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Fatal Fury: The Motion Picture (1994)
"Garou Densetsu" (original title)

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The brothers, Andy & Terry Bogard, along with Joe Higashi and Mai Shiranui, try to help Sulia Gaudeamus stop her ambitious brother Laocorn from finding the magical armor of Mars.



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Credited cast:
Terry Bogard (voice)
Peter Wilds ...
Andy Bogard (voice)
Joe Higashi (voice) (as Jason Gray Stanford)
Mai Shiranui (voice) (as Lisa Ann Belay)
Matt Hill ...
Laocorn Gaudeamus / Additional Voices (voice)
Sulia Gaudeamus (voice)
Panni (voice)
Paul Dobson ...
Hauer / Additional Voices (voice)
John Payne ...
Jamin (voice)
French Tickner ...
Jubei Yamada (voice)
Kim Kaphwan (voice)
Robert O. Smith ...
Cheng Sinzan / Additional Voices (voice)
Ward Perry ...
Lawrence Blood / Additional Voices (voice)
Willow Johnson ...
Lily McGuire (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Chafûrin ...
Cheng Sinzan (voice)


Fatal Fury is based on the the hit video game by the same name. The story centres on 3 fighters, US Streetfighters Terry & Andy Boggart and kickboxer Joe Higashi, They are thrown together to fight Laocorns who uses the Armour of Mars to create god like powers for himself. He is hell bent on world domination and killing our 3 heros! Can they they over come all odds and save the world ? Written by Graham Wilson Jr <>

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The first piece made him the strongest fighter on Earth. The final piece will make him a God. See more »


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Unlike the first two Fatal Fury anime features, this movie completely strays away from the video game continuity and introduces a host of completely original supporting characters. See more »


Laocorn: I know that you killed Father, you stupid bastard!
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Follows Fatal Fury: Legend of the Hungry Wolf (1992) See more »


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Best Fatal Fury Movie so far
10 June 2000 | by (CA, USA) – See all my reviews

This one is the best of the three so far (Fatal fury 1 & 2). The story is more touching and the character interactions are good. As for the plot, Terry has to face a new battle and this time, the enemy is not human! There is also new love for Terry, a girl who seek help from him. Another high about the movie, Mai, the cute ninja girl plays a more important role here. It was good to see her around.

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