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Judo Boy (TV)

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©Tatsunoko Production

Alternative title:
Kurenai Sanshiro (Japanese)
O Judoca (Portuguese)
Sam, el Rey del Judo (Spanish)
Scarlet Sanshiro
紅三四郎 (Japanese)
태풍소년 (Korean)
Themes: sports
Objectionable content: Mild
Plot Summary: Young Sanshiro Kurenai is the proud heir of a judo dojo. One day, he finds his beloved father dead... and a glass eye not too far from the corpse. Ready to avenge his father and take his honor back, Sanshiro and his friend Ken start searching for the mysterious one-eyed murderer...
Running time: half hour per episode
Number of episodes: 26
Episode titles: We have 26
1969-04-02 to 1969-09-24
1978-08-04 to 1979-02-23 (South Korea, TBC)
1980-03-16 (Italy)
1984 (French TV - debut)
1985-01-30 to 1985-10-09 (France)
Opening Theme:
#1: "Kurenai Sanshirou" (紅三四郎) by Katsuhiko Miki
#2: "Kurenai Sanshirou" (紅三四郎) by Mitsuko Horie
Ending Theme:
#1: "Otoko no Kouya" (男の荒野) by Katsuhiko Miki
#2: "Yuuhi no Otoko" (夕陽の男) by Yuri Shimazaki
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Japanese companies
English staff
English cast
English companies
Internet Streaming: HIDIVE
Licensed by: Sentai Filmworks
Production: Sentai Studios
Korean staff
Korean companies
Broadcaster: Tongyang Broadcasting Company (from 4 August 1978)
Korean cast
French cast
French staff
Music: Michel Barouille (générique) 

Theme Song Performance: Michel Barouille
Francois Leccia as Judo Boy

Albert Augier as
Hermann le borgne
One-eyed of the Black Devils
Amélie Morin as
Hélène (eps 18-19)
Madge (ep 15)
Marie (ep 15)
Martine (ep 24)
Celine Monsarrat as Julia
Claude Chantal as Marjorie, Milly, Chef des chats sauvages
Daniel Gall as Gebarto
Danièle Hazan as
Maria (ep 13)
Marie (ep 12)
Edgar Givry as
Francis Lax as
Captain McQuinley
Georges Atlas as
Black Killer
Borgne (One-eyed)
Killy (ep 26)
Mr. Blake
One eyed (ep 9)
Warrior of Kilimandjaro
Georges Lycan as
Blond man (ep 1)
Monkey Man (L'homme singe)
One-eyed (ep 2)
Riding men's chief
Georges Poujouly as
Gérard Hernandez as
Black Devils Chief
Mayor (ep 12)
Mr. Scott (ep 18)
Teacher (ep 13)
Hélène Otternaud as
Marie (ep 8)
Princess Nila (ep 10)
Jacques Balutin as
Hermann le borgne (Young) (ep 7)
Marin (ep 7)
Jacques Chevalier as
Bandit (ep 14)
Insane Scientist
Jacques Torrens as Père de Judo Boy, Karim
Jean-Claude Montalban as
5 Motorcyclists Chief
Soldier (ep 13)
Joëlle Fossier as Kathy (ep 7)
Joelle Guigui as
Hélène (ep 5)
young blind girl (ep 4)
Joseph Falcucci as Nissa
Luq Hamet as Roynito
Marcel Jemma as
Colosse (ep 4)
Général Kamir (ep 3)
Mayor (ep 5)
Martine Reigner as Kamir
Michel Barbey as Soldiers Chief (ep 13)
Michel Bedetti as
One-eyed (ep 1)
Nadine Delanoë as
Jeanne (ep 25)
Milly (ep 23)
The girl of Pasteur
Philippe Ogouz as
Bandit (ep 12)
Pierre Fromont as Le Borgne (The One-eyed One) (ep 24)
Pierre Garin as
Geolier (ep 23)
Joe (ep 26)
Magma Master
Tiger Hunter
Pierre Trabaud as
General Borgne
Inspector Talus
Mr. Morgane
Teacher (ep 22)
Raoul Delfosse as Nissa
Serge Bourrier as
Bandit Leader (ep 14)
Joe (ep 17)

French companies
Antenne 2 France (from 30 January 1985)
Distributor: Déclic Images
Dubbing: SOFI
Spanish staff
Spanish companies
Antena 3 (Spain)
Canal Sur (Spain)
RPC TV Canal 4 (Panamá)
Spanish cast
Oscar Javier Cuesta as Alexander Kurenai (Colombian Dub)
Italian staff
Italian companies
Dubbing Director: Antonia Forlani
Executive producer: Manlio Camastro
Cultoon (from September 2009)
Facile TV (from 8 January 2007)
La Uomo TV (from 28 December 1980)
Milano TV (from 16 March 1980)
Napoli Canale 21
Sitcom 1 (from 8 January 2007)
Super 3
Dubbing: Edizioni Miguel
Internet Streaming:
Anime Generation
YouTube (Mondo TV - A tutto sport)
Subtitles: Studio ASCI
Italian cast
Renzo Stacchi as Sanshiro Kurenai

Marco Guadagno as Ken (2nd voice)
Riccardo Rossi as Ken (1st voice)
Rosalinda Galli as Mayuri
Portuguese staff
Portuguese companies
Rede Record (Brazil)
TV Gazeta (Brazil)
TV Tupi (Brazil)
Dubbing Studio: Technisom (Brazil)
Portuguese cast
Cleonir dos Santos as Garoto (Sanshiro)
Marisa Leal as Ken

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