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Fatal Fury: Legend of the Hungry Wolf (1992)

Battle Fighters Garou Densetsu (original title)
Terry Bogard returns from 10 years of training to avenge his father's murder.

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Credited cast:
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Terry Bogard (voice)
Peter Wilds ...
Andy Bogard (voice)
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Joe Higashi (voice)
Ward Perry ...
Geese Howard (voice)
Mina E. Mina ...
Tung Fu Rue (voice) (as Mina Mina)
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Lily McGuire (voice)
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Billy Kane (voice)
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Ripper (voice)
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Jeff Bogard (voice)
Tony Sampson ...
Young Andy (voice)
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Riden (voice)
French Tickner ...
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Chris Turner ...
Young Terry (voice) (as Christopher Turner)
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Lily McGuire (voice)
Keiichi Nanba ...
Andy Bogard (voice)
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Terry Bogard's father was murdered by a man named Geese Howard for the purpose of retrieving a ancient manual on martial arts. When Terry grows up he is driven by hatred to avenge his father's death but must overcome this hatred if he is to complete his training on how to defeat Geese Howard. Written by <gator_macready@yahoo.com>

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Masaaki Satake is a well-known kickboxer in Japan. To date, this is his only work as a voice actor. See more »

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Cool, but too short
5 April 2001 | by See all my reviews

The Fatal Fury franchise is full of promises and this first animated feature takes the characters beyond the video game boundaries. It's cool how the fighters (Terry Bogard especially) are written as being normal and sensitive rather than always butch, evil and trying to start a fight. The characters in the Street Fighter series were too much like this but Terry Bogard always appears innocent and his adult form still looks like the child he was at the beginning.

But my fave character in Fatal Fury was always Geese Howard. He is such a cool bad guy and live action bad guys should be more like him. Andy Bogard and Joe Higashi are amusing supporting characters and make great sidekicks for Terry.

The ending is a little too quick but when you consider that there is a follow up and a great animated movie it ain't so bad. If you like this one then the others should give you a good fix.


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