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Kidô senshi Gandamu: Gyakushû no Shâ (1988)

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Amuro Ray and Char Aznable settle their rivalry once and for all during the Second Neo Zeon War.

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Credited cast:
Tôru Furuya ...
Shûichi Ikeda ...
Hirotaka Suzuoki ...
Maria Kawamura ...
Quess Paraya
Nozomu Sasaki ...
Hathaway Noah
Kôichi Yamadera ...
Gyunei Guss
Mitsuki Yayoi ...
Chan Agi
Yoshiko Sakakibara ...
Nanai Miguel
Fuyumi Shiraishi ...
Shingo Hiromori ...
Astonage Medos
Shinobu Adachi ...
Kayra Suu (voice)
Kazue Ikura ...
Rezun Schneider
Keiko Han ...
Lala Sun
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Amuro and Char, two best mobile suit (robotic weapons) pilots who fought together against Titans after the Jion's independency war, must face each other in a fateful duel where the Neo-Jion, led by Char, attempts to drop a gigantic meteor and its nuclear weapons to Earth in order to cause Nuclear Winter to wipe out the Earth inhabitants. Written by Tzung-I Lin <tzung@hugo.att.com>

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Witness the greatest rivalry in Gundam history.


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12 March 1988 (Japan)  »

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Mobile Suit Gundam: Char's Counterattack  »

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The bright, multicolored Hi-zack Mobile Suit that makes its appearance inside the colony is called a 'Hobby Hi-Zack' This is a civilian use version of the rms-106 hi-zack used by the earth federation and titans during the zz gundam series the neo zeon faction also operated ones acquired during there alliance with the titans and after capturing eff bases. the one seen in cca was sold after being stripped of combat equipment and programming and sold to the public. essentially it was a surplus sale unit that hobbyists can modify and operate. See more »

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Char Aznable: Lalah Sune was a young woman who may very well have become a mother to me, you took her away her life, so don't you dare judge me!
Amuro Ray: Lalah... Lalah?
[psychoframe overloads]
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Referenced in Pokémon: Mewtwo Returns (1998) See more »

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Beyond the Time (Mebiusu no Sora wo Koete)
(Beyond the Time --Beyond the Möbius Universe--)
Performed by TM NETWORK
Music and arrangement by Tetsuya Komuro
Lyrics by Mitsuko Komuro
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End of Rivalry
1 June 2003 | by (longBeach,ca.) – See all my reviews

The movie adaptation of "Char's Counterattack: Beltorchika's Children", follows the novel almost to the letter. There are only a few minor differences in both versions created by Yoshiyuki Tomino. 1-Amuro Ray is engaged to Beltorchika Irma (Chien Agi in the movie) who also appears in Z Gundam. 2-Some names differ from the movie: Gyunei Guss (Glab Gas in novel), Nanai Miguel (Mesuta Mesua in novel). 3-The origin of the psycoframe is different in the novel as from the movie. The rest of the movie is pretty much exactly like the novel. In the novel Amuro's girlfriend Beltorchika is expecting a baby and the baby plays an important part in the story. In the movie it's the psycoframe Chien Agi uses that is an important part of the story. There are more things explained clearly in the book and are missed in the movie.


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