Gunparade March (TV)

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Alternative title:
Gunparade March ~A New Song for the March~ (Japanese) 
Gunparade March: Aratanaru Kougunka (Japanese) 
Военный парад: Новые звуки марша (Russian) 
ガンパレード・マーチ~新たなる行軍歌~ (Japanese) 
Themes: mecha , military , real robot 
Objectionable content: Mild 
Plot Summary: In 1945, World War II abruptly ended when an alien race appeared on Earth and began to slaughter the human population. The year is 1999 - 54 years later, mankind is still fighting to survive against the alien forces. Earth forces now use advanced mecha called Humanoid Walking Tanks (HWTs) to combat the invaders, but throughout the ordeal, far too many pilots have been killed in action. As a result, high school students are now recruited to become HWT pilots. Gunparade March follows the lives of the 5121st Platoon, who have just added a mysterious girl named Mai Shibamura to their ranks. 
User Ratings: 580 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 32 votes (sub:21, dub:9, ?:1, others:1
1 Tagalog dubbed
 Excellent: 77 votes (sub:61, dub:12, others:4
1 Spanish subtitled
1 French subtitled
1 Portuguese subtitled
1 German subtitled
 Very good: 149 votes (sub:119, dub:25, edit.dub:1, ?:1, others:3
2 French subtitled
1 Portuguese subtitled
 Good: 152 votes (sub:120, dub:25, raw:3, ?:1, others:3
1 Spanish dubbed
1 French subtitled
1 Russian subtitled
 Decent: 88 votes (sub:65, dub:19, ?:3, edit.dub:1)
 So-so: 42 votes (sub:30, dub:11, others:1
1 Spanish subtitled
 Not really good: 24 votes (sub:15, dub:9)
 Weak: 11 votes (sub:9, dub:1, others:1
1 French subtitled
 Bad: 3 votes (dub:2, sub:1)
 Awful: 1 vote (dub:1)
 Worst ever: 1 vote (sub:1)
Seen in part or in whole by 1124 users, rank: #952 (of 6096)
Median rating: Good
Arithmetic mean: 7.143 (Good), std. dev.: 1.6301, rank: #1968 (of 6089)
Weighted mean: 7.046 (Good), rank: #2058 (of 6089) (seen all: 7.16 / seen some: 6.48 / won't finish: 4.63)
Bayesian estimate: 7.056 (Good), rank: #1871 (of 4589)
Running time: 24 minutes per episode 
Number of episodes: 12 
Episode titles: We have 12
2003-02-06 to 2003-04-24 
2006-10-13 (Spain - Buzz Channel) 
2010-05-18 to 2010-06-02 (Philippines, Studio 23) 
Opening Theme:
"Shinjitsu no Tobira (Door of Truth)" by Yoko Ishida (eps 2-12) 
Ending Theme:
"Yami o Koete" by Masumi Harada 
Trivia: We have 1
Based on the popular Sony PlayStation 2 game of the same title. 
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DVD (Region 1)
    Gunparade March - Operation One (DVD 1) 2004-01-27 (from $3.99)
    Gunparade March - Operation One + Artbox (DVD 1) 2004-01-27 (from $39.95)
    Gunparade March - Operation Two (DVD 2) 2004-03-30 (from $3.99)
    Gunparade March - Operation Three (DVD 3) 2004-06-29 (from $5.62)
    Gunparade March - TV Series Perfect Collection (DVD box) 2006-04-25 (from $19.99)
    Gunparade March - Steel DVD Box Set (DVD 1-3) 2004-11-30
    Gunparade March - Spirit of the Samurai (OST) 2004-05-11 (from $1.99)

Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Katsushi Sakurabi 
Jun'ichi Shintaku (eps 1-2) 
Seishi Minakami (ep 3) 
Hideyo Yamamoto (ep 3) 
Makoto Bessho (ep 2) 
Music: Kenji Kawai 
Character Design: Yasuhiro Irie 
Mechanical design: Kazunori Iwakura 
Character Conceptual Design: Junko Kimura 
Sound Director: Masafumi Mima 
Director of Photography: Yoshio Ookouchi 

Chief animator: Takashi Wada 
Color Coordination: Mayumi Tanahashi 
Key Animation: Yuichi Nakazawa (ep 1) 
Photography Management: Rikiya Hirooku 
Publicity Producer: Takashi Iida 
Recording Adjustment: Fujio Yamada 
Sound Effects: Kenji Koyama 
Story Editor: Fumihiko Takayama 
Theme Song Composition: Kenji Kawai 
Theme Song Lyrics:
Naomi Kosaka (OP) 
Uran (ED) 
Theme Song Performance:
Masumi Harada (ED) 
Yoko Ishida (OP) 
Visual Design: Kunihiro Abe 
Akemi Okamura as Mai Shibamura 
Akira Ishida as Atsushi Hayami 

Akio Suyama as Yohei Takigawa 
Chiaki Maeda as Maki Tanabe 
Emi Shinohara as Motoko Hara 
Hideyuki Umezu as Takayuki Setoguchi 
Junko Noda as Matsuri Kato 
Junko Sakuma as Mio Mibuya 
Kouichi Kuriyama as Keigo Tohsaka 
Mayumi Yoshida as Nonomi Higashihara 
Shouto Kashii as Tadataka Zengyou 
Tomoe Hanba as Seika Mori 

Keiichi Sonobe as Hisaomi Sakaue 
Mamiko Noto as Setoguchi's girlfriend(ep 6) 
Mariko Suzuki as Sarasa Wichita 
Miki Inoue as Haruka Yoshino 
Tomoyuki Shimura as Ginga Kurusu 
Yoshihisa Kawahara as Yasumitsu Wakamiya 
Japanese companies
English staff
English cast
Director: Mike Eckart 
Art Director: Merideth Mulroney 
Translation: Akiko Fujimaki 
Executive producer:
John Sirabella 
Tsuyoshi Kaji 
Assistant Director:
Elisa Fiorillo 
Milton Lawrence 
Dialogue Editing: Mike Eckart 
DVD Authoring: Stephen Poole 
Editing: Justin Kim 
Production manager: Kelvin Walker 
Production Supervision: Sean Molyneaux 
Re-Recording Mixing: Mike Eckart 
Recording engineer:
Daniel Powell 
Marcus Junkin 
Second Engineer: John Szatai 
Supervising Producer: Rod Boaz 
Trailer Editing:
Deran McLeroy 
Kip Hewitt 
Translation Manager: Anna Yamamoto 
Deborah Sale Butler as Mai Shibamura 
Larry Law as Atsushi Hayami 

Dale Weinstein as Hisaomi Sakaue 
Jeanne Michaels as Seika Mori 
Kelly Early as Motoko Hara 
Linda Borg as Sarasa Wichita 
Lori Olin as Haruka Yoshino 
Marcus Junkin as Takayuki Setoguchi 
Natalina Maggio as Miho Mibuya 
Nicole Alby as Nonomi Higashihara 
Pilar Pace as Maki Tanabe 
Rachel Kemp as Matsuri Kato 
Russel Shore as Keigo Tohsaka 
Ryan Collins as Yohei Takigawa 
Scott Burnett as Tadataka Zengyou 
Selah Victor as Mio Mibuya 

Natalina Maggio as Little Girl 

English companies
ADR Production: Elastic Media Corporation 
Madman Entertainment (Australia) 
Licensed by: Media Blasters 
Korean staff
Korean cast
Gyeong-Hye Park as Mai Shibamura 
Jang Kim as Atsushi Hayami 

Choi Junyeong as Hisaomi Sakaue 
Gi-Hyeung Kim as Tadataka Zengyou 
Jeom-Hui Ryu as Maki Tanabe 
Jeong Hyeok as Seika Mori 
Myeong-Jun Jeong as Yohei Takigawa 
Myeong-Seon Lee as Motoko Hara 
O Inseong as Takayuki Setoguchi 
Seon-Hye Kim as Mio Mibuya 
Yong-Sin Lee as Nonomi Higashihara 
Yong-Wu Sin as Keigo Tohsaka 
Yu-Mi Jeong as Haruka Yoshino 
Yun Yeojin as Matsuri Kato 

Beom-Gi Hong as Ginga Kurusu 
Korean companies
French staff
French companies
Distributor: Déclic Images 
French cast
Spanish staff
Spanish companies
Translation: Marta E. Gallego (Spain dub) 
Broadcaster: Buzz Channel (Spain) 
Distributor: Jonu Media (Spain) 
Translation: DARUMA (Spain dub) 
Spanish cast
Italian staff
Italian companies
Distributor: Shin Vision 
Italian cast
Tagalog cast
Tagalog staff
Grace Cornel as Mai Shibamura 
Jefferson Utanes as Atsushi Hayami 

Grace Cornel as Seika Mori 
Jefferson Utanes as Keigo Tohsaka 
John Maylas as
Tadataka Zengyou 
Yohei Takigawa 
Louie Paraboles as Takayuki Setoguchi 
Margo Borgona as
Mio Mibuya 
Motoko Hara 
Nonomi Higashihara 

Grace Cornel as Haruka Yoshino 
Tagalog companies
Broadcaster: Studio 23 
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