Cyborg 009: Legend of the Super Galaxy

Cyborg 009: Legend of the Super Galaxy
US Home Media: Apr 15, 1995
Japan Theatrical: Dec 20, 1980

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said at 12:20 AM on Sun Nov 13 2011
Where exactly was the English dub for this movie recorded? I haven't heard of a single cast member!
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said at 1:12 AM on Sun Nov 13 2011
@PurpleWarrior13 I'm guessing Japan, based on Jeff Manning's presence. But yeah, beyond him I don't know any of these guys.
said at 10:16 PM on Mon Jan 20 2014
@NCZ A good number of them also dubbed The Dagger of Kamui, so look that up and maybe it'll ring a bell.
said at 4:03 PM on Wed Feb 19 2014
@PurpleWarrior13 It's tricky to figure out some of the production background information on this dub. Although, it was originally recorded in 1988 from what I recall. Just that the full cut was never released stateside until the '90s, since "Just For Kids" opted to use an edited-down version for its initial USA release. Some of these voice actors also appeared in a dub of "Arcadia of My Youth".
It's possible that Toei directly commissioned this dub themselves, so it might have been done through Japan. Although, the ADR director credited is William Ross, who worked on a few '80s DiC toons. It'd be nice to find more information.
said at 10:57 PM on Tue Oct 7 2014
@NCZ From the narrator and Jeff Manning it's Japan
said at 3:05 AM on Sun May 17 2015
@HienFan Yeah, it's definitely from Japan, from what I've learned since last year.

From what I've heard, the dub was actually produced in 1986, but was held up for about two years in release before Celebrity Home Entertainment released the edited version.
And yeah, it was one in a batch of a few Frontier Enterprises dubs that were done through the end of the 1980s.
All actors were pretty much overseas people that were working out of Japan at the time, since that was Ross' hiring practice. Richard Nieskens (Albert) had also done some Hong Kong work too, though.
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