Galactic Whirlwind Sasuraiger (TV)

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Alternative title:
Ginga Shippū Sasuraiger (Japanese) 
Wonder Six 
銀河疾風サスライガー (Japanese) 
Genres: action , science fiction 
Themes: mecha 
Objectionable content: Mild 
Plot Summary: It is 2911 and the solar system is made up of of 50 planets. I.C Blues, a gambler, makes a bet with the boss of a criminal syndicate known as Bloody God that it is possible to navigate the whole solar system in one year. Helping out Blues is J9-III, made up of Rock, Beat, and Birdy. To clear any obstcles, they have the transforming train-robot Sasuraiger. But the Bloody Syndicate will do anything to ensure the Blues loses the bet. 
Running time: half hour per episode 
Number of episodes: 43 
Episode titles: We have 43
Vintage: 1983-04-05 to 1984-01-31 
Opening Theme:
"Ginga Shippu Sasuraiger" by MOTCHIN 
Ending Theme:
"Happy Song" by ? 
"Happy Song" by Masuda Naomi 
Trivia: We have 1
Final installment of the J9 Trilogy. 
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Chief Director: Takao Yotsuji 
Script: Yu Yamamoto 
Music: Joe Hisaishi 
Original story: Yu Yamamoto 
Character Design: Kazuo Komatsubara 
Mecha design:
Hiroshi Nishi 
Executive producer: Juzo Tsubota 
Producer: Shigeo Tsubota 

Planning: Shigeo Tsubota 
Theme Song Performance:
Masayuki Yamamoto 
Kazuyuki Sogabe as I.C. Blues 

Kaneto Shiozawa as Rock 
Katsuji Mori as Beat 
Youko Asagami as Birdie 

Eiji Kanie as Bloody God 
Eiko Yamada as Petit Lodge 
Hiromi Tsuru as Jeremy 
Jouji Yanami as DD Ricchiman 
Kan Tokumaru as Inspector Organ 
Keiko Yamamoto as Carmen 
Masako Miura as Suzy Chan 
Noriko Masuda as Joanna Carrail 
Satomi Majima as Dandy 
Sumi Shimamoto as Stephanie (ep 13) 
Yoku Shioya as Jimmy Kenjou 
Yoshito Yasuhara as Narrator 

Japanese companies
Broadcaster: TV Tokyo 
DVD Distribution: Media Factory 
Production: Kokusai Eigasha 
Sound Effects: E&M Planning Center 
English staff
English companies
Distributor: Enoki Films 
English cast

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