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Sengoku Majin Goushougun: Toki no Etranger


Alternative Titles

English: Time Stranger
Synonyms: Goshogun: The Time Etranger
Japanese: 戦国魔人ゴーショーグン 時の異邦人[ÉTRANGER[エトランゼ]]

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Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: 1985
Producers: None found, add some
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Production Reed
Source: Unknown
Genres: Action, Sci-Fi
Duration: 1 hr. 28 min.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 6.831 (scored by 385 users)
1 indicates a weighted score. Please note that 'Not yet aired' titles are excluded.
Ranked: #39982
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #6882
Members: 1,025
Favorites: 4
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Episodes: /1

Synopsis

Remy Shimoda is in a hurry. She's on her way to a reunion with the other members of the Go Shogun team, and she's late. A police action with some robbers gets in her way, so she runs the robbers off the road. Her vision blurs and she gets into an accident. The movie splits into two with one plot following Remy's slow decline at the hospital with the Go Shogun members and former enemies at her side, and her experience in a strange city where she, and the rest of the team have their deaths foretold. Remy, herself, is plagued by visions of her death, and visitations from a threatening girl and her panther-like cat. The temple at the center of the city is the key, so the team sets out to battle their way into it. Based on the giant robot series "Go Shogun", this is a story focusing on Remy, the female member of the team.

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Characters & Voice Actors

Shimada, Remy
Shimada, Remy
Main
Koyama, Mami
Japanese
Koyama, Mami
Gagler, Killy
Gagler, Killy
Main
Tanaka, Hideyuki
Japanese
Tanaka, Hideyuki
Hojoh, Shingo
Hojoh, Shingo
Main
Suzuoki, Hirotaka
Japanese
Suzuoki, Hirotaka
Cuttnal, Suegni
Cuttnal, Suegni
Main
Kihara, Shoujirou
Japanese
Kihara, Shoujirou

Staff

Yuyama, Kunihiko
Yuyama, Kunihiko
Director
Matsuura, Noriyoshi
Matsuura, Noriyoshi
Sound Director
Habara, Nobuyoshi
Habara, Nobuyoshi
Key Animation
Motohashi, Hideyuki
Motohashi, Hideyuki
Character Design, Chief Animation Director


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GreatRumbler
Oct 14, 2009
Alright, take the director of the Pokemon movies and have him do a sequel movie to a fighting force mecha show from the early 80's. It sounds like a recipe for unadulterated mediocrity, yet somehow it manages to be one of the most bizarre, surreal, and personal animes ever created.

In a way, I would liken this to Watchmen, even though it came out over a year before that famous comic. Both weave tales of heroes who had their moment in the sun, but when the war was over, they faded into obscurity. They're all older now and one has turned his one-time fame into read more
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