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Orphaned Hawaiian teen Nani Pelekai struggles to take care of her younger sister Lilo after their parents died, until social worker Cobra Bubbles intervenes, concerned that Nani is not capable of providing an adequate living for the rambunctious little girl. Concerned that Lilo needs a companion, Bubbles suggests Nani adopt an animal from the local shelter. She chooses a blue koala-like genetic experiment from outer space, who promptly assumes the name of “Stitch.” Although originally intended to cause chaos and destruction, Stitch bonds with Nani through the Hawaiian concept of ohana, or family, and reconsiders his goals.
The film’s success spawned three direct-to-video sequels and a television series, as well as a live-action adaptation in development. Stitch also has appeared as a playable character in the Disney Interactive games Kinect: Disneyland Adventures and Disney Mirrorverse, and as an augmented reality meet-and-greet at the Tokyo Disneyland.
The franchise also includes an English-language Chinese animated television series titled Stitch!, produced by Anhui Xinhua Media and Panimation Hwakai Media. The show, which ran from October 2008 to March 2011, re-imagines the story with a Japanese-style girl named Yuna Kamihara in place of Lilo. The title was later changed to Stitch & Ai for the second season and two post-series specials. The series is also the basis for an animated manga and an animated musical. The manga, which began publication in April 2010 and is distributed by Tokyopop, uses the same animators as the TV series, but is set in a fictional island of Okinawa instead of Hawaii. Lilo and Stitch Clothings