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Captain Tsubasa: Ayaushi! Zen Nippon Jr. (movie 2)

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Alternative title:
Captain Tsubasa Film 02 - Achtung! Die japanische Juniorenauswahl (German)
Captain Tsubasa Movie 02 - Attention! The Japanese Junior Selection
Captain Tsubasa Película 02 - Cuidado! Selección Japonesa Jr. (Spanish)
Holly e Benji: La selezione giovanile del Giappone (Italian)
Los Supercampeones: La Venganza (Spanish)
Olive et Tom Film 2: Le défi européen - la revanche (French)
Oliver y Benji: La revancha (Spanish)
キャプテン翼 危うし! 全日本Jr. (Japanese)
キャプテン翼 危うし!全日本Jr. (Japanese)
Genres: tournament
Themes: soccer, sports
Objectionable content: None
Plot Summary: The second movie is about the return match between the All Europe Soccer Team and Japan. At the beginning Hyuga denies to join the team due to his 3. defeat against Nankatsu. He practices hard with Kyra to perfect his Tiger Shot. Misaki can't come and Wakabayashi isn't allowed to play for he normally plays for a German team. With those lacks and Schneider's (the European's captain) improved skills, Tsubasa and the Japanese team have grave problems. Despite the new rules, Schneider finally want's to beat his rival Wakabayashi with his new "illusion shot", thus he injures Wakashimazu and Murisaki (the second and third goal keeper) with brutal face shots until Wakabayashi is finally allowed to play. In the course of the match Hyuga manages to perfect his Tiger Shot and joins the team. With those legendary players united and Hyugas new power they manage to defeat their opponent 4:3 in the last minutes.
User Ratings: 24 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 2 votes (sub:1, dub:1)
 Excellent: 2 votes (dub:1, others:1
1 Spanish dubbed
 Very good: 5 votes (sub:4, dub:1)
 Good: 9 votes (sub:5, dub:1, ?:1, others:2
2 Spanish dubbed
 Decent: 5 votes (sub:2, others:3
1 Spanish dubbed
1 Italian dubbed
1 Spanish subtitled
 So-so: 1 vote (sub:1)
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Seen in part or in whole by 104 users, rank: #5163 (of 9674)
Median rating: Good
Arithmetic mean: 7.333 (Good+), std. dev.: 1.2472, rank: #2435 (of 9803)
Weighted mean: 7.207 (Good+), rank: #2745 (of 9803) (seen all: 7.21)
Bayesian estimate: 7.303 (Good+), rank: #2161 (of 7426)
Running time: 60 minutes
1985 (End of Year)
1985-12-21 (Japan)
Release dates: We have 2
Ending Theme:
"Asu ni Mukatte Shoot" (明日に向ってシュート) by Youko Ogai
Links: We have 1
Trivia: We have 2
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Chief Director: Hiroyoshi Mitsunobu
Script: Yoshiyuki Suga
Original creator: Youichi Takahashi
Character Design: Nobuhiro Okasako
Art Director: Hitoshi Nagao
Animation Director: Nobuhiro Okasako
Sound Director: Hiroshi Yamazaki
Director of Photography: Kazuhiro Sano
Assistant Animation Director: Hideto Kojima
Literature Manager: Shoichi Ogane
Sound Effects:
Masahiro Shōji (Fizz Sound)
Yasufumi Yoda (Fizz Sound)
Special Effects: Mutsuko Shibata
Theme Song Arrangement: Hiromoto Tobisawa
Theme Song Composition: Hiromoto Tobisawa
Theme Song Lyrics: Hiroshi Uchiki
Theme Song Performance: Youko Ogai
Eiko Yamada as Tarou Misaki
Hirotaka Suzuoki as Kojirou Hyuuga
Kōichi Hashimoto as Genzou Wakabayashi
Youko Ogai as Tsubasa Ohzora
Japanese companies
Backgrounds: Atelier 11
Distributor: Toei Company, Ltd.
Film Developing: Toei Chemical Industry
Photography: Studio Cosmos
Sound Effects: Fizz Sound Creation
French cast
French staff
Adrien Antoine as Mark Landers
Antoine Nouel as Olivier Atton
Marie Millet as Kar-Heinz Schneider

Sébastien Desjours as
Philipp Callagan
Thomas Price
Vincent Barazzoni as Bruce Harper

François Pacôme as
Coach Kira
les frères Derrick
Luc Boulad as Ben Becker
Marie Millet as
Pierre Leblanc
Monika Lawinska as Daisy
Sébastien Davies as Julian Ross
Sébastien Desjours as Dany Mellow
French companies
ADR Production: SOFI
Game one
Spanish staff
Spanish companies
Executive producer:
José Luis Puertas (Jonu Media)
Sergio Torres (Towers Entertainment)
Broadcaster: Televisa Canal 5 (Mexico)
DVD Distribution: Towers Entertainment (Mexico)
Licensed by:
Jonu Media (Spain)
Rose Entertainment
Translation: Traducciones Imposibles (Spain dub)
Spanish cast
Italian staff
Italian companies
Italian cast
Christian Fassetta as Julian Ross
Fabrizio Vidale as Oliver Hutton
Giorgio Borghetti as Benjamin Price
Mauro Bosco as Jonathan Gunnel
Silvio Anselmo as Coach Toho

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