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Although he's short, round, pink and lovable, Kirby sure packs a powerful punch. After he's blamed for eating the egg of an ancient Dyna Blade bird in this adventure, Kirby must use his powers to save himself from some serious trouble. The engaging anime shows Kirby at his best, fighting all the bad guys -- including King Dedede, a cunning and ruthless crook with many secrets -- and trying with all his might to prevent evildoers from winning.

  1. Soji Yoshikawa

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Makiko Ômoto

    Kirby (voice)

  2. Ted Lewis

    King Dedede/ Escargoon (voice)

  3. Kerry Williams

    Tiff (voice)

  4. Kayzie Rogers

    Tuff (voice)

  5. Eric Stuart

    Eric Stuart

    Meta Knight (voice)

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Kirby: Kirby's Egg-Cellent Adventure

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  • October 5, 2002
    TV

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Original Language English

Runtime 0h 21m

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