Captain Future (1978-1979)

Japan, 7 November -30 October 1979
1 series, 52 episodes, average 25m
colour
mono, Japanese

A Japanese animated science fiction television series.

Credits

Crew
Directors: Shigeo Hirota, Tomoharu Katsumata, Tomoji Katsumata, Kiyoshi Kawakubo, Johei Matsuura, Kôzô Morishita, Hideki Takayama, Akira Yokoi
Toei Co Ltd/Toei Doga
Producer: Hiroshi Takeda
Scripts: Toyohiro Andô, Masaki Tsuji
Novel: Edmond Hamilton
Animator: Tadano Tsushi
Character Designers: Tosho Mori, Takuo Noda
Music: Yuji Ono, Yamakawa
German Version Music: Christian Bruhn
French Version Music: Jean-Jacques Debout

Cast
Hirokawa Taichiru (Captain Future)
Eiko Masuyama (Joan Randall)
Keiichi Noda (Otto)
Kenichi Ogata (Grag)
Kazuhiko Inoue (Ken Scott)
Kiyoshi Kawakubo (Professor Simon Wright)

German language voice cast
Hans-Jürgen Dittberner (Captain Future
Sven Plate (Ken Scott in earlier episodes)
Philipp Brammer (Ken Scott in later episodes)
Jochen Schröder (Professor Simon Wright)
Anita Kupsch (Joan Landor)
Helmut Krauss (narrator)
Joachim Kerzel (Vul Kuolun)
Wolfgang Völz (Otto)
Lothar Blumhagen (Wrecker/Su Virro)
Michael Chevalier (Ezella Garnie)
Horst Schön (Cashew)
Heinz Theo Branding (Bulwar)
Otto Czarski (John Waldon)
Claus Jurichs (Cunnick)
Klaus Miedel (Emperor of Megara)
Alfred Müller
Hans Nitschke (Otto as Megara-Creature)
Joachim Pukaß (Mr Vusful)
Friedrich Schönfelder (Mr Anderson)
Herbert Stass (Dr Zaro)
Hubert Suschka (Kim Ivan)
Rebecca Völz (Cashew's secretary)
Hermann Wagner (Glow)

French language voice cast
Philippe Ogouz (Capitaine Flam)

Alternative Titles

The Adventures of Captain Future
El Capitán Futuro – Mexico
Capitaine Flam – France
Capitan Futuro – Italy
Captain Future Kareinaru Taiyoukei Race

References

Books

  • Horror and Science Fiction Films II by Donald C. Willis p.51
  • Video Source Book 13th Edition (1992) p.27 – credits