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Postby Astronomical girl » 10 years ago

I saw some of the trailers on Todou
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Postby Alittleacorn » 10 years ago

"F-Man" wrote:[QUOTE=drakeshe;92462]It is available on DVD. Available from Sarai Inc.
If you have a look at the home page (http://www.sarai-inc.com/), you can see that they have many movies that they sell.


That site only seems to show the movies Sarai is showing, with the relevant posters. I'd love to be proven wrong, however I think if there was a DVD it would be on Amazon.co.jp and other stores from Japan.[/QUOTE]

The previews some from the Tezuka's Production website, but none of them are out on dvd, it's possible to watch them online from paid sites but only if you live in Japan...they're really cruel :cry:

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Postby F-Man » 10 years ago

The links I made are direct links to the videos that are displayed on the official site by the way, so they should work even without an account on Nico Nico Douga. I think the ones on Tudou were made by recording those vids, so the quality is much inferior.
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Postby Androids101 » 10 years ago

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Postby Androids101 » 10 years ago

I know its been a long time that this thread has been used, however I found parts of the film online, and although it might not be the entire film many of it has been covered.

http://www.tudou.com/programs/view/VzYjLAHzuuU/
http://www.tudou.com/programs/view/zle8tvqq6sw/
http://www.tudou.com/programs/view/5U3XpAGE6u8/
http://www.tudou.com/programs/view/g1mBYLWFyv0/
http://www.tudou.com/programs/view/jHkZVc_scl8/
http://www.tudou.com/programs/view/IjS5BBv4fWU/

As you can see, these parts are all around 8 minutes, which is pretty much 48 minutes of this film. Thats...the majority.

Also, being out of order any help re-ordering these would be appreciated.
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Postby Astronomical girl » 10 years ago

AWESOME! Androids :w00t:
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Postby F-Man » 10 years ago

"Androids101" wrote:I know its been a long time that this thread has been used, however I found parts of the film online, and although it might not be the entire film many of it has been covered.


No, that's just the first 8 minutes of the different short films that have been posted before.



"F-Man" wrote:Here are direct links for the movie previews if you want to watch them in full screen (press F11 first)

  1. Astro Boy: Shinsen-gumi
  2. 鉄腕アトム~地球最後の日~
  3. ASTROBOY鉄腕アトム アトム誕生の秘密
  4. ASTROBOY鉄腕アトム イワンの惑星
  5. ASTROBOY鉄腕アトム 輝ける地球
  6. ASTROBOY 鉄腕アトム 10万光年の来訪者・IGZA

I'd love to save them directly to my PC. I think it can be done if you find the video pages on Nico Nico Douga, but I think you need an account there.


By the way, I realized my links don't work anymore... It turns out the URL changes every now and then, and you have to check the page source to get the new URL (on the TezukaOsamu.net pages). Alittleacorn posted another topic a while ago with those Tudou vids, because she also made the same mistake to think they were all parts of the 2005 film. :p So I already knew about them, but I don't want those for my PC fullscreen viewing... Their quality is terrible. I'm still looking for a way to get the original ones on the official Tezuka site.

By the way, I tried to rent the movies sometime ago for streaming, but it turns out they were only offered to various sites until June, so it's now too late, even for people in Japan, to watch them outside of the Kyoto museum or IMAX theaters for the last one. Didn't anyone try to rent them while they were available? Maybe it would've worked even outside Japan. D:
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Postby Androids101 » 10 years ago

This seems to be (pretty much) the homepage for the film. Its all in Japanese, though.

http://homepage2.nifty.com/sarai-jp/atom.html
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Postby Androids101 » 10 years ago

This is pretty much the plot of the film (translated from Google Translator) from the plot in the link which I have provided above.

"A world that humans and robots be friends ..."
To fulfill a dream, Atom strongest challenge to the enemy hard

The Galileo spaceship carrying the world who issue II atom. The destination is Saturn's satellite Titan. Earth as a star surrounded by a thick atmosphere. "You might have a life!" The kids heart beat faster. However, we greeted the arriving atoms from Titan were attacking someone. Titan's surface and under the shadow of the huge buildings of the mystery .... There were there two million years, life had been waiting for the arrival of mechanical robot evolution was Iguza.
In the distant stars, Iguza destroyed humanity. However, that body had been invaded by a virus. To cure it, but they needed a body atom. Incorporating atom Iguza humans to destroy the earth. Iguza purpose was to make the world a life of only mechanical robot.
Iguza desperately to resist, to protect human atoms. First Dr. Ochanomizu, Yoon beautiful girl, uranium atoms to support children. The story of friendship and adventure begins in the Universe!
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Postby Wants_to_fly_with_Astro » 9 years ago

what?!?! i MUST see this!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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