Vampire (live-action TV)

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Alternative title:
バンパイヤ (Japanese) 
Genres: horror 
Objectionable content: Mild 
Plot Summary: Toppei, a young boy from a village of vampires who transform into animals, dreams of becoming an animator. He comes to Tokyo and starts to work for the famous animator Osamu Tezuka, but his clan and his ability to transform into a wolf are discovered by the evil criminal mastermind Makube Rokuro, a.k.a. Rock. Toppei and Tezuka struggle to oppose Rock and the other vampires, who want to use their transforming powers to overthrow human civilization and return mankind to an animal state in which humans will be liberated from morality and conscience. 
Running time: half hour per episode 
Number of episodes: 26 
Vintage: 1968-10-03 to 1969-03-29 
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Script: Shun'ichi Yukimuro 
Screenplay: Yoshiyuki Fukuda 
Music: Hikaru Hayashi 
Original story: Osamu Tezuka 
Art Director: Hiroshi Yamashita 
Sound Director: Ichiro Tsukasa 
Director of Photography: Renzo Kinoshita 
Producer: Yoshiaki Imai 

Lighting: Eiichi Nakamura 
Fumio Watanbe as Newswriter Morimura (live action) 
Hiroshi Iwashita as Police Inspector Geta (live action) 
Hiroshi Satō as Rock (live action) 
Kichijiro Ueda as Gozo Onishi (live-action) 
Kiyomi Kadena as Ruriko Iwaneyama 
Mutsuhiro Toura as Prof. Atami (live action) 
Osamu Tezuka as Himself (live action) 
Risa Otori as Mika Onishi (live action) 
Yoshiaki Yamamoto as Chippei 
Yutaka Mizutani as Toppei 
Japanese companies
Broadcaster: Fuji Television Network 
Production: Mushi Production 

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