G-Saviour (live-action TV movie)

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Alternative title:
Gセイバー (Japanese)
Themes: mecha, military
Objectionable content: Mild
Plot Summary: Humanity is running short on food so several scientists are conducting experiments to solve this problem. A professor on earth and Cynthia Graves from the colony GAEA work together but when the professor has a breakthrough, all communication with Cynthia stops. She comes down to earth to find out what happened to the professor and discovers that the military isn't very happy with their discovery since it would decrease the influence of the military. Because of the help of Mark Curran, she is able to escape to her colony but the military won't give up so easily.
Running time: 90 minutes
Vintage: 2000-12-29
Premiere date:
2000-12-29 (Japan)
Official website:
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Sunrise's second attempt at a live-action Gundam project (after the interactive video game Gundam 0079: The War For Earth). This film was released as part of the Gundam 20th anniversary "Big Bang Project".
Although the story takes place in the later Universal Century, little to no references to Mobile Suit Gundam or other titles within the timeline are made in the film. The titular mecha, for instance, is never referred to as a "Gundam".
G-Saviour DVD (Jan 27, 2002)
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DVD (Region 1)
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Original creator:
Hajime Yatate (Mobile Suit Gundam)
Yoshiyuki Tomino (Mobile Suit Gundam)
Mecha design: Kunio Okawara
Executive producer:
Masuo Veda
Takayuki Yoshii
Jun Haraguchi (Nagoya TV)
Koichi Inoue

Opening Music: Yoshihiro Ike (TV Broadcast/DVD/VHF Ver.)
Sound Producer: Toru Nakano (TV Broadcast/DVD/VHF Ver.)
Supervision: George Iida (TV Broadcast/DVD/VHF Ver.)
Haruhiko Kato as Mark Curran (TV Broadcast/DVD/VHF Ver.)
Masato Hagiwara as Mark Curran
Mirai Yamamoto as Cynthia Graves (Special Edition)
Ryoko Shinohara as Cynthia Graves

Kenji Utsumi as Councillor Graves
Rei Sakuma as Kobi
Takaya Hashi as Jack Halle
Takayasu Komiya as Franz Dieter
Toshihiko Kojima as Philippe San Simeone
Yumi Takada as Mimi Devere

Emi Shinohara as Dagget
Hisayoshi Izaki as Reporter Stewart
Ken Ogata as Narrator (Special Edition)
Kenichi Ono as Simmons
Kenji Utsumi as Narrator
Kiyoyuki Yanada as Barkeep
LaSalle Ishii as Gano
Naoki Bandou as Tim Holloway
Ryuuzou Ishino as Souya
Shihori Niwa as Waitress
Takayuki Yamaguchi as Computer
Tetsuya Sakai as Guard #1
Japanese companies
Music Production: Lantis
Sound Production: HALF H·P STUDIO (TV Broadcast/DVD/VHF Ver.)
English staff
English cast
Brennan Elliott as Mark Curran
Enuka Okuma as Cynthia Graves

Alfonso Quijada as Franz Dieter
Blu Mankuma as Councillor Graves
Catharina Conti as Mimi Devere
David Lovgren as Lt. Col. Jack Halle
Taayla Markell as Kobi

Brendan Beiser as Simmons
Fred Henderson as President Hawke
Hrothgar Mathews as Philippe San Simeone
Kenneth Welsh as General Garneaux
Marlowe Dawn as Dagget
Peter Williams as Lt. Tim Holloway
Samuel Vincent as Pilot
English companies
Distributor: Bandai Entertainment
Licensed by: Bandai Entertainment
Spanish staff
Spanish companies
Distributor: Towers Entertaiment (Mexico/sub only)
Spanish cast

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