Dororo (TV)

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Alternative title:
Dororo and Hyakkimaru
Dororo to Hyakkimaru (Japanese)
どろろと百鬼丸 (Japanese)
Themes: historical
Objectionable content: Mild
Plot Summary: Hyakkimaru is a young man who lacks 48 body parts because they were taken from him by demons before birth, as payment by his father, Kagemitsu Daigo, to obtain his wish to take over the country. When the baby boy was born he was missing 48 parts of his body, and thus was abandoned—thrown into a river. Hyakkimaru has grown up and now has obtained fake body parts so he can eliminate the 48 demons that were made from his body, and to retrieve his missing parts. Along for the adventure is the boy thief, Dororo, with whom he becomes friends.
Running time: 23 minutes per episode
Number of episodes: 26
Episode titles: We have 26
Vintage: 1969-04-06 to 1969-09-28
Opening Theme:
"Dororo no Uta" by Toshiko Fujita
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DVD (Region 1)
    Dororo - Complete Series (Sub.DVD) 2016-04-26 (from $32.47)

Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Series Director: Gisaburō Sugii
Storyboard: Yoshiyuki Tomino
Episode Director:
Chikao Katsui (eps 7-8, 15)
Hideaki Kitano (eps 18, 26)
Hideo Nishimaki (ep 9)
Hiroshi Minamikawa (eps 10, 21)
Kunihiko Okazaki (ep 22)
Masaharu Endo (ep 2)
Noboru Ishiguro (ep 19)
Norio Hikone (ep 12)
Osamu Dezaki (eps 1, 6, 11)
Ryousuke Takahashi (5 episodes
eps 5, 13, 17, 20, 22
)

Seiji Okuda (eps 14, 23)
Taku Sugiyama (eps 24-25)
Yoshiyuki Tomino (eps 3-4, 16)
Music: Isao Tomita
Original creator: Osamu Tezuka
Art Director: Hachiro Tsukima
Animation Director:
Hideaki Kitano
Teruhito Ueguchi
Sound Director: Atsumi Tashiro
Director of Photography: Akifumi Kumagai
Producer: Tatsuo Shibayama

Animation: Mitsuo Shindo
Background Art: Sadakazu Akashi
Camera: Akihiko Mori
In-Between Animation: Yoshiaki Kawajiri
Production Assistant: Shuichi Kanazawa
Production Chief: Hideo Katayama
Production Support: Masami Iwasaki
Sound Effects: Mitsuru Kashiwabara
Supervision: Tatsuo Ikeuchi
Theme Song Performance: Toshiko Fujita (OP)
Minori Matsushima as Dororo
Nachi Nozawa as Hyakkimaru

Junpei Takiguchi as Biwa Hōshi

Eiko Masuyama as Ochii/Monmon
Eken Mine as
Sakuzaemon
Village Headsman
Goro Naya as
Kagemitsu Daigo
Narrator
Tanosuke
Haruko Kitahama as
Bandai
Nui-nokata
Hideo Nakamura as Tahomaru
Hisashi Katsuta as Shinsuke
Junpei Takiguchi as Zatou
Katsue Miwa as Sukeroku
Kinto Tamura as Kane-kozo
Kôichi Kitamura as Tokubei
Mariko Mukai as Osushi Niki
Masaaki Okabe as
Itachi no Saigo
Majin
Masako Nozawa as Sukeroku
Michiko Nomura as Sayo
Reiko Mutoh as Mio
Reiko Seno as Ojiya
Shuusei Nakamura as Tahōmaru
Takashi Toyama as Hibukuro
Tamio Ohki as Kageyuki Tokino

Japanese companies
English staff
English companies
(none)
Licensed by: Discotek Media
English cast
(none)
Italian staff
Italian cast
Translation: Stefano Pirone

Editing: Mirko Spanò
(none)
Italian companies
Distributor: Dynit
Internet Streaming: VVVVID

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