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Kinnikuman: Haresugata! Seigi Choujin


Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Kinnikuman: Hour-of-Triumph! Justice Superman, Hour of Triumph! Seigi Chojin
Japanese: キン肉マン 晴れ姿!正義超人

Information

Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Dec 21, 1985
Producers: None found, add some
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Toei Animation
Source: Unknown
Duration: 1 hr.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

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Popularity: #8911
Members: 278
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Synopsis

While performing in a movie at Toei Eigamura, Kinnikuman suddenly disappears. Somehow, he has been sent to Edo Period Japan. In Edo Japan, a villain called Shuten Douji (朱天童子) is threatening to destroy the Earth if he is not given Princess Mari. Always willing to impress a pretty girl, Kinnikuman immediately vows to destroy Shuten Doji. He disguises himself as Princess Mari and goes to meet Shuten Doji, but Shuten Doji and his Big Four (四天王, Shitennou) see through Kinnikuman's disguise and beat him up. Aware of Kinnikuman's situation, Terryman, Robin Mask, and the other Seigi Choujins travel to Edo Japan (via Kinkotsu-obaba's powers).

(Source: Kinnikuman Wiki)

Background

Hour of Triumph! Seigi Choujin is the fifth theatrical film based on the anime series Kinnikuman. It was released in Japan on December 21, 1985 and is set during the Dream Choujin Tag Arc.

It is the first film to feature seiyuu Banjou Ginga as the voice of Ramenman (due to Eiji Kanie's death in October) and the last to feature Kouji Yada. It is also the second film to feature the character Kinkotsu-Obaba, who had been omitted from the previous film.

(Source: Kinnikuman Wiki)

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Characters & Voice Actors

Kinniku, Suguru
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Main
Kamiya, Akira
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Ramenman, Victory
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Supporting
Ginga, Banjou
Japanese
Ginga, Banjou
Iwao
Iwao
Supporting
Satou, Masaharu
Japanese
Satou, Masaharu
Nakano, Kazuo
Nakano, Kazuo
Supporting
Hase, Sanji
Japanese
Hase, Sanji

Staff

Tamiya, Takeshi
Tamiya, Takeshi
Producer
Kushida, Akira
Kushida, Akira
Theme Song Performance
Koorogi '73
Koorogi '73
Theme Song Performance
Serizawa, Hiroaki
Serizawa, Hiroaki
Theme Song Composition


Edit Opening Theme

"Honoo no Kinnikuman (炎のキン肉マン)" by Akira Kushida

Edit Ending Theme

"Kinnikumambo (キン肉マンボ)" by Akira Kamiya, Koorogi '73, Shines




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