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 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)
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 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)
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 Jamie Robinson / ... (voice)
Kazuyuki Sogabe ...
 Ippei Mine (Mark Gordon in the Philippine English dub) (voice)
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The toys for this series were featured in Mattel's "Shogun Warriors" toy collection in America. See more »

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The BEST Japanese Anime (and I rarely lie)
24 September 2004 | by (indonesia) – See all my reviews

They say first love never dies, and it's certainly true for my love for Voltes V. I first watched the series in the mid 80's, the first Japanese anime I've ever seen. I'm still an anime lover, but truly nothing compares to Voltes V. I don't exactly know why, maybe it's the storyline (which gives a surprising secret at the end), maybe it's the characters (one of them is my first crush, the villain was voted the most-loved villain in all anime), or maybe simply because it doesn't use sex as a selling tool like so many anime nowadays.

When the story ends, I felt the first disappointment in my whole life. I've moved to many other movies, but still I came back for it, searched for years before finding a complete set of vcds, and surprised myself because I vividly remembered most episodes. That's how much I love it.


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