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Space Warrior Baldios (宇宙戦士バルディオス Uchū Senshi Baldios) is a Japanese anime film based on the TV series of the same name. It was released in Japan on December 19, 1981.


After polluting the Planet S-1 beyond repair, a race of evil aliens target earth as their next home. Now it is up to a lone outcast and his robotic spacecraft, Baldios, to defend earth. But, first he must convince the distrusting human population of the impending danger


Character Seiyū Dub Actor
Marlin Reagan Kaneto Shiozawa ¿?
Doctor Carter
(Tsukikage Tsuyoshi)
Katsunosuke Hori Mike Worman
General Gattler Hidekatsu Shibata William Ross
Aphrodia Keiko Toda Carrie Sakai
Jamie Hoshino Keiko Han ¿?
Jack Oliver Hideyuki Tanaka Avi Landau
Raita Hokuto Tesshō Genda ¿?
Dr. Quinstein Aiko Konoshima ¿?
Dr. Reagan Masato Yamauchi Cliff Harrington
David Wayne Kazuhiko Inoue ¿?
Milan Shigeru Chiba Jeff Manning
Chairman Morgan Teiji Ōmiya ¿?
Negros Shōzō Iizuka ¿?
Garo Shojiro Kihara ¿?
Degrass Makoto Terada ¿?
Emperor Torino Takeki Nakamura ¿?
Emily Tomiko Suzuki ¿?
King Lenniard Tamio Ōki ¿?
Raska Daijirō Tsutsumi ¿?
Lilan Yuko Ochi ¿?
Nurse Makiko Kawaguchi ¿?
Narration Katsunosuke Hori Richard Nieskens

Additional Voices

  • Don Pomes


  • "So Long Ago"
Lyrics by: Brian Haverty
Sung by: George Reseter


  • Unlike Frontier's other dubs released by Celebrity Home Entertainment, there are no voice actor credits.
  • The running time of the dub is cut down from 117 minutes to 99. Unlike other Frontier dubs re-released by Best Film & Video Corp., their release contains the same edits as Celebrity Home Entertainment, possibly indicating that the film was edited by Toei rather than CHE. Discotek's Blu-ray and DVD release includes the dub seperate from the Japanese version as a result.
  • A baffling edit includes two battle scenes being sped up along with the soundtrack resulting in high-pitched voices and music. Discotek's release noticeably de-syncs during these scenes.
  • Sections of Kentaro Haneda’s score would be plagiarised for use in Joseph Lai’s dub of Captain of Cosmos.

Video Releases

Distributor Year Format Region Country
Celebrity Home Entertainment 1987 VHS.jpg NTSC United States United States
Best Film & Video Corp. 1995
Discotek Media 2017 DVD.jpg 1

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