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Rumic World: Fire Tripper (1986)

Rumik World: Faiyâ torippâ (original title)
A girl in feudal Japan jumps to modern times and then back when she is older with her younger brother who is seperated from her in the timestream.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Sumi Shimamoto ...
Suzuko (voice)
Yû Mizushima ...
Shukumaru (voice)
Mayumi Tanaka ...
Shu (voice)
Tesshô Genda ...
Akauma (voice)
Kôji Yada ...
Elder (voice)
Natsuo Tokuhiro ...
Dad (voice)
Akiko Tsuboi ...
Mom (voice)
Jôji Nakata ...
Bandit (voice) (as Jouji Nakata)
Masaharu Satô ...
Bandit (voice)
Masashi Sugawara ...
Guard (voice)
Shigeru Chiba ...
Sutekichi (voice)
Shigezô Sasaoka ...
Villager (voice)
Takkô Ishimori ...
Salaryman (voice)
Tarako ...
Child (voice)
Tomohiro Nishimura ...
Gon (voice)
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Storyline

Fire-Tripper is a story by Rumiko Takahashi about a girl who is caught in an explosion, but instead of dying she finds herself reliving ancient history. Written by David McGuire <bdm55707@jetson.uh.edu>

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1996 (USA)  »

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Trivia

In the pre-titles prologue, just before little Suzu vanishes, Suzuko can briefly be seen in the doorway behind Shukumaru. It's the shot immediately after the burning beam begins to fall. Suzuko is only visible for a split second before a flame rises to obscure her. Part of her hair can still be seen behind Shukumaru as he reacts in shock to Suzu's disappearance. See more »

Connections

Followed by Rumik World: Za chojo (1986) See more »

Soundtracks

Paradox
Written by Kaoru Akimoto
Lyrics by Kaoru Akimoto
Performed by Kaoru Akimoto
Arranged by Satoshi Takebe
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Good, some interesting parallels to Inuyasha
23 March 2003 | by See all my reviews

I had seen this and read the manga, and then years later saw some curious parallels with one of her other manga, Inuyasha. Both dealt with a modern girl transported to the distant past, and falling for someone in that past timeline. A good show, though.


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