Madō King Granzort (TV)

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Related anime:
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        Madō King Granzort: Bōken-hen (OAV) (sequel)

Alternative title:
Grandzort 
Granzort 
Granzote e os Guerreiros da Luz (Portuguese) 
Sorcerer King Granzort 
魔動王グランゾート (Japanese) 
수퍼 그랑죠 (Korean) 
Genres: action , adventure , science fiction 
Themes: mecha 
Objectionable content: None 
Plot Summary: In the year 2100, a young boy from Earth named Daichi travels to the moon on vacation. He soon finds himself among tribes of long-eared magic users living within the moon, in a land called Rabiluna. Daichi, along with two other kids, become the chosen "Madou Senshi" - warriors that must pilot enormous robots in order to free Rabiluna from evil forces. 
User Ratings: 14 ratings have been given [details]
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 Excellent: 3 votes (sub:3)
 Very good: 3 votes (dub:1, sub:1, raw:1)
 Good: 3 votes (sub:3)
 Decent: 3 votes (sub:2, others:1
1 Korean dubbed
)
 So-so: 1 vote (sub:1)
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Seen in part or in whole by 51 users, rank: #4245 (of 6020)
Median rating: Good
Arithmetic mean: 7.500 (Very good−), std. dev.: 1.4015, rank: #1208 (of 6015)
Weighted mean: 7.460 (Good+), rank: #1141 (of 6015) (seen all: 7.69 / seen some: 6.60)
Bayesian estimate: 7.496 (Good+), rank: #871 (of 4523)
Number of episodes: 41 
Episode titles: We have 41
Vintage: 1989-04-07 to 1990-03-02 
Release dates: We have 23
Opening Theme:
"Hikari no Senshi-tachi (光の戦士たち; Soldiers of Light)" by Kenji Suzuki 
Ending Theme:
"Horore chuchu parero (ホロレチュチュパレロ)" by Tomoko Tokugaki 
Links: We have 1
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Series Director: Shuji Iuchi 
Music: Kouhei Tanaka 
Original creator:
Hajime Yatate 
Ouji Hiroi 
Character Design: Toyoo Ashida 
Art Director: Shigemi Ikeda 
Mechanical design: Kunio Okawara 
Director of Photography: Atsushi Okui 
Producer: Takayuki Yoshii (Sunrise) 

Color Designation:
Kenji Chiba 
Yoshiko Takiguchi 
Guest Character Design: Takahiro Yoshimatsu 
In-Between Check:
Etsushi Mori 
Toshiyuki Kanno 
Key Animation:
Hirokazu Hisayuki (Nakamura Production; 7 episodes
eps 4, 9, 15, 20, 26, 32, 38
)
 
Hiromi Matsushita 
Hiroshi Takeuchi 
Hiroyuki Okuno 
Hisashi Hirai (Nakamura Production; 7 episodes
eps 4, 9, 15, 20, 26, 32, 38
)
 
Kenichirou Katsura 
Masami Goto (ep 40) 
Masami Obari (ep 41) 
Tadashi Hiramatsu 
Sound Producer: Keiko Senda 
Special Effects:
Kou Yamamoto 
Mutsuko Shibata 
Theme Song Arrangement: Kenji Yamamoto 
Theme Song Composition:
Yasuo Kosugi (ED) 
Yukihide Takekawa (OP) 
Theme Song Lyrics: Toyohisa Araki 
Theme Song Performance:
Kenji Suzuki (OP) 
Tomoko Tokugaki (ED) 
Shinobu Adachi as Rabi 
Tatsuya Matsuda as Gus 
Youko Matsuoka as Daichi Haruka 

Megumi Hayashibara as Guri Guri 
Reiko Suzuki as V-May 

Ai Orikasa as
Kabbi(ep 16) 
Musa(ep 36) 
Aya Hisakawa as
Bunny Girl(ep 13) 
Mimi(ep 21) 
Banjou Ginga as Giant(eps 38-39) 
Bin Shimada as Barador/Blizzard 
Chisa Yokoyama as Maria(OAV) 
Ikuya Sawaki as Daichi's grandfather 
Junpei Takiguchi as Greconorman 
Kei Yoshimizu as Headman Dolby 
Kenichi Ogata as Agramant 
Kenichi Ono as Daichi's father 
Kouichi Yamadera as Shaman 
Kumiko Takizawa as Sayuri(Raby's mother) 
Mari Maruta as Daichi's mother 
Megumi Hayashibara as Enuma 
Michihiro Ikemizu as Taiyou-Oh(Sun King) 
Minami Takayama as Kai(ep 33) 
Naoki Tatsuta as Dr. Bible 
Satomi Koorogi as Fairy(ep 35) 
Shinya Ohtaki as Granzort 
Takehito Koyasu as Black Samurai 
Takkou Ishimori as Gus' grandfather 
Toshihiko Seki as Grunwald 
Yoshino Takamori as Fiena 
Yumi Touma as
Bunny Girl(ep 13) 
Taka(ep 11) 
Yuri Shiratori as Hilda(debut role) 

Japanese companies
Animation: Sunrise 
Backgrounds:
Atelier Musa 
Green 
Broadcaster:
Bandai Channel 
NTV 
Character Design: Studio Live 
Distributor:
Bandai Visual 
MOVIC (DVD) 
Takara (VHS & LD) 
Key Animation:
AIC (ep 6) 
Anime R (eps 11, 17, 24) 
Last House (eps 7, 16) 
Nakamura Production (10 episodes
eps 4, 9, 15, 20, 22, 26, 30, 32, 36, 38
)
 
Studio Emu (eps 29, 34) 
Studio Live (9 episodes
eps 2, 8, 14, 21, 25, 28, 31, 35, 37
)
 
Studio Mark (ep 41) 
Studio Mu (5 episodes
eps 3, 11, 17, 24, 41
)
 
Studio Takuranke (ep 41) 
Photography:
Asahi Production (32 episodes
eps 1-9 odd, 10, 12-17, 19-22, 24-28, 30-33, 35-41
)
 
Sangosho (eps 18, 29, 34) 
T Nishimura (ep 23) 
Trans Arts Co. (5 episodes
eps 2-8 even, 11
)
 
Production Cooperation:
Studio G7 (6 episodes
eps 13, 18, 23, 29, 34, 40
)
 
Studio Kuma (ep 9) 
Titles: Maki Production 
Portuguese staff
Portuguese cast
(none)
Antônio Moreno as Granzote 
Marli Bortoleto as Cenourinha 
Sérgio Rufino as Daichi Haruka 
Wendel Bezerra as Guto 

Borges de Barros as Agramant 
Guilherme Lopes as Shaman 
Mário Jorge as Nabu 
Patrícia Scalvi as Enuma 
Waldir de Oliveira as Dr. Maleficus 
Portuguese companies
Distributor: Vídeo Arte 
Dubbing Studio: SC São Paulo 
Chinese (Taiwan) staff
Chinese (Taiwan) companies
(none)
Chinese (Taiwan) cast
(none)
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