Daikengo (TV)

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Alternative title:
Daikengo, il guardiano dello spazio (Italian) 
Daikengo, The Guardian of Space 
El Guardian Espacial Daikengo (Spanish) 
Uchu Mazin Daikengo (Japanese) 
宇宙魔神ダイケンゴー (Japanese) 
Genres: action , drama , erotica , science fiction 
Themes: mecha , super robot 
Objectionable content: Mild 
Plot Summary: Giant robot Daikengo flies through space to re-establish galactic peace; on-board prince Ryger, who ran away from his planet Emperius to defeat the menace out of his reign borders, in order to save his people; Cleo, corrupted prime minister's daughter, help him along with two nice little robots, Anike and Otoke. They fight evil Lady Baracross, leading invasion forces, with her assistant Roboleon, wearing a Napoleon style hat. Daikengo is the first robot with scuttles on his mouth. When he opens them, his vampyre style teeth are shown and he can spit fire. 
Running time: half hour per episode 
Number of episodes: 26 
Episode titles: We have 26
Vintage: 1978-07-27 to 1979-02-15 
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Chief Director: Akira Yahiro 
Music: Hiroshi Tsutsui 
Original Concept: Akiyoshi Sakai 
Art Director: Mitsuki Nakamura 
Mechanical design: Kunio Okawara 
Sound Director: Yasunori Honda 
Background Art: Kazuo Okada 
Director of Photografy: Hideo Okazaki 
Editing: Eiko Nishide 
Main Character Design: Motosuke Takahashi 
Planning: Hisayuki Toriumi 
Production Desk: Masatoshi Yui 
Recording: Atsushi Harada 
Banjou Ginga as
Doctor Gudda 
Emperor Mazeran 
Bin Shimada as Prince Yuugar 
Goro Naya as
Buraiman 
Narration 
Hiroya Ishimaru as Raigar 
Jun Hazumi as Daresu 
Keaton Yamada as Sampson 
Keiko Tomochika as Barakurosu 
Mitsuko Horie as Cleo 
Naoko Tarui as Queen Eliza 
Shigezou Sasaoka as Gorikki 
Takeshi Aono as Roboreon 
Toku Nishio as Anike 
You Inoue as Otoke 
Yuzuru Fujimoto as King Emperia 
Japanese companies
Broadcaster: TV Asahi 
Production:
Studio Nue 
Toei Animation 
Production Cooperation: Green Box 
Spanish staff
Spanish companies
(none)
Broadcaster: Canal Palomitas (Spain) 
Spanish cast
(none)
Italian staff
Italian companies
(none)
Broadcaster:
Euro TV 
Facile TV 
Sitcom 1 (from 30 October 2007) 
Super 3 
SuperSix 
TeleReporter (from 1981) 
Tv7 Pathè 
Distributor: SCREEN 
Dubbing:
CEM 
SCREEN 
Italian cast
Ermanno Ribaudo as Ryger 
Gastone Moschin as
Magellano 
Roboleon 
Liù Bosisio as Sabu 
Lorenzo Macrì as Raiga 
Mariella Furgiuele as
Lady Baracros 
Robot Otoke 
Sabu 
Paola Rinaldi as Principessa Cleo (Rai) 
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