Kamen Rider BLACK RX: Sekai ni Kakeru (live-action 3D movie)

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Alternative title:
Masked Rider BLACK RX: Stay in the World 
仮面ライダー世界に駆ける (Japanese) 
Genres: action , adventure , science fiction 
Objectionable content: Mild 
Plot Summary: The Crisis Empire lays a trap for Kotaro Minami, sending our hero back in time where he once again confronts Gorgom. There, he reverts into the original Kamen Rider BLACK, but is captured by Gorgom's priests. Unfortunately for Crisis, when they send Kotaro back in time, they don't realize that Kotaro has separated from his Kamen Rider BLACK RX persona. RX travels back in time to bring himself back to the present day. RX's other personas Biorider and Roborider appear as well, and all four of them team up to settle a score with Crisis. 
Running time: 17 minutes 
Vintage: 1989-04-29 
Opening Theme:
"Kamen Rider BLACK RX" by Takayuki Miyauchi 
Originally played at an amusement park in Japan as a 3-D movie. 
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Original creator: Shotaro Ishinomori 

Theme Song Performance: Takayuki Miyauchi (OP) 
Tetsuo Kurata as
Kamen Rider BLACK 
Kotaro Minami / Kamen Rider BLACK RX 

Atsuko Takahata as Maribaron 
Hirokazu Shoji as Dalom 
Hitomi Mei as Beshium 
Takayuki Kitamura as Gatenzone 
Toshimichi Takahashi as General Jak 

Atsuo Mori as
Desugaron (voice) 
Toripuron (Shared voice) 
Eisuke Yoda as
Daromu (voice) 
Musarabisara (voice) 
Toripuron (Shared voice) 
Kaoru Shinoda as
Gainagisukan (voice) 
Toripuron (Shared voice) 
Seizo Katou as General Jak (voice) 
Japanese companies
Music Production: Columbia Music Entertainment 
Stunt Coordination: Japan Action Enterprise 

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