Devilman (live-action movie)

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Alternative title:
Человек-Дьявол (Russian)
デビルマン (Japanese)
Plot Summary: Akira Fudo is a kind-hearted, shy teenager until one night his best friend Ryo Asuka reveals to him a terrible truth: demons are awakening in our world and mankind is in peril. Assuming the mantle of Devilman, a demon with the heart of a human, Akira fights demons as well as the rising chaos of a panicked human populace.
Vintage: 2004-10-09
Premiere date:
2004-10-09 (Japan)
Release dates: We have 1
Ending Theme:
#2: "Hikari No Naka De" by Hiro
Official website:
Devilman (Japanese)
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DVD (Region 1)
    Devil Man (DVD) 2008-03-11 (from $18.39)
    Devilman - Special Edition (DVD) 2009-11-24
    Devilman [Tokyo Shock Classic] (DVD) 2012-06-12

Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Hiroyuki Nasu
Screenplay: Machiko Nasu
Original creator: Go Nagai
Director of Photography: Hiroshi Butsuda

Action Coordination: Akihiro Noguchi
CG Producer: Takeshi Himi
CG Supervisor: Kouichi Noguchi
Design Assistant: Katsuya Terada
Special Makeup Effects Artist: Shinichi Wakasa
Theme Song Performance: Hiro
Hisato Izaki as Akira Fudou / Devilman
Yusuke Izaki as Ryo Asuka / Satan

Ai Tominaga as Sirene
Asuka Shibuya as Miiko Kawamoto
Ayana Sakai as Miki Makimura

Bob Sapp as Newscaster Morrison
Go Nagai as Priest
Hirotaro Honda as Professor Asuka
Hitomi Nakahodo as Saori
Ichirō Ogura as Susumu's Father
Kana Ishikawa as Yuka
Kazuhiko Kanayama as Aoyama
Kitarou as Ueda
KONISHIKI as Hideout Demon
Kouji Matoba as Wheelchair Man
Kyusaku Shimada as Subway Passenger
Mark Musashi as LAPD
Masakatsu Funaki as Jinmen
Masaki Nishina as Masao Ushiku
Masashi Arifuku as Tsukuda's Colleague
Masayuki Imai as Numata
Mikio Osawa as Takao Shigemori
Minoru Torihada as Tsukuda
Mitsutoshi Shundō as Nagata
Moro Morooka as Tsukuda's Colleague
Ryudo Uzaki as Keisuke Makimura
Sachiko Kobayashi as Middle-Aged Neighbor
Shōta Sometani as Susumu
Suzunosuke Tanaka as Roppei Musaka
Takamasa Nakayama as Minoru
Takuji Kawakubo as Yōji
Toshikazu Fukawa as Teacher
Yoriko Douguchi as Susumu's Mother
Youko Aki as Megumi Makimura
Yuko Morimoto as Miho

Go Nagai (Cameo)
Japanese companies
Music Production: Avex, Inc.
Original Concept: Dynamic Planning
Visual Effects: CGCG Xiamen
English staff
English cast
Executive producer: John Sirabella

DVD Author: Dave Beinlich
Editing: Christian Moran
Graphic Design: Dana Gill
Post-Production Manager: Christian Moran
Production Supervision:
Richard York
William Hellfire
Subtitling: Nagisa Wada
Translation Supervision: Clark Cheng
Camilla Debry as Silene
English companies
ADR Production: Arvintel Media Productions
Distributor:
Eastern Eye (Australia & New Zealand)
Tokyo Shock
Licensed by: Media Blasters
German staff
German cast
(none)
German companies
Distributor: UFA
Dubbing: Neue Tonfilm
Polish staff
Polish companies
(none)
Polish cast
(none)
Portuguese staff
Portuguese cast
Screen Inserts: Marco Antonio Abreu
Marcelo Campos as Ryo Asuka/Satan
Thiago Barione as Akira Fudo/Devilman

Daniella Piquet as Miki Makimura
Samira Fernandes as Silene

Adna Cruz as Emi Makimura
Marco Antonio Abreu as
Jinmen
Newscaster
Mauro Castro as Keisuke Makimura

Portuguese companies
ADR Production: BKS
Distributor: Golden Filmes

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