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Hiroyuki Kitakubo

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Date of Birth:
15 November 1963Tokyo, Japan

Short Biography:
Hiroyuki Kitakubo was born on November 15, 1963 in Tokyo, Japan. He is known for his work on Akira (1988), Blood: The Last Vampire (2000) and Black Magic M-66 (1987).

Blood: The Last Vampire (2000)

# 05593 IMDb

Blood: The Last Vampire (2000)

By Hiroyuki Kitakubo

Animation, Horror, Action (48min)

Japan Japan

Rated 6.7 after 10,457 votes on 19-Apr-17.

2 wins & 2 nominations

Japan, 1966. Saya is part of a secret team destroying daemons. She is sent undercover as a student at the Yokota Air Base in Fussa-shi, Tokyo, just before Halloween. She discovers that two of her classmates are vampires in disguise just as they are preparing to attack the school nurse; meanwhile, her colleagues have discovered another vampire acting as a bartender in the local red-light district. (...)

Rôjin Z (1991)

# 13518 IMDb

Rôjin Z (1991)

(Roujin Z)

By Hiroyuki Kitakubo

Animation, Comedy, Drama, Sci-Fi, Thriller (1h 20min)

Japan Japan

Rated 6.9 after 1,523 votes on 09-Jul-17.

1 win

An old man is being treated specially by the Department of Health under the so-called Project Z, a special nursing bed with a 6th generation computer on board. When the pain and loneliness of the old man reaches his ex-private nurse, she decides to rescue him from the government's experiment. Thus begins a wild chase through the busy streets of Tokyo as the 6th generation computer begins to have (...)

Robotto kânibaru (1987)

# 14711 IMDb

Robotto kânibaru (1987)

(Robot Carnival)

TaglineNine Animators. One Vision.

By Atsuko Fukushima (segments "Coming Soon", "See You Again"), Hiroyuki Kitakubo (segment "Tale of Two Robots, A"), Hiroyuki Kitazume (segment "Starlight Angel"), Kôji Morimoto (segment "Franken's Gear") (as Kouji Morimoto), Takashi Nakamura (segment "Nightmare")

Animation, Comedy, Drama, Fantasy, Sci-Fi (1h 30min)

Japan Japan

Fine! Rated 7.2 after 1,381 votes on 08-Jul-18.

This is a Fantasia-like anthology of robots. The most noble are Presence, Deprive, and Nightmare. Nightmare is the story of an evil, cybernetic overlord that rises one night and unleashes its robotic servants. Deprive is a science fiction tale of a young girl who has been abducted by an invading army of robots, and only a mysterious cyborg can help her. Presence is about a young toy-maker who (...)

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