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Don-Don Domel to Ron
Genre Comedy
TV anime
Director Keiichiro Mochizuki
Writer Kaoru Toshima
Studio Telescreen Japan Inc./Saban Entertainment
Network Japan TV Tokyo
United States ABC Family
United Kingdom Channel 4
Original run April 5, 1988March 27, 1989
Episodes 52
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Wowser (どんどんドメルとロン Don-don Domeru to Ron?) is an anime based on the Belgian comic strip Cubitus. It consisted of 52 two-part episodes, and originally aired from April 5, 1988 to March 27, 1989.



Wowser is a big white dog who lives with his owner, the Professor. In each episode, Wowser's appetite and the Professor's inventions, along with the interference of their wacky neighbors, results in chaos.


Wowser (Cubitus in French, Dommel in Japanese, Dutch and Polish, Teodoro in Italian and Kaaboul in Arabic) is the main character. A large white dog, he has a good-natured personality but a humongous appetite.

Professor Dingy (Sémaphore in French, Ron in Japanese and Polish, Semafoor in Dutch, Professore in Italian and Abqarino in Arabic) is Wowser's owner who has a big white moustache and wears a pink sweater. He is a genius inventor, although his eccentric creations usually backfire on him.

Ratso (Sénéchal in French, Blackie in Japanese and Polish, Gatto in Italian and Mushakess in Arabic) is Wowser's rival/sometimes friend. He is an annoying black cat who often sabotages the Professor's inventions.

Linda (Cherry in Japanese and Polish, and Nadine in Arabic; her name is also Linda in Italian version) is a teenager who seems to take quite a fancy to Wowser.

Betrice (Beatrix in Japanese and Polish, Bea in Italian) is a rather bossy woman who is often rude to Wowser.

Officer Whistle is a policeman who keeps a whistle in his mouth which is used to tell people off when there is trouble.

Foreign versions

The English version was created by Saban Entertainment. Retitled Wowser, it aired in 1990 on The Family Channel. The dub changed the names of the characters and replaced the original music.

In the UK it aired on Channel 4 in the early 90s and 2 videos of the series were released in 2 volumes.

The series were also dubbed to Arabic in Jordan , and released throughout many parts of the Arab world. This version named Kaaboul.



Japanese version

Opening song

"Fly away - Yume no Hikouki" sung by Mitsuko Horie

Ending song

"GO! GO! My Friend" sung by Mitsuko Horie

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