Slam Dunk: Hoero Basketman Tamashii! Hanamichi to Rukawa no Atsuki Natsu (movie)

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[ sequel of Slam Dunk: Shōhoku Saidai no Kiki! Moero Sakuragi Hanamichi (movie) ]

Alternative title:
Slam Dunk movie 4 
スラムダンク 吠えろバスケットマン魂!花道と流川の熱き夏 (Japanese) 
Genres: drama , slice of life , tournament 
Themes: basketball , game 
Objectionable content: Mild 
Plot Summary: Ichiro Mizusawa, a player from Rukawa's old junior high school, Tomigoaka, is diagnosed with a crippling leg condition and wants to play one last game with Rukawa. Hanamichi sets out to help the boy and fulfill his wish. 
User Ratings: 80 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 6 votes (sub:6)
 Excellent: 15 votes (sub:15)
 Very good: 25 votes (sub:23, others:2
2 Spanish subtitled
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 Good: 18 votes (sub:12, raw:1, others:5
1 Italian subtitled
1 Portuguese subtitled
1 Spanish subtitled
1 Russian subtitled
1 French subtitled
)
 Decent: 10 votes (sub:9, others:1
1 Italian subtitled
)
 So-so: 3 votes (sub:3)
 Not really good: 1 vote (sub:1)
 Weak: 2 votes (sub:1, others:1
1 Spanish subtitled
)
 Bad: -
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 Worst ever: -
Seen in part or in whole by 231 users, rank: #2445 (of 5923)
Median rating: Very good
Arithmetic mean: 7.575 (Very good−), std. dev.: 1.4813, rank: #1066 (of 5916)
Weighted mean: 7.491 (Good+), rank: #1063 (of 5916) (seen all: 7.49)
Bayesian estimate: 7.497 (Good+), rank: #847 (of 4471)
Running time: 40 minutes 
Vintage: 1995-07-15
Premiere date:
1995-07-15 (Japan) 
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Masayuki Akihi 
Screenplay: Yoshiyuki Suga 
Original Manga: Takehiko Inoue 
Art Director: Nobuto Sakamoto 
Animation Director: Youichi Ohnishi 
Director of Photography: Rikiya Matsushita 
Executive producer:
Tan Takaiwa 
Tomio Anzai 
Tsutomu Tomari 

Art Advancement: Reiko Kitayama 
Assistant Art Director: Masami Hagiwara 
Color Key: Tsutomu Tsukada 
Editing: Shigeru Nishiyama 
Finish Check: Hiroshi Morita 
Finishing Advancement: Mitsuo Hagino 
In-Between Check: Kumi Nakajou 
Negative Editing: Masahiro Goto 
Production Advancement: Toshiro Takamizu 
Production manager: Kenkichi Matsushita 
Recording: Nobuteru Ikegami 
Recording Assistant: Yoshihiko Takeda 
Sound Effects: Takahisa Ishino 
Technical Assistant: Mikio Mori 
Trace: Yoko Ohori 
Xerograph: Yaeko Kanai 
Takeshi Kusao as Sakuragi Hanamichi 

Akiko Hiramatsu as Haruko Akagi 
Akira Ishida as Ichiro Mizusawa 
Hikaru Midorikawa as Kaede Rukawa 
Kiyoyuki Yanada as Takenori Akagi 
Ryotaro Okiayu as Hisashi Mitsui 
Tomomichi Nishimura as Anzai-sensei 
Yoku Shioya as Ryouta Miyagi 
Yoshino Takamori as Akane Mizusawa 

Eriko Hara as Ayako 
Hideyuki Tanaka as
Kiminobu Kogure 
Narrator 
Kôzô Shioya as Takamiya 
Manami Nakayama as Akane Misuzawa 
Nobutoshi Hayashi as Okusu 
Toshiyuki Morikawa as Mito 
Yuji Mikimoto as Noma 
Japanese companies
Tagalog staff
Tagalog cast
(none)
Charmaine Cordoviz as Haruko Akagi 
Tagalog companies
Broadcaster: GMA Network 
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