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* NoExportForYou: Hasn't aired in many countries. While [=MainStreet=] Entertainment distributed the English dub in the United States, it was reportedly only available via Charter on Demand over there.

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* NoExportForYou: Hasn't aired in many countries. While [=MainStreet=] Entertainment distributed the English dub in the United States, it was reportedly only available via an in-house children's cable on-demand service from Charter on Demand Communications over there.


* NoExportForYou: Hasn't aired in many countries. While [=MainStreet=] Entertainment distributed the English dub in the U.S., it was reportedly only available via Charter on Demand in the United States.

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* NoExportForYou: Hasn't aired in many countries. While [=MainStreet=] Entertainment distributed the English dub in the U.S., United States, it was reportedly only available via Charter on Demand in the United States.over there.


* NoExportForYou: Hasn't aired in many countries. While [=MainStreet=] Entertainment distributed the English dub in the U.S., it's not known to have been aired on television there.

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* NoExportForYou: Hasn't aired in many countries. While [=MainStreet=] Entertainment distributed the English dub in the U.S., it's not known to have been aired it was reportedly only available via Charter on television there.Demand in the United States.


* InconsistentDub: In the original German dub, Yoyo says that he is a hero of thousands adventures, always have. Doc Croc is described as scientist and private learner.

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* InconsistentDub: In the original German dub, Yoyo says that he is a hero of thousands adventures, always have. Doc Croc is described as scientist scientist, nature reseacher and private learner.

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* InconsistentDub: In the original German dub, Yoyo says that he is a hero of thousands adventures, always have. Doc Croc is described as scientist and private learner.


** Despite that the first two seasons aired in Finland, third season never did. Then again there was a ten years gap between in second and the third season.

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** Despite that the first two seasons aired in Finland, third season never did. Then again there was a ten years year gap between in second and the third season.


* NoExportForYou: Hasn't aired in many countries. While [=MainStreet=] Entertainment distributed the English dub in the U.S., it's not known to have been aired on television there.

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* NoExportForYou: Hasn't aired in many countries. While [=MainStreet=] Entertainment distributed the English dub in the U.S., it's not known to have been aired on television there.there.
** Despite that the first two seasons aired in Finland, third season never did. Then again there was a ten years gap between in second and the third season.


* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: In several countries, the show didn't get a DVD release. There's [=GT=] Media's 2007 13-disc ''The Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm'' boxset of the episodes, but that's kinda it for a full series release in the States.
* NoExportForYou: Despite the series being dubbed to English, the series has never been officially released outside of Europe.

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: In several countries, the show didn't get a full DVD release. There's [=GT=] Media's 2007 13-disc ''The Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm'' boxset of the episodes, but that's kinda it for a full series release in the States.
* NoExportForYou: Despite Hasn't aired in many countries. While [=MainStreet=] Entertainment distributed the series being dubbed to English, English dub in the series has never U.S., it's not known to have been officially released outside of Europe.aired on television there.


* NoExportForYou: The third season was a French co-production, and so it was never translated into English.
** Averted. Apparently, some episodes of season 3 were translated to English.

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* NoExportForYou: The third season was a French co-production, and so it was Despite the series being dubbed to English, the series has never translated into English.
** Averted. Apparently, some episodes
been officially released outside of season 3 were translated to English.Europe.


* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: In several countries, the show didn't get a DVD release. There's [=GT=] Media's 2007 13-disc ''The Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm'' boxset of the episodes, but that's kinda it for a full series release in the States.



** Averted. Apparently, some episodes of season 3 were translated to English.

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** Averted. Apparently, some episodes of season 3 were translated to English.

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* NoExportForYou: The third season was a French co-production, and so it was never translated into English.
** Averted. Apparently, some episodes of season 3 were translated to English.

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