Slam Dunk: Shōhoku Saidai no Kiki! Moero Sakuragi Hanamichi (movie)

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[ sequel of Slam Dunk: Zenkoku Seiha da! Sakuragi Hanamichi (movie) ]

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Alternative title:
Slam Dunk movie 3
スラムダンク 湘北最大の危機!燃えろ桜木花道 (Japanese)
Themes: basketball
Objectionable content: Mild
Plot Summary: After losing the titanic match against Kainan High, Team Shohoku and a newly shaven Hanamichi Sakuragi are challenged to an exhibition match by virtual basketball unknowns Ryoukufu High. Coach Anzai sees this as an opportunity for Shohoku to regain their confidence, but Ryoukufu are revealed to have a newly assembled championship calibre lineup and may give Sakuragi & Co their toughest test yet.
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Seen in part or in whole by 253 users, rank: #2411 (of 6020)
Median rating: Good
Arithmetic mean: 7.479 (Good+), std. dev.: 1.4567, rank: #1267 (of 6014)
Weighted mean: 7.396 (Good+), rank: #1272 (of 6014) (seen all: 7.38 / won't finish: 10.00)
Bayesian estimate: 7.413 (Good+), rank: #1041 (of 4524)
Running time: 40 minutes
Vintage: 1995-03-04
Premiere date:
1995-03-04 (Japan)
Opening Theme:
"Kimi ga Suki da to Sakebitai" by BAAD
Ending Theme:
"Kirameku Toki ni Torawarete" by Manish
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Hiroyuki Kakudou
Screenplay: Yoshiyuki Suga
Music: BMF
Original Manga: Takehiko Inoue
Art Director: Nobuto Sakamoto
Animation Director: Yohichi Ohnishi
Director of Photography: Takeshi Fukuda
Art Advancement: Reiko Kitayama
Assistant Director: Masahiko Watanabe
Color Key: Tsutomu Tsukada
Finishing Advancement: Mitsuo Hagino
In-Between Check: Kumi Nakajou
Music Selection: Hiroyuki Shibue
Negative Editing: Masahiro Goto
Production: Tan Takaiwa
Production Advancement: Toshiro Takamizu
Production manager: Kenkichi Matsushita
Recording: Nobuteru Ikegami
Recording Assistant: Yoshihiko Takeda
Sound Effects: Michihiro Ito
Trace: Yoko Ohori
Xerograph: Tomoko Totsuka
Hikaru Midorikawa as Kaede Rukawa
Takeshi Kusao as Hanamichi Sakuragi

Akiko Hiramatsu as Haruko Akagi
Hideyuki Tanaka as Kiminobu Kogure
Hirohiko Kakegawa as Hikaru Nadaka
Jun'ichi Kanemaru as Ichiro Katsumi
Kiyoyuki Yanada as Takenori Akagi
Ryotaro Okiayu as Hisashi Mitsui
Toshio Furukawa as Micheal Okita
Toshiyuki Morikawa as Youhei Mito
Yoku Shioya as Ryouta Miyagi
Yumi Touma as Eri Fujisawa

Eriko Hara as Ayako
Kôzô Shioya as
Takamiya
Tetsuya Totsuka
Nobuhiko Kazama as
Keiji Tsurumi
Seiji Tsurumi
Shunsuke Shima as Ofuna-sensei
Tomomichi Nishimura as Anzai sensei
Yoshiyuki Kouno as Yoshi Ebina
Yuji Mikimoto as Noma
Japanese companies
Tagalog staff
Tagalog cast
(none)
Charmaine Cordoviz as
Eri Fujisawa
Haruko Akagi
Tagalog companies
Broadcaster: GMA Network
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