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Kidō Senshi Z Gundam -Hoshi wo Tsugu Mono- (Japanese)
Kidō Senshi Z Gundam III - Hoshi no Kodō wa Ai (Japanese)
Kidō Senshi Z Gundam Ⅱ-Koibitotachi- (Japanese)
Mobile Suit Z Gundam - A New Translation I: Eredi delle stelle (Italian)
Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam - A New Translation II: Amanti (Italian)
Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam - A New Translation III: L'amore fa palpitare le stelle (Italian)
Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam: A New Translation - Heirs to the Stars
Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam: A New Translation II - Lovers
Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam: A New Translation III - Love is the Pulse of the Stars
機動戦士Zガンダム -星を継ぐ者- (Japanese)
機動戰士Z鋼彈 首部曲 星之繼承者 (Chinese (Taiwan))
2004-10-17 (Tokyo International Fantastic Film Festival, Movie I)
2005-05-28 (Japan, A New Translation I -Heir to the Stars-)
2005-08-20 (Taiwan, Heir to the Stars special screening)
2005-10-28 (Taiwan, Heir to the Stars theatrical premiere)
2005-10-29 (Japan, A New Translation II -Lovers-)
2006-03-03 (Taiwan, A New Translation II -Lovers-)
2006-03-04 (Japan, A New Translation III)
2006-08-18 (Taiwan, A New Translation III)
#1: "Kimi ga Matteiru Kara (Remix ver.)" (君が待っているから; Since You Are Waiting) by Gackt [Part I]
#2: "Mind Forest" by Gackt [Part II]
#3: "Love Letter" by Gackt [Part III 1st ED Theme]
#4: "Dybbuk" by Gackt [Part III 2nd ED Theme]
Digitally remastered compilation movie trilogy for the Zeta Gundam
TV series with some new footage. Made for Zeta Gundam
's 20th Anniversary celebration.
Like the Mobile Suit Gundam movie trilogy, the majority of the original cast of Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam reprised their roles for this theatrical version—with the exception of Yukana replacing Saeko Shimazu as Four Murasame, Satomi Arai replacing Miyuki Matsuoka as Fa Yuiry, and a few others. You Inoue, who died in 2003, was posthumously credited, as an archived recording of her voice was used in a cameo appearance of Sayla Mass in the third film.
Bandai Entertainment has licensed the movie trilogy, but their release dates are currently pending.