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There was also an anime series that was produced in 1982 and was scheduled to feature 26 episodes. Unfortunately, when the company that was sponsoring the anime went bankrupt, the studio was only able to finish 8 episodes. Due to a dispute with producing TV station Creator/TVTokyo, only four of these were aired. (Screenplays had been completed up to episode 21 at the time the series was cancelled.) For unknown reasons, the missing episodes were broadcast in other countries, but remained unavailable in their home land until they were released on DVD.

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There was also an anime series that was produced in 1982 and was scheduled to feature 26 episodes. Unfortunately, when the company that was sponsoring the anime went bankrupt, the studio was only able to finish 8 episodes. Due to a dispute with producing TV station Creator/TVTokyo, only four of these were aired. (Screenplays had been completed up to episode 21 at the time the series was cancelled.) For unknown reasons, the missing episodes were broadcast in other countries, but remained unavailable in their home land homeland until they were released on DVD.


* FriendlyNeighborhoodVampire: Slightly inverted. Dracula and Chocola do pursue humans for blood, but they aren't really malicious vampires and do that more for instinct. This is especically played with Chocola, who is friendlier than her father.

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* FriendlyNeighborhoodVampire: Slightly inverted.Downplayed. Dracula and Chocola do pursue humans for blood, but they aren't really malicious vampires and do that more for instinct. This is especically played up with Chocola, who is friendlier than her father.


There was also an anime series that was produced in 1982 and was scheduled to feature 26 episodes. Unfortunately, when the company that was sponsoring the anime went bankrupt, the studio was only able to finish 8 episodes. Due to a dispute with producing TV station Creator/TVTokyo, only four of these were aired. (Screenplays had been completed up to episode 21 at the time the series was cancelled.) The missing episodes were broadcasted in other countries for unknown reasons, and remained unavailable in their home land until they were released on DVD.

Despite the original series' extremely short run and the anime's TroubledProduction, Dracula and Chocola remain among Tezuka's most popular characters, and can be seen in his other works, such as ''Anime/MarineExpress'' and ''Manga/BlackJack''. Dracula and Chocola even made an appearance in the UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance game ''VideoGame/AstroBoyOmegaFactor''.

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There was also an anime series that was produced in 1982 and was scheduled to feature 26 episodes. Unfortunately, when the company that was sponsoring the anime went bankrupt, the studio was only able to finish 8 episodes. Due to a dispute with producing TV station Creator/TVTokyo, only four of these were aired. (Screenplays had been completed up to episode 21 at the time the series was cancelled.) The For unknown reasons, the missing episodes were broadcasted broadcast in other countries for unknown reasons, and countries, but remained unavailable in their home land until they were released on DVD.

Despite the original series' extremely short run and the anime's TroubledProduction, Dracula and Chocola remain among Tezuka's most popular characters, and can be seen in many of his other works, such as ''Anime/MarineExpress'' and ''Manga/BlackJack''. Dracula and Chocola even made an appearance in the UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance game ''VideoGame/AstroBoyOmegaFactor''.


There was also an anime series that was produced in 1982 and was scheduled to feature 26 episodes, but sadly due to the bankruptcy of the company that was sponsoring the anime, the studio was only able to finish 8 episodes. Due to a dispute with producing TV station Creator/TVTokyo, only four of these were aired. (Screenplays had been completed up to episode 21 at the time the series was cancelled.) The missing episodes were broadcasted in other countries for unknown reasons, and remained unavailable in their home land until they were released on DVD.

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There was also an anime series that was produced in 1982 and was scheduled to feature 26 episodes, but sadly due to the bankruptcy of episodes. Unfortunately, when the company that was sponsoring the anime, anime went bankrupt, the studio was only able to finish 8 episodes. Due to a dispute with producing TV station Creator/TVTokyo, only four of these were aired. (Screenplays had been completed up to episode 21 at the time the series was cancelled.) The missing episodes were broadcasted in other countries for unknown reasons, and remained unavailable in their home land until they were released on DVD.


''Don Dracula'' is a comedy horror manga by Creator/OsamuTezuka that began and ended its run in 1979. The series depicts the constant misadventures of Count Dracula, who moves to Tokyo along with his daughter Chocola and his faithful servant Igor. Every night Dracula goes after beautiful young women to suck their blood, but his plans are always undermined by one reason or other. To make things even worse, Dracula has to deal with two undesired stalkers: Professor Helsing, his long-time nemesis who follows Dracula in Japan and tries to kill him and Chocola whenever he can, and Blonda, an overweight and ugly woman who got obsessed with Dracula as she was the first woman that he bit after his arrival in Japan.

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''Don Dracula'' is a comedy horror manga by Creator/OsamuTezuka that began and ended its run in 1979. The series depicts the constant misadventures of Count Dracula, who moves to Tokyo along with his daughter Chocola and his faithful servant Igor. Every night Dracula goes after beautiful young women to suck their blood, but his plans are always undermined by for one reason or other. To make things even worse, Dracula has to deal with two undesired stalkers: Professor Helsing, his long-time nemesis nemesis, who follows Dracula in Japan and tries to kill him and Chocola whenever he can, can; and Blonda, an overweight and ugly woman who got became obsessed with Dracula as she was the first woman that he bit after his arrival in Japan.


Despite the original series' extremely short run and the sad incident with the anime, Dracula and Chocola remain among Tezuka's most popular characters, and can be seen in his other works, such as ''Anime/MarineExpress'' and ''Manga/BlackJack''. Dracula and Chocola even made an appearance in the UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance game ''VideoGame/AstroBoyOmegaFactor''.

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Despite the original series' extremely short run and the sad incident with the anime, anime's TroubledProduction, Dracula and Chocola remain among Tezuka's most popular characters, and can be seen in his other works, such as ''Anime/MarineExpress'' and ''Manga/BlackJack''. Dracula and Chocola even made an appearance in the UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance game ''VideoGame/AstroBoyOmegaFactor''.


There was also an anime series that was produced in 1982 and was scheduled to feature 26 episodes, but sadly due to the bankruptcy of the company that was sponsoring the anime, the studio was only able to finish 8 episodes. Due to a dispute with producing TV station Creator/TVTokyo, only four of these were aired. (Screenplays had been completed up to episode 21 at the time the series was cancelled.) The missing episodes were broadcasted in other countries for unknown reasons, and remained unavailable in their home land until the release of the complete series in DVD.

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There was also an anime series that was produced in 1982 and was scheduled to feature 26 episodes, but sadly due to the bankruptcy of the company that was sponsoring the anime, the studio was only able to finish 8 episodes. Due to a dispute with producing TV station Creator/TVTokyo, only four of these were aired. (Screenplays had been completed up to episode 21 at the time the series was cancelled.) The missing episodes were broadcasted in other countries for unknown reasons, and remained unavailable in their home land until the release of the complete series in they were released on DVD.


There was also an anime series that was produced in 1982 and was scheduled to feature 26 episodes, but sadly due of the bankruptcy of the company that was sponsoring the anime, the studio was only able to finish 8 episodes. Due to a dispute with producing TV station Creator/TVTokyo, only four of these were aired. (Screenplays had been completed up to episode 21 at the time the series was cancelled.) The missing episodes were broadcasted in other countries for unknown reasons, and remained unavailable in their home land until the release of the complete series in DVD.

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There was also an anime series that was produced in 1982 and was scheduled to feature 26 episodes, but sadly due of to the bankruptcy of the company that was sponsoring the anime, the studio was only able to finish 8 episodes. Due to a dispute with producing TV station Creator/TVTokyo, only four of these were aired. (Screenplays had been completed up to episode 21 at the time the series was cancelled.) The missing episodes were broadcasted in other countries for unknown reasons, and remained unavailable in their home land until the release of the complete series in DVD.


There was also an anime series that was produced in 1982 and was scheduled to feature 26 episodes, but sadly due of the bankruptcy of the company that was sponsoring the anime, the studio was only able to finish 8 episodes, with only four being aired in Japan. The missing episodes were broadcasted in other countries for unknown reasons, and remained unavaliable in their home land until the release of the complete series in DVD.

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There was also an anime series that was produced in 1982 and was scheduled to feature 26 episodes, but sadly due of the bankruptcy of the company that was sponsoring the anime, the studio was only able to finish 8 episodes, episodes. Due to a dispute with producing TV station Creator/TVTokyo, only four being aired in Japan. of these were aired. (Screenplays had been completed up to episode 21 at the time the series was cancelled.) The missing episodes were broadcasted in other countries for unknown reasons, and remained unavaliable unavailable in their home land until the release of the complete series in DVD.


Despite the original series' extremely short run and the sad incident with the anime, Dracula and Chocola remain among Tezuka's most popular characters, and can be seen in his other works, such as ''Anime/MarineExpress'' and ''Manga/BlackJack''. Dracula and Chocola even made an appearance in the GameBoyAdvance game ''VideoGame/AstroBoyOmegaFactor''.

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Despite the original series' extremely short run and the sad incident with the anime, Dracula and Chocola remain among Tezuka's most popular characters, and can be seen in his other works, such as ''Anime/MarineExpress'' and ''Manga/BlackJack''. Dracula and Chocola even made an appearance in the GameBoyAdvance UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance game ''VideoGame/AstroBoyOmegaFactor''.

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''Don Dracula'' is a comedy horror manga by OsamuTezuka that began and ended its run in 1979. The series depicts the constant misadventures of Count Dracula, who moves to Tokyo along with his daughter Chocola and his faithful servant Igor. Every night Dracula goes after beautiful young women to suck their blood, but his plans are always undermined by one reason or other. To make things even worse, Dracula has to deal with two undesired stalkers: Professor Helsing, his long-time nemesis who follows Dracula in Japan and tries to kill him and Chocola whenever he can, and Blonda, an overweight and ugly woman who got obsessed with Dracula as she was the first woman that he bit after his arrival in Japan.

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''Don Dracula'' is a comedy horror manga by OsamuTezuka Creator/OsamuTezuka that began and ended its run in 1979. The series depicts the constant misadventures of Count Dracula, who moves to Tokyo along with his daughter Chocola and his faithful servant Igor. Every night Dracula goes after beautiful young women to suck their blood, but his plans are always undermined by one reason or other. To make things even worse, Dracula has to deal with two undesired stalkers: Professor Helsing, his long-time nemesis who follows Dracula in Japan and tries to kill him and Chocola whenever he can, and Blonda, an overweight and ugly woman who got obsessed with Dracula as she was the first woman that he bit after his arrival in Japan.

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* EvenEvilHasStandards: The one reason why Dracula divorced his werewolf wife and Chocola's mother Camilla is because she wanted to raise Chocola as a human killer and Dracula believes that killing humans outright is not acceptable. see FriendlyNeighborhoodVampire for details.

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* AllJustADream: One episode starts with Professor Helsing cornering Dracula and telling the vampire he no longer has hemorrhoids. Then, to his relief, Dracula wakes up.


* KenjiUtsumi: Dracula's seiyuu in the anime.

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