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Kikaida: Android of Justice 

Jinzô ningen Kikaidâ (original title)
A transforming super-android, on the run from an evil organization, fights its rampaging robot monsters and helps his creator's daughter & son find their lost father.
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Cast

Series cast summary:
Daisuke Ban Daisuke Ban ...  Jiro / ... 2 episodes, 1972
Jun Mizunoe Jun Mizunoe ...  Mitsuko Komyoji 2 episodes, 1972
Masahiro Kamiya Masahiro Kamiya ...  Masaru Komyoji 2 episodes, 1972
Shun Ueda Shun Ueda ...  Hattori 'Hanpen' Hanpei 2 episodes, 1972
Hajime Izu Hajime Izu ...  Dr. Nobuhiko Komyoji 2 episodes, 1972
Mitsuo Andô Mitsuo Andô ...  Professor Gill 2 episodes, 1972
Kenji Mayama Kenji Mayama ...  Hakaida / ... 2 episodes, 1972
Shôzô Îzuka Shôzô Îzuka ...  Hakaida 2 episodes, 1972
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Storyline

The first installment of a 2 series saga focuses on Kikaider's quest to stop The Dark Organization run by Professor Gil, and find Professor Kyomji, who lost his memory in a big explosion in the middle of episode 1. Later in the series, Hakaider was created to destroy Kikaider. Which brought on more difficult tasks. Written by Hongou

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Country:

Japan

Language:

Japanese

Release Date:

8 July 1972 (Japan) See more »

Also Known As:

Kikaida: Android of Justice See more »

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Trivia

According to creator Shôtarô Ishinomori, "Kikaider" is a cross between the Japanese word "kikai" (Japanese for "machine") and the English word "rider" (as in Ishinomori's other famous superhero, Masked Rider/Kamen Raidâ (1971)). However, these two "rider" superheroes are different by theme; Masked Rider is a cyborg, and Kikaider is an android. See more »

Connections

Referenced in Infra-Man (1975) See more »

Soundtracks

Tatakae!! Jinzô ningen Kikaidâ
("Fight, Mechanical Man Kikaida!!")
Ending Theme
Music by Michiaki Watanabe
Lyrics by Saburô Hatte (Toei House)
Vocals by Yuki Hide & The Columbia Cradle Club
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