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Robotech: The Movie ()


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Re-edited version of a Japanese TV serial combined with a direct-to-video anime, released in the U.S. as a feature.

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Mark Landry / Tech / Additional Voices (voice) (as Ryan O'Flannigan)
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Becky Michaels (voice) (as Brittany Harlowe)
Diane Michelle ...
Eve (voice) (as Muriel Fargo)
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Anchor / Col. B.D. Andrews / Additional Voices (voice) (as Greg Snow)
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Rider / Additional Voices (voice) (as Jeffrey Platt)
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Gen. Anatole Leonard / Additional Voices (voice) (as Guy Garrett)
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Roger / Additional Voices (voice) (as Abe Lasser)
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Prof. Embry (voice) (as Merle Pearson)
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Kelly Stevens (voice) (as Penny Sweet)
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Stacy Embry (voice) (as Wendee Swan)
Tony Clay ...
Additional Voices (voice) (as Wayne Anthony)
Clifton Wells ...
Tech / Additional Voices (voice) (as Spike Niblick)
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Blue / Bud / Rider / Soldiers / Additional Voices (voice) (as Bruce Nielson)
Doug Lee ...
Master / PA / Additional Voices (voice) (as Ike Medlick)
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Lt. Todd Harris (voice) (as Ton Warner)
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Security / Additional Voices (voice) (as Jonathan Alexander)
Etienne Bannliett ...
Major / Additional Voices (voice)
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Additional Voices (voice) (as Colin Philips)
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Nick / Additional Voices (voice) (as Christopher Frank)
Bill Capizzi ...
Additional Voices (voice) (as A. Gregory)
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Peters / Samaritan / Additional Voices (voice) (as Jaque Maecell)
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Cannon / Colonel / Helix / Officer / Soldier / Additional Voices (voice) (as Drew Thomas)
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Tech / Additional Voices (voice) (as Max Christian)
Edward Mannix ...
Additional Voices (voice) (as Cyn Branch)
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Captain / Officer / Additional Voices (voice) (as Ray Michaels)
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Master Subordinate 1 (voice) (as R. Dwight)
J. Jay Smith ...
Narrator (uncredited) (voice)
Barry Stigler ...
Frank / Officer / Soldier / Additional Voices (uncredited) (voice)

Directed by

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Noboru Ishiguro ... (as Ishiguro Noburo)
Carl Macek

Written by

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Carl Macek ... (story)
 
Ardwight Chamberlain ... (screenplay)
 
Steve Kramer ... (additional dialogue) &
Hiroyuki Hoshiyama ... (scenario)

Produced by

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Ahmed Agrama ... producer
Frank Agrama ... executive producer
Jehan Agrama ... executive producer
Tôru Miura ... producer

Music by

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Ulpio Minucci ... (orchestral music score)
Arlon Ober ... (orchestral music score)

Cinematography by

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Yoshizaki Kenichi

Film Editing by

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Jonathon Braun
Eiko Nishide ... (as Nishide Eiko)

Editorial Department

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Hagop Bazerkanian ... assistant film editor
Guillermo Coelho ... video tape editor
Susanne Gervay ... negative cutter
Angeria Rigamonti ... assistant film editor

Production Design by

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Toshiki Hirano ... (as Toshihiro Hirano)

Art Direction by

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Nakamura Mitsutaka

Production Management

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Kent Harrison Hayes ... production manager
Alan Letz ... production supervisor

Art Department

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Toshiki Hirano ... storyboard artist (as Toshihiro Hirano)
Noboru Ishiguro ... storyboard artist
Paul S. Power ... storyboard artist (Alternate Ending Only) (as Paul Power)
Yasuomi Umetsu ... storyboard artist (as Yasuomi Umezu)

Sound Department

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Nick Alphin ... sound re-recordist
Leonard Araujo ... adr recordist (as Leonardo Araujo)
George Bours ... sound effects editor
Jim Fitzpatrick ... stereo sound consultant: Dolby
Stanley B. Gill ... sound recordist
Mick Kollins ... sound editor
Sheila O'Callaghan ... sound editor
Larry Stensvold ... sound re-recordist
Eduardo Torres Tornero ... adr recordist (as Eduardo Torres)
Paul Wells ... sound re-recordist

Visual Effects by

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Toyohiko Sakakibara ... special visual effects

Camera and Electrical Department

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Hiroshi Isagawa ... camera operator
Norihide Kubota ... camera operator
Hideo Suzuki ... camera operator
Toshiaki Yamaguchi ... camera operator

Animation Department

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Hideaki Anno ... animation layout artist
Hiromi Anzai ... coloring
Fujiko Aoyagi ... animator (as Aiyagi Fujiko) / animator
Chieko Etô ... animator (as Ido Chieko)
Koichi Fukuda ... animator
Yoshiharu Fukushima ... animation layout artist
Hiroyuki Hoshiyama ... scenario
Chieko Ido ... animator
Miyoko Ishiwata ... animator
Ichirô Itano ... animation director: Megazone 23 Footage
Kôji Itô ... animation layout artist
Shinobu Iwanaga ... animator
Narumi Kakinouchi ... animation layout artist / sequence director
Taikei Kitamura ... animator
Tomonori Kogawa ... character designer: Southern Cross Footage
Masayuki Kubota ... mecha supervisor
Shôichi Masuo ... animation layout artist
Haruhiko Mikimoto ... action director / animation director: Megazone 23 Footage / character designer: Megazone 23 Footage / character: Eve Tokimatsuri
Hatsuki Miyazaki ... animator
Sadami Morikawa ... animation layout artist
Yasuhito Murata ... animator (as Yasuto Murata)
Masumi Nishikawa ... background artist
Toyohiko Sakakibara ... special visual effects
Mitsuko Seki ... animator
Yoshiko Shimura ... animator
Mitsuto Sugi ... animator
Masao Tsutsumi ... animator

Music Department

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George Bours ... music editor
Steve Gursky ... music recording/mixing engineer
Ulpio Minucci ... composer: original theme / orchestral score producer
Arlon Ober ... conductor / orchestrator
Christopher L. Stone ... additional orchestrations
Thomas A. White ... executive music producer

Other crew

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Jorge Alia ... video transfer engineer (as Jorge Allia)
Olga Chacon ... controller
Ardwight Chamberlain ... dialogue director
Andrea Coppola ... production coordinator
Elvira De La Rosa ... assistant to executive producers
Ellen Green ... production accountant
Enrique Luna Macias ... utility supervisor
Jûzô Mutsuki ... mechanical supervisor (as Masayuki Kubota)
Ramon Perez Jr. ... assistant technical engineer
Gabriel Riera ... production assistant
Raul Roa Jr. ... production assistant
Bryan J. Rusenko ... chief engineer / technical supervisor
Norman Siderow ... assistant to executive producers
Suzuki Toshimitsu ... production coordinator

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Special Effects

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

In 1999 an alien spaceship crashed onto the earth. Hidden on board were the secrets of a unique science known as Robotechnology. Databanks found in the ship were transferred to the Earth Robotech Computer Complex. In 2009, an alien search party arrived from hyper-space to reclaim their lost databank. The united Earth Government was forced into an Inter Galactic war. Earth forces were able to win the first battle......but at a great cost. The planet was virtually destroyed. New population centres grew out of the ashes..... It is now 2027, a second armada sent by the aliens is nearing earth, they have come to recapture the secrets of their lost technology and then destroy the Earth. Written by Anonymous

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Taglines The adventure never stops in this full length animated feature See more »
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Also Known As
  • Robotech The Movie: The Untold Story (United States)
  • Robotech: The Untold Story (United States)
  • Robotech, Le Film (France)
  • Robotech: La Película (Argentina)
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Runtime
  • 87 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia The film combines anime footage from the direct-to-video Megazone 23 (1985) and Super Dimensional Cavalry: Southern Cross (1984), which was the second part of the Robotech television series. See more »
Goofs During the exposition phase in the opening Star Wars style text scroll, the word "Technology" is divided and hyphenated due to the entire word not fitting at the end of the line ("Technol-" on the former line and "ogy" on the next). This is not considered proper form and in the Star Wars scrolls, the words are simply spaced apart appropriately so that each line is uniform in length, avoiding the necessity to divide any words at the margin. In typeset terminology, this is called the "Justified alignment". Also, the word "technology" is more properly divided as "Techo-logy". See more »
Movie Connections Edited from Super Dimensional Cavalry: Southern Cross (1984). See more »
Soundtracks Call On Me See more »
Crazy Credits The opening credits go up the screen like the old Star Wars opening credits. See more »
Quotes Eve: I need your help, Mark. The enemy's I mentioned are here to extract the data stored here in my memory matrix. Once they have it, they will destroy the Earth. The process is already under way I don't know who it is but someone with access to my higher functions has begun transmitting the information to them. Soon, they will have everything they want.
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