Voltes V (TV)

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Alternative title:
Chōdenji Machine Voltes V (Japanese)
O Ataque Voltes 5 (Portuguese)
Super Electromagnetic Machine Voltes V
Super Electron Machine Voltes V
Ultra Electromagnetic Machine Voltes V
Voltes V Evolution
Voltus V
Vultus V
太空五虎將 (Chinese (Hong Kong))
波羅五號 (Chinese (Taiwan))
超電磁マシーン ボルテスV (Japanese)
Themes: mecha, super robot
Objectionable content: Mild
Plot Summary: From out of nowhere, a mysterious alien race known as the Boazan Forces has invaded the Earth. A group of individuals specially trained to handle this kind of situation has been unleashed. Kenichi, Ippei, Daijiro, Hiyoshi & Megumi are the pilots of the Chō Denji Machine Voltes V (5), Earth's defense against the Boazan and their terrible Beast Warriors. The plot thickens as the Go Brothers discover their true heritage and the truth behind their father's disappearance. Conflicts and mixed emotions hinder the Go Brothers at times but due to their unwaivering desire to find their dad, they must go to the place where it all started. With the help of the rebels based on Earth and on the aliens' homeworld, the Voltes Team has another mission: remove the tyrant Zu Zanbajil and liberate the people of Boazan.
User Ratings: 71 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 8 votes (sub:4, dub:3, others:1
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Seen in part or in whole by 181 users, rank: #3319 (of 7565)
Median rating: Good
Arithmetic mean: 6.873 (Good), std. dev.: 2.2576, rank: #3340 (of 7596)
Weighted mean: 6.938 (Good), rank: #3021 (of 7596) (seen all: 7.06 / seen some: 6.60 / won't finish: 3.00)
Bayesian estimate: 7.026 (Good), rank: #2442 (of 5736)
Running time: half hour per episode
Number of episodes: 40
Episode titles: We have 40
1977-06-04 to 1978-03-25
1978-05-05 (Philippines, 1st ever anime shown on Philippine TV)
2006 (Hero TV)
Opening Theme:
"Voltes V no Uta" (ボルテスVのうた) by Mitsuko Horie, Koorogi '73, and Columbia Yurikago-kai
Ending Theme:
"Chichi o Motomete" (父をもとめて) by Ichirō Mizuki and Koorogi '73
Links: We have 9
Trivia: We have 9
The second of Tadao Nagahama's Romance Super Robot Trilogy (#1: Chō Denji Robo Combattler V, #3: Tōshō Daimos).
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Tadao Nagahama
Fuyunori Gobu (13 episodes
eps 1, 4, 8, 12, 16-17, 21, 25-26, 28-29, 32-33

Katsuhiko Taguchi (17 episodes
eps 1-2, 5, 7, 10-11, 13, 18-19, 22, 24, 27, 34, 36-37, 39-40

Masaaki Sakurai (4 episodes
eps 6, 9, 15, 30

Masaki Tsuji (6 episodes
eps 3, 14, 20, 31, 35, 38

Saburo Yatte
Shoichi Taguchi
Yumiko Tsukamoto (ep 23)
Episode Director: Kazuo Uehara (ep 20)
Original creator:
Saburo Yatsude
Tadao Nagahama
Art Director: Takashi Miyano
Mechanical design: Yuki Hijiri
Kei Iijima (Toei Animation)
Yūyake Usui (TV Asahi)
Production manager:
Masami Iwasaki
Yoshihiro Nozaki
Recording Adjustment: Hideyasu Iizuka
Special Effects: Michiaki Doi
Theme Song Lyrics: Akira Aoi (ED)
Theme Song Performance:
Columbia Yurikago-kai (OP)
Ichiro Mizuki (ED)
Koorogi '73
Mitsuko Horie (OP)
Kazuyuki Sogabe as Ippei Mine
Miyuki Ueda as Megumi Oka
Noriko Ohara as Hiyoshi Gou
Osamu Ichikawa as Prince Heinell
Tesshō Genda as Daijiro Gou
Yukinaga Shiraishi as Kenichi Gou

Hiroshi Masuoka as Zuul
Kenji Utsumi as General Do Bergan
Mikio Terashima as Zanzibal Zu
Noriko Ohara as Katherine
Ran Tokumaru as Zuul
Ryusuke Shiomi as General Gurul
Seizo Katou as Professor Hamaguchi
Shōzō Iizuka as Jangal
Tamio Ohki as Professor Sakunji
Yū Mizushima as Kentaro Go / Ragooru

Daisuke Maki as Narrator
Hiroshi Masuoka as General Oka
Tamio Ohki as Duke Zaki

Japanese companies
Animation Production: Sunrise
Broadcaster: TV Asahi
Development: Tokyo Laboratory
Finish Animation:
Studio DEEN
Mechanical Design: Studio Nue
Music Production: Columbia Music Entertainment
Photography: Asahi Production
Production Cooperation: Tohokushinsha Film Corporation
Recording Studio: Tohokushinsha Film Corporation
English cast
English staff
ADR Director: Joonee Gamboa (Philippine Version 1)
Bob Borjal as "Big Bert" Armstrong (Philippine English Version 2)
Celina S. Cristobal as "Little John" Armstrong (Philippine English Version)
Christine Bonnevie as Jamie Robinson (Philippine English Version)
Cris Vertido as Mark Gordon (Philippine English Version)
Dada Carlos as
"Little John" Armstrong (Philippine English Version 2)
Jamie Robinson (Philippine English Version 2)
Dodo Crisol as Prinde Zardoz (Philippine English Version)
Earl Palma as Steve Armstrong (Philippine English Version 2)
Kim Atienza as Kenichi Gou/Steve Armstrong (Philippine English Version 2)
Noel Mallonga as "Big Bert" Armstrong (Philippine English Version)
P.J. Ramos as Mark Gordon (Philippine English Version 2)
Tony Nierras as Steve Armstrong (Philippine English Version)

Bob Borjal as Emperor Zambojil (Philippine English Version 2)
Celina S. Cristobal as Zandra (Philippine English Version)
Chito Vicente as Draco (Philippine English Version)
Christine Bonnevie as Octo-1 (Philippine English Version)
Cris Vertido as
Emperor Zambajil (Philippine English Version)
Zuhl (Philippine English Version)
Dada Carlos as
Octo-1 (Philippine English Version 2)
Zandra (Philippine English Version 2)
Dodo Crisol as Dr. Smith (Phil. English; ep 1)
Earl Palma as Draco (Philippine English Version 2)
Joonee Gamboa as
Dr. Hook (Philippine English Version)
Dr. Smith (Philippine English Version)
P.J. Ramos as General Ozlack (Philippine English Version 2)
Tony Nierras as Dr. Ned Armstrong / Baron Rothgar (Philippine English Version)

Chito Vicente as Commander Robinson (Philippine English Version)
Christine Bonnevie as Mary Ann Armstrong (Philippine English Version)
Danny Deopante as Baron Zander (Philippine English Version 2)
Earl Palma as Commander Garth (Philippine English Version 2)
Noel Mallonga as Narrator (Philippine English Version)
English companies
GMA Network (Philippines)
RPN Network (1982)
Distributor: Magnavision (Philippines)
Dubbing: Telesuccess Productions, Inc. (Philippines)
Licensed by: Discotek Media
Soundtrack: BMG Records Pilipinas (Philippines)
Korean staff
Korean cast
Min No as Daijiro Gou
Korean companies
Italian staff
Italian cast
Carlo Cosolo as Ivan (2nd voice)
Gabriella Andreini as Carl (1st voice)
Gastone Pescucci as Ivan (1st voice)
Margherita Sestito as Sonya (1st voice)
Monica Cadueri as Carl (2nd voice)

Carlo Allegrini as Jacky (1st voice)
Francesco Pannofino as Jacky (2nd voice)
Leo Valeriano as Michel
Marco Joannucci as Jacky (3rd voice)
Norman Mozzato as Zambazir

Carlo Allegrini as Dottor Esperus
Carlo Cosolo as
Comandante Sirius (2nd voice)
Dr. Kentarus (child)
Galem (2nd voice)
Ermanno Ribaudo as Dottor Baryon
Gabriella Andreini as Annabelle
Gastone Pescucci as Galem (1st voice)
Giuliano Santi as Dr. Kentarus (2nd voice, adult)
Leo Valeriano as
Comandante Sirius (1st voice)
Dr. Kentarus (1st voice, adult)
Ministro della Difensa
Principe Zahki
Sandro Pellegrini as Generale Gururu
Sergio Antonica as Conte Zanzor
Italian companies
Italia 7
Rete A/All Music (from 1983)
Super 3
Distributor: Yamato Video (Italy)
Dubbing: Ricmon Sound
Soundtrack: Yamato Video (Italy)
Tagalog staff
Tagalog cast
Dubbing Director: Danny L. Mandia

Assistant Dubbing Director: Ryan Ang
Apollo Abraham as Prince Heinell/Prince Zardos
Blair Arellano as Ippei Mine (Hero Dub)
Bob Dela Cruz as Daijirou GOU (Hero Dub)
Dada Carlos as Megumi Oka/Jamie Robinson
Dennis Trillo as Kenichi GOU (Hero Dub)
Fourth Lee as
Kenichi Gou/Steve Armstrong
Steve Armstrong (GMA dub)
Igi Boy Flores as Little John Armstrong (Hero Dub)
joseph vidalcol as Prince Heinell (Hero Dub)
Montreal Repuyan as Daijirou Gou/Big Bert Armstrong
Neil Yu as
Ippei Mine/Mark Gordon
Mark Gordon
Rowena Raganit as Hiyoshi Gou/Little John Armstrong
Sandara Park as Megumi OKA (Hero Dub)

Apollo Abraham as Prince Zardos
Michael de mesa as Dr. Hook (Hero Dub)
Montreal Repuyan as
Dr. Sakonji/Dr. Hook
Kentaro Go/Ragoul/Ned Armstrong/Hrothgar
Prof. Hamaguchi/Dr. Richard Smith
Neil Yu as Zu Zanzibal/Draco
Nikki Valdez as Zandra (Hero Dub)
Ricci Chan as Zuul (Hero Dub)
Rose Barin as
Catherine Lee/Zandra
Rowena Raganit as Mitsuyo Go/Mary Ann Armstrong
Vincent Gutierrez as
Do Bergan/General Ozlack
General Oka/Commander Robinson

Alexx Agcaoili as Dr. Smith
Vincent Gutierrez as Emperor Zu Zambajil/Zanbazir/Zanzibal Zu
Tagalog companies
GMA Network
IBC-13 (1989)
Portuguese staff
Portuguese cast
José Sant'anna as Príncipe Shardus

Amaury Costa as Comandante Robinson
Cleonir dos Santos as Steve Armstrong
Dario Lourenço as Dr. Smith
Ilka Pinheiro as Sra. Armstrong
Ionei Silva as Bert Armstrong
Júlio Chaves as Marky
Marcos Miranda as Draco
Miriam Fischer as Jayme Robinson
Newton da Matta as Dr. Armstrong
Paulo Flores as Narrador
Vera Miranda as Zandra
Portuguese companies
Dubbing Studio: Herbert Richers (Brazil)

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