Muteki Robo Trider G7 (TV)

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Alternative title:
L'invincibile robot Trider G7 (Italian) 
Trider G7 
無敵ロボ トライダーG7 (Japanese) 
Genres: action , adventure , science fiction 
Themes: mecha 
Objectionable content: Mild 
Plot Summary: Takeo Watta inherits a company upon his father's death. The company focuses on space travel, and the transformable robot Trider-G7 is their greatest creation. When an evil space organization lead by Lord Zakuron starts attacking Earth, Watta has to use Trider in a more combat-oriented way. 
Running time: half hour per episode 
Number of episodes: 50 
Episode titles: We have 50
Vintage: 1980-02-02 to 1981-01-24 
Release dates: We have 10
Opening Theme:
"Tryder G7" by Isao Taira 
Ending Theme:
"Ore Wa Shachou Da" by Isao Taira 
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Katsutoshi Sasaki 
Series Composition: Hiroyuki Hoshiyama 
Music: Juichi Sase 
Original Concept: Hajime Yatate 
Character Design: Nobuyoshi Sasamon 
Art Director: Takashi Miyano 
Animation Director:
Akihiro Kanayama (14 episodes
eps 2, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18, 22, 26, 30, 34, 38, 42, 45, 49
)
 
Akira Saijo 
Nobuyoshi Sasakado 
Mecha design: Kunio Okawara 
Producer:
Ayumi Sekioka (Nagoya TV) 
Masami Iwasaki (Nihon Sunrise) 
Nobuyuki Okuma (Sotsu Agency) 

Key Animation: Nobuyoshi Sasakado 
Sound Effects: Kazutoshi Sato 
Theme Song Performance: Isao Taira 
Satomi Majima as
Uoo Takeo 
Watta Takeo 

Akira Murayama as Daimon Sensei 
Fumio Matsuoka as Kurado(eps 34-39) 
Hajime Koseki as Kozo 
Harumi Baba as Mieko Teacher 
Ichirô Nagai as Mr. Kakikoji 
Junpei Takiguchi as Donma(eps 14-20) 
Kazue Takahashi as Okane 
Kazuyuki Sogabe as Zakuron 
Keaton Yamada as Zuru(1st Voice/ep 7) 
Keiko Han as Ikue Sunahara 
Kenichi Ogata as Chief Adachi(2nd voice) 
Masaru Ikeda as Ondoron 
Norio Wakamoto as Yaru(eps 1-7) 
Reiko Mutoh as Jilva(eps 27-33) 
Ritsuo Sawa as Zuruchin(eps 8-13) 
Ryusuke Shiomi as Chief Adachi(1st voice) 
Sanae Takagi as Sachiko Takeo 
Shigeru Chiba as Zuru(2nd Voice/ep 14-20) 
Shigezou Sasaoka as Jackal(eps 21-26) 
Tokio Seishi as Mr. Kinoshita 
Toshio Furukawa as Kenichi Ohyama 
Yuzuru Fujimoto as Tetsuo Atsui 

Japanese companies
Animation: Nakamura Production 
Broadcaster: Bandai Channel 
Production: Sunrise 
Sound Effects: E&M Planning Center 
Italian staff
Italian cast
Script: Alessandra Poggio 
Coordination: Alessandra Poggio (Ad Libitum) 
Editing: Carlo Cavazzoni 
Executive Director: Carlo Cavazzoni 
Graphic Assistant: Matteo Castronuovo 
Graphic Design: Paolo Torchetti 
Licensing: Mandy Mometti 
Marketing Consultant:
Alice Quaglino (Filmicom) 
Giorgio Pulini (italian edition) 
Product Manager: Michele Stagni 
Production Assistant: Valentina Marini 
Project Manager: Alex Corazza 
Publishing Director: Anna Marani 
Alina Moradei as Madre di Watta 
Anna Rosa Garatti as Ikue 
Emilio Marchesini as Ondron 
Ettore Conti as
Kapikoji 
Ondron 
Massimo Còrizza as Keniichi 
Rino Bolognesi as
Kinoshita 
Lord Zakuron 
Padre di Watta 
Sciacal 
Rodolfo Bianchi as
Daimon 
Watta 
Sonia Scotti as
Gilda 
Kaoru 
Italian companies
Broadcaster:
Italia 7 
Ka-Boom (from 24 January 2014) 
Rete A/All Music (from 1981) 
Super 3 
TeleNova 
Distributor:
Cooperativa Sincrovox 
Dynamic Italia (2nd edition) 
Post Production: DVD Hotminds S.r.l. 
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