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Akira
Akira 1988
Directed By Katsuhiro Otomo
Screenplay By Katsuhiro Otomo, Izo Hashimoto
Cast Nozomu Sasaki, Mitsuo Iwata, Mami Koyama, Taro Ishida
Produced By Ryohei Suzuki, Shunzo Kato
Film Editing By Takeshi Seyama
Cinematography By Katsuji Misawa
Music By Shoji Yamashiro
Studio

Tokyo Movie Shinsha

Country

Japan

Language

Japanese

Release Date

July 16, 1988

Runtime

124 Minutes

Rating R
Distributed By

Toho

Overview

Plot

Cast

  • Mitsuo Iwata as Kaneda
  • Nozomu Sasaki as Tetsuo
  • Mami Koyama as Kei
  • Tessho Genda as Ryu
  • Hiroshi Otake as Nezu
  • Koichi Kitamura as Miyako
  • Michihiro Ikemizu as Inspector
  • Yuriko Fuchizaki as Kaori
  • Masaaki Okura as Yamagata
  • Taro Arakawa as Watanabe
  • Takeshi Kusao as Kai
  • Kazumi Tanaka as Army
  • Masayuki Kato as Sakiyama
  • Masato Hirano as Yuji
  • Yukimasa Kishino as Kuwata
  • Kazuhiro Kamifuji as Masaru
  • Tatsuhiko Nakamura as Takashi
  • Fukue Ito as Kiyoko
  • Kozo Shioya as Miyako Follower
  • Kayoko Fujii as Girl A
  • Masami Toyoshima as Girl B
  • Yuka Ono as Girl C
  • Cam Clarke as Kaneda, Councilman 1, Scientist 2
  • Steve Kramer as Roy, SOL Tech 1, Man on Insider's Phone, Man Leading People to Akira, Tech Requesting Ground Forces, Man on Vehicle Radio 2, School Disciplinarian, SOL Tech 3, Man Declaring Akira's Return, Councilman 5, SOL Tech 2, Tank Pilot, Bonfire Speaker, Stadium Soldier 3, Radio Relayer, Stadium Soldier 1, Intrusion Reporter, Bridge Soldier 2, Man on Vehicle Radio 1, Priest, Building Clearance Tech, Walla, Interrogator 1, SOL Tech 3
  • Lewis Arquette as Doctor
  • Barbara Goodson as Takashi, Kaori, Council 4, Groupie Orange 2, Groupie Darker Brunette, Female Anchor, Walla
  • Jan Rabson as Tetsuo, Gang 4, Council 6
  • Tony Pope as Colonel, Yama, Insider, Resistance 3, Interrogator 1, Barrier PA, Building Alarm, Waiter, Bombing PA, Grenadier, Gang 5, Sewer Vehicle, 375, Walla
  • Lara Cody as Masaru, Kai, Gang 2, Sewer Cop 2, Male Nurse, Arrest Officer, Restaurant Man, Walla
  • Melora Harte as Kiyoko
  • Julie Phelan as Groupie Light Brunette 2, Female Nurse, Secretary
  • Johnny Yong Bosch as Kaneda
  • Joshua Seth as Tetsuo
  • Wendee Lee as Kei
  • Sandy Fox as Kiyoko
  • Jamieson Price as Colonel
  • Cody MacKenzie as Takashi
  • Bob Buchholz as Ryu
  • Michael Lindsay as Yamagata
  • Mike Reynolds as Nezu
  • Patricia Ja Lee as Groupie 3
  • Michelle Ruff as Kaori
  • Robert Axelrod as Shimazaki
  • Steve Blum as Additional Voices
  • Simon Prescott as Doctor

Production

Reception

External Links

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