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EPISODES Dora the Explorer Dora and her intrepid pals make new friends and save a new set of cuddly Watch Dora and Diego in the Time of Dinosaurs. . a girl builds a rocket ship and blasts off, hoping to meet a mythical moon goddess. Two bird women -- a carefree toucan and an anxious songbird -- live in the. Dora the Explorer is an American educational animated TV series created by Chris Gifford, The episode always ends with Dora successfully reaching the locale, singing the "We Did It!" song with Boots in triumph. .. Contains: Dora's Backpack, Little Star, Happy Birthday, Mami!, Meet Diego!, Dora Saves the Prince , Dora's. Followed by, Go, Diego, Go! A pilot episode for the series aired in , and Dora the Explorer became a regular Dora has a positive view of the characters she meets, failing even to hold a .. This version is entirely the reverse of the original English version; Tico & Señor Tucan (called Mr. Toucan) only speak English.

Hungarian — In the Hungarian language version, Dora and the other characters speak Hungarian with some English words or phrases. It broadcasts on Nickelodeon Hungary. The bilingualism is Indonesian-English. The bilingualism is Irish-Spanish with Dora and Boots speaking in Irish and some other characters speaking Spanish as in the original American version.

Italian — The Italian language version broadcasts on Cartoonito and on Nickelodeon. The bilingualism is Italian-English. The series is called Dora l'esploratrice "Dora the Explorer". Most characters speak Italian, but some characters and especially Dora's parents and backpack speak English along with Italian.

Japanese — The Japanese language version broadcasts on Nick Japan. The bilingualism is Japanese-English, with Dora and Boots speaking Japanese and other protagonists speaking and answering in English. Kannada — The Kannada language version broadcasts on Chintu TV and is a very popular program on that network.

Hindi is the second language in this version. The title is "Hi Dora" and is introduced by a real person whose name is Dami — she introduces key English vocabulary for each episode. The episode is primarily in Korean with some English.

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The bilingualism is Macedonian-English. Malay — The Malay language version broadcasts on TV9. The bilingualism is Malay-English. Dora speaks primarily in Malay, and the secondary language is English. Norwegian — In the Norwegian language version, the bilingualism is Norwegian-English. Polish — The Polish language version broadcasts on Nickelodeon in Poland. The bilingualism is Polish-English. On Nickelodeon Brazilthe show is called Dora a Aventureira, and Dora and Boots called Boots in the Portuguese version and Botas in the Brazilian version speak Portuguese, while the other protagonists speak and answer in English.

Some Portuguese episodes are available on DVD. The bilingualism is Russian-English. The series is called Dasha-sledopyt "Dasha the Pathfinder". Dasha is the children's name of Daria Darya. Serbian — The Serbian language version broadcasts on B The bilingualism is Serbian-Spanish. Dora and Boots called Botas speak Spanish and the other protagonists speak and answer in English. Toucan only speak English. Additionally, Univision has added on-screen captions of the Spanish words spoken in English.

It is another reverse of the original English version the characters speak mainly Spanish but there are commands and expressions in English. Swedish — In the Swedish language version Dora- utforskaren the characters speak mainly Swedish but there are commands and expressions in English. It broadcasts on Nickelodeon and TV4. It broadcasts on a local kids programming channel Chutti TV. Turkish — In the Turkish language version Dora the characters speak mainly Turkish, Spanish, and English but there are commands and expressions in Turkish.

As shown by the list above, the usual second language is English, but Spanish is used in the original American version in English broadcast also for Malay speakersin the Irish, Serbian, and the trilingual Turkish versions. She loves and excels at soccer. Dora is also a musician, skilled at playing a wooden flute. The character was voiced by Kathleen Herles until she was replaced by Caitlin Sanchez [2].

Dora is a Latina. Early concepts of Dora had her as a blond girl of European ancestry. The character was originally based on a niece, Lilli, of Rick Velleu, one of the creators of the show. He is friendly and enthusiastic, and usually wears nothing but his beloved red bootshence his name. He is gray with a yellow stomach.

His parents look similar, with variations in eyes, height, clothing, and fur. Boots is present with Dora on most of her adventures, and he helps her solve clues and puzzles. He also loves baseball and is on Dora's team. He enjoys riding Rojo the fire truck. Boots is athletic and energetic. He performs a series of acrobatic flipssomersaultsand cartwheels along the way to their destination.

His light weight also makes him easy to carry, even for Dora. Without guidance from Dora, the viewer, or another character, Boots is quick to take his own, often dangerous or dead-ended, route. Dora often acts as the voice of reason. Boots "loves" many things. In one episode, he would say many times "I love riddles. Riddles'" or "I love nutsI love chocolateI love my balland I love, love, love Most importantly, however, Boots loves Dora and Dora loves him back, as expressed verbally and physically in numerous episodes.

His devotion and love always has Boots more than willing to drop whatever he's doing at the moment for Dora. For her sake, he has even engaged in adventures on his own, assisted by the viewers. Boots' vocabulary is limited but steadily increasing. Dora teaches him Spanish through memorable songs and phrases.

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Boots was voiced by Harrison Chad in the original English version and then, from season five onwards, by Regan Mizrahi.

Swiper the Fox Swiper is a sneaky fox in a blue mask and gloveswho is the antagonist of the TV series and appears in nearly every episode. He is voiced by Marc Weiner. As his name implies, Swiper steals or attempts to steal key items that help Dora on her adventures. Clever as he is, Swiper never manages to take Dora completely by surprise; an ominous "whisking" sound is always audible just prior to his appearances.

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To prevent Swiper from success, Dora must repeat the phrase, "Swiper, no swiping! Usually she prevails, and Swiper slinks away, snapping his fingers and saying, "Oh, mannn!

He then gloats, "You're too late! Swiper's motive for theft is patently childish; he never seems actually to want the object he takes, since he almost immediately throws it away to hide it from Dora prompting her to ask the audience to help her find it. Until recently, it was unclear if he swipes merely for the joy of swipingor from a desire to annoy and frustrate Dora. Compounding the confusion is the fact that, given the right reason, for example, that the item in question is a present for Dora's puppyhe'll return items he has taken, no matter how much effort he went through to get them.

It is also shown that he rarely knows the full importance of what he's taken; for example, he had no idea the aforementioned gift was for Dora's puppy. In the episode "Dora Saves the Mermaids", he revealed that he "liked swiping. Swiper is very fast and agile, and something of a master of disguise.

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He seems to have a great deal of technical knowledge, as he's built a variety of vehicles and gadgets including a remote-controlled robot butterfly to help him swipe things. Most of the time, however, he simply relies on his natural stalking abilities sometimes with the aid of a costume to sneak up on Dora. In the early episodes he often "hid" by curling up into a ball, which neither Dora nor Boots ever recognized as Swiper; he apparently doesn't do this anymore.

He has only been seen once without his mask, when the robot butterfly he built to swipe from Dora and Boots in the episode "Dora's Got a Puppy" apparently malfunctioned; after they stopped it, it swiped his mask and gloves and kept them from him for a few humorous seconds.

None of Swiper's relatives has ever been seen, but his grandmother has been mentioned in two episodes: In one episode it was revealed that Swiper has a soft spot for puppies, and in another that he likes Cowboy cookies. In a few episodes, he expresses feelings of joy with a fox-like cry of, "Yip-yip-yippee! In the episode "Swiper the Explorer," Swiper helps Dora on her quest to help Baby Fox find its mommy, and Swiper carries the baby fox almost all through the episode.

Also in this episode, it's revealed that Swiper doesn't speak Spanishand wishes that he did. The interaction between Dora and the antagonistic fox also reveals the kindness and grace of Dora's character. In one episode, "Dora's Dance to the Rescue," Swiper took pity on a Dancing Elf who was caught in a magic bottle, similar to a genie.

The elf tricked the sympathetic Swiper into removing the bottle's cork, thereby releasing the elf and his talking cane. Unfortunately, the wily fox was thereby entrapped in his place.