Machine Hayabusa (TV)

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Alternative title:
Dash Machine Hayabusa 
Falco il super bolide (Italian) 
Machine Peregrine 
Super Duke (French) 
Автомобиль Хаябусы (Russian) 
السيارة الخارقة , هيابوزا (Arabic) 
السيّارة هيابوزا (Arabic) 
マシンハヤブサ (Japanese) 
Genres: adventure , tournament 
Themes: auto racing 
Objectionable content: Mild 
Plot Summary: The Black Shadows, a shady organization, controls the auto racing world. It uses unscrupulous methods in the races in which ferocious machines are driven. The Saionji racing team, composed of leader Dr. Saionji as well as five young men and a girl, stands up bravely to bring back clean and wholesome racing; while the Black Shadows promoted killer races one after another to make money. The Saionji team undergoes severe training to defeat the evil organization. At last they challenge the devils with a super-efficient machine, the FALCON, developed by Dr. Saionji. 
Running time: half hour per episode 
Number of episodes: 21 
Episode titles: We have 21
Vintage: 1976-04-02 to 1976-09-17 
Opening Theme:
"Dash! Machine Hayabusa" by Ichiro Mizuki 
Ending Theme:
"Grand Prix" by Ichiro Mizuki 
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Screenplay: Masaki Tsuji 
Episode Director: Hidenori Yamaguchi 
Music: Hiroshi Tsutsui 
Original creator: Mikiya Mochizuki 
Character Design: Takao Kozai 
Animation Director:
Kazuhiko Udagawa (eps 7, 14) 
Keisuke Morishita (ep 4) 
Kenzo Koizumi (4 episodes
eps 1, 8, 13, 20
Kinichirou Suzuki (eps 12, 18) 
Masami Suda (eps 15, 21) 
Takao Kozai (ep 5) 
Toshio Mori (eps 3, 11) 
Toshio Nitta (ep 9) 
Yutaka Tanizawa (eps 2, 16) 
Mechanical design: Tadanao Tsuji 
Art design: Hideji Ito 
Producer: Takashi Ogino 

Planning: Yasuo Yamaguchi 
Production: Matsuji Kishimoto 
Recording: Isao Hatano 
Sound Effects: Michihiro Ito 
Theme Song Composition: Koichi Sugiyama (OP, ED) 
Theme Song Performance: Ichiro Mizuki (OP, ED) 
Kazuyuki Sogabe as Ken Hayabusa 

Hiroshi Ohtake as
E-hub Mobiledick 
Goro Mutsu 
Ichirô Nagai as Yousuke Nishionji 
Kaneta Kimotsuki as Shingo Daiwa (2nd) 
Keiko Yamamoto as Kamikaze Hiromu 
Kouji Yada as Shingo Daiwa (1st) 
Norio Wakamoto as Nagareboshi no Ryuu 
Rihoko Yoshida as Sakura Nishionji 
Tetsuo Mizutori as Iwada Tetsuji 
Japanese companies
Backgrounds: Studio Robin 
Broadcaster: TV Asahi 
Development: Toei Chemical Industry 
Production: Toei Animation 
French cast
French staff
Stéphane Garcia as Duke (VHS; eps 1-3) 

Annabelle Roux as Hélène (VHS; eps 1-3) 
Jacques Ebner as Baron Noir (VHS; eps 1-3) 
Jacques Garcia as Zarak (VHS; eps 1-3) 
Jean-Pierre Denys as Professeur (VHS; eps 1-3) 
Jean-Pierre Malardé as
Bob (VHS; eps 1-3) 
Commentateur (VHS; eps 1-3) 
Laurent Hilling as Gregor (VHS; eps 1-3) 
Marcelle Lajeunesse as
Junior (VHS; eps 1-3) 
Kira (VHS; eps 1-3) 
French companies
Distributor: Jacques Canestrier Video (VHS; eps 1-3) 
Italian staff
Italian cast
Tony Fusaro as Ken Falco 

Aldo Barberito as Gatetsu 
Anna Rosa Garatti as
Cristina Grado as Madre di Kamikaze 
Dario De Grassi as Jack la spada (ep 1) 
Emilio Marchesini as Ayab 
Guido Celano as Gatetsu 
Mauro Bosco as Sayongi (2nd voice) 
Rino Bolognesi as
Sayongi (1st voice) 
Sergio Gibello as Yamato 
Sonia Scotti as Romy 
Tonino Accolla as Ryu 
Vittorio Di Prima as Baron 
Italian companies
Italia 1 (from December 1979) 
Italia 7 
Super 3 
Distributor: Cooperativa Sincrovox 

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