Government Crime Investigation Agent Zaizen Jotaro (TV)

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[ adapted from Government Crime Investigation Agent Zaizen Jotaro (manga) ]

Alternative title:
Naikaku Kenryoku Hanzai Kyosei Torishimarikan Zaizen Jotaro (Japanese)
内閣権力犯罪強制取締官 財前丈太郎 (Japanese)
Genres: drama
Plot Summary:
After Japan's economic bubble burst the country slowly recovered, but dirty politicians still make deals with dirty businessmen so that they can both profit from the hard work of others. Keiichi Suzuki, head of Ooshima Construction, and Seijiro Matsuzaka, one of the members of parliament, have a deal going on that allows Ooshima Construction to use fewer materials in their projects while still letting their buildings get approved for business use. Unfortunately for them, the Government Crime Investigation Agency, the Japanese government-approved but independently-run equivalent to the FBI, is already on the move. Jotaro Zaizen, a long-thought dead police officer, is the agent on the Ooshima case and gathers a group of people who have reasons to fight Suzuki and Matsuzaka. To help combat the GCIA, though, Suzuki hires the Haoukokuryukai, a yakuza group.
Zaizen Jotaro who was supposed to be dead three years ago according to CIA intelligence, a hero of justice. Fights Governmental corruption with the help of Zainers gold black card which gives unlimited funds, connections that can call on SWAT when needed among other things and not to mention a good portion of luck. 
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Seen in part or in whole by 32 users, rank: #4701 (of 5998)
Median rating: So-so
Arithmetic mean: 3.611 (Not really good−), std. dev.: 2.6487, rank: #5869 (of 5995)
Weighted mean: 3.901 (Not really good), rank: #5853 (of 5995) (seen all: 6.14 / seen some: 4.01 / won't finish: 1.99)
Bayesian estimate: 5.356 (So-so+), rank: #4380 (of 4547)
Number of episodes: 11
Episode titles: We have 11
Vintage: 2006-07-05 to 2006-09-20
Release dates: We have 1
Opening Theme:
"Zero no Kimochi" by doa
Ending Theme:
"Moshimo Umare Kawattara Mou Ichido Aishite Kuremasuka?" by Aiko Kitahara
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Trivia: We have 1
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Japanese staff
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Director: Hidetoshi Oomori
Series Composition: Hideki Mitsui
Script:
Atsuko Terasaki (eps 5, 8)
Hotsuki Mitsui (9 episodes
eps 1-4, 6-7, 9-11
)
 
Storyboard:
Hidetoshi Oomori (5 episodes
eps 1, 6, 8-9, 11
)

Hiroshi Ishiodori (ep 2)
Hiroshi Matsuzono (ep 4)
Hirotaka Marufuji (ep 7)
Shinji Ishihira (eps 5, 10)
Yoshihiro Mori (ep 3)
Episode Director:
Daisuke Chiba (ep 5)
Hiroshi Ishida (ep 4)
Hotaka Kuramoto (ep 7)
Jun Takahashi (ep 9)
Masaru Tonogouchi (ep 8)
Yoshihiro Mori (ep 3 & 12)
Yoshitaka Fujimoto (ep 2)
Yukio Okazaki (ep 10)
Yuuji Kanzaki (ep 1)
Original creator:
Ken Kitashiba (story)
Yasuhiro Watanabe (art)
Character Design: Masami Suda
Animation Director:
Akiko Nakano (ep 8)
Chuuichi Iguchi (eps 2, 5, 10)
Hiroshi Oikawa (ep 3)
Katsura Mizuguchi (ep 4 & 9)
Masami Suda
Yoshinobu Aohachi (ep 7)
Yoshitsugu Hatano (ep 1 & 6)
Yuto Tejima (ep 7)
3D Animation Director: Kenji Isobe
Producer: Naomi Nishiguchi (TV Asahi)

Assistant Director: Yoshihiro Mori
Color setting: Tomomi Murakami
Editing: Tomoki Nagasaka
Music Director: Kan Takagi
Photography: Kenji Kuwabara
Sub-Character Design: Takehito Matsumoto
Theme Song Arrangement:
Akihito Tokunaga (OP)
Spica (ED)
Theme Song Composition: Akihito Tokunaga (OP)
Theme Song Lyrics: Aiko Kitahara (ED)
Theme Song Performance:
Aiko Kitahara (ED)
doa (OP)
2nd Key Animation:
AI
Echo
Garan
Taikan Anime
Animation Production: Trans Arts Co.
Art Direction: Art Max
In-between Check: AI (ep 5)
Key Animation:
AI (ep 10)
Echo (eps 2, 5, 8)
Garan (ep 10)
Studio Izena
Music Production: GIZA Studio
Production Cooperation:
J.FOX (ep 7)
Plum (eps 2, 5, 10)
Studio Loft (ep 2)
Studio Pastoral (eps 1, 6, 11)
Team Till Dawn
Triple A (eps 4, 9)
Wish (eps 1-3)
Japanese cast
Teruaki Ogawa as Jotaro Zaizen

Hiroshi Ohtake as Keiichi Suzuki
Kôzô Shioya as Takumi Mochizuki
Rica Fukami as Junko Yoshioka
Rintarou Nishi as Ryuichi Jinnai
Seizo Katou as Kozo Soneya
Tetsu Inada as Naoto Todo
Tomomichi Nishimura as Seijiro Matsuzaka

Atsushi Ono as Hideaki Suzuki
Aya Hisakawa as Minako Ayano
Chikao Ohtsuka as Hakudo Imatsu
Hideki Tasaka as Car dealer(ep 1)
Hiroe Oka as Layla Foster(ep 1)
Hiroshi Naka as Ichirota Yamada(ep 1)
Jack Woodyard as Air-Traffic Controller(ep 1)
Katsuki Murase as Preview Narration
Keiji Fujiwara as George Anderson(ep 1)
Keiko Seo as Mama(ep 3)
Keisuke Fujii as Seitaro Takatsuji
Kinryuu Arimoto as Atsuyuki Sasano
Masaaki Tsukada as Hotel manager
Masafumi Kimura as Killer A (Priest)(ep 1)
Nobuaki Fukuda as Koshiro Izumi
Noriko Namiki as
Miyuki Uchiyama(ep 5)
Sawako Sakurai
Saaya Irie as Communications Operator(eps 8-9)
Shigenori Sôya as Yoshiyuki Okamura
Takayuki Sasada as Testuya Mochizuki(eps 2, 11)
Tatsuo Umemiya as Avant Narration(eps 2-10)
Tesshô Genda as Koji Uchiyama
Yukihiro Misono as Furuhashi
Yukiko Hazu as Miho Mochizuki(eps 2, 11)
Yūko Izumi as Megumi Shiraishi
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