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Ninja butai gekkô 

Follows the exploits of Phantom Agent Fantar and his ninja-skilled elite team. Based in Tokyo, the Phantom Agents were skilled in counter terrorism, espionage, all forms of weapons and ... See full summary »

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Tatsuo Yoshida
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Cast

Credited cast:
Jo Mizuki Jo Mizuki ...  Gekkou ('Moon Light')
Akira Yamaguchi Akira Yamaguchi ...  Natsuki ('Harvest Moon')
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Franz Gruber Franz Gruber ...  Government Army Leader (1965)
Michiko Hamamura Michiko Hamamura ...  Agent M-3
Ryuji Ishikawa Ryuji Ishikawa ...  Tsukinowa ('Moon Ring')
Akiko Kagawa Akiko Kagawa ...  Gingetsu ('Silver Moon')
Yasunori Kojima Yasunori Kojima ...  Hangetsu ('Half Moon')
Den Kunikata Den Kunikata ...  Yano
Kôji Matsubara Kôji Matsubara ...  Ghost Mask
Minoru Midorikawa Minoru Midorikawa ...  Narrator
Nigori Miki Nigori Miki ...  Agent M-2
Makiko Mori Makiko Mori ...  Mikazuki ('Crescent Moon')
Kenji Nagisa Kenji Nagisa ...  Tsukikage ('Moon Shadow')
Shôji Nakayama Shôji Nakayama ...  Akebono ('Dawn') Facility Leader
Motohiro Ogasa Motohiro Ogasa ...  Amanuma
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Follows the exploits of Phantom Agent Fantar and his ninja-skilled elite team. Based in Tokyo, the Phantom Agents were skilled in counter terrorism, espionage, all forms of weapons and worked for the Government against the forces of evil. Their traditional enemies included The Black Flag Group, Smig Z and the Moccula.

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Country:

Japan

Language:

Japanese

Also Known As:

Ninja Squad: Moonlight See more »

Company Credits

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Kokusai Hoei See more »
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Technical Specs

Runtime:

(130 episodes)

Sound Mix:

Stereo
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The opening credits featured the Phantom Agents infiltrating an enemy installation using ninja skills and taking out the guards with star knives and martial arts. At one point, the female member of the team, "Gina" shoots a guard with a pistol. Fantar rebukes her with a line that fans across Australia knew by heart, "You shouldn't have shot him. A gun's a last resort......always remember, we're Phantom Agents!" See more »

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Always remember!
22 February 2007 | by baxter27See all my reviews

"Margo! You shouldn't have shot him. A gun is a last resort. Always remember, we're Phantom Agents!" So began every episode of this extremely popular (in Australia) Japanese TV series. Appearing on our screens a month or two after the equally popular "The Samurai" this show seemed like a Japanese version of The Man From U.N.C.L.E. but with spooky and sometimes mystical special effects.

Phantom Agents battled the evil Black Flags of Snig Z and the even more evil international criminal conspiracy, the Ghost Group. Cheesy special effects such as the transistor radio that turned into a rifle were available as toys in Australian shops but we didn't care.

Always remember, we're Phantom Agents!


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