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Maris the Chojo (1986)

Rumik World: Za chojo (original title)
Maris is freelance bounty hunter/soldier whose sole aim in life is to become rich enough to never have to work again. This goal, unfortunately, proves elusive. Maris is from a world of ... See full summary »

Director:

Motosuke Takahashi

Writers:

Rumiko Takahashi (manga), Tomoko Konparu (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Cast overview:
Mami Koyama ... Maris (voice)
Sharon Holm ... Maris (1994) (voice) (as Sharon Holme)
Sumi Shimamoto ... Sue (voice)
Stacey Gregg Stacey Gregg ... Sue (1994) (voice) (as Stacey Jefferson)
Toshio Furukawa ... Koganemaru (voice)
Dominic Taylor Dominic Taylor ... Rogane (1994) (voice)
Kerry Shale ... Murphy (1994) (voice)
Harry Ditson ... General (1994) (voice)
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Maris is freelance bounty hunter/soldier whose sole aim in life is to become rich enough to never have to work again. This goal, unfortunately, proves elusive. Maris is from a world of super-strong beings and she is constantly having to pay for the damage she and her parents inadvertantlty cause wherever they go. Things start looking up, though, when Maris gets word of a wealthy prince in need of rescue... Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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Animation | Comedy

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Country:

Japan

Release Date:

21 May 1986 (Japan) See more »

Also Known As:

Rumic World: Maris the Chojo See more »

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Crazy Credits

Simulated animated bloopers play during the closing credits. See more »

Connections

Follows Rumic World: Fire Tripper (1986) See more »

Soundtracks

Binbo '86
Lyrics by Yuho Iwasato
Music by Ichirô Nitta
Arranged by Ichirô Nitta
Vocals by Kirara & Urara
Courtesy of Victor Music Industries Co., Ltd.
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Actually good!
16 February 2002 | by Zombie_KickboxerSee all my reviews

I watched this at a recent anime festival at the university. Having never heard of it, I had no idea what to expect, and as it turns out, it's a remarkably funny science-fiction adventure.

Maris is a dirt-poor bounty hunter from a planet that no longer exists, owing largely to the fact that it exploded years ago. Everyone from this particular planet seems to be blessed (cursed?) with extraordinary strength, and Maris is forced to contain this strength by wearing special restraints, lest she accidentally destroy her ship. This time, her mission is to rescue a handsome millionaire who's been kidnapped by mysterious villains.

The movie has a decent plot but its strength lies in its sight gags and original characters. One of the best running gags is how desperately poor both the hero and the villains are; Maris keeps accidentally trashing her spaceships and being downgraded even further, and the villains can only seem to afford an ancient, second-rate fortress that's falling apart.

Anyway, if you have the opportunity to see this slightly old but very unique and funny anime, go for it! 8/10


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