Miami Guns (TV)

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[ adapted from Miami Guns (manga) ]

Alternative title:
マイアミ☆ガンズ (Japanese) 
Genres: action , comedy 
Themes: police 
Objectionable content: Significant 
Plot Summary: Spoiled rich girl Yao Sakurakouji decides to join the Miami police force to enjoy car chases, gunfights and wanton destruction. The psychotic and not-too-bright Yao is partnered with Lu Amano, the soft-spoken and sharp-tongued daughter of the police chief. Together the dirty duo clean up the streets of Miami and take on a mysterious crime syndicate known only as 'The Organization'. 
User Ratings: 160 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 7 votes (dub:5, edit.dub:1, sub:1)
 Excellent: 16 votes (dub:10, sub:5, others:1
1 Spanish subtitled
)
 Very good: 23 votes (sub:14, dub:8, others:1
1 French subtitled
)
 Good: 33 votes (sub:18, dub:14, others:1
1 Spanish subtitled
)
 Decent: 27 votes (sub:14, dub:13)
 So-so: 21 votes (sub:12, dub:7, raw:1, others:1
1 French subtitled
)
 Not really good: 11 votes (sub:7, dub:3, raw:1)
 Weak: 8 votes (sub:6, dub:2)
 Bad: 6 votes (dub:5, sub:1)
 Awful: 4 votes (sub:3, dub:1)
 Worst ever: 4 votes (dub:2, sub:2)
Seen in part or in whole by 306 users, rank: #2177 (of 5989)
Median rating: Decent
Arithmetic mean: 6.125 (Decent), std. dev.: 2.3123, rank: #4193 (of 5983)
Weighted mean: 6.077 (Decent), rank: #4244 (of 5983) (seen all: 6.34 / seen some: 5.91 / won't finish: 3.33)
Bayesian estimate: 6.179 (Decent+), rank: #3680 (of 4521)
Running time: 25 minutes per episode 
Number of episodes: 13 
Episode titles: We have 13
Vintage: 2000-02-05 to 2000-05-20 
Release dates: We have 4
Opening Theme:
"Seeds" by Lastier 
Ending Theme:
"奇蹟の城 (Kiseki no Shiro; Castle of Miracles)" by epidemic 
Links: We have 1
Trivia: We have 1
Reviews:
Miami Guns DVD 4 (Jan 17, 2005)
Miami Guns DVD 3 (Oct 15, 2004)
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DVD (Region 1)
    Miami Guns (DVD 1) 2004-06-22 (from $5.00)
    Miami Guns (DVD 2) 2004-08-03 (from $5.00)
    Miami Guns (DVD 3) 2004-09-14 (from $5.00)
    Miami Guns (DVD 4) 2004-10-26
    Miami Guns - Bundle (DVD 1-4)

Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Yoshitaka Koyama 
Series Composition: Yutaka Hirata 
Screenplay:
Akatsuki Yamatoya (eps 4, 9, 12) 
Katsuyuki Sumisawa (eps 6, 10) 
Tamio Hayashi (eps 3, 8, 11) 
Yoshitaka Koyama (ep 2) 
Yutaka Hirata (5 episodes
eps 1-2, 5-6, 13
)
 
Storyboard:
Katsumi Endo (ep 9) 
Kiyoshi Egami (ep 8) 
Moriichi Higashi (ep 4) 
Nanako Shimazaki (eps 5, 11) 
Shigeru Kimiya (eps 6, 10) 
Shin'ichi Masaki (eps 1, 12) 
Shougo Kawamoto (ep 3) 
Soichi Masui (ep 7) 
Takashi Yokoyama (ep 2) 
Yoshitaka Koyama (ep 13) 
Music: Kou Nakagawa 
Original creator: Takeaki Momose 
Character Design: Hiroaki Nakajima 
Art Director: Masatoshi Muto 
Animation Director:
Kazuaki Moori (OP) 
Moriichi Higashi (ep 4) 
Nanako Shimazaki (eps 5, 11) 
Shigeru Kimiya (eps 2, 6, 10) 
Shin'ichi Masaki (eps 8, 12) 
Soichi Masui (ep 7) 
Takashi Tanasawa (eps 3, 9) 
Toshio Matsuhashi (ED) 
Yoshitaka Koyama (eps 1, 13) 
Sound Director: Hideo Takahashi 
Chief Key Animation Supervisor: Minefumi Harada 
Design Production: Yoshihiro Oyabu 
Digital Manager: Masahiro Itou 
Editing: Masashi Furukawa 
Editing Assistant: Yuuji Oka 
Key Animation:
Akio Shimotsukasa (ep 1) 
Hiroyuki Kamura (eps 1, 9, 11) 
Hiroyuki Shimizu (eps 1, 7, 9, 11) 
Katsumi Aoshima (eps 1, 9, 11) 
Kazuhiro Sasaki (ep 1) 
Keiji Shigesawa (ep 1) 
Minefumi Harada (ED; ep 13) 
Nobuyuki Tokinaga (ep 1) 
Ryo Komori (eps 1, 7, 9, 11) 
Takeyuki Mizumura (eps 1, 7, 9, 11) 
Tatsuro Nagai (eps 1, 7) 
Yuichiro Miyake (ep 1) 
Yukio Okabe (ep 1) 
Key Animation Supervisor:
Hiroaki Nakajima (ep 13) 
Hitoshi Haga (eps 4, 10) 
Kazuhiro Sasaki (eps 7, 11) 
Minefumi Harada (OP) 
Nobuyashi Sozaki (ep 6) 
Sawako Yamamoto (ep 5) 
Yoshihiro Matsumoto (ep 3) 
Yoshitaka Yasuda (eps 2, 8, 12) 
Yuji Yanase (ep 9) 
Yuka Kudo (ep 1) 
Layout: Sawako Yamamoto (ep 5) 
Music producer: Shin Shibata 
Recording: Akiyoshi Yoda 
Sound Effects: Hiroki Nozaki 
Sound Production Manager: Kisuke Koizumi 
Megumi Toyoguchi as Yao Sakurakouji 
Yukari Tamura as Lu Amano 

Akira Ishida as Julio Peacemaker 
Chiaki Osawa as Nagisa Tojo 
Hiroki Takahashi as Kosuke 
Masaya Takatsuka as Takuro 
Mitsuru Ogata as Chief Amano 
Rie Tanaka as Kaken Musume 

Hiroki Takahashi as
Anthony 
Cloaked Phantom(eps 9, 11) 
Man A(ep 5) 
Reporter(ep 1) 
Hiroyuki Yokoo as George 
Ikue Kimura as
Female Staff(ep 6) 
Girl 2(ep 2) 
Ishida(ep 3) 
Mako(ep 8) 
Masaya Takatsuka as
Aota(eps 9, 11) 
Man B(ep 5) 
Policeman(ep 1) 
Masayuki Nakata as
Announcer(ep 6) 
Criminal(ep 2) 
Criminal E(ep 1) 
Man D(ep 5) 
SP(ep 12) 
Street Racer(ep 4) 
Mitsuru Ogata as
Master(ep 5) 
Renji(ep 8) 
Norihisa Mori as
Asakawa(eps 9, 11) 
Haruki 
Man C(ep 5) 
Schoolgirl(ep 3) 
Shingo Horii as Yao's Father 
Yukari Tamura as Al 
Yuuko Satou as
Maid(eps 7-13 odd) 
Mother(ep 1) 
Japanese companies
Backgrounds: Studio Jack 
Broadcaster: TBS 
Digital Paint: Lightfoot 
Digital Photography: Lightfoot 
In-Between Animation: Studio CATS 
Music Production: Pony Canyon 
Production:
Animaruya 
Group TAC 
Kodansha 
TOHO 
Recording Studio: Jinnan Studio 
English cast
English staff
ADR Director:
Pamela Weidner 
Scott Houle 
Executive producer:
Connie Field 
Gene Field 
Creative Development:
Alden Thomas 
Krystyn Jones 
DVD Authoring: Alden Thomas 
DVD Coordination & Production:
Alden Thomas 
John Oppliger 
Krystyn Jones 
Marketing & Package Design: Krystyn Jones 
Subtitle Script Editor: John Oppliger 
Subtitle Timing: Kevin Reid 
Nicole Gibson as Yao Sakurakouji 
Suzanne Willard as Lu Amano 

Bill Munoz as Julio Peacemaker 
Charles Dee Rice as Amano 
Crystal Waters as Nagisa Tojo 
James Morasso as Haruki Ishikawa 
Jess Wells as Kosuke 
Mary Evans as Kaken Musume 
Ralph RedPath as Jii 
Rudy Roberson as Takuro 

Adrian Howard as
Maria(ep 2) 
Mother(ep 1) 
Bill Munoz as Robber(ep 1) 
Charles Dee Rice as Chief Amano 
Christopher Evans as TV reporter(ep 1) 
Dawes Lee as
Detective(ep 8) 
Mad Demon(ep 2) 
Principal(ep 3) 
Toranosuke(ep 10) 
Debra Austin as Woman(ep 8) 
Frank Marshall as
Deka Robo(ep 10) 
Driver(ep 4) 
George 
Leon Morimoto(ep 2) 
Master(ep 5) 
Watermelon Man(ep 6) 
James Morasso as
Haruki 
Unlisted Credits(Incidentals) 
Jay Joslin as Henchman A(ep 9) 
Jeremy Travis Burgess as
Driver(ep 4) 
Sumi Irotarou(ep 2) 
Josh Batenhorst as
Anthony 
Driver(ep 4) 
Mark Morales as
Antonio(ep 6) 
Driver(ep 4) 
Fatso(ep 10) 
Teacher(ep 3) 
Peter Donahue as Driver(ep 4) 
R.K. Roberson as Takuro(eps 1-7) 
Ralph RedPath as Hachiroku(ep 4) 
Rhyos Beoulve as Haruki Ishikawa 
Rico Wison as Takuro(eps 8-13) 
Robin Elliot as Yao's Mother(ep 2) 
Scott Bailey as
Driver(ep 4) 
Yao's Father 
Scott Treadway as
Bruce Tsuji(ep 6) 
Driver(ep 4) 
Ninja(ep 2) 
Rabbit Man(ep 4) 
Troop Leader(ep 3) 
Treena Hales as Mako(eps 8-9) 
Willie Repoley as
Driver(ep 4) 
Henchman B(ep 9) 
Renji(ep 8) 

English companies
DVD Authoring & Encoding: DVS/Intelestream 
Licensed by: AN Entertainment 
Recording Studio: Phoenix Post Sound 
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