Night Hood

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Night Hood
Night Hood (TV series).JPG
Directed byFrançois Brisson
Pascal Morelli
Theme music composerMilan Kymlicka
Country of originCanada
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes26 (list of episodes)
Executive producer(s)Micheline Chariest
Ronald A. Weinberg
Christian Davin
France Animation S.A.
Christina Schaufausen
Christophe Izard
Running time23 minutes (approx. per episode)
Production company(s)TF1, Canal+, YTV
Original releaseAugust 15, 1996 (Canada) –

Night Hood was a cartoon series inspired by the Arsène Lupin novels and was produced by Cinar and France Animation S.A. for television audiences in both English and French-speaking nations. It was set in the 1930s. The series aired in Canada in 1996 on YTV and in 1998 on Teletoon[1] under the English-language title Night Hood, and in francophone markets as Les Exploits d'Arsène Lupin.


Lupin's allies (who he sometimes has to rescue) are his aide Grognard, veteran reporter Kelly Kincaid, and cub reporter Max Leblanc. The police, usually represented by Inspector Ganimard and Sergeant Folenfant, try to capture Lupin at every chance. Billionaire industrialist and arms manufacturer H. R. Karst is Lupin's arch-enemy. Karst's assistants are a tough man named Steel, a crafty woman called Countess May Hem, a pair of slightly incompetent but cunning thugs called Joe Gila and Diesel.



# Title
101"Elementary, My Dear Lupin"
102"The Modern Weapon"
103"The Von Luppo Affair"
104"$20 Million Beneath the Sea"
105"The Empire Karst Building"
106"Sam the Golden Hand"
107"The Diva's Diamonds"
108"The Secret of the Golden Scarab"
109"A Prince on the Orient Express"
110"The Archduke of Austrovia"
111"The South African Mine Shakedown"
112"Operation Iris"
113"The Mystery of Captain Blade"
114"Lupin Takes Pole Position"
115"The Pearl of Sinbad"
116"Lupin Hits Seventy"
117"When Lupin Steps Into Action"
118"Lady M"
119"The Green Star"
120"The Dove of Peace"
121"President's Oil"
122"Sicilian Power"
123"A Fistful of Gold"
124"The Arkinite Crystal"
125"Karst for President"
126"To Catch Lupin"

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