Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger

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Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger
The opening title card for Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger
The opening title card for Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger
Genre Tokusatsu
Created by Shotaro Ishinomori
Developed by Toei
Written by
Directed by
Starring
Narrated by Tomokazu Seki
Opening theme "Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger" by Tsuyoshi Matsubara (Project.R) with Young Fresh (Project.R)
Ending theme "Super Sentai, Hero Getter" by Project.R
Composer(s) Kousuke Yamashita
Country of origin Japan
No. of episodes 51 (List of episodes)
Production
Producer(s)
Running time 24-25 minutes (per episode)
Broadcast
Original channel TV Asahi
Original run February 13, 2011 (2011-02-13) – February 19, 2012 (2012-02-19)
Chronology
Preceded by Tensou Sentai Goseiger
Followed by Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters
External links
Website
Production website

Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger (海賊戦隊ゴーカイジャー Kaizoku Sentai Gōkaijā?)[Note 1][Note 2] is Toei Company's 35th entry in its long-running Super Sentai Series of Japanese tokusatsu television series following Tensou Sentai Goseiger. It premiered on TV Asahi on February 13, 2011, joining Kamen Rider OOO and then Kamen Rider Fourze as a program featured in TV Asahi's Super Hero Time programming block. The catchphrase for the series is "Let's make it showy!" (派手に行くぜっ! Hade ni ikuze!?).

Gokaiger is a special anniversary series. Its protagonists are able to transform into not only their own unique forms, but also all of the previous 34 Super Sentai teams, each of which have their own unique power that the Gokaigers can access. The series also features reappearances of actors reprising their characters from the previous series.

On July 30, 2010, Toei applied for trademarks on the title Kaizoku Sentai Gōkaijā (海賊戦隊ゴーカイジャー?) to be used on various products. The Japan Patent Office approved these trademarks on August 26, 2010.[1][2] During the Super Sentai VS Theater programming on December 26, 2010, the series was officially announced in a commercial. A Tokyo Dome City event for the premiere, serving as the introduction of the cast and theme song singers to the public, held on January 29 and 30, 2011.[3]

Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger began airing in South Korea on July 2012 as Power Rangers Captain Force (Hangul: 파워레인저 캡틴포스; RR: Paweoraeinjeo Kaebtinposeu).[4] Its footage is being used for the American Power Rangers season Power Rangers Super Megaforce.

Plot[edit]

A group of young pirates come from space to Earth to obtain the "Greatest Treasure in the Universe" (宇宙最大のお宝 Uchū Saidai no Otakara?), which can only be acquired after obtaining the "Greater Powers" of the different 34 Super Sentai Teams. However, they end up facing the Space Empire Zangyack, whose earlier invasion forces were wiped out by the 34 Sentai groups long ago before a new invasion force is established under Commander Warz Gill, the emperor's son. As a result, due to their history with the empire, the space pirates use the powers of the older teams and attempt to master their powers to fight the Zangyack forces as the Gokaigers.

Characters[edit]

Gokaigers[edit]

Main article: Gokaigers

The Gokaigers are young space pirates who originally came to Earth to obtain "The Greatest Treasure in the Universe" before getting dragged into fighting the Zangyack. They are based on the Gokai Galleon, which is navigated by their robot parrot Navi (ナビィ Nabyi?), and able to assume the forms of any member from the previous 34 Sentai groups.

Captain Marvelous/Gokai Red (キャプテン・マーベラス/ゴーカイレッド Kyaputen Māberasu/Gōkai Reddo?)
The brash and cocky captain of the Gokai Galleon and team leader.
Joe Gibken/Gokai Blue (ジョー・ギブケン/ゴーカイブルー Jō Gibuken/Gōkai Burū?)
The calm and serious, but loyal first mate.
Luka Millfy/Gokai Yellow (ルカ・ミルフィ/ゴーカイイエロー Ruka Mirufi/Gōkai Ierō?)
A greedy, tomboyish girl and the ship's lookout.
Don Dogoier/Gokai Green (ドン・ドッゴイヤー/ゴーカイグリーン Don Dogoiyā/Gōkai Gurīn?)
The ship's often-timid mechanic and cook. He is usually referred to as Doc (博士 Hakase?).
Ahim de Famille/Gokai Pink (アイム・ド・ファミーユ/ゴーカイピンク Aimu do Famīyu/Gōkai Pinku?)
A polite but headstrong princess of another world and thus new to piracy.
Gai Ikari/Gokai Silver (伊狩 鎧/ゴーカイシルバー Ikari Gai/Gōkai Shirubā?)
The sixth member, who is the only Earthling and a Super Sentai fanboy.

Zangyack[edit]

The evil Space Empire Zangyack (宇宙帝国ザンギャック Uchū Teikoku Zangyakku?) seeks to take control of the Earth, with the first fleet defeated by the past 34 Super Sentai teams. Commander Warz Gill, the emperor's son, resumes the invasion with a new fleets overseen by his three officers: the elite soldier Chief of Staff Damarasu, the scientist Development Technical Officer Insarn, and the mysterious Special Duty Officer Barizorg. The fleet is composed of Non-Commissioned Officers Zugormin, the Gormin Sailors, Action Commanders, and the occasional hired help from previous organizations that the previous Sentai battled. They are further supported by a privateer named Basco Ta Jolokia, who has his own agenda to carry out with his own arsenal of Ranger Keys and Giant Battle Pseudo-Lifeforms.

Past heroes and villains[edit]

To obtain the 34 Greater Powers, the Gokaigers must seek out a representative of one of the past Super Sentai teams who will grant the ability to them. Also, some villains return to wreak havoc as they did in the past.

Episodes[edit]

Several of the episodes in Gokaiger feature and focus on the actions of one of the Legend Sentai. Those episodes are titled in a fashion similar to that of the original series. For example, episode 3, which features Mahou Sentai Magiranger, has a magic spell as part of the title, while episode 7, which features Juken Sentai Gekiranger, features one of the nonsense phrases that series protagonist Jyan Kandou would use.

Ep# Title Writer Original airdate
1 "The Space Pirates Appear"
"Uchū Kaizoku Arawaru" (宇宙海賊現る) 
Naruhisa Arakawa February 13, 2011
2 "This Planet's Worth"
"Kono Hoshi no Kachi" (この星の価値) 
Naruhisa Arakawa February 20, 2011
3 "Changing Courage into Magic ~Maagi Magi Go Gokai~"
"Yūki o Mahō ni Kaete ~Māji Maji Gō Gōkai~" (勇気を魔法に変えて~マージ・マジ・ゴー・ゴーカイ~) 
Naruhisa Arakawa February 27, 2011
4 "What Are Friends For?"
"Nan no Tame no Nakama" (何のための仲間) 
Naruhisa Arakawa March 6, 2011
5 "Judgment Pirates"
"Jajjimento Pairētsu" (ジャッジメント・パイレーツ) 
Naruhisa Arakawa March 20, 2011
6 "The Most Important Thing"
"Ichiban Daiji na Mono" (一番大事なもの) 
Naruhisa Arakawa March 27, 2011
7 "Niki-Niki! Kenpō Lesson"
"Niki-Niki! Kenpō Shugyō" (ニキニキ!拳法修行) 
Junko Kōmura April 3, 2011
8 "Little Spy Tactics"
"Supai Shōsakusen" (スパイ小作戦) 
Naruhisa Arakawa April 10, 2011
9 "The Lion, Runs"
"Shishi, Kakeru" (獅子、走る) 
Junko Kōmura April 17, 2011
10 "Card Game"
"Toranpu Shōbu" (トランプ勝負) 
Kento Shimoyama April 24, 2011
11 "The Serious Rebellion"
"Shinken Ōsōdō" (真剣大騒動) 
Naruhisa Arakawa May 1, 2011
12 "The Guaranteed Showy Samurai"
"Kiwametsuki Hade na Samurai" (極付派手侍) 
Naruhisa Arakawa May 8, 2011
13 "Tell Me the Way"
"Michi o Oshiete" (道を教えて) 
Junko Kōmura May 15, 2011
14 "Now For Traffic Safety"
"Ima mo Kōtsū Anzen" (いまも交通安全) 
Yoshio Urasawa May 22, 2011
15 "A Privateer Appears"
"Shiryakusen Arawaru" (私掠船現る) 
Junko Kōmura May 29, 2011
16 "Clash! Sentai vs. Sentai"
"Gekitotsu! Sentai Bāsasu Sentai" (激突!戦隊VS戦隊) 
Junko Kōmura June 5, 2011
17 "The Awesome Silver Man"
"Sugoi Gin'iro no Otoko" (凄い銀色の男) 
Naruhisa Arakawa June 12, 2011
18 "The Big Abare With the Dinosaur Robot Drill"
"Kyōryū Robotto Doriru de Ō Abare" (恐竜ロボットドリルで大アバレ) 
Naruhisa Arakawa June 26, 2011
19 "Armor of the 15 Warriors"
"Jūgo Senshi no Yoroi" (15戦士の鎧) 
Naruhisa Arakawa July 3, 2011
20 "The Lost Forest"
"Mayoi no Mori" (迷いの森) 
Junko Kōmura July 10, 2011
21 "The Heart of an Adventurer"
"Bōkensha no Kokoro" (冒険者の心) 
Kento Shimoyama July 17, 2011
22 "A Promise on a Shooting Star"
"Hoshi Furu Yakusoku" (星降る約束) 
Naruhisa Arakawa July 24, 2011[Note 3]</noinclude>
23 "People's Lives Are the Future of the World"
"Hito no Inochi wa Chikyū no Mirai" (人の命は地球の未来) 
Junko Kōmura July 31, 2011
24 "Foolish Earthlings"
"Oroka na Chikyūjin" (愚かな地球人) 
Yoshio Urasawa August 7, 2011
25 "Pirates and Ninjas"
"Kaizoku to Ninja" (海賊とニンジャ) 
Naruhisa Arakawa August 14, 2011
26 "Shushutto The Special"
"Shushutto Za Supesharu" (シュシュッとTHE SPECIAL) 
Naruhisa Arakawa August 21, 2011
27 "A Change More Gokai Than Usual"
"Itsumo yori Gōkai na Chenji" (いつもより豪快なチェンジ) 
Junko Kōmura August 28, 2011
28 "Wings Forever"
"Tsubasa wa Eien ni" (翼は永遠に) 
Toshiki Inoue September 4, 2011
29 "The Abare Quick-Changing New Combination"
"Abare Shichihenge de Shin Gattai" (アバレ七変化で新合体) 
Naruhisa Arakawa September 11, 2011
30 "At Least My Friend's Soul"
"Tomo no Tamashii Dake Demo" (友の魂だけでも) 
Junko Kōmura September 18, 2011
31 "Crash!! The Secret Operation"
"Shōgeki!! Himitsu Sakusen" (衝撃!!秘密作戦) 
Kento Shimoyama September 25, 2011
32 "One Power"
"Chikara o Hitotsu ni" (力を一つに) 
Kento Shimoyama October 2, 2011
33 "It's a Hero!!!"
"Hīrō daaa!!" (ヒーローだァァッ!!) 
Daisuke Ishibashi October 9, 2011
34 "A Dream Come True"
"Yume o Kanaete" (夢を叶えて) 
Naruhisa Arakawa October 16, 2011
35 "The Other Dimension"
"Jigen no Mukō" (次元ノムコウ) 
Junko Kōmura October 23, 2011
36 "Pirate Partners"
"Aibō Kaizoku" (相棒カイゾク) 
Junko Kōmura October 30, 2011
37 "The Strongest War-Machine"
"Saikyō no Kessenki" (最強の決戦機) 
Kento Shimoyama November 6, 2011
38 "The Power to Seize Dreams"
"Yume o Tsukamu Chikara" (夢を掴む力) 
Kento Shimoyama November 13, 2011
39 "Why? We're High School Students"
"Dōshite? Oretachi Kōkōsei" (どうして?俺たち高校生) 
Junko Kōmura November 20, 2011
40 "The Future Is In the Past"
"Mirai wa Kako ni" (未来は過去に) 
Junko Kōmura November 27, 2011
41 "Something I Don't Want to Lose"
"Nakushitakunai Mono" (なくしたくないもの) 
Naruhisa Arakawa December 4, 2011
42 "The Strongest Man in the Universe"
"Uchū Saikyō no Otoko" (宇宙最強の男) 
Naruhisa Arakawa December 11, 2011
43 "The Legendary Hero"
"Densetsu no Yūsha ni" (伝説の勇者に) 
Naruhisa Arakawa December 18, 2011
44 "A Lovely Christmas Eve"
"Suteki na Seiya" (素敵な聖夜) 
Junko Kōmura December 25, 2011
45 "Confused Ninja"
"Awatenbō Ninja" (慌てん坊忍者) 
Junko Kōmura January 8, 2012
46 "Hero Eligibility"
"Hīrō Gōkaku" (ヒーロー合格) 
Junko Kōmura January 15, 2012
47 "The Results of Treason"
"Uragiri no Hate" (裏切りの果て) 
Naruhisa Arakawa January 22, 2012
48 "The Fated Showdown"
"Shukumei no Taiketsu" (宿命の対決) 
Naruhisa Arakawa January 29, 2012
49 "The Greatest Treasure in the Universe"
"Uchū Saidai no Takara" (宇宙最大の宝) 
Naruhisa Arakawa February 5, 2012
50 "The Day of the Deciding Battle"
"Kessen no Hi" (決戦の日) 
Naruhisa Arakawa February 12, 2012
Finale "Good-Bye Space Pirates"
"Sayonara Uchū Kaizoku" (さよなら宇宙海賊) 
Naruhisa Arakawa February 19, 2012

Films[edit]

In addition to the protagonists' debut in Tensou Sentai Goseiger vs. Shinkenger: Epic on Ginmaku, Gokaiger has five theatrical releases where they are the primary characters.

Super Sentai 35th anniversary film[edit]

Gokaiger Goseiger Super Sentai 199 Hero Great Battle (ゴーカイジャー ゴセイジャー スーパー戦隊199ヒーロー 大決戦 Gōkaijā Goseijā Sūpā Sentai Hyakukyūjūkyū Hīrō Daikessen?) is the film commemorating the 35th anniversary of the Super Sentai Series.[5] The film primarily featured the casts of Gokaiger and Tensou Sentai Goseiger, among the 199 total heroes from the Super Sentai series to appear. The film was originally scheduled for release on May 21, 2011.[6] However, due to the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami, filming was affected and the film's release was postponed until June 11.[7] The addition of Gokai Silver is revealed at the end of the movie and he goes on to appear in his TV debut in the episode "The Awesome Silver Man" released the following day. The event of the movie takes place between episode 16 and 17.

The Flying Ghost Ship[edit]

Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger the Movie: The Flying Ghost Ship (海賊戦隊ゴーカイジャーTHE MOVIE 空飛ぶ幽霊船 Kaizoku Sentai Gōkaijā Za Mūbī Sora Tobu Yūreisen?) is the main theatrical release for Gokaiger where the Gokai Galleon crew deal with revived enemies under the captain of a ghost ship.[8] It was released on August 6, 2011, alongside the film for Kamen Rider OOO.[9] The event of the movie takes place between episode 23 and 24.

Gokaiger vs. Gavan[edit]

The film Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger vs. Space Sheriff Gavan (海賊戦隊ゴーカイジャーVS宇宙刑事ギャバンTHE MOVIE Kaizoku Sentai Gōkaijā Tai Uchū Keiji Gyaban Za Mūbī?) was released in theaters on January 21, 2012. This is the first Vs. Series crossover film that does not feature another Super Sentai team, but the hero of the first Metal Hero Series: Space Sheriff Gavan. The heroes of Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters also make a cameo appearance in the film.[10][11] The event of the movie takes place between episode 46 and 47.

Super Hero Taisen[edit]

Kamen Rider × Super Sentai: Super Hero Taisen (仮面ライダー×スーパー戦隊 スーパーヒーロー大戦 Kamen Raidā × Sūpā Sentai: Sūpā Hīrō Taisen?) is a film which features a crossover between the characters of the Super Sentai and Kamen Rider Series. The protagonists of Gokaiger and Kamen Rider Decade are featured, as well as those of Kamen Rider Fourze, Kamen Rider OOO, and Go-Busters.[12][13]

Go-Busters vs. Gokaiger[edit]

Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters vs. Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger: The Movie (特命戦隊ゴーバスターズVS海賊戦隊ゴーカイジャーTHE MOVIE Tokumei Sentai Gōbasutāzu Tai Kaizoku Sentai Gōkaijā Za Mūbī?) was released in theaters on January 19, 2013. As with previous VS movies, it features a crossover between the casts of Gokaiger and Go-Busters, along the debut of the 37th Super Sentai, Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger.[14][15]

Super Hero Taisen Z[edit]

Kamen Rider × Super Sentai × Space Sheriff: Super Hero Taisen Z (仮面ライダー×スーパー戦隊×宇宙刑事 スーパーヒーロー大戦Z Kamen Raidā × Sūpā Sentai × Uchū Keiji: Supā Hīrō Taisen Zetto?) was released on April 27, 2013. It features the first crossover between characters of Toei's three main Tokusatsu franchises, Kamen Rider, Super Sentai, and the Metal Hero Series represented mainly by the Space Sheriff Series. The protagonists of Space Sheriff Gavan: The Movie, Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters, and Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger are featured, but the casts of Kamen Rider Wizard, Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger, and Kamen Rider Fourze also participate in the film. Junya Ikeda reprises his role as Gai Ikari, while Ryota Ozawa returns only to voice Gokai Red.

Special DVD[edit]

Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger: Let's Do This Goldenly! Roughly! 36 Round Gokai Change!! (海賊戦隊ゴーカイジャー キンキンに!ド派手に行くぜ!36段ゴーカイチェンジ!! Kaizoku Sentai Gōkaijā Kin Kin ni! Dohade ni Ikuze! Sanjūroku Dan Gōkai Chenji?) is a special DVD by Kodansha that is used to show some of the items in the series. In this special, Captain Marvelous and Gai are accidentally fused together in one body during Insarn's attempt to put Gai inside Karizorg (カリゾーグ Karizōgu?, "Kari" meaning "Temporary"), the empty shell of Barizorg. Determined to retrieve Insarn's gun and reverse the process, the duo transform into a hybrid form of Gokai Silver with Gokai Red's helmet and boots, and change into the red warriors from the past 34 Super Sentai while battling dozens of Gormin Sailors. When Insarn fuses Karizorg with a Zugormin to create Zugozorg (スゴゾーグ Zugozōgu?), the duo use the Gold Anchor Key to become Gokai Red Gold Mode (ゴーカイレッド ゴールドモード Gōkai Reddo Gōrudo Mōdo?) and finish off Zugozorg before taking Insarn's gun and forcing her to retreat. Back aboard the Gokai Galleon, after Captain Marvelous and Gai successfully have their bodies separated, Gai offers the Captain a strawberry/vanilla swirl ice cream.

A Day of One Hero[edit]

Main article: A Day of One Hero

A Day of One Hero, Starring Kazuki Shimizu (A DAY of one HERO 清水一希 主演 A Dē obu wan Hīrō Shimizu Kazuki Shuen?) is a direct-to-video film released on November 21, 2011 starring Kazuki Shimizu as himself in a mockumentary of his acting career as Don "Doc" Dogoier in Gokaiger. The film also features cameo appearances by Tokusatsu veteran actors Yoshio Yamaguchi and Nao Nagasawa.[16]

Video games[edit]

Super Sentai Battle: Ranger Cross (スーパー戦隊バトル レンジャークロス Sūpā Sentai Batoru Renjā Kurosu?) is a Wii action game developed by Bandai Namco Games which features the protagonists of Gokaiger, Tensou Sentai Goseiger, Samurai Sentai Shinkenger, Engine Sentai Go-onger, and Himitsu Sentai Gorenger. It was released on September 9, 2011. The game play is beat-them up like Dynasty Warriors series[17]

A Nintendo DS game for Gokaiger called Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger: Gathered Transformation! 35 Sentai! (海賊戦隊ゴーカイジャー あつめて変身!35戦隊! Kaizoku Sentai Gōkaijā Atsumete Henshin! Sanjūgo Sentai!?) was released on November 17, 2011.

Cast[edit]

  • Captain Marvelous (キャプテン・マーベラス Kyaputen Māberasu?): Ryota Ozawa (小澤 亮太 Ozawa Ryōta?)[18][19]
  • Joe Gibken (ジョー・ギブケン Jō Gibuken?): Yuki Yamada (山田 裕貴 Yamada Yūki?)[19][20]
  • Luka Millfy (ルカ・ミルフィ Ruka Mirufi?): Mao Ichimichi (市道 真央 Ichimichi Mao?)[19][21]
  • Don Dogoier (ドン・ドッゴイヤー Don Doggoiyā?): Kazuki Shimizu (清水 一希 Shimizu Kazuki?)[19][22]
  • Ahim de Famille (アイム・ド・ファミーユ Aimu do Famīyu?): Yui Koike (小池 唯 Koike Yui?)[19][23]
  • Gai Ikari (伊狩 鎧 Ikari Gai?): Junya Ikeda (池田 純矢 Ikeda Jun'ya?)[24]
  • Basco Ta Jolokia (バスコ・タ・ジョロキア Basuko Ta Jorokia?): Kei Hosogai (細貝 圭 Hosogai Kei?)
  • Navi (ナビィ Nabyi?, Voice): Yukari Tamura (田村 ゆかり Tamura Yukari?)[25][26]
  • Commander Warz Gill (司令官ワルズ・ギル Shireikan Waruzu Giru?, Voice): Hirofumi Nojima (野島 裕史 Nojima Hirofumi?)[25][26]
  • Chief of Staff Damarasu (参謀長ダマラス Sanbōchō Damarasu?, Voice): Kōji Ishii (石井 康嗣 Ishii Kōji?)[25][26]
  • Development Technical Officer Insarn (開発技官インサーン Kaihatsu Gikan Insān?, Voice): Kikuko Inoue (井上 喜久子 Inoue Kikuko?)[25][26]
  • Sid Bamick (シド・バミック Shido Bamikku?)/Special Duty Officer Barizorg (特務士官バリゾーグ Tokumu Shikan Barizōgu?, Voice): Gaku Shindo (進藤 学 Shindō Gaku?)[25][26]
  • Emperor Akudos Gill (皇帝アクドス・ギル Kōtei Akudosu Giru?, Voice): Shinji Ogawa (小川 真司 Ogawa Shinji?)
  • Dairando (ダイランドー Dairandō?, Voice): Masashi Ebara (江原 正士 Ebara Masashi?)
  • Fuuraimaru (風雷丸 Fūraimaru?, Voice): Hironori Miyata (宮田 浩徳 Miyata Hironori?)
  • Engine Machalcon (炎神マッハルコン Enjin Mahharukon?, Voice): Hiroaki Hirata (平田 広明 Hirata Hiroaki?)
  • Narration, Gokaiger Equipment Voice (ゴーカイジャー各種アイテムの音声 Gōkaijā Kakushu Aitemu no Onsei?), Greatest Treasure in the Universe (宇宙最大のお宝 Uchū Saidai no Otakara?, Voice): Tomokazu Seki (関 智一 Seki Tomokazu?)[25][26]

Guest stars[edit]

Songs[edit]

Opening theme
Ending theme

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The name "Gokaiger" appears on the characters' transformation devices. In early promotional materials for the series, the name of the series is parsed as "Goukaiger" in English. The URLs for the series' various websites romanize Gōkai (ゴーカイ?) as "Go-kai".
  2. ^ In early promotional materials for the series, the Japanese word gōkai (豪快?, exciting; heroic) is used as a meaning for the series' title.
  3. ^ This episode was the final Super Sentai episode to air on analog television in most of Japan. Analog television broadcasts ceased at noon that day.
  4. ^ Kentarō Shimazu previously starred in the films RoboGeisha and Karate-Robo Zaborgar.
  5. ^ Takashi Yamanaka is known for his portrayals of the voice acting otaku in the Densha Otoko television series and Tomosuke the Shiba Inu onbake in Daimajin Kanon.
  6. ^ Kazuo Niibori is a veteran action director who was a suit actor for 14 different Super Sentai red warriors from 1975 to 1991 and four Kamen Riders from 1971 to 1974.
  7. ^ Yuki Kimisawa previously portrayed Kirihiko Sudo in Kamen Rider W.

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