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Sounds like you're after the colorful 1963 musical Bye Bye Birdie that stars Janet Leigh, Dick Van Dyke and many others, where Ed Sullivan and his show figure prominently into the plot: Conrad Birdie is the biggest rock & roll star of the 60's ever to be drafted. Aspiring chemist and song writer Albert is convinced he can make his fortune and marry ...


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Since memories can morph it's possible it's Fantasia?


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I think I just stumbled across the actual answer to your question while researching someone else's question. Duel Masters- ran on Cartoon Network in the US 2002-03, originated in Japan as a manga then an anime series. Bolded parts match your description. Plot Summary: The anime is about a boy named Shobu Kirifuda who plays a game called "Duel ...


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Bakugan? Dan Kuso's life changed one day when random cards fell out of the sky, where he and his friend Shun invented a game with called Bakugan. Together with his friends Runo, Marucho, Julie, Shun, and Alice, the group Bakugan Battle Brawlers is formed and its members are accidentally dragged into fighting for the fate of Vestroia (the ...


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Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland (1989), I think. A Japanese/American animated movie where a little boy, Nemo, travels by flying bed to Slumberland. He spends part of his time in Slumberland in a dirigible (airship aka probably the huge balloon you remember) and shares a kiss with the princess of Slumberland (Camille)-- clip shows dirigible and ...


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Sounds a little like King Arthur and the Knights of Justice. But that was supposed to be a Pro team.


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Sounds like a Popeye episode - The Fly's Last Flight though we all know that's not "a Chinese, Korean, or Japanese animation." Popeye prepares to take a nap on a hammock outside his house, but his bulldog's barking disturbs his sleep. He bottles the dog's noise up, but music from a nearby radio store keeps him from falling asleep. In a bit repeated ...



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