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*[[Sadako Yamada]] as [[Akumas]], small creatures who live for mischief.
 
*[[Sadako Yamada]] as [[Akumas]], small creatures who live for mischief.
 
*Reiko Mutō as Mako's mother.
 
*Reiko Mutō as Mako's mother.
*Kōsei Tomita as Mako's father.
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*[[Kōsei Tomita]] as Mako's father.
*Rihoko Yoshida as Atsumi, a girl who often rivals with Mako.
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*[[Rihoko Yoshida]] as Atsumi, a girl who often rivals with Mako.
 
*For the second half of the series, there is a cold open and next episode preview featuring a narration provided by [[Hiroshi Masuoka]].
 
*For the second half of the series, there is a cold open and next episode preview featuring a narration provided by [[Hiroshi Masuoka]].
 
==Theme Songs==
 
==Theme Songs==
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*It was also the first anime the studio produced under Shochiku's ownership.
 
*It was also the first anime the studio produced under Shochiku's ownership.
 
==See also==
 
==See also==
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*[[Denki Hero Roboman 21]]
 
*[[Denki Hero Roboman Chuu]]
 
*[[Denki Hero Roboman Chuu]]
 
*[[Shin Denki Hero Roboman]]
 
*[[Shin Denki Hero Roboman]]

Latest revision as of 00:43, 15 January 2021

Denki Hero Roboman (Kanji: 電気ヒーローロボマン, lit. Electric Hero Roboman) is an anime series created by Kyōgo Yamashita and aired on NHK between 1977 and 1978.

Synopsis[edit | edit source]

Mako Kanehata is a young girl from a very wealthy family, when sees threats from the mischievous Akumas, she calls in the powerful Roboman and they work together to save the day.

Cast[edit | edit source]

Theme Songs[edit | edit source]

Lyrics by Kyōgo Yamashita
Composition and Arrangement by Isao Tomita

Opening[edit | edit source]

  1. "Denki Hero Roboman (電気ヒーローロボマン)" by Susumu Ishikawa

Ending[edit | edit source]

  1. "Akuma Dance (悪魔ダンス)" by Sadako Yamada (eps 1-20)
  2. "Roboman Ondo (ロボマン音頭)" by Haruo Minami (eps 21-40)

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Denki Hero Roboman was the last anime to feature Sadako Yamada, who voiced the Akumas, before her abrupt retirement in 1978 and subsequent death in 1995.
  • It was also the first anime the studio produced under Shochiku's ownership.

See also[edit | edit source]

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