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Ogon Bat (TV)

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Alternative title:
Fantaman (Italian)
Fantasmagórico (Spanish)
Fantomas (Portuguese)
Golden Bat
黄金バット (Japanese)
황금박쥐 (Korean)
Genres: action, supernatural
Objectionable content: Mild
Plot Summary: Phantaman or Fantomas is a sleeping Atlantean warrior that can change or split from a golden bat like form or a skeleton form. He is awakened to fight against Dr. Zero, an evil genius that wants to conquer the world using high tech and monsters. The show is a crossover of sci-fi and kaijus with some ingenious plots, with Dr. Zero being one of the most iconic villains making fun of all the characters all the time. Some episodes are pure lame and some has very dark tones to it, with monsters split in two with the use of a cane-needle Fantomas carries, he also speaks almost nothing in the series, only laughs ominously.
Number of episodes: 52
Episode titles: We have 52
1967-04-01 to 1968-03-23
1967-10-24 to 1968-03-12 (South Korea, TBC - Eps. 1-21)
1973 (Brazil-Rede Record)
1980 (México)
1981 (Italy)
Opening Theme:
"Fantaman" by Superband [Italian version]
"Ōgon Bat no Uta" (黄金バットの歌) by Vocal Shop
Ending Theme:
"Ōgon Bat Kazoe Uta" (黄金バットの歌) by Yasushi Suzuki
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Script: Chiho Katsura
Original Concept: Takeo Nagamatsu
Art Director: Kazuo Kimura
Animation Director: Nobuhide Morikawa

Key Animation:
Mao Lamdo (Part-time)
Takuo Noda
Theme Song Performance: Vocal Shop
Osamu Kobayashi as Ogon Bat

Ichirō Murakoshi as Dr. Yamatone
Kazue Takahashi as Takeru Yamatone
Kazuya Tatekabe as Dareo Dokono
Kenji Utsumi as Mazo
Masaoki Takato as Kurayami Bat
Minori Matsushima as Marie Millet (1st)
Ushio Shima as Erich Nazō
Yōko Kuri as Marie Millet (2nd)

Yuzuru Fujimoto as Narrator

Japanese companies
English staff
English cast
Burr Middleton as Phantoma

Burr Middleton as
Doctor Zero
William Ross as Doctor Steel
English companies
Broadcaster: Nine Network (Australia)
Korean staff
Korean companies
Broadcaster: Tongyang Broadcasting Company (from 24 October 1967)
Korean cast
Spanish staff
Spanish cast
Spanish companies
Dubbing: SISSA
Italian staff
Italian cast
Theme Song Composition:
Bruno Tibaldi
Vincenzo Petti (under the name "Ronnieross")
Theme Song Lyrics:
Bruno Tibaldi
Vincenzo Petti (under the name "Cleffer")
Theme Song Performance:
Douglas Meakin (voice)
Roberta Petteruti (choirs)
Superobots (under the name "Superband")
Anna Rosa Garatti as
Ettore Conti as
Comandante Nero
Direttore del museo
Dottor Harold
Dottor Leo
Dottor Paloma
Dottor Zero
Dottor Zinger
Funzionario del governo
Ministro delle Scienze
Padre di Susy
Professor Finklemann
Professor Frazan
Rino Bolognesi as
Dottor Steel
Voce narrante
Rodolfo Bianchi as
Italian companies
Antenna 3 (from 1981)
Cultoon (from 1 May 2007)
Italia Teen Television (from 5 December 2004)
Super 3
Distributor: Cooperativa Sincrovox
Portuguese staff
Portuguese cast
Carmem Sheila as Marie (RJ studios-ep.01 & 07)
Gervásio Marques as Dr.Steel (SP studios-1st voice)
Libero Miguel as Doutor Zero (SP studios)
Maurício Barroso as Dr. Steel (RJ studios-ep.01 & 07)
Nair Silva as Marie (SP studios-1st voice)
Neuza Azevedo as Marie (SP studios-2nd voice)
Sílvio Navas as Dr. Steel (SP studios-2nd voice)

Ari de Toledo as Gabbi (RJ studios-ep.01 & 07)
Carlos Marques as Terry (RJ studios-ep.01 & 07)
Emerson Camargo as Gorgo (SP studios-2nd voice)
Flávio Galvão as Gabbi (SP studios-1st voice)
Leda Figueiró as Terry (SP studios)
Luiz Carlos de Moraes as Gorgo (SP studios-3th voice)
Marcos Lander as Gabbi (SP studios-2nd voice)
Turíbio Ruiz as Gorgo (SP studios-1st voice)

Aldo César as
Comandante Gil (SP studios-ep.24)
Máscara Negra (SP studios-ep.23)

Antonio Patino (SP studios)
Ionei Silva (SP studios)
Mário Vilela (SP studios)
Waldir Wey (SP studios)
Portuguese companies
Rede Brasil
Rede Record (Brazil)
Distributor: Trans-Global
Dubbing Studio: Cinecastro (Brazil-RJ & SP studios)

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