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Mobile Suit SD Gundam (Kidou Senshi SD Gundam, SD Gundam Mk. I, 機動戦士SDガンダム) is a series of animated shorts based on the Mobile Suit Gundam series. It was first released in movie theaters in Japan in 1988-03-12 alongside Mobile Suit Gundam: Char's Counterattack, and later on VHS with an additional short.
A collection of short parodies of the Mobile Suit Gundam saga. Episode 1 pokes fun at key events that occurred during the One Year War. In episode 2, Amuro, Kamille and Judau fight over who runs the better pension when Char comes in to crash their party. Episode 3 is the SD Olympics, an array of athletic events pitting man with mobile suit.
Cast & Crew
|Judau Ashta||Kazuki Yao|
|ZZ Gundam||Kazuki Yao|
|Mineva Lao Zabi||Miki Itou|
|Kamille Bidan||Nobuo Tobita|
|Zeta Gundam||Nobuo Tobita|
|Bright Noa||Hirotaka Suzuoki|
|Char Aznable||Shuuichi Ikeda|
|Amuro Ray||Tohru Furuya|
|Haman Karn||Yoshiko Sakakibara|
|Fa Yuiry||Miyuki Matsuoka|
|Paptimus Scirocco||Bin Shimada|
|Mirai Yashima||Fuyumi Shiraishi|
|Lalah Sune||Keiko Han|
|Emma Sheen||Maya Okamoto|
|Fraw Bow||Rumiko Ukai|
|Four Murasame||Saeko Shimazu|
|Kai Shiden||Toshio Furukawa|
|Sayla Mass||You Inoue|
|Dozle Zabi||Daisuke Gouri|
|Degwin Sodo Zabi||Hidekatsu Shibata|
|Woody Malden||Hideyuki Tanaka|
|Garma Zabi||Katsuji Mori|
|Matilda Ajan||Keiko Toda|
- As with most foreign names, the Japanese have a hard time pronouncing Paptimus Scirocco's name. They often confuse Scirocco with "syrup" or "torokko" (the Japanese word for "mining cart").
- Kamille Bidan appears starry-eyed due to the outcome of episode 50 of Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam.
- Episode 3 is a parody of Hanna-Barbera's Laff-a-lympics.
- Before the first race in episode 3, Judau references Canadian sprinter Ben Johnson, who won the gold medal at the 100 m final in the 1988 Summer Olympics, but was disqualified after he was tested positive for steroid use.