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Daikengo (TV)

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Alternative title:
Daikengo, il guardiano dello spazio (Italian)
Daikengo, The Guardian of Space
El Guardian Espacial Daikengo (Spanish)
Uchū Mazin Daikengo (Japanese)
宇宙魔神ダイケンゴー (Japanese)
우주마신 다이켄고 (Korean)
Themes: mecha, super robot
Objectionable content: Mild
Plot Summary: Giant robot Daikengo flies through space to re-establish galactic peace; on-board prince Ryger, who ran away from his planet Emperius to defeat the menace out of his reign borders, in order to save his people; Cleo, corrupted prime minister's daughter, help him along with two nice little robots, Anike and Otoke. They fight evil Lady Baracross, leading invasion forces, with her assistant Roboleon, wearing a Napoleon style hat. Daikengo is the first robot with scuttles on his mouth. When he opens them, his vampyre style teeth are shown and he can spit fire.
Running time: half hour per episode
Number of episodes: 26
Episode titles: We have 26
Vintage: 1978-07-27 to 1979-02-15
Links: We have 1
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Chief Director: Akira Yahiro
Akiyoshi Sakai (11 episodes
eps 3, 6-12 even, 13-16, 18, 23

Hajime Mouri (6 episodes
eps 4, 7, 9, 11, 17, 19

Hisayuki Toriumi
Ichiro Yamamura (eps 2, 5)
Jinzō Toriumi (7 episodes
eps 1, 4, 7, 9, 11, 17, 19

Michio Fukushima (15 episodes
eps 3, 6-12 even, 13, 15-16, 18, 20-25

Mikio Fukushima
Saburo Ebinuma (ep 14)
Satoshi Suyama (eps 2, 5, 26)
Episode Director:
Akira Yahiro (10 episodes
eps 1, 6, 8, 11, 14, 17, 20, 22-23, 26

Shigeyasu Sannai
Shigeyasu Yamauchi (4 episodes
eps 3, 7, 10, 15

Sunao Furukawa
Yoriyasu Kogawa (12 episodes
eps 2, 4-5, 9, 12-13, 16, 18-19, 21, 24-25

Original Concept: Akiyoshi Sakai
Art Director: Mitsuki Nakamura
Mechanical design: Kunio Okawara
Sound Director: Yasunori Honda
Director of Photography: Hideo Okazaki
Background Art: Kazuo Okada
Editing: Eiko Nishide
Main Character Design: Motosuke Takahashi
Planning: Hisayuki Toriumi
Production Desk: Masatoshi Yui
Recording: Atsushi Harada
Banjō Ginga as
Doctor Gudda
Emperor Mazeran
Bin Shimada as Prince Yuugar
Gorō Naya as
Hiroya Ishimaru as Raigar
Jun Hazumi as Daresu
Keaton Yamada as Sampson
Keiko Tomochika as Barakurosu
Mitsuko Horie as Cleo
Naoko Tarui as Queen Eliza
Shigezō Sasaoka as Gorikki
Takeshi Aono as Roboreon
Toku Nishio as Anike
You Inoue as Otoke
Yuzuru Fujimoto as King Emperia
Japanese companies
Backgrounds: Mascot
Broadcaster: TV Asahi
Finish Animation: Studio World
Photography: T. Nishimura
Production Cooperation: Green Box
Korean staff
Korean cast
Seong-Ho Sin as Raigar

Min No as Roboreon
Won Hwang as Emperor Mazeran
Korean companies
Spanish staff
Spanish companies
Broadcaster: Canal Palomitas (Spain)
Spanish cast
Italian staff
Italian cast
Diego Michelotti as Re Empel
Ermanno Ribaudo as Ryger
Gastone Moschin as
Liù Bosisio as
Regina Elisa
Lorenzo Macrì as Raiga
Mariella Furgiuele as
Lady Baracros
Robot Anike
Robot Otoke
Mico Cundari as
Ministro Dulles
Paola Rinaldi as Principessa Cleo (Rai)
Italian companies

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