Mirai Robo Daltanias (TV)

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Alternative title:
Daltanious (Italian) 
Dartanias, el robot del futuro (Spanish) 
Future Robo Daltanias 
未来ロボ ダルタニアス (Japanese) 
Genres: action , adventure , science fiction 
Themes: mecha , super robot 
Objectionable content: Mild 
Plot Summary: In the year 1995, the Earth is conquered by the Akron, a space army from the Saar Cluster. Kento Tate and his friends are war orphans, and hide out in a cave. There, they find a secret base owned by Dr. Earl, an escapee of the conquered planet Helios, as well as his robot Daltanious, which strengthens when combined with the lion robot Belarios. Kento, revealed to be the descendant of an ancient Helios royal family, his friend Danji Hiragi, and Belarios now fight the Akron with Daltanious. 
Number of episodes: 47 
Episode titles: We have 47
Vintage:
1979-03-21 to 1980-03-05 
1981 (Italy) 
Opening Theme:
"Daltanias no Uta" by Mitsuko Horie 
Ending Theme:
"Kento Otokogi" by Koorogi'73 
Trivia: We have 2
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Katsutoshi Sasaki 
Screenplay:
Fuyunori Gobu 
Masaki Tsuji 
Music: Hiroshi Tsutsui 
Character Design: Saburo Yatsude 
Art Director: Tadao Nagahama 
Animation Director:
Nobuyoshi Sasakado 
Norio Nashima 
Producer:
Hyota Ezu (TV Tokyo) 
Kei Iijima (Toei) 

Additional Director:
Akira Suzuki 
Norio Kabeshima 
Theme Song Performance: Koorogi '73 (ED) 
Keiko Han as Sanae Shiratori 
Kenichi Ogata as Tonkichi 
Tomomichi Nishimura as Tanosuke Hata 
Toshio Furukawa as Kento Tate 
Yoshito Yasuhara as Danji Hiiragi 
You Inoue as Manabu 
Yuko Mita as Ochame 
Japanese companies
Backgrounds: Studio Uni 
Broadcaster: TV Tokyo 
Development: Tokyo Laboratory 
Finish Animation:
Just 
Studio DEEN 
Taka Productions 
Photography: T Nishimura 
Recording Studio: Central Recording 
Spanish cast
Spanish staff
(none)
María Elena Molina as Sanae 
Sergio Aguirre as Kento Hayato 

Ernesto Frith as Narration 
Juan Carlos Olivier as
Manabu 
Tanosuke Hata 
Susana Klein as Oshame 

Spanish companies
Broadcaster:
America TV (Peru) 
Cablin (Argentina) 
LaTele (Venezuela) 
Rocket (Argentina) 
Dubbing: Videorecord S.A 
Italian staff
Italian cast
(none)
Carlo Allegrini as Gen. Prozar 
Corrado Conforti as Manabu 
Dario De Grassi as Dottor Earl 
Enzo Consoli as Tanosuke 
Fabrizio Mazzotta as Jiro 
Franca De Stradis as
Comandante degli Akron 
Gen. Nesia 
Gino Pagnani as
Commerciante 
Toragoro(1st voice) 
Laura Boccanera as Sanae 
Massimo Còrizza as Tanosuke 
Massimo Rossi as Kento 
Oliviero Dinelli as Dany 
Renzo Stacchi as Toragoro(2nd voice) 
Romano Malaspina as Supremo Kloppen 
Sergio Matteucci as Gen. Sawada 
Vittorio Di Prima as Principe Arlin 
Italian companies
Broadcaster:
Cultoon (from October 2007) 
Italia 1 (1982) 
Man-Ga (from 8 May 2013) 
MTV Italia 
Super 3 
Distributor:
CITIEMME 
Dynit 
Dubbing: CITIEMME 
Internet Streaming: PopCorn TV 
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