Space Warrior Baldios (TV)

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©PRODUCTION REED 1980 


 
Alternative title:
Baldios 
Baldios - Il Guerriero Dello Spazio (Italian) 
Baldios, los guerreros del Espacio (Spanish) 
Uchū Senshi Baldios (Japanese) 
Yaltus (Spanish) 
بالديو (Arabic) 
宇宙戦士バルディオス (Japanese) 
Genres: action , adventure , drama , science fiction 
Themes: mecha 
Objectionable content: Mild 
Plot Summary: After polluting their own planet beyond repair, a race of evil aliens target earth as their next home. Now it is up to a lone outcast and his robotic spacecraft, Baldios, to defend earth. But, first he must convince the distrusting human population of the impending danger 
Running time: 25 minutes per episode 
Number of episodes: 34 
Episode titles: We have 39
Vintage: 1980-06-30 to 1981-01-25 
Release dates: We have 2
Opening Theme:
"Ashita Ni Ikiro Baldios" by Kouichi Ise 
Ending Theme:
"Marin ~Inochi No Tabi" by Kouichi Ise 
Comment:
Originally planned as a 39 episode TV series (3 seasons), the show was cancelled prematurely. 
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Kazuyuki Hirokawa 
Episode Director:
Junji Nishimura 
Kazuyuki Hirokawa 
Kunihiko Yuyama 
Shohei Ishida (5 episodes
eps 24, 26, 30, 35, 38
)
 
Music: Kentaroh Haneda 
Original Concept: Akiyoshi Sakai 
Character Design: Osamu Kamijō 
Art Director:
Osamu Kamijō 
Torao Arai 
Animation Director:
Hideyuki Motohashi 
Tamotsu Tanaka 
Mechanical design: Hajime Kamegaki 
Executive producer: Juzo Tsubota 
Editing: Toshio Enmi 
Key Animation:
Hajime Kamegaki (ep 29) 
Toshie Ooshima 
Kaneto Shiozawa as Marin Reigan 

Akira Kamiya as Douglas(eps 17-18) 
Banjou Ginga as
Alan 
King Bado 
Eiko Masuyama as Amy Ratein 
Hidekatsu Shibata as Fuhrer Gattler 
Hirotaka Suzuoki as Furikku 
Kazuhiko Inoue as
David 
Miran 
Young Baddu(ep 9) 
Keiko Yokozawa as Jamie Hoshino 
Kenyuu Horiuchi as Haaman 
Kiyonobu Suzuki as Jack Oliver 
Kôhei Miyauchi as Doctor Raygun 
Mami Koyama as
Amy Ratein(ep 33) 
Louiza(ep 9) 
Masanobu Okubo as Emperor 
Minoru Inaba as
Morgan 
Robot Soldiers 
Naomi Jinbo as Roza Afrodia 
Saeko Shimazu as Emily 
Shinji Nomura as
Computer 
Ranberuto 
Shojiro Kihara as Derusu 
Takeshi Aono as Zeo Gattora 
Takkou Ishimori as
Goushi Getsuei 
Narrator 
Tamio Ohki as Baddu 
Tesshô Genda as Raita Hokuto 
Tomomichi Nishimura as Buramu 
Yoshino Ohtori as Doctor Era Quinstein 
Yuji Mitsuya as Roi 
Japanese companies
Broadcaster: Family Gekijou 
Italian staff
Italian cast
Dubbing Director: Dino De Luca 
Executive producer: Claudio Razzi 
Claudia Razzi as Jemy 
Claudia Ricatti as Queenstain 
Claudio Ridolfo as Narratore(eps 33-34) 
Cristina Boraschi as Lizzie 
Diego Sabre as Raita(eps 33-34) 
Giuliano Santi as Oliver 
Luca Bottale as Oliver(eps 33-34) 
Mauro Bosco as
Morgan 
Padre di Marin 
Oliviero Corbetta as Jonathan Bannistair(eps 33-34) 
Renato Novara as Marin(eps 33-34) 
Renzo Stacchi as John 
Riccardo Garrone as Gattler 
Stefania Giacarelli as Aphrodia 
Stefano Onofri as Marin 
Italian companies
Broadcaster:
Hiro (from 10 July 2009) 
Italia Teen Television (since 2005) 
La 7 Cartapiu (from August 2007) 
Man-Ga (from 1 July 2010) 
Super 3 
Telenord 
Distributor: Yamato Video 
Dubbing: MICKY 
Arabic staff
Arabic companies
(none)
Broadcaster: Spacetoon 
Distributor: Animation International (Mahr Al-Hajj Weiss) 
Production: Animation International (Mahr Al-Hajj Weiss) 
Arabic cast
(none)
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