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Takao Koyama

Takao Koyama was born on April 21, 1948. He is known for his work on Knights of the Zodiac (1986), Dragon Ball Z: The World's Strongest (1990) and Dragon Ball Z (1989). See full bio »

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 2009 Kikansha Yaemon (Short) (screenplay)
 2009 Dragon Ball Z Kai (TV Series) (screenplay - 2 episodes)
 2003-2004 Maburaho (TV Series) (episode writer - 3 episodes)
- Nobochatta... (2004) ... (episode writer)
- Nobichatta... (2003) ... (episode writer)
- Dekichatta... (2003) ... (episode writer)
 1997 Chokin Senshi Cashman (Video short)
 1997 Dragon Ball GT: A Hero's Legacy (TV Movie) (scriptwriter)
 1996 Dragon Ball Z: The Greatest Rivals (scriptwriter)
 1996 Dragon Ball Z (TV Series) (screenplay - 1 episode)
- The Arrival of Raditz (1996) ... (screenplay)
  The Slayers (TV Series) (composition - 25 episodes, 1995) (structure - 1 episode, 1995)
- Zap! Shouri wa Atashi no Tame ni Aru (1995) ... (composition)
- Yes! Saigo no Kibou Bless Blade (1995) ... (composition)
- X-Day Yomigaeru Majuu! (1995) ... (composition)
- Warning! Eris no Shuunen! (1995) ... (composition)
- Vice! Nokosareshi Mono-tachi (1995) ... (composition)
 1995 Dragon Ball Z: Fusion Reborn (screenplay)
 1994 Go! Go! Ackman (Video short) (screenplay)
 1994 Dragon Ball Z: Bio-Broly (screenplay)
 1992-1993 Hana no mahoutsukai Mary Bell (TV Series) (composition - 50 episodes)
- A Dream to You (1993) ... (composition)
- Mary Bell and the Sacred Tree (1993) ... (composition)
- The Sunnyvale Incident (1993) ... (composition)
- Do your Best! Tambourine (1992) ... (composition)
- The Uproar of the Jiji-Bell Santa (1992) ... (composition)
 1992 Dragon Ball Z: Super Android 13 (screenplay)
 1991 Dragon Ball Z: Cooler's Revenge (screenplay)
 1991 Jankenman (TV Series)
 1991 Dragon Ball Z: Lord Slug (screenplay)
 1990 Dragon Ball Z: Bardock - The Father of Goku (TV Movie) (scenario)
 1990 Spirit Hero Wataru 2 (TV Series) (episode writer - 4 episodes)
- Hoshi-ryoku pawâ de dai gyakuten! (1990) ... (episode writer)
- Oshinobi mashin Ninjinmaru (1990) ... (episode writer)
- Tonton sensha dai rêsu (1990) ... (episode writer)
- Kaette kita kyûseishu! (1990) ... (episode writer)
 1990 Dragon Ball Z: Tree of Might (screenplay)
 1989-1990 Dragon Ball Z (TV Series) (screenplay - 13 episodes)
- Ute Kuririn! Negai o kometa Genki-dama (1990) ... (screenplay)
 1989 Dragon Ball Z: Dead Zone (Short) (screenplay)
 1989 Akuma-kun (TV Series) (teleplay - 4 episodes)
- Naze, kodai mahôkai no eiyû ga!? (1989) ... (teleplay)
- Seigi no jumon, Eroimu Essaimu (1989) ... (teleplay)
- Makai no mienai gakkô!! (1989) ... (teleplay)
 1989 Fûma no Kojirô: Yasha-hen (TV Mini-Series short) (screenplay - episode 1)
 1989 Legendary Idol Eriko (TV Series) (writer)
  Mashin Hero Wataru (TV Series) (chief writer - 45 episodes, 1988 - 1989) (writer - 13 episodes, 1988 - 1989)
- Haru da matusri da monja mura (1989) ... (chief writer)
- Kagayake! Sôkaisan no niji (1989) ... (chief writer) / (writer)
- Kessen! Doakudâ tai wataru (1989) ... (chief writer) / (writer)
- Tatake Wataru!! Mashinden no kôbô (1989) ... (chief writer)
- Shutsugen! Kyôfu no mashinden (1989) ... (chief writer)
 1986-1988 Knights of the Zodiac (TV Series) (written by - 50 episodes)
- Shinpi no kagayaki! Kiniro no bronze cloth (1988) ... (written by)
- Furimuku na Seiya! Shoryu; no Cosmo (1988) ... (written by)
- Jaaku no ikenie! Seireitachi no mori (1988) ... (written by)
- Honoo no ken! Osorubeki yabô (1988) ... (written by)
 1987 Red Spark Zillion (TV Series) (1 episode)
 1986 Dragon Ball (TV Series) (screenplay - 1 episode)
- Tsuyokute warui Sabaku no Yamucha (1986) ... (screenplay)
 1985-1986 Showa Ahozoshi Akanuke Ichiban (TV Series) (episode writer - 7 episodes)
- Panikku! Hîrô-darake no akatsukichô (1986) ... (episode writer)
- Kinkô no hattari kebyô panikku! (1986) ... (episode writer)
- Reru no ijiwaru gârufurendo (1986) ... (episode writer)
- Pawafuru bâchan no Harajuku Man'yûki (1986) ... (episode writer)
- Inken jiisan no ijô-na taiken (1985) ... (episode writer)
 1985 High School! Kimengumi (TV Series)
 1984-1985 Chôriki Robo Galatt (TV Series) (episode writer - 2 episodes)
- Tsuntsun shiyô! Hakase no oshiri (1985) ... (episode writer)
- Kodai e no roman? Hakase no ijô-na yokubô (1984) ... (episode writer)
 1984 What's Up Mechadoc (TV Series)
  Okawari-Boy Starzan S (TV Series) (1 episode, 1984) (writer - 3 episodes, 1984)
- Onobori Boui Toukyou Kenbun Roku (1984) ... (writer)
- Uso? Honto? Paratopia (1984) ... (writer)
- Uchuu Ichi no Okawari Boul (1984) ... (writer)
  Urusei Yatsura (TV Series) (writer - 3 episodes, 1981 - 1984) (part 2 - 1 episode, 1981) (part 1 - 1 episode, 1981)
- Sakura-san of my youth! (1984) ... (writer)
 1983 Pâman (TV Series) (teleplay)
 1982 Tokimeki Tonight (TV Series) (2 episodes)
- Chiisana yûjô (1982)
 1981 Dash!! Kappei (TV Series) (1981)
 1976 Blocker Gundan IV Machine Blaster (TV Series) (episode writer - 1 episode)
- Unare! Engetsu kaiten (1976) ... (episode writer)
 1976 UFO senshi Diapolon (TV Series) (screenplay - 1 episode)
 1974 Tentomushi no uta (TV Series) (script)
 1973-1974 Casshan (TV Series) (script - 3 episodes)
- Casshan VS. Robot Ace (1974) ... (script)
- Immortal Casshan (1974) ... (script)
- Channel Anger Into the MF Gun (1973) ... (script)
 1972 Gatchaman (TV Series)
 1970 Inakappe taisho (TV Series)
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