Kamen Rider V3 (live-action TV)

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[ sequel of Kamen Rider (live-action TV) ]

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Alternative title:
Masked Rider V3
仮面ライダーV3 (Japanese)
Objectionable content: Mild
Plot Summary: After witnessing a murder by the evil organization "Destron," Shiro Kazami becomes their next target. Shiro goes home to find his parents and sister murdered by Destron before Kamen Rider 1 and 2 save him from the same fate. He asks them to convert him into a cyborg, but they decline, reminding him of the pain of losing their humanity. During a battle against the Destron leader, Shiro thwarts the organization's plot to destroy the Riders - at the expense of his life. The Riders then have no choice but to turn him into a cyborg. Shortly afterwards, Shiro becomes Kamen Rider V3 to protect mankind against Destron.
Running time: 29 minutes per episode
Number of episodes: 52
Episode titles: We have 52
Vintage: 1973-02-17 to 1974-02-09
Opening Theme:
"Tatakae! Kamen Rider V3" by Hiroshi Miyauchi & The Swingers
Ending Theme:
#1: "Shonen Rider no Uta" by Ichiro Mizuki and Columbia Yurikago-kai (eps 1-42)
#2: "Hashire Hurricane" by Masato Shimon and Columbia Yurikago-kai (eps 43-52)
Links: We have 3
Trivia: We have 2
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Hiroshi Miyauchi as Shiro Kazami / Kamen Rider V3

Akiji Kobayashi as Tôbei 'Oya-san' Tachibana
Akira Yamaguchi as Jouji Yuki / Riderman(eps 43-51)
Eiji Go as Baron Fang
Goro Naya as High Destron
Hideki Kawaguchi as Shigeru Tama
Hiroshi Fujioka as Takeshi Hongo / Kamen Rider 1
Hizuru Ono as Junko Tama
Jotaro Senba as Doktor G
Ken Kawashima as Ken Sakuma
Sachio Fujino as Archbishop Wing
Takeshi Sasaki as Hayato Ichimonji / Kamen Rider 2

Eriko Sekiguchi as Yukiko Kazami
Hideyo Amamoto as Dr. Shinigami(eps 27-28)
Kunio Kaga as Tatsuji Kazami
Miki Masaki as Aya Kazami
Ritsuo Sawa as Hasami-Jaguar(eps 1-2)
Shinji Nakae as Narrator
Japanese companies
English staff
English companies
(none)
Broadcaster: Oceanic Cable (Hawaii)
DVD Encoding: JN Productions, Inc.
Licensed by: JN Productions, Inc.
English cast
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