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Gunhed (ガンヘッド?) is a Ganheddo1989 tokusatsu kaiju film co-created by Toho, Sunrise, Bandai, Kadokawa, and Imagica. It was released to Japanese theaters on July 22, 1989 and to American theaters on August 27, 1996.
Staff role on the left, staff member's name on the right.
- Directed by Masato Harada
- Written by Jim Bannon and Masato Harada
- Produced by Yoshinari Shimatani, Tomoyuki Tanaka, Tetsuhisa Yamada, Eiji Yamaura
- Music by Toshiyuki Honda and Takayuki Baba
- Cinematography by Junichi Fujisawa
- Edited by Yoshitami Kuroiwa
- Production Design by Fumio Ogawa
- Assistant Directing by Hideyuki Inoue and Hiroshi Kubo
- Special Effects by Koichi Kawakita
- Assistant Director of Special Effects Kiyotaka Matsumoto
Actor's name on the left, character played on the right.
- Masahiro Takashima as Brooklyn
- Brenda Bakke as Sergeant Nim
- Aya Enyoji as Babe
- Yujin Harada as Seven
- Kaori Mizushima as Eleven
- James Brewster Thompson as Barabbas
- Doll Nguyen as Boomerang
- Jay Kabira as Bombbay
- Randy Reyes as Voice of Gunhed
- Mickey Curtis as Bansho
- Yosuke Saito as Boxer
- Michael Yancy as Narration
Weapons, Vehicles, and Races
- Main article: Gunhed/Gallery.
- Main article: Gunhed (Soundtrack).
- Robot War (Robotok háborúja; Hungary, Robot War; Germany)
- Gunhead (America)
- Released: February 23, 2007
- Region: Region 2
- Language: Japanese
- Format: Color, Dolby, Widescreen
- Other Details: 1.78:1 aspect ratio, 100 minutes run time, 1 disc
- Released: December 2, 2008
- Region: Region 1
- Language: English, Japanese
- Format: Color, Dubbed, Subtitled, NTSC
- Other Details: 90 minutes run time, 1 disc
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