Kieta Sekkeizu (1967) - Skyers Five Anime Episode Guide

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Kieta Sekkeizu

Kieta Sekkeizu

Kieta Sekkeizu (1967) - Skyers Five Anime Episode Guide

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  • Traditional Animation
  • Tele-Cartoon Japan
  • Animation Studio: Tele-Cartoon Japan
  • Cartoon Characters: Captain, Shuntaro, Polka, Samson, Yuri, Ghost.
  • Voice Actors: Kyousuke Maki, Hideo Nakamura, Setsuo Kawai, Takuzou Kamiyama, Youko Kuri, Masaoki Takato.
  • Directed By Haruji Sasaki, Haruyuki Kawajima, Hideshige Tsukikawa, Shuichi Seki, Toru Murayama; more Directors More Directors...
  • Music: Ichir˘ Tsukasa.
  • Editor: Toshiaki Yabuki.
  • First Aired on December 20, 1967.
  • Running Time: 25 minutes.
  • Japan  Japan

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Alternate Series Title: "スカイヤーズ5."

Twelve episodes of this science-fiction series were released. The final Japanese first-run air date was December 27, 1968.

A sequel, Shin Skyers 5, ran from 1971-72.

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