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Daily Demand (Last 7 days)
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Travelability

100%
Market Travelability
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Zatch Bell!’s
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Average Demand for Zatch Bell! is 0.0 times the demand for the average show in Worldwide in the Last 7 days.
Below Avg
24.5%
Average
64.1%
Good
8.6%
Outstanding
2.7%
Exceptional
0.2%
Peak Demand
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Zatch Bell! ranks at the 0.00th percentile in the genre. This means Zatch Bell! has higher demand than all other titles in Worldwide
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About this title

Storyline

Kiyo Takamine meets a momoto (demons from another world) boy zatch bell and set out to compete in the momoto games held every 1000 years to become their king.

Country: Japan

Type: Scripted

Language: Japanese

Release Date: April 6, 2003

Also Known As: Златовласый Гаш Белл, 金色のガッシュ!! |  See more »

Parents Guide: Brazil (Livre, 12), Canada (PG, G, C8) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

based on manga
anime
金童卡修

Company Credits

Production Co: Fuji Television Network, ShoPro Entertainment |  See more »

Cast

Jason Spisak
as Kiyo Takamine/Sheen, Gofure, Dr. Hakase
Steve Apostolina
as Uri
Houko Kuwashima
as Koruru
Brianne Brozey
as Kiddo
Satomi Kôrogi
as Umagon
Roger Rose
as Hige/Rembrant/Zoboron/Fein
Debi Mae West
as Baransha/Reycom
Michael Sorich
as Garza
Kazunari Kojima
as Brago
Joe Ochman
as Head Land Developer/Kiichiro
Jeff Nimoy
as Kanchome/Bug-Catching Student/Mr. Goldo
Konami Yoshida
as Gash Bell/Robunos
David Lodge
as Bamu
Joshua Seth
as Maruss
Takahiro Fujimoto
as Dogmos
Scott Menville
as Eshros
David Rasner
as Fredo/Steng
Crispin Freeman
as Kane/Additional Voices/Iwajima/Albert the Butler/Iwajime
Dave Mallow
as Cut 'n' Paste/Kikuropu/Yopopo
Wataru Takagi
as Takeshi Kaneyama/Tsuyoshi Kaneyama
Lara Jill Miller
as Koko/Mean Girl
Melissa Fahn
as Tia
Richard Steven Horvitz
as Kanchome
Susan Silo
as Zofis
Yuri Lowenthal
as Kory/Danny
Kenta Miyake
as Garza
Rie Kugimiya
as Tio
Ikue Ôtani
as Gash Bell
Philip Maurice Hayes
as Professor Takamine/Baltro/Hosokawa/Hige
Kazuyuki Ishikawa
as Borubora
Stephanie Sheh
as Shion/Penny
Julianne Buescher
as Alm/Zabas
Leslie Carrara-Rudolph
as Mrs. Takamine/Hana Takamine
Kazunari Tanaka
as Hiroshi Yamanaka
Fumiko Orikasa
as Sherry Belmond
Haruhi Nanao
as Wife
Brian Beacock
as Additional Voices/Byonko
Kokoro Kikuchi
as Babiru
Philece Sampler
as Lori
Ai Maeda
as Megumi Oumi
Ken Yamaguchi
as Hosokawa
Yûsuke Numata
as Mamoru Iwashima
Jonathan Fahn
as British Gentleman
Reiko Fujita
as Erujo
Dave Wittenberg
as Parco Folgore/Dufort/Ponygon/Yamanaka/Mean Boy/Periko/Renji/Sebe
Kate Higgins
as Megumi/Additional Voices/Kolulu
Quinton Flynn
as Haru/Dr. Riddles/Victoream
Neil Kaplan
as Additional Voices (2006-2007)/Belgim EO
Kristen Rutherford
as Additional Voices (2007)
Ralph Votrian
as Jeff's Grandpa
Steve Blum
as Dr. Hakase/Gofure/Sheen/Shin
Hitoshi Bifu
as Teacher
Robbie Rist
as Eido
Naoko Matsui
as Pati
Michelle Ruff
as Additional Voices/Marylou/Hyde/Ivy/Mrs. Belmont/Naomi/Nurse/Sugino
Yuriko Yamaguchi
as Baransha
Lex Lang
as Bago
Toshinobu Iida
as Okada
Kyle Hebert
as John Owen
Satoshi Tsuruoka
as Denshin
Debi Derryberry
as Zatch Bell/Zeno/Zatch
Chinami Nishimura
as Koko
Yukiko Hanioka
as Mariko Nakamura
Dorothy Elias-Fahn
as Djem
Kinoko Yamada
as Naomi
Rebecca Forstadt
as Rushka
Takahiro Sakurai
as Kiyomaro Takamine
Tomoko Akiya
as Suzume Mizuno
Yasuhiro Takato
as Byonko
Mona Marshall
as Yuuta Akiyama
Motoko Kumai
as Reycom
Wakana Yamazaki
as Hana Takamine
Sam Riegel
as Purio
Yusuke Oguri
as Student
Michael Lindsay
as Apollo
Colleen O'Shaughnessey
as Suzy Mizuno/Robnos/Suzy
R. Martin Klein
as Grisor
Hiroshi Kamiya
as Eita Kubozuka
Ryôtarô Okiayu
as Takamine Seitarou
Saffron Henderson
as Sherry Belmont/The Girl
Gwendoline Yeo
as Li-En
Megumi Urawa
as Hyde
Richard Epcar
as Kotaro Doronma
Toshiko Fujita
as Zofis
Wally Wingert
as Brago/Professor Dartangnan/Rikku

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2005 | 50 Episodes

Season 2

2006 | 50 Episodes

Season 3

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