Transformers: Scramble City (OAV)

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[ spinoff of Transformers (U.S. TV) ]

Alternative title:
Transformers: Scramble City Hatsudôhen (Japanese)
戦え!超ロボット生命体トランスフォーマー スクランブルシティ発動編 (Japanese)
Themes: mecha, super robot
Objectionable content: Mild
Plot Summary: The movie or special begins with the history of the Transformers on earth utilising the clips from the Chou-Robot Semeitai Tatakae Transformers. The story begins with the Cybertrons on a secret mission constructing a gigantic Cybertron warrior which resembles a city, Metroplex (Scramble City). The Destrons sent spies to monitor them and later sends the Constructicons to wreak havoc. Convoy and the aerialbots defeats Devastator but later faces Menasor. Bruticus (Combatrons) arrive to battle and later joined by Defensor (Protectobots). The battle was later joined by Metroplex and ends with the shocking appearance of Dinosaurer (Tripticon in US).
User Ratings: 38 ratings have been given [details]
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Seen in part or in whole by 137 users, rank: #3111 (of 6020)
Median rating: Decent
Arithmetic mean: 5.500 (Decent−), std. dev.: 2.0229, rank: #5077 (of 6015)
Weighted mean: 5.507 (Decent−), rank: #5105 (of 6015) (seen all: 5.57 / seen some: 6.00 / won't finish: 4.08)
Bayesian estimate: 6.024 (Decent), rank: #3907 (of 4523)
Running time: 15 minutes
Number of episodes: 1
Vintage: 1986
Opening Theme:
"Transformers" by Satoko Shimonari
Ending Theme:
"Peace Again" by Satoko Shimonari
Trivia: We have 1
Comment:
Originally meant to be an OAV series, Scramble City was created to take place between the second and third season of the original Transformers Series. This was meant to take the place of Transformers The Movie which didn't see a release in Japan until 1990. Unfortunately the first episode ended on a cliffhanger and a second episode was never released. However, there was an informal sequel created by Takara using stop motion footage of the actual toys.
Scramble City is featured on Disc 1 of the Transformers: The Movie 20th Anniversary Special Edition DVD release. Due to licensing issues, the U.S. release has no audio; instead, it features commentary by two Transformers fans.
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Yuji Endo
Script: Toyohiro Andô
Art Director: Shoichiro Sugiura
Animation Director: Satoshi Yamaguchi
Art Advancement: Hiroshi Misono
Assistant Director: Jun Fukuda
Audio Director: Shōzō Tajima
Editing: Masaaki Hanai
Finishing Advancement: Susumu Nishikawa
Original Mechanical Design:
Hiroyuki Obara
Shohei Kohara
Shoji Kawamori
Photography: Masayuki Hirono
Production Assistant: Yasukazu Makihara
Recording: Katsuyuki Kondō
Special Effects: Nobuhiro Shimokawa
Theme Song Arrangement: Shiro Sagisu
Theme Song Composition: Kyohei Tsutsumi
Theme Song Lyrics: Akira Ootsu
Theme Song Performance: Satoko Shimonari
Banjou Ginga as Ultra Magnus
Seizo Katou as Megatron
Tesshô Genda as Convoy

Gara Takashima as Carly 
Hirotaka Suzuoki as Starscream
Issei Masamune as
Narrator
Soundwave
Keiichi Nanba as Broadcast(Blaster)
Ken Shiroyama as
Blades 
Bruticus 
Firebolt 
Skydive
Vortex 
Kenyuu Horiuchi as
Air Rider 
Guardian 
Hot Spot 
Kôki Kataoka as
Dragstrip 
Meister 
Kouji Totani as
Menasor
Motormaster
Masashi Ebara as
Brawl 
Dead End 
Scavenger 
Teletraan I
Teletran 1 
Osamu Saka as
Groove 
Swindle 
Wheeljack
Seizo Katou as Devastator
Sho Hayami as
Blast Off 
Bonecrusher 
Ironhide 
Spike Witwicky 
Takurou Kitagawa as
Mixmaster 
Scavenger 
Tomomichi Nishimura as
Silverbolt
Superion
Toshio Ishii as
Long Haul
Meister(Jazz)
Scrapper 
Yoku Shioya as
Bumble(Bumblebee)
Firebolt(Fireflight)
Yutaka Shimaka as
Bruticus
Long Haul 
Onslaught
Wildrider 

Frank Welker as Jaguar
Hirotaka Suzuoki as Powerglide
Keiichi Nanba as Chip Chase 
Ken Shiroyama as Ratbat
Kenyuu Horiuchi as Grapple 
Masashi Ebara as
Skywarp
Smokescreen 
Sho Hayami as Tracks 
Takurou Kitagawa as
Skydive 
Warpath 
Toshio Ishii as Sparkplug Witwicky 
Yoku Shioya as Glen 
Yutaka Shimaka as Thundercracker

Japanese companies
Animation: Toei Animation
Audio Production: Cosmo Promotion
Film Developing: Toei Chemical Industry
Music Production: Columbia Music Entertainment
Sound Effects: Shin Onkyō
English staff
English cast
(none)
Alex Weiner as Commentary(TFW2005.com)
Rick Alvarez as Commentary(Transformers Collectors' Club)
English companies
Licensed by: Hasbro (video only)
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