Samurai Shodown: The Motion Picture (special)

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Alternative title:
Samurai Spirits - Haten Kouma no Sho (Japanese)
サムライスピリッツ 破天降魔の章 (Japanese)
侍魂 〜破天降魔之章〜 (Chinese (Taiwan))
Genres: action, adventure
Objectionable content: Mild
Plot Summary: Amakusa betrayed her fellow Holy Warriors and killed them all. Now, 100 years later, the warriors have been reincarnated and must work together to defeat her. But first, they need to get Haoumaru to remember his past life.
User Ratings: 129 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 1 vote (sub:1)
 Excellent: 2 votes (dub:1, sub:1)
 Very good: 3 votes (sub:2, others:1
1 Portuguese dubbed
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 Good: 7 votes (dub:4, edit.dub:1, sub:1, others:1
1 Portuguese dubbed
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 Decent: 18 votes (dub:11, sub:5, others:2
1 French subtitled
1 Spanish dubbed
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 So-so: 13 votes (sub:6, dub:6, ?:1)
 Not really good: 16 votes (dub:11, sub:4, others:1
1 Portuguese subtitled
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 Weak: 22 votes (dub:11, sub:9, others:2
1 Spanish dubbed
1 French subtitled
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 Bad: 17 votes (dub:12, sub:3, ?:1, others:1
1 Italian dubbed
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 Awful: 16 votes (dub:7, sub:5, edit.dub:2, ?:1, others:1
1 Spanish dubbed
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 Worst ever: 14 votes (dub:7, sub:6, ?:1)
Seen in part or in whole by 279 users, rank: #2546 (of 6770)
Median rating: Weak
Arithmetic mean: 3.519 (Not really good−), std. dev.: 2.3464, rank: #6654 (of 6781)
Weighted mean: 3.480 (Weak+), rank: #6676 (of 6781) (seen all: 3.50 / seen some: 3.00 / won't finish: 2.00)
Bayesian estimate: 3.850 (Not really good), rank: #5088 (of 5103)
Vintage: 1994-09-29 (TV special on Fuji TV)
Release dates: We have 2
Ending Theme:
"Daisuki to iu uso o tsuita" by GWINKO
Comment:
Loosely based on characters from SNK's best-selling Samurai Shodown game series.
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DVD (Region 1)
    Samurai Shodown (Dub.DVD) 2003-03-04

Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Hiroshi Ishiodori
Screenplay: Nobuaki Kishima
Storyboard: Hiroshi Ishiodori
Music: Kaoru Wada
Character Design: Kazunori Iwakura
Executive producer:
Kenji Shimizu
Yoshiro Kataoka
Animation Check:
Akihiro Mori (Tokyo Animation Center)
Atsuko Inada (Anime R)
Chizuko Iwasa (Samtac)
Harumi Ito (Anime R)
Hidekazu Kuboyama (Magic Bus)
Hideya Kan
Hirokazu Watanabe (Studio Wombat)
Hiromi Kubota (Tokyo Animation Center)
Hiroshiu Kameyama (Studio Wombat)
Hiroyuki Naruhou (Kigen Animation)
Jun Yoshida (Studio Wombat)
Kaoru Fujiwara (Magic Bus)
Kazuhisa Fujikawa (Studio Wombat)
Kazutaka Tamura (Magic Bus)
Keisuke Ikeda (Magic Bus)
Ken'ichi Ogawa (Studio Mu)
Kenji Yokoyama (MI)
Kiyotaka Iida (Studio Comet)
Koichi Nakaya (Studio Mu)
Masaki Sekine (Magic Bus)
Masaki Ueguchi (Studio Wombat)
Masami Murata (Anime R)
Minoru Kato (MI)
Mitsuko Taniguchi (Yumeta Company)
Satomi Tanaka (Studio Mu)
Satoshi Nishimura (Magic Bus)
Shinobu Tagashira (Yumeta Company)
Shungyoku Chin (Samtac)
Tadashi Kubo (Studio Wombat)
Tetsu Ogawa (Studio Comet)
Tomomi Tanaka (Studio Wombat)
Tooru Sawamura (Studio Wombat)
Toshie Sezaki (Tokyo Animation Center)
Toshikazu Motozumi (Studio Wombat)
Yasuhiro Takafuji (Magic Bus)
Yasuo Ishii (MI)
Yoshikazu Samura
Yukako Tsuzuki (Magic Bus)
Yukiko Shimizu (Yumeta Company)
Yukitoshi Morita (Studio Wombat)
Color design: Kazuko Satou
Continuity: Hiroshi Ishiodori
Production Director: Etsuko Komatsu
Production Planning:
Jun Nakajima
Yoshinori Takaoka
Public Relations: Momoko Konaka
Theme Song Performance: GWINKO (ED)
Shingo Katori as Haohmaru

Kōichi Kitamura as Shiranui Gen'an
Reiko Chiba as Nakoruru
Sakiko Tamagawa as Charlotte Christine de Colde
Shigezou Sasaoka as Earthquake
Takehito Koyasu as Tam Tam
Takeo Chii as Yagyū Jūbei
Takeshi Aono as Hattori Hanzō
Tesshō Genda as Wan-Fu
Wataru Takagi as Galford D. Weller
Yuji Mitsuya as Senryō Kyōshirō
Yuu Daiki as Amakusa Shirō Tokisada

Fujiko Takimoto as Child
Kazuhiko Kishino as Tokugawa Yoshimune
Megumi Terase as Chiyo
Miyuki Matsushita as Child C
Sakiko Tamagawa as Charlotte
Seiko Tomoe as Otami
Shingo Katori as Haoumaru
Tohru Senrui as Attendant
Tomohisa Asou as Gorō
Tomoko Maruo as Child B
Tsutomu Kashiwakura as Child A
Wataru Takagi as Galford
Yuu Daiki as Amakusa Shirou
Japanese companies
Backgrounds: Studio Uni
Music Production Assistance: Office Two-One
Original Concept: SNK
Photography: Studio Twinkle
Recording Studio: Aoi Studio
Sound Effects: Sound Box
Sound Production: Magic Capsule
English cast
English staff
ADR Director: Matt Greenfield
Executive producer:
John Ledford
Sharon Papa
Producer: Matt Greenfield

DVD Coordination: Janice Williams
International Coordination: Toru Iwakami
Post Production: Paul Killam
Script Adaptation: Matt Greenfield
Marcy Rae as Shiro Amakusa Tokisada
Milton Lawrence as Haohmaru

Brian Matthews as Jubei Yagyu
Carol Amerson as Nakoruru
Drew Scroggins as Tam Tam
Kurt Stoll as Galford
Matt Greenfield as Earthquake
Mungle Roberts as
Hanzo Hattori
Wan Fu
Neal Ford as Gen-An Shiranui
Tiffany Grant as Charlotte

Aaron Krohn as
Kyoshiro
Yoshimune
Carol Amerson as Child D
Christopher Isaac as
Goro
Village Men
Dennis Fowler as
Jashin Soldier
Swords Master
Jane Angus as
Village Women
Young Mother
Kathleen Jenkins as
Child A
Chiyo (Haohmaru's Mother)
Old Woman
Kimberly Yates as Child C
Lorriane Reyes as Child E
Steve Bosco as
Attendent
Moichiro
Tiffany Grant as Goro's Mom
Wendee Lee Curtis as Child B
English companies
ADR Production: Industrial Smoke & Mirrors
Broadcaster: The Anime Network
DVD Authoring & Encoding: M.O.F.C.
Licensed by: ADV Films
Recording Studio: Texas Video & Post
French staff
French cast
(none)
Catherine Conet as Amakuza
Olivier Cuvelier as Haohmaru

Catherine Conet as Nakoruru
Jean-Marc Delhausse as Yagyu Jubei
Jean-Pierre Denuit as Galford
Sylvain Goldberg as Gen-An Shiranui
Véronique Biefnot as Charlotte

Guylaine Gibert as Voix d’enfants
Jean-Marc Delhausse as Yoshimune
Sylvain Goldberg as
Kyoshiro Senrio
Moichiro
Véronique Biefnot as La mère d’Haohmaru

French companies
Broadcaster: Mangas
Distributor: AB distribution
Dubbing: Made In Europe
Spanish staff
Spanish cast
(none)
Ana Marín as Shiro Tokisada Amakusa (Spain dub)
Enrique Gracia as Haohmaru (Spain dub)

Cándido Blas as Genan Shiranui (Spain dub)
Eduardo Diez as Kyoshiro Senryo (Spain dub)
Gemma Sansans as Nakoruru (Spain dub)
Jaime Migueiz as Galford (Spain dub)
José Catalán as Tam Tam (Spain dub)
José Antonio Alaya as Wan Fu (Spain dub)
Juan Carlos González as Jubei Yagyu (Spain dub)
Juanjo Hernández as Hanzo Hattori (Spain dub)
Rosa Vivas as Charlotte (Spain dub)

Antonio Moro as Yoshimune Tokugawa (Spain dub)
Gloria Gías as Chiyo (Spain dub)
Jaime Migueiz as Voice-over (Spain dub)
Spanish companies
Distributor: Manga Films (Spain)
Dubbing Studio: Sonomaster (Spain dub)
Italian staff
Italian cast
(none)
Gianluca Iacono as Haohmaru
Luigi Rosa as Amakusa Shiro Tokisada

Alessandra Karpoff as Charlotte
Emanuela Pacotto as Nakoruru
Giovanni Battezzato as Tam Tam
Marco Balzarotti as Jubei Yagyu
Maurizio Scattorin as Wan Fu
Paolo Sesana as Genan Shiranui
Pietro Ubaldi as Hanzo Hattori
Stefano Albertini as Earthquake

Claudio Moneta as Kyoshiro Senryo
Diego Sabre as Ragazzo del Villaggio
Irene Scalzo as Bambino del Villaggio
Stefania Patruno as Madre di Haohmaru
Italian companies
Broadcaster: Man-Ga
Distributor: Yamato Video
Internet Streaming: YouTube
Portuguese staff
Portuguese cast
Dubbing Director: Márcia Gomes
Borges de Barros as Earthquake
Cecília Lemes as Charlotte
Elcio Sodré as Tan Tan
Guilherme Lopes as Wan Fu
José Parisi Jr as Hattori Hanzo
Leda Figueiró as Nakoruru
Luiz Antônio Lobue as Yaguiu Jubei
Marcelo Campos as Galford
Márcia Gomes as Mãe do Haohmaru
Mauro Eduardo as Haohmaru
Noeli Santisteban as Amakusa
Paulo Porto as
Gen-An Shiranui
Senryo Kyoshiro

Portuguese companies
Broadcaster: Rede Manchete (Brazil, U.S.Mangá)
Dubbing Studio: Dublavídeo
Chinese (Taiwan) staff
Chinese (Taiwan) companies
(none)
Chinese (Taiwan) cast
(none)

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