Baton (movie)

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Alternative title:
バトン (Japanese) 
Genres: action , science fiction 
Themes: cyberpunk , robots 
Objectionable content: Mild 
Plot Summary: It all started with a stowaway... when Apollo, a robot that looks like a human found a Cipher chip. Shortly after that Apollo started to acted strange and Mikaru, his human friend that looks like a robot, took him to the doctors. But nothing is the same as before and soon they're on their run while the truth about the Cipher chip and what had happened to Apollo reveals itself. 
Running time: 65 minutes 
Vintage: 2009-04-28 to 2009-09-27 
Release dates: We have 1
Ending Theme:
"Tsutaete ~ pass it on" by Tomoko Tane 
Comment:
Baton is broken into three roughly episode-length segments. 
Baton showing exclusively for the 150th anniversary of Yokohama. 
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Ryuhei Kitamura 
Script: Shunji Iwai 
Music: Nobuhiko Morino 
Character Design: Masayuki Gotou 
Art Director: Antonio Canobbio (Titmouse) 
Animation Director: Mark Brooks (Titmouse) 
Producer: Shunji Iwai 

Animation producer: Eric Calderon (Titmouse) 
Attorney: David Smith 
Photography: Takumi Furuya 
Producer Assistant: Rhona Medina 
Theme Song: Tomoko Tane 
Aya Ueto as Mikaru 
Hayato Ichihara as Apollo 
Tatsuya Fujiwara as Cipher 

Takashi Naito as Tomboy 

Hiroyuki Watanabe as Robot Guard 
IZAM as Mysterious Man 
Kane Kosugi as Saturn 
Kazushi Sakuraba as Robot Guard 
Kenji Kohashi as Passenger 
Masakatsu Funaki as Hades 
Miki Yoshimura as Lucy 
Mimura as Hiroko Yazaki 
Monsieur Kamayatsu as Observer 
NorA as Medusa 
Ren Osugi as Dr. Newton 
Shintaro Matsubara as Artemis 
Japanese companies
Animation: Titmouse 
Animation Production Company: Wild Boar Media 
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