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Bremen 4: Angels in Hell (movie)

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©Tezuka Productions

Alternative title:
Bremen 4 (Italian)
Bremen 4: Jigoku no Naka no Tenshi-tachi (Japanese)
ブレーメン4 地獄の中の天使たち (Japanese)
Plot Summary: The story concerns four animals fighting to expel war from the earth. Though based on the "Band of Bremen (Die Bremer Stadtmusikanten)", Tezuka Osamu's fans could easily associate the story with "The Amazing Three." The cat, dog, donkey, and chicken who transform into human beings with the power of spacemen and fight to save the earth are entirely reminiscent of the three characters in the "Amazing Three" who transform themselves into animals and devote all their energies to saving the earth.
Running time: 90 minutes
Vintage: 1981-08-23
Premiere date:
1981-08-23 (Japan)
This was the fourth movie produced for NTV's annual 24-hour charity TV program Ai wa Chikyū o Sukū ("Love Saves the Earth").
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Screenplay: Osamu Tezuka
Unit Director: Katsuhito Akiyama
Music: Yasuo Higuchi
Original creator: Osamu Tezuka
Character Design: Osamu Tezuka
Art Director: Mitsuki Nakamura
Animation Director: Kazuhiko Utagawa
Supervising Director: Osamu Tezuka
Mechanical design: Hisashi Sakaguchi
Executive producer: Tadahiko Tsuzuki
Assistant Animation Director:
Nobuyoshi Hoshikawa
Yoshinori Higuchi
Assistant Art Director: Kazuhiro Kinoshita
Assistant Director: Yasuhiro Imagawa
Editing: Kazuo Inoue
Music Selection: Seiji Suzuki
Planning: Akira Yoshikawa
Production Assistant: Yasuhiro Imagawa
Recording Adjustment: Masanobu Maeda
Recording Director: Johei Kawamura
Sound Effects: Shizuo Kurahashi
Special Effects:
Masao Tazaki
Takao Tanaka
Theme Song Lyrics: Osamu Tezuka
Hiroya Ishimaru as Allegro
Kei Tomiyama as Largo
Mari Okamoto as Coda
Naoko Kyooda as Minuet

Chikao Ohtsuka as General Presto
Kazuko Yanaga as Rondo
Kousei Tomita as Adagio
Makio Inoue as Colonel Karl Presto
Masako Sugaya as Trio
Nachi Nozawa as Black Jack

Mahito Tsujimura as Baron Lento
Takashi Taniguchi as Leader
Tomoko Munakata as Trio's Mother
Tomomichi Nishimura as Don Dracula

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English staff
English companies
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