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Flying Phantom Ship (movie)

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Alternative title:
El Barco Fantasma (Spanish)
Letayuschy Corabl-Prizrak (Russian)
Sora Tobu Yureisen (Japanese)
Летающий Корабль-Призрак (Russian)
空飛ぶゆうれい船 (Japanese)
날으는 유령선 (Korean)
하늘을 나는 유령선 (Korean)
하늘을 날으는 유령선 (Korean)
Themes: memories, robots, secrets
Objectionable content: Mild
Plot Summary: Returning from a happy fishing trip, Hayato Arashiyama and his father witnessed a traffic accident, whom they identified to be chairman Kuroshio (owner of the shipyard Hayato's father worked in) and his wife. Helping Kuroshios taking shelter from a thunderstorm in an abandoned Western-styled mansion, a mysterious figure with a skull mask haunted them, calling himself the caption of a phantom ship. A few days later, a giant robot calling itself a messenger of the phantom ship, appeared from nowhere and attacked the seaside city, killing many civilians including Hayato's parents. Hayato's father told him a big secret before drawing his last breath. To avenge his parents, Hayato joined the volunteer defense force organized by chairman Kuroshio, yet he stumbled upon more and more surprising and horrible secrets.
User Ratings: 51 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 1 vote (sub:1)
 Excellent: 2 votes (sub:2)
 Very good: 6 votes (sub:5, others:1
1 Russian dubbed
 Good: 15 votes (sub:11, dub:2, others:2
2 Russian dubbed
 Decent: 12 votes (sub:10, dub:1, others:1
1 Russian dubbed
 So-so: 8 votes (sub:6, dub:2)
 Not really good: 5 votes (sub:5)
 Weak: 1 vote (others:1
1 Russian subtitled
 Bad: 1 vote (sub:1)
 Awful: -
 Worst ever: -
Seen in part or in whole by 89 users, rank: #5323 (of 9409)
Median rating: Decent
Arithmetic mean: 6.235 (Decent+), std. dev.: 1.5541, rank: #6441 (of 9518)
Weighted mean: 6.250 (Decent+), rank: #6326 (of 9518) (seen all: 6.25)
Bayesian estimate: 6.516 (Good−), rank: #5067 (of 7150)
Running time: 60 minutes
1975-10-18 (South Korea, MBC)
1977-12-25 (South Korea, TBC)
1990-10-04 (South Korea, KBS2)
Premiere date:
1969-07-20 (Japan)
Release dates: We have 7
Opening Theme:
"Flying Ghost Ship" (空飛ぶゆうれい船) by Female Chorus
Ending Theme:
"Hayato no Theme" (隼人のテーマ) by Hiro Izumiya & Honey Nights
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Masako Nozawa as Hayato Arashiyama

Akio Tanaka as Chairman Kuroshio
Akira Nagoya as Technician Arashiyama (Hayato's father)
Gorō Naya as Phantom ship captain
Kousei Tomita as Secretary of Defense Haniwa
Yukiko Okada as Ruriko
Yukiko Okata as Ruriko

Junko Hori as Boa Juice Ad
Junpei Takiguchi as Boa Juice Ad
Kyōko Satomi as Mrs. Kuroshio

Japanese companies
Distributor: Toei Company, Ltd.
Film Developing: Toei Chemical Industry
Production: Toei Animation
Sound Effects: T.E.O.
English cast
English staff
ADR Director: Brittany Lauda
ADR Script: Madeleine Morris
Producer: Brittany Lauda

ADR Engineer: Matt Shipman
ADR Script Supervisor: Matt Shipman
Assistant ADR Director: Matt Shipman
Assistant Audio Editor: Ethan Contreras
Casting Assistant: Ben Balmaceda
Casting Director: Brittany Lauda
Lead Mixing Engineer: Ricardo Contreras
Mixing: HastePro
Production Assistant: Ben Balmaceda
Spotting: Madeleine Morris
Stereo Remastering: HastePro
Mona Marshall as Hayato Arashiyama

Frank Todaro as Mr. Arashiyama
Julia Gu as Ruriko
Lucas Schuneman as Mr. Kuroshio
Patrick Seitz as Phantom Ship Captain
Rick Zieff as Haniwa

Alejandro Saab as
Crewmate A
Male Police Officer B
Anne Yatco as Mrs. Kuroshio
Ben Balmaceda as
Brittany Lauda as Female Boa Juice VO
Bryson Baugus as Male News Anchor
Cassie Ewulu as Female Boa Juice VO (song)
Chris Niosi as Male Police Officer A
Cody Savoie as
Kuroshio Henchman A
Male PA
Cris George as
Corporate Henchman B
Erica Mendez as Boy A
Kellen Goff as
Corporate Henchman A
Kevin Thelwell as
Crewmate B
Male Tank Driver
Khoi Dao as Man in Sunglasses
Krystal LaPorte as Mrs. Arashiyama
Matt Shipman as Ship Doctor
Michael Kovach as Corporate Henchman C
Ricco Fajardo as
Agent of Boa
Man on Street
Y. Chang as
Male Boa Juice VO (song)
TV Host

English companies
ADR Production: Kocha Sound
Licensed by: Discotek Media
Korean staff
Korean companies
MBC TV (from 18 October 1975)
Tongyang Broadcasting Company (from 25 December 1977)
Korean cast
Russian staff
Russian cast
Dubbing Director: Maya Miroshkina (Soyuzmultfilm)
Translation: Zinaida Celikovskaya (Soyuzmultfilm)

Editing: Tatiana Paporova (Soyuzmultfilm)
Sound Engineer: Boris Fil'chikov (Soyuzmultfilm)
Maria Vinogradova as Hayato

Olga Gromova as Ruriko
Vladimir Kenigson as Mr. Kuroshio

Aleksei Konsovsky as Captain of the Ghost Ship
Roza Makagonova as Mrs. Kuroshio
Russian companies
Dubbing: Soyuzmultfilm
Production: MC Entertainment

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