Toki no Tabibito -Time Stranger- (movie)

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Alternative title:
時空の旅人 -Time Stranger- (Japanese)
Themes: time travel
Plot Summary: Agino Jiro escapes the despotic world of the twenty-fifth century by stealing a time machine. He's forced to highjack a car to use as a power source in the twentieth century, and accidently brings a group of high school students along with their teacher with him. They make brief stops durring the fire bombing of Tokyo, the Meiji Revolution and the battle of Sekigahara to escape the Time Patrol agent sent to hunt them down. Their final destination is 1582, where they become guests of Oda Nobunaga, just four days before his assassination. They then must make a hard choice about whether or not to change history.
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Seen in part or in whole by 48 users, rank: #4535 (of 6387)
Median rating: Decent
Arithmetic mean: 6.926 (Good), std. dev.: 1.9422, rank: #2719 (of 6389)
Weighted mean: 6.459 (Decent+), rank: #3733 (of 6389) (seen all: 6.46)
Bayesian estimate: 6.788 (Good−), rank: #2679 (of 4847)
Running time: 91 minutes
Vintage: 1986-12-20
Premiere date:
1986-12-20 (Japan)
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Mori Masaki
Original creator: Taku Mayumura
Character Design: Moto Hagio
Art Director: Kazuo Oga
Animation Director: Takuo Noda
Mechanical design: Koji Morimoto
Sound Director: Susumu Aketagawa
Director of Photography: Kinichi Ishikawa
Executive producer: Haruki Kadokawa
4ch Trackdown: Eihiko Ohno
Assistant Animation Director: Kyoko Matsubara
Color setting: Yoshiharu Wakai
Editing: Harutoshi Ogata
Editing Assistant: Yukiko Itou
Future City Setting: Takashi Watabe
Music Director: Ryouichi Kuniyoshi
Music producer: Hikaru Ishikawa
Music Recording: Masayoshi Okawa
Original Haiku: Haruki Kadokawa
Production Advancement:
Masahiro Otake
Shunsuke Kawamoto
Production Affairs: Nobuko Maruyama
Production manager:
Kazunobu Shimizu
Yoshimi Asari
Production Supervision: Yasuo Takahashi
Recording: Ichiro Tsujii (Aoi Studio)
Recording Assistant: Nobuyoshi Uebayashi
Setting: Yoshio Takeuchi
Sound Effects: Shizuo Kurahashi (Toyo Onkyo)
Sound Effects Assistant: Hideharu Koike
Sound Production: Masafumi Mima
Technical Assistant: Mikio Mori
Technical Supervision: Iwao Yamaki
Theme Song Arrangement: Tatsuro Yamashita
Theme Song Composition: Mariya Takeuchi
Theme Song Lyrics: Mariya Takeuchi
Theme Song Performance: Mariya Takeuchi
Titles: Yukio Kumagai
Keiko Toda as Agino Jiro

Hiromi Murata as Teko Saotome
Makio Inoue as Toshito Kutajima
Masane Tsukayama as Sedoudo Jin
Mitsuo Iwata as Shinichi Hase
Seiji Kumagai as Nobuccho Yamazaki
Takeshi Aono as Hokuben

Hideyuki Hori as Red warrior
Katsumi Toriumi as Boumaru
Kôichi Kitamura as Captain Olgantino
Masato Hirano as Red warrior
Michihiro Ikemizu as Sakin Shima
Michiko Abe as
future teacher
Osamu Saka as Heizou Oohira
Reizô Nomoto as Old lady
Ryo Horikawa as
Mori Ranmaru
war boy
Ryouichi Tanaka as Red warrior
Tadashi Yokouchi as Oda Nobunaga
Yoshio Kaneuchi as Akechi Mitsuhide
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