Odin: Koushi Hansen Starlight

Odin: Starlight Mutiny

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Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Odin: Photon Space Sailer Starlight
Japanese: オーディーン・光子帆船スターライト
English: Odin: Starlight Mutiny
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Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Aug 10, 1985
Producers: Gakken
Licensors: Central Park Media
Studios: Toei Animation
Source: Original
Genres: ActionAction, AdventureAdventure, DramaDrama, Sci-FiSci-Fi
Theme: SpaceSpace
Duration: 2 hr. 19 min.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Score: 5.191 (scored by 12651,265 users)
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Ranked: #121422
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Popularity: #9317
Members: 3,590
Favorites: 3


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In the year 2099, mankind has colonized parts of the Solar System thanks to the evolution of space travel. To venture further beyond what man has accomplished, the space vessel Starlight is launched. After rescuing a mysterious girl from a wreckage near the asteroid fields, the crew of the Starlight plot a perilous journey towards the Canopus system in search of the planet known only as "Odin" - the possible key to all forms of life.

(Source: ANN)


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Characters & Voice Actors

Ishige, Jiro

Furuya, Toru

Kuramoto, Shonosuke

Naya, Gorou


Naya, Gorou

Ryo, Naoki

Wakamoto, Norio


Nishizaki, Yoshinobu
Producer, Original Creator, Planning, Executive Producer
Katsumata, Tomoharu
Yamamoto, Eiichi
Director, Screenplay
Shirato, Takeshi


Opening Theme

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"Gotta Fight" by Loudness

Ending Theme

"Odin" by Loudness


Dec 21, 2023
This movie is a curiosity! Full of interesting ideas on a conceptual level and breathtaking visuals. It's an ode to space exploration and exploration theme prevails (especially visible in the introduction sequence). As such, the emphasis is much more on mystery and discovery process than on suspense and action and this is where the critique, I believe, is coming from. Still, the fans of hard sci-fi and space exploration will be satisfied. I was.
The story is quite original. The music is also fitting and the editing is very rhythmic (resulting in some gripping sequences). The scientific aspect of the movie is convincing as well. The ...
Sep 3, 2020
Mixed Feelings
And to think I stumbled upon this while trying to find the PS1 and PS2 Star Blazers games... So I watched the 2 hour 19 minute subbed version, which after watching I found was the good version. Oh my...

Before the main review, let’s get some things out of the way: this was originally supposed to be a trilogy and have it’s own show. It was made by the team behind “Space Battleship Yamato” and parts of it shows here, some good some bad. This review is based off of my first viewing and had a few minutes to take in what I just watched. With ...
Feb 6, 2018
Odin is a bad movie, its also a bad space opera anime movie; its a bad, boring tedious slog to sit through movie. To be clear about my opinion on this anime, I had seen both versions of this anime, the English dub 90 minute version and its original uncut version. So that's 230 minutes total I had spent to see the differences between the versions, not much to say the least.

The story is that a new spaceship is launched and its crew rescue some girl from something and fight some aliens while trying to discover the mysterious location of the planet Odin. A simple ...

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