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(TV Mini-Series)

(2003)

Full Cast & Crew

Directed by 

Takatsugu Kobayashi
Ryûtarô Nakamura

Writing Credits  

Keiichi Shigusawa ... (novel)
 
Sadayuki Murai ... (screenplay)

Cast (in credits order)  

Kelli Cousins ... Kino (voice)
Ai Maeda ... Kino (voice)
Ryuji Aigase ... Hermes (voice)
Cynthia Martinez ... Hermes (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Yutaka Aoyama ... Boatman (voice)
Yoshiko Asai ... Old Woman (voice)
... Female Examiner, Older Woman (voice)
... Bartender / Man A (voice)
Rebecca Ayres ... Son / Boy B (voice)
Marcy Bannor ... Supplies Saleswoman (voice)
Vicki Barosh ... Old Woman Believer (voice)
Clint Bickham ... Shizu (voice)
... Chosen Girl, Additional Voices (voice)
... Survivor / Guide Soldier (voice)
Rick Burford ... Inspector / Spectator / Comrade (voice)
Michael Callahan ... Collection Man (voice)
Gabi Chennisi Duncombe ... Little Girl (voice) (as Gabi Chennisi)
... Kid A / Nimya (voice)
... Poet (voice)
Alyson Irene Edman ... Girl / Bride (voice)
Tejas Englesmith ... Riku (voice)
James Faulkner ... Trucker (voice) (as James Reed Faulkner)
Marty Fleck ... Colonel / Wise Man (voice)
Roberto Garcia ... Additional Voices (voice)
Patrick Givens ... Additional Voices (voice)
Atsushi Godai ... Guard (voice)
Jacob A. Gragard ... Swordsman / Additional Voices (voice)
... Working Stiff / Immigration Officer / Speakerbox (voice)
Logan Haire ... Additional Voices (voice)
Ted Hathaway ... Brock (voice) (as Tad Hathaway)
... Soldier A (voice)
Mika Itô ... Girl A (voice)
... Gun Salesman, Additional Voices (voice) (as K.C. Jones)
John Kaiser ... Southern Priest (voice)
Mike Kleinhenz ... Man In His 40s (voice)
Andrew Klimko ... Assassin / Comrade C (voice)
Sandra Krasa ... Mother (voice)
Philip Lehl ... Boatman (voice)
Dan Mackey ... Guard Captain / Policeman B (voice)
Mike MacRae ... Ace (voice)
Hitomi Matsuno ... Little Girl (voice)
... Porter Bot / Shades (voice)
Thomas Meerbott ... Additional Voices (voice)
... Male Examiner (voice)
Yûji Mikimoto ... Poet (voice)
Ryûji Nakagi ... Scholar (voice)
Amanda Nanawa ... Woman A (voice)
Andy Nelson ... Takatan (voice)
Chris Nelson ... Guard B, Additional Voices (voice)
Eric Opella ... Soldier C / Policeman (voice)
... The Traveler (voice)
Ted Pfister ... Additional Voices (voice)
... Sica (voice)
Marcy Rae ... Miss Minister (voice)
Hal Rawley ... Track Layer / Old Man (voice)
... Su / Boy C / Additional Voices (voice)
Phil Ross ... Track Polisher (voice)
Chiwa Saitô ... Daughter (voice) (as Chiwa Saito)
Tadahisa Saizen ... Soldier (voice)
Chip Schneider ... Additional Voices (voice)
Daniel Scruggs ... Additional Voices (voice)
Wade Shemwell ... Officer B (voice)
Yû Shimaka ... Southern Priest (voice) (as Yutaka Shimaka)
Paul Sidello ... Chief (voice)
Brooke Sinclair ... Jin (voice)
Stacy Slanina ... Woman B / Additional Voices (voice)
Mie Sonozaki ... Female Examiner (voice)
Melissa Cybele Sparks ... Miss Rose / Critic B (voice)
Randy Sparks ... Old Man Believer, Guard (voice)
... Mother (voice)
... Hotel Manager (voice)
Gene Tognacci ... Mr. Migra / Man B (voice)
John Tyson ... Professor (voice)
... Poet's Daughter, Additional Voices (voice)
... Boy A (voice)
Jennie Welch ... Master (voice)
Matt Wittmeyer ... Water Machine / Soldier B (voice)
Carl Wormley ... Young Wise Man (voice)

Produced by 

Shojiro Abe ... animation producer
John Ledford ... executive producer / producer

Music by 

Ryo Sakai

Cinematography by 

Naoyuki Ôba

Art Direction by 

Masayoshi Banno

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director 

Takatsugu Kobayashi ... assistant director

Art Department 

Michiyo Iriomote ... color designer
Ryûtarô Nakamura ... storyboard artist

Sound Department 

Jacob A. Gragard ... adr recordist / sound recordist
Koji Kasamatsu ... sound designer
Yôta Tsuruoka ... sound director

Animation Department 

Kôhaku Kuroboshi ... original character designer
Takuya Matsumoto ... animation director
Shigeyuki Suga ... character designer

See also

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