Speed Racer X (TV)

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[ remake of Speed Racer (TV) ]

Alternative title:
As Novas Aventuras de Speed Racer (Portuguese)
Las nuevas aventuras de Meteoro (Spanish)
Mach Go Go Go [1997] (Japanese)
Meteoro X (Spanish)
Speed Racer 2000 (Japanese)
マッハGoGoGo (Japanese)
Themes: auto racing
Objectionable content: Mild
Plot Summary: Following the footsteps of his brother, who was apparently killed in a race accident, Go Hibiki races the competition in the Mach 5—a special race car built by his father.
User Ratings: 51 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 1 vote (dub:1)
 Excellent: -
 Very good: 1 vote (sub:1)
 Good: 5 votes (dub:3, edit.dub:2)
 Decent: 9 votes (dub:4, edit.dub:2, ?:1, others:2
1 Spanish dubbed
1 Swedish dubbed
 So-so: 13 votes (dub:9, edit.dub:2, sub:1, others:1
1 Portuguese dubbed
 Not really good: 4 votes (dub:3, sub:1)
 Weak: 10 votes (dub:8, edit.dub:1, others:1
1 Spanish dubbed
 Bad: 3 votes (edit.dub:1, dub:1, others:1
1 Portuguese dubbed
 Awful: 3 votes (dub:3)
 Worst ever: 2 votes (sub:1, dub:1)
Seen in part or in whole by 228 users, rank: #2513 (of 6016)
Median rating: So-so
Arithmetic mean: 4.451 (Not really good+), std. dev.: 2.061, rank: #5730 (of 6009)
Weighted mean: 4.452 (Not really good+), rank: #5742 (of 6009) (seen all: 4.88 / seen some: 4.58 / won't finish: 3.09)
Bayesian estimate: 5.039 (So-so), rank: #4494 (of 4575)
Running time: half hour per episode
Number of episodes: 34
Episode titles: We have 34
1997-01-09 to 1997-09-24
2002-08-25 to 2002-11-10 (USA)
Opening Theme:
#1: "Junbaku no Energy" by Kentaro Hayami
#2: "Mach Go Go Go 1997" by Kentaro Hayami
Ending Theme:
#1: "Fly to The Dream" by Youko Kubota
#2: "Eien no Densetsu" by Youko Kubota
Trivia: We have 1
The series aired in the U.S. on Nickelodeon's SLAM! programming block. Unfortunately, it went off the air after a few weeks when Nickelodeon discontinued the SLAM! block without warning. The future of the series is uncertain, as Speed Racer Enterprises and DiC Entertainment are involved in a long-standing legal battle over copyright control.
While 52 episodes of Speed Racer 2000 were supposed to have been produced, only 34 were broadcast.
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Series Director: Hiroshi Sasagawa
Episode Director:
Hiroyuki Ishido
Masashi Abe
Original creator:
Ippei Kuri
Tatsuo Yoshida
Director of Photography: Koutaro Yokoyama
Kenji Yoshida
Yumi Murase (TV Tokyo)

Color design: Manami Aoyama
Key Animation:
Hiroyuki Imaishi (OP 1-2; eps 4, 34)
Nobutake Ito (ep 1)
Yusuke Yoshigaki (ep 20)
Kouichi Toochika as Gou Hibiki

Minori Inaba as Daisuke Hibiki
Toshiyuki Morikawa as Kenichi Hibiki

Atsuko Tanaka as Gou Hibiki(young)
Motoko Kumai as Wataru
Japanese companies
English staff
English cast
ADR Director: David Criden
Executive producer: Andy Heyward

Associate producer: Nicole Thuault
David Lelyveld as James "Speed" Racer

Chris Chaney as
Spritle Fontaine
Trixie Fontaine
Jackson Daniels as Lionel "Pops" Racer
Joshua Seth as Sparky
Michelle Ruff as Mom Racer
Richard Epcar as Racer X
English companies
ADR Production: Media Concepts
Brodcaster: Nickelodeon (SLAM!)
Dubbing:: DiC Entertainment
Spanish cast
Spanish staff
Dubbing Director: Rafael Gómez

Rafael Gómez as Announcer
Wolfang Galindo as Meteoro (Speed Racer)

Camilo Rodriguez as Rex Racer
Diana Beltrán as Bujía
Mario Gutiérrez as Chispita
Mónica Valencia as Mom Racer
Nancy Cortés as Trixie Fontaine
Rodrigo Marulanda as Lionel "Pops"Racer

Alfonso Grau as Hessier
Andrés Marulanda as Junior
Carlos Villegas as Crasher Kid
Eleazar Osorio as Balboa
Leonardo Salas as Mikhail
Luzgeyle Poveda as Sonja
Shirley Marulanda as Catherine
Spanish companies
Broadcaster: Cartoon Network L.A.
Dubbing: Provideo S.A. (Colombia)
Tagalog staff
Tagalog companies
Broadcaster: TV5 (ABC5)
Tagalog cast
Portuguese staff
Portuguese cast
Dubbing Director: Wendel Bezerra
Wendel Bezerra as Speed Racer

Cassius Romero as Corredor X
Letícia Quinto as Trixie
Rodrigo Andreatto as Sparky
Tiago Keplermaier as Gorducho
Valter Santos as Pops
Portuguese companies
Broadcaster: Cartoon Network L.A. (Brasil) (Brazil)
Dubbing Studio: Álamo
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