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Masayuki Hayashi

Masayuki Hayashi

Conhecido(a) por: Visual Effects

3 Séries de TV

Biografia

Rintaro was born in Tokyo. His first job in the animation industry was as an in-between animator on the 1958 film Hakujaden, which he worked on while working at Toei Animation. After working on two additional films there, he began working for Mushi Productions, the studio run by Osamu Tezuka. His first directing job was the fourth episode of the 1963 series Astro Boy. After leaving Mushi in 1971 to become a freelancer, he worked on many TV series and films, and established himself as one of the most respected and well-known anime directors in Japan.In recent years, Rintaro has lectured at Kyoto Seika University.Rintaro's brother, Masayuki Hayashi, is himself an anime director and animator with credits including Wandering Sun, Kimba the White Lion, Combattler V and several Tatsunoko productions including Kerokko Demetan, Dash Kappei, The Littl' Bits, and Okawari Boy Starzan S. Some sources, including The Anime Encyclopedia, erroneously claim that "Masayuki Hayashi" and "Rintaro" are one and the same. Films. Original Video Animation. TV series. Astro Boy (1963 - as Shigeyuki Hayashi) Wanpaku Tanteidan (1968) Sabu to Ichi Torimono Hikae (1968) Moomin (1969 TV series) (1969, episodes 27-65) New Moomin (1972) Hoshi no Ko Chobin (1974) Wanpaku Omukashi Kumu Kumu (1975) Manga Nihon Mukashi Banashi (1975, Co-director) Jetter Mars (1977) Arrow Emblem: Hawk of the Grand Prix (1977) Space Pirate Captain Harlock (1978) Ganbare Genki (1980) Dragon Quest (1989) Reign: The Conqueror (1999, Producer) Akagi (2005, OP supervisor) Yume Tsukai (2006, OP storyboard) Blade (2011, Co-director) The Pet Girl of Sakurasou (2012, ED storyboard)

Filmes e Séries de TV

1972.

1 Série de TV

1971.

1 Série de TV

1970.

1 Série de TV
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