God Bless Dancougar (OAV)

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[ sequel of Dancougar: Requiem for Victims (OAV) ]

Related anime:
    Chōjū Kishin Dancougar: Hakunetsu no Shūshō (OAV) (sequel)

Alternative title:
Dieu bénisse Dancougar (French) 
超獣機神ダンクーガ ゴッド・ブレス・ダンクーガ (Japanese) 
Genres: action , science fiction 
Themes: mecha 
Plot Summary: After destroying the Zorbados Empire, the Jyusenki-tai/Cyber Beast Force has expanded and are training new recruits. But after failing to stop a monster that seems to be a remnant of the Zorbados Empire from destroying a city, the CBF is thrown in jail. Now the CBF have to escape from jail and find out what was behind the monster they fought. 
Running time: 80 minutes 
Number of episodes: 1 
Vintage:
1987 
1987-04-15 
Opening Theme:
"Ai wa Kiseki [Miracle] (愛は奇跡(ミラクル); Love is Miracle)" by Kana 
Ending Theme:
"Sunao ni naritai (素直になりたい)" by Kana 
Insert song:
"Senshi no Kokuhaku" (戦士の告白) by Kaneto Shiozawa, Kazuki Yao, Ryo Horikawa, Shigeru Nakahara and Yuriko Yamamoto 
"Zankoku na Douwa" (残酷な童話) by Kaneto Shiozawa, Kazuki Yao, Ryo Horikawa, Shigeru Nakahara and Yuriko Yamamoto 
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Script: Hideki Sonoda 
Character Design: Nobuyoshi Habara 
Art Director: Geki Katsumata 
Mechanical design:
Hirotoshi Sano 
Hisashi Hirai 
In-Between Animation: Ryuji Shiromae 
Insert Song Arrangement: Osamu Totsuka 
Insert Song Composition: Hideya Nakazaki 
Insert Song Lyrics: Yukinojo Mori 
Theme Song Arrangement: Shiro Sagisu (OP; ED) 
Theme Song Composition:
Hideya Nakazaki (OP) 
Ryouhei Yamanashi (ED) 
Theme Song Lyrics: Yukinojo Mori (OP; ED) 
Theme Song Performance: Kana 
Kaneto Shiozawa as Ryo Shiba 
Kazuki Yao as Shinobu Fujiwara 
Ryo Horikawa as Chris 
Shigeru Nakahara as Masato Shikibu 
Yuriko Yamamoto as Sara Yuki 

Japanese companies
Animation Assistance: Magic Bus 
Animation Production: Ashi Productions 
Backgrounds: Studio Cosmos 
Finish Animation: AIC 
Photography: Trans Arts Co. 
Production:
Asatsu 
Ashi Productions 
English staff
English companies
(none)
Distributor: Western Connection (UK) 
English cast
(none)
French cast
French staff
ADR Director: France Rombaut 
Hervé Caradec as Professeur Hazuki 
Jacques Albaret as Shinobu 
Marjolaine Poulain as
Remi 
Sayuri 
Sybille Tureau as
Laura 
Sarah 
Yann Pichon as Masato 
French companies
Distributor: Kaze 
Italian staff
Italian cast
Dubbing Director: Marco Balbi 

Dialogues: Marco Balbi 
Adele Pellegatta as Remi Shikishima 
Alessandra Felletti as Sara Yuki 
Claudio Beccari as Ryo Shiba 
Elda Olivieri as Sayuri 
Luca Sandri as Masato Shikibu 
Marcello Cortese as Shinobu Fujiwara 
Natale Ciravolo as Dott. Hasuki 

Benedetta Laura as Linda Asou 
Claudio Ridolfo as Chris 
Flavio Arras as Sly Dumper 
Marco Balbi as Sig. Shikibu 
Silvana Fantini as Laura 
Italian companies
Broadcaster: Man-Ga 
Doppiaggio Italiano: S.E.D.E. S.p.a. - Milano 
Edizione Italiana: Yamato Video 
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