Uchu Kubo Blue Noah (TV)

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Alternative title:
AL-QAWASA AL-ZARQA الغواصة الزرقاء (Arabic)
Åskbåten (Swedish)
Blue Noah
Blue Noah mare spaziale (Italian)
Blue Noah Nave Antiespacial (Spanish)
Blue Noah: Nave Anti-Espacial (Spanish)
Space Carrier Blue Noah
Spacecraft Carrier Blue Noah
Ураган (Russian)
الغواصة الزرقاء (Arabic)
宇宙空母ブルーノア (Japanese)
Plot Summary: The year is 2052, the Federated Nations of Earth live in peace and have spread throughout the solar system. On Earth nine research centers were developed; N1 to N9. A alien race who's home world "Gotham" was destroyed by a black hole comes along searching for a new home and decide that Earth can be made habitable for them. They attack Earth and the other planets, swiftly destroying most of the human population. However Earth has one last hope, a submarine/space craft, the Thundersub, it's little brother the Tempest Junior and their crew. Thundersub was originally created to protect Earth in case of the outer planets were ever to rebel, but must now challenge a powerfull alien race and their "Terror Star" in which they came to the solar system. However to do this Thundersub must be made space capable and the last component to do so was being developed at N9. This sets the plot for the series, the crew set out to reach N9, not knowing whether it is still intact or not.
Running time: 25 minutes per episode
Number of episodes: 24
Episode titles: We have 27
1979-10-13 to 1980-03-30
1980 (Arabic)
1985 to 1986 (Canada)
1986 (Colombia - Cadena 2)
Release dates: We have 1
Opening Theme:
"Space Carrier Blue Noah: Toward the Great Ocean" by Mayo Kawasaki
Ending Theme:
"Night Cruise" by Hiroshi Miyagawa
Links: We have 5
Trivia: We have 2
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Hideaki Yamamoto (ep 1)
Seiji Matsuoka (eps 2-24)
Takashi Yamada (eps 8, 12-14)
Hideki Takayama (ep 9)
Hiroshi Hisano (eps 6, 10, 16)
Johei Matsuura (eps 7, 15, 22)
Kenzo Koizumi (6 episodes
eps 1, 13, 18-19, 23-24

Kozo Morishita (ep 4)
Kunihiko Okazaki (ep 21)
Masahiro Sasaki (ep 3)
Shiro Murata (ep 5)
Takenori Kawada (ep 2)
Takeshi Shirato (eps 1, 8)
Tokiji Kaburaki (eps 12, 17, 20)
Tomoharu Katsumata (eps 1, 14)
Episode Director:
Hidenori Yamaguchi (ep 2)
Johei Matsuura (eps 7, 15, 22)
Katsuhiko Honjô (6 episodes
eps 10, 13, 16, 18, 21, 24

Kunihiko Okazaki (6 episodes
eps 4, 6, 8, 11, 19, 23

Masahiro Sasaki (ep 3)
Shiro Murata (ep 5)
Tokiji Kaburaki (5 episodes
eps 9, 12, 14, 17, 20

Character Design: Yukiyoshi Hane
Art Director: Geki Katsumata
Mechanical design:
Takashi Masuo
Yuji Kaita
Sound Director: Katsumi Ota
Director of Photography: Nobuyuki Sugaya
Producer: Takahashi Iijima

In-Between Animation: Kazuhiro Ochi (ep 1)
Key Animation:
Kimiharu Obata
Mari Okuda (4 episodes
eps 4, 7, 17, 20

Yuki Asanuma (9 episodes
eps 4, 7, 9, 12, 14-15, 17, 20, 22

Original Design: Yoshinobu Nishizaki
Production Director: Kazunori Tanahashi
Sound Effects: Katsumi Itō
Special Effects Supervisor: Ryuichi Kaneshi
Storyboard Director: Yukiyoshi Hane
Storyboard General Director: Kenzo Koizumi
Theme Song:
Masaaki Hirao (Arrangment)
Michio Yamagami (Lyrics)
Theme Song Performance: Mayo Kawasaki
Toru Furuya as Shin Himoto

Makio Inoue as Yurgens

Akira Murayama as Hiroshi Izumi
Chiyoko Kawashima as Kei Tsuchikado
Hidekatsu Shibata as Satoshi Tsuchikado
Shigeru Chiba as Michirō Tamura
Yoshi Ishihara as Narrator
Japanese companies
Animation: Office Academy
Broadcaster: YTV
Film Developing: Toei Chemical Industry
Recording Studio: Eiko Recording
Spanish staff
Spanish cast
Juan Alfonso Carralero as Alex / Shin Himoto

Spanish companies
Cadena 2 (Colombia)
Cadena Local TV (Spain)
Italian cast
Italian staff
Dario Ghirardi as Governatore Gulf
Elio Marconato as Zeitel
Ermanno Ribaudo as Nakahiro
Marco Mori as Hiroshi Izumi
Massimo Dapporto as
Gen. Hulgens
Mauro Bosco as
Comandante Domon
Professor Kusaka
Tony Fusaro as
Computer della Nave
Makoto Kusaka
Shimizu, comandante dello Sheila
Voce narrante
Vittorio Battarra as Hesekut
Willy Moser as Hidaka
Italian companies
Anime Gold (from 1st March 2011)
Italia Teen Television (from 2 May 2005)
La 7 Cartapiu (from September 2007)
Man-Ga (from May 2012)
Rete A/All Music (from 1980)
Super 3
Publisher: Tony Fusaro & Co.
Arabic staff
Arabic cast
Montage: Gamal Al-Fank
Sound Engineer: Hisham Haddad
Bassam Hajjawi (Media Vision)
Zayd Freez
Adel Afanah as Captain Domon
Ashraf Abaza as Mingo (Domingo)
Fouad Al-Shomali as
Khaffash (Gulf)
Shimo (Shimizo)
Hasan Abu Shouera as Layth (Shin Himoto)
Hisham Al-Huneidi as
Hira (Nakehira)
The cook
Mahmood Abu Ghareb as
Gerar (Hiraga)
Leader Shanoun (Zeytel)
Marwan Haddad as
Timraz (Zolghel)
Muhammad Abu Hadid as
Zaydoun (Mazugura)
Muhammad Al-Abbadi as Mirdad (Ulghens)
Naim Al-Mawj as
Mahran (Mishiro)
Randa Zakaria as
Computer sound
Rima Haddad as
Reem (Kei)
Tara (Kara)
Taiseer Attieh as Shihab (Hiroshi)

Adel Afana as Captain Domon
Marwan Haddad as Kapila & Hidaka
Reema Hadad as Reem
Arabic companies
Kuwait Television (From July 1981)
Saudi TV (1981)

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