Makyou Densetsu Acrobunch (TV)

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Alternative title:
Acrobunch
Acrobunch, la leggenda del paese magico (Italian)
Askadis : La Légende de l'Empire Perdu (French)
Demon Regions Legend Acrobunch
L'Empire des Cinq (French)
Ruins Legend Acrobunch
Акробунч, легенда волшебной страны (Russian)
魔境伝説アクロバンチ (Japanese)
Themes: mecha
Objectionable content: Mild
Plot Summary: Archeologist Tetsuya Randou leads his family on an adventure around the world to find out the legend of Quaschika, which supposedly hides an unfound treasure. At the same time the Goblin Clan, who normally live underground, is also trying to find the treasure of Quaschika for their own purposes. To help fight off the Goblin Clan during their adventure, the Randou family has the giant robot Acrobunch, formed by the vehicles each family member pilots. 
Number of episodes: 24
Episode titles: We have 24
Vintage: 1982-05-05 to 1982-12-24
Release dates: We have 5
Opening Theme:
"Yume no Kariudo" by Yukio Yamagata
Ending Theme:
"Nagisa ni Hitori" by Isao Taira
Trivia: We have 1
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Chief Director:
Ryo Yasumura (as Masakazu Yasumura; eps 1-12, 14)
Takashi Hisaoka (eps 13, 15-24)
Director: Takao Yotsuji (as Yoshinori Natsuki)
Series Composition: Yu Yamamoto
Script: Yu Yamamoto
Original creator: Kyoro Ikeoa
Art Director:
Makoto Sato (eps 1-12, 14)
Toshikazu Yamagushi
Mecha design: Yuichi Higuchi
Sound Director: Noriyoshi Matsuura
Executive producer: Juzo Tsubota
Producer: Shigeo Tsubota

Planning:
Akira Yoshikawa (Nippon TV)
Shigeo Tsubota
Theme Song Arrangement: Masayuki Yamamoto
Theme Song Composition: Masayuki Yamamoto
Theme Song Lyrics: Yu Yamamoto
Theme Song Performance:
Isao Taira (ED)
Yukio Yamagata (OP)
Akio Nojima as Ryou
Hidekatsu Shibata as Tatsuya
Hideyuki Tanaka as Ryou
Hitoshi Kubota as Narrator
Kei Tomiyama as Aruta
Norio Wakamoto as Randou Hiro
Shigeru Nakahara as Randou Jun
Tesshô Genda as Gepeu
Japanese companies
Backgrounds: Studio SF
Character Design: Kaname Production
Finish Animation:
Sôei
Studio 2001
Key Animation:
Kaname Production (eps 5, 14)
Studio OZ (ep 12)
Production Cooperation:
Kaname Production (ep 14)
Sôei (eps 9, 12)
Recording Studio: Studio 2001
English staff
English companies
(none)
Distributor: Enoki Films
English cast
(none)
French cast
French staff
(none)
Amélie Morin as Ulrich
Edgar Givry as Quentin
Francois Leccia as Mathieu
Jackie Berger as Jill
Luq Hamet as Antoine

Albert Augier as Professeur Kossing(2ème voix)
Claude Dasset as Daros
Sady Rebbot as Professeur Kossing(1ére voix)

Aurélia Bruno as Jill(19-21; eps 13-15)
Bernard Soufflet as Mathieu(épisodes 22-23)
Celine Monsarrat as Ulrich(épisodes 8-10;19-21)
Eric Legrand as Quentin(épisodes 19-21)
Francette Vernillat as Jill(eps 11-12)
Francis Lax as
Le Grand Prêtre(1ère voix)
Narrateur(1ère voix)
Ténébror/Démon de la destruction
Tom
Jacques Torrens as Azzuro/Démon de la fourberie
Jean-Pierre Leroux as Mathieu(ep 3)
Joëlle Fossier as Blanca/Démon de la luxure
Julien Thomast as Antoine(eps 6-7)
Pierre Trabaud as
Le Grand Prêtre(2ème voix)
Narrateur(2ème voix)
Sanguina/Démon de la cruauté
SO4
Tenebror(2ème voix)

French companies
Broadcaster:
Air TV (from 2011)
Antenne 2 France (from 1985)
Distributor: IDP Home Video Music
Dubbing Studio: SOFI
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