Dororo (live-action movie)

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Alternative title:
どろろ (Japanese) 
Genres: adventure , horror , supernatural 
Themes: historical 
Plot Summary: After being defeated in battle, a desperate feudal lord makes a pact with demons, offering each a piece of his yet unborn son's body to obtain more power. Born barely human, the child is abandoned, but has gained near immortality from demonic influence. Years later, that son, Hyakkimaru, sets out on a journey to exterminate the demons that robbed him of his humanity. Together with the thief, Dororo, he travels the country, reclaiming part of what he lost with each demon he fells. However, that journey will force both Hyakkimaru and Dororo to come face to face with the brutal reality of the past. 
Running time: 133 minutes 
Vintage: 2007-01-27
Premiere date:
2007-01-27 (Japan) 
Release dates: We have 2
Ending Theme:
"Fake (フェイク)" by Mr.Children 
Official website:
どろろ (Japanese) 
News: Show:
Brighton Screening Change (Jun 17, 2011)
Dororo: 4 Weeks at #1 (Feb 21, 2007)
Dororo Live-Action Movie (Nov 18, 2005)
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Akihiko Shiota 
Original creator: Osamu Tezuka 
Producer: Takashi Hirano 

Action Coordination: Hiroyuki Yoshida 
Action Instructor: Siu-Tung Ching 
Set Translator: Rika Higano 
Kou Shibasaki as Dororo 
Satoshi Tsumabuki as Hyakkimaru 

Eita Nagayama as Tahomaru 
Kiichi Nakai as Kagemitsu Daigo 
Mieko Harada as Yuri 
Yoshio Harada as Jukai 
Japanese companies
English staff
English companies
Distributor: Universal Pictures 
English cast
French staff
French cast
Translation: Yukio Reuter 
French companies
Spanish staff
Spanish cast
ADR Director: Cèsar Andreu (Spain dub) 
Alejandro Fernández (Spain dub; English dialogues) 
Michiko Tsuboi (Spain dub; Japanese dialogues) 
ADR Script: J. Ignacio Latorre (Spain dub) 

ADR Engineer: Ernesto Pastor (Spain dub) 
Production Assistant: Eva Hernández (Spain dub) 
Angel de Gracia as Hyakkimaru (Spain dub) 
Gemma Ibáñez as Dororo (Spain/Catalan dub) 
Manuel Gimeno as Hyakkimaru (Catalan dub) 

Carles Sales as Ambulant Musician (Catalan dub) 
Carme Canet as Mother (Catalan dub) 
Claudi García as Ambulant Musician (Spain dub) 
Domenech Farell as Father (Catalan dub) 
Emilio Freixas as Monk (Spain/Catalan dub) 
Gonzalo Durán as Jukai (Spain dub) 
Jaume Comas as Jukai (Catalan dub) 
Javier Viñas as Sabame (Spain dub) 
Jordi Boixaderas as Daigo Kagemitsu (Spain/Catalan dub) 
Juan Antonio Soler as Tahomaru (Spain dub) 
Juan Carlos Gustems as Sabame (Catalan dub) 
Juan José Moscoso as Chiromantic (Spain dub) 
Marc Zanni as Thug (Spain/Catalan dub) 
Nuria Doménech as Yuri (Spain/Catalan dub) 
Pep Ribas as Chiromantic (Catalan dub) 
Roser Aldabó as Ojiya (Catalan dub) 
Xavier Fernández as Tahomaru (Catalan dub) 
Spanish companies
Distributor: Mediatres Estudio (Spain) 
Dubbing Studio: Sonoblok (Spain dub) 
Translation: M3 (Spain dub) 
German staff
German cast
Script Adaptation: Frank Schröder 
Voice Direction: Frank Schröder 
Angela Wiederhut as Dororo 
Daniel Werner as Fürst Sabame 
Frank Schröder as
Hunde-Dämon #2 
Hans-Gerd Kilbinger as Alter Samisen-Spieler 
Heiko Obermüller as Tahomaro 
Jürg Löw as Jukai 
Katja Liebing as Dororos Mutter 
Michaela Kametz as Fürstin Kagemitsu 
Reinhard Schulat as
Dororos Vater 
Hunde-Dämon #1 
Simon T. Roden as Hyakkimaru 
Volker Wolf as Fürst Daigo Kagemitsu 

German companies
Distributor: Splendid Films 
Portuguese staff
Portuguese cast
Fernanda Bulara as Dororo (Brazil) 
Márcio Araújo as Hyakkimaru (Brazil) 

Antônio Moreno as Pai Shaman (Brazil) 
Fábio Lucindo as Tahoumaru (Brazil) 
Guilherme Lopes as Demônios (Brazil) 
João Angelo as Monge (Brazil) 
Nelson Machado as Daigo (Brazil) 
Renato Márcio as Velho Menestrel (Brazil) 

Elisa Villon (Brazil) 
Fábio Matjas (Brazil) 
Flora Paulita (Brazil) 
Gisa della Mare (Brazil) 
Luciene Andreotti (Brazil) 
Rogério César (Brazil) 
Rossana Colares (Brazil) 
Tatá Guarnieri (Brazil) 
Portuguese companies
Distributor: Visual Filmes (Brazil) 
Dubbing Studio: Capricórnio (Brazil) 

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