Tatakae!! Ramenman (TV)

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Alternative title:
闘将!!拉麵男 (Japanese) 
闘将!!拉麺男 (Japanese) 
Genres: action , adventure 
Themes: martial arts 
Objectionable content: Significant 
Plot Summary: After witnessing his own father being killed by the Cobra Gang, Ramenman seeks help from Chen Sou-Mei in how to average his own father. In order to get his vengence, Ramenman must master the ways of Choujin Martial Arts. After spending 12 years of training from his master, Ramenman is now on a journey to defeat the entire Cobra Gang. 
Number of episodes: 35 
Episode titles: We have 35
Vintage: 1988-01-10 to 1988-09-11 
Opening Theme:
"Kagayake! Ramenman" (輝け!ラーメンマン) by Junichirō Oda 
Ending Theme:
"Kibō eno Tabi" (希望への旅) by Junichirō Oda 
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Series Director: Masayuki Akehi 
Music: Keiichi Oku 
Original Manga: Yudetamago 
Character Design: Yasuhiro Yamaguchi 
Producer: Masahisa Saeki 

Background Art Design: Makoto Sakamoto 
Katsuji Mori as Victory Ramenman 
Minori Matsushima as Shumai 

Bin Shimada as Kassatsujizaiken Jackie Lee  (4 episodes
eps 8, 15, 22-23
)
 
Hideyuki Hori as Chuchai (8 episodes
eps 11, 15, 27, 29-33
)
 
Hiroko Emori as
Emperor Laobing (eps 20-23, 28-33) 
Ramenman (young)  (young; 6 episodes
eps 1-2, 7, 9-10, 33
)
 
Ichirô Nagai as Chen Zongming (Chin Sōmei) 
Isamu Tanonaka as Kyonpi 
Kazuko Sugiyama as Mapo (8 episodes
eps 6, 10, 17-18, 22, 28-29, 33
)
 
Ken Yamaguchi as Hogan (7 episodes
eps 22-23, 27, 29, 31-33
)
 
Kenji Utsumi as Gyokuō (Jewel King; 13 episodes
eps 6, 8, 11, 16, 22-23, 27-33
)
 
Michie Tomizawa as Takenoko  (14 episodes
eps 6, 10, 17-18, 20-23, 28-33
)
 
Norio Wakamoto as Kinnikuken Banboro  (4 episodes
eps 10, 15, 22-23
)
 
Yousuke Akimoto as Quancao (Kensō; 9 episodes
eps 7, 22-23, 27-29, 31-33
)
 
Yuriko Yamamoto as La-Niang  (15 episodes
eps 6-7, 10, 17-18, 20-23, 28-33
)
 
Yusaku Yara as Dokuroken Gundam  (11 episodes
eps 2, 15, 22-23, 27-33
)
 

Asami Mukaidono as Tofu (ep 19) 
Atsushi Ii as Head Fisherman (ep 19) 
Banjou Ginga as
Hogan (eps 9, 15) 
Jinlong (Kinryū; ep 13) 
Kinjishiken Kinryū 
Chie Koujiro as Gyōza (ep 9) 
Chieko Honda as Barbara  (eps 29-30) 
Chika Sakamoto as Tanmen (ep 5) 
Chikao Ohtsuka as
Heilong (Kokuryū; ep 15) 
Sodom (eps 17-18) 
Daisuke Gouri as
Andre (ep 11) 
Chuchai's Coach (ep 31) 
Clayman (Dogūman; ep 8) 
Dogūman 
Jian (Kan; ep 10) 
Kakuei 
Kakushō (ep 6) 
Large Trouper (ep 6) 
Magnum (eps 20-21) 
Martial Artist (ep 12) 
Ramenman Killer (ep 16) 
Hideyuki Hori as Muey Thai Chuuchai 
Hirohiko Kakegawa as
Customer (ep 3) 
Keiki  (ep 6) 
Monk C (eps 14, 24) 
Hiroko Emori as
Emperor Lo Lao-Ping 
Toutei 
Hiromi Tsuru as
Maitake (ep 13) 
Reira 
Hiroshi Ohtake as
Baocai (Hōzai; ep 17) 
Boss (ep 26) 
Janku 
Jūjiken Kokuryū 
Junk (ep 1) 
Hiroyuki Satou as
Bandit (ep 2) 
Customer (ep 3) 
Ginki (ep 6) 
Monk (ep 24) 
Houchu Ohtsuka as Pitan 
Ichirô Nagai as
Master Chen Sou-Mei 
Mongol Tiger (ep 20) 
Narrator 
Ikuya Sawaki as
Fu Yung Hai (eps 22-23) 
High Priest (ep 25) 
Karasukenpō Harusame  (ep 16) 
Jouji Yanami as Old Crow Man (ep 16) 
Kan Tokumaru as
Huangying (Kō'ō; eps 27, 33) 
Yifan (ep 14) 
Katsuji Mori as Mongol Tiger (ep 21) 
Kazuko Sugiyama as Ma-Po 
Kazumi Tanaka as
Fuki  (ep 6) 
Jam (ep 1) 
Jamu 
Shandong (Santon; ep 19) 
Kazuo Oka as Miangui (Menki; eps 27, 32) 
Keiichi Nanba as Linbiao (eps 17-18) 
Keiko Yamamoto as Bihun (ep 13) 
Ken Yamaguchi as Ryuuseiken Hogan 
Kenji Utsumi as Tosatsuki Gyokuou 
Kiyoshi Kobayashi as Kokushoku Maō 
Kôichi Kitamura as Shinjuku no Chichi (ep 13) 
Kouichi Hashimoto as Chen (eps 20-21) 
Kouji Totani as
Bailong (Byakuryū; eps 14, 26) 
Chūgan (ep 9) 
Django (ep 1) 
Fujimidō Byakuryū 
Jango 
Wang Huangdi (ep 11) 
Kouji Yada as Layou (ep 18) 
Kôzô Shioya as Tun (ep 10) 
Masaharu Satou as
Marvelous Hagler (ep 8) 
Tiaolong (Chōryū; eps 27, 32-33) 
Tie Guanyin (Tekkannon; ep 19) 
Treasurer (ep 13) 
Village Elder (ep 5) 
Yinjiao (Ginkaku; eps 3-4) 
Masako Miura as Ai-Ling (ep 11) 
Masako Nozawa as Chao-Fan (ep 12) 
Masato Hirano as
Brody's Gang (ep 5) 
Gundam's Student A (ep 2) 
Hiryū  (ep 6) 
Kōki  (ep 6) 
Kong (ep 10) 
Liu (ep 20) 
Martial Artist (ep 11) 
Minion (eps 21, 26) 
Monk A (eps 14, 24) 
Naruto's Father (ep 4) 
Shōgan (ep 9) 
Stray Crow (ep 16) 
Villager (ep 19) 
Yanliu (Enryū; eps 27, 30-31) 
Masaya Taki as Tongfu (ep 7) 
Michitaka Kobayashi as
Brody's Gang (ep 5) 
Gundam's Student B (ep 2) 
Kinki  (ep 6) 
Monk B (ep 14) 
Zhen (Chin; ep 10) 
Mie Suzuki as Zha Cai (young; ep 10) 
Minori Matsushima as Shao-Mai 
Minoru Inaba as
Longwei (Ryūbi; ep 11) 
Miedeyama (ep 12) 
Zhanma (Zanba; ep 8) 
Mitsuko Horie as Uzura (ep 2) 
Miyoko Aoba as
Child (ep 2) 
Fu (ep 13) 
Naoko Watanabe as
Menma (ep 1) 
Paigumian (young; ep 7) 
Naomi Itō as Naruto's Mother (ep 4) 
Noriko Tsukase as Annin  (Hangnyin; ep 26) 
Noriko Uemura as
Bulan Daoshi (eps 27-33) 
Hubin (ep 19) 
Traveller (ep 26) 
Wang (ep 13) 
Ryouichi Tanaka as Longjing (ep 19) 
Seizo Katou as Míng (ep 12) 
Shinji Nakae as Somenman 
Shinji Ogawa as Somenman (ep 1) 
Shozo Iizuka as Shiranui Tameemon (ep 12) 
Takaya Hashi as
Mercury Chaashuumen 
Mercury Charsiuman (eps 3-4) 
Xianqiang (Kenkyō; ep 12) 
Takkou Ishimori as Yuebing (Geppei; eps 24-25) 
Tamio Ohki as Ka-Tar (eps 20-21) 
Teiyu Ichiryusai as Kinnikuken Banboro (young) 
Tesshô Genda as King Kong Brody (ep 5) 
Toku Nishio as
Cross (ep 13) 
Munta  (ep 14) 
Tomiko Suzuki as Wonton (ep 12) 
Tomomichi Nishimura as
Harumaki (ep 9) 
High Priest (ep 25) 
Yasuo Tanaka as Longshen (Ryūjin; 6 episodes
eps 27-28, 30-33
)
 
Yousuke Akimoto as Shoukokurou Kensou 
Yuji Mikimoto as
High Priest (ep 25) 
Jingang (Kongō; eps 27-30) 
Jinjiao (Kinkaku; eps 3-4) 
Traveller (ep 26) 
Yumiko Shibata as Naruto (eps 3-4) 
Yutaka Shimaka as
Clone Fighter #29 (Yunlong; eps 24-25) 
Gomorrah (eps 17-18) 
Raiden (ep 12) 

Japanese companies
Broadcaster: Nippon Television Network 
Production: Toei Animation 
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