Cyber Cop (1989)
Cyber Cop (
A young boy and girl find a floating orb in a park and decide to play catch with it, but are abducted by a gigantic UFO. The Zero-Section Armed Constable determine that the culprits are the criminal organization Deathtrap, and send the Cyber Cops to investigate. The Cyber Cops locate and fight off a band of Deathtrap goons while two Destroids hold the children hostage on a pier. The Cyber Cops appear on a nearby rooftop and jump down to confront yet more thugs, eventually summoning their Cyber Arms. The Destroids transport themselves to a forest in a bid to escape, but are tracked down by the Cyber Cops in their patrol car. The Cops drive after them through a tunnel while being blasted at by the Ominos Destroid's arm-mounted gun. When the Destroids reach the other end of the tunnel, they are met with an ambush from the Cyber Cops. The Destroids fight briefly with the Cyber Cops, letting go of the captive children in the process, before continuing to attempt to escape. The Halkos Destroid is combusted by Mars' Fire Slugger bazooka, while the Ominos is gunned down by Jupiter's Megastorm. The Ominos summons the UFO—Crystallo—with its dying breath, but the craft is brought down by a blast from Jupiter's Thunder Magnum attack.
Crystallo erupts in a huge explosion, and the Cyber Cops emerge from the smoke to meet the children in safety. Together, they all walk through the park from which the children had been taken.
- Note: The film does not include opening or end credits.
Staff role on the left, staff member's name on the right.
- Directed by Kazuo Sagawa
- Stunt coordinator Haruhiko Hashimoto
- Produced by Mitsuru Toriumi
- Cinematography by Hitoshi Ishiwatari
- Insert song "A Roar To Tomorrow Cyber Heart"
- Performed by Hiroshi Nishikawa
- Composed by Daisuke Inoue
- Lyrics by Yuho Iwasato
- Arranged by Ryomei Shirai
Weapons, vehicles, races, and organizations
- Cyber Cop (サイバーコップ, alternate Japanese title)
- Computer Police Cyber Cop (電脳警察サイバーコップ, Japanese title)
- The film was advertised in TOKK magazine as being Japan's first ever 3D action movie.
- Cyber Cop premiered a day before the airing of its television counterpart's 23rd episode.
- Its Japanese title is given as simply Saibā Koppu (サイバーコップ) in a set report from the February 1989 issue of TOKK magazine, but is written with the full "Computer Police" subtitle on its title card.
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