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    5 days ago · MAPPA Co., Ltd. (japonês: 株式会社 MAPPA, Hepburn: Kabushiki-gaisha Mappa) é um estúdio de animação japonês fundado em 14 de junho de 2011 por Masao Maruyama, fundador e ex-produtor da Madhouse. [1] [2] "MAPPA" é um acrônimo para Maruyama Animation Produce Project Association. Em abril de 2016, Maruyama renunciou ao seu cargo no ...

  2. MAPPA (studio) - Wikipedia

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    May 01, 2021 · "MAPPA" is an acronym for Maruyama Animation Produce Project Association. [2] [3] In April 2016, Maruyama resigned his position in the studio and founded a new studio, Studio M2. [4]

    • Manabu Ootsuka (representative director)
    • Tokyo, Japan
  3. Kids on the Slope - Wikipedia

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    Apr 28, 2021 · Masao Maruyama produced the anime adaptation of Kids on the Slope. An anime adaptation of Kids on the Slope produced by MAPPA in association with Tezuka Productions was released in 2012. It was the first anime series produced by MAPPA, which was founded by Masao Maruyama in 2011 after his departure from the studio Madhouse.

  4. Lensman (1984 film) - Wikipedia

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    May 01, 2021 · Lensman: Secret of the Lens, known in Japan as Sci-Fi New Century Lensman (SF新世紀 レンズマン, Esuefu Shinseiki Renzuman), is a 1984 Japanese animated film based on the Lensman novels by E. E. Smith. Most of the CGI sequences were created by the Japan Computer Graphics Lab (JCGL).

  5. MAPPA (studio) — Wikipédia

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    May 04, 2021 · À ses 70 ans, Masao Maruyama fonde le studio MAPPA après avoir pris sa retraite de Madhouse en juin 2011 [4]. En avril 2016, Maruyama a démissionné de son poste de PDG et a fondé un nouveau studio, Studio M2 [5]. Le producteur Manabu Otsuka est ainsi devenu le nouveau PDG de la société [6].

  6. Metropolis (2001 film) - Wikipedia

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    6 days ago · Metropolis (メトロポリス, Metoroporisu) is a 2001 Japanese animated futuristic dieselpunk drama film based upon Osamu Tezuka 's 1949 manga of the same name. The film was directed by Rintaro, written by Katsuhiro Otomo, and produced by Madhouse, with conceptual support from Tezuka Productions.

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    3 days ago · Wikipedia®和维基百科标志是维基媒体基金会的注册商标;维基™是维基媒体基金会的商标。 维基媒体基金会是按美国国內稅收法501(c)(3)登记的非营利慈善机构。 隐私政策; 关于维基百科; 免责声明; 手机版视图; 开发者; 统计; Cookie声明

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    2 days ago · Nonostante il regista avesse detto al suo staff di non curarsi troppo del completamento del film, Maruyama non volle ascoltarlo. Sempre nel 2010, dopo il fallimento e il buy-out di NTV dello studio, lo staff ha iniziato a fuggire dallo studio in un esodo di massa per la cattiva gestione.

  9. Son of Godzilla (1967) | Wikizilla, the kaiju encyclopedia

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    On the remote Sollgel Island in the Pacific Ocean, a team of United Nations scientists, led by Tsunezo Kusumi, is undertaking a weather controlling experiment, hoping to allow mankind to grow food in previously unsuitable climates and potentially ending world hunger. As the scientists are getting closer to carrying out the experiment, they begin noticing strange radio interference that is adversely affecting their equipment. One day, a plane flies over the island, and a man using a parachute jumps out of it. When Kusumi and his assistant Fujisaki go to investigate, the man simply waves at them and accompanies them back to their base. He introduces himself as Goro Maki, an investigative reporter who wants a scoop on the scientists' experiments. As the experiment is meant to be top secret, the scientists refuse, but they decide to allow Maki to stay with them on the condition he help cook and clean and act as the team's photographer. As the days pass, Maki sees a giant praying mantism...

    Actor's name on the left, character played on the right. 1. Tadao Takashima as Dr. Tsunezo Kusumi 2. Bibari Maeda as Saeko Matsumiya 3. Akira Kubo as Goro Maki, journalist 4. Akihiko Hirata as Fujisaki 5. Kenji Saharaas Morio 6. Yoshio Tsuchiya as Furukawa 7. Susumu Kurobeas Meteorological observation plane captain 8. Kazuo Suzuki as Meteorological observation plane navigator 9. Kenichiro Maruyama as Ozawa 10. Seishiro Kuno as Tashiro 11. Yasuhiko Saijo as Suzuki 12. Chotaro Togin as Meteorological observation plane radio operator 13. Wataru Omae as Meteorological observation plane co-pilot 14. Seiji Onaka, Hiroshi Sekita as Godzilla 15. Haruo Nakajimaas Godzilla (water scenes) 16. Masao Fukazawa as Minilla(as "Little Man Machan") 17. Osman Yusuf as United Nationssubmarine captain (uncredited)

    The Battle of Monster Island: Son of Godzilla(literal Japanese title)
    Monster No. 1 Godzilla (怪獣No.(ナンバー)1(ワン)ゴジラ,   Kaijū Nanbā Wan Gojira, Japanese 8mm title)
    The Son of Godzilla (El hijo de Godzilla; Spain; Mexico; Il figlio di Godzilla; Italy; Syn Godzilla; Poland)
    The Planet of the Monsters (La planète des monstres; France; French Belgium; De planeet der monsters; Dutch Belgium)

    View all posters for the film here. 1. Japan - December 16, 1967 [view poster]; August 1, 1973 (Toho Champion Festival)[view poster] 2. Thailand - 1968 3. United Kingdom - August 1969 4. Italy - 1969 [view poster] 5. Taiwan - December 30, 1970 6. Germany - 1971 [view poster] 7. Mexico - 1971 [view poster] 8. Sweden - 1973 9. Poland - 1974 [view poster] 10. Finland - 1976 11. France - 1978 12. Netherlands - 1978 13. Spain - 1979 [view poster]

    U.S. release

    Like Ebirah, Horror of the Deep, Son of Godzilla was released directly to American television by the Walter Reade Organization in 1969, with an English dub recorded in New Yorkand directed by Peter Fernandez, utilizing many voice actors from Titan Productions, Inc. Very little was changed for the film's Americanization: 1. The opening sequence in which a military plane spots Godzilla heading for the radio interference on Sollgel Island is removed. In its place is the U.S. version's main title...

    United Kingdom release

    Nat Miller brought the international English dub of Son of Godzilla to UK theaters in August 1969, as part of a double feature with Ebirah, Horror of the Deep. Edited down to 71 minutes, it received an U (Universal) rating from the British Board of Film Censors. PolyGram Video released it on VHS in 1992 with Terror of Mechagodzilla, followed by 4 Front Video in 1998. Sony released the Japanese version of the film on Blu-ray in 2019 as part of the The Criterion Collection's Godzilla: The Showa...

    TohoDVD (2003) 1. Region: 2 2. Discs: 1 3. Audio: Japanese (2.0 Mono and 5.1 Surround) 4. Subtitles: Japanese 5. Special Features: Audio commentary by special effects director Sadamasa Arikawa, 8mm version (5 minutes), theatrical trailer, storybook with narration TriStar PicturesDVD (2004) 1. Region: 1 2. Discs: 1 3. Audio: Japanese (2.0 Mono), English (2.0 Mono, international dub) 4. Subtitles: English 5. Special Features: Trailers 6. Notes: Out of print. MadmanDVD (2006) 1. Region: 0 2. Discs: 1 3. Audio: Japanese (2.0 Mono and 5.1 Surround), English (2.0 Mono, international dub) 4. Subtitles: English 5. Special Features: Japanese trailer, poster gallery, Madman-made trailers The Criterion Collection Blu-ray (2019) [Godzilla: The Showa-Era Films, 1954–1975] 1. Region: A/1 or B/2 2. Discs: 8 3. Audio: Japanese, English (international dub) 4. Subtitles: English 5. Special Features: All bonus features on Criterion's Godzilla Blu-ray, 1990 Ishiro Honda interview by Yoshimitsu Banno, i...

    When Son of Godzillawas released on December 16, 1967 in Japan, it sold 2,480,000 tickets. When the film was re-issued on August 1, 1973, it received 610,000 attendees, adding up to a rough attendance total of 3,090,000.

    The film received mixed reviews. Critics enjoyed the style and monster fights, but thought the film was too childish. It currently owns a 67% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. The film sold 2,480,000 tickets. It was released for TV in the US in 1969, and was not screened for critics.

    Following the conclusion of Toho's naming campaign for the still unnamed-Minilla prior to the release of Son of Godzilla, where as many as 8,211 applicants had submitted entries,a raffle was conduc...
    A sequence that shows Godzilla leaving Minilla behind on the freezing Sollgel Island and making it to shore before turning back was cut from the final film's ending. Part of the sequence has surviv...
  10. Destroy All Monsters (1968) | Wikizilla, the kaiju encyclopedia

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    At the end of the 20th century, the United Nations Science Committee has captured and contained all of Earth's monsters on an island located in the Ogasawara chain dubbed "Monsterland." The island is monitored from a special underground control center staffed by scientists who ensure the monsters stay secure and also study them. One day, a cloud of knockout gas suddenly appears over the island, knocking the monsters and the human researchers all unconscious. Soon after, the monsters begin to appear in major cities across the globe: Godzilla attacks New York, Rodan appears in Moscow, Gorosaurus destroys Paris, Mothra terrorizes Beijing, and Manda assaults London. With communications with Monsterland mysteriously severed, the UNSC sends Katsuo Yamabe and the crew of the Moonlight SY-3 to end their patrol on the Moon and investigate the island. They find the island badly damaged and all of the monsters gone. Yamabe and his men enter the research base under the island and find the staff...

    Actor's name on the left, character played on the right. 1. Akira Kubo as Moonlight SY-3 Captain Katsuo Yamabe 2. Yukiko Kobayashi as Kyoko Manabe, Monsterlandpersonnel 3. Kyoko Ai as Kilaak Queen 4. Jun Tazakias Dr. Yoshida 5. Yoshio Tsuchiyaas Dr. Otani, Monsterland scientist 6. Kenji Saharaas Nishikawa, Moon Base commander 7. Kazuo Suzuki as Ogasawara Monsterland control center engineer 8. Toru Ibukias Tetsuo Ise, Monsterland engineer 9. Minoru Ito as Minoru Kudo, Monsterland engineer 10. Susumu Kurobeas Nobuo Kuroiwa, Monsterland engineer 11. Hisaya Itoas Major Tada 12. Yoshibumi Tajimaas Security Commander Sugiyama 13. Nadao Kirino, Naoya Kusakawa as International Police detectives 14. Wataru Omae as Arima, Moonlight SY-3 crew member 15. Chotaro Togin as Okada, Moonlight SY-3 crew member 16. Yasuhiko Saijyo as Fujita, Moonlight SY-3 crew member 17. Seishiro Kuno as Yanai, Moonlight SY-3 crew member 18. Ken Echigo as Yoshikawa, Moonlight SY-3 crew member 19. Ikio Sawamura as Eld...

    Monster Total Advancement (Literal Japanese title)
    Godzilla: The Grand Blitz Operation (ゴジラ電撃大作戦,   Gojira Dengeki Daisakusen, Japanese re-release title)
    Assemble All Monsters! (オール怪獣集合せよ!,   Ōru Kaijū Shūgōseyo!, Japanese 8mm title)
    Monster Olympics (怪獣オリンピック,   Kaijū Orinpikku, Japanese 8mm title)

    View all posters for the film here. 1. Japan - August 1, 1968 [view poster]; December 17, 1972 [view poster] 2. United States - 1969 [view poster] 3. Thailand - 1968 4. England - December 1969 5. Italy - 1969; 1977 [view poster] 6. Mexico - 1969 7. Belgium - 1970 [view poster] 8. France - 1970 [view poster] 9. Germany - 1971 [view poster] 10. Turkey - 1971 11. Finland - 1972 12. Turkey - 1972 [view poster] 13. Iran - 1977 14. Spain - 1978

    U.S. release

    Some time after Destroy All Monsters was released in Japan, Toho commissioned Frontier Enterprises to produce an English-dubbed version. This international version of the film was subsequently released in some foreign territories, although it would go unreleased in the U.S. until 1996, when the Sci-Fi Channel would license Destroy All Monsters and Godzilla vs. Hedorahfor broadcast. American International Pictures released Destroy All Monsters theatrically in North America in May 1969. A secon...

    United Kingdom release

    Warner-Pathe brought AIP's version of Destroy All Monsters to UK theaters in 1969, as part of a double feature with Killers Three. It received an X rating from the British Board of Film Censors, preventing children under 16 from seeing it. The international version of the film was first released in the UK in 1992, when PolyGram Video released it on VHS with Invasion of Astro-Monster and Ebirah, Horror of the Deep. 4 Front Video reissued the film on VHS in 1998. Sony released the Japanese vers...

    Destroy All Monstershad a budget of roughly ¥200,000,000 and received an attendance of 2,580,000 on its original August 1, 1968 Japanese release.

    Destroy All Monsters has received acclaim among Godzilla fans. The New York Times did not review the film upon release, but film critic Howard Thompson gave it a positive review on a re-release at a children's matinee with the Bugs Bunny short, Napoleon Bunny-Part, in December of 1970. He commented that "the feature wasn't bad at all of this type. The trick photography and especially the blended sweep and skill of the miniature settings provided the visual splash. The human beings, with good dubbed English voices, were a personable lot as they wrestled with some outer space culprits who had rounded up Japan's favorite monsters and turned them against the planet Earth." Among modern critics, Steve Biodrowski of Cinefantastique wrote, "In the end, Destroy All Monsters is too slim in its storyline, too thin in its characterizations, to be considered a truly great film. It is not as impressive as the original Godzilla, and it is not as hip as name Zero. But for the ten-year-old living i...

    ADV FilmsDVD (1999/2004) 1. Region: 1 2. Discs: 1 3. Audio: English (2.0 Mono, international dub) 4. Subtitles: None 5. Special Features: None 6. Notes: The 2004 release is packaged with the film's soundtrack. Out of print. TohoDVD (2003) 1. Region: 2 2. Discs: 1 3. Audio: Japanese (2.0 Mono, 5.1 Surround) 4. Subtitles: Japanese 5. Special Features: Audio commentary by Seiji Tani, three 8mm films (two for Destroy All Monsters, one for Atragon) and narrated storybooks based on them, theatrical trailer MadmanDVD (2006) 1. Region: 4 2. Discs: 1 3. Audio: Japanese, English (2.0 Mono, international dub) 4. Subtitles: English 5. Special Features: Theatrical trailer, trivia, poster gallery, Madman-produced trailers Tokyo ShockDVD/Blu-ray (2011) 1. Region: 1 2. Audio: Japanese (2.0 Mono, 5.1 Surround), English (2.0 Mono, international and Titan dubs) 3. Subtitles: English 4. Special Features: Audio commentary by Ed Godziszewski and Steve Ryfle, galleries of posters, production stills, and b...

    This film has the greatest number of monsters to appear in one Godzilla movie in the Showa series, and the second greatest number out of all the films, only surpassed in 2004 by Godzilla: Final War...
    Originally, the film was meant to feature Ebirah and Maguma. Both were swapped out for Anguirus, Minilla and Gorosaurus. The first draft for this film called for Kamacuras[citation needed] and even...
    In Godzilla: The Series, there was a three-part story arc called Monster Wars. During these episodes, aliens known as the Leviathan Aliens appear and take control of the monsters of Earth, sending...
    Destroy All Monsters was intended to be the last Godzilla movie, but due to its success Toho decided to continue producing more films. However, the next film, All Monsters Attack, was comprised pri...
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