Kamen Rider 555 (live-action TV)

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Alternative title:
Kamen Rider Faiz (Japanese) 
Masked Rider Phi's 
Masked Rider φ's 
仮面ライダー555 <ファイズ> (Japanese) 
Genres: action , adventure , science fiction 
Themes: mecha 
Objectionable content: Mild 
Plot Summary: Young biker Takumi Inui trails a girl named Mari Sonoda, whom he suspects has his stolen gym bag. When he encounters Mari, he finds out that the bag she carries is not his and that she possesses some top-secret items developed by the Smart Brain Corporation. He also discovers that she's being hunted down by Orphnochs - enhanced humanoid beings sent by Smart Brain to recover the items. Takumi reluctantly uses two of the items - a cell phone and a belt - and becomes Kamen Rider Faiz to combat the Orphnoch threat. 
Running time: 25 minutes per episode 
Number of episodes: 50 
Episode titles: We have 50
Vintage: 2003-01-26 to 2004-01-18 
Opening Theme:
"Justiφ's (JustiPhi's)" by ISSA (eps 2-49) 
Ending Theme:
#1: "Dead or Alive" by Shinichi Ishihara 
#2: "The People With No Name" by m.c.A.T. 
#3: "EGO~Eyes Glazing Over~" by ICHIDAI 
#4: "Justiφ's (JustiPhi's)" by ISSA (ep 50) 
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Ryuta Tasaki 
Screenplay: Toshiki Inoue 
Music: Hayato Matsuo 
Original creator: Shotaro Ishinomori 

Creature Design: Tamotsu Shinohara (Orphanocs) 
Theme Song Performance:
ICHIDAI (EGO~Eyes Glazing Over~) 
m.c.A.T (People With No Name) 
Shinichi Ishihara (Dead Or Alive) 
Kento Handa as
Takumi Inui / Kamen Rider 555 Faiz 
Wolf Orphnoch 
Masayuki Izumi as
Kamen Rider 913 Kaixa (eps 49-50) 
Yuji Kiba / Horse Orphnoch 
Yuria Haga as Mari Sonoda 

Atsushi Harada as Shuji Mihara / Kamen Rider 333 Delta 
Gou Ayano as Aki Sawada / Spider Orphnoch 
Hitomi Kurihara as SMART Lady 
Katsuyuki Murai as Kyouji Murakami / Rose Orphnoch 
Ken Mizorogi as Keitaro Kikuchi 
Kohei Murakami as
Kamen Rider 333 Delta (ep 32) 
Kamen Rider 555 Faiz (ep 30) 
Masato Kusaka / Kamen Rider 913 Kaixa 
Masayuki Izumi as Kamen Rider 555 Faiz (eps 36-39) 
Mitsuru Karahashi as Naoya Kaido / Snake Orphnoch 
Rei Fujita as
Kamen Rider 333 Delta (eps 28-32) 
Kitazaki / Dragon Orphnoch 
Rie Kasai as Rina Abe 
Shun Yamazaki as Itsuro Takuma / Centipede Orphnoch 
Waka as Saeko Kageyama / Lobster Orphnoch 
Yoshika Kato as Yuka Osada / Crane Orphnoch 

Atsushi Ogawa as Minami-Keiji (eps 40-44) 
Chika Nakagami as T-CLUB owner 
Erika Niibo as Keiko Kurata 
Kairi Narita as Coral Orphnoch 
Kenneth Duria as J / Crocodile Orphnoch 
Koji Iwakawa as Detective Sawamura 
Koji Naka as Hanagata 
Manami Miwake as Hikaru Sonoya 
Masaki Tachi as Gorgeous Man / Swordfish Orphnoch 
Masato Uchiyama as Rabbit Orphnoch 
Mika Katsumura as Chie Morishita (eps 1-3) 
Seiji Takaiwa as Kamen Rider 555 Faiz /Wolf Orphenoch (suit actor) 
Shigeki Kagemura as Squid Orphnoch 
Takuji Kawakubo as Shingo Oota 
Tarô Ishida as Inspector Sonoya (Hikaru father) 
Teppei Sakata as Ohnogi / Scorpion Orphnoch 
Toshinobu Matsuo as Yoshimasa Morishita/Armadillo Orphnoch 
Tsuyoshi Koyama as Arch Orphnoch (voice) 
Japanese companies
Broadcaster: TV Asahi 
Music Production: Avex, Inc. 
English staff
English cast
2nd Ending Theme: Rider Chips 
English companies
Tagalog staff
Tagalog cast
Script: Francis Ibanez (1-10) 
Hazel Hernan as Mari Sonoda 
Louie Paraboles as Takumi Inui / Kamen Rider 555 Faiz 

Montreal Repuyan as Naoya Kaido / Snake Orphnoch 
Neil Yu as Masato Kusaka / Kamen Rider 913 Kaixa 
Robert Brillantes as Kyouji Murakami / Rose Orphnoch 

Tagalog companies
GMA Network (September 30, 2006) 
TeleAsia Filipino 

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