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An animated robot show i saw in france last year!

Discussion in 'Mystery Cartoon' started by Dave Koch, Oct 29, 2013.

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    Dave Koch Cartoon Admin

    Oct 27, 2013
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    Ok so this time last year i was at a hotel in paris with my boyfriend and we were watching tv (im guessing it was the normal freeview/network channels as we didnt pay extra for tv).
    It was on a kids channel i think as galactik football came on too.
    There was a boy robot who was black/grey i think and he had a girlfriend robot who was pink. They were small cute robots.
    There was a bit where they stopped the bad guys and saved the day and im pretty sure the boy robot was like a hero and stuff.
    I REALLY NEED TO KNOW WHAT THIS SHOW WAS!! Also there wasnt much talking i dont think. PLEASE HELP!!
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    Was it a series then?
    Not much info
    Grey/Red/Pink color scheme robots
    Wild guess,..

    Iron Kid
    a.k.a. Eon Kid

    -more info-

    if not any more info?

    was it 2d or CG?
    series or movie?
    was it recent?, if not what decade estimate

    I can think of one thing that sounds like your description, though it was a one-and-done TV special, not a series:

    It might be Romie-0 and Julie-8 (1979): A syndicated special from Canada's Nelvana studio.

    Two robots from rival cybernetic companies meet, fall in love and escape to a remote planetoid, where Julie-8 is captured by the villainous Spare Partski. Unlike the Shakespeare tragedy, this story happy ending, with the concluding line "Oils Well that Ends Well'.

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