Bulldog Boys (Kana: ブルドッグボーイズ) is a 2016 anime film produced by Studio XYZ. The film was released as a tribute to Shigehisa Chida, who passed away four days before its release.
The movie is a more faithful adaptation of the one-shot manga, albeit featuring elements from the 1978 anime, such as the Peach Berry Melon patrol.
Synopsis[edit | edit source]
The series revolves around a trio of teenage rebels as they make their way fighting those who seek it and look forward to teaming up with the top delinquent in their school: Goro Kuroda.
Cast[edit | edit source]
Bulldog Boys[edit | edit source]
- Kazuhiko Inoue as Takao Inukai, head of the Bulldog boys.
- Chafurin as Kenji Masui, a huge, wide and bald boy who is unrivaled with strength, staying true to what his height and size tell.
- Ryūsei Nakao as Torisuke Takada, a slick boy who specializes in quick thinking, but has a fear of talking to women.
Peach Berry Melon Patrol[edit | edit source]
- Sumire Uesaka as Momoko Tatsuoka, head of Peach Berry Melon who is almost as skilled a fighter as Takao.
- Mutsumi Tamura as Rina Kibe, a shady girl with no second thought in saying what's in her mind.
- Ai Kayano as Urie Kino, an introvert with a secret crush on Takao.
Other[edit | edit source]
- Kōsei Tomita as Goro Kuroda, the top delinquent in school.
- Yōko Soumi as Ms. Umeboshi, the trio's teacher who is respected and feared by the rest of her students.
- Kikuko Inoue as Mikan Inukai, Takao's somewhat overprotective mother.
- Tōru Ōkawa as Mitsuru Inukai, Takao's father with a yakuza past.