This summer is amazing! (今年の夏はコイツが凄い！)
The battle begins, a struggle for love and courage―the world's first SFX robot action movie is finally born! (戦いが始まる、愛と勇気の戦いが―世界初ＳＦＸロボット・アクション映画、ついに誕生！)
A battlefield never before seen (誰も見たことがない戦場)
Gunhed (ガンヘッド is a Ganheddo)1989 tokusatsu mecha film co-created by Toho, Sunrise, Bandai, Kadokawa, and Imagica. It was released to Japanese theaters on July 22, 1989 and to American theaters on August 27, 1996.
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Staff role on the left, staff member's name on the right.
- Directed by Masato Harada
- Written by Jim Bannon and Masato Harada
- Produced by Yoshinari Shimatani, Tomoyuki Tanaka, Tetsuhisa Yamada, Eiji Yamaura
- Music by Toshiyuki Honda and Takayuki Baba
- Cinematography by Junichi Fujisawa
- Edited by Yoshitami Kuroiwa
- Production Design by Fumio Ogawa
- Assistant Directing by Hideyuki Inoue and Hiroshi Kubo
- Special Effects by Koichi Kawakita
- Assistant Director of Special Effects Kiyotaka Matsumoto
Actor's name on the left, character played on the right.
- Masahiro Takashima as Brooklyn
- Brenda Bakke as Sergeant Nim
- Aya Enyoji as Babe
- Yujin Harada as Seven
- Kaori Mizushima as Eleven
- James Brewster Thompson as Barabbas
- Doll Nguyen as Boomerang
- Jay Kabira as Bombbay
- Randy Reyes as Gunhed (voice)
- Mickey Curtis as Bansho
- Yosuke Saito as Boxer
- Michael Yancy as Narration
Weapons, Vehicles, and Races
- Main article: Gunhed/Gallery.
- Main article: Gunhed (Soundtrack).
- Robot War (Robotok háborúja; Hungary, Robot War; Germany)
- Gunhead (America)
- Region: 2
- Language: Japanese
ADV DVD (2004)
- Region: 1
- Discs: 1
- Language: Japanese (2.0 Stereo), English (2.0 Stereo)
- Special Features: Japanese trailer
- Notes: Reissiued in 2008. both releases are out of print.
Though Gunhed is not available on Blu-ray, an HD version can be rented or purchased on the Japanese versions of Amazon Video and iTunes.
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