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Time Travel Tondekeman
Time Travel Tondekeman DVD Cover
たいむとらぶる トンデケマン!
(Taimu Toraburu Tondekeman!)
Genre Science Fiction, Adventure, Anime, Animation
TV anime
Director Kunihiko Yuyama
Akira Sugino
Writer Junki Takegami
Studio Ashi Productions
Tatsunoko Production
Network Fuji Television
Original run 19 October 198926 August 1990
Episodes 39
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Time Travel Tondekeman (たいむとらぶる トンデケマン! Taimu Toraburu Tondekeman ?) is an anime series directed by Kunihiko Yuyama and Akira Sugino. It was written by Junki Takegami and produced by Animax network president Masao Takiyama.

It was originally broadcast by Fuji Television[1] in Japan between 19 October 1989 and 26 August 1990. Time Quest, as it was called outside Japan, was first aired in the Philippines in 1994 by IBC-13. It was rerun in ABC-5 in 1999.



The series starts when Hayato, a soccer enthusiast, and his girlfriend Yumi, an aspiring musician, went to a visit to Dr. Leonard's lab. They accidentally activated the Tondekeman, a funny talking kettle who transported them many centuries in the past[2].

In Baghdad, Hayato and Yumi gets reunited but they got separated from Tondekeman. They meet Aladdin, Prince Dandarn and Princess Shalala. They also meet the cunning Abdullah who is always ready to kidnap the princess so that he could marry the princess to his master.

Our heroes get to go to different places and times and meet several historical and literary figures as they follow Abdullah as he escapes through time to abduct the princess.

Hayato and Yumi are stuck in the past until they get Tondekeman from the possession of Abdullah.



  1. ^ Richard Llewellyn. "Time Travel Tondekeman!". Richard's Animated Divots. Retrieved 2008-04-25.  
  2. ^ "Time Quest". Fiche détaillée. Manga Sanctuary. Retrieved 2008-04-25.  

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