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'''''Machine Robo Rescue''''' is an anime series based on Bandai/Poppy's long running Machine Robo toyline. Produced by Sunrise, the show aired for 53 episodes between January 2003 and January 2004 on TV Tokyo.
 
'''''Machine Robo Rescue''''' is an anime series based on Bandai/Poppy's long running Machine Robo toyline. Produced by Sunrise, the show aired for 53 episodes between January 2003 and January 2004 on TV Tokyo.
  
Unreleased in western English-speaking markets, ''Machine Robo Rescue'' received an English dub for the south east Asian one. The series premiered on Kids Central in Singapore in September 2005.<ref>[http://web.archive.org/web/20051228225230/http://www.kidscentral.sg:80/WhatsNew/sep05/robo.jpg Wayback Machine] Retrieved November 20, 2017.</ref><ref>[http://web.archive.org/web/20051211113548/http://www.kidscentral.sg:80/tv/tvGuide/kids_list_daily.asp Kidscentral TV Listings] Retrieved November 20, 2017.</ref> The dub was produced locally at Voiceovers Unlimited and was directed by Brian Zimmerman.<ref>[http://archive.is/Ryui Dwayne's Delirious Den - Resume] Retrieved November 20, 2017.</ref><ref>[http://resumes.breakdownexpress.com/139696-1337599 Cindy Creekmore - Resume] Retrieved November 20, 2017.</ref> It starred Cindy Creekmore, Chuck Powers, Dwayne Tan, Emily Williams, Natasha Malinsky and Paul Pistore.<ref>[https://www.animenewsnetwork.com/encyclopedia/anime.php?id=1966 Shutsugeki! Machine Robo Rescue (TV)] Retrieved November 20, 2017.</ref>
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Unreleased in western English-speaking markets, ''Machine Robo Rescue'' received an English dub for the south-east Asian one. The series premiered on Kids Central in Singapore in September 2005.<ref>[http://web.archive.org/web/20051228225230/http://www.kidscentral.sg:80/WhatsNew/sep05/robo.jpg Wayback Machine] Retrieved 20 Nov '17</ref><ref>[http://web.archive.org/web/20051211113548/http://www.kidscentral.sg:80/tv/tvGuide/kids_list_daily.asp Kidscentral TV Listings] Retrieved 20 Nov '17</ref> The dub was produced locally at Voiceovers Unlimited and was directed by Brian Zimmerman.<ref>[http://archive.is/Ryui Dwayne's Delirious Den - Resume] Retrieved 20 Nov '17</ref><ref>[http://resumes.breakdownexpress.com/139696-1337599 Cindy Creekmore - Resume] Retrieved November 20, 2017.</ref> It starred Cindy Creekmore, Chuck Powers, Dwayne Tan, Emily Williams, Natasha Malinsky and Paul Pistore.<ref>[https://www.animenewsnetwork.com/encyclopedia/anime.php?id=1966 Shutsugeki! Machine Robo Rescue (TV)] Retrieved 20 Nov '17</ref>
  
VCDs for the series were released in south east Asian markets, though they've long gone out of print and are difficult to obtain.<ref>[https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20120309211511AAD2JDk Machine Robo Rescue english dubbed?] Retrieved November 20, 2017.</ref> Only the first episode has surfaced online.
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VCDs for the series were released in south-east Asian markets, though they've long gone out of print and are difficult to obtain.<ref>[https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20120309211511AAD2JDk Machine Robo Rescue English dubbed?] Retrieved 20 Nov '17</ref> Only the first episode has surfaced online.
  
 
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Revision as of 03:00, 21 November 2017

Machine robo rescue.jpg

Japanese DVD cover.

Status: Lost

Machine Robo Rescue is an anime series based on Bandai/Poppy's long running Machine Robo toyline. Produced by Sunrise, the show aired for 53 episodes between January 2003 and January 2004 on TV Tokyo.

Unreleased in western English-speaking markets, Machine Robo Rescue received an English dub for the south-east Asian one. The series premiered on Kids Central in Singapore in September 2005.[1][2] The dub was produced locally at Voiceovers Unlimited and was directed by Brian Zimmerman.[3][4] It starred Cindy Creekmore, Chuck Powers, Dwayne Tan, Emily Williams, Natasha Malinsky and Paul Pistore.[5]

VCDs for the series were released in south-east Asian markets, though they've long gone out of print and are difficult to obtain.[6] Only the first episode has surfaced online.

Cast

  • Cindy Creekmore - Taiyo Ozora, Rin Haruka
  • Chuck Powers - Brad Bitou, Col. Hazard, Shou Ashigawa, Susumu Utada, Tsuyoshi Utada
  • Dwayne Tan - Arias "Ace" Hono, Gyro Robo, Jay, Ken Minami, Koshiro Sakaki, Submarine Robo
  • Emily Williams - Alice Beckham, Makoto Aikawa
  • Natasha Malinsky - Marie Bitou, Sayuri Suizenji
  • Paul Pistore - Bon, FireRobo, Gura Gorros, Jet Robo, Kai Kitazawa, Kaiser-G, Musashi Miyajima

Gallery

Episode 1 clip
Episode 1 clip
Episode 1 clip

References

  1. Wayback Machine Retrieved 20 Nov '17
  2. Kidscentral TV Listings Retrieved 20 Nov '17
  3. Dwayne's Delirious Den - Resume Retrieved 20 Nov '17
  4. Cindy Creekmore - Resume Retrieved November 20, 2017.
  5. Shutsugeki! Machine Robo Rescue (TV) Retrieved 20 Nov '17
  6. Machine Robo Rescue English dubbed? Retrieved 20 Nov '17