Captain Tsubasa: Europe Daikessen (movie 1)

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[ related to Captain Tsubasa (TV) ]

Alternative title:
Captain Tsubasa Film 01: Der große Wettkampf in Europa (German) 
Captain Tsubasa Película 01: La gran batalla de Europa (Spanish) 
Captain Tsubasa: The great competition of Europe 
Holly e Benji: La grande sfida europea (Italian) 
Los Supercampeones: El Reto Europeo (Spanish) 
Olive et Tom Film 1: Le défi européen - un match amical (French) 
キャプテン翼 ヨーロッパ大決戦 (Japanese) 
Genres: tournament 
Themes: soccer , sports 
Plot Summary: The first Captain Tsubasa movie is about a match between an "All Europe Boy Soccer Team" and an "All Japan Boy Soccer Team" and takes place at the end of the first TV series. When the Japanese team arrives in Europe they meet incredible players with skills and strength they never had to face before. Shortly after the beginning of the match the Tachibana brothers shoot a goal with their "acrobatic soccer", but the Europeans have a supreme organisation and their legendary captain Karl-Heinz Schneider from Germany seems to be undefeatable. For Wakashimazu is totally overcharged with Schneider, the injured goalkeeper genius Wakabayashi takes his place and manages to stop Schneider's "fire shots". After that Japan finally manages to win the match 3:2. 
User Ratings: 22 ratings have been given [details]
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Seen in part or in whole by 100 users, rank: #3394 (of 5921)
Median rating: Good
Arithmetic mean: 7.318 (Good+), std. dev.: 1.0611, rank: #1561 (of 5914)
Weighted mean: 7.301 (Good+), rank: #1462 (of 5914) (seen all: 7.27 / seen some: 8.00)
Bayesian estimate: 7.385 (Good+), rank: #1080 (of 4468)
Running time: 41 minutes 
Vintage:
1985 (Summer) 
1985-07-13 (Japan) 
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
(none)
Youko Ogai as Tsubasa Ohzora 

Eiko Yamada as Taro Misaki 
Hiroko Maruyama as Ryo Ishizaki 
Hirotaka Suzuoki as Kojiro Hyuga 
Kazuki Yao as Heffner 
Keiichi Nanba as Karl Heinz Schneider 
Kenyuu Horiuchi as Elcid Pierre 
Kouichi Hashimoto as Genzo Wakabayashi 
Mie Susuki as Hikaru Matsuyama 
Nobuo Tobita as Ken Wakashimazu 
Japanese companies
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French staff
French cast
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Adrien Antoine as Mark Landers 
Antoine Nouel as Olivier Atton 
Luc Boulad as Ben Becker 
Sébastien Desjours as Thomas Price 
Vincent Barazzoni as Bruce Harper 
French companies
Broadcaster: Game one 
Broadcastre: Mangas 
Spanish staff
Spanish companies
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Broadcaster: Televisa Canal 5 (Mexico) 
DVD Distribution: Towers Entertainment (México) 
Spanish cast
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Italian staff
Italian companies
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Distributor: Yamato Video 
Internet Streaming: Mediaset Infinity 
Italian cast
Fabrizio Vidale as Oliver Hutton 
Francesco Prando as Mr. Peter Colby 
Giorgio Borghetti as Benjamin Price 
Piera Vidale as Maggie Hutton 
Rossella Acerbo as Rose Mary Holder 
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