Video Senshi Lezarion (TV)

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Alternative title:
El Super Láser (Spanish) 
Juegos de Guerra Electronicos (Spanish) 
La Espada Laser (Spanish) 
Laserion (Italian) 
Laserión (Spanish) 
Video Warrior Laserion 
ビデオ戦士レザリオン (Japanese) 
Genres: action , adventure , science fiction 
Themes: mecha 
Objectionable content: Mild 
Plot Summary: Takashi Katori is a big fan of online games, and so is his American friend Sarah. However, one of their RPGs goes too far, as their virtual world and the Lezarion robot that Takashi created for the game somehow mix with reality. Takashi is caught, but later the Earth Governement discovers that an evil scientist from the Moon (now a sort of abandoned colony with restricted access) is hacking into virtual worlds and security, so they force Takashi to pilot the Lezarion and, with Sarah's help, fight evil and protect the Earth. 
Number of episodes: 45 
Episode titles: We have 45
1984-03-04 to 1985-02-03 
1987 (Philippines, ABS-CBN) 
Opening Theme:
"Video Senshi Lezarion" by Takayuki Miyauchi 
Ending Theme:
"Heart Full Hotline" by Kumiko Kaori 
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Music: Chuumei Watanabe 
Original creator: Saburo Yatsude 
Character Design: Hideyuki Motohashi 
Animation Director: Kazuhiro Ochi (ep 45) 
Mechanical design:
Akira Hio 
Koichi Ohata 

Key Animation:
Hirotoshi Sano (ep 45) 
Masahito Yamashita (ep 45) 
Osamu Yamasaki (ep 45) 
Yoshinori Kanada (ep 45) 
Theme Song Composition: Chuumei Watanabe (OP,ED) 
Theme Song Performance:
Kumiko Kaori (ED) 
Takayuki Miyauchi (OP) 
Tohru Furuya as Takashi Katori 

Eiji Kanie as Godheid 
Eiko Yamada as Sahara 
Katsuji Mori as Inspire 
Keiichi Noda as General Sylvester 
Keiko Han as Olivia Lawrence 
Masaya Taki as Bluheim 
Noriaki Wakamoto as Charles Danner 

Eiji Kanie as
Emperor Shark 
Katori Kensuke 
Eiko Yamada as Katori Yoko 
Katsuji Mori as
Narrator (eps 24-45) 
Keiichi Noda as Narrator (eps 1-23) 
Keiko Han as Olivia 
Kouji Yada as Gepler 
Kôzô Shioya as Callisto 
Masashi Hironaka as
Jin Katori 
Snakevan (ep 28) 
Masaya Taki as Prominence 
Michitaka Kobayashi as Eric Sid 
Mika Ishizawa as Io 
Noriaki Wakamoto as
Norio Wakamoto as Charles 
Ryoma Yamamoto as Gor 
Yoku Shioya as
Youko Kawanami as Monro 
Japanese companies
Animation Production: Toei Animation 
Broadcaster: Tokyo Broadcasting System 
Mechanical Design: Kaname Production 
Spanish staff
Spanish cast
Javier Ponton as Jimmy Logan / Takashi Katori 
Jordi Pons as Takashi Katori (Spain dub) 
Rocío Robledo as Olivia Lawrence 

Joaquín Gómez as Godheid (Spain dub) 
Juana Molina as Olivia Lawrence (Spain dub) 

Alejandro Abdalah as Dr. Godoy / Godheid 
Edgar Wald as Coronel Mason 
Enrique Garduza as Soldado 
Gabriela León as Sara / Sahara 
Guillermo Romano as General 
Javier Viñas as Mac (Gario) (Spain dub) 
Jorge García as General Silvestre / Sylvester 
Juan Alfonso Carrale as
Richard Logan 
Roberto Alexander as Papá de Jimmy 
Rocío Gallegos as Mounstruo 
Ruth Toscano as Reportera 
Spanish companies
Antena 3 (Spain) 
Canal A (Colombia) 
Italian staff
Italian cast
Alessio Cigliano as Takashi 
Bruno Cattaneo as Charles 
Daniela Caroli as Sarah (2nd voice) 
Giorgio Gusso as
Padre di Takashi 
Graziella Polesinanti as Sarah (1st voice) 
Marco Mete as Dr. Blue Haid 
Monica Ward as Olivia 
Norman Mozzato as God Haid 
Stefano Onofri as David 
Italian companies
Tagalog staff
Tagalog companies
Broadcaster: ABS-CBN 
Tagalog cast

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