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Gall Force: Eternal Story (1986)

Galactic war rages between amoeban Paranoids and all-female Solnoids. Solnoid battleship, Star Leaf, with crew of seven is sent to defend Chaos, a planet that's being terraformed. However, they're part of an experiment.

Director:

Katsuhito Akiyama

Writers:

Hideki Kakinuma (story), Sukehiro Tomita
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Cast

Credited cast:
Maria Kawamura Maria Kawamura ... Eluza
Naoko Matsui ... Rabby
Lisa Ortiz Lisa Ortiz ... Eluza / Pony (voice)
Hiromi Tsuru ... Lufy
Michie Tomizawa ... Pony
Naoko Watanabe ... Catty
R.P. Wellington R.P. Wellington ... Patty / Akon Kagu'ya Captain (voice) (as P.R. Wellington)
Yuriko Yamamoto ... Rumy
Eric Stuart ... OX-11 / Toil / Ail (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Arisa Andô Arisa Andô ... Solnoid Bridge Crew
Teresa Campbell Teresa Campbell ... Lufy (voice)
James Carter Cathcart ... Exanon (voice) (as Carter Cathcart)
Daniel Cronin Daniel Cronin ... Paranoid Adjustants (voice)
Toshio Furukawa ... OX-11
Kyôko Hamura Kyôko Hamura ... Ail
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Storyline

Galactic war rages between amoeban Paranoids and all-female Solnoids. Solnoid battleship, Star Leaf, with crew of seven is sent to defend Chaos, a planet that's being terraformed. However, they're part of an experiment.

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Country:

Japan

Language:

Japanese

Release Date:

26 July 1986 (Japan) See more »

Also Known As:

I froura tou galaxia See more »

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Technical Specs

Runtime:

(3 episodes)

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

As Rabby glances over the Starleaf's personnel file, three characters from Project A-Ko (1986) are shown on the view screen. The are C-ko, Ms. Ayumi, and a blond B-ko. See more »

Quotes

[in sickbay, an injured Eluza comes to]
Rumy: Eluza!
Eluza: Rabby, I know what they're trying to do. I won't let them... I refuse...
Rabby: Eluza, what do you mean?
Pony: [bangs fist on control panel] There's nothing physically wrong, but her pulse and temperature are...
[Eluza begins hyperventilating]
Rumy: Eluza!
Pony: I don't know what to do!
Rabby: Catty, what happened to her?
Catty: I don't know.
[...]
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Connections

Featured in Super Deformed Double Feature (1992) See more »

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A 10 out of 10 in my opinion.
12 June 2012 | by criiztopherSee all my reviews

I'am was born the same year this movie were produced. I remember me being a couple of years old, my dad rented this movie and its never left my mind since, I watched it with Swedish voice actors. I can't really express the feeling, emotion I get from this other than a mix of nostalgic melancholy. I won't spoil anything, but I can say that it is in my opinion one of the best anime films I've ever seen, and that is all thanks to the story, its so deep. I have seen in my later years the other movies in the series but I don't think anyone got close to the experience of this one. This movie also gave me the first nightmare that I can remember, and that is saying a lot. The scene was the one with Lufy right after the second light speed jump about 25 min into the movie.


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