OVA overview

English Title: Fire Tripper
Kanji Title: 炎トリッパー[ファイアー・トリッパー]
Japanese Title: Faiya torippa/Hono Tripper
Alt. Title: Rumic World 1
Type: OVA
Genre: Romance / Occult / Historical / Action
Length: 50 minutes
Year: 1985 (16.12.1985)
Japan Rating: NR (Not Rated)
American Rating: NR (Not Rated)
UK Rating: 15 (R)
Formats: Japanese Dialog, Subtitled (VHS), English Dubbed (VHS)
Copyrights: © 1985 Takahashi Rumiko, Shogakukan, 1985.
Original Story & Art: Rumiko Takahashi
Director: Motosuke Takahashi
Dubbing Director: Michael Bakewell
Music: Koichi Oku

rating info

Profanity: Minimal-Frequent
Sex/Nudity: Several scenes of indistinct nudity, though not in a sexual context. There are two attempted rape scenes, though neither come close to getting anywhere.
Violence: Several scenes of violence, as might be expected in a OAV, which deals with Japan's warring era.

main cast

    Japanese Original

Sumi Shimamoto - Suzuko/Suzu
Yuu Mizushima - Shukumaru
Mayumi Tanaka - Shu

    English Dub

Cynthia Meade - Suzuko
Alan Greaves - Shukumaru
Susan Sheridan - Shu
Julia Burton - Suzu

music

Presentiment (opening theme)
      Written by: Minako Yoshida
      Lyrics by: Kaoru Akimoto
      Performed by: Kaoru Akimoto
      Arranged by: Satoshi Takebe
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Paradox (ending theme)
      Written by: Kaoru Akimoto
      Lyrics by: Kaoru Akimoto
      Performed by: Kaoru Akimoto
      Arranged by: Satoshi Takebe
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Firetripper OST (16.12.1985)
1. Paradox
2. Yatou no gun (Band of Bandits)
3. Futatsu no sekai (Two Worlds)
4. Fushigi (Mystery)
5. Murabito (Villager)
6. Suzuko no Teema (Suzuko's Theme)
7. Yokan (Presentiment)
8. Tatakai (Conflict)
9. Yasuragi (Peace)
10. Kesshin (Determination)
11. Ending Theme

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