Gekijōban Gintama Kanketsu-hen: Yorozuya yo Eien Nare (movie)

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[ related to Gintama: The Movie ]

Alternative title:
劇場版 銀魂 完結篇: 万事屋よ永遠なれ (Japanese) 
Plot Summary: While watching a movie, Gintoki comes upon a "movie thief," a figure in Japanese culture often depicted as a man with a video camera as a head. After scolding the movie thief for his actions, he finds himself warped into another world via the camera lens. In this world, 5 years have passed, and not only has the land of Edo changed into an apocalyptic wasteland, but Kagura has changed into a beautiful woman with no Chinese speech pattern, Shinpachi has turned into a cool samurai who is not a tsukkomi anymore, and the Gintoki of this time has gone missing, though he is assumed to be dead. Gintoki is determined to find out the truth of the deadly sickness that is ravaging Edo, and also to understand the feelings of Kagura and Shinpachi, who have been trying to deal with their leader's disappearance. 
User Ratings: 87 ratings have been given [details]
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Seen in part or in whole by 135 users, rank: #3107 (of 5999)
Median rating: Excellent
Arithmetic mean: 8.966 (Excellent), std. dev.: 1.1982, rank: #60 (of 5995)
Weighted mean: 8.869 (Excellent), rank: #65 (of 5995) (seen all: 8.87)
Bayesian estimate: 8.707 (Excellent−), rank: #26 (of 4548)
Running time: 110 minutes 
Vintage: 2013-07-06
Premiere date:
2013-07-06 (Japan) 
Ending Theme:
#1: "Genjō Distraction (現場ディストラクション;Scene of the Crime Destruction)" by SPYAIR 
#2: "Pray" by Tommy heavenly6 
Insert song:
"Genjō Distraction (現場ディストラクション;Scene of the Crime Destruction)" by SPYAIR 
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Yoichi Fujita 
Screenplay: Akatsuki Yamatoya 
Story: Hideaki Sorachi 
Original creator: Hideaki Sorachi 
Original Character Design: Hideaki Sorachi 
Character Design: Shinji Takeuchi 
Art Director: Yuki Nomura 
Chief Animation Director: Shinji Takeuchi 
Sound Director: Katsuyoshi Kobayashi 
Cgi Director: Yutaka Nakajima 
Director of Photography: Ei Rouhei 
2nd Key Animation:
Ai Mochida 
Aki Yamauchi (Studio Wanpack) 
Akinou Kojima 
Asami Shimizu (Studio Kuma) 
Ayaka Nakajima 
Chiaki Nakamura 
Chie Nagano (Studio Comet) 
Chiharu Kataoka (PRA) 
Emi Udagawa 
Eri Nagata 
Eri Shikita (Wish) 
Eriko Miwa 
Fumiya Uehara (PRA) 
Haruka Sakai (Studio Gimlet) 
Hatsumi Takahashi 
Hayao Ōkawa (Art Base Ban) 
Hiroaki Ikeda (Studio Wanpack) 
Hiroko Yasutome 
Hironobu Dannoura 
Hiroto Nakagawa (Anime R) 
Hisaya Kuwabara (Studio Gamei) 
Hitomi Tsukui 
Hitoshi Katsura (Studio Gimlet) 
Ikue Yoshima 
Jia Mei Deng (Sunrise Animation Studio) 
Junya Sato (Kyushu Animation) 
Kae Takakura 
Kaori Nakamura (Studio Elle) 
Kasumi Kikuchi 
Kasumi Oota 
Kayoko Suzuki 
Kazu Yasui (Anime R) 
Kei Oohashi 
Ken Kazamatsuri (Art Base Ban) 
Kohei Takahashi (Art Base Ban) 
Komami Yoshida (Sunrise Animation Studio) 
Kozue Tanaami 
Kumiko Onaga 
Mariko Nishimura (Anime R) 
Mayumi Kowada 
Michiko Ōtani (PRA) 
Mitsuaki Takabe 
Miyuki Nakagawa (Studio Gimlet) 
Miyuki Sasagawa 
Moe Miyazaki 
Mutsuaki Murata 
Naomi Takehara 
Narumi Takahashi 
Reiko Saito 
Rie Shintani (Art Base Ban) 
Ryo Ishimaru 
Ryo Kagawa (Art Base Ban) 
Saori Hosoda (Studio Gimlet) 
Satoko Shimoji (Studio Comet) 
Shiki Yamada (Kyushu Animation) 
Shino Ikeda 
Shirou Tamashiro (Studio Kuma) 
Shoko Muroyama (Studio Wanpack) 
Shunsuke Masuda 
Somsak Mahamongkol (Studio Kuma) 
Surasak Papijit (Studio Kuma) 
Takumi Nishiwaki 
Teppei Okuda (Kyushu Animation) 
Tomoka Noumi (Sunrise Animation Studio) 
Tomoko Higashiyama (Anime R) 
Tomoko Nitta 
Tomomi Noda (Sunrise Animation Studio) 
Tomoyasu Kudo (Sunrise Animation Studio) 
Tomoyuki Kitamura 
Yasuyuki Tada (Studio Cockpit) 
Yohei Fujino (Kyushu Animation) 
Yōko Fukushima (Studio Wanpack) 
Yōna Okada 
Yoshiaki Taniguchi 
Yoshiko Imasato 
Yosuji Kudo 
Youko Kuboyama 
Yūichi Matsumoto (Anime R) 
Yuji Takahashi 
Yuki Deguchi (Studio Gimlet) 
Yumiko Totsu 
Yūsuke Kawabe 
Yusuke Suzuki (Wish) 
Art Assistant: Hiroshi Sugano 
Assistant Animation Director:
Masayuki Ozaki 
Natsuki Egami 
Assistant Director of Photography: Megumi Fujisaka 
Color design: Ritsuko Utagawa 
Color Design Assistant: Takuya Ogaki 
Color setting:
Michiko Watanabe (Wish) 
Mizue Ueda (Wish) 
Yoko Suzuki (Studio Elle) 
Design: Tadashi Oppata 
Editing:
Hiromi Sasaki (Seyama Editing Room) 
Rie Matsubara (Seyama Editing Room) 
Takeshi Seyama 
In-Between Check:
Mao Yumoto (Wish) 
Mineko Suzuki (Wish) 
Nozomu Ichijo (Wish) 
Takahiro Nawa 
Insert Song Performance: SPYAIR 
Planning Assistant:
Shuhei Hosono (Weekly Shonen Jump Editorial Dept.) 
Sukeyuki Honda (Weekly Shonen Jump Editorial Dept.) 
Yoshihisa Heishi (Weekly Shonen Jump Editorial Dept.) 
Production Advancement Chief: Kika Tsukamoto 
Production Assistant: Naho Tomomatsu 
Production Committee:
Akiko Odawara (TV Tokyo) 
Atsuhiro Iwakami (Aniplex) 
Atsushi Terada (Dentsu) 
Chuya Ishida (Bandai) 
Fumio Shimizu (Warner Bros. Movies) 
Hayato Saga (Dentsu) 
Hiroyuki Shimizu (Aniplex) 
Kaeko Suzusho (TV Tokyo) 
Kazuko Yamamoto (Aniplex) 
Kenichiro Ikeuchi (Sunrise) 
Kensuke Ōta (Sunrise) 
Koichi Kiyota (Sunrise) 
Kumiko Kato (Aniplex) 
Kunio Yamada (Warner Bros. Movies) 
Kyōko Uryū (Aniplex) 
Madoka Motoki (Aniplex) 
Makoto Ooyoshi (Shueisha) 
Masaki Endou (Dentsu) 
Megumi Takigawa (Sunrise) 
Noriyasu Ueki (Warner Bros. Movies) 
Osamu Matsuo (Shueisha) 
Risuke Hiraoka (TV Tokyo) 
Shikiko Kawauchi (Bandai) 
Shinnosuke Wada (TV Tokyo) 
Shino Yasuda (Aniplex) 
Sho Shimoe (Warner Bros. Movies) 
Shuichi Machida (Dentsu) 
Taihei Yamanishi (Dentsu) 
Takanori Takizawa (Sunrise) 
Takashi Koido (Sunrise) 
Takayuki Mochihara (Warner Bros. Movies) 
Takayuki Osaki (Warner Bros. Movies) 
Takeshi Ochi (Aniplex) 
Production Desk: Susumu Miura 
Recording Director: Shinji Takamatsu 
Setting Production: Kōhei Ueda 
Special Effects: Emi Irisame (Asahi Production) 
Supervision: Shinji Takamatsu 
Theme Song Performance:
SPYAIR 
Tommy heavenly6 (ED) 
Titles: Ryuta Wakanabe 
Daisuke Sakaguchi as Shinpachi Shimura 
Rie Kugimiya as Kagura 
Tomokazu Sugita as Gintoki Sakata 

Akira Ishida as Katsura Kotarou 
Akira Kamiya as Elizabeth(Future) 
Bin Shimada as Hiraga Gengai 
Fumihiko Tachiki as Hasegawa 
Fumiko Orikasa as Yagyuu Kyuubei 
Kazuya Nakai as Tōshirō Hijikata 
Kenichi Suzumura as Sōgō Okita 
Koji Yusa as Toujou Ayumu 
Kouichi Yamadera as Jikan Dorobo (The Thief of Time ) 
Kujira as Otose 
Mikako Takahashi as Sadaharu 
Omi Minami as Tama 
Satsuki Yukino as Tae Shimura 
Susumu Chiba as Isao Kondō 
Takehito Koyasu as Takasugi Shinsuke(Past) 
Tetsuharu Ohta as Sagaru Yamazaki 
Tsutomu Isobe as ENMI 
Yu Kobayashi as Ayame Sarutobi 
Yuko Kaida as Tsukuyo 
Yuu Sugimoto as Catherine 

Hiroki Gotou as Warrior B 
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