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, formerly known as   ( , a subsidiary of Sega Sammy since 2005), is a Japanesemarker animation studio, founded on October 1946. One of the oldest and most prominent anime studios in Japan, it has also produced numerous animated series airing in other countries such as Francemarker, the United Statesmarker, and Italymarker. The company currently uses "TMS Entertainment, Ltd." as its corporate name, however the animation studio itself is referred to as  . The company also has a fully-owned subsidiary, Telecom Animation Film, which often co-animates shows with TMS. The company is most notable by American animation fans for its higher quality of work than competing overseas animation houses - often direct comparisons can be made between episodes of the same animated series - as in productions like Tiny Toon Adventures.


Productions

TV series

1960s



1970s

  • Chingō Muchabe (produced in 1967 but didn't air until Feb.-Mar. 1971)
  • Shin Obake no Q-Tarō (Sept.1st, 1971-Dec.1972)
  • Tensai Bakabon (original) (Sept.25th, 1971-June.1972)
  • Lupin III (original) (Oct.1971-Mar.1972)
  • Akadō Suzunosuke (Apr.1972-1973)
  • Dokonjō Gaeru (original) (Oct.1972-1974)
  • Jungle Kurobe (Mar.-Sept.1973)
  • Arano no Isamu (Apr.1973-Mar.27th, 1974)
  • Karate Baka Ichidai (Oct.3rd, 1973-Sept.25th, 1974)
  • Ace o Nerae! (original) (Oct.5th, 1973-March.29th, 1974)
  • Samurai Giants (Oct.7th, 1973-Sept.15th, 1974)
  • Judo Sanka (Apr.1974-Sept.30th 1974)
  • Hajime Ningen Gyatruz (Oct.1974-1976)
  • Ganba no Bōken (Apr.-Sept.1975)
  • Gensō Tensai Bakabon (Oct.1975-1977)
  • Hana no Kakarichō (1976-1977)
  • Shin Kyōjin no Hoshi (Oct.1st, 1977-Sept.1978)
  • Ie Naki Ko (based on the French book Sans Famille) (Oct.2nd, 1977-Oct.1978)
  • Shin Lupin III (Oct.3rd, 1977-1980)
  • Takarajimamarker (Treasure Island) (Oct.8th, 1978-Apr.1979)
  • Shin Ace o Nerae! (Oct.14th, 1978-Mar.1979)
  • Shin Kyōjin no Hoshi 2 (Mar.-Sept.1979)
  • Versailles no Bara (Oct.1979-1980)


1980s



1990s

  • Ochame na Futago: Clare Gakuin Monogatari (based on the St. Clare's series by Enid Blyton, (Jan.-Nov.1991)
  • Kinkyū Hashin Saber Kids (Created by Lupin III author Monkey Punch) (Feb. or Mar.1991-Feb.1992)
  • Ozanari Dungeon (Sep.-Dec. 1991)
  • Jarinko Chie: Chie-chan Funsenki (Oct.1991-Oct.1992)
  • Watashi to Watashi: Futari no Lottie (based on Das Doppelte Lottchen, or Lottie and Lisa, or The Parent Trap by Erich Kästner) (Nov.1991-Sept.1992)
  • Tetsujin 28 FX (Apr.1992-Mar.30th, 1993)
  • A Dog Of Flanders (Oct.1992-Mar.27th, 1993)
  • Red Baron (Apr.1994-Mar.1995)
  • Mahō Kishi Rayearth (2 series) (Oct.1994-Nov.1995)
  • Man of the Year (One-episode pilot of a cancelled series) (1996)
  • Virtua Fighter (TV anime) (Oct.9th, 1995-June.1996)
  • Kaitō Saint Tail (Oct.12th 1995-Sept.1996)
  • Detective Conan (Case Closed) (Jan.8th, 1996-present)
  • B't X (Apr.-Sept.1996)
  • Wankorobe (Oct.1996-1997)
  • Devilman Lady (1998-1999)
  • Monster Farm: Enban Ishi no Himitsu (Apr.1999-Mar.25th, 2000)
  • Shūkan Storyland (Oct.14, 1999-Sept.2001)
  • Gozonji! Gekko Kamen-kun (Oct.17, 1999-Mar.26, 2000)
  • Karakuri Zōshi Ayatsuri Sakon (Nov.1999-Apr.2000)


2000's



Theatrical films

  • Panda Ko-panda (1972)
  • Panda Ko-panda: Ame Furi Circus (1973)
  • Lupin III
  • Ace o Nerae! (Sept.1979)
  • Ganbare!! Tabuchi-kun (Nov.1979)
  • Ganbare!! Tabuchi-kun: Gekitō Pennant Race (May.1980)
  • Makoto-chan (Jul.1980)
  • Gabanbare!! Tabuchi-kun: Aa Tsuppari Jinsei (Dec.1980)
  • Jarinko Chie (Apr.1981)
  • Manzai Taikōki (Nov.1981)
  • Ohayo! Spank (Mar.1982)
  • Space Adventure Cobra (Jul.1982)
  • Rokushin Gattai God Mars (Dec.1982)
  • The Professional: Golgo 13 (1983)
  • Bug-tte Honey: Megaromu Shojo Mai 4622 (1987)
  • Akira (1988)
  • Robotan and Onegai! Samia Don (part of an Anpanman double bill) (Mar.1989)
  • Annual Anpanman movies (1989-present)
  • Little Nemo (Jul.1989; U.S. release in 1992)
  • Oji-san Kaizō Kōza (1990)
  • Ganba to Kawaun no Bōken (1991)
  • Kaiketsu Zorori: "Mahō Tsukai no Deshi" and "Dai Kaizoku no Takara Sagashi" (part of an Anpanman double bill) (1993)
  • Annual Detective Conan movies (1997-present)
  • Shin Kyūseishu Densetsu Hokuto no Ken (2006-2008)
    • Raō Den: Jun'ai no Shō (2006)
    • Yuria Den (2007) (OVA)
    • Raō Den: Gekitō no Shō (2007)
    • Toki Den (2008) (OVA)
    • Zero: Kenshirō Den (2008)


Television movies and specials

  • Bōchan (Jun.1980)
  • Nijū-yon (24) no Hitomi (Oct. 1980)
  • Sugata Sanshirō (1981)
  • Son Goku: Silk Road o Tobu!! (1982)
  • Annual Lupin III TV movies (1989-present)
  • Soreike! Anpanman
    • Minami no Umi o Sukae (1990)
    • Kieta Jam Oji-san (1993)
    • Keito no Shiro no Christmas (1995)
  • Rayearth: Zokan go (1995)


OVA

  • 2001 Nights (1987)
  • Ace o Nerae! 2: Stage 1-6 (Mar.1988)
  • Rokushin Gattai God Mars: Jū Nana (17) Sai no Densetsu (Jun.1988)
  • Lupin III
  • Ace o Nerae!: Final Stage (1989)
  • Tengai makyo: Jiraiya Oboro Hen (Jul.1990)
  • OL (Office Lady) Kaizō Kōza (Nov.1990)
  • Katsugeki Shōjo Tanteidan (Dec.1990)
  • Wizardry (Feb.1991)
  • Shizuka Narudon (Apr.1991)
  • Ozanari Dungeon (Sept.1991)
  • Soreike! Anpanman
    • Christmas Da! Minna Atsumare! (annual Christmas releases) (1992-present)
    • Otanjōbi Series (1995)
  • MAPS (1994)
  • Rayearth (Jul.1997)
  • B't X NEO (Aug.1997)
  • Glass no Kamen: Sen no Kamen o Motsu Shōjo (1998)
  • Aoyama Gōshō Tanhenshū (1999)
  • Karakuri no Kimi (2000)
  • Saint Seiya - The Lost Canvas (2009-)


Foreign productions

TMS has also worked on numerous animated series airing in foreign countries.



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