Chōseishin GranSazer (live-action TV)

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Related anime:
    Chōseishin GranSazer (manga) (adaptation)

Alternative title:
Ultra Star God GranSazer 
超星神グランセイザー (Japanese) 
Genres: action , adventure , science fiction 
Themes: mecha 
Objectionable content: Mild 
Plot Summary: Billions of years after an advanced human civilization was destroyed by aliens, twelve direct descendants of the civilization's warriors called "Sazers" have their powers awakened and form four tribes: Fire, Wind, Earth and Water. At first, they wage war on each other, but after learning the truth of their ancestry, the GranSazer tribes unite to protect Earth from the alien forces bent on once again extinguishing all life on the planet. 
Running time: 25 minutes per episode 
Number of episodes: 51 
Vintage: 2003-10-04 to 2004-09-25 
Opening Theme:
"Life Goes On" by Yuuya Asaoka 
Ending Theme:
"Kimi o Tsurete iku" (きみをつれていく) by Asami Abe 
Links: We have 1
Trivia: We have 3
Comment:
The first of the three titles (followed by Genseishin Justirisers and Chōsei Kantai Sazer-X) that comprised the short-lived Chōseishin Series from 2003 to 2006.

According to an issue of Animerica magazine, Chōseishin GranSazer was rumored to have been licensed for U.S. distribution by Lions Gate Entertainment. Since then, there has been no word on whether or not the rumor has been confirmed. However, Toho and Konami continued lobbying to have the series distributed internationally to fully compete with Toei's Super Sentai Series franchise (which is licensed by Disney as Power Rangers) until the failure of Sazer X killed all hopes. 
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Series Composition: Toshimichi Okawa 
Screenplay: Hideki Sonoda 
Mechanical design: Shinji Nishikawa 

Costume Design: Shinji Nishikawa (Sazer suits) 
Special Effects Director: Koichi Kawakita 
Theme Song Arrangement:
Koichi Murasaki (OP) 
Yoshimasa Inoue (ED) 
Theme Song Composition:
Eddy Blues (OP) 
Kyohei Kusumi (ED) 
Theme Song Lyrics:
326 (ED) 
Yuuya Asaoka (OP) 
Theme Song Performance:
Asami Abe (ED) 
Yuuya Asaoka (OP) 
Asuka Shimizu as Mika Shido / Sazer-Mithras 
Kouhei Takeda as Ken Shido / Sazer-Lion 
Ryo Segawa as Tenma Kudou / Sazer-Tarious 

Hideaki Serizawa as Akira Dentsuuin / Sazer-Remls 
Hideki Okada as Makoto Sorimachi / Sazer-Gorbion(eps 13-51) 
Kumiko Ito as Ai Uozumi / Sazer-Pisces 
Maya Hoshino as Ryoko Amemiya / Sazer-Velsou 
Ren Matsuzawa as Jin Hakariya / Sazer-Dail 
Sayaka Isoyama as Ran Saotome / Sazer-Visuel / Rubi 
Shoichiro Akaboshi as Prof. Ichiro Horiguchi 
Souji Masaki as Gou Kamiya / Sazer-Tragos 
Takuma Sugawara as Tappei Mikami / Sazer-Gans 
Tomohide Takahara as Naoto Matsuzaka / Sazer-Tawlon 

Chisun as
Impactor Lucia(eps 13-22) 
Luka(eps 43-44) 
Hideaki Takaoka as Impactor Radia(eps 13-15) 
Marie Sada as Ruby(human form; eps 46-51) 
Mika Chiba as Karin Saeki(eps 1-12) 
Satoshi Haga as
Boss Kite 
Person from Kurimineru 
Shinnosuke Abe as Shuuichi Yoshihama/Impactor Logia 
Shoko Ikeda as Dr. Satoko Hijitaka(ep 25) 
Shunsaku Kudô as Atsushi Misonogi(eps 9-51) 
Yuki Yoshida as Cap. Soichirô Okita(eps 9-51) 
Japanese companies
Broadcaster:
Spacetoon (arabic) 
TV Tokyo 
Stunt Coordination: J-Stunts Network 
English cast
English staff
(none)
Brian Zimmerman as Tenma Kudou/Sazer Tarious 
Chuck Powers as Ken Shindou/Sazer Lion 

Brian Zimmerman as Naota Matsukawa/Sazer Tawlon 
Chuck Powers as
Jin Hakariya/Sazer Dail 
Tappei Mikami /Sazer Gans 

Brian Zimmerman as
Impactor Logia(human form) 
Narrator 
Soichirou Okita 
Chuck Powers as Atsushi Misonogi 
English companies
Tagalog staff
Tagalog companies
(none)
Broadcaster:
GMA Network 
Hero 
Tagalog cast
Louie Paraboles as Tenma Kudou / Sazer-Tarious 
Wendy De Leon as Ran Saotome 
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