Cover art of DVD.
|Directed by||Tomoharu Katsumata|
|Produced by||Yoshinobu Nishizaki|
|Story by||Leiji Matsumoto|
|Distributed by||Toei Company|
152 minutes (35mm)|
163 minutes (70mm)
Final Yamato (宇宙戦艦ヤマト・完結編 Uchuu Senkan Yamato Kanketsu Hen, lit. "Space Battleship Yamato: Final Saga") is a 1983 Japanese anime science fiction film and the fourth theatrical movie of the Space Battleship Yamato saga (known as Star Blazers in the United States). The 70mm print had a running time of 163 minutes, making Final Yamato the longest running animated film ever made.
The water planet Aquarius is heading towards Earth after flooding the home planet of the warrior race of the Dinguil. The Dinguil use warp technology to make the planet move towards Earth faster than usual. The warrior race plans to flood Earth and make it their new home. When Earth learns of this, they make plans to evacuate humanity. Unfortunately, the Dinguil destroy the evacuation fleets. The space battleship Yamato, under the newly revived Jyuzo Okita (who seemingly died in the first season of the original series) now has to fight the Dinguil and stop Aquarius from flooding the Earth.
- Kei Tomiyama as Susumu Kodai
- Yoko Asagami as Yuki Mori
- Goro Naya as Juzo Okita
- Chika Sakamoto as Jiro Shima
- Akira Kamiya as Shiro Kato
- Ichiro Nagai as Dr. Sakezo Sado
- Isao Sasaki as Daisuke Shima
- Jun Hazumi as EDF Officer
- Kazue Ikura as Dingir Boy
- Kazuo Hayashi as Yasuo Nanbu
- Kenichi Ogata as Analyzer
- Koji Yada as Talan
- Masane Tsukayama as Lugal II
- Masato Ibu as Desslar / Heikuro Todo
- Mikio Terashima as Sho Yamazaki
- Osamu Kobayashi as Captain Mizutani
- Reiko Tajima as Queen of Aquarius
- Rokuro Naya as Dingir Officer
- Shinji Nomura as Giichi Aihara
- Takeshi Aono as Shiro Sanada
- Taro Ishida as Lugal I
- Toru Furuya as Tasuke Tokugawa
- Yoshito Yasuhara as Kenjiro Ota
- Tatsuya Nakadai as Narrator
- Bandai Visual
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- Starblazers Official website
- Final Yamato (anime) at Anime News Network's encyclopedia
- Final Yamato on IMDb
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