Banpaia Hantâ D

Japan 1985

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Vampire Hunter D
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Directed by Toyoo Ashida

It is the distant future, supernatural creatures are controlling the small civilizations left on Earth. A beautiful young woman, Doris, has been bitten by Count Magnus Lee for trespassing in his domain while hunting for demons threatening her home. Fearing that her life will be controlled by the Count, Doris hires and offers herself to a man known only as D, a vampire hunter with a dark past, to hunt down and destroy the Count, end his thirst, and save Doris from a life of eternal damnation

a.k.a. Vampire Hunter D


Cast:
Kaneto Shiozawa as D
Michael McConnohie as D (voice: English version)
Steve Bulen as Additional Voices (voice)
Lara Cody as Lamika (voice: English version)
Barbara Goodson as Doris Rumm (English version) (voice)
Seizô Katô as Count Magnus Lee
Satoko Kifuji as Lamika
Motomu Kiyokawa as Dr. Feringo
Steve Kramer as Additional Voices (voice)
Joyce Kurtz as Additional Voices (voice)
Kerrigan Mahan as Reiganse (voice: English version)
Edie Mirman as Additional Voices (voice: English version)
Yasuo Muramatsu as Roman
Ichirô Nagai as D's Left Hand, Narration
Shinya Ôtaki (as Susumu Kotaki)
Yoshiko Sakakibara as Younger snake sister
Kazuyuki Sogabe as Rei Ginsei
Kazumi Tanaka as O'Reilly
Kirk Thornton as Additional Voices (voice)
Keiko Toda as Dan Rumm
Kan Tokumaru as Danton
Michie Tomizawa as Doris Rumm (voice)
Jeff Winkless as Additional Voices (voice)
Tom Wyner as Additional Voices (voice)
Kazuko Yanaga as Older snake sister
Yûsaku Yara as Greco

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