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vhs jacket

Bubblegum Crisis 7
Double Vision

© 1990 Artmic Inc. & Youmex Inc., © 1992 AnimEigo, Inc.
Color / Stereo / 45 minutes / Japanese Language / English Subtitles

cover synopsis

Houston, Texas, 2033 A.D. A GENOM executive inks a pact with the Gulf & Bradley Corporation to produce a sophisticated new combat Boomer. McLaren, G&B's Boomer expert, is looking forward to sampling the pleasures of MegaTokyo while working on the project.

The festivities are rudely interrupted by a powerful crab-like Mecha. McLaren is the only survivor of the attack.

Meanwhile, in MegaTokyo, the big news is the upcoming concert by Vision, a very famous and very mysterious Rock Star. Need we mention that Priss is not at all impressed? Vision's concert is just a cover. She's really here to avenge the murder of her little sister, Irene, who was murdered by a Boomer in "Born to Kill."

Assisted by the faithful Kou, she attacks the research center in her Mecha, but her reluctance to kill innocent bystanders dooms the attempt to failure. McLaren, more that a little unnerved by the attack, arranges for some protection - The Knight Sabers!

cast list

Sylia Stingray: Sakakibara Yoshiko
Priss (Priscilla S.) Asagiri: Omori Kinuko
Linna Yamazaki: Tomizawa Michie
Nene Romanova: Hiramatsu Akiko
Quincy: Kawakubo Kiyoshi
Leon McNichol: Furukawa Toshi
Daley Wong: Horiuchi Kenyu
Chief: Sato Shoji
Fargo: Yamadera Koichi
Vision (Reika Chang): Hashimoto Maiko
Dr. Richard McLaren: Sawaki Ikuya
G&B President: Hirose Masashi
Mr. Chang: Mine Eken
Irene Chang: Ito Miki
Kou: Matsumoto Yasunori
Yamada: Kobayashi Michitaka
Interviewer: Tohma Yumi
Staffer A: Suzuki Katsumi

production info

Executive Producer: Fujita Junji Planning, Original Story and Screenplay: Suzuki Toshimichi Storyboards and Direction: Takayama Fumihiko Character Designs: Sonoda Kenichi Production Designs: Yamane Kimitoshi, Yumeno Ley & Aramaki Shinji Chief Animation Director & Guest Character Designs: Urushibara Satoshi Animation Directors: Yoshimoto Kinji & Kajishima Masaki Art Director: Nango Yoichi Director of Photography: Konishi Kazuhiro Music: Makaino Kouji Music Producer: Fujita Junji Producer: Tazaki Hiroshi

English Version Producer:Robert J. Woodhead English Version Director: Michael House English Version Dialogue Editor: Roe. R. Adams, III, KTJ Translators: Michael House, Shin Kurokawa

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