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    GODZILLA: THE PLANET EATER English Dub Credits

    Author: Keith Aiken Source: Post Haste Digital, Netflix Official Site: godzilla-anime.com (Japan) Twitter: @GODZILLA_ANIME Special Thanks to Kristine de los Santos, Mary Kay De Guzman and Brian Bartelt

    A SCIFI JAPAN EXCLUSIVE

    Toho and Polygon Pictures’ GODZILLA: THE PLANET EATER (GODZILLA ?????, Gojira Hoshi wo Kuu Mono, 2018) -- the final chapter of the "Anigoji" anime movie trilogy -- will stream worldwide (excluding Japan) on Netflix on January 9, 2019. As with the previous chapters, GODZILLA: PLANET OF THE MONSTERS (GODZILLA ????, Gojira Kaij? Wakusei, 2017) and GODZILLA: CITY ON THE EDGE OF BATTLE (GODZILLA ????????, Gojira Kessen Kid? Z?shoku Toshi, 2018), the English language version of THE PLANET EATER was created by Post Haste Digital, a Los Angeles-based audio and video post production facility. Post Haste Digital has provided SciFi Japan with the English dubbing credits for the film. CREDITS GODZILLA A Netflix Film Part 3: THE PLANET EATER Streaming Date: Wednesday, January 9, 2019 (Worldwide) Running Time: 91 Minutes English Dub Staff Artistic Director: Tyler Rhoads Adapter: Rachelle Heger Production Manager: Mary Kay De Guzman Production Coordinator: Kristine de los Santos ADR Engineer: Manuele Pepe Dubbing Studio: Post Haste Digital English Voice Cast Haruo Sakaki: Chris Niosi Metphies: Lucien Dodge Yuko Tani: Cristina Vee Martin Lazzari: Edward Bosco Josh Emerson: Bill Rogers Maina: Kendall Gimbi Miana: Rachelle Heger Eliott Leland: Danny Boston Unberto Mori: Keith Silverstein Takeshi J. Hamamoto: Paul St. Peter Endurph: Joe Ochman Adam Bindewald: Robbie Daymond Halu-Elu Dolu-do: Doug Stone Mulu-Elu Galu-Gu: Taylor Henry Rilu-Elu Belu-be: Rich Brown Haruka Sakaki (Haruo`s Mom): Laura Post Akira Sakaki (Haruo`s Dad): Danny Boston Daichi Tani (Yuko`s Grandad): Paul St. Peter Flame Priestess: Laura Post Controller A: Laura Post Controller B: Rachelle Heger Soldier A: Danny Boston Soldier C: Danny Boston Child A: Laura Post Child B: Kendall Gimbi Child C: Cristina Vee Child D: Kristine de los Santos Children: Laura Post Production Company: Toho Co., Ltd. Production Studio: Polygon Pictures Distributor: Toho (Japan), Netflix (Worldwide) © 2018 TOHO CO., LTD. © 2018 “GODZILLA” Film Partners. All Rights Reserved.


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    About Toho Co., Ltd.

    Founded in 1932 and headquartered in Tokyo, Toho Company, Ltd. is one of the leading entertainment conglomerates in Japan. Toho is best known worldwide as the producer of the Godzilla films, as well as most of the films by the world-renowned director, Akira Kurosawa. Besides film production, Toho also distributes Japanese films (earning the highest box office receipts for decades in Japan) as well as foreign films through its subsidiary, owns first class movie theaters throughout Japan, produces legitimate plays and musicals, and has more than 100 entertainment-related subsidiaries.

    About Polygon Pictures

    Founded in July 1983, PPI is one of the largest digital animation studios in Japan and produces cutting-edge entertainment content in keeping with their mission to "do what no other has done, in unparalleled quality, for all the world to see and enjoy." Including their Malaysian subsidiary studio, Silver Ant PPI Sdn. Bhd., and visual software development company, J Cube Inc., they have brought together over 400 creators from around the world. Together as the Polygon Family, they devote their days to producing digital content for all types of media. Polygon`s notable works include TRANSFORMERS PRIME and STAR WARS: THE CLONE WARS (both Daytime Emmy award winners), Tron: Uprising (Annie award winner), KNIGHTS OF SIDONIA (Director: Kobun Shizuno), RONJA, THE ROBBER’S DAUGHTER (Director: Goro Miyazaki), AJIN: DEMI-HUMAN (Supervising Director: Hiroyuki Seshita, Director: Hiroaki Ando) and more. By fusing unrivaled technical and production planning know-how with the internationally recognized quality of Japanese animation, PPI aims to become a leading company in the content business.


    For more information on the Anigoji Trilogy, please see the earlier coverage here on SciFi Japan:


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