Hareluya II Boy (TV)

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[ adapted from Hareluya II Boy (manga) ]

Alternative title:
Hallelujah Boy
HARELUYA II BØY (Japanese)
ハレルヤ II ボーイ (Japanese)
Genres: action, comedy, fantasy
Themes: delinquents
Plot Summary:
Hareluya Hibino is a freshman at Rakuen High School who has only one goal in life: World Domination. Luckily, while that goal makes him extremely arrogant, rude, & uncaring on the outside, Hareluya is also very benevolent & willing to help those who are need of assistance. Along with his friends Kiyoshiro, who wants to become a painter, Yamana, who wants to be a jewelry designer, & Ichijou, who wants to be a rock star, Hareluya is ready to take on all comers, whether it's dirty baseball players from a rival school, corrupt businessmen, underground fighters, & all sorts of crazy delinquents.
Hibino Hareluya is a delinquent teenager who is tough and loves to pack a punch. His father is none other than the almighty God who does not approve very well of his son's rebellious acts. Disappointed in Hareluya's lack of responsibility, his father sends him to Earth as a normal high school student, stripped of his powers. Posing as a local priest, God keeps an eye on his son's adventures as Haleluya rights wrongs around the school with two-fisted justice, Love tattooed across the knuckles of each hand. 
Number of episodes: 25
Episode titles: We have 25
Vintage: 1997-04-07 to 1997-09-29
Release dates: We have 14
Opening Theme:
"Tight-Break" by Spyke
Ending Theme:
#1: "Words of Free" by Spyke (eps 1-13)
#2: "KUROZETTO FURIIKU (Closet Freak)" by Spyke (eps 14-25)
Insert song:
"AFTER" by SPYKE (ep 10)
"Before Lies" by SPYKE (ep 14, ep 20, & ep 25)
"Breath" by SPYKE (ep 24)
"Egoistic" by SPYKE (ep 3)
"EVE" by SPYKE (ep 15)
"HEAT IN MOTION" by SPYKE (ep 7)
Links: We have 2
Trivia: We have 3
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Series Director: Kiyoshi Egami
Series Composition: Yasuhiro Imagawa
Script:
Hiroaki Kitajima (eps 12, 17)
Kazuharu Sato (eps 7, 15, 25)
Kyoko Kogure (eps 8, 16)
Ryo Motohira (eps 11, 22-24)
Tsuyoshi Kida (eps 13, 21)
Yasuhiro Imagawa
Storyboard:
Hiroyuki Fukushima (ep 21)
Itsuki Imazaki (ep 15)
Jinto Tameie (ep 14)
Johei Matsuura (ep 24)
Kiyoshi Egami (eps 1, 8, 25)
Kyosuke Mikuriya (eps 4, 11)
Makoto Sokuza (ep 5)
Mitsuko Kase (ep 7)
Shigeru Ueda (eps 2, 12)
Shinichiro Aoki (ep 9)
Shinji Takamatsu (ep 8)
Tetsuya Endo (ep 7)
Toshimasa Suzuki (ep 3)
Toshiyuki Tsuru (ep 20)
Yukina Hiiro (eps 6, 13, 22)
Yuu Kou (eps 10-11, 16)
Yuzo Aoki (ep 19)
Episode Director:
Akihiko Nishiyama (ep 20)
Hiroyuki Fukushima (eps 17, 21)
Itsuki Imazaki (ep 15)
Jinto Tameie (ep 14)
Johei Matsuura (eps 16, 24)
Kiyoshi Egami (eps 1, 25)
Kyosuke Mikuriya (eps 11, 18)
Makoto Sokuza (eps 5, 10)
Shigeru Ueda (eps 2, 7, 12)
Shinichiro Aoki (ep 9)
Susumu Ishizaki (ep 23)
Toshimasa Suzuki (ep 3)
Yukina Hiiro (4 episodes
eps 6, 8, 13, 22
)

Yuzo Aoki (ep 19)
Music:
Duran Chapee (Hallelujah Boys)
Hironori Morikawa (SPYKE)
Shingo Kobayashi
Vincent Penn (Hallelujah Boys)
Original Manga: Haruto Umezawa
Character Design: Takahiro Kishida
Art Director: Masazumi Matsumiya
Animation Director:
Akio Kawamura (ep 9)
Jinto Tameie (ep 22)
Masahiko Murata (eps 3, 5, 20)
Masahiro Sekiguchi (7 episodes
eps 8, 11, 13, 16, 19, 21, 25
)

Mitsuo Shindo (ep 2)
Shinsuke Terasawa (ep 18)
Yumenosuke Tokuda (ep 6)
Yuzo Aoki (ep 4)
Sound Director: Toshiki Kameyama
Director of Photography: Jin Kaneko
Producer: Minoru Ohno

Background Art: Shinji Kimura (OP)
Editing: Takeshi Seyama
Key Animation: Takashi Nakamura (OP)
Photography: Naoyuki Ohba (OP)
Theme Song Arrangement:
Toshiro Yabuki (OP, ED2)
Tsutomu Ohira (ED1)
Theme Song Composition:
Hironori Morikawa (OP, ED2)
Hiroyuki Shibata (ED1)
Theme Song Lyrics:
Hiroyuki Shibata
Kei Kurazo
Theme Song Performance: SPYKE
Shinichiro Miki as Hareluya Hibino

Katsuaki Arima as Makoto Ichijou
Urara Miura as Michiru Yamana
Yuji Ueda as Kiyoshiro Okamoto

Fumihiko Tachiki as
Kesuke Baraki(eps 22-24)
Shuntaro Kitahara (Bob-jiisan)(eps 4-6, 10, 25)
Ginzo Matsuo as Harebare Hibino(8 episodes
eps 1-4, 9-11, 25
)
Hiro Yuuki as Yuichi Honjo(eps 9-10)
Hiromi Tsuru as Reiko Ibu
Kazuki Yao as Reiji Marukido
Kiyoyuki Yanada as Shouzou Momiyama
Kouji Tsujitani as Jin Kurosaki(ep 8)
Kyoko Tsuruno as Momoyama Taro(eps 22-24)
Naoki Tatsuta as Michiyuki Kageno(eps 4-5)
Natsumi Asaoka as Naomi(eps 22-24)
Natsumi Sasaki as Picasso
Nobuyuki Hiyama as
Junichi Hidou(eps 9-10)
Shinji(eps 23-24)
Shingo Hiromori as Satoshi Kageno(eps 4-5)
Tomoe Hanba as Megumi Aihara(ep 7)
Tomohiro Nishimura as Mayamura(eps 9-10)
Toshihiko Seki as Azami(eps 4-5, 19)
Unshou Ishizuka as Gouda
Yuri Shiratori as Shizuka Momiyama(ep 14)
Japanese companies
Tagalog staff
Tagalog cast
(none)
Pocholo Gonzales as Baraki(Substitute)
Tagalog companies
Broadcaster: Hero
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