Urotsukidōji: Legend of the Overfiend (OAV)

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[ adapted from Urotsukidoji (manga) ]

Related anime:
    Urotsukidoji: Legend of the Overfiend (movie) (1989-03-18, compilation)
    Urotsukidōji II: Legend of the Demon Womb (OAV) (1990-12-01, side story)
      Urotsukidōji II: Legend of the Demon Womb (movie) (1993, compilation)
      Chōjin Densetsu Urotsukidōji: Kyōō-hen Gekijō V2 Kyōya Majū-den (OAV) (1996-03-30, compilation)
    Urotsukidōji III: Return of the Overfiend (OAV) (1992-10-01, sequel)
      Urotsukidōji IV: Inferno Road (OAV) (1993-12-21, sequel)
        Chōjin Densetsu Urotsukidōji: Hōrō-hen Jain Kanzenban (OAV) (1995-11-10, compilation)
        Chōjin Densetsu Urotsukidōji: Kanketsu-hen (OAV) (1996-12-28, sequel)
      Urotsukidōji III: Return of the Overfiend Director's Edition (OAV) (1994-02-21, compilation)
    Urotsukidoji: New Saga (OAV) (2002-05-03, remake)

Alternative title:
A Lenda do Demônio (Portuguese) 
Chōjin Densetsu Urotsukidōji (Japanese) 
Legend of the Overfiend 
The Legend of the Wandering Kid 
Urotsukidoji 
Уроцукидодзи (Russian) 
超神伝説うろつき童子 (Japanese) 
초신전설 우로츠키 동자 (Korean) 
Genres: erotica , horror , supernatural 
Objectionable content: Pornography
Plot Summary: Legend has it that the human race is not the only dominant civilization living on Earth. Two other races exist in this world: the Makai (a demon race) and the Juujinkai (a half-man, half-beast race). Once every 3,000 years, a supreme being known as the "Choujin" (Overfiend) will emerge and bring balance to all three realms on Earth. In present-day Japan, after 300 years of endless searching, a Jujinkai named Amano Jyaku has discovered the presence of the Choujin inside high school slacker Tatsuo Nagumo. But now, Amano—along with his sister Megumi and their sidekick Kuroko—must protect Nagumo and his new girlfriend Akemi Ito from the Makai, who believe that Nagumo is not the Choujin, but an evil entity bent on destroying all living beings on Earth. 
User Ratings: 217 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 7 votes (sub:3, dub:3, raw:1)
 Excellent: 14 votes (sub:8, dub:6)
 Very good: 34 votes (sub:20, dub:12, others:2
1 Italian edited dub
1 German subtitled
)
 Good: 38 votes (sub:28, dub:8, others:2
1 German subtitled
1 Spanish dubbed
)
 Decent: 38 votes (sub:26, dub:8, raw:2, edit.dub:1, ?:1)
 So-so: 25 votes (sub:19, dub:3, edit.dub:1, others:2
1 Russian edited dub
1 French subtitled
)
 Not really good: 16 votes (sub:12, dub:4)
 Weak: 20 votes (dub:10, sub:8, edit.dub:1, others:1
1 French dubbed
)
 Bad: 11 votes (sub:9, dub:2)
 Awful: 5 votes (sub:4, dub:1)
 Worst ever: 9 votes (sub:7, dub:2)
Seen in part or in whole by 484 users, rank: #1733 (of 5998)
Median rating: Decent
Arithmetic mean: 5.705 (Decent−), std. dev.: 2.4355, rank: #4852 (of 5995)
Weighted mean: 5.618 (Decent−), rank: #4948 (of 5995) (seen all: 5.92 / seen some: 5.18 / won't finish: 2.47)
Bayesian estimate: 5.719 (Decent−), rank: #4180 (of 4547)
Running time: 47 minutes per episode 
Number of episodes: 3 
Episode titles: We have 3
Vintage:
1987-01-21 to 1989-04-10 
1993 (US) 
Release dates: We have 4
Trivia: We have 1
Review:
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DVD (Region 1)
    Urotsukidoji - Legend Of The Overfiend (DVD) 1999-08-17
    Urotsukidoji - Perfect Collection (DVD) 2000-01-01
    Urotsukidoji OVA Collection (DVD) 2011-02-22

Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Hideki Takayama 
Screenplay: Noboru Aikawa 
Music: Masamichi Amano 
Original creator: Toshio Maeda 
Executive producer: Yoshinobu Nishizaki 
Producer: Yasuhito Yamaki 

In-Between Animation:
Keiji Gotoh (超神呪殺篇, 完結地獄篇) 
Megumi Kadonosono 
Key Animation: Keiji Gotoh (完結地獄篇) 
Monster Design: Hidetoshi Oomori 
Supervision: Eiichi Yamamoto 
Hirotaka Suzuoki as Tatsuo Nagumo 
Maya Okamoto as Megumi Amano 
Tomohiro Nishimura as Amano Jyaku 
Youko Asagami as Akemi Itō 
Yumi Takada as Megumi Amano 

Kouichi Yamadera as Yūichi Niki 
Norio Wakamoto as Suikakujū 
Tsutomu Kashiwakura as Kuroko 

Banjou Ginga as
Chōjin 
Recap Narrator(ep 2) 
Daisuke Gouri as
Chōjin 
Great Elder 
Jūjin 
Niki's Father 
Hidetoshi Nakamura as
Doctor 
Punk 
Kenichi Ono as Majin 
Kenyuu Horiuchi as Yoriichi Ozaki 
Kouji Totani as Majin 
Minako Arakawa as Girl 
Miyuki Matsushita as True Chōjin 
Mizuka Arima as Ms. Togami 
Narumi Tsunoda as Girl 
Natsumi Sasaki as Girl 
Nobuo Tobita as Jūjin 
Satoko Kitô as Leotard Girl 
Shigeru Nakahara as Basketball Club 
Shinji Ogawa as Narration 
Yumi Takada as
Nurse 
Student 
Japanese companies
Distributor:
JAVN, Inc. 
Penthouse Video 
Production: West Cape Productions 
English staff
English cast
Executive producer: John O'Donnell 

Audio Conform Engineer: David Behauniak 
Character Generator: Anne Schneider 
Digital Audio Editor: Hans Ten Broeke 
DVD Coordination: Karel Havle 
Online Editor: Stephen Fitzpatrick 
Post-Production Supervision: Ron Kalish 
Production Coordination: Stephanie Shalofsky 
Re-Recording Engineer: Rauno Kirves 
(none)
English companies
Distributor:
Anime 18 
Madman Entertainment (Australia) 
Manga Entertainment (UK) (UK) 
Media Blasters (2010) 
Licensed by:
Central Park Media 
Kitty Media (2010) 
French staff
French cast
(none)
Clothilde Lobjoy as Megumi(eps 1-3) 
Marie-Christine Robert as Megumi(eps 4-5) 
Nathalie Regnier as Akemi 
Thierry Bourdon as Nagumo 
William Coryn as Amanojaaku 

Christian Pelissier as Myunihausen Jr. 
Mark Lesser as Niki 
Michel Tugot-Doris as Suikakujû 

Christian Visine as Takeaki's father 
Clothilde Lobjoy as the young pervert girls' boss 
Emmanuel Fouquet as Osaki 
Emmanuel Karsen as Takeaki 
Joseph Falcucci as Chôjin (male voice) 
Malvina Germain as
Mimi 
Nagumo's mother 
Togami (female version) 
Maria Tamar as
Myunihausen Jr.'s governess 
Takeaki's mother 
Mark Lesser as Kuroko 
Michel Roy as
Satsuki (immune monster) 
Togami (monster version) 
Michel Tugot-Doris as
Kohôki 
Myunihausen Sr. 
Narrator 
Yves-Marie Gilbert as the old master 
Yves-Marie Maurin as the victim on the road 
French companies
Broadcaster: Canal+ 
Spanish staff
Spanish cast
(none)
Albert Trifol Segarra as Tatsuo Nagumo(Spain dub) 
Alberto Mieza as Amano Jyaku(Spain dub) 
Marta Tamarit as Akemi Itō(Spain dub) 

Angel de Gracia as Yūichi Niki(Spain dub) 
Joan Crosas as Suikakujū(Spain dub) 

Albert Trifol as Nagumo Tatsuo 
Alberto Trifol as Great Elder(Spain dub) 
Marta Barbará as Akemi Ito 
Oriol Rafel as Yoriichi Ozaki(Spain dub) 
Spanish companies
Distributor: Manga Films (Spain) 
German staff
German companies
(none)
Publisher: OVA 18 (OVA Films label) 
German cast
(none)
Russian staff
Russian companies
(none)
Distributor: MC Entertainment 
Russian cast
(none)
Portuguese cast
Portuguese staff
(none)
Figueira Júnior as Amano 
Márcia Regina as Megumi 
Márcio Araújo as Nagumo 
Tânia Gaidarji as Akemi 

Alexandre Marconato as Aqualitis 
Raquel Marinho as Deus Supremo (Supreme God) 
Sérgio Corsetti as Osaki 

Portuguese companies
Distributor: Sato Company 
Dubbing Studio: Mastersound (Brazil) 
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