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Armitage III

Episode 4: Bit of Love

© 1995 AIC, Pioneer LDC Inc.
Color / Stereo / 30 minutes / Japanese Language / English Subtitles


Both D'anclaudes -- the original, and the Third -- are lost in the flames of Shinora. Now the only one remaining with the knowledge of the secret of the Thirds is Asakura. With the lead he provides them -- "Asakura is at the dome on top of Dannich Hill" -- Armitage and Ross head out to follow it up. But the Asakura they find has had his memories altered, and had no recollection of Armitage. Armitage finds herself in the pits of despair... Will the secret of her existance ever be revealed to her...?

cast list

Naomi Armitage: Kasahara Hiroko
Ross Sylibus: Masutani Yasunori
Larry Randolph: Masaharu Sato
Eddie Barrows: Kakegawa Hirohiko
Chris Brown: Hayashi Nobutoshi
Wilbur D'anclaude: Nakano Ryusei

production info

Executive Director: Ochi Hiroyuki Character Designs: Ochi Hiroyuki Screenwriter: Konaka Chiaki Director: Ochi Hiroyuki Designer: Takeuchi Atsushi Animation Director: Ochi Hiroyuki, Abe Kunihiro Art Director: Kato Hiroshi Sound Effects Director: Mima Masafumi Music: Namba Hiroyuki

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