Mikadoroid (1991)

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Mikadoroid
The Japanese poster for Mikadoroid
Alternate titles
Flagicon United States.png Mikadroid: Robokill Beneath Disco Club Layla (DVD 2006)

Directed by Tomo Haraguchi, Sato Haraguchi
Produced by Haruo Sai, Kazumasa Shimoizaka,
Kenji Nagai
Written by Tomo Haraguchi, Junki Takegami
Music by Kenji Kawai
Distributor TohoJP,
DiscotekUS
Budget ~¥50,000,000[1]
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.[2]

Plot

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Staff

Main article: Mikadoroid/Credits.

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

  • Directed by   Tomo Haraguchi, Sato Haraguchi
  • Written by   Tomo Haraguchi, Junki Takegami
  • Produced by   Haruo Sai, Kazumasa Shimoizaka, Kenji Nagai
  • Music by   Kenji Kawai
  • Cinematography by   Yosuke Mamiya
  • Edited by   Ryuichi Takano
  • Production Design by   Shinichi Mizuno
  • Assistant Directing by   Koji Kamizono
  • Special Effects by   Shinji Higuchi, Keiichi Sakurai, Hokoku Hayashi, Minoru Nakano, Masato Inatsuki, Yasushi Iwata, Kenichi Ueda, Shuichi Yokota

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   Riju
  • 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 Tezuka   as   Military police officer C
  • Kimiaki Mitsumasu   as   Commissioned officer
  • Keiichiro Sakagi   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 Toma   as   Shibukaji woman B
  • Takayuki Kitamura   as   Shibukaji man A (Yusuke)
  • Yuya Sakagami   as   Shibukaji man B
  • Keinosuke Suzuki   as   Shibukaji man A's colleague
  • KOJI   as   Clerk A
  • Sandayu Dokumamushi   as   Security guard
  • Masato Ibu   as   Doctor

Appearances

Monsters

Weapons, Vehicles, and Races

  • Bergmann Type 100 submachine gun
  • Type 98 army saber
  • Type 3 automatic incendiary device
  • 5kg bombs
  • Type 14 pistol
  • Type 96 light machine gun
  • Type 97 grenade
  • Goremu

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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