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©1989 Takachiho & Studio Nue • Sunrise, Inc. 


 
[ sequel of Crusher Joe: The Movie ]

Alternative title:
クラッシャージョウ OVA (Japanese) 
Genres: adventure , science fiction 
Objectionable content: Significant 
Plot Summary: Two missions for the crushers. In "The Ice Prison", Joe and his team are assigned to adjust the orbit of a prison located on an ice asteroid before it disintegrates as it falls onto the planet Kirius. The prison is filled with political prisoners contrary to the autocracy of Kirius consequently rising the suspicion of the crushers. In "The Final Weapon: Ash", the team is secretly hired directly by the president of the nation of Bandor to rescue an officer carrying a bomb capable of annihilating all living organisms of an entire planet. 
User Ratings: 70 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 1 vote (sub:1)
 Excellent: 4 votes (sub:3, dub:1)
 Very good: 15 votes (sub:11, dub:4)
 Good: 26 votes (sub:15, dub:10, raw:1)
 Decent: 13 votes (sub:10, dub:3)
 So-so: 3 votes (sub:3)
 Not really good: -
 Weak: 5 votes (sub:3, raw:1, dub:1)
 Bad: -
 Awful: -
 Worst ever: 3 votes (sub:2, dub:1)
Seen in part or in whole by 136 users, rank: #3111 (of 6009)
Median rating: Good
Arithmetic mean: 6.514 (Good−), std. dev.: 1.9838, rank: #3397 (of 6002)
Weighted mean: 6.616 (Good−), rank: #3134 (of 6002) (seen all: 6.78 / seen some: 3.03 / won't finish: 0.00)
Bayesian estimate: 6.750 (Good−), rank: #2612 (of 4564)
Running time: one hour per episode 
Number of episodes: 2 
Episode titles: We have 2
Vintage: 1989-02-05 to 1989-06-05 
Ending Theme:
"Innocent Dreamer" by Carlos Toshiki & Omega Tribe 
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DVD (Region 1)
    Crusher Joe - Two Disc Set (DVD) 2003-09-23

Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Toshifumi Takizawa 
Screenplay: Fuyunori Gobu 
Music: Keiichi Oku 
Original creator: Haruka Takachiho 
Character Design: Yoshikazu Yasuhiko 
Art Director: Yûsho Okada 
Animation Director: Tomohiro Hirata 
Executive producer:
Umeyo Itô 
Yasuo Shibue 
Producer:
Eiji Sashita (Sunrise) 
Hiroshi Hirayama (VAP) 

In-Between Animation: Masami Goto 
Key Animation: Norio Matsumoto (ep 2) 
Hiroshi Takemura as Joe 

Akifumi Endô as Prisoner 
Daisuke Gouri as Figaro 
Hiroshi Hashimoto as
Pilot 
Prisoner(OAV 1) 
Hiroyuki Suzuki as
Enlisted Man 
Prisoner(OAV 1) 
Iemasa Kayumi as Hume 
Ikuya Sawaki as Captain 
Issei Futamata as Dongo 
Katsumi Suzuki as Officer 
Keiko Yamaoka as Waitress 
Kenji Utsumi as Mardo 
Kiyoshi Kobayashi as Talos 
Kiyoyuki Yanada as Jimenes 
Masaaki Tsukada as Barney 
Masako Katsuki as Female Newscaster 
Masashi Ebara as Captain 
Mikio Terashima as Elgarno 
Minoru Inaba as Warden 
Mitsuo Senda as Kabul 
Naoki Makishima as Prisoner 
Noriko Ohara as Ricky 
Rodger D. Smith as Eyecatcher(OAV 1) 
Run Sasaki as Alfin 
Shinya Ohtaki as Male Newscaster 
Shôji Ehara as Hoira 
Yasuo Muramatsu as Carlos 
Yoshiko Sakakibara as Tanya 
Yuzuru Fujimoto as Gellstan 
Japanese companies
Broadcaster: Bandai Channel 
Production:
Studio Nue 
Sunrise 
VAP 
English staff
English cast
Music: Kevin Turner 
Translation: Shin Kurokawa 
Executive producer: Robert J. Woodhead 
Producer: Janice Hindle 

Audio Engineer: Nick Stuteville 
Communications: Billie Houle 
Dialogue Mixer: Ron Abfalter 
Duplications: B. J. Toney 
DVD Producer: Michael Morton 
DVD Production Assistant:
Nikki Miani 
Steve Klem 
DVD Production Manager: Scott Carlson 
Effects Editor: Kevin Turner 
Script Supervision: Brian Hinnant 
SFX Designer: Skip Bowerman 
Subtitling Director: Robert J. Woodhead 
Voice Direction: Scott Houle 
Dave Underwood as Talos 
Juliet Cesario as Alfin 
Michael Brady as Joe 
Michael Titterton as Hume 
Shaun O'Rourke as Ricky 

Bill Nixon as Soldier 
Bill Shank as Male Newscaster 
David Arnold as Staff Officer 
David Woods as Assistant 
Jim Clark as Gabbuuru 
Jim Leonard as Prisoner 4 
Jordan Rhodes as Barney 
Lanelle Markgraf as Announcer 
Larry Tobias as Staff Officer 
Lyndon Daverwood as Worker 
Marc Matney as Pigaro 
Mark Franklin as Prisoner 2 
Mark McCoy as Prisoner 5 
Michael S. Way as Ghellstan 
Nat Burton as Worker 
Pamela Weidner as Waitress 
Patrick Humphrey as Captain 
Rick Forrester as
Dongo 
Prisoner 1 
Robert Hodge as Pilot 
Ronnie Lamana as Prisoner 3 
Sara Seidman as Female Newscaster 
Scott Simpson as Reporter 
Sean P. O'Connell as Prisoner 6 
Steve Willkins as Prison Robot 
Thomas Roday as Guard 2 
Tony Schnur as Communications Officer 
Tyson Harris as Guard 

English companies
DVD Authoring: Cinepost 
Licensed by: AnimEigo 
Recording Studio: Coastal Carolina Sound Studios 
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