Yo-Yo Girl Cop

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Yo-yo Girl Cop
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Japanese theatrical poster
Directed by Kenta Fukasaku
Produced by Tatsuya Kunimatsu
Written by Shoichi Maruyama
Starring Aya Matsuura
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Riki Takeuchi
Shunsuke Kubozuka
Music by Goro Yasukawa
Cinematography Takashi Komatsu
Edited by Chieko Suzaki
Distributed by Toei Company
Release date(s)
  • September 30, 2006 (2006-09-30)
Running time 98 minutes
Country Japan
Language Japanese

Yo-Yo Girl Cop, known in Japan as Sukeban Deka: Code Name = Saki Asamiya (スケバン刑事 コードネーム=麻宮サキ Sukeban Deka: Kōdo Nēmu = Asamiya Saki?) is a 2006 Japanese live-action feature film, the third to be based on the manga Sukeban Deka, directed by Kenta Fukasaku.

The film stars Aya Matsuura in the lead role of Saki Asamiya and Rika Ishikawa as her rival, Reika Akiyama. Yuki Saito, who played the role of Saki in the first live-action television series, appears here as Saki's mother. The movie was released on September 30, 2006 in Japan[1] and in the United States on July 17, 2007[2] by Magnolia Pictures[3] as Yo-Yo Girl Cop.

Cast[edit]

Music[edit]

The movie's theme song, "Thanks!" is by the Hello! Project group GAM, consisting of Aya Matsuura and Miki Fujimoto. The song "Shinkirō Romance", also by GAM, was used an insert song.

U.K. release[edit]

Yo-Yo Girl Cop was licensed for U.K. release by 4Digital Asia, a sublabel of 4Digital Media,[4] formerly Ilc Entertainment. The new sub-label was launched in 2008 to fill the gap in the U.K. for "Asia Extreme" titles created by the demise of label Tartan. It was released on DVD on September 22.[5]

Miscellaneous[edit]

The film is parodied in the softcore V-Cinema release Yo-yo Sexy Girl Cop (スケパン刑事 バージンネーム=諸見栄サキ Sukepan Deka: Bājin Nēmu = Moromi Saki?, literally "See-through Panties Detective: Virgin Name = Saki Moromie"), directed by Daigo Udagawa and starring AV idol Mihiro. In addition to its similar name, the cover artwork is a near-reproduction of Yo-yo Girl Cop's original poster. The DVD was released in Japan in November 2006 and in the United States with English subtitles by Cinema Epoch in November 2008.[6][7][8]

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