Kamen Rider (live-action TV)

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Related anime:
    Kamen Rider Spirits (manga) (remake)
    Go Go Kamen Rider (live-action movie) (1971, sequel)
    Kamen Rider tai Shocker (live-action movie) (1972-03-18, sequel)
    Kamen Rider tai Jigoku Taishi (live-action movie) (1972-07-16, sequel)
    Kamen Rider V3 (live-action TV) (1973-02-17 to 1974-02-09, sequel)
      Kamen Rider V3 (live-action movie) (1973, sequel)
      Kamen Rider V3 tai Destron Kaijin (live-action movie) (1973-07-18, sequel)
      Kamen Rider X (live-action TV) (1974-02-16 to 1974-10-12, sequel)
        Kamen Rider X (live-action movie) (1974, sequel)
        Kamen Rider X: Go-nin Rider tai King Dark (live-action movie) (1974-07-25, sequel)
        Kamen Rider Amazon (live-action TV) (1974-10-19 to 1975-03-29, sequel)
          Kamen Rider Amazon (live-action movie) (1975, sequel)
          Kamen Rider Stronger (live-action TV) (1975-04-05 to 1975-12-27, sequel)
            Kamen Rider Stronger (live-action movie) (1975, sequel)
            New Kamen Rider (live-action TV) (1979-10-05 to 1980-10-10, sequel)
              Kamen Rider: Hachi-nin Rider tai Ginga-oh (live-action movie) (1980-03-15, sequel)
              Kamen Rider Super-1 (live-action TV) (1980-10-17 to 1981-10-03, sequel)
                Kamen Rider Super-1 (live-action movie) (1981-03-14, sequel)
                Jūgō Tanjō! Kamen Rider Zen'in Shūgō!! (live-action special) (1984-01-03, sequel)
                  Kamen Rider BLACK (live-action TV) (1987-10-04 to 1988-10-09, sequel)
                    Kamen Rider Black (live-action movie) (1988-03-12, sequel)
                    Kamen Rider BLACK: Kyoufu! Akuma Touge no Kaijin kan (live-action movie) (1988-07-09, sequel)
                    Kamen Rider BLACK RX (live-action TV) (1988-10-23 to 1989-09-24, sequel)
                      Kamen Rider BLACK RX: Sekai ni Kakeru (live-action 3D movie) (1989-04-29, sequel)
    Kamen Rider SD (OAV) (1993-01-25, Parody)
    Kamen Rider ZO (live-action special) (1993-04-17)
      Kamen Rider World (live-action movie) (1994, sequel)
    Kamen Rider J (live-action special) (1994-04-16)
    Kamen Rider Kuuga (live-action TV) (2000-01-30 to 2001-01-21)
    Kamen Rider Agito (live-action TV) (2001-01-28 to 2002-01-27)
      Kamen Rider Agito: Project G4 (live-action movie) (2001-09-22, sequel)
      Kamen Rider Agito Special: Aratanaru Henshin (live-action) (2001-10-01)
    Kamen Rider Ryuki (live-action TV) (2002-02-03 to 2003-01-19)
      Kamen Rider Ryuki Episode Final (live-action movie) (2002-08-17, alternate ending)
      Kamen Rider Ryuki Special: 13 Riders (live-action) (2002-09-19, alternate retelling)
    Kamen Rider 555 (live-action TV) (2003-01-26 to 2004-01-18)
      Gekijōban Kamen Rider 555: Paradise Lost (live-action movie) (2003-08-16, alternate retelling)
    Kamen Rider Blade (live-action TV) (2004-01-25 to 2005-01-23)
      Kamen Rider Blade: Missing Ace (live-action movie) (2004, sequel)
    Kamen Rider Hibiki (live-action TV) (2005)
      Kamen Rider Hibiki and the Seven War Demons (live-action movie) (2005-09-03, sequel)
    Kamen Rider the First (live-action movie) (2005-11-05, remake)
    Kamen Rider Decade (live-action TV) (2009-01-25)
      Kamen Rider G (live-action special) (2009-01-31, spinoff)
    Hybrid Insector (manga) (2011)
    OOO, Den-O, All Riders: Let's Go Kamen Riders (live-action movie) (2011-04-01)

Alternative title:
Kamen Rider Ichigo 
Masked Rider 
仮面ライダー (Japanese) 
Themes: cyborg , martial arts 
Objectionable content: Mild 
Plot Summary: College student and aspiring motocross racer Takeshi Hongo is abducted by evil organization known as "Shocker" and converted into a cyborg warrior to do their bidding. But before the Shocker can brainwash him, an explosion occurs in the laboratory and Hongo escapes. Using his new powers, Hongo becomes Kamen Rider and wages a battle to keep mankind safe from Shocker. During Kamen Rider's battles with Shocker, photographer Hayato Ichimonji is abducted in Mexico by the organization and converted into a cyborg. Unfortunately for them, Kamen Rider interferes with the operation and Ichimonji becomes Kamen Rider 2, Shocker's newest enemy. 
Running time: 23 minutes per episode 
Number of episodes: 98 
Episode titles: We have 98
Vintage: 1971-04-03 to 1973-02-10 
Opening Theme:
#1: "Let's Go! Rider Kick!" by Hiroshi Fujioka (eps 1-12) 
#2: "Let's Go! Rider Kick!" by Kouichi Fuji (eps 13-88) 
#3: "Rider Action" by Masato Shimon (eps 89-98) 
Ending Theme:
#1: "Kamen Rider no Uta" by Kouichi Fuji (eps 1-71) 
#2: "Rider Action" by Masato Shimon (eps 72-88) 
#3: "Lonely Kamen Rider" by Masato Shimon (eps 89-98) 
Links: We have 3
Trivia: We have 6
News: Show:
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Japanese Box Office (Sep 14, 2004)
PS2 and PSone Anime Games (Aug 31, 2002)
Dorama Encyclopedia (Jul 13, 2002)
Bandai Licences Kikaider (Feb 11, 2002)
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Scenario:
Chousekitaka Otoko (ep 11) 
Hisashi Yamasaki (eps 9-10) 
Mari Takizawa (6 episodes
eps 5, 8, 12, 18, 24-25
)
 
Masahiro Tsukuda (ep 22) 
Masaru Igami 
Masayuki Shimada (eps 4, 19, 23) 
Moriichi Ichikawa (ep 4) 
Episode Director:
Hidetoshi Kitamura (eps 5, 8, 13) 
Itaru Orita (12 episodes
eps 2, 4, 6-7, 11-12, 14-17, 19, 23
)
 
Koichi Takemoto (eps 1, 3) 
Minoru Yamada (7 episodes
eps 9-10, 18, 21-22, 24-25
)
 
Music: Shunsuke Kikuchi 
Original creator: Shotaro Ishinomori 

Theme Song Lyrics: Shotaro Ishinomori 
Theme Song Performance:
Hiroshi Fujioka (OP 1) 
Kouichi Fuji (OP 2/ED 1) 
Masato Shimon (ED 2/ED 3) 
Hiroshi Fujioka as Takeshi Hongo / Kamen Rider 1 
Rokuro Naya as Takeshi Hongo / Kamen Rider 1(voice only; eps 11-13) 
Takeshi Sasaki as Hayato Ichimonji / Kamen Rider 2 

Akiji Kobayashi as Tôbei 'Oya-san' Tachibana 
Eisei Amamoto as Dr. Shinigami 
Goro Naya as Shocker Leader(voice) 
Hideyo Amamoto as Dr. Shinigami 
Jiro Chiba as Kazuya Taki 
Jiro Miyaguchi as Captain Zol 
Kenji Ushio as Jigoku Taishi (Hell Ambassador) 
Matasaburo Tanba as Black Shogun 

Akiko Nakata as Yokko 
Bunya Nakamura as Sarasenian (Saracenia Kaijin)(eps 4, 13, 27) 
Chieko Morikawa as Ruriko Midorikawa(eps 1-13) 
Eken Mine as
Garagaranda(ep 79) 
Gokiburi-Otoko(ep 28) 
Inokabuton(ep 98) 
Komori-Otoko (Bat Kaijin)(eps 2, 13) 
Mogurangu(ep 55) 
Emily Takami as Emi 
Hiroya Ishimaru as
Construction site operator(ep 6) 
Shocker Scientist(ep 1) 
Ichirô Murakoshi as
Arigabari(ep 31) 
Sea-Dragon(ep 76) 
Isao Yatsu as
Eikingu(ep 38) 
Gebacondor (Condor Kaijin)(eps 11, 13, 27) 
Jaguar-man(ep 66) 
Pirazaurus(eps 16-17) 
Katsumi Nakajima as Michi 
Keisuke Yamashita as
Fukurou-Otoko(ep 60) 
Haetoribachi(ep 92) 
Hirugerira(ep 48) 
Imorigesu(ep 77) 
Jigoku-Sanda(ep 26) 
Kabibinga(ep 44) 
Nekoyamori(ep 88) 
Saigyangu(eps 63, 66) 
Keizou Kuraguchi as
Mukadetaiga(ep 91) 
Shocker Rider No. 5(eps 93-94) 
Kouichi Ueda as Girugarasu(ep 52) 
Linda Yamamoto as Mari 
Machiko Nakajima as Tokko 
Mahito Tsujimura as
Dokugander (Poison Moth Kaijin)(eps 20-21) 
Dokumondo(ep 50) 
Hirukamereon(eps 97-98) 
Isogin Jaguar(ep 84) 
Kamakiri-Otoko (Praying Mantis Kaijin)(eps 5, 13) 
Kamesuton(ep 50) 
Kanari-Cobra(ep 89) 
Musasabidoru (Flying Squirrel Kaijin)(ep 23) 
Namekuji-Kinoko(ep 94) 
Namekujira(ep 45) 
Shocker Rider No. 6(eps 93-94) 
Spider Lion(ep 87) 
Unidoguma(ep 66) 
Zanjio(ep 66) 
Michihiro Ikemizu as
Arumajirongu(ep 30) 
Ganikoumoru(eps 78-79) 
Garaokkusu(ep 95) 
Hitodanger (Starfish Kaijin)(ep 18) 
Jaguar-man(ep 53) 
Kabutorongu(ep 65) 
Mogurangu(ep 41) 
Ougon-Ookami-otoko(ep 39) 
Sasori-Otoko (Scorpion Kaijin)(eps 3, 13) 
Shirakyurasu(ep 74) 
Shocker Rider No. 1(eps 92-94) 
Sno-Man(ep 40) 
Todokira(ep 47) 
Zanburonzo(ep 30) 
Michiko Takebe as Girira(ep 56) 
Mimi as Chokko 
Osamu Ichikawa as
Erekibotaru(ep 70) 
Goro Hayase(voice only; ep 3) 
Hainrihhi(voice only; eps 6-7) 
Inokabuton(ep 83) 
Jiken-ryo Ookami otoko(ep 39) 
Sea-Dragon(ep 76 trailer) 
Shinigami Chameleon (Chameleon Kaijin)(ep 6) 
Shocker Rider No. 2(eps 93-94) 
Umi-hebi otoko(ep 54) 
Osamu Saka as Bear-Kong(ep 46) 
Ritsuo Sawa as
Gamagira(ep 34) 
Harinezurasu(ep 62) 
Isoginchakku(ep 49) 
Kerage-Ururfu(ep 82) 
Mukaderasu(ep 27) 
Puranodon(ep 43) 
Shinigami Chameleon (Chameleon Kaijin)(eps 6-7, 13) 
Shiomanekingu(eps 72-73) 
Torikabuto(ep 37) 
Ryuuji Saikachi as
Kumo-Otoko (Spider Kaijin)(eps 1, 13) 
Semiminga(ep 64) 
Shinji Nakae as Narrator 
Shinzo Hotta as Tokageron (Lizard Kaijin)(ep 13) 
Shouji Nishizaki as
Ganikoumoru(ep 80) 
Nezukondoru(eps 89-90) 
Utsubogamesu(ep 85) 
Shun Yashiro as
Abugomesu(ep 71) 
Amazonia (Piranha Kaijin)(ep 22) 
Gira-Koorogi(ep 69) 
Girizamesu(ep 67) 
Gosuta(ep 41) 
Hae-Otoko(ep 42) 
Harinezurasu(ep 66) 
Kanikoumoru(ep 97) 
Kinokomorgue (Mushroom Kaijin)(eps 24-25) 
Mimizu-otoko(ep 59) 
Mosukirasu(ep 72) 
Mukadetaiga(ep 98) 
Saboten-batto(eps 96, 98) 
Sasori-tokagesu(ep 81) 
Yunikorunosu(ep 51) 
Susumu Mizushima as
Cobra-Otoko (Cobra Kaijin)(eps 9-10, 13) 
Yamogeras (Gecko Kaijin)(eps 12-13) 
Tadao Futami as Kamakiri-Kid(ep 56) 
Terue Nunami as
Bararanga(ep 75) 
Dokudarian(ep 32) 
Hachi-Onna (Bee Kaijin)(eps 8, 13) 
Kuragedaru(ep 29) 
Tetsuya Kaji as Kanibubbler (Crab Kaijin)(eps 19, 37) 
Tomiya Seki as
Doku-Tokage-Otoko(eps 58, 66) 
Ejiputasu(ep 36) 
Namazugira(ep 61) 
Shocker Rider No. 4(eps 93-94) 
Washikamagiri(ep 86) 
Tomonori Yazaki as Naoki 
Toshiaki Suzuki as
Arumajirongu(ep 41) 
Saboteguron (Cactus Kaijin)(eps 14-15) 
Shocker Rider No. 3(eps 93-94) 
Tsuyako Yuki as Arikimedesu(ep 35) 
Wakako Oki as Yuri 
Yôko Shimada as Hiromi Nohara(eps 1-13) 

Eiji Maruyama(ep 1) 
Eisuke Yoda(ep 46) 
Hiroya Ishimaru(ep 15) 
Isao Sasaki(ep 81) 
Masayuki Kato(eps 9, 77) 
Taimei Suzuki(eps 53, 55) 
Takao Ohyama(ep 70) 
Japanese companies
Broadcaster:
NHK 
TV Asahi 
Music Production: Columbia Music Entertainment 
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