Captain Tsubasa: Sekai Daikessen!! Jr. World Cup (movie 4)

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Alternative title:
Captain Tsubasa Film 03: Der große Wettkampf der Welt! Die Junioren Weltmeisters (German)
Captain Tsubasa Movie 03: The great world competition! The Junior World Cup
Captain Tsubasa Película 03: Gran batalla en el mundo! Campeonato Mundial Junior (Spanish)
Holly e Benji: La grande sfida mondiale: Jr World Cup! (Italian)
Los Supercampeones: El Campeonato Mundial Juvenil
Olive et Tom - Film 4: La Coupe du monde - la Coupe du monde junior (French)
Oliver y Benji: La Copa del Mundo (Spanish)
キャプテン翼 世界大決戦!!Jr.ワールドカップ (Japanese)
Themes: soccer
Plot Summary: In the third movie, the classical Japan-Europe match becomes intercontinental. This time they arrange a world cup with 4 teams: Japan, USA, "All Europe", and "All South America". In the first match, Japan easily defeats the USA 3:0 and in the second match Europe loses 2:3 against South America. In the final round S.A. shows their "soccer cyborg" Carlos Santana, a more than supreme player who seems to be undefeatable. All their classical tricks like Hyugas "Tiger Shot" or Tsubasas "Top Spin" seem to be totally worthless, but in a hard and spectacular match the Japanese learn more and more to play in unison and finally they get the win.
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Seen in part or in whole by 81 users, rank: #4734 (of 7983)
Median rating: Good
Arithmetic mean: 7.471 (Good+), std. dev.: 1.377, rank: #1650 (of 8058)
Weighted mean: 7.241 (Good+), rank: #2148 (of 8058) (seen all: 7.24)
Bayesian estimate: 7.350 (Good+), rank: #1606 (of 6114)
Running time: 57 minutes
1986 (Summer)
1986-07-12 (Japan)
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Tatsuya Okamoto
Screenplay: Yoshiyuki Suga
Original creator: Youichi Takahashi
Art Director: Hitoshi Nagao
Animation Director: Nobuhiro Okasako
Sound Director: Hiroshi Yamazaki
Director of Photography: Toshio Ito
Hyota Ezu (TV TOKYO)
Masao Kodaira (Tsuchida Production)

Color design: Rika Fujita
Literature Manager: Shoichi Ogane
Chika Sakamoto as Sanae Nakazawa
Eiko Yamada as Tarou Misaki
Hirotaka Suzuoki as Kojirou Hyuuga
Hisao Ohyama as Mitsuru Sano
Kazuhiko Inoue as Carlos Santana
Keiichi Nanba as Schenider
Kōichi Hashimoto as Genzou Wakabayashi
Nobuo Tobita as Ken Wakashimazu
Youko Ogai as Tsubasa Ohzora
Japanese companies
Distributor: Toei Company, Ltd.
Film Developing: Toei Chemical Industry
In-Between Animation:
Neo Media
Tatsunoko Production
Paint: Studio Step
Sound Effects: Fizz Sound Creation
Titles: Maki Production
French staff
French cast
Adrien Antoine as Mark Landers
Antoine Nouel as Olivier Atton
Luc Boulad as Ben Becker
Sébastien Desjours as Thomas Price
Vincent Barazzoni as Bruce Harper
French companies
Game one
Spanish staff
Spanish companies
Executive producer:
José Luis Puertas (Jonu Media)
Sergio Torres (Towers Entertainment)
Cinema Golden Choice (Mexico)
Televisa Canal 5 (Mexico)
DVD Distribution: Towers Entertainment (Mexico)
Licensed by: Jonu Media (Spain)
Translation: TRADUCCIONES IMPOSIBLES (Spain dub)
Spanish cast
Yamil Atala as Carlos Santana

Jorge Roig Jr. as Tsubasa Ohzora/Oliver (teenager)
Italian companies
Italian staff
Distributor: Yamato Video
Internet Streaming:
Mediaset Infinity
PopCorn TV
YouTube (Yamato Animation)
Italian cast
Fabrizio Vidale as Oliver Hutton
Giorgio Borghetti as Benjamin Price
Roberto Del Giudice as Roberto Sedinho
Rori Manfredi as Ed Warner

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