Robotech II: The Sentinels (U.S. movie)

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[ sequel of Robotech (U.S. TV) ]

Alternative title:
Robotech II: Los Centinelas (Spanish)
Themes: mecha
Objectionable content: Mild
Plot Summary: Sometime after the war against the Zentradi, Lisa Hayes is now an admiral leading a new expadition on the SDF-3. Accompanied with her old colleagues including her future husband, Rick Hunter. Their mission is to confront alien forces in order to prevent future wars on Earth.
Running time: 85 minutes
Vintage: 1986
Opening Theme:
"Robotech Theme" by Ulpio Minucci
Ending Theme:
"Robotech Theme" by Ulpio Minucci
Official website:
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Trivia: We have 3
Comment:
Originally meant to bridge the gap between all three sagas of Robotech (Macross, Southern Cross, Mospeada) and run for 65 episodes, this series was scrapped when the US Dollar fell in comparison to the Japanese Yen and Harmony Gold could not afford to fund the production, especially after Matchbox bailed out of sponsorship. The first 3 episodes were then spliced together into one movie. Unlike the TV series, Robotech II: The Sentinels did not re-use animation from another anime other than some flashback footage from Macross; original animation was created for the new series, which was completely inferior to the animation of the Robotech series itself. Robotech II: The Sentinels was last offered on DVD as a bonus disc in box 3 of Robotech: The Macross Saga and an extra on Robotech Protoculture Collection.
Robotech II: The Sentinels has been declared non-canon by Harmony Gold, following the release of Robotech: The Shadow Chronicles.
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Episode Director: Taro Harase
Character Design: Ippei Kuri
Animation Director: Ippei Kuri
Mechanical design: Naito Anmo
Animation producer: M. Iwata
Animation Supervisor:
Ippei Kuri
Kenji Yoshida
In Charge of Production: Junichi Yamakawa
Production Set Up: Hirotoshi Okura
(none)
Japanese companies
Animation:
Anime Friend (Macross footage)
Artland (Macross footage)
Tatsunoko Production
Art Direction: Okura Design Group
Production: Big West (Macross footage)
English cast
English staff
Director: Carl Macek
Screenplay:
Ardwight Chamberlain (dialog)
Carl Macek
Steve Kramer (additional dialog)
Executive producer: Frank Agrama
Producer: Ahmed Agrama

Associate producer: Jehan Agrama
Chief Engineer: Bryan J. Rusenko
DVD Executive Producer: John Ledford
Final Mix: George Bours
Music Composition:
Arlon Ober
Jack Goga
Michael Bradley
Randall Rumage ("Together")
Steve Wittmack
Ulpio Minucci ("Robotech Theme")
Music Executive Producer: Randall Rumage
Production Assistant: Duane Capizzi
Production Chief: Andrea Coppola
Production Coordination: Carlos Stevenson
Production manager: Kent Harrison Hayes
Production Supervision: Alan Letz
Recording engineer:
Eduardo Torres
Thomas Chan
Sound Design: George Bours
Theme Song Performance: Sunny Hilden (Together)
Video Editing: Guillermo Coelho
Melanie MacQueen as Lisa Hayes
Tony Oliver as Rick Hunter

Jimmy Flinders as Max Sterling
Reba West as Lynn Minmei

Abe Lesser as Jonathan Wolfe
Alexandra Kenworthy as The Regess
Barbara Goodson as Jean Grant
Catherine Battistone as Miriya Sterling
Drew Thomas as Tesla
Gregory Snow as Emil Lang
Guy Garrett as Anatole Leonard
Ike Medlick as Priest
Jeffrey Platt as
Rolf Emerson
T.R. Edwards
John Alexander as Breetai
Kerrigan Mahan as Jack Baker
Lara Cody as Dana Sterling
Leonard Pike as Exedore
Lisa Michaelson as Karen Penn
Melodee M. Spevack as Mission Control
Michael Reynolds as Harry Penn
Milton James as Colonel Adam Reinhardt
Oliver Barrett as Bowie Grant
Richard Epcar as Vince Grant
Russell Johnson as Narrator
Wendee Lee as Janice
English companies
Distributor:
ADV Films
MVM (UK)
Orion (Expired)
Streamline Pictures (Expired)
DVD Authoring & Encoding: M.O.F.C.
Licensed by: Harmony Gold USA, Inc.
Soundtrack: Gold Screen, Inc.
Spanish staff
Spanish cast
Dubbing Director: Ignacio Campero

Script Adaptation: Mireya Vinyalonga
Spanish companies
Distributor: Harmony Gold USA, Inc.
Dubbing: Intersound, Inc.
DVD Distribution: Quality Films (Chile)
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