Kōsoku Denjin Albegas (TV)

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Alternative title:
Albegas 
Arbegas (Spanish) 
Arbegas: el rayo custodio (Spanish) 
Light-Speed Electro-God Albegus 
الشجعان الثلاثة (Arabic) 
光速電神アルベガス (Japanese) 
Genres: action , science fiction 
Themes: mecha 
Objectionable content: Mild 
Plot Summary: The Gerinya empire attacks the Earth after hundreds of years of peace. The last hope seems to be Dr. Mizuki's latest creation, the trio of Arbegas robots, able to combien and form one might metal giant. The pilots are Dr. Mizuki's genius daughter Hotaru, cheerful martial artist Daisaku Enjouji, and aloof tough guy Tetsuya Jin... 
User Ratings: 12 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 1 vote (sub:1)
 Excellent: 2 votes (dub:1, others:1
1 Arabic dubbed
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 Very good: 1 vote (others:1
1 Spanish dubbed
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 Good: 4 votes (sub:2, others:2
1 Arabic dubbed
1 Spanish dubbed
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 Decent: 1 vote (others:1
1 Italian dubbed
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 So-so: 3 votes (sub:1, others:2
1 Arabic dubbed
1 Italian dubbed
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 Not really good: -
 Weak: -
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Seen in part or in whole by 51 users, rank: #4154 (of 5921)
Median rating: Good
Arithmetic mean: 7.083 (Good), std. dev.: 1.6051, rank: #2064 (of 5914)
Weighted mean: 6.900 (Good), rank: #2447 (of 5914) (seen all: 7.35 / seen some: 6.30)
Bayesian estimate: 7.220 (Good+), rank: #1436 (of 4468)
Running time: 25 minutes per episode 
Number of episodes: 45 
Episode titles: We have 45
Vintage:
1983-03-30 to 1984-02-29 
1988 (Peru - Panamericana Television) 
1990 (Argentina - Rocket) 
1990 to 1991 (Argentina - Cablin) 
1990 to 1991 (Venezuela - Televen) 
1991 (Colombia - Intravisión) 
Opening Theme:
"Kosoku Denjin Albegas" by MOJO 
Links: We have 1
Trivia: We have 1
Comment:
Kosoku Denjin Albegas was originally licensed by World Events Productions as the third Voltron series, but despite having released the toys through Matchbox, the release of the series was scrapped due to the immense popularity of the Voltron Lion series. 
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Kozo Morishita 
Original creator: Saburo Yatsude 
Character Design: Shigenori Kageyama (Kaname Production) 
Animation Director:
Joji Kikuchi 
Shigenori Kageyama 
Mechanical design:
Akira Hio 
Koichi Ohata 

Animation:
Hajie Kaneko 
Toshio Mori 
Screen Writer: Akiyoshi Sakai 
Hideyuki Hori as Tetsuya Jin 
Hiromi Tsuru as Hotaru Mizuki 
Toshio Furukawa as Daisaku Enjouji 

Chiyoko Kawashima as
Midori Enjouji 
Saiko Asabuki 
Eiji Kanie as
Dr. Mizuki 
President Azasu 
Kouji Totani as Kouzou Enjouji 
Kôzô Shioya as Gorou Kumai 
Masaharu Satou as General Daston 
Noriko Tsukase as
Danko Kibi 
Danko-sensei 
Reizô Nomoto as Officer Daim 
Satomi Majima as Jirou Enjouji 
Tomiko Suzuki as Natsuko Enjouji 
Yuko Mita as Julia 

Hidekatsu Shibata as President Baios 
Kouji Totani as Commander Katastora 
Masaharu Satou as
General Darry 
The Great Deran 
Vice-Principal 
Reizô Nomoto as Principal 
Satomi Majima as Mirror Zero 
Yuko Takagi as Ritsuko Jin 
Japanese companies
Broadcaster: TV Tokyo 
Character Design: Kaname Production 
Mechanical Design: Kaname Production 
Production:
Toei Animation 
TV Tokyo 
Sound Effects: Suwara Production 
English staff
English companies
(none)
Licensed by: World Events Productions, Ltd. (Cancelled) 
English cast
(none)
Spanish cast
Spanish staff
Dubbing Director: Fernando Lewis 

Music Director: Fernando Lewis 
Theme Song Performance: Fernando Lewis (OP&ED) 
Carlos Romero Franco as Daisaku Enjouji 
María Elena Molina as Hotaru Mizuki 
Sergio Aguirre as Tetsuya Jin 

Alberto Ramirez Beni as
Dr. Mizuki 
President Azasu 
Cristina Escalante as Ayako 
Juan Carlos Olivier as
Gorou Kumai 
Jirou Enjouji 
Livia Fernan as Danko-sensei 
Natalio Hoxman as Kouzou Enjouji 
Nelly Hering as Midori Enjouji 
Sergio Aguirre as Officer Daim 
Susana Klein as Natsuko Enjouji 

Carlos Romero as Subdirector 
Elbio Nessier as
General Duston 
Goro's father 
Ernesto Frith as Narration 
Horacio Yerve as
Commander Katastora 
Goro's student 
Livia Fernan as Gerin-ja Miyer-Zero 
Vanina Parets as Ritsuko Jin 

Spanish companies
Broadcaster:
Cablin (Argentina) 
Intravisión (Colombia) 
La Red (Chile) 
LaTele (Venezuela) 
Panamericana Television (Peru) 
RedTelesistema (Honduras) 
Rocket (Argentina) 
Telecinco (Spain) 
Televen (Venezuela) 
Dubbing: Videorecord S.A (TV series) 
Italian staff
Italian cast
Dubbing Director: Bruno Cattaneo 
Alessio Cigliano as Daisaku Enjoji 
Angelo Maggi as Tetsuya Jin 
Daniela Caroli as Hotaru Mizuki 

Bruno Cattaneo as
Goro 
Prof. Hotaru 
Daniela Caroli as
Ritzuko 
Saeko 
Graziella Polesinanti as
Bunta 
Professoressa 
Oreste Baldini as Saburu 
Italian companies
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