Wild 7 (OAV)

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[ adapted from Wild 7 (manga) ]

Related anime:
    Wild 7: Swirling Canal (TV) (sequel)

Alternative title:
ワイルド7 (Japanese) 
Genres: action 
Themes: police 
Objectionable content: Intense 
Plot Summary: An elite police crime fighting team is formed using convicted criminals. Using their first hand knowledge of the criminal mindset, the Wild 7 are first sent after a gang of Bank robbers. Then in Wild Biker Knights they are sent after a huge crime syndicate that has many high powered government officials in its deep pockets. 
User Ratings: 14 ratings have been given [details]
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Seen in part or in whole by 31 users, rank: #4740 (of 6009)
Median rating: Decent
Arithmetic mean: 5.857 (Decent), std. dev.: 1.3015, rank: #4650 (of 6002)
Weighted mean: 5.971 (Decent), rank: #4501 (of 6002) (seen all: 5.97 / seen some: 6.00)
Bayesian estimate: 6.694 (Good−), rank: #2738 (of 4566)
Running time: 50 minutes per episode 
Number of episodes: 2 
Vintage: 1994-12-17 to 1995-02-21 
Opening Theme:
"Wild" by Kahoru Kohiruimaki 
Ending Theme:
"Wild" by Kahoru Kohiruimaki 
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Kiyoshi Egami 
Screenplay: Ginzo Choshiya 
Isao Torada (ep 1) 
Kiyoshi Egami (ep 2) 
Shōgo Kōmoto (ep 2) 
Music: Kazushi Umezo 
Original Manga: Mikiya Mochizuki 
Character Design:
Akira Takeuchi 
Hisaishi Hirai 
Animation Director: Hisashi Hirai 
Producer: Tatsumi Yamashita 

Key Animation: Tatsuo Yamada 
Hideo Ogata 
Shou Oka 
Theme Song Arrangement:
Keiichi Ueno 
Yoshitaka Kuratomi 
Theme Song Composition: Keiichi Ueno 
Theme Song Lyrics: Kahoru Kohiruimaki 
Theme Song Performance: Kahoru Kohiruimaki 
Toshihiko Seki as Dairoku Hiba 

Ai Orikasa as Shinobe 
Hiroshi Yanaka as Kuromatsu 
Kazuki Yao as Ryougoku 
Kiyoshi Kobayashi as Sekai 
Kouichi Yamadera as Happyaku 
Masahiro Anzai as Chaashuu 
Tesshô Genda as Hebopi 
Yamaguchikun Konto as Oyabun 

Reiko Chiba as Iko 
Rokuro Naya as Narusawa 
Shinichiro Miki as Prisoner 
Tomomichi Nishimura as Ouiwa 
Toshiyuki Morikawa as Tada 
Japanese companies
Animation Production:
Studio Senkan 
Character Design: Nakamura Production 
Fuji TV 
Tokuma Shoten 
English staff
English cast
Director: Sandee Yamamoto 
Script: Steve Kramer 
Jimmy Yamasaki 
Mary Yamamoto 
Executive producer: Mataichiro Yamamoto 
Audio Sweetening:
Ernie Sheesley 
Glen Matisoff 
Post-Production Supervision: Scott Narrie 
Recording engineer: Scott Forno 
Talent Coordination:
Dee Imawura 
Latascha Thomas 
Title Design: Kevin Eddleman 
Adam Paul as Hiba 
Alex Fernandez as
Archie Hahn as Cha-Shu 
Dan Woren as
Kuromatsu's Aide 
Eddie Frierson as
Cpt. Kusanami 
Security Tech 2 
Jeff Winkless as
Bank Robber 5 
John Demita as Kuromatsu 
John Hostetter as Toi 
Joshua Seth as Ryogoku 
Mari Devon as Iko 
Mark Shera as Oyabun 
Michael Sorich as
Prosecutor Narusawa 
Susan Hickman as Fujina Sawaguchi 
Wendee Lee as Shinobeh 

English companies
ADR Production: Sky Quest Entertainment 
Licensed by:
Enoki Films 
Urban Vision 
Recording Studio: The Post Office, LLC 
Translation: New Generation Pictures 
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