The Super Dimension Fortress Macross: Do You Remember Love? (超時空要塞マクロス 愛・おぼえていますか Chōjikū Yōsai Makurosu: Ai Oboete Imasu ka) is a 1984 Japanese animated movie based around the Macross television series. It is a condensed retelling of the series storyline.
The movie was dubbed in Hong Kong on commission from Toho in the late 80's for international sales. The dub is infamously poor to the point that its origin has been speculated to have been made for use as an educational tool to teach English.
It was originally released on VHS in the United States by Celebrity Home Entertainment in 1991 under its "Just for Kids" label. Released under the title Clash of the Bionoids, the movie was heavily edited, excising around 30 minutes of content. In particular, the ending was heavily modified from the original Japanese version: the scene with Hikaru calling the Macross after Boddole Zer's explosion was removed, giving the false impression that Hikaru died in the blast. The movie was later rereleased by Best Film & Video in 1995, like most other Celebrity titles, this time uncut.
Due to the complicated legal entanglements of the movie, and the Macross franchise in general, it is unlikely that the movie will see an proper English release or dub anytime in the future.
|Hikaru Ichijo||Arihiro Hase||John Culkin|
|Lynn Minmay||Mari Ijima||¿?|
|Misa Hayase||Mika Doi||¿?|
|Roy Focker||Akira Kamiya||Barry Haigh|
|Maximillian Jenius||Shō Hayami||¿?|
|Claudia La Salle||Noriko Ohara||¿?|
|Hayao Kakizaki||Katsumi Suzuki||Simon Broad|
|Bruno J. Global||Michio Hazama|
|Shammy Milliome||Sanae Miyuki||¿?|
|Kim Kabirov||Hiromi Tsuru||¿?|
|Vanessa Laird||Run Sasaki||¿?|
|Lynn Kaifun||Hirotaka Suzuoki||Simon Broad|
|Kamjin Kravshera||Kōsuke Meguro||¿?|
|Milia Fallyna||Eri Takeda||¿?|
|Britai Kridanik||Eiji Kanie||Matthew Oram|
|Exsedol Folmo||Ryūsuke Ōbayashi||¿?|
|Golg Boddole Zer||Osamu Ichikawa||¿?|
- Carl Macek originally intended on using the movie for Robotech: The Movie using the cast for the TV series. However, he was unable to license the movie, so Megazone 23 Part I was used instead.
|Celebrity Home Entertainment||1991||NTSC||United States|
|Best Film & Video Corp.||1995|