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Kinnikuman (1984)


Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Kinnikuman (Movie), Kinnikuman: Stolen Championship Belt, Kinnikuman: Ubawareta Championship Belt
Japanese: キン肉マン (キン肉マン 奪われたチャンピオンベルト)

Information

Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jul 14, 1984
Producers: None found, add some
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Toei Animation
Source: Unknown
Duration: 48 min.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

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Ranked: #48082
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Popularity: #8125
Members: 471
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Synopsis

Mari and Kinnikuman's Championship Belt are stolen by the Octopus Dragon and his minions. Now Kinnikuman and the other Justice Choujins must travel to Planet Metro and compete in a tournament in order to win them back.

Background

Kinnikuman (1984), also known as Kinnikuman: Stolen Championship Belt, is the first theatrical film of the anime series Kinnikuman. It was released in Japan on July 14, 1984 and is set after the 21st Choujin Olympics Arc.

This was the first movie to feature seiyuu Kouji Yada, who appears in all following movies (except the final two), and also the first to feature series creators Yudetamago in a cameo. Octopus Dragon, Harigoras, and Ukon are all kaijuu from the infamous "Roots Island" two-part story from the original manga that does not appear in recent reprints. Tigerian is also a kaijuu from the original manga, although these characters bear little resemblance to their manga counterparts. The movie's monster Gigasaurus does resemble the manga's Octopus Dragon.

(Source: Wikipedia)

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Characters & Voice Actors

Kinniku, Suguru
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Main
Kamiya, Akira
Japanese
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Alexandria Meat
Alexandria Meat
Main
Matsushima, Minori
Japanese
Matsushima, Minori
Ramenman, Victory
Ramenman, Victory
Supporting
Kanie, Eiji
Japanese
Kanie, Eiji
Robin Mask
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Supporting
Gouri, Daisuke
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Gouri, Daisuke

Staff

Tamiya, Takeshi
Tamiya, Takeshi
Producer
Kamiya, Akira
Kamiya, Akira
Theme Song Performance, Inserted Song Performance
Ishihara, Shinichi
Ishihara, Shinichi
Theme Song Performance
Serizawa, Hiroaki
Serizawa, Hiroaki
Theme Song Composition


Edit Opening Theme

"Kinnikuman Go Fight! (キン肉マンGo Fight!)" by Shinichi Ishihara

Edit Ending Theme

"Kiseki no Gyakuten Fighter (Kinnikuman no Theme) (奇蹟の逆転ファイター(キン肉マンのテーマ))" by Akira Kamiya




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