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Writers:
Alan Smithee (really Masato Harada) (US version)
Jim Bannon (writer)
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Release Date:
27 August 1996 (USA) See more »
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Tagline:
2038. Computer domination is a reality - Gunhed - man's last defence in the great robot war
Plot:
Brooklyn's smuggling companions are slaughtered, sometimes violently, one by one as they wantonly defy the security systems of the Kyron-5... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Enjoy it for what it is! See more (11 total) »

Cast

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Masahiro Takashima ... Brooklyn

Brenda Bakke ... Texas Air Ranger Sgt. Nim
James Brewster Thompson ... Barabbas
Aya Enjôji ... Babe
Kaori Mizushima ... Eleven
Yôsuke Saitô
Doll Nguyen ... Boomerang
Jay Kabira ... Bombbay
Randy Reyes ... Gunhed (voice)
Mickey Curtis ... Bansho
Michael Yancy ... Narrator
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Eugene Harada ... Steven
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Directed by
Masato Harada 
Alan Smithee (really Masato Harada) (US version)
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Jim Bannon  writer
Masato Harada  writer
Alan Smithee  really Masato Harada (US version)

Produced by
Yoshishige Shimatani .... producer
Tomoyuki Tanaka .... executive producer
Tetsuhisa Yamada .... producer
Eiji Yamaura .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Toshiyuki Honda 
 
Cinematography by
Junichi Fujisawa 
 
Film Editing by
Yoshitami Kuroiwa 
 
Art Direction by
Fumio Ogawa 
 
Set Decoration by
Kazo Suzuki 
 
Costume Design by
Tokito Yoshida 
 
Makeup Department
Midori Konuma .... makeup artist
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Hideyuki Inoue .... first assistant director
Hiroshi Kubo .... second assistant director
 
Art Department
Yoshiki Kasahara .... set dresser
Akio Tashiro .... property master
Shiushin Tonshiyo .... assistant art director
 
Sound Department
Teiichi Saitô .... sound recordist
 
Special Effects by
Heizo Kamoshida .... special effects set dresser
Yachiyo Kato .... special effects script girl
Kôichi Kawakita .... director of special effects
Kiyotaka Matsumoto .... assistant director of special effects
Osamu Nakamura .... special effects production assistant
Yasuo Nomora .... special effects set decorator
Kazusuke Takasu .... special effects
Yuji Terai .... assistant art director of special effects
Noboru Watanabe .... special effects
Noyuki Yoshimara .... special effects art designer
Yutaka Zeshi .... special effects unit production manager
Tetsuzô Ôsawa .... special effects art designer
 
Visual Effects by
Keita Amemiya .... effects animator
Kenichi Eguchi .... special effects camera operator
Mitsuharu Haihara .... motion control
Masaaki Hiraoka .... optical effects
Sadanori Iraba .... motion control
Mitsuaki Ishida .... effects animator
Yuji Kaida .... matte painting artist
Shuji Kakuma .... matte painting artist
Moriaki Kaminatsu .... modelling
Yukio Kaneko .... matte painting artist
Kazumi Kawagoshi .... special effects lighting assistant
Tsudo Kobo .... special visual effects
Nobuaki Koga .... matte painting artist
Hiroshi Matsashima .... matte painting artist
Masashi Nakamura .... optical effects
Masaharu Ogawa .... modelling
Fujio Ookawa .... special effects camera assistant
Takeo Ootsuka .... computer graphics
Kaoru Saitô .... special effects lighting technician
Masaharu Sekiguchi .... optical effects
Tsuneo Tanaami .... special effects lighting equipment
Yutaka Tsuchiya .... computer graphics
 
Stunts
Yasuyoshi Katori .... assistant special effects stuntman
Koji Matsumoto .... special effects stunt man
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Hideo Inagaki .... electrician
Yoshinori Iwatsuki .... still photographer
Takeshi Kurikawa .... lighting technician
Takashi Nakao .... still photographer
Toshimitsu Ooneda .... special photography
Riyuji Wakiya .... camera operator
Tatsuo Watanabe .... lighting assistant
 
Animation Department
Tatsuya Masuzawa .... animation supervisor
Teruo Tsuda .... animation supervisor
 
Casting Department
Tadao Tanaka .... casting coordinator
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Keisuke Chiyoda .... wardrobe supervisor
 
Editorial Department
Chie Aoki .... negative cutter
Miho Itoga .... assistant editor
Masaharu Oomi .... color timer
Sae Tojima .... assistant editor
 
Music Department
Kyoto Isho .... music publishing
Masao Iwase .... executive music producer
Hiroshi Kajiwara .... music producer
Tatsuo Oobu .... music producer
Yurika Shimada .... music publishing
Takayuki Hijikata .... musician (Guitars) (uncredited)
Toshiyuki Honda .... music arranger (uncredited)
Toshiyuki Honda .... music producer (uncredited)
Keiji Toriyama .... score synth programmer (uncredited)
 
Other crew
Matsuo Aizawa .... video effects
Kôhei Fukuhara .... laser cinema
Yoshiko Hamada .... script supervisor
Kon Ichibashi .... production assistant
Nobubo Ishida .... video effects
Yasushi Iwata .... assistant technical effects
Hiromichi Izumi .... arms advisor
Shizuo Kurahashi .... effects technician
Mitsuo Miyagawa .... special machine
Kazuo Miyauchi .... recording assistant
Yasuo Nishi .... production assistant
Sho Ogawa .... production assistant
Tadaaki Oode .... equipment caretaker
Kazuhiko Seda .... production assistant
Hisayoshi Takueda .... arms instructor
Tadaaki Watanabe .... technical effects
Hiroshi Yonoguchi .... production coordinator
 
Crew believed to be complete


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Runtime:
Germany:92 min | Japan:100 min | UK:97 min
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Trivia:
Gunhed's cockpit features a cash register keyboard. Legible keys include "SUB TOTAL" and "CHANGE." "NO SALE" is visible on the panel.See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: In the opening of the bandit crew flying in the Mary Ann toward the island 8JO, Bebe announces the name of the island they're flying to; in this shot, the camera pans over to Brooklyn who has the lip of his turtleneck below his chin. In the next shot, a close-up of Brooklyn's face, he's pulling the lip of his turtleneck down from over his mouth to his chin.See more »
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Soundtrack:
Theme Song for GUNHEDSee more »

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9 out of 10 people found the following review useful.
Enjoy it for what it is!, 7 July 1999
Author: atc from Paso Robles, California

Gunhed is by no means an Oscar contender, but if you are a fan of Japanese Fantasy Films, or even a sci-fi fan, I see no reason why you wouldn't enjoy it. Though the plot may be a bit convoluted at times, I find that after multiple watchings (at least twice) a lot more makes sense. What you can't make out of the plot, ignore it and watch the action sequences! A lot goes on with this movie, and it's some of the better "giant robot/machine" technology I have ever seen. I would like to address a few complaints I've heard/read regarding the film:

1. "It makes no sense!"- Remember, this is one of those sci-fi, neo-future, cyberpunk, check your brain at the door films. They can write their own history of technology.

2. "It wasn't anime!"- No, though the film was released through ADVFilms, which mostly produce Japanese Animation, they have obtained the rights to distribute some live-action Japanese films. If you didn't like Gunhed because it wasn't anime, or you only want to see anime, then you may also want to stay away from ADV's copies of Destroy All Monsters, and the Daimajin Trilogy.

3. "They should have used CGI!"- Keep in mind, this movie was made in 1989. Even the Americans weren't using much CGI back then!

Like I said, enjoy this movie for what it is!

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