Ghost In The Shell 1995 English Dub

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AKA: 攻殻機動隊 (Koukaku Kidoutai), Mobile Armored Riot Police
Genre: Cyberpunk sci-fi
Length: Movie, 85 minutes
Distributor: VHS and R1 DVD from Manga Entertainment, available streaming on Youtube.
Content Rating: 16+ (graphic violence, profanity)
Related Series: Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex, Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex 2nd Gig, Ghost in the Shell: Innocence
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Notes: Based loosely on the manga by Masamune Shirow.
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Synopsis

Bill Gates was right -- the future will be a very electronic age indeed. Logging to the Internet will be as commonplace as making a phone call, and people will be surgically enhanced with computer and machine components to the point that the soul, known as the 'ghost,' will be the only thing that separates the programmed from the human. Of course, not even the ghost is safe from hacking, and 'ghost-hacked' victims are wretched souls whose ghosts have been irreparably altered by computer hackers to serve their own ends.

Major Kusanagi Motoko is an officer of the Section 9 security force, and has been so altered by cybernetic enhancements that her ghost is practically all that remains of her original self. When a hacker-supercriminal called the Puppetmaster starts to hack into classified information belonging to the government using ghost-hacked victims, Kusanagi is assigned to the case. The lines between artificial intelligence and sentience begin to blur as Kusanagi begins to uncover a governmental conspiracy involving the creation of.. well, I won't spoil it for you.


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  • Ghost in the Shell is a 1995 anime cyberpunk film based on the manga of the same name by Masamune Shirow. It was written by Kazunori Itō and directed by Mamoru Oshii, and stars the voices of Atsuko Tanaka, Akio Ōtsuka, and Iemasa Kayumi.
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Ghost In The Shell 1995 English Dub

Review

This film is a revised version of Ghost in the Shell (1995). The futuristic adventures of a female cyborg counter intelligence agent and her support team. Ghost in the Shell is a futuristic thriller with intense action scenes mixed with slower artistic sequences and many philosophical questions about one’s soul, gender and human identity in.

Manga Entertainment has hyped this title to the point that you'd think it was the only thing it was selling in the U.S. This flick will no doubt be considered by many people to be a classic much in the same vein as Akira.

The art and animation are quite remarkable. There are some simply lovely visual and special effects to be found in this thing. The animation is smooth, fluid, and lightning fast, and the art is moody and sharp. The cityscapes and lighting are especially nice, as are the computer graphics. This thing spends a lot of time simply showing you the bizarre world of the future, and if you watch anime for the animation alone, you'll be in cyber heaven with this one.

The soundtrack is bizarre, evocative, and very fitting for the flick. Dubbing is adequate, although there are more than a few parts where the voice-acting goes flat, particularly in the introspective 'am I a human operating a machine or a machine operating a human?' scenes. The characters are all okay, although Kusinagi begins to fall into the 'tough-as-nails-emotionless-heroine' cliche a bit too much at times (Bateau, Kusinagi's partner, is done remarkably well considering his minor role in the story).

The plot combines the genres of governmental conspiracy and metaphilosophy fairly well, but not nearly with the panache and style of Patlabor 2. The story, when you get down to it, lacks the substance and depth that fans (and Manga Entertainment) claim it has, and the 'surprise twist' near the end failed to surprise me one bit. Manga's slogan 'It found a voice.. now it needs a body' seems to describe Ghost In the Shell's plight pretty well. It's got a start, but not much meat underneath.

All in all, though, this is still a good, moody flick that anime fans will be talking about for a long time after watching.

Like Akira, its reputation may be a little overexaggerated. — Raphael See

Recommended Audience: Not for kids. There are some rather bloody explosions and deaths, along with language that is harsher than most flicks of its ilk. Quite a bit of nudity with Kusanagi and another andoid body (I won't spoil it here).


Ghost in the shell sub Version(s) Viewed: VHS, English dub
Review Status: Full (1/1)
Ghost in the Shell © 1995 Masamune Shirow / Kodansha / Bandai Visual / Manga Entertainment
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Directed by

Mamoru Oshii

Writing Credits

Shirow Masamune. (based on the manga by) (as Masamune Shirow)
Kazunori Itô. (screenplay)

Cast (in credits order) complete, awaiting verification

Atsuko Tanaka . Motoko Kusanagi (voice)
Akio Ôtsuka . Batou (voice)
Kôichi Yamadera . Togusa (voice)
Yutaka Nakano . Ishikawa (voice)
Tamio Ohki . Aramaki (voice)
Tesshô Genda . Director Nakamura (voice)
Namaki Masakazu . Dr. Willis (voice)
Masato Yamanouchi . Minister of Foreign Affairs (voice)
Shinji Ogawa . Diplomat (voice)
Mitsuru Miyamoto . Mizuho Daita (voice)
Kazuhiro Yamaji . Garbage Collector A (voice)
Shigeru Chiba . Garbage Collector B (voice)
Hiroshi Yanaka . Coroner (voice)
Ginzô Matsuo . Old Man (voice)
Takashi Matsuyama . Terrorist (voice)
Sanryô Odaka . Technician (voice)
Masamichi Satô . Driver (voice)
Atsuko Hayashida . Operator (voice)
Yûji Ueda . Voice Communication (voice)
Toshiki Kameyama . Sniper (voice)
Atsushi Goto . Commander (voice)
Maaya Sakamoto . Kusanagi as a Girl (voice)
Iemasa Kayumi . Puppet Master (voice)
Richard Epcar . Batou (voice) (as Richard George)
Mimi Woods . Major Motoko Kusanagi (voice)
William Frederick Knight . Section 9 Department Chief Aramaki (voice) (as William Frederick)
Tom Wyner . Puppet Master (voice) (as Abe Lasser)
Christopher Joyce . Togusa (voice)
Michael Sorich . Ishikawa (voice) (as Mike Sorich)
Simon Prescott . Section 6 Department Chief Nakamura (voice) (as Ben Isaacson)
Richard Cansino . Mizuho Daita / Sniper Team (voice) (as Steve Davis)
Phil Williams . Dr. Willis (voice) (as Phil Williams)
Peter Spellos . Bad Guy in Getaway Car (voice) (as David Conrad)
Michael Forest . Old Man (voice) (as George Celik)
Kevin Seymour . Garbage Collector A (voice) (as Tom Carlton)
Doug Stone . Garbage Collector B (voice)
Steve Bulen . Section 9 Staff Cyberneticist / Coroner (voice)
Joe Romersa . Crass Truck Driver (voice) (as Joe Michaels)
Steve Blum . Additional Voices (voice) (as Roger Canfield)
Lia Sargent . Security Voice (voice)
Wanda Nowicki . Additional Voices (voice) (as Toni Burke)
Sam Sheffer . Additional Voices (voice)
Dorothy Elias-Fahn . Operator (voice) (as Dorothy Gabriel)
Joan Mason . Additional Voices (voice)
Ben Parks . Additional Voices (voice)
Donald Salin . Additional Voices (voice)
Amy Wong . Additional Voices (voice) (as Amy Wong)
Leo Gray . Additional Voices (voice)
Debra Rogers . Additional Voices (voice) (as S.J. Charvin)
Scott Prensor . Additional Voices (voice)
Meg Hamilton . Additional Voices (voice)
Stephen Apostolina . Technician (voice) (as Stephen Platt)
Gilbert Navarro . Additional Voices (voice)
Milton James . Additional Voices (voice) (as Murray Williams)
Gina Connell . Additional Voices (voice)
Gloria Oldman . Additional Voices (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Stephen Davis . Diplomat (voice) (uncredited)
Daran Norris . EEG Cyberneticist (voice) (uncredited)
Mike Reynolds . Minister (voice) (uncredited)
John Snyder . Tsuan Gen Fang / Sniper Target Leader (voice) (uncredited)
Kirk Thornton . Helicopter Pilot (voice) (uncredited)

Produced by

Andy Frain. executive producer
Laurence Guinness. associate producer
Makoto Ibuki. associate producer
Mitsuhisa Ishikawa. producer
Ken Iyadomi. producer
Ken Matsumoto. producer
Teruo Miyahara. executive producer
Yoshimasa Mizuo. producer
Takashi Mogi. executive producer
Yasushi Sukeof. associate producer
Shigeru Watanabe. executive producer
Hiroshi Yamazaki. associate producer

Music by

Ghost In The Shell 1995 English Dub Torrent

Kenji Kawai

Cinematography by

Hisao Shirai. director of photography

Film Editing by

Ghost In A Shell 1995

Shûichi Kakesu

Production Design by

Takashi Watabe

Art Direction by

Hiromasa Ogura

Production Management

Anime
Ryuji Mitsumoto. production manager

Art Department

Makiko Kojima. ink and paint: Production I.G.

Sound Department

Arman Boyles. sound mix assistant
Les Claypool III. additional sound effects (as Les E. Claypool) / post-production sound supervisor (as Les E. Claypool)
Shuji Inoue. sound recording engineer
Kurt Kassulke. re-recording mixer
Hironori Ono. sound effects assistant
Paul Ratajczak. re-recording mixer
Kazutoshi Satô. sound effects (as Kazutoshi Satou)
Kazuhiro Wakabayashi. sound director
Akira Yoda. sound associate
Masatoshi Yokomizo. sound associate

Special Effects by

Ghost In The Shell 1995

Mutsu Murakami. special effects

Visual Effects by

Tetsuo Kaneko. opticals
Masao Shibata. opticals

Animation Department

Masahiro Andô. animator
Koichi Arai. animator
Masatsugu Arakawa. animator (as Shinji Arakawa)
Miho Asatani. inbetween artist: Production IG
Hisashi Eguchi. animator
Toyoaki Emura. animator
Masumi Ezaki. inbetween artist: Production IG
Satoi Fujiwara. inbetween artist: Production IG
Keiko Hagimori. inbetween artist: DR Movie
Hideki Hamazu. animator
Takashi Hashimoto. animator
Sachiyo Hiraide. inbetween artist: DR Movie
Shûichi Hirata. background artist
Kazuya Hoshi. animator
Hisashi Ikeda. background artist
Katsumi Ikeda. inbetween artist: Production IG (as Katsuki Ikeda)
Seong-kim Im. inbetween artist: DR Movie
Toshiyuki Inoue. animator
Akiharu Ishii. animator
Mitsuo Iso. animator
Yoshiyuki Itô. animator
Hiroyo Izumi. inbetween artist: Production IG
Masatoshi Kai. background artist
Yûko Kami. inbetween artist: Production IG
Shôji Kawamori. mechanical designer
Kumiko Kawana. animator
Hirotsugu Kawasaki. animator
Moon-hee Kim. inbetween artist: DR Movie
Soon-ah Kim. inbetween artist: DR Movie
Yoon-sook Kim. inbetween artist: DR Movie
Kazuchika Kise. animator / key animation supervisor / layout artist
Kôji Komurakata. animator
Yûko Koyama. inbetween artist: Production IG
Jae-sook Lee. inbetween artist: DR Movie
Seok-min Lee. inbetween artist: DR Movie
Nobuko Mizuta. cel checker
Namiko Mori. inbetween artist: Production IG
Yasushi Muraki. animator
Kayoko Nabeta. inbetween artist: Production IG
Akiko Nagashima. inbetween artist: Production IG
Mika Nakabayashi. inbetween artist: Production IG
Rieko Nakai. inbetween artist: Production IG
Tamaki Nakatsu. assistant to animation director
Mizuho Nishikubo. animation director (as Toshihiko Nishikubo)
Hiromasa Ogura. background artist
Tensai Okamura. animator
Hiroyuki Okiura. animator / character designer / key animation supervisor / layout artist
Tetsuhito Saitô. animator
Mamoru Sasaki. animator
Masahiro Satô. inbetween artist: Production IG
Kanami Sekiguchi. inbetween artist: Production IG
Mitsumi Shitani. inbetween artist: Production IG
Yasumitsu Suetake. layout artist
Itsuko Takeda. inbetween artist: Production IG
Yôji Takeshige. background artist
Kyôko Taketani. inbetween artist: Production IG
Atsushi Takeuchi. animator / layout artist / mechanical designer
Yûichi Tanaka. animator (as Yuichi Tanaka)
Manabu Tanzawa. animator
Takashi Watabe. background designer / layout artist
Keiko Watanabe. inbetween artist: DR Movie
Sawako Yajima. inbetween artist: Production IG
Yayoi Yamashita. cel checker
Yoshio Yamazaki. inbetween artist: Production IG
Miyako Yatsu. animator
Masayuki Yoshiwara. animator
Kumiko Yusa. color setter
Hiroyoshi Ôkawa. animator
Yasuhiro Ôshima. animator (as Yasuhiro Ohshima)

Editorial Department

Hiroaki Hirabayashi. color timer
Takeshi Imai. assistant editor
Staci Vice. assistant editor
Shigeyuki Yamamori. assistant editor
Yayoi Ôtake. assistant editor

Other crew

Mamoru Akimoto. production scheduler
Mary Claypool. adr script (as Mary Mason)
Danielle Garnier. publicity staff: publicity
Paul C. Halbert. translator: English
Nobuhiro Hayashi. translation coordinator
Mitsuo Iso. weapons designer
Naoki Kanazawa. video effects
Hirokazu Karasawa. weapons advisor
Yumiko Katayama. color section
Ayako Koike. title designer
Megumi Maeda. production scheduler
Yutaka Maseba. translation coordinator
Haruo Mizuno. production coordinator
Toru Nozaki. advertising
Kikuo Nôtomi. weapons advisor
Shuichi Satou. color section
Kevin Seymour. adr script (as Quint Lancaster) / voice director (as Quint Lancaster)
Teruhisa Tajima. title designer
Shigeyuki Tsuchida. video effects
Taro Yoshida. translation coordinator / translator: English
Tomio Yoshioka. international coordinator

Ghost In The Shell Full Movie English

In the year 2029, the world has become interconnected by a vast electronic network that permeates every aspect of life. That same network also becomes a battlefield for Tokyo's Section Nine security force, which has been charged with apprehending the master hacker known only as the Puppet Master. Spearheading the investigation is Major Motoko Kusanagi, who -- like many in her department -- is a cyborg officer, far more powerful than her human appearance would suggest. And yet as the Puppet Master, who is even capable of hacking human minds, leaves a trail of victims robbed of their memories, Kusanagi ponders the very nature of her existence: is she purely an artificial construct, or is there more? What, exactly, is the 'ghost' -- her essence -- in her cybernetic 'shell'? When Section Six gets involved in the case, she is forced to confront the fact that there is more here than meets the eye, and that the Puppet Master may hold some of the answers she seeks. But little does she know that he has been seeking her as well. ~ Emru Townsend, Rovi