MD Geist (OAV)

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Alternative title:
M.D. Geist 
Most Dangerous GEIST 
Relámpago: El guerrero (Spanish) 
Sokihei M.D. Geist (Japanese) 
Опаснейший Гейст (Russian) 
装鬼兵MDガイスト (Japanese) 
공귀병 M.D 가이스트 (Korean) 
Genres: action , science fiction 
Themes: mecha , military , post-apocalyptic 
Objectionable content: Intense 
Copyright notice:
Director's Cut ©1996 Central Park Media Corporation/Koichi Ohata/Riku Sanjo/Nippon Columbia Co., Ltd./Columbia Music Publishing Co., Ltd. 
Original version ©1986 Nippon Columbia Co. 
Plot Summary: In the distant future, mankind has colonized other planets in the universe. While many planets lived in peace, the planet Jerra has been ravaged by decades of war. Geist is an M.D.S. (Most Dangerous Soldier), an enhanced human with unsurpassed combat capabilities and an insatiable lust for battle. Because of his uncontrollable nature, Geist is cryogenically frozen and locked in a satellite. Several years later, the satellite crashes and Geist wakes up from his sleep to engage in another war. This time, to help the army stop the planet's central computer from activating a doomsday device that will lead to total annihilation of all life on Jerra. 
User Ratings: 448 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 10 votes (dub:6, sub:4)
 Excellent: 11 votes (dub:5, sub:5, raw:1)
 Very good: 12 votes (dub:6, sub:5, edit.dub:1)
 Good: 37 votes (dub:21, sub:16)
 Decent: 64 votes (dub:33, sub:31)
 So-so: 26 votes (dub:13, sub:12, ?:1)
 Not really good: 43 votes (dub:23, sub:18, ?:1, edit.dub:1)
 Weak: 33 votes (dub:18, sub:12, ?:1, others:2
1 Portuguese subtitled
1 German subtitled
 Bad: 57 votes (dub:39, sub:17, others:1
1 German subtitled
 Awful: 65 votes (dub:36, sub:24, edit.dub:1, others:4
1 Portuguese dubbed
1 German subtitled
1 German dubbed
1 Spanish dubbed
 Worst ever: 90 votes (dub:55, sub:26, edit.dub:2, others:7
5 German subtitled
1 Portuguese subtitled
1 Polish subtitled
Seen in part or in whole by 769 users, rank: #1384 (of 6577)
Median rating: Weak
Arithmetic mean: 3.388 (Weak+), std. dev.: 2.8191, rank: #6476 (of 6580)
Weighted mean: 3.340 (Weak+), rank: #6490 (of 6580) (seen all: 3.36 / seen some: 3.16 / won't finish: 1.78)
Bayesian estimate: 3.449 (Weak+), rank: #5018 (of 5026)
Running time: 47 minutes 
1996 (Director's Cut) 
Opening Theme:
"Hijoh no Soldier (非情のソルジャー, Soldier of No Mercy)" by Hironobu Kageyama 
Ending Theme:
"Honoo no Violence (炎のバイオレンス, Violence of the Flame)" by Hironobu Kageyama 
Trivia: We have 5
Funded and co-produced by Central Park Media, M.D. Geist: Director's Cut includes over five minutes of footage added to the original 1986 release, including new introduction and ending sequences that lead the way to M.D. Geist II: Death Force.
M.D. Geist himself was the corporate mascot (a.k.a. "spokesmecha") of U.S. Manga Corps from 1990 to Central Park Media's demise in 2009. 
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DVD (Region 1)
    MD Geist (DVD) 2009-07-28 (from $168.37)
    MD Geist I/II [Collector's Series] (DVD) 2002-09-10
    Mecha Masters: Explosive Anime Classics DVD Set (DVD) 2002-09-10 (from $175.66)
    MD Geist Original Soundtrack (OST) 2004-12-07

Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Kazuhiro Nakata as M.D. Geist (Director's Cut) 
Noriaki Wakamoto as M.D. Geist (1986 version) 

Akio Nojima as Kurtz  (1986 version) 
Fumi Hirano as Vaiya  (1986 version) 
Rica Matsumoto as Vaiya (Director's cut) 
Unshou Ishizuka as Kurtz (Director's Cut) 

Banjou Ginga as Gista (1986 version) 
Hideyuki Hori as Hans  (1986 version) 
Hirotaka Suzuoki as Mash (1986 version) 
Hisao Egawa as Golem (Director's Cut) 
Isshin Chiba as Sakamoto (Director's Cut) 
Keiji Fujiwara as Hans (Director's Cut) 
Naoki Tatsuta as Sakamoto (1986 version) 
Takashi Nagasako as Gista (Director's Cut) 
Takeshi Watabe as Golem (1986 version) 
Tomokazu Seki as Mash (Director's Cut) 
Yasunori Masutani as Beast (Director's Cut) 
Yusaku Yara as Beast (1986 version) 

Hideki Fukushi (1986 version) 
Kazumi Tanaka (1986 version) 
Kouji Totani (1986 version) 
Kunihiko Yasui (Director's Cut) 
Makoto Higo (Director's Cut) 
Michitaka Kobayashi (1986 version) 
Seiko Nakano (1986 version) 
Susumu Kotaki (1986 version) 
Toshihiko Nakajima (Director's Cut) 
Japanese companies
Animation Assistance:
Studio Giants 
Studio Live 
Denon (Director's Cut) 
Nippon Columbia 
Music Production: Columbia Music Entertainment 
Studio Cosmos (Director's Cut) 
Tokyo Animation Film 
Wako Productions 
Central Park Media (Director's Cut) 
Zero-G (Director's Cut) 
Titles: Maki Production 
English cast
English staff
Director: Kip Kaplan 
Neil Nadelman 
Pamela Ferdie (Subtitle) 
William Flanagan (Subtitle) 
Executive producer:
Joey Goubeaud (ADV re-release) 
John Ledford (ADV re-release) 
John O'Donnell 
Adaptation: Jay Parks (Subtitle) 
Dubbing Manager: Peter Bavaro 
Dubbing Supervision: Anthony Salerno 
DVD Authoring: Neal Barnes (ADV re-release) 
Engineering Assistant: Paul LaPlaca 
Media Coordinator: Janice Williams (ADV re-release) 
Mixing: Andy Ebberbach 
Packaging Design: Larry Koteff (ADV re-release) 
Production Assistant: Mari Ana Rivera 
Production Coordination: Edward S. Whang 
Production manager: Joey Goubeaud (ADV re-release) 
Video Editing: Danny Cornyetz 
Jason Beck as M.D. Geist 

Dave Couch as Colonel Kurtz 
Joan Baker as Vaiya 

Kip Kaplan as Marsh 

English companies
Audio Post Production: Audioworks Producers Group 
Sci-Fi Channel (Ani-Monday) 
Too Much For TV 
Digital Download: Direct2Drive 
Kiseki Films (UK) 
U.S. Manga Corps 
DVD Production: Amusement Park Media (ADV Re-release) 
Internet Streaming:
Manga Entertainment 
Licensed by:
ADV Films 
Central Park Media 
Recording Studio: Kampo Studios 
Soundtrack: Central Park Media 
Spanish staff
Spanish cast
Dubbing Director: Roberto Colucci 
Carlos Carrillo as MD Geist 
Juan Zadala as M.D. Geist 

Ana Grinta as Iyena (Vaiya) 
Gonzalo Suárez as Coronel Kurtz 
Spanish companies
German staff
German companies
OVA Films 
Dubbing: Aaron Synchros (DVD release only) 
German cast
Portuguese staff
Portuguese companies
Dubbing Director: Gilberto Baroli 
Broadcaster: Rede Manchete (U.S. Mangá) 
Dubbing Studio: Gota Mágica 
Portuguese cast

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