Black Cat Detective
Black Cat Detective (traditional Chinese: 黑貓警長; simplified Chinese: 黑猫警长; pinyin: Hēimāo Jǐngzhǎng) is a Chinese animation television series produced by the Shanghai Animation Film Studio. It is sometimes known as Mr. Black. The main character, Black Cat Detective, was created by Zhu Zhixiang (诸志祥).
|Black Cat Detective|
|Country of origin||China|
|Original release||1984 –|
The series was originally aired from 1984 to 1987. In June 2006, a rebroadcasting of the original series was announced. Critics bemoan the series' violence, and lack of suitability for children's education. Proponents of the show claim that it is merely for entertainment. The show's violence far outweighs that of Tom and Jerry, in that there is frequent use of guns, and blood and gore.
An animated movie based on the series, Mr. Black: Green Star, was released for Chinese theaters in 2015.
The story takes place in a forest, where the Black Cat Detective wanders around on his motorcycle stopping villains. Cases range from clashing with mice and other characters.
The first version of Black Cat Detective was created in 1984 produced by the Shanghai Animation Film Studio. It was directed by Dai Tielang, who also created the designs for the main character, Black Cat Detective. The series consists of five episodes, each of which are 20 minutes in length.
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