How 10 Famous Cartoons Are Adapted for Different Countries

Every year we see new cartoons that capture the attention of both enthusiastic children and adults throughout the world. It’s interesting that these TV stories can look different in many countries. We found cartoons from different parts of the globe in which characters and plots repeat or resemble each other in many ways. We invite you to compare their similarities.

Every year we see new cartoons that capture the attention of both enthusiastic children and adults throughout the world. It’s interesting that these TV stories can look different in many countries. We found cartoons from different parts of the globe in which characters and plots repeat or resemble each other in many ways. We invite you to compare their similarities.

1. The Lion King / Jungle Emperor Leo

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The Japanese animated movie about the mighty king of Africa appeared on TV screens in 1965. Many journalists started talking about the similarity of the two cartoons after the release of The Lion King. It’s not surprising because the son of the king of beasts in the Japanese cartoon is called Kimba.

2. Cars / The Little Cars in the Great Race

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Those who know the original Cars well are unlikely to find anything new in the Brazilian version. The appearance of four-wheeled characters, the plot, and even the name of the cartoon is very close to the original.