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Project A-Ko (1986)

Purojekuto A-ko (original title)
Unrated | | Animation, Comedy, Sci-Fi | 21 June 1986 (Japan)
Project A-ko is the typical love triangle of three school girls and their confrontations with aliens, giant robots, and women who look like burly men.

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A-ko (voice)
Stacey Gregg ...
A-ko (1992) (voice)
Emi Shinohara ...
B-ko (voice)
Denica Fairman ...
B-ko (1992) (voice)
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C-ko (voice)
Julia Braams ...
C-ko (1992) (voice) (as Julia Brahms)
Shûichi Ikeda ...
Captain (voice)
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Captain (1992) (voice)
Marc Smith ...
D / Commander / Mari / Walla (1992) (voice)
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D (voice)
Asami Mukaidono ...
Ayumi (voice)
Liza Ross ...
Ayumi (1992) (voice) (as Lisa Ross)
Akari Hibino ...
Asa (voice) (as Yoko Kogaiyu)
Toni Barry ...
Asa / Students / Tech / Witness / Walla (1992) (voice)
Yoshino Takamori ...
Ine (voice)
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Project A-ko is the typical love triangle of three school girls and their confrontations with aliens, giant robots, and women who look like burly men. Written by David McGuire <bdm55707@jetson.uh.edu>

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The third time A-ko collides with D, the Japanese word "itai" (ouch) appears in the screen for a single frame. See more »

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After the alien ship destroys the space station, the resulting wreckage floats across the screen towards the left comes to a complete stop. In the next shot, the debris is moving once again. See more »

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D: This is DC138621-S113, code name "D".
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Referenced in Puni Puni Poemy (2001) See more »

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In Your Eyes
Performed by Samantha Newark
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Finest Anime Ever
18 March 2000 | by (Elgin, Moray) – See all my reviews

Projetc A-ko is a rare anime. It is an anime that can appeal to a lot of people without having to resort to head-popping violence, grotesque sex or extreme swearing. Project A-ko is funny and the more you watch it, the more you get out of it. The number of in jokes are astonishing, the characters are extremely funny, the tempo of the movie is upbeat and always leaves you on a high. If you're after a highly enjoyable anime, start here because nothing surpasses it. Incidentally, watching all 6 movies is also highly reccomended as on its one Project A-ko is a funny but as a series, it is an anime classic.


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