Mobile Suit SD Gundam (OAV)

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[ part of [SD Gundam] ]

Related anime:
    Mobile Suit SD Gundam Mk II (OAV) (1989-06-25, sequel)
      Mobile Suit SD Gundam Mk III (OAV) (1989-03-25, sequel)
        Mobile Suit SD Gundam Mk IV (OAV) (1990-09-25, sequel)
          Mobile Suit SD Gundam Mk V (OAV) (1990-10-25, sequel)
    Doozy Bots (U.S. TV) (1991, spinoff)

Alternative title:
Kidō Senshi SD Gundam (Japanese) 
SD Gundam Mk. I 
機動戦士SDガンダム (Japanese) 
Genres: action , comedy , science fiction 
Themes: mecha 
Objectionable content: Mild 
Plot Summary: A collection of short parodies of the Mobile Suit Gundam saga. Episode 1 pokes fun at key events that occurred during the One Year War. In episode 2, Amuro, Kamille and Judau fight over who runs the better pension when Char comes in to crash their party. Episode 3 is the SD Olympics, an array of athletic events pitting man with mobile suit. 
User Ratings: 98 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 5 votes (sub:3, dub:1, others:1
1 Korean subtitled
)
 Excellent: 7 votes (sub:7)
 Very good: 22 votes (sub:17, dub:2, ?:2, raw:1)
 Good: 25 votes (sub:22, dub:2, raw:1)
 Decent: 17 votes (sub:14, dub:3)
 So-so: 6 votes (dub:3, sub:3)
 Not really good: 4 votes (sub:2, dub:2)
 Weak: 3 votes (dub:2, sub:1)
 Bad: 2 votes (sub:2)
 Awful: 3 votes (dub:2, sub:1)
 Worst ever: 4 votes (dub:3, sub:1)
Seen in part or in whole by 294 users, rank: #2234 (of 6012)
Median rating: Good
Arithmetic mean: 6.408 (Decent+), std. dev.: 2.3467, rank: #3645 (of 6005)
Weighted mean: 6.426 (Decent+), rank: #3560 (of 6005) (seen all: 6.70 / seen some: 6.07 / won't finish: 0.62)
Bayesian estimate: 6.548 (Good−), rank: #3053 (of 4573)
Running time: 10 minutes per episode 
Number of episodes: 3 
Episode titles: We have 3
Vintage: 1988-03-12
Release dates: We have 3
Trivia: We have 3
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Osamu Sekita 
Script: Hiroyuki Hoshiyama 
Episode Director: Osamu Sekita 
Original creator:
Hajime Yatate 
Yoshiyuki Tomino 
Character Design: Gen Sato 
Art Director: Mitsuharu Miyamae 
Animation Director:
Hiromi Matsushita 
Hiroshi Watanabe 
Mechanical design: Gen Sato 
Sound Director: Koichi Chiba 
Director of Photography: Atsushi Okui 
Producer: Hironori Nakagawa 

Animation Supervisor: Gen Sato 
In-Between Check: Naoko Takenawa 
Original Mechanical Design: Kunio Okawara 
Planning Manager: Makoto Shibazaki 
Production manager: Atsushi Sugita 
Setting Production: Noboru Nakayama 
Kazuki Yao as
Judau Ashta 
ZZ Gundam(eps 1-2) 
Nobuo Tobita as
Kamille Bidan 
Zeta Gundam(eps 1-2) 
Shuuichi Ikeda as
Char Aznable 
Char's Zaku(ep 1) 
Gelgoog(ep 1) 
Zeong(ep 1) 
Tohru Furuya as
Amuro Ray 
Gundam(ep 1) 

Bin Shimada as Paptimus Scirocco 
Chieko Honda as Elpeo Ple 
Fuyumi Shiraishi as Mirai Yashima 
Hirotaka Suzuoki as Bright Noah 
Keiko Han as Lalah Sune 
Maya Okamoto as Emma Sheen 
Miki Itou as Mineva Zabi 
Rumiko Ukai as Frau Bow 
Saeko Shimazu as Four Murasame 
Sanae Takagi as Haro 
Toshio Furukawa as Kai Shiden 
Yoshiko Sakakibara as Haman Khan 
You Inoue as Sayla Mass 
Yuko Mizutani as Sarah Zabiarov 

Daisuke Gouri as Dozle Zabi 
Hazuki Kadoma as Chara Soon 
Hidekatsu Shibata as Degwin Sodo Zabi 
Hideyuki Tanaka as Woody Malden 
Ichirô Nagai as Narrator 
Katsuji Mori as Garma Zabi 
Keiko Toda as Matilda Ajan 
Miyuki Matsuoka as Fa Yuiri 
Shuuichi Ikeda as Hyaku-Shiki(ep 3) 
Japanese companies
Distributor: Bandai Visual 
Production:
Sotsu Co., Ltd. 
Sunrise 
Production Assistance: EMUAI 
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