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Lady Battle Cop
A movie for Lady Battlecop
Lady Battle Cop DVD cover
Release date November 9, 1990
Directed by Akihisa Okamoto
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Lady Battle Cop (女バトルコップ On'na Batorukappu) is Japanese Tokusatsu film released in 1990. It is Toei's first tokusatsu released only by V-Cinema. It is a hybrid of the American film Robocop and the Metal Hero SeriesIcon-crosswiki Kidou Keiji JibanIcon-crosswiki. The suits are designed by Keita Amemiya.

PlotEdit

Two seemingly invincible fighters, one good, one evil. Square off in this sci-fi action opus from Japan. When a four-man terrorist group known as Team Phantom begins raising havoc in downtown Tokyo, the city is in desperate need of a hero. An unexpected champion appears in the form of Lady Battle Cop, a former female tennis champion who has been transformed into a seemingly unstoppable cyborg. But when Team Phantom obtain a secret weapon from an underground military facility. Amadeus, a psychotic murderer with the ability to kill using psychic powers. it's anyone's guess who will emerge triumphant.

CharactersEdit

HeroineEdit

The LadyBattleCop
Lady Battle Cop Kaoru Mikoshiba

AlliesEdit

  • Naoya Koizumi

VillainsEdit

  • International Criminal Organization Cartel
    • Team Phantom

CastEdit

  • Azusa Nakamura as Kaoru Mikoshiba/Lady Battle Cop
  • Kisuke Yamashita as Detective Masaru Saijō
  • Yuki Kitazume as Naoya Koizumi
  • Masaru Matsuda as Amadeus
  • Toshiaki Nishizawa as Iwao Kido
  • Shirō Sano as Henry Ōba
  • Masashi Ishibashi as Team Phantom Captain
  • Annu Mari as Team Phantom Elite
  • Derrick Holmes as Team Phantom Elite
  • Kiyokazu Inoue
  • Ippei Soda
  • Takeshi Ishikawa
  • Killer Khan
  • Kazuyoshi Ozawa
  • Yoshiaki Ueda

Theme SongsEdit

  • Opening Theme: NO NO GIVE-UP
  • Ending Theme: Believe my life ~Watashi wa Watashi

NotesEdit

  • It's unknown if this V-Cinema take place in Toei's shared universe.
  • The ending states that "The Battle Continues", but like some OV movies such as Shin Kamen Rider: PrologueIcon-crosswiki that promise a sequel, there never was a follow up.

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