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Super Atragon (1995)

Animation, Sci-Fi, War

In 1932, the Japanese Army investigates a mysterious meteorite crash in Manchuria, and discovers a strange material that produces a previously unknown kind of energy. The mineral is later used during the Second World War to power a massive...See moreIn 1932, the Japanese Army investigates a mysterious meteorite crash in Manchuria, and discovers a strange material that produces a previously unknown kind of energy. The mineral is later used during the Second World War to power a massive submersible battleship Ra, which is built to revitalize the war effort. Shortly before the launch, a young woman named Annette approaches the officers of the Ra and implores them not to use the battlesub. She says the material was sent by subterranean humans to test the surface dwellers right to live, and by using it as a weapon of war they are sealing the human race's fate. The Ra is launched in the twilight days of the war, and shortly after the bombing of Hiroshima the Ra encounters the American battlesub Liberty, whose crew has been tricked into fighting the Ra by Annette's former partner and friend Avatar, whose appraisal of the human race is much more negative than her counterpart. Annette stops Avatar with a blast of mental energy, but the Ra and Liberty destroy each other. Annette and the Ra's first officer are the only survivors. Fifty years later, an unaged Annette and the grandson of the Ra's captain, Go Arisake, are part of a UN team sent to investigate microwaves being generated at the South Pole. It proves to be a prelude to a massive attack from below the Earth, led by Avatar, that will culminate in the complete destruction of the surface humans. However, Go discovers his grandfather's old ship has been found and rebuild as humanity's last line of the defense, commanded by his believed to be dead father, as the final battle to defend Earth begins. Written by Anonymous See less
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Updated Dec 18, 1995

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Jul 14, 1998 (United States)

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Aaron Krohn
Go Arisaka / Masashi Hyuga (voice) (version: English) Go Arisaka / Masashi Hyuga (voice) (version: English)   See fewer
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Amanda Winn Lee
Annette / Additional Voices (voice) (version: English) (as Amanda Winn) Annette / Additional Voices (voice) (version: English) (as Amanda Winn)   See fewer
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Tiffany Grant
Avatar / Young Go / Additional Voices (voice) (version: English) Avatar / Young Go / Additional Voices (voice) (version: English)   See fewer
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Rob Mungle
Magane Hyuga (voice) (version: English) Magane Hyuga (voice) (version: English)   See fewer
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Rick Peeples
Mitsugu Kageyama / Doc / Chief / Additional Voices (voice) (version: English) (as Robert Peeples and Richard Peeples and Rick Peeples) Mitsugu Kageyama / Doc / Chief / Additional Voices (voice) (version: English) (as Robert Peeples and Richard Peeples and Rick Peeples)   See fewer
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Brett Weaver
Young Kageyama / Adjutant / Additional Voices (voice) (version: English) Young Kageyama / Adjutant / Additional Voices (voice) (version: English)   See fewer
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Jason Lee
Stoner / Additional Voices (voice) (version: English) Stoner / Additional Voices (voice) (version: English)   See fewer
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Tristan MacAvery
Elder Tachibana / Admiral Bogart / Additional Voices (voice) (version: English) Elder Tachibana / Admiral Bogart / Additional Voices (voice) (version: English)   See fewer
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Marcy Rae
Shino Arisaka / Additional Voices (voice) (version: English) Shino Arisaka / Additional Voices (voice) (version: English)   See fewer
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Allison Keith
Sabra / Additional Voices (voice) (version: English) Sabra / Additional Voices (voice) (version: English)   See fewer
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Doug Smith
Hino / Additional Voices (voice) (version: English) Hino / Additional Voices (voice) (version: English)   See fewer
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Kurt Stoll
Yoshioka / Takano (voice) (version: English) Yoshioka / Takano (voice) (version: English)   See fewer
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Jeff Campbell
UN Recruit 1 / Additional Voices (voice) (version: English) UN Recruit 1 / Additional Voices (voice) (version: English)   See fewer
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Jeff Gardner
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Todd Greenfield
Daniel Hamada (voice) (version: English) Daniel Hamada (voice) (version: English)   See fewer
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Charles C. Campbell
Island Controller (voice) (version: English) (as Charles Campbell) Island Controller (voice) (version: English) (as Charles Campbell)   See fewer
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Spike Spencer
Ichiro Mikoshiba / Additional Voices (voice) (version: English) Ichiro Mikoshiba / Additional Voices (voice) (version: English)   See fewer
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Laura Chapman
Newswoman (voice) (version: English) Newswoman (voice) (version: English)   See fewer
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Angel Fisher
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Tiffani Harris
Additional Voices (voice) (version: English) (as Tiffany Harris) Additional Voices (voice) (version: English) (as Tiffany Harris)   See fewer
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Lorraine Reyes
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Dan Rockwell
Additional Voices (voice) (version: English) Additional Voices (voice) (version: English)   See fewer
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Tomokazu Seki
Go Arisaka (voice) (version: Japanese) Go Arisaka (voice) (version: Japanese)   See fewer
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Junko Iwao
Annette (voice) (version: Japanese) Annette (voice) (version: Japanese)   See fewer
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Kikuko Inoue
Avatar / Satomi Arisaka (voice) (version: Japanese) Avatar / Satomi Arisaka (voice) (version: Japanese)   See fewer
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Tetsurô Sagawa
Magane Hyuga (voice) (version: Japanese) (as Tetsurou Sagawa) Magane Hyuga (voice) (version: Japanese) (as Tetsurou Sagawa)   See fewer
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Kouji Shimizu
Mitsugu Kageyama (voice) (version: Japanese) Mitsugu Kageyama (voice) (version: Japanese)   See fewer
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Shinsuke Chikaishi
Koutarou Nishimura (voice) (version: Japanese) Koutarou Nishimura (voice) (version: Japanese)   See fewer
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Kazuhiko Inoue
Storner (voice) (version: Japanese) Storner (voice) (version: Japanese)   See fewer
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Chikao Ohtsuka
Masayoshi Tachibana (voice) (version: Japanese) (as Norio Ootsuka) Masayoshi Tachibana (voice) (version: Japanese) (as Norio Ootsuka)   See fewer
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Yasunori Matsumoto
Masashi Hyuga (voice) (version: Japanese) Masashi Hyuga (voice) (version: Japanese)   See fewer
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Kaneto Shiozawa
Young Mitsugu (voice) (version: Japanese) Young Mitsugu (voice) (version: Japanese)   See fewer
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Masara Takashima
Shino Arisaka (voice) (version: Japanese) Shino Arisaka (voice) (version: Japanese)   See fewer
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Rin Mizuhara
Saib (voice) (version: Japanese) Saib (voice) (version: Japanese)   See fewer
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Takehiro Murozono
Milias (voice) (version: Japanese) Milias (voice) (version: Japanese)   See fewer
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Isshin Chiba
Hino (voice) (version: Japanese) (as Kazunobu Chiba) Hino (voice) (version: Japanese) (as Kazunobu Chiba)   See fewer
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Koji Ochiai
Yoshioka (voice) (version: Japanese) (as Kouji Ochiai) Yoshioka (voice) (version: Japanese) (as Kouji Ochiai)   See fewer
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Kaori Yuasa
Young Go (voice) (version: Japanese) Young Go (voice) (version: Japanese)   See fewer
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Hiroki Takahashi
Ichiro Mikoshiba (voice) (version: Japanese) Ichiro Mikoshiba (voice) (version: Japanese)   See fewer
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Kazuya Ichijô
Admiral Bogart (voice) (version: Japanese) (as Kazuya Ichijou) Admiral Bogart (voice) (version: Japanese) (as Kazuya Ichijou)   See fewer
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Iwao Takamine
Elder Tachibana / Island Controller (voice) (version: Japanese) (as Gen Takamine and Iwao Takaiwa) Elder Tachibana / Island Controller (voice) (version: Japanese) (as Gen Takamine and Iwao Takaiwa)   See fewer
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Masato Hijikata
Takano (voice) (version: Japanese) Takano (voice) (version: Japanese)   See fewer
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Hideaki Ono
Chief (voice) (version: Japanese) Chief (voice) (version: Japanese)   See fewer
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Kiyoyuki Yanada
Daniel Hamada (voice) (version: Japanese) (as Kiyoyuki Harita) Daniel Hamada (voice) (version: Japanese) (as Kiyoyuki Harita)   See fewer
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Kunihiko Yasui
Announcer (voice) (version: Japanese) Announcer (voice) (version: Japanese)   See fewer
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Matt Greenfield
Young Tachibana, Milias, Additional Voices (voice) (version: English) Young Tachibana, Milias, Additional Voices (voice) (version: English)   See fewer
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