Rosetta the Masked Angel: Rosetta vs. Freia (1999)
Rosetta the Masked Angel: Rosetta vs. Freia (仮面天使ロゼッタ 漆黒のフレイア is a Kamen Tenshi Rozetta Shikkoku no Fureia, lit. Masked Angel Rosetta: Jet-Black Freia)1999 direct-to-video tokusatsu film produced by Toho, based on the 1998 Tsuburaya Entertainment television series Rosetta the Masked Angel. It was released on VHS and Laserdisc on November 21, 1999.
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Staff role on the left, staff member's name on the right.
- Directed by Atsushi Shimizu
- Written by Rima Nozoe
- Based on a story by Kazuya Hatazawa
- Executive producers Masamichi Fujiwara, Akira Tsuburaya
- Co-executive producer Haruo Sai
- Produced by Yuichi Murata, Tomoyuki Imai
- Music by Kou Nakagawa
- Theme song "Rosetta the Masked Angel"
- Performed by Rei Yoshii, Mae Yoshikawa
- Written by Mask Ed Angels
- Composed and arranged by Kou Nakagawa
- Theme song "Cool-Girl"
- Performed by Rei Yoshii
- Written by Hiromi Mori
- Composed by Takashi Kudo
- Arranged by Tadashi Yatabe
Actor's name on the left, character played on the right.
- Rei Yoshii as Asuka Jin
- Tetsuya Ushio as Kenichiro Jin
- Shigeri Higuchi as Atsuko Jin
- Mae Yoshikawa as Kyoko Shingu
- Sugisaku Imagawa as Homeroom teacher
- Michio Hisauchi as Janitor
- Kotaro Okamoto as Yuichi Sawamura
- Rei Natsume as Tamaki Nojima
- Tsuyoshi Tasaku Fukushima as President Shoji Nakata
- Misako Nagashima as Masked Angel Rosetta
- Masahiro Nagai as Pharaon / Sigdolber
- Yumi Takahashi as Masked Angel Freia
- Taketoshi Suzuki as Delimash
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- Main article: Rosetta the Masked Angel: Rosetta vs. Freia/Gallery.
- Masked Angel Rosetta: Jet-Black Freia (literal Japanese title)
- Rosetta the Masked Angel: Jet-Black Freia (alternate translation)
- Released: November 21, 1999
- Language: Japanese
- Format: Color
- Other Details: 73 minutes run time, 1 tape
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