Muteki Kōjin Daitarn 3 (TV)

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Alternative title:
Daitarn 3
Daitarn 3 l'Invincibile Uomo Metallico (Italian)
Invincible Steel Man Daitarn 3
L'imbattibile Daitarn 3 (Italian)
Steel Man Daitarn 3
無敵鋼人ダイターン3 (Japanese)
Themes: mecha, super robot
Plot Summary: Sozo Haran was a brilliant scientist who was conducting an investigation on Mars. He created a lifestyle cyborg with the ability to think for itself. These cyborgs called Meganoids soon became out of control and killed Dr. Haran and his entire family, although he could save his youngest son, a boy of 16 years Banjou Haran. Banjou escapes from Mars in a rocket with a super robot powered by solar energy called Daitarn 3 who was built with special metals Mars. Now 18 and living on Earth in a luxurious mansion, Banjou fight against Meganoids with the help of his faithful assistant Garrison and his two companions, an ex-agent of Interpol Reika Sanjo and his childhood friend "Beauty" Tachibana . Together they must stop the evil Meganoids wicked who seek to turn all humans into cyborgs and thus "improve" the human race.
User Ratings: 27 ratings have been given [details]
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 Excellent: 3 votes (others:3
3 Italian dubbed
 Very good: 9 votes (sub:3, others:6
5 Italian dubbed
1 Italian edited dub
 Good: 6 votes (sub:4, others:2
2 Italian dubbed
 Decent: 5 votes (sub:2, others:3
3 Italian dubbed
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Seen in part or in whole by 49 users, rank: #5348 (of 7760)
Median rating: Good
Arithmetic mean: 6.889 (Good), std. dev.: 1.6178, rank: #3367 (of 7794)
Weighted mean: 6.845 (Good), rank: #3384 (of 7794) (seen all: 7.03 / seen some: 6.75 / won't finish: 5.23)
Bayesian estimate: 7.060 (Good), rank: #2416 (of 5884)
Running time: half hour per episode
Number of episodes: 44
Episode titles: We have 40
1978-06-03 to 1979-03-31
1980 (Italy)
Release dates: We have 3
Opening Theme:
"Come Here! Daitarn 3" by Makoto Fujiwara
Ending Theme:
"Toppo de Tango" (トッポでタンゴ) by Koorogi '73
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Series Director: Yoshiyuki Tomino
Series Composition: Yoshihisa Araki
Hiroyuki Hoshiyama (15 episodes
eps 2, 5, 8-18 even, 19, 21, 23, 26-27, 32, 36

Katsuhiko Taguchi (ep 24)
Kenichi Matsuzaki (5 episodes
eps 17, 25, 28, 33, 35

Masaaki Sakurai (eps 29, 31, 38)
Minoru Notatani
Noboru Tateya (ep 13)
Noburo Tateya
Shoichi Taguchi
Sōji Yoshikawa (4 episodes
eps 6, 9, 11, 22

Yoshihisa Araki (10 episodes
eps 1, 3-4, 7, 15, 20, 30, 37, 39-40

Yoshiyuki Tomino (ep 34)
Kazuo Yamazaki (eps 5, 21, 32)
Kazuyuki Hirokawa (eps 3, 7, 15)
Minoru Yokitani (14 episodes
eps 1, 4, 8, 10, 13-14, 17, 20, 23, 25, 27, 30, 36, 40

Ryoji Fujiwara (6 episodes
eps 9, 11, 18, 28, 37-38

Shinya Sadamitsu (10 episodes
eps 2, 6, 12, 16, 22, 26, 29, 31, 35, 39

Yoshikata Nitta (ep 24)
Yoshiyuki Tomino
Episode Director:
Hideyoshi Oga (10 episodes
eps 14, 17, 20, 23, 25, 27, 30, 32, 36, 38

Kazuo Yamazaki (ep 5)
Kazuyuki Hirokawa (eps 3, 7-8, 15)
Minoru Yokitani (ep 13)
Ryoji Fujiwara (9 episodes
eps 9, 11, 18, 21, 24, 28, 33, 37, 40

Shinya Sadamitsu (13 episodes
eps 2, 4, 6, 10, 12, 16, 19, 22, 26, 29, 31, 35, 39

Yoshiyuki Tomino (ep 1)
Character Design:
Ichikazu Okuni
Norio Shioyama
Animation Director:
Akira Saijo (ep 8)
Kazuo Nakamura (eps 1, 4)
Kazuo Tomizawa (6 episodes
eps 2, 5, 12, 16, 22, 26

Kazuo Yamazaki (eps 10, 17, 37)
Minoru Tajima (6 episodes
eps 15, 18, 23, 28, 32, 39

Nobuyoshi Sasakado (ep 35)
Norio Shioyama (ep 40)
Shigeru Kato (6 episodes
eps 3, 9, 14, 19, 25, 31

Toshio Takagi (ep 38)
Yoshio Hayashi (ep 7)
Yuzo Tomizawa (eps 11, 24)
Mecha design: Kunio Okawara
Producer: Yasuo Shibue

Key Animation:
Akira Saijo (eps 1, 4)
Hajime Kamegaki (Studio Z; 6 episodes
eps 2, 6, 12, 16, 22, 26

Kazuhide Tomonaga
Masakatsu Iijima (Studio Z)
Masako Sakano (eps 1, 4, 8)
Nobuyoshi Sasakado (ep 35)
Osamu Nabeshima (Studio Z; 6 episodes
eps 2, 6, 12, 16, 26, 37

Satoshi Hirayama (Studio Z)
Shigenobu Nagasaki (Studio Z)
Takashi Saito (eps 1, 4, 8)
Yoshinori Kanada (OP; 4 episodes
eps 2, 6, 12, 22

Theme Song Performance:
Koorogi '73 (ED)
Makoto Fujiwara
Hirotaka Suzuoki as Haran Banjou

Kōichi Kitamura as Garrison Tokida
Shunsuke Shima as Commander Edwin
You Inoue as Reika Sanjo

Banjou Ginga as Neros
Fuyumi Shiraishi as Totta Toda (Toppo)
Hiroshi Takemura as Solider E
Jouji Yanami as Animaddo
Kako Mizuno as Beauty Tachibana
Kei Tomiyama as Anton
Kiiko Nozaki as Pretty Girl
Masato Yamanouchi as Don Zausa
Mieko Nobusawa as Koros
Naoki Tatsuta as Tsuchida
Noriko Ohara as Jira
Shūichi Ikeda as Radick (Debut)
Yuji Mitsuya as Tony
Japanese companies
Design Works: Design Office MECAMAN
Finish Animation: Studio DEEN
Photography: Asahi Production
Production: Sunrise
Italian cast
Italian staff
Dubbing Director:
Antonia Forlani (1st edition)
Serena Verdirosi
Translation: Laura Giordano
Executive producer: Francesco Di Sanzo

Assistant Director of Dubbing: Caterina Piferi
Assistant producer: Jessica Poce
AVID Operator: Paolo Quadrelli
Dolby Surround Mixing: Andrea Pochini
Editorial Coordination:
Federico Colpi
Fiammetta Adiutori
Encoding And Authoring: Luca Franciosi
Marketing Director: Giorgio Pulini (italian edition)
Mixing Supervision: Giorgio Bassanelli Bisbal
Post Production: Luca Franciosi (DVD Edition)
Post Production Director: Valerio Manenti
Publisher: Manlio Camastro (1st edition)
Quality Control: Luca Franciosi (DVD Edition)
Sound Technician: Massimo Sinceri
Synchronization: Paolo Brunori
Technical Coordinator:
Massimo Costantini
Stefano Lirolli
Titles & Credits: Marco Vitali
Massimo De Ambrosis as Haran Banjo (2nd edition)
Renzo Stacchi as Haran Banjo (1st edition)

Gino Donato as Sig. Garrison (1st edition)
Luciano De Ambrosis as Sig. Garrison Tokida (2nd edition)
Mariù Safier as Reika Sanjo (1st edition)
Silvia Tognoloni as Reika Sanjo (2nd edition)

Alessandra Cassioli as Zeta (2nd edition)
Alessandro Rossi as Special 1 (2nd edition)
Angelo Nicotra as Hessler (2nd edition)
Anna Teresa Eugeni as Comandanti Meganoidi (1st edition)
Antonia Forlani as Koros (1st edition)
Antonio Sanna as Dastone (2nd edition)
Cinzia De Carolis as Lisa (2nd edition)
Claudia Razzi as Milena (2nd edition)
Cristiana Lionello as Mazoni (2nd edition)
Cristina Boraschi as Jira (2nd edition)
Daniela Gatti as Zenoia (2nd edition)
Dario Penne as Comandante Neros (2nd edition)
Diego Reggente as Brundle (2nd edition)
Eleonora De Angelis as Aisa (2nd edition)
Ennio Coltorti as Nendol (2nd edition)
Francesca Guadagno as Kelly (1st edition)
Francesco Pannofino as Jiraya (2nd edition)
Gabriella Andreini as Aika (1st edition)
Gaetano Varcasia as Anton (2nd edition)
Gemma Donati as Chicchi (2nd edition)
Georgia Lepore as Beauty (2nd edition)
Giancarlo Padoan as Comandante Death Sander (2nd edition)
Giorgio Lopez as Comandante Belmen (2nd edition)
Isabella Pasanisi as Doil (2nd edition)
Luca Biagini as Bertiley (2nd edition)
Luca Dal Fabbro as Gildon (2nd edition)
Luca Ward as Wang Loo (2nd edition)
Luciano Roffi as Take (2nd edition)
Maria Letizia Scifoni as Terry (2nd edition)
Massimo Lodolo as Catrof (2nd edition)
Massimo Rossi as Red (1st edition)
Maurizio Reti as Patton (2nd edition)
Mauro Bosco as Donaun (2nd edition)
Michele Gammino as Lord Sandrake
Mino Caprio as Freud (2nd edition)
Myriam Catania as Maria (2nd edition)
Nino Prester as
Don Zauker (2nd edition)
Haran Sozo / Don Zauker (2nd edition)
Oreste Rizzini as Damdes (2nd edition)
Pasquale Anselmo as Matsu (2nd edition)
Pietro Biondi as Wenner (2nd edition)
Pinella Dragani as Koros (2nd edition)
Renato Mori as Carlos (2nd edition)
Riccardo Rossi as
Rad (2nd edition)
Toppy (1st edition)
Roberto Chevalier as Jimmy Dean (2nd edition)
Roberto Draghetti as Yalkie (2nd edition)
Roberto Gammino as Timer (2nd edition)
Roberto Pedicini as Kidogawa (2nd edition)
Romano Malaspina as Achilles (2nd edition)
Rosalinda Galli as Beauty Tachibana (1st edition)
Sandro Acerbo as Radik (2nd edition)
Sandro Jovino as Speaker anticipazioni
Sandro Sardone as Animad (2nd edition)
Serena Spaziani as Jira (1st edition)
Serena Verdirosi as Jenova (2nd edition)
Sergio Fiorentini as Gal (2nd edition)
Sergio Graziani as Edwin (2nd edition)
Sergio Tedesco as Dogman (2nd edition)
Simone Crisari as Toppy (2nd edition)
Simone Mori as Buncher (2nd edition)
Stefano De Sando as Tors (2nd edition)
Valerio Ruggeri as Magellan (2nd edition)
Vittorio Amandola as Ume (2nd edition)
Vittorio Di Prima as
Comandanti Meganoidi (1st edition)
Don Zaucker (1st edition)
Italian companies
Audio Production: Soundcheck
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Cultoon (2nd edition - from July 2007)
Ka-Boom (from 23 September 2013)
La 7 (2nd edition, from 25 june 2001)
MTV Italia (2nd edition , from 5 Dec. 2006)
Odeon TV (reprise first edition)
Rete A/All Music (from 1980)
Super 3
SuperSix (from 3 June 2019)
Dynamic Italia
Dynit (DVD)
Hobby & Work (VHS)
Yamato Video (VHS)
Edizioni Miguel (1st edition)
SEFIT-CDC (2nd edition)
DVD Authoring: DVD Hotminds S.r.l.
Internet Streaming: VVVVID
Postproduction: Studio PV
Publisher: Dynamic Italia (2nd edition)
Remastering: Soundcheck

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