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Credited cast:
Joseph Bitangcol ...
 Prince Zardoz (Prince Heinell in the original Japanese) (voice)
Christine Bonnevie ...
 Little John Armstrong, Octo 1, Jaime Robinson, Mrs. Mary Ann Armstrong, and Zandra (Hiyoshi Gou, Takko, Megumi Oka, Prof. Mitsuyo Gou, and Kazarin Rii in the original Japanese) (voice)
Ricci Chan ...
 Zuhl (voice)
Dodo Crisol ...
 Prince Zardoz (Prince Heinell in the original Japanese) (voice)
Joonee Gamboa ...
 Dr. Smith and Dr. Hook (Prof. Hamaguchi and Prof. Sakunji in the original Japanese) (voice)
Tesshô Genda ...
 Daijirou Gou (Big Bert Armstrong in the Philippine English dub) (voice)
Seizô Katô ...
 Prof. Hamaguchi (Dr. Smith in the Philippine English dub) (voice)
Noel Mallonga ...
 Narrator and Big Bert Armstrong (Daijirou Gou in the original Japanese) (voice)
Hiroshi Masuoka ...
 General Oka and Do Zuuru (Commander Robinson and Zuhl in the Philippine Emglish dub) (voice)
Yû Mizushima ...
 Prof. Kentaro Gou / ... (voice)
Tony Nierras ...
 Steve Armstrong and Dr. Ned Armstrong / ... (voice)
Geraldine Oca ...
 Little John Armstrong and Zandra (Hiyoshi Gou and Kazarin Rii in the original Japanese) (voice)
Noriko Ohara ...
 Kazarin Rii and Hiyoshi Gou (Zandra and Little John Armstrong in the Philippine English dub) (voice)
Sandara Park ...
 Jamie Robinson / ... (voice)
Kazuyuki Sogabe ...
 Ippei Mine (Mark Gordon in the Philippine English dub) (voice)


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Release Date:

4 June 1977 (Japan)  »

Also Known As:

Super-Electromagnetic Machine Voltes V  »

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(40 episodes)

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Did You Know?


The toys for this series were featured in Mattel's "Shogun Warriors" toy collection in America. See more »


Referenced in Super Robot Wars R (2002) See more »

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I grew up in the Philippines watching Voltes V
7 April 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I live in the U.S. now but I grew up in the Philippines watching Voltes V dubbed in English (later, I was surprised to know that it was Filipinos who were doing the dubbing, for they spoke perfect English) and still hear in the background the original Japanese dubbing whenever Voltes V fights a foe. For example, whenever he uses one of his weapons, like the top, the team leader would shout "UUUULLLLTTTRRRAAAMMMAAAGGGNNNEEETTTIIICCCCTTTOOOOPPPP!!" or something like "EEEELLLLEEEECCCTTTTRROOOOMMM AAAGGGGNNNEEETTTIIIICCCTTTOOOOPPPPP" while on the background you would here another voice, which is in Japanese, yelling something else. When I get to school the next day me and my classmates would make fun of this and imitate the Japanese voice background... but it was all good you know, its part of your good old days, like everyone else who reminisce about their favorite cartoon shows when they were young, it brings back delight for it was a much simpler times...not like adulthood where you constantly think about the high pressures of life!

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