Capricorn (OAV)

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[ adapted from Capricorn (manga) ]

Alternative title:
カプリコン (Japanese)
Themes: dragons
Plot Summary: In the blink of an eye, high school student Taku Shimamura finds himself transported to the bizarre world of Slaffleaze, where intelligent creatures govern and the ruling class, led by the villainous Zolba, is plotting the invasion of the world they know as Capricorn, the Earth. Joining together with the oppressed Slaffleaze peasants, Taku must find a way to stop Zolba`s dark forces before the way to the unsuspecting Earth is opened. In order to do so, he must first gain the love and trust of the last of the Yappie, the ancestral guardians of Slaffeaze. This is a task that will take more than a little courage and daring, for the last Yappie is not just a cute young female, she`s also a dragon.
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Seen in part or in whole by 87 users, rank: #3621 (of 5996)
Median rating: So-so
Arithmetic mean: 5.234 (So-so+), std. dev.: 2.0957, rank: #5307 (of 5991)
Weighted mean: 5.095 (So-so), rank: #5423 (of 5991) (seen all: 5.10 / seen some: 5.02)
Bayesian estimate: 5.591 (Decent−), rank: #4258 (of 4543)
Running time: 45 minutes
Number of episodes: 1
Vintage: 1991-04-05
Release dates: We have 1
Ending Theme:
"Goodbye Stranger Days" by Yumi Hiroki
"Sayonara Stranger Days" by Yumi Hiroki
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Takashi Imanishi
Storyboard: Shinichiro Watanabe
Original Manga: Johji Manabe
Character Design: Moriyasu Taniguchi
Animation Director: Moriyasu Taniguchi
Executive producer: Tomohiro Tsukada
Key Animation:
Haruya Nakahira (DAST)
Hiromi Muranaka (Studio Mu)
Kiyoshi Nohji (Anime R)
Mitsumasa Kimura (DAST)
Takuji Yoshimoto (Anime R)
Tetsu Inoue (Anime R)
Toshiyuki Kono (Anime R)
Yasuharu Ogura (Atelier Fukuro)
Planning: Yuji Yatabe
Theme Song Arrangement: Ikuro Fujiwara
Theme Song Composition: Ikuro Fujiwara
Theme Song Performance: Yumi Hiroki
Masami Kikuchi as Taku
Naoko Matsui as Mona

Akio Ohtsuka as Gail
Naoki Tatsuta as Dr. Garetti
You Yoshimura as Bobo

Akifumi Endô as Operator
Kenichi Ogata as King
Kiyoto Yamada as Yappi Leader
Masaya Onosaka as Jill
Michitaka Kobayashi as Dragon Leader
Minoru Inaba as Dr. Yottle
Shinya Ohtaki as Commander
Shouji Endo as Chief Server
Yuri Amano as Non
Japanese companies
Distributor: Starchild Records
Finish Animation: Studio Bogi
Key Animation: Atelier Fukuro
Photography: Studio Cavern
Production: Aubec
English staff
English cast
Executive producer: John Ledford

International Coordination: Toru Iwakami
(none)
English companies
Licensed by: ADV Films
Tagalog staff
Tagalog cast
Dubbing Director: Ryan Ang

Translator / Writer: Katiyn Masilungan
Benjie Dorango as Taku

Benjie Dorango as
Dragon of Light
Ryu
Christian Velarde as
Doppe
Jill
Danny Mandia as Dr.Galetti
J.jO Reyes as Yappi Commander
Pocholo Gonzales as
Baker
Bobo
Dr. Yottru
Richard Jr. Ang as
Dragon Leader
Enemy Commander
Robert Brillantes as
King
Zolba
Ryan Ang as Mogege
Tagalog companies
Broadcaster: Hero
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