Brave Command Dagwon (TV)

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[ part of [Brave Saga] ]

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Alternative title:
Dagwon
Yuusha Shirei Dagwon (Japanese)
Храбрая команда Дагвон (Russian)
勇者指令ダグオン (Japanese)
Themes: mecha
Objectionable content: Mild
Plot Summary: Floating in space many light years from Earth is a penal colony that holds some of the worse criminals in this part of the galaxy. These criminals were captured by the Dagwon Interstellar Police Force (a Green Lantern style agency) and jailed. However, the inmates took over the jail and began to strike back at their captors by attacking the nearest planet: Earth. After the first attack, 5 high school students are given the power to use their wrist morphers and summon powerful battle armor. In time of crisis they can mentally and physically become one with their respective vehicles and assume a more powerful robot mode. When necessary several of the human/robot hybrids can gattai (or combine) into larger robots with powerful attacks. These 'Brave high school warriors' now attempt to juggle school, love, and saving the planet on a daily basis.
Running time: 23 minutes per episode
Number of episodes: 48
Episode titles: We have 48
Vintage: 1996-02-03 to 1997-01-25
Opening Theme:
"Kagayake!! Dagwon" by Nieve
Ending Theme:
"Kaze no naka no BURIZUMU" by Nieve
Insert song:
"Shining!! Dagwon" by Nieve (ep 11)
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Tomomi Mochizuki
Series Composition: Kenichi Araki
Script: Go Sakamoto
Music:
Edison
Kouhei Tanaka (background music)
Original creator: Hajime Yatate
Character Design: Akira Oguro
Animation Director:
Akira Oguro
Hirokazu Hisayuki (Nakamura Pro; ep 2)
Tetsuya Yanagisawa
Mechanical design: Kunio Okawara
Director of Photography:
Hiroaki Matsuzawa
Natsuko Mori
Producer:
Hitoshi Kako (Nagoya TV)
Kouji Takamori (Sunrise)
Mami Ohara (Tokyu Agency)
Takayuki Yoshii (Sunrise)
Youichi Honna (Tokyu Agency)

Color design: Keiko Kai
Design: Takahiro Yamada
Key Animation:
Hirokazu Hisayuki (ep 2)
Hiroyuki Okuno (ep 17)
Ken Ootsuka (eps 2, 17)
Production: Goro Taniguchi
Production Supervision: Kunihisa Sugishima
Theme Song Performance: Nieve
Atsushi Kisaichi as Hashiba Ryuu
Hiro Yuuki as Kazamatsuri Yoku
Hiroko Konishi as Minako Hashiba
Hisao Egawa as Kuroiwa Geki
Jin Yamanoi as Sawamura Shin
Jouji Nakata as Brave Seijin
Kappei Yamaguchi as Utsumi Rai
Ken Shiroyama as Haruka Ijuuin
Kikuko Inoue as Anna
Kouichi Toochika as Daitouji En
Kouji Ishii as Mado
Kozue Yoshizumi as Gaya
Kumiko Nishihara as Yukari Fujii
Masahito Yabe as Hido
Miki Nagasawa as
Gunkid
Maria
Naomi Nagasawa as Gaku
Reiko Takagi as child(ep 41)
Ryûzaburô Ôtomo as Genocide
Takehito Koyasu as Hirose Kai
Takumi Hirose as Ryan
Yu Shimaka as Souichi Asahiyama
Yuko Mizutani as Erika Serizawa
Yumi Fukamizu as Luna

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