List of Kinnikuman films

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Kinnikuman has had one TV special and seven theatrically released movies.

Main cast[edit]

The following is the voice cast of the main characters of the series as they appear in each film. The voice cast for movie only characters are listed with the movies in which they appear.

Showdown! The 7 Justice Supermen vs. The Space Samurais[edit]

Showdown! The 7 Justice Supermen vs. The Space Samurais
Directed by Yasuo Yamayoshi
Produced by Takeshi Tamiya
Written by Haruya Yamazaki
Starring Akira Kamiya
Minori Matsushima
Hideyuki Tanaka
Eiji Kanie
Daisuke Gōri
Ichirō Nagai
Music by Shinsuke Kazato
Distributed by Toei Animation
Release date(s) April 7, 1984
Running time 73 min.
Language Japanese

(決戦!7人の正義超人vs宇宙野武士, Kessen! Shichinin no Seigi Choujin vs Uchuu Nobushi)

A TV Special first aired April 7, 1984. It covers the Planet Rakka story arc. A young boy from Planet Rakka named Beansman asks Kinnikuman and the others to help save his planet from the Space Samurai's led by Black King. The story was a parody of The Seven Samurai.

Cast

The Space Samurais

Kinnikuman: Stolen Championship Belt[edit]

(キン肉マン 奪われたチャンピオンベルト, Kinnikuman Ubawareta Chanpion Beruto)

Main article: Kinnikuman (film)

Great Riot! Justice Superman[edit]

(大暴れ!正義超人, Ō Abare! Seigi Choujin)

Justice Supermen vs. Ancient Supermen[edit]

(正義超人vs古代超人, Seigi Choujin vs Koudai Choujin)

Counterattack! The Underground Space Choujins[edit]

Counterattack! The Underground Space Choujin
逆襲!宇宙かくれ超人
Directed by Yasuo Yamayoshi
Produced by Takeshi Tamiya
Written by Haruya Yamazaki
Starring Akira Kamiya
Minori Matsushima
Hideyuki Tanaka
Eiji Kanie
Daisuke Gōri
Hideyuki Hori
Kaneto Shiozawa
Takeshi Aono
Music by Shinsuke Kazato
Distributed by Toei Animation
Release date(s) July 13, 1985
Running time 39 min.
Language Japanese

Counterattack! The Underground Space Choujin (逆襲!宇宙かくれ超人, Gyakushuu! Uchuu Kakure Choujin?) is the fourth theatrical film based on the anime series Kinnikuman. It was released in Japan on July 13, 1985 alongside Dr. Slump and Arale-chan: Hoyoyo! Dream Capital Mecha Police, Captain Tsubasa: Great Europe Play-Off, and Dengeki Sentai Changeman: Shuttle Base Showdown. It is set after the Golden Mask Arc. It is the first film to feature the character Geronimo and the last film where Eiji Kanie supplies the voice of Ramenman. It is also the shortest film of the series. It is based on the Kinnikuman special chapter Robin Memo (ロビン・メモ?).

New characters

  • Hydra King (ハイドラキング?)
  • New Sunshine (ニューサンシャイン?)
  • New Black Hole (ニューブラックホール?)
  • New Black Rain (ニューブラックレイン?)
  • New Ashuraman (ニューアシュラマン?)
  • Hydra Būton (ハイドラブートン?)
  • Hydra Gun (ハイドラガン?)
  • Hydra Sumo (ハイドラズモウ?)
  • Hydra Indy (ハイドラインディー?)
  • Ukon Jr. (ウコンJr?)

Cast

Character Name Voice actor
Kinnikuman Akira Kamiya
Meat-kun
Queen of England
Minori Matsushima
Nakano-san Sanji Hase
Natsuko Hiromi Tsuru
Mari-san Chisato Nakajima
Terryman Hideyuki Tanaka
Geronimo Kaneto Shiozawa
Warsman Hideyuki Hori
Nachiguron Keiko Yamamoto
Kinniku Daiou
New Black Hole
Kazuhiko Kishino
Queen Kinniku Nana Yamaguchi
Ramenman Eiji Kanie
Brocken Jr.
Yosaku-san
Tetsuo Mizutori
Tournament Chairman
Hydra Sumo
Yonehiko Kitagawa
Robin Mask
New Ashuraman
Daisuke Gōri
Rikishiman Masashi Hirose
Buffaloman
Iwao
New Sunshine
Masaharu Satō
Kinkotsuman
Hydra Gun
Issei Futamata
Detective Gobugari
New Black Rain
Kōji Totani
Hydra Būton Kōji Yada
Hydra King Takeshi Aono
Special Appearance Yudetamago

Hour of Triumph! Justice Superman[edit]

Hour of Triumph! Seigi Choujin
晴れ姿!正義超人
Directed by Takenori Kawada
Produced by Takeshi Tamiya
Written by Haruya Yamazaki
Starring Akira Kamiya
Minori Matsushima
Hideyuki Tanaka
Daisuke Gōri
Hideyuki Hori
Kaneto Shiozawa
Shōzō Iizuka
Music by Shinsuke Kazato
Distributed by Toei Animation
Release date(s) December 21, 1985
Running time 60 min.
Language Japanese

Hour of Triumph! Seigi Choujin (晴れ姿!正義超人, Haresugata! Seigi Choujin?) is the fifth theatrical film based on the anime series Kinnikuman. It was released in Japan on December 21, 1985 alongside Captain Tsubasa: Watch Out, All Japan Jr.! and GeGeGe no Kitaro. It is set during the Dream Choujin Tag Arc.

It is the first film to feature Banjō Ginga as the voice of Ramenman (due to Eiji Kanie's death in October 1985) and the last to feature Kōji Yada. It is also the second film to feature the character Kinkotsu-Obaba, who had been omitted from the previous film.

New Characters

  • Mari-hime (マリ姫, Princess Mari?)
  • Shuten Doji (朱天童子?)
  • The Nioh (ザ・ニオーツ?)
  • The Ninjaman (ザ・ニンジャマン?)
  • The Sanzokūn (ザ・サンゾクーン?)
  • The Umibōzun (ザ・ウミボーズン?)
  • Ukonnosuke (ウコンの介?)

Cast

Character Name Voice actor
Kinnikuman Akira Kamiya
Meat-kun Minori Matsushima
Nakano-san
Crows
Sanji Hase
Kinniku Daiou
The Umibouzun
Kazuhiko Kishino
Queen Kinniku Nana Yamaguchi
Tournament Chairman Yonehiko Kitagawa
Nachiguron
Kinkotsu-Obaba
Keiko Yamamoto
Natsuko Shōno Hiromi Tsuru
Terryman Hideyuki Tanaka
Ramenman Banjō Ginga
Geronimo Kaneto Shiozawa
Warsman Hideyuki Hori
Robin Mask Daisuke Gōri
Rikishiman
The Ninjaman
Masashi Hirose
Kinkotsuman
The Sanzokūn
Issei Futamata
Buffaloman
Iwao
Masaharu Satō
Brocken Jr.
Yosaku-san
Tetsuo Mizutori
Detective Gobugari Kōji Totani
Mari Nikaidō
Mari-hime
Chisato Nakajima
The Nio Kōji Yada
Shuten Doji Shōzō Iizuka
Special Appearance Yudetamago

Crisis in New York![edit]

Crisis in New York!
ニューヨーク危機一髪!
Directed by Takenori Kawada
Produced by Takeshi Tamiya
Written by Kenji Terada
Starring Akira Kamiya
Minori Matsushima
Hideyuki Tanaka
Daisuke Gōri
Hideyuki Hori
Kaneto Shiozawa
Hidekatsu Shibata
Music by Shinsuke Kazato
Distributed by Toei Animation
Release date(s) March 15, 1986
Running time 45 min.
Language Japanese

Crisis in New York! (ニューヨーク危機一髪! Nyū Yōku Kiki Ippatsu?) is the sixth theatrical film based on the anime series Kinnikuman. It was released in Japan on March 15, 1986 alongside Captain Tsubasa: Race Towards Tomorrow, GeGeGe no Kitarō: The Great Yōkai War, and Choushinsei Flashman. It is set after the Dream Choujin Tag Arc.

This was the last film to feature a cameo from series creators Yudetamago. It was also the second and last film to feature the Announcer. The villain in the film is Akuma Shogun, who appeared in the original manga and anime series as the leader of the Devil Knights during the Golden Mask Arc. Hidekatsu Shibata returns as the main antagonist of this film, having previously played that role in Great Riot! Seigi Choujin.

New Characters

  • Big Apple (ビッグアップル?)
  • Yay Totani (イエーイ・トタニー?)
  • Sandy Nakano (サンディ・ナカーノ?)
  • Inspector Ukon (ウコン警部, Ukon-keibu?)
  • Subway Boss (地下鉄のボス, Chikatetsu no Bosu?)

Cast

Character Name Voice actor
Kinnikuman Akira Kamiya
Meat-kun Minori Matsushima
Queen Kinniku Nana Yamaguchi
Tournament Chairman Yonehiko Kitagawa
Nakano-san
Sandy Nakano
Sanji Hase
Nachiguron
Kinkotsu-Obaba
Keiko Yamamoto
Natsuko Shōno Hiromi Tsuru
Mari Nikaidō Chisato Nakajima
Kinniku Daiou Kazuhiko Kishino
Terryman Hideyuki Tanaka
Ramenman Banjō Ginga
Warsman Hideyuki Hori
Geronimo Kaneto Shiozawa
Detective Gobugari
Yay Totani
Announcer
Kōji Totani
Robin Mask
Narration
Daisuke Gōri
Buffaloman
Iwao
Subway Boss
Masaharu Satō
Kinkotsuman Issei Futamata
Rikishiman Masashi Hirose
Brocken Jr.
Yosaku-san
Tetsuo Mizutori
Akuma Shogun Hidekatsu Shibata
Big Apple Hitoshi Takagi
Special Appearance Yudetamago

Justice Supermen vs. Fighter Supermen[edit]

Seigi Choujin vs. Senshi Choujin
正義超人vs戦士超人
Directed by Yasuo Yamayoshi
Produced by Takeshi Tamiya
Written by Haruya Yamazaki
Starring Akira Kamiya
Minori Matsushima
Hideyuki Tanaka
Daisuke Gōri
Hideyuki Hori
Kaneto Shiozawa
Chikao Ōtsuka
Music by Shinsuke Kazato
Distributed by Toei Animation
Release date(s) December 20, 1986
Running time 51 min.
Language Japanese

Seigi Choujin vs. Senshi Choujin (正義超人vs戦士超人?) is the seventh and final theatrical film based on the anime series Kinnikuman. It was released in Japan on December 20, 1986 alongside GeGeGe no Kitarō: Crash!! The Great Rebellion of the Multi-Dimensional Yōkai and Dragon Ball: The Legend of Shen Long.

The character Neptuneman appeared in the original manga and anime as the main antagonist of the Dream Choujin Tag Arc. Chikao Ōtsuka returns as one of the main antagonists of this film, having previously played that role in Stolen Championship Belt.

New Characters

  • Dr. Georg/Iron Mask (鉄仮面, Tekkamen?)
  • Great Ukon the 2nd (グレートウコン2世, Gurēto Ukon Nisei?)
  • Paper (ペーパー?)
  • Big Shinjou (ビッグ・シンジョウ?)
  • Myō'ō (ミョウオウ?)
  • Senju Kan (センジュカーン?)
  • Tōhōten (トーホーテーン?)
  • Nioman (ニオーマン?)
  • Mahoragas (マゴラカス?)
  • The Kongō (ザ・コンゴー?)

Cast

Character Name Voice actor
Kinnikuman Akira Kamiya
Meat-kun Minori Matsushima
Nakano-san Sanji Hase
Nachiguron
Kinkotsu-Obaba
Keiko Yamamoto
Kinniku Daiou
Neptuneman
Kazuhiko Kishino
Queen Kinniku Nana Yamaguchi
Tournament Chairman
Nioman
Yonehiko Kitagawa
Terryman
Paper
Hideyuki Tanaka
Warsman Hideyuki Hori
Geronimo Kaneto Shiozawa
Robin Mask
Big Shinjō
Daisuke Gōri
Ramenman
Magorakasu
Banjō Ginga
Buffaloman
Iwao
Great Ukon the 2nd
Masaharu Satō
Rikishiman Masashi Hirose
Kinkotsuman
Tōhōten
Issei Futamata
Brocken Jr.
Yosaku-san
Tetsuo Mizutori
Detective Gobugari
The Kongō
Kōji Totani
Natsuko
Princess Diana
Hiromi Tsuru
Mari-san Chisato Nakajima
Myō'ō
Iron Mask's Subordinate
Kazumi Tanaka
Senju Kan Masato Hirano
Iron Mask Chikao Ōtsuka

Kinnikuman Nisei[edit]

Two theatrically released movies were made for the sequel series Kinnikuman Nisei. The first was made before the anime TV series began. The villains from both films return during the Choujin Olympics in the anime TV series.

Main cast

Kinnikuman Second Generations[edit]

Kinnikuman Second Generations
Directed by Toshiaki Komura
Starring Masaya Onosaka
Konami Yoshida
Toshiyuki Morikawa
Akio Ōtsuka
Distributed by Toei Animation
Release date(s) July 14, 2001
Running time 25 min.
Language Japanese

(キン肉マンⅡ世, Kinnikuman Nisei)

Released in 2001 alongside Ojamajo Doremi and Digimon Tamers. The fans Shimada-san and Nakai-san are based on Kinnikuman creators Takashi Shimada and Yoshinori Nakai (Yudetamago). The ending theme, "Muscle Beat", was performed by famous martial artist Nobuaki Kakuda, who also provided the opening narration.

Summary

While the New Generation Choujins are taking part in Fan Appreciation Day, The Cyborg arrives, takes Meat hostage, and challenges Mantarou to a fight inside Tokyo Tower.

Cast

Muscle Ginseng Competition! The Great Choujin War[edit]

Muscle Ginseng Competition! The Great Choujin War
Directed by Toshiaki Komura
Starring Masaya Onosaka
Konami Yoshida
Ryōtarō Okiayu
Toshiyuki Morikawa
Fumiko Orikasa
Hozumi Gouda
Distributed by Toei Animation
Release date(s) July 20, 2002
Running time 40 min.
Language Japanese

(マッスル人参争奪!超人大戦争, Massuru Ninjin Soudatsu! Choujin Dai Sensou)

Summary

In order to save a princess, Mantarou and the gang must find a special ginseng. They are later joined by Kevin Mask.

Cast

Villains

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