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Jing Ju Cats

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京剧猫
File:Beijing Opera Cats.jpeg
GenreAnimation, Fantasy, Comedy
Written by唐方圆
谢筱禹
陈曦
左晓慧
许刚
王海燕
王子悦
张楚
蒋利楠
傅博
Directed by彭擎政
Voices ofLily Troncale (Lil' Pai)

Michael C. Pizzuto (Zad) Kate Hawkins (Jean)

Jai Day (Wu)
Country of originTemplate:Country data Mainland China
Original language(s)Chinese
Production
Production location(s)Template:Country data Mainland China
Running time10-12 minutes
Production company(s)Dazzling Star Animation
Release
Original network北京电视台卡酷少儿频道
炫动卡通
Picture format动画片
External links
[{{#property:P856}} Website]

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Jing-Ju Cats (also: Beijing Opera Cats) (Chinese: 京剧猫) (pinyin: Jīngjù māo) is a traditional Chinese cultural cartoon for Chinese children adapted by Beijing Dazzling Star Animation Studio Co., Ltd. in mainland China based on the picture book "Jingju Mao Changban Po" . The characters in the cartoon are mainly cats, and the plot is based on the quintessence of China, Peking Opera. It tells the story of Troupe Hope and the twelve clans working together to dispel chaos and save Purpetua.

The first part of the first season was broadcast on December 28, 2015, and the second part of the first season was broadcast on September 26, 2016. The second season aired on July 10, 2017. The third season aired on July 9, 2018, and the fourth season aired on March 24, 2020, with a movie in production.[1]

Plot[edit]

The story mainly tells the story of a descendant of a cat in Peking Opera, a Troupe Hope who lives in Clangour Town and has an adventure in Purpetua, saves the cat people, purifies the chaos, and wants to defeat the villain of the Purpetua: An. On the way of adventure, not only some shocking things happened to them, but also tear-jerking scenes appeared, and they constantly honed their will and continued to grow.[2]

References[edit]

  1. "京剧猫". 京剧猫官方网站. Archived from the original on 2016-10-18. Retrieved 2016-10-21.
  2. "《京剧猫》背景故事" (in 中文). 微信. 2018-03-15.

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