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The series that appeared on Cartoon Network 's Toonami block from March 17, 1997 to September 20, 2008.
Note: The dates under " End Date " are the last time the series appeared on Toonami or Toonami's Midnight Run . Some series had multiple runs that were not always consecutive.

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In July 1994, Fox Family Films , a division of 20th Century Fox , acquired the rights to "Gigantor" for a live-action motion picture. [6] Anticipating that Gigantor would become a franchise for the studio, Fox tapped screenwriters Steve Meerson and Peter Krikes to prepare the script and budgeted between $35 million and $50 million for the film. [6] Executive producers Fred Ladd and Aeiji Katayama indicated that Mitsuteru Yokoyama would get an executive producer credit and that the 50-foot robot would be updated and modernized for the 1990s with a 12-foot height and morphed and computer-generated features . [6] However, the project has yet to come to fruition and Mitsuteru Yokoyama has since died.

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For most of the 1990s, Syfy showed anime films, although they had to be edited in order to be shown on basic cable. The channel's longest running animation block, referred to as Saturday Anime, aired at the start of the channel's broadcast day each Saturday morning. In 2007, Syfy reintroduced anime to their programming via the "Ani-Monday" block. In 2008 the block was shifted to Tuesday; in 2010, to Thursday; and after June 9, 2011, disappeared abruptly, along with the Anime section of the website. [26] [27]

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