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Writers:
Marc Handler (writer: English version)
Keiko Nobumoto (screenplay)
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Release Date:
16 May 2003 (USA) See more »
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Plot:
A terrorist explosion releases a deadly virus on the masses, and it's up the bounty-hunting Bebop crew to catch the cold-blooded culprit. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)
Kôichi Yamadera ... Spike Spiegel (voice)
Unshô Ishizuka ... Jet Black (voice)
Megumi Hayashibara ... Faye Valentine (voice)
Aoi Tada ... Edward Wong (voice)
Yûsaku Yara ... Hoffman (voice)
Kazuhiko Inoue ... Shadkins (voice)
Jûrôta Kosugi ... Harris (voice)
Kinryû Arimoto ... Captain (voice)
Hidekatsu Shibata ... Colonel (voice)
Yûji Ueda ... Lee (voice)
Nobuo Tobita ... Murata (voice)
Rikiya Koyama ... Steve (voice)
Ai Kobayashi ... Elektra Ovirowa (voice)
Jin Hirao ... Antonio (voice)
Toshihiko Nakajima ... Carlos (voice)
Hiroshi Naka ... Jovim (voice)
Tsutomu Tareki ... Punch (voice)
Miki Nagasawa ... Judy (voice)
Renji Ishibashi ... Rengle (voice)
Yôsuke Akimoto ... Crime Lab Group A (voice)
Kazuya Ichijô ... Crime Lab Group B (voice)
Eisuke Yoda ... Antique Store Owner (voice)
Takashi Nagasako ... Caster (voice)
Mickey Curtis ... Rashid (voice) (as Mikkî Kâchisu)
Takehiro Koyama ... Laughing Bull (voice)
Yutaka Nakano ... Pop (voice)
Houko Kuwashima ... Female Cashier (voice)
Masuo Amada ... Robber A (voice)
Junichi Sugawara ... Robber B (voice)
Isshin Chiba ... Robber C (voice)
Katsuyuki Konishi ... Robber D (voice)
Kujira ... Lady (voice)
Kazusa Murai ... Riley - Journalist (voice)
Tsutomu Isobe ... Vincent Volaju (voice)

Steve Blum ... Spike Spiegel (voice: English version) (as Steven Jay Blum)

Beau Billingslea ... Jet Black (voice: English version)
Wendee Lee ... Faye Valentine (voice: English version)
Melissa Fahn ... Edward Wong (voice: English version)

Daran Norris ... Vincent Volaju (voice: English version)

Jennifer Hale ... Electra Ovirowa (voice: English version)

Nicholas Guest ... Rachid (voice: English version)
Dave Wittenberg ... Lee Sampson (voice: English version)
Tom Wyner ... Rengle (voice: English version)

J. Grant Albrecht ... Hoffman (voice: English version) (as Grant J. Albrecht)
Jerry Gelb ... Shadkins (voice: English version)

Michael Reisz ... Murata (voice: English version)
Mike Reynolds ... Colonel (voice: English version) (as Mike L. Reynolds)
Mirron E. Willis ... Harris (voice: English version)
Kirk Thornton ... Steve (voice: English version)

Michael Gregory ... Laughing Bull (voice: English version)

John Snyder ... Bob (voice: English version)
Paul St. Peter ... Punch / Newscaster (voice: English version)
Lia Sargent ... Judy (voice: English version)

Mary Elizabeth McGlynn ... Riley (voice: English version) (as Mary E. McGlynn)
Doug Stone ... Analyzer A (voice: English version)
Murphy Dunne ... Captain (voice: English version)

Michael Forest ... Ticket (voice: English version)
Michelle Ruff ... Cashier (voice: English version)

William Knight ... Van Damm (voice: English version)
Steve Kramer ... Carlos (voice: English version)

Crispin Freeman ... Operator (voice: English version)

Kirk Baily ... Robber D (voice: English version)
Jamieson Price ... Analyzer B / Spy A (voice: English version)

Barbara Goodson ... Old Woman (voice: English version)

Ron Roggé ... Soldier / Weather 2 (voice: English version) (as Ron Rogge)
Bob Papenbrook ... Antique Dealer (voice: English version)
Peter Spellos ... Duvchenko / Queen (voice: English version)
Michael Lindsay ... Taxi Driver (voice: English version)

Fred Toma ... Moroccan Villager A (voice: English version)

Said Faraj ... Moroccan Villager B (voice: English version)

Michael Desante ... Moroccan Villager C (voice: English version)

Ewan Chung ... ISSP Capa Squad (voice: English version)
Dorothy Elias-Fahn ... (voice: English version)

Lex Lang ... Spy B / ISSP Zeta Squad (voice: English version)

Peter Lurie ... Spy C / ISSP Delta Squad (voice: English version)
Jad Mager ... Spy A (voice: English version)

Joe Ochman ... Climate Control Worker (voice: English version)

Brianne Brozey ... Additional Voices (voice: English version) (as Brianne Siddall)
Carol Stanzione ... Additional Voices (voice: English version)
Lynsey McLeod ... Additional Voices (voice: English version)
Leslie Hicks ... Additional Voices (voice: English version)
Peggy O'Neal ... Additional Voices (voice: English version)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Frank Catalano ... Additional Voices (voice: English version) (uncredited)
Kevin Seymour ... Antonio / Jobim (voice: English version) (uncredited)

Directed by
Shinichirô Watanabe 
Tensai Okamura (director: Western segment)
Yoshiyuki Takei (co-director)
Hiroyuki Okiura (opening scene) (uncredited)
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Marc Handler  writer: English version
Keiko Nobumoto  screenplay
Hajime Yatate  based on the story by

Produced by
Haruyo Kanesaku .... producer
Yutaka Maseba .... producer
Masahiko Minami .... producer
Minoru Takanashi .... producer
Ryôhei Tsunoda .... executive producer
Masuo Ueda .... producer
Takayuki Yoshii .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Yôko Kanno 
 
Cinematography by
Yôichi Ôgami (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Shûichi Kakesu 
 
Production Design by
Shiho Takeuchi 
 
Art Direction by
Atsushi Morikawa 
 
Art Department
Masami Goto .... storyboard artist
Naoko Horikawa .... color setting
Yasuhiro Irie .... storyboard support
Yutaka Izubuchi .... storyboard artist
Yoshiko Kishi .... color setting
Takako Matsumoto .... color setting
Yoshie Murakami .... color setting
Akemi Nagao .... color setting
Yutaka Nakamura .... storyboard artist
Shihoko Nakayama .... color designer
Shihoko Nakayama .... color setting
Shinichirô Watanabe .... storyboard artist
Takahiro Ômori .... storyboard support
 
Sound Department
Les Claypool III .... sound supervisor
Katsuyoshi Kobayashi .... sound director
Samuel Libraty .... additional adr recordist
Michael Miller .... adr mixer
 
Special Effects by
Toshio Hasegawa .... special effects: Marix
Yutaka Hoshiba .... special effects: Marix
Toyohiko Sakakibara .... special effects: Marix
Sachi Suzuki .... special effects: Marix
Kumiko Taniguchi .... special effects: Marix
 
Visual Effects by
Toshio Hasegawa .... visual effects
Yutaka Hoshiba .... visual effects
Kazuhiro Kinoshita .... digital animation supervisor
 
Animation Department
Chieko Abe .... inbetween animator: Studio Add
Takao Abo .... key animator
Mariko Aikawa .... inbetween animator: Studio Cockpit
Masahiro Andô .... key animator
Keiko Anno .... assistant animation checker
Keiko Anno .... inbetween animator
Takashi Aoi .... background artist: green
Koichi Arai .... key animator
Tatsuo Arai .... inbetween animator: Studio Gush
Kazuhisa Asai .... background artist
Ha Gwon Bong .... background artist: Team's Art
Takeaki Bunno .... key animator
Hisashi Eguchi .... key animator
Masahiro Emoto .... key animator
Hanako Enomoto .... inbetween animator: Gainax
Takaaki Fukuyo .... key animator
Masami Goto .... animation director
Masami Goto .... key animator
Miyuki Harada .... inbetween animator: Bee Train
Atsushi Hasebe .... key animator
Yuka Hasegawa .... inbetween animator: Radix
Katsuhiro Hashi .... background artist
Jun'ichi Hashimoto .... inbetween animator
Asuka Hata .... inbetween animator
Sachiyo Hiraide .... inbetween animator
Kobe Hiroyuki .... key animator
Yoshinori Hishinuma .... background artist: green
Takumi Honma .... background artist
Yumi Hunamoto .... inbetween animator: Studio Cockpit
Genji Ikeda .... inbetween animator: Studio Add
Isamu Imakake .... key animator
Toshie Inomata .... inbetween animator: Last House
Kentaro Inoue .... inbetween animator: Studio Wombat
Kiyomi Ishiwata .... inbetween animator: Studio Live
Yasuhisa Isobe .... background artist
Yukimi Isozaki .... inbetween animator: Studio Wombat
Sagako Itakura .... background artist
Ichirô Itano .... key animator
Sachiko Ito .... inbetween animator
Ryota Itoh .... key animator
Takeshi Itô .... assistant animation director
Takeshi Itô .... key animator
Yoshiyuki Itô .... assistant animation director
Yoshiyuki Itô .... key animator
Kiyohiro Iwasaki .... background artist
Michiko Kagawa .... inbetween animator: Studio Cockpit
Noriko Kai .... inbetween animator: Studio Cockpit
Tomie Kamiyama .... inbetween animator
Nao Kamoshida .... inbetween animator: Studio Wombat
Hiroyuki Kanbe .... key animator
Hiroko Kanehara .... inbetween animator: Studio Deen
Takanobu Kanno .... background artist
Ai Kato .... inbetween animator: Studio Add
Kumiko Katou .... inbetween animator: Bee Train
Hitoshi Katsura .... inbetween animator: Anime World Osaka
Eizô Kawada .... inbetween animator: Takuranke
Takashi Kawaguchi .... key animator
Toshihiro Kawamoto .... animation director
Toshiyuki Kawano .... key animator
Mi-kyung Kim .... background artist: Team's Art
Kunihiko Kimura .... inbetween animator: Anime World Osaka
Kazuhiro Kinoshita .... background artist: Digital Work
Ai Kitajima .... inbetween animator: Accel
Satoshi Koike .... inbetween animator: Takuranke
Shin'ya Kokaji .... inbetween animator: Anime World Osaka (as Shinya Kokaji)
Eiji Komatsu .... key animator
Masatomo Komine .... inbetween animator: Studio Add
Yoshiharu Kudo .... key animator
Akiko Kumada .... inbetween animator: Studio Deen
Shingo Kuragari .... inbetween animator: Studio Live
Chizuko Kusunoki .... inbetween animator
Tomoya Kuwahara .... inbetween animator: Studio Line
Hye Yeon Lee .... background artist: Team's Art
Young Sang Lee .... background artist: Team's Art
Hidenori Maeda .... inbetween animator: Radix
Yu Maruyama .... inbetween animator: Gainax
Izumi Masui .... inbetween animator
Keisuke Masunaga .... key animator
Kenji Matano .... inbetween animator: Studio Add
Hiroki Matsumoto .... background artist
Takuya Matsumura .... inbetween animator: XEBEC
Kazuhiro Miwa .... inbetween animator: Last House
Tadaaki Miyata .... key animator
Tomoki Mizuno .... key animator
Atsushi Morikawa .... background artist
Hiromitsu Morishita .... key animator
Yasuko Moriya .... inbetween animator
Tae Motodate .... inbetween animator: Studio Cockpit
Yasushi Muraki .... key animator
Satsuki Muramatsu .... inbetween animator: Studio Cockpit
Shûkô Murase .... key animator
Mutsumi Murata .... inbetween animator: Studio Deen
Tetsuhiko Nagashima .... background artist
Masafumi Nakagawa .... inbetween animator: Studio Deen
Norifumi Nakamura .... background artist: green
Yutaka Nakamura .... animation director
Keiya Nakano .... inbetween animator: Studio Deen
Kyôko Nakayama .... background artist: Bic Studio
Hiromitsu Narumi .... background artist
Takahiro Ninagawa .... inbetween animator: Takuranke
Yudai Niwa .... inbetween animator: Takuranke
Noriko Ohashi .... background artist
Kazuo Okada .... background artist
Hiroyuki Okaji .... inbetween animator: Anime World Osaka
Ayako Okamoto .... inbetween animator: Radix
Yasue Okamoto .... inbetween animator: Last House
Takashi Okamura .... inbetween animator
Tensai Okamura .... key animator
Mayumi Oku .... inbetween animator: Last House
Masato Onoda .... inbetween animator: Studio Live
Takayuki Onoda .... inbetween animator: Studio Add
Mitsunao Onogi .... inbetween animator: Studio Wombat
Miho Otsuka .... inbetween animator
Keiko Oyama .... inbetween animator: Radix
Hisashi Saitô .... key animator
Masami Saitô .... background artist
Tsunenori Saitô .... assistant animation director
Tsunenori Saitô .... key animator
Tatsuya Sakai .... background artist: green
Tsuyoshi Sakai .... inbetween animator: Last House
Tomoyasu Sakakibara .... inbetween animator: Bee Train
Chiyoko Sakamoto .... inbetween animator: Radix
Tsukasa Sakurai .... inbetween animator: Studio Line
Hirotoshi Sano .... key animator
Yoko Sasa .... background artist: green
Mutsumi Sasaki .... inbetween animator: Bee Train
Masayoshi Sato .... key animator
Yu Che Shen .... background artist
Emi Shibata .... inbetween animator: Studio Add
Masato Shibata .... background artist
Reiko Shibuya .... background artist
Teizô Shimada .... assistant animation checker (as Teizo Shimasa)
Teizô Shimada .... inbetween animator (as Teizo Shimada)
Hyun Mi Shin .... background artist: Team's Art
Mika Shirota .... inbetween animator: Bee Train
Naoko Soeda .... inbetween animator: Radix
Haruo Sotozaki .... key animator
Tadatomo Sugawara .... inbetween animator: Takuranke
Yoko Sugita .... inbetween animator: Studio Wombat
Noriko Sugiyama .... inbetween animator: Studio Cockpit
Rie Sugiyama .... background artist: green
Fumiko Suzuki .... inbetween animator
Hiromi Suzuki .... inbetween animator: Studio Cockpit
Megumi Suzuki .... inbetween animator: Radix
Norimitsu Suzuki .... key animator
Satoshi Suzuki .... inbetween animator: Radix
Hisayuki Tabata .... inbetween animator: Studio Deen
Akifumi Takahashi .... inbetween animator: Studio Gush
Hideki Takahashi .... key animator
Ryo Takahashi .... inbetween animator: Radix
Yoko Takahashi .... inbetween animator: XEBEC
Yûko Takahashi .... inbetween animator
Tomiko Takamori .... inbetween animator
Kumiko Takayanagi .... inbetween animator
Shingo Takeba .... layout supervisor
Setsuko Takenouchi .... inbetween animator
Hiroshi Takeuchi .... key animator
Naomi Takeuchi .... inbetween animator: Radix
Shiho Takeuchi .... key animator
Shiho Takeuchi .... layout supervisor
Tatsufumi Tamagawa .... key animator
Kotaro Tamamoto .... inbetween animator: Bee Train
Kenji Tanabe .... inbetween animator: Studio Add
Haruka Tanaka .... inbetween animator: Gainax
Hiro Tanaka .... inbetween animator
Kumiko Tanihira .... inbetween animator: Anime Torotoro
Takashi Tomioka .... assistant animation director
Takashi Tomioka .... key animator
Toshiyuki Tsuru .... key animator
Chinatsu Ueno .... inbetween animator: Studio Cockpit
Yoshihiko Umakoshi .... key animator
Eiji Wakamatsu .... background artist
Taeko Watanabe .... inbetween animator
Chizu Yagyu .... inbetween animator
Hiroyuki Yamada .... inbetween animator: Radix
Yoshikazu Yamada .... inbetween animator: Studio Add
Tetsuichi Yamagishi .... key animator
Asahi Yamaguchi .... inbetween animator
Hiroyo Yamamoto .... inbetween animator: Anime World Osaka
Midori Yamamoto .... assistant animation checker
Midori Yamamoto .... inbetween animator
Tomoyo Yamamoto .... inbetween animator: Last House
Yukari Yamaura .... inbetween animator: Anime Torotoro
Atsuko Yamazaki .... inbetween animator: Studio Add
Kazuhiko Yokota .... inbetween animator
Akitoshi Yokoyama .... key animator
Aya Yoshida .... inbetween animator
Ken'ichi Yoshida .... assistant animation director
Kenichi Yoshida .... key animator
Riko Yoshidama .... inbetween animator
Yumiko Yoshikawa .... inbetween animator
Mitsuo Yoshino .... background artist
Masaki Yoshizaki .... background artist
Hiroshi Ôsaka .... assistant animation director
Tomoyuki Ôshita .... inbetween animator: Anime World Osaka (as Tomoyuki Oshita)
Kiyomi Ôta .... background artist (as Kiyomi Ota)
Ken Ôtsuka .... key animator (as Ken Ootsuka)
 
Music Department
Mem Nahadr .... musician
 
Other crew
Osamu Maseba .... production coordinator: English voices
Mary Elizabeth McGlynn .... adr director: English voices
Rika Takahashi .... translator: ZRO Limit
 

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Also Known As:
"Cowboy Bebop: Tengoku no tobira" - Japan (original title)
"Cowboy Bebop the Movie: Knockin' on Heaven's Door" - USA
"Cowboy Bebop: Knockin' on Heavens Door" - USA (video title)
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Runtime:
115 min
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Trivia:
Cowboy Bebop: Tengoku no tobira began production as soon as the final episode of Cowboy Bebop was aired in Japan.See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: When Spike chases the Moroccan out of the shop, and is searching for him in the crowd, his jacket jumps about between shots.See more »
Quotes:
Robber D:[Spike pulls a gun after being warned to drop the weapon, waving a gun in an old lady's face] Don't you get it? I'm gonna SPLATTER GRANDMA!
Spike:Well, that's a real shame. But, we're not cops and we're not from some charity organization. Sorry lady, we don't protect or serve. This is strictly business.
Robber D:What?
Spike:Guess you'll just have to chalk it up to bad luck.
Robber D:[growls] Cowboy scumbag!
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19 out of 25 people found the following review useful.
Sure to at least please fans of anime or good movies in general., 3 April 2003
Author: mrplaid2001 from SC

I'll start off by saying that I'm a huge fan of Cowboy Bebop. No other anime has characters that are as real and deep, yet fantastic and archetypical as this series. Every episode in the series manages to be visually stunning and/or humorous and uplifting while at the ame time being beautiful and poetic all in a twenty-minute timeframe. So its hard not to judge Coboy Bebop: Knockin' On Heaven's Door under the same light or along the same lines as the series. That said, the movie is very cool and very enjoyable, and from the fansub that I watched, I know I'll be snagging this as soon as (or if ever) it is released on DVD.

After the initial five minute attention grabber and wonderfully cheesey rotoscoped-looking opening credits, Spike and the gang set off on the trail of a bearded bioterrorist worth 300,000,000 woolongs who plans to do some bad stuff to whatever planet it is they're on (I think its Mars, but I'm pretty sure they never actually say in the movie). Along the way, we get action, not-so-much action, Maracans, we get to hear some more awesome Yoko Kanno music, Spike reaffirms his position as the most badass character ever in animation, and we almost get to see Faye's boobies. The action scenes are superb, especially two in particular. Spike's first fight with the woefully underdeveloped Electra is easily some of the best martial arts animation ever. Also, the monorail scene is probably one of the coolest and definitely the goriest thing ever seen in Cowboy Bebop.

The movie does, however, slow down at parts, especially when the focus is lifted from the main characters. A lot of times I just felt like I was waiting for the movie to pick itself up and get going again, something that never happens in the show, but, then again, this film is nearly two hours long (awesome for an anime). One reason the film seems so slow in comparison to the series is that there are a lot more establishing shots and the like. It makes you wonder whether Shinichiro Watanabe was trying to be theatrical or just padding the film. Its almost as though they got too good at pacing their own show, which, I suppose is a testament to the original series. Every storyline moved so fluidly and was paced so well that the movie seems sluggish in comparison.

The movie's supporting characters aren't all that great, either. Electra is pretty bland, as is the antagonist, Vincent. That's kind of disappointing, since the Bebop crew was able to give so much personality to other lesser characters who had a lot less screen time in the original series (like Indian dude and the card-playing old guys, who both, thankfully, show up in the movie and play pretty cool roles in some scenes). Most of the other supporting cast is just fodder for Vincent to off to make him seem less likable. One thing that's sure to annoy a lot of people is Vincent's pseudo-religious rants and vague creepy-talk. The way that he talks and the way that others talk about him is a bit indicative of Shinji Ikari and Evangelion, but really not as good or interesting. If you look hard enough, you might be able to find some meaning in the symbolism they're trying to impose, but most of the time it will just come off as BS. At least he looks cool, and in the end, that's all that really matters in a villain.

Electra, on the other hand, is just your average sterotypical good-lookin' hard-ass female cop-type person that shares a mysterious past with Vincent that really isn't all that mysterious or interesting. But the film is really about Spike and the gang, and none of the principal cast go neglected. Each character has some pretty cool/funny scenes, even Ein and Ed (who I'm sure annoys the hell out of some people). The sad thing is that there's none of the ass-slapping hilariousness of "Mushroom Samba," nor is there any of the frenetic and fast-paced shooting action of "Pierot Le Fou." But we do get to see Spike use his 'leet jeet kun do fighting skillz to kick a fair share of ass. In terms of pacing and character development, the movie comes off as an extended version of "Jupiter Jazz" parts one and two, probably my least favorite episodes, sans any cool character revelations. I guess you can't really expect to learn anything new about the characters since the series tied itself up so nicely.

In the end, though, "Knockin' On Heaven's Door" is freaking awesome. It may sound like I've been ragging on it, but that's just because the series is so awesome its hard for anything to hold a candle to it. So does the movie do the series justice? Absolutely, if you're a fan, definitely check it out, but you'd probably have to be a fan to really enjoy it. If the movie were a regular thirty-minute episode, it would be pretty forgettable. Even still, chances are that that's ten times better than most other anime out there.

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