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M.D. Geist: Director's Cut (1986)

M.D. Geist (original title)
Not Rated | | Animation, Action, Sci-Fi | Video 1996
In the distant future, mankind has colonized other planets in the universe. While many planets lived in peace, the planet Jerra has been ravaged by decades of war. Geist is an M.D.S. (Most ... See full summary »
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Cast

Credited cast:
Jason Beck ...
M.D. Geist (voice)
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Vaiya (voice)
Dave Couch ...
Colonel Krutes (voice)
Kip Kaplan ...
Marsh (voice)
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Additional Voices (voice)
Gordon Miller ...
Additional Voices (voice)
Michael Pascuzzi ...
Additional Voices (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Hideko Akashi ...
Additional Voices (voice)
Isshin Chiba ...
Sakamoto (Director's Cut) (voice)
Hisao Egawa ...
Golem (Director's Cut) (voice)
Keiji Fujiwara ...
Hans (Director's Cut) (voice)
Banjô Ginga ...
Gista (voice)
Michael Goldwasser ...
Additional Voices (voice)
Makoto Higo ...
Additional Voices (Director's Cut) (voice)
Fumi Hirano ...
Vaiya (Director's Cut) (voice)
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In the distant future, mankind has colonized other planets in the universe. While many planets lived in peace, the planet Jerra has been ravaged by decades of war. Geist is an M.D.S. (Most Dangerous Soldier), an enhanced human with unsurpassed combat capabilities and an insatiable lust for battle. Because of his uncontrollable nature, Geist is cryogenically frozen and locked in a satellite. Several years later, the satellite crashes and Geist wakes up from his sleep to engage in another war. This time, to help the army stop the planet's central computer from activating a doomsday device that will lead to total annihilation of all life on Jerra.

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A planet devastated by war. A man on the edge of sanity.


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Funded and co-produced by Central Park Media, M.D. Geist: Director's Cut includes over five minutes of footage added to the original 1986 release, including new introduction and ending sequences that lead the way to "M.D. Geist II: Death Force". See more »

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Referenced in Fallout: A Post-Nuclear Role-Playing Game (1997) See more »

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Honoo no Violence (Violence of the Flame)
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22 April 2003 | by (Colorado Springs, Colorado) – See all my reviews

This was the first actual anime I saw, I watched it at a friends house when I was nine. So naturally I was very confused and shocked at what I had seen. I had almost forgotten thins movie until I saw It at a different friend's house a while ago. Watching the second time, and not at 1:00 am helped a lot! Like most anime, you have to pay attention when watching. I don't see why people say this anime is sucky, I admit, it's not the Best of anime, but it's not trash. Hey, if it made a sequal it can't be that bad, huh? anyway, I think it's an okay movie and good for any movie marathon night. I recommend this film to most people that enjoy action flicks.


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