Yuusha Shirei Dagwon - Suishou no Hitomi no Shounen (OAV)

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[ sequel of Brave Command Dagwon (TV), part of [Brave Saga] ]

Alternative title:
Brave Command Dagwon - The Boy with Crystal Eyes 
勇者指令ダグオン 水晶の瞳の少年 (Japanese) 
Genres: action , science fiction 
Running time: 29 minutes per episode 
Number of episodes: 2 
Episode titles: We have 2
Vintage: 1997-10-22
Release dates: We have 2
Ending Theme:
"Eien no Omoide" by Tetsuo Suse 
#1: "Chance wo Kurenaika" by Tetsuo Suse 
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Tomomi Mochizuki 
Script: Hiroaki Kitajima 
Storyboard: Tomomi Mochizuki 
Music: Tatsumi Yano 
Original story: Hajime Yatate 
Original Character Design: Akira Oguro 
Character Design: Tetsuya Yanagisawa 
Art Director: Masashi Hasegawa 
Art: Osamu Honda 
Animation Director: Tetsuya Yanagisawa 
Mechanical design: Takahiro Yamada 
Art design: Tomoaki Okada 
Sound Director: Koichi Chiba 
Director of Photography: Kazunobu Okeda 
Producer:
Hiroyuki Orukawa (JVC) 
Kouji Takamori (Sunrise) 

Animation Check:
Hiromitsu Kawasaki (ep 1) 
Keiichi Watanabe (ep 2) 
Assistant Episode Director: Yasuhiro Matsumura (ep 1) 
Color Key:
Kazumi Masuko (ep 1) 
Yuriko Utsunomiya (ep 2) 
In-Between Animation:
Hideko Yukino (ep 2) 
Hiromi Funatsu (ep 2) 
Keiko Motoya (ep 1) 
Mamiko Mizutani (ep 1) 
Setsuko Takenouchi (ep 2) 
Terumi Hattori (ep 1) 
Tomokazu Suzuki (ep 1) 
Key Animation:
Akiko Nishio (ep 1) 
Asako Nishida (Studio Mu; ep 2) 
Hatsue Nakayama (eps 1-2) 
Hideki Shibuya (ep 1) 
Hisashi Saito (Herakuresu; ep 2) 
Hisashi Shimokawa (ep 1) 
Hitoshi Suzuki (ep 1) 
Jun Takizawa (Liberty Ship; ep 2) 
Kaori Ishimoto (ep 1) 
Kazunori Nakazawa (ep 2) 
Maki Fujii (eps 1-2) 
Marie Nagano (ep 1) 
Masahiko Itojima (ep 1) 
Masahiro Yamane (Studio GT; ep 2) 
Masakazu Kawazoe (Studio Mark; ep 2) 
Masayoshi Kazue (MI; ep 2) 
Minako Shiba (ep 2) 
Munetaka Abe (eps 1-2) 
Rie Kawaguchi (ep 2) 
Satoshi Shigeta (ep 1) 
Shinji Takeuchi (MI; ep 2) 
Shinsuke Ishikawa (Herakuresu; ep 2) 
Takahiro Yoshimatsu (ep 2) 
Tatsuya Suzuki (ep 2) 
Tomoaki Kado (ep 2) 
Tomohiro Sasaki (ep 1) 
Toshiko Baba (ep 2) 
Yuichiro Masuda (ep 1) 
Production Advancement:
Hiroshi Ogino (ep 1) 
Katsuyoshi Kishi 
Makoto Watanabe (eps 1-2) 
Production manager: Mitsuru Hosoya 
Special Effects:
Mutsuko Shibata (ep 2) 
Rika Sugawara (ep 1) 
Theme Song Performance: Tetsuo Suse 
Atsushi Kisaichi as Ryu Hashiba/Shadow Ryu 
Hiro Yuuki as Yoku Kazamatsuri/Wing Yoku 
Hisao Egawa as Geki Kuroiwa/Drill Geki 
Jin Yamanoi as Shin Sawamura/Armor Shin 
Kappei Yamaguchi as Rai Utsumi/Thunder Rai 
Kouichi Toochika as En Daidoji/Fire En 
Mifuyu Hiiragi as Kenta 
Mika Kanai as Nagisa Hirose 
Miki Nagasawa as Maria Tobe 
Takehito Koyasu as Kai Hirose/Turbo Kai 
Japanese companies
Broadcaster: Bandai Channel 
In-Between Animation:
AD Cosmo (ep 2) 
Anime World Osaka (ep 2) 
Pak Pro (ep 1) 
Studio Cockpit (ep 2) 
Studio Dub (ep 2) 
Studio Gash (ep 2) 
Studio Myu (ep 1) 
Key Animation:
AD Cosmo (ep 2) 
Studio Dub (eps 1-2) 
Photography: Asahi Production 
Production Assistance: Tokyo Kids (ep 1) 
Production Studio:
JVC 
Sunrise 
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