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Saraba uchû senkan Yamato: Ai no senshitachi (1978)

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The Comet Empire approaches, and the Yamato is ready to face them. But this will be the last battle for both sides.

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Kei Tomiyama ...
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Gorô Naya ...
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Ichirô Nagai ...
Ken'ichi Ogata ...
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Yoshito Yasuhara ...
Kenjiro Ota / Politician C
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Ryû Hijikata
Isao Sasaki ...
Tetsuya Kaji ...
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Susumu Kodai and Yuki Mori's wedding plans are postponed when the Yamato crew must report to take on another threat from the stars. A new enemy has harnessed a comet and is using its terrible power to unleash destruction upon its rivals and inferiors... which are in fact everyone. The Space Battleship Yamato heads back into action. But this time, it shall not return, and much of the Yamato crew have signed on for their last voyage. Written by Q. Leo Rahman

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The darkest chapter in the Yamato saga!


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5 August 1978 (Japan)  »

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Farewell to Space Battleship Yamato: In the Name of Love  »

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General Zordar and Sabella were named after the English words "sword" and "saber." See more »

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Yuki Mori: Kodai, defeat them... I know you will...
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Followed by Be Forever Yamato (1980) See more »

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Teresa yo towa ni (Teresa Forever)
Performed by Isao Sasaki & Feeling Free
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The Comet Empire!
18 November 2003 | by (South Hadley MA US) – See all my reviews

This movie was even better than Space Battleship Yamato the movie The Comet Empire threat made Gamilus look like wimps. Was the Comet Empire "ship" larger in size than the artifical Dark Nebula Empire planet in Be Forever Yamato or the giant Urban Satellite Uruk in Final Yamato? Arrivederci Yamato was also darker, with many more deaths and noble suicides of major characters. Every time you think the Arrivederci story ends, surprise! the Comet Empire has another trick up its sleeve. I heard a rumor that the Japanese fans were so outraged at Arrivederci basically ending the storylines that they demanded more Yamato, and so Space Battleship Yamato 2 the series was made, with Telezart having a much bigger role, Desslar/Desslok and Kodai/Derek Wildstar switching roles during their final confrontation, and the Dreadnought blasting Earth instead of the Moon. Arrivederci was less confusing than the sometimes choppy plot of Space Battleship Yamato the movie, except for the ending where you can completely misinterpret what happens w/o some kind of translation if you don't speak Japanese. This is the only entry in the 5 movies and 3 series where the Earth Defense Fleet kicks major alien buttocks.


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