Re-Posting: 2 years ago Today! Kaze no Fujimaru The Art Of Departure From the Art Of Concealment Espionage Thunder Is Here!

The story deals with Fujimaru searching for the “Book of the Smoking Dragon”, a series of scrolls that gives instructions on how to do powerful Ninjitsu magic. Initially he was supposed to bring the first scroll back to master Tasuke, but having been disowned by him (called “stray dog orphan” and spat on) due to accidentally burning it when they were ambushed by the enemy (it was later revealed that he burned the fake, and kept the original), Fujimaru decides to embark on his own and find the remaining scrolls himself, while trying to evade the Fuma clan bent on destroying him.The show was produced by Toei Animation, their second television series. Produced in black and white, there were 65 episodes altogether, airing on NET network from June 7, 1964 to August 31, 1965. The story-arc described above ran for 28 episodes. It was based on a manga by Sanpei Shirato, called Kaze no Ishimaru (Ishimaru of the Wind) In anniversary of our early efforts from the original team Kingmenu and Shockwave

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STUDIO Toei Animation
NETWORK NET (now TV Asahi)
ORIGINAL RUN 7 June 196431 August 1965 This is from my archive I forgotten It was done like 6 months ago!vlcsnap-2014-08-12-16h32m12s146vlcsnap-2014-08-12-16h32m28s39vlcsnap-2014-08-12-16h32m42s165vlcsnap-2014-08-12-16h33m04s142vlcsnap-2014-08-12-16h33m20s52vlcsnap-2014-08-12-16h34m29s206vlcsnap-2014-08-12-16h34m59s6 vlcsnap-2014-08-12-16h36m00s65vlcsnap-2014-08-12-16h34m46s150

 

 

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