://www.nipponanimation.com/ Nippon Animation]], founded in 1975, is an established Japanese studio. Before 1975 Nippon was, for a brief period, known as Zuiyô Enterprise. Doing ''VickyTheViking'' (replacing Creator/MushiProductions after episode 6) and two entries of ''Anime/WorldMasterpieceTheater'' under that name -- ''Anime/HeidiGirlOfTheAlps'' and ''Literature/ADogOfFlanders''. The latter being when Zuiyô became Nippon.
Nippon. Creator/HayaoMiyazaki and Creator/IsaoTakahata frequently worked with the studio during the 1970s, as have other big names such as Creator/YoshiyukiTomino, Noboru Ishiguro, and future Franchise/SuperMarioBros character designer Yoichi Kotabe.

The studio is internationally renowned for its ''World Masterpiece Theater'' and other anime adaptations of Western literature, but its greatest success in ratings has come with a work of entirely Japanese origin, ''Manga/ChibiMarukoChan'', one of the highest-rated programs in the history of Japanese TV with ratings reaching as high as nearly 40% at its peak.


* ''Manga/HaikaraSanGaTooru''



* ''Smart-san''


* ''Anime/ArmoredTrooperVotoms'' (with Creator/{{Sunrise}})

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* ''Anime/GrimmsFairyTaleClassics''

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** ''Anime/KatriGirlOfTheMeadows''


* ''Anime/ArmoredTrooperVotoms'' (with {{Sunrise}})

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* ''Anime/ArmoredTrooperVotoms'' (with {{Sunrise}})Creator/{{Sunrise}})

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** ''Anime/LittlePrinceCedie''
** ''[[Anime/AiNoWakakusaMonogatari Little Women (1987 version)]]''


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** ''Anime/TheStoryOfPollyannaGirlOfLove''
** ''Anime/TheSwissFamilyRobinsonFloneOfTheMysteriousIsland''

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