Galaxy Express 999 (movie)

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[ alternate retelling of Galaxy Express 999 (TV) ]

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Alternative title:
Galaxy Express 
Galaxy Express 999, Le Film (French) 
Ginga Tetsudo 999 (Japanese) 
銀河鉄道999 (Japanese) 
Genres: adventure , drama , science fiction 
Themes: Flying Train , space , space western 
Objectionable content: Mild 
Plot Summary: After the death of his mother at the hands of the evil robot Count Mecha, young Tetsuro has become a delinquent street urchin who dreams only of revenge. Tetsuro lives in a far future world in which humans have the choice to travel to another planet where they can exchange their bodies for immortal, robotic counterparts. His goal is to someday acquire (through theft) enough money to board the Galaxy Express 999, a train which is capable of traveling through space, and which will take him to the planet of robots. One day, after escaping from the police, he meets the beautiful Maetel, who resembles his mother. She offers to take him on the Galaxy Express 999 to get a robotic body and to get revenge on Count Mecha. Along the journey, the two meet many varied people (including Captain Harlock and Queen Emeraldas), and Tetsuro learns what it means to be human. 
User Ratings: 371 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 67 votes (sub:35, dub:26, raw:3, others:3
2 Spanish subtitled
1 Italian dubbed
)
 Excellent: 79 votes (sub:44, dub:28, edit.dub:3, raw:2, others:2
1 Russian subtitled
1 Spanish subtitled
)
 Very good: 90 votes (sub:47, dub:33, ?:4, edit.dub:1, others:5
2 French subtitled
2 Russian subtitled
1 Spanish dubbed
)
 Good: 58 votes (sub:34, dub:19, ?:2, raw:1, edit.dub:1, others:1
1 French subtitled
)
 Decent: 29 votes (dub:16, sub:12, edit.dub:1)
 So-so: 22 votes (dub:11, sub:9, ?:2)
 Not really good: 7 votes (dub:3, sub:3, edit.dub:1)
 Weak: 12 votes (sub:8, dub:3, ?:1)
 Bad: 3 votes (dub:2, sub:1)
 Awful: 1 vote (edit.dub:1)
 Worst ever: 3 votes (dub:2, ?:1)
Seen in part or in whole by 816 users, rank: #1229 (of 5986)
Median rating: Very good
Arithmetic mean: 7.714 (Very good−), std. dev.: 1.9768, rank: #858 (of 5980)
Weighted mean: 7.657 (Very good−), rank: #815 (of 5980) (seen all: 7.73 / seen some: 6.10 / won't finish: 3.61)
Bayesian estimate: 7.653 (Very good−), rank: #620 (of 4520)
Running time: 128 minutes 
Vintage: 1979-08-04
Premiere date:
1979-08-04 (Japan) 
Release dates: We have 1
Opening Theme:
"Ginga Tetsudou 999" by Isao Sasaki 
Ending Theme:
"The Galaxy Express 999" by Godiego 
Official website:
Toei Animation-Oldies (Japanese) 
Trivia: We have 1
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DVD (Region 1)
    Galaxy Express 999 (DVD) 2011-06-28 (from $12.17)

Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Rintaro 
Script: Shiro Ishimori 
Original creator: Leiji Matsumoto 
Character Design: Kazuo Komatsubara 
Animation Director: Kazuo Komatsubara 
Mechanical design: Katsumi Itabashi 
Executive producer: Chiaki Imada 

Assistant Director:
Masayuki Oozeki 
Takao Yoshizawa 
Production manager: Saburo Yokoi 
Sound Effects: Akihiko Matsuda 
Supervision: Kon Ichikawa 
Theme Song Arrangement: Micky Yoshino 
Theme Song Composition: Yukihide Takekawa 
Theme Song Lyrics:
Keisuke Yamashita 
Yoko Narahashi 
Theme Song Performance: Godiego 
Masako Ikeda as Maetel 
Masako Nozawa as Tetsurō Hoshino 

Kei Tomiyama as Tochirō Ōyama 
Makio Inoue as Captain Harlock 
Reiko Tajima as Emeraldas 

Akiko Tsuboi as Kanae Hoshino(Tetsurō's mother) 
Banjou Ginga as
Captian of the Guard 
Lactose Intolerant Thug 
Goro Naya as Doctor Ban 
Hidekatsu Shibata as Kikai Hakushaku(Count Mecha) 
Kaneta Kimotsuki as Conductor 
Kouji Totani as Bandit 
Miyoko Asou as Setsuko Ōyama(Tochiro's mother) 
Noriko Ohara as
Mime 
Ryūzu 
Ryoko Kinomiya as Promethium 
Ryuuji Saikachi as Bartender 
Tatsuya Jo as Narrator 
Toshiko Fujita as Shadow 
Yasuo Hisamatsu as Antares 
Youko Asagami as Claire 

Japanese companies
Animation: Oh! Production 
Mechanical Design: Studio Nue (Arcadia) 
Music Production: Columbia Music Entertainment 
Production: Toei Animation 
English staff
English cast
Screenplay: Trish Ledoux 
Art Director: Yoshiyuki Higuchi 
Translation: Takayuki Karahashi 
Executive producer: Seiji Horibuchi 
Dialogue Director: Karl Willems 
Dialogue Editing:
Tim Bavis 
Travis Smith 
Packaging Design: Hidemi Sahara 
Production Coordination: Diana Gage 
Promotion/Publicity: Bob Ryan 
Re-Recording Mixing: Kelly Frey 
Recording Assistant: Trevor Smith 
Kathleen Barr as Maetel 
Saffron Henderson as Tetsuro 

John Payne as Tochiro 
Nicole Oliver as Emeraldas 
Scott McNeil as Harlock 

Daphne Goldrick as Tochiro's Mother 
Don Brown as
Antares 
Narrator 
Gerard Plunkett as Dr. Ban 
Jane Perry as Shadow 
Janyse Jaud as Claire 
Kathleen Barr as
Prometheum 
Tetsuro's Mother 
Paul Dobson as Count Mecha 
Terry Klassen as The Conductor 
Willow Johnson as Ryuzu 

English companies
Broadcaster:
Sci-Fi Channel 
SPACE 
Licensed by:
Discotek Media 
Viz Media 
Recording Studio: The Ocean Group 
French cast
French staff
(none)
Philippe David as Tetsuro Hoshino 
Stéphanie Lafforgue as Maetel 

Antoine Tome as Toshiro 
Dominique Lelong as Emeraldas 

Cathy Cerda as
mère de Tetsuro 
mère de Toshiro 
Shadow 
Christine Paris as
Luz 
Promethium 
Cyrille Artaux as le contrôleur 
Frédéric Cerdal as
Antarès 
Comte Mécanique 
Gérard Rouzier as Albator 
Philippe Roullier as
Dr Ban 
narrateur 
French companies
Broadcaster: Mangas 
Distributor: Déclic Images 
Dubbing: Studio Chinkel 
Italian staff
Italian cast
Dubbing Director: Gabriella Rasero 
Translation: Amanda Ronzoni 
Antonella Baldini as Maetel 
Simone Crisari as Tetsuro Hoshino 

Laura Lenghi as Esmeralda 
Massimo Rossi as Capitan Harlock 
Roberto Del Giudice as Tochiro Oyama 

Antonella Rinaldi as Madre di Tochiro 
Beatrice Margiotti as
Madre di Tetsuro 
Shadow 
Dario Penne as Bartender 
Gabriele Carrara as Faust 
Ilaria Latini as Mime' 
Maura Cenciarelli as Claire 
Michele Kalamera as Antares 
Mino Caprio as Capotreno 
Stefania Romagnoli as Promesium 
Italian companies
Distributor: Yamato Video 
Dubbing: Promovision 
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