Mikadoroid (1991)

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Mikadoroid
Alternate Titles
Flagicon United States.png Mikadroid: Robokill Beneath Disco Club Layla (DVD 2006)
Directed by Satoo Haraguchi,
Tomoo Haraguchi
Produced by Haruo Sai,[1]
Kazumasa Shimoizaka,[1]
Kenji Nagai[1]
Written by Tomoo Haraguchi,[1]
Junki Takegami[1]
Music by Kenji Kawai[1]
Distributor TohoJP
DiscotekUS
Budget ~¥50,000,000[2]
Running Time 73 minutes
(1 hour, 13 minutes)
Aspect Ratio 1.33:1
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Mikadoroid (ミカドロイド,   Mikadoroido) is a 1991 tokusatsu horror film co-produced by Toho, Tohokushinsha, and Tsuburaya. The film was released to Japanese home video on November 8, 1991.[1]

Plot

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Staff

Staff role on the left, staff member's name on the right.

  • Directed by   Satoo Haraguchi and Tomoo Haraguchi
  • Written by   Tomoo Haraguchi
  • Produced by   Haruo Sai, Kazumasa Shimoizaka, and Kenji Nagai
  • Executive Producing by   Akio Sato
  • Music by   Kenji Kawai
  • Cinematography by   Yosuke Mamiya, Keiichi Sakurai, and Toshimitsu Oneta
  • Edited by   Ryuichi Takano
  • Assistant Directing by   Shuichi Yokota
  • Special Effects by   Osamu Kume and Yasushi Iwata
  • Planning by   Masamichi Fujiwara, Watari Hama, and Tsubara Tsuburaya
  • Supervising Director   Akio Jissoji
  • Lighting by   Yoshimi Hosaka and Hotani Hayashi
  • Art by   Shinichi Mizuno and Masato Inetsuki
  • Recording by   Tokuko Shishikura
  • Audio Recording by   Naoko Asari
  • Supervising Assistant   Koji Kamizono
  • Practical Effects by   Izumi Negishi and Kenichi Ueda
  • Stunt Coordination by   Tatsumi Nikamoto
  • Firearms by   Kikuo Notomi
  • Stills by   Toru Watanabe
  • Director of Special Effects   Shinji Higuchi
  • Visual Effects by   Minoru Nakano
  • Character Design by   Ran Ashita

Cast

Actor's name on the left, character played on the right.

  • Yoriko Doguchi   as   Saiko
  • Tomonori Yoshida   as   Tomita
  • Hiroshi Atsumi   as   Okazaki
  • Takuya Tsuda   as   Toshishige
  • Kenji Hayami   as   Kitami
  • Masako Takeda   as   Noriko
  • Reo Morimoto   as   Man at lodging house
  • Kiyoshi Kurosawa   as   Military police officer A
  • Kaizo Hayashi   as   Military police officer B
  • Makoto Tetsuka   as   Military police officer C
  • Kimiaki Mitsumasu   as   Commissioned officer
  • Keiichiro Gyakuki   as   Voice of phone
  • Masao Fukazawa   as   Man at lodging house
  • Ryu Hariken   as   Jinra (Nabeshima)
  • Mami Hirota   as   Shibukaji woman A
  • Aya Nagae   as   Bodycon A
  • Hiroko Sakairi   as   Bodycon B
  • Ayuko Touma   as   Shibukaji woman B
  • Takayuki Kitamura   as   Shibukaji man A (Yusuke)
  • Yuya Sakagami   as   Shibukaji man B
  • Keinosuke Suzuki   as   Shibukaji man A colleague
  • Ikuo Nakamura   as   Colleague (Kida)
  • Marie   as   Black-clothed staff (Tabo)
  • KOJI   as   Clerk A
  • Sandayu Dokumamushi   as   Security guard
  • Masato Ibu   as   Doctor

Appearances

Monsters

Weapons, Vehicles, and Races

Gallery

Main article: Mikadoroid/Gallery.

Soundtrack

Main article: Mikadoroid (Soundtrack).

Video Releases

Toho DVD (2002)[3]

  • Region: 2
  • Discs: 1
  • Audio: Japanese

Discotek Media DVD (2006)

  • Region: 1
  • Discs: 1
  • Audio: Japanese (2.0 Stereo)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Special Features: Behind-the-scenes featurette (14 minutes), text about the production, photo galleries, trailers for the film and other Discotek releases

Deagostini Japan DVD (2012)[4]

  • Discs: 1
  • Audio: Japanese

Videos

Trailers

Japanese Mikadoroid trailer

References

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