for anything on Kimba, the White Lion. It too
was a childhood memory for me, Laura, but a vague
one consisting of only a few images,and a feeling
describable as sweet, yes, but also--maybe just
because its almost lost to memory--haunting, poignant, a bit sad and lonely (from a scene with the white lion lost and alone at night on a vast ocean?). I'm 34, from the U.S.; but I don't think I saw it after the age of 4 or 5, and until today have never heard or read a thing about it--which I notice from posts on other sites is not too unusual.
Some things I found today brought up other issues which I'll post above. I found this site because I'm already ready to order the original tv show videos for my 17 month old daughter. Your comments, Laura, most reflected my own impressions of the show.
: I am originally from Uruguay, SouthAmerica.
: One of the sweetest memories I have from my
: childhood is, rushing from school to get
: home fast so I could watch and enjoy
: My Mom would be waiting with cafe latte,and
: croisants. After Kimba and before diner I
: was to to my homework. What I a great
: time that was!
: I am 35 years old now, and I still remember
: the funny and sweet white lion.