Kamen Rider Ryuki (live-action TV)

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Alternative title:
Kamen Rider Dragon
Kamen Rider Dragon Knight
Kamen Rider: Dragon Knight 
Kamen Rider: O Cavaleiro Dragão (Portuguese)
Masked Rider Ryuki
الدراج المقنع (Arabic)
仮面ライダー龍騎 (Japanese)
Objectionable content: Mild
Plot Summary:
An evil General known as Xaviax has taken over the Mirror World and their warriors- the Kamen Riders. Now hes set his eyes on Earth as his next target, but when he kidnaps Frank Taylor, it sets his son Kit on the path to become the new Kamen Rider Dragon Knight. Now Kit, along with Wing Knight Len, must recover the Advent Decks from evil Kamen Rider's and stop Xaviax's plan.
Shinji Kido is a carefree, inexperienced reporter for the ORE Journal, becomes Kamen Rider Ryuki in order to protect people from the monsters living inside the Mirror World and stop the senseless war among Riders that Shiro Kanzaki has started. Each Rider (except for Shinji), was lured into the Rider's battle with the promised of having his wish come true if he is the last one standing. Among the chaos Shinji somewhat befriend Ren Akiyama (Kamen Rider Knight) and Kanzaki's sister Yui.
Running time: 22 minutes per episode
Number of episodes: 50
Episode titles: We have 51
2002-02-03 to 2003-01-19
2008-12-13 to 2009-12-26 (USA- CW4Kids)
2009 (USA)
2009-06-29 (Brazil, Rede Globo - TV Globinho)
2009-08-17 (Televisa Canal 5 - México)
2009-10-07 (Cartoon Network Latin America)
2009-10-26 (Portugal - RTP2)
2010-06-14 (Portugal - Panda Biggs)
Opening Theme:
"Alive a Life" by Rica Matsumoto
"Kamen Rider" by Cartoni in Faccia [Italian version]
Ending Theme:
"Inori" by Ayano Tsugiyama (ep 50)
#01: "Hatenaki Inochi" by Hiroshi Kitadani
#02: "Hateshinai Honō no Naka e" by Keiko Terada
#03: "Revolution" by Hiroshi Kitadani
#04: "Lonely Soldier" by Satoshi Matsuda
Links: We have 2
Trivia: We have 1
Kamen Rider Ryuki marked a major departure from majority of the Kamen Rider franchise's traditions created by the late Shotaro Ishinomori. Instead of having the monster of the week, the series had numerous Kamen Riders fighting each other for supremacy (much like the Immortals in Highlander). And unlike the other KR titles (with the exception of Shin Kamen Rider), motorcycles had absolutely no important role in this series.
Production-wise, Ryuki marked the beginning of Toei's partnership with music giant Avex, Inc. The series also started the trend of not having ending credits and placing the ending theme in the final fight scene of each episode.
Kamen Rider: Dragon Knight was the first Kamen Rider title to be adapted to American audiences since the ill-fated 1995 series The Masked Rider (which was loosely based on Kamen Rider BLACK RX). The series aired on The CW and ran for 36 episodes before it was canceled; the final four episodes were made available online on the 4Kids website on December 18, 2009. Kamen Rider: Dragon Knight was the first show to receive the Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Stunt Coordination.
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Ryuta Tasaki
Original creator: Shotaro Ishinomori
Character Design: Tamotsu Shinohara

2nd Ending Theme: Rider Chips
Story Writer: Toshiki Inoue
Theme Song Performance:
Ayano Sugiyama (ED)
Hiroshi Kitadani (Hate na ki Inochi, Revolution)
Keiko Terada (Hate na Shinai Hoono naka)
Rica Matsumoto (OP)
Satoshi Matsuda (Lonely Soldier)
Ayano Sugiyama as Yui Kanzaki
Satoshi Matsuda as Ren Akiyama / Kamen Rider Knight
Takamasa Suga as Shinji Kido/Kamen Rider Ryuki

Hitomi Kurihara as Nanako Shimada
Jun Takatsugi as Satoru Tojo / Kamen Rider Tiger
Kenji Tsuda as Daisuke Okubo
Kenzaburo Kikuchi as Shirou Kanzaki
Ryohei as Shuichi Kitaoka / Kamen Rider Zolda
Sayaka Kuon as Reiko Momoi
Takashi Hagino as Takeshi Asakura / Kamen Rider Ohja
Tomohisa Yuge as Goro Yura
Tsuyoshi Koyama as Kamen Rider Odin

Chisato Morishita as Megumi Asano
Hassei Takano as Miyuki Tezuka / Kamen Rider Raia
Junichi Mizuno as Hajime Nakamura / Alternative Rider
Kazue Fuchiki as Sanako Kanzaki
Mahiru Tsubura as Eri Ogawa
Satoshi Ichijo as Jun Shibaura / Kamen Rider Gai
Satoshi Jinbo as Hideyuki Kagawa / Alternative Rider Zero
Seiji Takaiwa as Kamen Rider Ryuki (suit actor)
Takashi Hyuga as Mitsuru Sano / Kamen Rider Impaler
Takeshi Kimura as Masashi Sudou / Kamen Rider Scissors (eps 5-6)
Tomohisa Yuge as Kamen Rider Zolda (eps 10, 50)
Japanese companies
English cast
English staff
Aria Alistar as Maya Young
Stephen Lunsford as
Adam/ Kamen Rider Onyx
Kit Taylor / Kamen Rider Dragon Knight
William O'Leary as Xaviax

Carrie Reichenbach as Kase/ Kamen Rider Siren
Jeff Davis as Frank Taylor
Kathy Christopherson as Michelle Walsh
Mark Dacascos as Eubulon/ Advent Master
Matthew Mullins as Len / Kamen Rider Wing Knight
Mike Moh as Danny Cho/ Hunt/ Kamen Rider Axe
Scott Bailey as JTC/ Price/ Kamen Rider Strike
Taylor Emerson as Trent
Yvonne Arias as Maya Young 

Aaron Toney as Minion #3
Brian R. Norris as Brandon
Christopher Babers as Grant Staley/ Kamen Rider Camo
Christopher Foley as Drew Lansing/Chance/Torque
Chuck Williams as Security Guard
Colette De la Croix as Mrs. Mowry
James Howell as Dr. Heath
James Paterson as Detective Grimes
Jamison Jones as Agent Phillips
Kathleen Gati as Kit's Foster Mom
Keith Stone as Brad Barrett/ Kamen Rider Thrust
Kevin Will as Electrician
Marisa Lauren as Lacey
Mark Wystrach as Vic Frasier/ Kamen Rider Wrath
Michael Cardelle as Chris Ramirez /Kamen Rider Sting (eps 11-20)
Omi Vaidya as Fish
Peter Sherayko as Paul/ Race Announcer
Sean Nepita as Cashier
T.J. Storm as Grant's Master
Tadahiro Nakamura as Minion #2
Tony Moras as Richie Preston/ Kamen Rider Incisor
Tony Sano as Albert Cho/ Kamen Rider Spear
Victoria Jackson as Aunt Grace
English companies
Cartoon Network Philippines
Okto (Singapore - as Channel i)
The CW (CW4Kids)
Distributor: MediaLink Entertainment Limited (Asia-Pacific)
Internet Streaming: 4Kids TV
Licensed by: ADNESS
Recording Studio: Voiceovers Unlimited Pte. Ltd.
Spanish staff
Spanish cast
ADR Director: Jaime Roca (Spain dub)
ADR Script: Jaime Roca (Spain dub)
Jaime Roca as Walter Connors/Xaviax (Spain dub)
Jorge Saudinós as Kit Taylor/Dragon Knight (Spain dub)
Marta Sáinz as Maya Young (Spain dub)

Adolfo Pastor as Len/Kamen Rider Wing Knight (Spain dub)
Regino Ramos as Frank Taylor (Spain dub)

Alex Saudinós as Albert Cho/Kamen Rider Spear (Spain dub)
Alfredo Martínez as Drew Lansing (Spain dub)
César Díaz Capilla as Chris Ramirez/Kamen Rider Sting (Spain dub)
Diana Torres as Lacey Sheridan (Spain dub)
Emilio García as Danny Cho/Kamen Rider Axe (Spain dub)
Jordi Estupiñá as Fish (Spain dub; ep 28)
José Carabias as Trent (Spain dub)
Juan Francisco Lamata as Brandon (Spain dub)
Julia Martínez as Michelle Walsh (Spain dub)
Miguel Ángel Pérez as JTC (Spain dub)
Yolanda Quesada as Kase/Kamen Rider Siren (Spain dub)

Carolina Tak (Spain dub)
Javier Lorca (Spain dub)
Juan Navarro Torello (Spain dub)
Spanish companies
Arait Multimedia (Spain)
Cloverway, Inc. (Latin America)
Dubbing Studio: Arait Multimedia (Spain dub)
Arabic staff
Arabic companies
Broadcaster: Spacetoon
Arabic cast
Tagalog staff
Tagalog cast
Francis Ibanez as Ren Akiyama / Kamen Rider Knight
Grace Cornel as Yui Kanzaki
Vincent Gutierrez as Shinji Kido / Kamen Rider Ryuki

Neil Yu as Takeshi Asakura / Kamen Rider Ohja
Rowena Raganit as Reiko Momoi
Tagalog companies
ABS-CBN (2004)
RPN Network (Solar TV, CW4Kids)
Portuguese cast
Portuguese staff
Ettore Zuim as Xaviax
Marcelo Garcia as Len / Kamen Rider Wing Knight
Priscila Amorim as Maya Young
Reinaldo Buzzoni as Kit Taylor / Kamen Rider Dragon Knight

Fabíola Martins as Michelle Walsh
José Leonardo as Trent
Maurício Berger as Frank Taylor

Christiano Torreão as Drew Lansing
Eduardo Dascar as Grant Staley / Kamen Rider Camo
Iara Riça as Lacey Sheridan
Jorge Eduardo as Richie Preston / Kamen Rider Destruidor (cast as Jorge Lucas)
Luiz Sérgio Vieira as Danny Cho / Kamen Rider Axe
Maíra Góes as Kase / Kamen Rider Siren
Mariângela Cantú as Grace Kiefer
Renan Freitas as Chris Ramirez / Kamen Rider Sting
Rodrigo Antas as Albert Cho / Kamen Rider Spear
Portuguese companies

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