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Alternative title:
Giant Robo 40th Anniversary 
GR -ジャイアントロボ- (Japanese) 
Robô Gigante (Portuguese) 
Genres: action , adventure , drama , science fiction 
Themes: mecha 
Plot Summary: The hero is Daisaku Kusama who encounters an enormous robot "Giant Robo 1 (GR1)" at ruins in Okinawa. He makes a contract with an ancient to be the commander of GR1. Daisaku is genetically modified to become one with GR1 to fight. The ally organization is "UNISOM." The enemy organization is "Gigantic Rebellion Operators (GRO)." They manipulate Giant Robos and start "armored terrorism" through the world. The mysterious girl in this anime is V. V is a girl who appears in front of Daisaku like an illusion. Her relationship between the GR is unkown. 
Number of episodes: 13 
Episode titles: We have 13
Vintage: 2007-01-19 
Opening Theme:
"Answer" by rockwell 
Ending Theme:
"it was yesterday" by Youna 
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Japanese staff
Japanese companies
Director: Masahiko Murata 
Series Composition: Chiaki J. Konaka 
Original author: Mitsuteru Yokoyama 
Character Design: Shigeyuki Suga 
Animation Director: Hiroki Mutaguchi (Mecha; eps 4, 8-9) 
Mechanical design: Tatsuo Yamada 
3D Director: Kanemori Yasuda 
Sound Director:
Masafumi Mima 
Toshihiko Nakajima 
Director of Photography: Masaki Nakamura 
Executive producer:
Hideo Takano (KSS) 
Masaaki Motomura 
Yasuhiro Ito (softgarage) 
Art Setting: Tokumitsu Kobayashi 
Chief Producer: Hitoshi Hayakawa 
Conceptual Design: Tomoaki Okada 
Executive Director: Ren Usami 
Animation Production:
OB Planning 
Animation Production Cooperation:
Mushi Production (ep 8) 
studio BABEL (ep 10) 
CG Production:
Shiitake Digital 
Key Animation: Sung San (ep 7) 
Music Production: U's Music 
Photography: A.C.G.T 
Soft Garage 
Japanese cast
Daisuke Namikawa as Daisaku Kusama 
Miyuu Sawai as V 

Asako Dodo as Celestine Bunuel 
Fumihiko Tachiki as Texas  (Burt Souther) 
Romi Park as Alex McKenzie 
Ryo Horikawa as Johnny Soccor (eps 12-13) 
Sayaka Ohara as Isabella Reid 

Hidetoshi Nakamura as Yoshihiko Higa 
Iemasa Kayumi as Max Chaplin 
Isshin Chiba as Katsumi Arashi 
Katsumi Toriumi as Sugao Yamabe 
Masayuki Omoro as Colonel Mike Hodges 
Saeko Chiba as Maria Vovnich 
Korean staff
Korean cast
Tae-Yeol Jeon as Daisaku Kusama 
Yeong-Mi Jo as V 

Eunjeong as Isabella Reid 
Myeong-Hwa Cha as Alex McKenzie 
Rae-Hwan Kim as Texas  (Burt Souther) 

Gi-Hyeon Kim as Colonel Mike Hodges 
Gwak Yunsang as Sugao Yamabe 
Hong Jinuk as Max Chaplin 
Rae-Hwan Kim as Yoshihiko Higa 
Sin-Hui Park as Maria Vovnich 
Yeong-wung Jeong as Katsumi Arashi 
Korean companies
Tagalog staff
Tagalog cast
Dubbing Director: Bernie Malejana 
Jefferson Utanes as Daisaku Kusama 
Rona Aguilar as V 

Nica Rojo as Alex McKenzie 

Eric Galvez as Colonel Mike Hodges 
Rona Aguilar as Maria Vovnich 

Tagalog companies
Broadcaster: Hero 
Portuguese staff
Portuguese cast
Executive producer: Nelson Sato 
Daniel Figueira as Daisaku Kusama 

Elisa Villon as Celestine Bunuel 
Márcio Marconato as Johnny Soccor (eps 12-13) 
Ramon Campos as Texas (Burt Souther) 
Sílvia Goiabeira as Alex McKenzie 

Afonso Amajones as Colonel Mike Rhodes 
Denise Reis as Keiko Kusama (Daisaku's Mother) 
Douglas Guedes as Sugao Yamabe 
Fábio Moura as Yoshihiko Higa 
Hamilton Ricardo as Max Chaplin 
Kate Kelly as Elizabeth Reid 
Mauro Castro as Katsumi Arashi 
Rita Almeida as Maria Vovnich 
Walter Cruz as Gary Oates 

Portuguese companies
Distributor: Sato Company 
Dubbing Studio: Lexx 
Internet Streaming: Netflix (Brazil) 

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