Digimon Tamers Movie 6: The Runaway Digimon Express

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Alternative title:
Digimon Tamers: Bōsō Digimon Tokkyū (Japanese) 
Digimon Tamers: Reckless Driving - Digimon Super-Express 
Runaway Locomon 
デジモンテイマーズ 暴走デジモン特急 (Japanese) 
數碼寶貝 暴走特急 (Chinese (Taiwan)) 
Genres: action , adventure , comedy , science fiction 
Objectionable content: None 
Plot Summary: Locomon, a train digimon, has suddenly appeared in the real world. All the tamers scramble to stop the train before it reaches its final destination: the portal into the Digital world. 
User Ratings: 195 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 13 votes (sub:10, dub:2, others:1
1 Spanish subtitled
 Excellent: 18 votes (sub:10, dub:6, edit.dub:2)
 Very good: 38 votes (sub:22, dub:12, raw:1, edit.dub:1, others:2
1 Spanish subtitled
1 Portuguese subtitled
 Good: 55 votes (sub:29, dub:23, edit.dub:1, raw:1, others:1
1 Spanish dubbed
 Decent: 30 votes (sub:17, dub:13)
 So-so: 17 votes (sub:10, dub:5, raw:1, edit.dub:1)
 Not really good: 13 votes (dub:6, sub:5, others:2
2 Spanish subtitled
 Weak: 10 votes (sub:8, dub:2)
 Bad: -
 Awful: -
 Worst ever: 1 vote (?:1)
Seen in part or in whole by 737 users, rank: #1417 (of 6495)
Median rating: Good
Arithmetic mean: 6.810 (Good−), std. dev.: 1.8173, rank: #2983 (of 6494)
Weighted mean: 6.714 (Good−), rank: #3153 (of 6494) (seen all: 6.73 / seen some: 5.65)
Bayesian estimate: 6.761 (Good−), rank: #2822 (of 4947)
Running time: 29 minutes 
Vintage: 2002-03-02
Premiere date:
2002-03-02 (Japan) 
Opening Theme:
"The Biggest Dreamer" by Kouji Wada 
Ending Theme:
"Yuuhi No Yakusoku" by AiM 
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Aoi Tada as Terriermon 
Fumiko Orikasa as Ruki Makino 
Makoto Tsumura as Takato Matsuda 
Masako Nozawa as Guilmon 
Mayumi Yamaguchi as Lee Jenrya 
Yuka Imai as Renamon 

Ai Iwamura as Marineangemon 
Ai Nagano as Lee Shuichon 
Aoi Tada as Lopmon 
Hiroki Takahashi as Impmon 
Ikkei Seta as Cyberdramon 
Jun'ichi Kanemaru as Ryo Akiyama 
Kiyoyuki Yanada as Guardromon 
Susumu Chiba as Mitsuo Yamaki 
Touko Aoyama as Kenta Kitagawa 
Yukiko Tamaki as Hirokazu Shiota 

Kaneta Kimotsuki as Parasaimon 
Tomoko Kaneda as Culumon 
Yoko Asada as Juri Katou 
Yuuta Mochizuki as Rokomon 
Japanese companies
English staff
English cast
ADR Director: Mary Elizabeth McGlynn 
Translation: Grace Anderson 
Producer: Rita Majkut 

Motion Graphics: Terry Keating 
Production Coordination: Lindsey Myers 
Production manager: Laura Lopez 
Re-Recording Mixing: Ernie Sheesley 
Sound FX Editor: Ron Salaises 
Brian Beacock as Takato Matsuki 
Clara Edmonds as Ruki Makino (Omni Prod. dub) 
Dave Wittenberg as Henry Wong 
Mari Devon as Renamon 
Melissa Fahn as Rika Nonaka 
Mona Marshall as Terriermon 
Steven Blum as Guilmon 

Brad MacDonald as Kazu Shiota 
Derek Stephen Prince as Beelzemon 
Lex Lang as Cyberdramon 
Michelle Ruff as Lopmon 
Peggy O'Neal as Suzie Wong 
Richard Cansino as Guardromon 
Steve Staley as Ryo Akiyama 
Steven Blum as
Kenta Kitagawa 

Barbara Goodson as Seiko Hata 
Brianne Siddall as Calumon 
Bridget Hoffman as Jeri Katou 
David Lodge as
Head Train Operator 
Jamieson K Price as Janyu Wong 
Lex Lang as Locomon 
Mary Elizabeth McGlynn as
Rumiko Nonaka 
Tifanie Christun as Riley 
English companies
ABC Family (Jetix) 
Cartoon Network Philippines 
Toon Disney (Big Movie Show) 
Dubbing: STUDIOPOLIS, Inc. 
Chinese (Taiwan) staff
Chinese (Taiwan) companies
Licensed by: Horng En Culture 
Chinese (Taiwan) cast

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