William Winckler Productions Dubbing Classic Toei Titles for US Release


Mike Ferreira (Editor) — September 22nd, 2009 — 21:52
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California-based William Winckler Productions (WWP) announced that they are working with Toei Animation and Ricolo Productions to dub titles from various Toei properties. Currently, 23 feature-length titles were dubbed, and the companies plan to produce more in the future. The current dubbed lineup includes the following:

  • The Adventures of Nadja (Ashita no Nadja)
  • The Adventures of Nadja II
  • Danguard Ace
  • Danguard Ace II
  • Danguard Ace III
  • Fist of the North Star - The Shin Saga (Hokuto no Ken)
  • Fist of the North Star - The Ray Saga
  • Fist of the North Star - The Souther Saga
  • Fist of the North Star - The Toki Saga
  • Fist of the North Star - The Raul Saga
  • Fist of the North Star - The Kaioh Saga
  • Gaiking
  • Gaiking II
  • Gaiking III
  • Kitaro's Graveyard Gang (GeGeGe no Kitaro)
  • Kitaro's Graveyard Gang II
  • Lun Lun The Flower Girl (Hana-ko Lun Lun)
  • Lun Lun The Flower Girl II
  • Space Pirate Captain Harlock
  • Space Pirate Captain Harlock II
  • Starzinger
  • Starzinger II
  • Starzinger III

WWP's dub cast includes the following actors:

  • William Winckler
  • G. Larry Butler
  • Robert Axelrod
  • David Gerrold
  • Kyle Rea
  • Marieve Herington
  • Don Glut
  • Paul Oberle
  • Bradford Hill
  • Jason Barker-Avellino
  • Laura Siegel
  • Alison Lees-Taylor
  • Caleb Pearson
  • Fred Laderman (Fred Ladd)
  • Chase Masterson
  • George Lindsey Jr.
  • Anne Lockhart
  • Butch Patrick.

Ladd played an unspecified role in the Nadja dub. William Winckler will provide a number of roles in the dubs, including the following:

  • Captain Harlock in Space Pirate Captain Harlock
  • Kenshiro in Fist of the North Star
  • Sir Jogo in Starzinger
  • Sanshiro in Gaiking
  • Uncle Herman in The Adventures of Nadja
  • Yavoque in Lun Lun the Flower Girl
  • Captain Dan in Danguard Ace
  • Nezumi Otoko (Mouse Man) in Kitaro.

Previously, Winckler wrote and directed the dub for Tekkaman, The Space Knight.