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Set in a world of fantasy and adventure, Amon is a young warrior embarking on a quest to avenge the death of his mother. When the hunt leads him ultimately to the kingdom of Valhiss, Amon ... See full summary »

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Shunji Ôga
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Credited cast:
Joe Blake Joe Blake ... Bartender (voice)
J. David Brimmer ... Gaius (voice)
Judy Dodd Judy Dodd ... Nanny (voice)
Banjô Ginga Banjô Ginga ... Ekuna (voice)
Matthew Harrington Matthew Harrington ... Vikin (voice) (as Yotee)
Ken'yû Horiuchi Ken'yû Horiuchi ... Amon (voice)
Keith Howard Keith Howard ... Valhiss (voice)
Ed Kissel Ed Kissel ... Ho (voice)
Kiyoshi Kobayashi ... Valhiss (voice)
Katsuji Mori ... Alcan (voice)
Mugihito Mugihito ... Gaius (voice)
Ichirô Nagai ... Mabo (voice)
Tamio Ohki Tamio Ohki ... Darai Sem (voice)
Dan Olk Dan Olk ... Alcan (voice) (as Jack Taylor)
Chris Orbach ... Amon (voice) (as Hideo Seaver)
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Set in a world of fantasy and adventure, Amon is a young warrior embarking on a quest to avenge the death of his mother. When the hunt leads him ultimately to the kingdom of Valhiss, Amon enlists in the ranks of the Emperor's army in order to gain an opportunity to exact his revenge. However, a chance encounter with the Princess Lichia, being held captive by the Emperor in an effort to ransom a map away from his main rival, King Darai-Sem, Amon must decide whether to follow his path of revenge or to help rescue the Princess in an effort to save a lost kingdom. Written by Anonymous

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Country:

Japan

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English | Japanese

Release Date:

19 July 1986 (Japan) See more »

Also Known As:

Amon Saga - O Jovem Guerreiro Amon See more »

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Featured in Anime Abandon: Amon Saga (2015) See more »

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Kaze no Take a Chance
by Shigeaki Saegusa
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Entertaining,mystical and very watchable in-spite of flaws.
25 July 2006 | by stormrustonSee all my reviews

I had a VHS copy of this for years and it never quite tracked right, still I watched this twice on this poor VHS copy and hoped to get a better copy of this movie so I could really enjoy it. I did, on DVD.

After watching it I am mostly pleased and slightly let down with the results. The animation is weak, that is the only let down, not the art work but the frame rate.

The art is amazing the story a blast, the violence , controlled but enjoyable, not too over the top so as to draw you out of the story, but enough to make you go WOW.

The main Characters are characters, and you follow their adventures with interest, and an emotional investment in a happy outcome.

I recommend this movie, it IS dated as far as its animation goes,but the story is classic as it the art.


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