Tokyo Blackout (1987)
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Tokyo Blackout (首都消失 is a 1987 Shuto Shōshitsu, lit. The Capital Disappears)tokusatsu disaster film co-produced by Kansai TV, Tokuma Shoten, and Daiei and distributed by Toho. An adaptation of Sakyo Komatsu's 1983 novel of the same name, the film was released to Japanese theaters on January 17, 1987, and to American and Canadian theaters on August 29 of the same year.
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- Main article: Tokyo Blackout/Credits.
Staff role on the left, staff member's name on the right.
- Directed by Toshio Masuda
- Written by Hiroyasu Yamaura, Toshio Masuda
- Based on the novel Tokyo Blackout by Sakyo Komatsu
- Produced by Katsumi Mizoguchi, Miki Kayahara
- Executive producers Yasuyoshi Tokuma, Shichiro Murakami
- Associate producers Seikichi Izumi, Kosaku Wada
- Music by Maurice Jarre
- Cinematography by Masahiko Imura
- Edited by Toshio Taniguchi
- Production design by Shigekazu Ikuno
- Assistant directing by Akira Ueno
- Director of special effects Teruyoshi Nakano
- Assistant director of special effects Eiichi Asada
Actor's name on the left, character played on the right.
Weapons, Vehicles and Races
- "The Cloud" / Object O
- SCM truck
- M3A1 half-track
- Type 73 Heavy Truck
- Type 73 Light Truck
- Mitsubishi F-4EJ Phantom II
- Mitsubishi LR-1
- Kawasaki P-3C Orion
- Shin Meiwa US-1A
- Kawasaki Vertol KV-107IIA-4
- Mitsubishi MU-2S
- Kawasaki Vertol KV-107IIA-5
- Kawasaki OH-6J
- Bell-Fuji UH-1H
- Bell 212
- Mizuho-class patrol vessel (PLH-21 Mizuho)
- OR-01 Shirasagi
- Bell 222
- Lockheed EP-3E Aries
- USS Enterprise
- California-class cruiser
- Kamov Ka-25
- Moskva-class helicopter carrier
- Kashin-class destroyer
- Shinkai 2000
- Tupolev Tu-22M Backfire (mentioned)
- Tupolev Tu-16 Badger (mentioned)
- Kiev-class aircraft carrier (Minsk; mentioned)
- Tbilisi (mentioned)
- Victor-class submarine (Shchuka; mentioned)
- Main article: Tokyo Blackout/Gallery.
- Main article: Tokyo Blackout (soundtrack).
- Japan - January 17, 1987
- United States, Canada - August 29, 1987
- The Capital Disappears (literal Japanese title)
- Disappearance of the Capital (alternate translation)
Kadokawa Entertainment DVD (2005)
- Region: 2
- Discs: 1
- Audio: Japanese (2.0)
- Subtitles: None
- Special features: None
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