20th Century Boys (live-action movie)

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[ adapted from 20th Century Boys (manga) ]

Alternative title:
Niju Seiki Shōnen (Japanese) 
Twentieth Century Boys 
20世紀少年 (Japanese) 
Production cost: ¥60,000,000,000 (entire trilogy) 
Vintage: 2008-08-30
Premiere date:
2008-08-30 (Japan - Part 1) 
2008-10-16 (Singapore - Part 1) 
2009-01-31 (Japan - Part 2) 
2009-07-09 (Singapore - Part 2) 
2009-08-29 (Japan - Part 3) 
2010-01-28 (Singapore - Part 3) 
2010-01-29 (Italy, Future Film Festival) 
Ending Theme:
"20th Century Boy" by T.REX 
Official website:
20世紀少年 (Japanese) 
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DVD (Region 1)
    20th Century Boys 1 - Beginning of the End (DVD 1) 2009-12-15 (from $19.94)
    20th Century Boys 2 - The Last Hope (DVD 2) 2010-02-16 (from $14.12)
    20th Century Boys 3 - Redemption (DVD 3) 2010-06-01 (from $14.96)

Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Yukihiko Tsutsumi 
Script: Takashi Nagasaki 
Original creator: Naoki Urasawa 
Director of Photography: Satoru Karasawa 
Executive producer: Seiji Okuda 

Original Music: Ryomei Shirai 
Planning: Takashi Nagasaki 
Airi Taira as Endo Kanna 
Etsushi Toyokawa as Occho 
Toshiaki Karasawa as Endo Kenji 

Arata Furuta as Haru Namio 
Hidehiko Ishizuka as Maruo 
Hitomi Kuroki as Endo Kiriko 
Kuranosuke Sasaki as Fukube 
Shirou Sano as Yanbo & Mabo 
Takako Tokiwa as Yukiji 
Teruyuki Kagawa as Yoshitsune 

Harî Kaneko as
Newscaster 
Propaganda Voice 
Masahiro Komoto as Kanna's teacher 
Naoto Takenaka as Pierre Ichimonji 
Samat Sangsangium as Thai Mafia Boss Chaipon 
Takashi Ukaji as Masaaki Shimon(Mon-chan) 
Zhao Rong Chen as Chinese Mafia Boss Wang 
Japanese companies
English staff
English companies
(none)
Licensed by: Viz Media 
English cast
(none)
French staff
French cast
Translation: Yukio Reuter 
Marie Diot as Yukiji 
Rémi Caillebot as
Britney 
Detective Chono 
French companies
(none)
Spanish staff
Spanish cast
ADR Director: Azucena Díaz (Spain dub) 
Isabel Valls as Kanna Endo(Spain dub) 
Jordi Boixaderas as Otcho(Spain dub) 
Sergio Zamora as Kenji Endo(Spain dub) 

Aleix Estadella as Haru Namio(Spain dub) 
Ana Pallejà as Yukiji(Spain dub) 
Carmen Ambrós as Kiriko Endo(Spain dub) 
Javier Roldán as Yoshitsune(Spain dub) 

Alfonso Vallés as God(Spain dub) 
Ana Orra as Kenji Endo(Spain dub; child) 
Ana María Camps as Sadakiyo(Spain dub; child) 
Azucena Díaz as Chiyo(Spain dub) 
Carlos Lladó as Kakuta(Spain dub) 
Carmen Ambrós as Yoshitsune(Spain dub; child) 
Cesc Martínez as Masato Ikegami(Spain dub) 
Cristal Barreyro as Sanae(Spain dub) 
Domenech Farell as Chaipong(Spain dub) 
Eduard Itchart as Mariah(Spain dub) 
Félix Benito as Father Nitani(Spain dub) 
Joaquín Díaz as Grandfather(Spain dub) 
Jorge Varela as Narrator(Spain dub) 
José Antequera as Cho(Spain dub) 
Luis Grau as Wang(Spain dub) 
Manuel Gimeno as Friend(Spain dub) 
Marc Gómez as
Alumnus(Spain dub) 
Kenji Endo(Spain dub; teen) 
Maria Rosa Guillén as Maruo(Spain dub; child) 
Masumi Mutsuda as Detective Chono(Spain dub) 
Núria Trifol as Koizumi(Spain dub) 
Ramón Hernández as Konno(Spain dub) 
Ricky Coello as Sadakiyo(Spain dub) 
Spanish companies
Distributor: Media3 Estudio (Spain) 
Dubbing Studio: Dubbing Films (Spain dub) 
German staff
German companies
(none)
Distributor: Anime-Virtual 
German cast
(none)
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