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|Title (English)||Saint Tail|
|Title (Japanese)||Kaito Saint Tail||Advertising|
|Notes||Creator: Megumi Tachikawa
(Sweet tales of Saint Tail, italian name Lisa e Seya, un solo cuore per lo stesso segreto)
|Synopsis||.Magical-girl series of the amazing amateur
magician who moonlights as a cat burglar in order to return precious stolen objects to the people who love them.
Kaituo St Tail is the story of Meimi, a grade school girl whose father is a magician and mother is an ex-thief. Meimi has inherited talents from both parents and uses her physical abilities and magic in order to return stolen items to their proper owners, aided by her school friend Seira, an aspiring nun. Their school mate, Asuka Jr, who is the son of a police detective, takes it upon himself to capture St Tail. The police have not been able to apprehend her, so Asuka Jr is given special investigative powers by the Mayor (and partially because the mayor's niece has a crush on him). St Tail enjoys their first encounter and so decides to issue a challenge to Asuka Jr every time that she plans a heist. The story revolves around Meimi's 'Robin Hood' style acts and Asuka Jr's attempts to capture her, along with the shenanigans of their class mates. (Edwin Eppel).
|Review||I've seen this some time ago. I can't remember a lot except that there was a girl thief with magical powers, and a nun. Quite fun but not exceptional.|
|Credits||Dates: October 12, 1995-September 12, 1996 Number of episodes: 42; Creator: Megumi Tachikawa; Production Company: Tokyo Movie Shinsha;|
|TV Showing||See the whole series for free? This series may be syndicated to regional cable, satellite or terrestial TV stations. For Europe click here.|
|Date||1995 October 12 - 1996 September 12|
|Production||Tokyo Movie Shinsha|
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