Knights of Ramune & 40 (TV)

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Alternative title:
Los caballeros de Lamune (Spanish)
NG Knight Lamune & 40 (Japanese)
NG騎士[ナイト]ラムネ&40 (Japanese)
اللعبة الكبرى ج2 (Arabic)
Objectionable content: Mild
Plot Summary: Lamune is an ordinary 4th grade boy who loves playing video games. He buys one from a peddler girl and helps her sell the rest. At home, he plays the game called "King Sccasher" & beats it. The peddler girl then comes out of the TV screen and asks for his help, calling him "The Blood Relative of the Chosen Hero Lamuness". She is Princess Milk and takes him to Hara-Hara World where his role is to revive the Guardian Knights. To do this, he had to find an unlock the shrine which held Tama-Q, a robot who became Lamuness' Advisor Robot, and key to freeing the Guardian Knights. All of the Knights are free-thinking mechas except for King Sccasher which is piloted by Lamuness. Opposing Lamuness is Don Harumage and his minions Da Cider and Lesuka.
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Seen in part or in whole by 56 users, rank: #4734 (of 6961)
Median rating: Good
Arithmetic mean: 6.143 (Decent), std. dev.: 2.3255, rank: #4841 (of 6971)
Weighted mean: 6.108 (Decent), rank: #4880 (of 6971) (seen all: 8.35 / seen some: 5.29 / won't finish: 5.24)
Bayesian estimate: 6.787 (Good−), rank: #2972 (of 5274)
Running time: half hour per episode
Number of episodes: 38
Episode titles: We have 38
Vintage: 1990-04-06 to 1991-01-04
Release dates: We have 1
Opening Theme:
#1: "熱血!! 勇者ラムネス (Nekketsu! Yuusha Lamuness)" by Takeshi Kusao (eps 1-28)
#2: "めざせ1番!! (Mezase Ichiban!!)" by Takeshi Kusao (eps 29-38)
Ending Theme:
#1: "男と女はパピプペポ (Otoko to Onna wa Papipupepo)" by Chisa Yokoyama (eps 1-28)
#2: "シアワセになるでんna (Shiawase ni Naruden na)" by Naoko Matsui, Sakiko Tamagawa, and Chisa Yokoyama (eps 29-38)
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Hiroshi Negishi
Original Concept: Takehiko Itō
Original creator: Satoru Akahori
Character Design: Takuya Saito
Animation Director: Naoyuki Matsuura (eps 19, 33)
Mecha design: Rei Nakahara
Director of Photography:
Takeshi Fukuda
Youske Moriguchi
Hiroshi Kato (from Ashi Productions)
Mutsuo Shimizu (from TV Tokyo)
Tateshi Yamazaki (from TV Tokyo)

Creation Producer: Masaru Umehara
Music producer: Yuuji Ozeki (from 'Gabby Office')
Planning: Toshihiko Sato
Public Relations: Yuka Takatsuka (from TV Tokyo)
Series Co-Structure: Satoru Akahori
Series Structure: Brother Noppo
SFX Director: Hideyuki Tanaka
Storyboard Producer: Yoshihiro Akahori
Theme Song Performance:
Chisa Yokoyama (ED)
Naoko Matsui (ED #2)
Sakiko Tamagawa (ED #2)
Takeshi Kusao (OP)
Takeshi Kusao as Lamune

Chisa Yokoyama as Milk
Naoko Matsui as Leska/Cafe au Lait
Sakiko Tamagawa as Cacao

Akiko Yajima as Yorurun
Chie Koujiro as Tama Q
Chieko Honda as Lynn
Daiki Nakamura as Hanzone
Hideyuki Umezu as Assaam
Hiroya Ishimaru as Nangok
Junichi Sugawara as Silicone
Junko Asami as Lila
Kaneta Kimotsuki as Yokkola III
Kazue Ikura as Mama
Kazuki Yao as Da Cider
Kiyoyuki Yanada as Brandon
Kotono Mitsuishi as girl 1 (ep 34)
Kōzō Shioya as Gold Kakuzan
Mari Mashiba as Buruman
Masako Katsuki as Beppiin
Mika Kanai as Yakkyun (ep 30)
Miki Itou as Sophie
Miki Narahashi as Kiriman
Nobuo Tobita as Seiroomu
Shigeru Nakahara as Zenzain
Shozo Iizuka as Don Harumage
Takehito Koyasu as Saizon
Takeshi Kusao as
Lamuness I
Lamuness II
TARAKO as Hebimetako
Yuko Mizutani as Princes Ototo
Japanese companies
Spanish staff
Spanish cast
Translation: Bárbara Pesquer (Spain dub; 22 eps)
Ariadna Jiménez as Lamune Baba/Lamuness (Spain dub)

Ana Romano as Leska/Cafe au Lait (Spain dub)
Daniel Albiac as Da Cider (Spain dub)
Julia Chalmeta as Tama-Q (Spain dub)
Marta Estrada as Heavy Metal (Spain dub)
Noemi Bayarri as Cocoa (Spain dub)
Ramón Rocabayera as Don Harumage (Spain dub)
Rosa Moyano as Milk (Spain dub)

Jordi Pineda as King (Spain dub)
Spanish companies
Distributor: Jonu Media (Spain)
Arabic staff
Arabic companies
Broadcaster: Spacetoon
Distributor: Animation International (Mahr Al-Hajj Weiss)
Production: Animation International (Mahr Al-Hajj Weiss)
Arabic cast

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