Yume Senshi Wingman (TV)

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Alternative title:
Dream Warrior Wingman
Wingman (French)
夢戦士ウイングマン (Japanese)
Plot Summary: Hirono Kenta has the strangest dream anyone could think of, being the Hero of Justice. His odd desire has driven him to make his own costume of his own made up hero, Wingman. By a stroke of luck, he meets Yume Aoi, the princess of the dreamscape called Botoreem, whom has a Dream Note. The Dream Note is a book that can make any dream come true. Hirono draws Wingman in the book and soon his made up hero becomes a reality. With this new power Hirono, Aoi, and Hirono's childhood friend Miku, the must save Botoreem from Rimeru, an evil man wishing to take the Dream Note and take over Botoreem. Maybe while saving a doomed land Hirono can make up his mind on who he has feelings for, Miku or Aoi.
Running time: half hour per episode
Number of episodes: 47
Episode titles: We have 47
Vintage:
1984-02-07 to 1985-02-26
1989-11-21 (France Air Date)
Opening Theme:
"異次元ストーリー" by Popura
Ending Theme:
"Wing Love" by Norimasa Yamanaka
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Tomoharu Katsumata
Music: Keiichi Oku
Original Manga: Masakazu Katsura
Character Design: Yoshinori Kanemori

Background Art: Tadanao Tsuji
Planning: Kazuo Yokoyama
Production manager: Hiroshi Takeda
Theme Song Arrangement: Keiichi Oku (OP,ED)
Theme Song Composition: Tetsuji Hayashi (OP,ED)
Theme Song Performance:
Norimasa Yamanaka (ED)
Popura (OP)
Akie Yasuda as Masakazu Tonari
Bin Shimada as Nass
Chisato Nakajima as Kiyomi
Eiji Kanie as Ghost Rimel
Hideyuki Tanaka as
Kitamura-sensei
Mysterious Warrior
Hiroko Emori as Yukari
Hiromi Tsuru as Kamiya Rena
Hiroshi Ohtake as Doctor Unbalance
Jouji Yanami as Vice-Principal
Kaneto Shiozawa as Kurotsu
Kazumi Amemiya as Sayuri
Kei Tomiyama as Kitakura Junichi
Kouichi Hashimoto as Hiroki Watanabe/SeigiYellow
Kouji Yada as Kenta's father
Kousuke Meguro as SeigiBlue
Kôzô Shioya as Shaft(ep 7)
Mari Yokoo as The Shiva
Mariko Mukai as Mother
Masashi Hironaka as Masaki
Michitaka Kobayashi as Fukumoto
Mika Ishizawa as Riro Ousei
Mitsuko Horie as Kurumi
Naoko Watanabe as Miku
Ryo Horikawa as Hirono Kenta
Sanji Hase as Doctor Lark
Seiko Nakano as Kumiko Fuzawa
Sumi Shimamoto as Matsuoka Sensei
Takeshi Aono as Principal
Yasurō Tanaka as Rimel
Youko Kawanami as Yume Aoi
Yuriko Yamamoto as Morimoto Momoko
Japanese companies
Production: Toei Animation
French staff
French cast
Theme Song Performance: Bernard Minet
Jean-Claude Montalban as David Duchemin / Wingman

Catherine Laborde as
Jocelyne
Sophie
Déborah Perret as
Elise(2ème voix)
Géraldine
Hélène Otternaud as
David's mother
Miss Lefebvre
Samantha
Jean-Claude Montalban as Gédéon
Joseph Falcucci as
David's father
Dr. Satirix
Super Costaud
Marie-Eugénie Maréchal as Sylvie Pruitt
Michel Blain as
le père d'Elise
Mr. Lebeau
Némo/ Shaft
Virginie Ledieu as Elise(1ère voix)
French companies
Broadcaster:
AB 1
La 5
Mangas
TF1
Dubbing: M2D
Italian staff
Italian cast
(none)
Barbara Pitotti as Momoko Morimoto
Beatrice Margiotti as Aoi Yume
Leonardo Graziano as Hiroyki Watanabe
Micaela Incitti as Yukari
Monica Ward as
Miku Ogawa
Signorina Matsukoa
Italian companies
Broadcaster:
Super 3
Telepuglia 9 (from 5 January 2006)
Distributor: Mondo Home Entertainment (2002)
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