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Encyclopedia > Dai Sentai Goggle V
Dai Sentai Goggle V
Genre Tokusatsu
Created by Toei
Starring Ryouji Akagi, Jun'ichi Haruta, Shigeki Ishii, Sanpei Godai, Megumi Oogawa
Narrated by Toru Ohira
Composer(s) Michiaki Watanabe
Country of origin Flag of Japan Japan
No. of episodes 50
Production
Producer(s) Moriyoshi Katō
Takeyuki Suzuki
Running time 30 minutes
Production
company(s)
TV Asahi
Toei Company
Toei Advertising
Broadcast
Original channel TV Asahi
Original run February 6, 1982January 21, 1983
Chronology
Preceded by Taiyou Sentai Sun Vulcan
Followed by Kagaku Sentai Dynaman

Dai Sentai Goggle V (大戦隊ゴーグルファイブ Dai Sentai Gōguru Faibu?), translated into English as Great Squadron Goggle V, is a Japanese tokusatsu television series. It was the sixth installment in Toei Company's Super Sentai series of tokusatsu television dramas. It aired on TV Asahi from February 6, 1982 to January 21, 1983, with a total of 50 episodes. It was the most-watched Super Sentai series in Japan as of 2006. Icons of tokusatsu in the late 1970s: Spider-Man, Kamen Rider Stronger, Kamen Rider V3, Battle Fever J, Ultraman Jonias, as well as the manga and anime icon Doraemon Tokusatsu ) is a Japanese word that literally means special effects. ... It has been suggested that this article or section be merged with Toei Animation. ... Toru Ohira , born September 24, 1929 in Tokyo) is a veteran seiyÅ«. He graduated from Meiji University School of Political Science and Economics. ... Image File history File links Flag_of_Japan. ... This article is about the year 50. ... TV Asahi Corporation ) (TYO: 9409 ), also known as EX and Tele-Asa ), is a television network headquartered in Roppongi, Minato, Tokyo, Japan. ... It has been suggested that this article or section be merged with Toei Animation. ... TV Asahi Corporation ) (TYO: 9409 ), also known as EX and Tele-Asa ), is a television network headquartered in Roppongi, Minato, Tokyo, Japan. ... is the 37th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 1982 (MCMLXXXII) was a common year starting on Friday (link displays the 1982 Gregorian calendar). ... is the 21st day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 1983 (MCMLXXXIII) was a common year starting on Saturday (link displays the 1983 Gregorian calendar). ... Taiyou Sentai Sun Vulcan ), translated into English as Solar Squadron Sun Vulcan, is Toeis fifth entry to its Super Sentai series. ... Dynaman redirects here. ... The English language is a West Germanic language that originates in England. ... Icons of tokusatsu in the late 1970s: Spider-Man, Kamen Rider Stronger, Kamen Rider V3, Battle Fever J, Ultraman Jonias, as well as the manga and anime icon Doraemon Tokusatsu ) is a Japanese word that literally means special effects. ... It has been suggested that this article or section be merged with Toei Animation. ... The official logo of the Super Sentai Series introduced in 2000 during the run of Mirai Sentai Timeranger The Super Sentai Series ) is the name given to the long running Japanese superhero team genre of shows produced by Toei Company Ltd. ... Icons of tokusatsu in the late 1970s: Spider-Man, Kamen Rider Stronger, Kamen Rider V3, Battle Fever J, Ultraman Jonias, as well as the manga and anime icon Doraemon Tokusatsu ) is a Japanese word that literally means special effects. ... TV Asahi Corporation ) (TYO: 9409 ), also known as EX and Tele-Asa ), is a television network headquartered in Roppongi, Minato, Tokyo, Japan. ... is the 37th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 1982 (MCMLXXXII) was a common year starting on Friday (link displays the 1982 Gregorian calendar). ... is the 21st day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 1983 (MCMLXXXIII) was a common year starting on Saturday (link displays the 1983 Gregorian calendar). ...

Contents

Plot summary

The Dark Science Empire Death Dark launches its scheme for world conquest from their Wolfborg Castle in Germany. Dr. Hongou, founder of the Future Science Laboratory, is saved from one of their attacks by world class explorer Ken'ichi Akama. Using his Comboyputer, Hongou recruits five people, including Akama, to form the Great Squadron Goggle V (Goggle 5), the only force capable of stopping Death Dark.


Characters

Main characters

"Fight! Dai Sentai Goggle V!"(Tatakae! Dai Sentai Gōguru Faibu!)

  • Ken'ichi Akama (赤間健一 Akama Ken'ichi?) / Goggle Red (ゴーグルレッド Gōguru Reddo?) - A world class explorer and mountain climber. By saving Dr. Hongou from Deathdark's Madaramen, he came to realize what peril the world was in. His forehead jewel is the ruby (it has the lowest roll call pitch), symbolizing Atlantis. His rhythmic gymnastic apparatus is the rope.
    • Age: 22 years old
    • Weapons: Red Ruby Whip (レッドルビームチ Reddo Rubī Muchi?) and Red Rope (レッドロープ Reddo Rōpu?).
    • Attacks: Red Punch (レッドパンチ Reddo Panchi?), Red Kick (レッドキック Reddo Kikku?), Red Ruby Beam (レッドルビー光線 Reddo Rubī Kōsen?), and Red Windmill (レッド風車 Reddo Fūsha?).
    • Actor: Ryouji Akagi
    • Suit Actor: Kazuo Niibori
  • Kanpei Kuroda (黒田官平 Kuroda Kanpei?) / Goggle Black (ゴーグルブラック Gōguru Burakku?) - The president of the chess club at Touto University. He specializes in strategy. Normally a janitor at Korakuen Stadium (replaced by the Tokyo Dome after the series ended). His forehead jewel is the emerald (second lowest pitch), symbolizing Asia. His rhythmic gymnastic apparatus is the clubs.
    • Age: 26 years old
    • Weapons: Black Clubs (ブラッククラブ Burakku Kurabu?), Black Emerald Nunchaku (ブラックエメラルドヌンチャク Burakku Emerarudo Nunchaku?), and Iron Arm (アイアンアーム Aian Āmu?).
    • Attacks: Black Shadow (ブラックシャドー Burakku Shadō?), Black Windmill Whirlwind (ブラック風車旋風 Burakku Fūsha Senpū?), Energy Dispatch Machine (エネルギー発信機 Enerugī Hasshin Ki?), Black Dark Run (ブラック闇走り Burakku Yami Hashiri?), Black Chess Art (ブラック将棋拳法 Burakku Shōgi Kenpō?), Screw Kick (スクリューキック Skuryū Kikku?), Black Windmill Kick (ブラック風車蹴り Burakku Fūsha Keri?), Black Delivery (ブラック分身 Burakku Bunshin?), and Black Junior (ブラックジュニア Burakku Junia?).
    • Actor: Jun'ichi Haruta
    • Suit Actors: Tetsuo Masuda, Tsutomu Kitagawa
  • Saburou Aoyama (青山三郎 Aoyama Saburō?) / Goggle Blue (ゴーグルブルー Gōguru Burū?) - An ice hockey player and would-be inventor. His forehead jewel is the sapphire (middle pitch), symbolizing Egypt. His rhythmic gymnastic apparatus is the hoop.
    • Age: 20 years old
    • Weapons: Blue Ring (ブルーリング Burū Ringu?) and Blue Sapphire Jet Ring (ブルーサファイヤジェットリング Burū Safaiya Jetto Ringu?).
    • Attacks: Portable Rocket (携帯ロケット Keitai Roketto?), Blue Jet Dash (ブルージェットダッシュ Burū Jetto Dasshu?), Blue Jet Kick (ブルージェットキック Burū Jetto Kikku?), Blue Windmill Whirlwind (ブルー風車旋風 Burū Fūsha Senpū?), Spin Kick (スピンキック Supin Kikku?), Kangaroo Kick (カンガルーキック Kangarū Kikku?), and Flamingo Kick (フラミンゴキック Furamingo Kikku?).
    • Actor: Shigeki Ishii
    • Suit Actor: Takanori Shibahara
  • Futoshi Kijima (黄島太 Kijima Futoshi?) / Goggle Yellow (ゴーグルイエロー Gōguru Ierō?) - He works at a zoo. His forehead jewel is the opal (second highest pitch), symbolizing Mu (Lemuria). His rhythmic gymnastic apparatus is the ball
    • Age: 27 years old
    • Weapons: Yellow Ball (イエローボール Ierō Bōru?), Yellow Opal Megaton Ball (イエローオパールメガトンボール Ierō Opāru Megaton Bōru?), and Yellow Hammer (イエローハンマー Ierō Hanmā?).
    • Attacks: Yellow Holedigging (イエロー穴掘り Ierō Anahori?), Yellow Attack (イエローアタック Ierō Atakku?), Yellow Tackle (イエロータックル Ierō Takkuru?), Yellow Double Throw (イエロー二段投げ Ierō Nidan Nage?), and Yellow Windmill Throw (イエロー風車投げ Ierō Fūsha Nage?).
    • Actor: Sanpei Godai (aka Yoshiyuki Fujie)
    • Suit Actor: Shoukou Ifuji
      • Birthday: Unknown
  • Miki Momozono (桃園ミキ Momozono Miki?) / Goggle Pink (ゴーグルピンク Gōguru Pinku?) - A gymnast who works as an announcer at Kourakuen Stadium. Her forehead jewel is the diamond (highest pitch), symbolizing the Maya and Inca. Her rhythmic gymnastics apparatus is the ribbon.
    • Age: 16 years old
    • Weapons: Pink Ribbon (ピンクリボン Pinku Ribon?), Pink Dia Baton (ピンクダイヤバトン Pinku Daiya Baton?), and Pink Mirror (ピンクミラー Pinku Mirā?). Special weapon: the ability to transform into multiple disguises and identities, like Cutie Honey.
    • Attacks: Pink Ribbon Bind (ピンクリボン締め Pinku Ribon Shime?), Pink Whirlwind (ピンク旋風 Pinku Senpū?), and Pink Heart Hypnosis (ピンクハート催眠 Pinku Hāto Saimin?).
    • Actress: Megumi Oogawa (aka Isshi Ogawa)
    • Suit Actors: Michihiro Takeda, Jin Yukimura

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Arsenal

The team has many combination attacks, such as the Lightning Ropes (イナズマロープ Inazuma Rōpu?), the Dynamite Clubs (ダイナマイトクラブ Dainamaito Kurabu?), the Ring Spin Typhoons (リングスピンタイフーン Ringu Supin Taifūn?), the Lightning Balls (電光ボール Denkō Bōru?), the Ribbon Sparks (リボンスパーク Ribon Supāku?), the Goggle Victory Flash (ゴーグルビクトリーフラッシュ Gōguru Bikutorī Furasshu?), the Goggle Bomber (ゴーグルボンバー Gōguru Bonbā?), the Sabre Attack (サーベルアタック Sāberu Atakku?), and the Goggle Golden Spear (ゴーグルゴールデンスピア Gōguru Gōruden Supia?). All are armed with Goggle Sabres (ゴーグルサーベル Gōguru Sāberu?). Notably, the team's weapons include versions of all the apparati used in rhythmic gymnastics. Rhythmic gymnasts from Greece in the 2000 Sydney Olympics Rhythmic gymnastics is a sport in which single competitors or pairs, trios or even more manipulate one or two apparatuses: Ball, Clubs, Hoop, Ribbon, and Rope. ...

  • Goggle Brace: The Goggle V's transformation device. To transform, they call their name (the team name if the whole team; individual names for individual members).
  • Goggle Machine (ゴーグルマシーン Gōguru Mashīn?) - Goggle Red's motorcycle.
  • Goggle Cougar (ゴーグルクーガー Gōguru Kūgā?) - The four-wheeled drive for the other Goggle team members.

Mecha

  • Goggle Caesar (ゴーグルシーザー Gōguru Shīzā?) - The flying fortress that is launched from a pad beneath Kourakuen Stadium, launches three numbered carriers which contain the components of the Goggle Robo. It is driven by Goggle Black and Goggle Pink to aid the Goggle Robot in battle. It shoots missiles from its "mouth".
    • Goggle Container 1-3 (ゴーグルコンテナ Gōguru Kontena?) - Three remote controlled carrier pods carried by Goggle Caesar. Goggle Jet is carried by Goggle Container 1, Goggle Tank by Goggle Container 2, and Goggle Dump by Goggle Container 3.
  • Goggle Robot (ゴーグルロボ Gōguru Robo?) - A giant robot that is comprised of three giant vehicles that combine when the command "Go! Go! Change!" is given. Its main weapon is the Earth Sword (地球剣 Chikyū Ken?) and it destroys monsters with its finishing attacks like the Electron Galaxy Cut (電子銀河切り Denshi Ginga Kiri?) and the Electron Galaxy Missile (電子銀河ミサイル Denshi Ginga Misairu?). Its other weapons are the Goggle Hand (ゴーグルハンド Gōguru Hando?) and the Hand Missile (ハンドミサイル Hando Misairu?), Goggle Flash (ゴーグルフラッシュ Gōguru Furasshu?) and Goggle Spin (ゴーグルスピン Gōguru Supin?).
    • Goggle Jet (ゴーグルジェット Gōguru Jetto?) - Goggle Red's mecha. It is stored in the Goggle Container 1, with wings retracted. It forms the Goggle Robot's head and chest. It can shoot down Death Fighters, but Ken'ichi can also outmaneuver them. Since it is a jet, it can take off while the Goggle Caesar is in flight.
    • Goggle Tank (ゴーグルタンク Gōguru Tanku?) - Goggle Blue's mecha. It attacks with retractable missile launcher. It forms the Goggle Robot's arms and back.
    • Goggle Dump (ゴーグルダンプ Gōguru Danpu?) - Goggle Yellow's mecha. It has a rectangular cavity in the back. It forms the Goggle Robot's legs.

Allies

  • Doctor Hideki Hongou (本郷秀樹博士 Hongō Hideki Hakase?) - A 45 year old doctor who works for the Future Science Laboratory and is the founder of Goggle V.
  • Sayuri Yamamoto (山本さゆり Yamamoto Sayuri?) - The assistant of Doctor Hongou. Even after the doctor leaves, she remains in a research institute, and Goggle V is supported with Midori.
  • Midori Wakagi (若木みどり Wakagi Midori?) - The assistant of Doctor Hongou. Even after the doctor leaves, she remains in a research institute, and Goggle V is supported with Sayuri.
  • Computer Boys and Girls (Comboy) (コンピューターボーイズ&ガールズ (コンボイ) Konpyūtā Bōizu ando Gāruzu (Konboi)?) - Five children in blue tights who comprise the Junior Goggle V and support the team proper w/ the Comboyputer. Each follows a specific team member:
    • Tatsuya Ueda (上田達也 Ueda Tatsuya?) (Red, 12 years old)
    • Makoto Takenaka (竹中 誠 Takenaka Makoto?) (Black, 10 years old)
    • Haruo Shimada (島田春男 Shimada Haruo?) (Blue, 8 years old)
    • Daisuke Ooyama (大山大助 Ōyama Daisuke?) (Yellow, 10 years old)
    • Akane Aizawa (相沢あかね Aizawa Akane?) (Pink, 12 years old)

Dark Science Empire Deathdark

From the time when iron was discovered in ancient Turkey, the Dark Science Empire Death Dark (暗黒科学帝国デスダーク Ankoku Kagaku Teikoku Desudāku?) have existed to move the world in the shadows. United by Fuehrer Taboo, they are Death Dark. A mobile castle-shaped fortress called the Dark Giant Castle Deathtopia (暗黒巨大城デストピア Ankoku Kyodai Jō Desutopia?) launches giant robots from its gate. It is usually underwater but can fly. When in flight, its high-power propulsion winds wreak destructive chaos underneath.

  • Führer Taboo (総統タブー Sōtō Tabū?) - A one-eyed 'super gene' product of genetic engineering that hides behind a translucent wall until emerging, giant-sized, for the finale. He is merciless and unforgiving and seeks to reform the Earth in his image. He was ultimately destroyed by the Goggle Robot with the eye-poking Galactic Missile Sword Attack.
  • General Deathgiller (デスギラー将軍 Desugirā Shōgun?) (1-49) - A swordsman field commander in black. He piloted the last of the Kongs, Bear Kong before his death.
  • Mazurka (マズルカ Mazuruka?) (1-48) - The first female field commander introduced. She piloted the second to last of the Kongs, Cheetah Kong before her death. She is armed with Dark Sword Black Thunder sword.
  • Grand Marshall Death Mark (デスマルク大元帥 Desumaruku Dai Gensui?) (15-50) - A Pharaoh-like commander brought back to life by Taboo. He was the last to be destroyed before the emergence of Fuehrer Taboo.
  • Bella and Beth (べラ&べス Bera to Besu?) - The faceless warriors in purple and blue who can assume human forms. They are the twin handmaidens of Deathmark.
  • Doctor Zazoriya (ザゾリヤ博士 Zazoriya Hakase?) (1-15) - A Death Dark Scientist scorpion-woman who builds mecha-motif robots. A rival of Doctor Iguana. She was put to death by Deathmark.
  • Doctor Iguana (イガアナ博士 Igaana Hakase?) (1-15) - A Death Dark Scientist iguana-man who builds beast-motif robots. He was put to death by Death Mark.
  • Spotmen (マダラマン Madaraman?) - The android foot soldiers in camouflage-colored tights.

Synthetic Beasts

The Synthetic Beasts (Mozoos) are the combinations of animal genes and metal atoms. When defeated, the Refresh Power ray gives them enough energy to enable them to pilot their Kongs. In Episode 28, all of the Synthetic Beasts that came before were briefly revived. Later superseded by Super Synthetic Beasts made of Neometal from Crocodile Mozoo onward.

    • Shell Mozoo (カイモズー Kai Mozū?) (1,28)
    • Bird Mozoo (トリモズー Tori Mozū?) (2,28)
    • Octopus Mozoo (タコモズー Tako Mozū?) (3,28)
    • Spider Mozoo (クモモズー Kumo Mozū?) (4,28)
    • Praying Mantis Mozoo (カマキリモズー Kamakiri Mozū?) (5,28)
    • Gecko Mozoo (ヤモリモズー Yamori Mozū?) (6,28)
    • Cat Mozoo (ネコモズー Neko Mozū?) (7,28)
    • Poison Moth Mozoo (ドクガモズー Dokuga Mozū?) (8,28)
    • Tapir Mozoo (バクモズー Bagu Mozū?) (9,28)
    • Mouse Mozoo (ネズミモズー Nezumi Mozū?) (10,28)
    • Lion Mozoo (シシモズー Shishi Mozū?) (11,28)
    • Antlion Mozoo (アリジゴクモズー Arijigoku Mozū?) (12,28)
    • Catfish Mozoo (ナマズモズー Namazu Mozū?) (13,28)
    • Angler Mozoo (アンコウモズー Ankō Mozū?) (14,28)
    • Bee Mozoo (ハチモズー Hachi Mozū?) (15,28)
    • Sea Star Mozoo (ヒトデモズー Hitode Mozū?) (16,28)
    • Kappa Mozoo (カッパモズー Kappa Mozū?) (17,28)
    • Monkey Mozoo (サルモズー Saru Mozū?) (18,28)
    • Bat Mozoo (コウモリモズー Kōmori Mozū?) (19,28)
    • Cactus Mozoo (サボテンモズー Saboden Mozū?) (20,28)
    • Coelacanth Mozoo (シーラカンスモズー Shīrakansu Mozū?) (21,28)
    • Peacock Mozoo (クジャクモズー Kujaku Mozū?) (22,28)
    • Crab Mozoo (カニモズー Kani Mozū?) (23,28)
    • Chameleon Mozoo (カメレオンモズー Kamereon Mozū?) (24,28)
    • Pteranodon Mozoo (テラノモズー Terano Mozū?) (25,28)
    • Wild Boar Mozoo (イノシシモズー Inoshishi Mozū?) (26,28)
    • Honeysuckle Mozoo (スイカモズー Suika Mozū?) (27,28)
    • Shark Mozoo (サメモズー Same Mozū?) (28)
    • Fly Mozoo (ハエモズー Hae Mozū?) (29)
    • Goblin Mozoo (テングモズー Tengu Mozū?) (30)
    • Rattlesnake Mozoo (ガラガラヘビモズー Garagarahebi Mozū?) (31)
    • Hermit Crab Mozoo (ヤドカリモズー Yadokari Mozū?) (32)
    • Tiger Mozoo (トラモズー Tora Mozū?) (33)
    • Crocodile Mozoo (ワニモズー Wani Mozū?) (34)
    • Hyena Mozoo (ハイエナモズー Haiena Mozū?) (35)
    • Porcupine Mozoo (ヤマアラシモズー Yamārashi Mozū?) (36)
    • Flying Squirrel Mozoo (ムササビモズー Musasabi Mozū?) (37)
    • Rhinoceros Mozoo (サイモズー Sai Mozū?) (38)
    • Horned Owl Mozoo (ミミズクモズー Mimizuku Mozū?) (39)
    • Walrus Mozoo (セイウチモズー Seiuchi Mozū?) (40)
    • Silkworm Mozoo (カイコモズー Kaiko Mozū?) (41)
    • Scorpion Mozoo (サソリモズー Sasori Mozū?) (42)
    • Earthworm Mozoo (ミミズモズー Mimizu Mozū?) (43)
    • Condor Mozoo (コンドルモズー Kondoru Mozū?) (44)
    • Racoon Dog Mozoo (タヌキモズー Tanuki Mozū?) (45)
    • Skunk Mozoo (スカンクモズー Sukanku Mozū?) (46)
    • Elephant Turtle Mozoo (ゾウガメモズー Zōgame Mozū?) (47)
    • Cheetah Mozoo (チーターモズー Chītā Mozū?) (48)
    • Bear Mozoo (クマモズー Kuma Mozū?) (49)
    • Mole Mozoo (モグラモズー Mogura Mozū?) (movie)

Giant robots (Kongs)

They are usually modelled after the Mozoos who pilot them (but exceptions exist, see below). They have blue cockpits on their heads and disproportionately large legs, presumably to support their enormous weight and to aid in mobilization.

    • Fan Kong (ファンコング Fan Kongu?) (1)
      • This monster was destroyed by the Goggle Robot's Electron Galaxy Cut
    • Light Kong (ヒカリコング Hikari Kongu?) (2)
      • This monster was destroyed by the Goggle Robot's Electron Galaxy Cut
    • Gorilla Kong (ゴリラコング Gorira Kongu?) (2,3)
      • This monster was destroyed by the Goggle Robot's Electron Galaxy Cut in Episode 3.
    • Mammoth Kong (マンモスコング Manmosu Kongu?) (3,4)
      • This monster was destroyed by the Goggle Robot's Electron Galaxy Cut in Episode 4.
    • Episode 16 had no Kong.
  • Deathdark Five (デスダークファイブ Desudāku Faibu?) (45) - The evil counterparts of the Goggle Five. They look exactly like the heroes, but their weapons are dark-grey color.

Episodes

  1. The Invasion of Dark Science (暗黒科学の来襲 Ankoku Kagaku no Raishū)
  2. Rise up! Warriors of the Future (起て! 未来の戦士 Tate! Mirai no Senshi)
  3. Attack Deathtopia (デストピアを撃て Desutopia o Ute)
  4. Swelling Dark Land Mines (ムクムク暗黒地雷 Mukumuku Ankoku Jirai)
  5. The Devil is Lurking Legend (悪魔がひそむ昔話 Akuma ga Hisomu Mukashibanashi)
  6. The Love of a Villainous Wrestler (悪役レスラーの愛 Akuyaku Resurā no Ai)
  7. Papa is Turned into a Ghost (幽霊になったパパ Yūrei ni Natta Papa)
  8. Aiming at a Beautiful Professor (狙われた美人博士 Nerawareta Bijin Hakase)
  9. The Mushroom Village of Hell (地獄のキノコ村 Jigoku no Kinoko Mura)
  10. The Secret of a Rare Pomato (珍種ポマトの秘密 Chinshu Pomato no Himitsu)
  11. The Terrifying Magma Strategy (恐怖のマグマ作戦 Kyōfu no Maguma Sakusen)
  12. The Sandy Hell Coming From Falsehood (嘘から出た砂地獄 Uso Kara Deta Suna Jigoku)
  13. The Great Riot of the Underground Catfish (大暴れ地底ナマズ Dai Abare Chitei Namazu)
  14. It's Serious! The Earth is Sinking (大変だ! 地球沈没 Taihen Da! Chikyū Chinbotsu)
  15. The Revived Demonic Commander-in-Chief (甦る悪魔の大元帥 Yomigaeru Akuma no Daigensui)
  16. Red! Close Call (レッド! 危機一髪 Reddo! Kikiippatsu)
  17. The Tears of the Kappa Boy (カッパ少年の涙 Kappa Shōnen no Namida)
  18. The Day the Adults Disappeared (大人が消える日 Otona ga Kieru Hi)
  19. The Secret of the Haunted House (お化け屋敷の秘密 Obakeyashiki no Himitsu)
  20. The Toxic Flower Cactus of Death (死の花毒サボテン Shi no Hana Doku Saboten)
  21. Fear! The Fish are Fossilizing (恐怖!魚が化石に Kyōfu! Sakana ga Kaseki ni)
  22. Attack of the Cursed Puppets! (呪い人形の攻撃! Noroi Ningyō no Kōgeki!)
  23. The Great Soap Bubble Plan (シャボン玉大作戦 Shabondama Dai Sakusen)
  24. Defeat the Unseen Enemy (見えない敵を倒せ Mienai Teki o Taose)
  25. The Dinosaur is the Messenger of the Devil (恐竜は悪魔の使者 Kyōryū wa Akuma no Shisha)
  26. Black! Great Reversal (ブラック! 大逆転 Burakku! Dai Gyakuten)
  27. The Human Jungle! (人間ジャングル! Ningen Janguru)
  28. The Revived Dead Mozoos (甦った亡霊モズー Yomigaetta Bōrei Mozū)
  29. Fear of Sleeping Quarters (眠りの街の恐怖 Nemuri no Gai no Kyōfu)
  30. The Golden Demon Sword of Inawashiro (猪苗代の黄金魔剣 Inawashiro no Ōgon Ma Ken)
  31. Blue! Great Assault! (ブルー! 大突撃! Burū! Dai Totsugeki!)
  32. Startling Boneless Humans (ドキッ骨ぬき人間 Dokihhone-nuki Ningen)
  33. Great Explosion of Caesar?! (シーザー大爆破?! Shīzā Dai Bakuha?!)
  34. It Came Forth! Golden Finishing Move (出た! 黄金必殺技 Deta! Ōgon Hissatsu-waza)
  35. Attack of the Iron-Eating Humans (鉄喰い人間の襲撃 Tetsu-kui Ningen no Shūgeki)
  36. Shoot-Out! 0.3 Seconds! (決闘! 0・3秒! Kettō! Reido ten San byō!)
  37. Attack the Mysterious Bomber (謎の爆撃機を撃て Nazo no Bakugekiki o Ute)
  38. The Attack of Friendship! (友情のアタック! Yūjō no Atakku!)
  39. The Devil's Cannibal Album (悪魔の人食い絵本 Akuma no Hitokui Ehon)
  40. The Secret Base is in Danger (秘密基地が危ない Himitsu Kichi ga Abunai)
  41. The Great Adventure of a Transformed Papa (変身パパの大冒険 Henshin Papa no Daibōken)
  42. Assassination! The Snare of the Scorpion (暗殺! サソリの罠 Ansatsu! Sasori no Wana)
  43. Fight to the Death! The Oval Struggle (死闘! 小判争奪戦 Shitō! Koban Sōdatsusen)
  44. Oh! The Food is in the Sand (あ! 食べ物が砂に A! Tabemono ga Suna ni)
  45. Two Blacks! (二人のブラック! Futari no Burakku!)
  46. Super Energy Arrival (超エネルギー出現 Chō Enerugī Shutsugen)
  47. This is the Ultimate Weapon (これが最終兵器だ Kore ga Saishū Heiki Da)
  48. The Last Day of the Secret Base (秘密基地最後の日 Himitsu Kichi Saigo no Hi)
  49. Shogun! The Final Challenge (将軍! 最後の挑戦 Shōgun! Saigo no Chōsen)
  50. Proceed! To the Shining Future (進め! 輝く未来へ Susume! Kagayaku Mirai e)

Specials

Dai Sentai Goggle V (theatrical short)


Cast

  • Narrator: Toru Ohira
  • Ken'ichi Akama / Goggle Red: Ryouji Akagi
  • Kanpei Kuroda / Goggle Black: Jun'ichi Haruta
  • Saburo Aoyama / Goggle Blue: Shigeki Ishii
  • Futoshi Kijima / Goggle Yellow: Sanpei Godai
  • Miki Momozono / Goggle Pink: Megumi Ōgawa
  • Dr. Hideki Hongou: Noboru Nakaya
  • Tatsuya Ueda: Hidenori Iura
  • Makoto Takenaka: Minoru Takeuchi
  • Haruo Shimada: Kazuhiko Ohara
  • Daisuke Oyama: Mizuno Tomonori
  • Akane Aizawa: Hanae Sugimoto
  • Midori Wakagi: Itsuko Kobayashi
  • Sayuri Yamamoto: Chieko Hosoya
  • Goggle Robo: Shinji Nakae (voice)
  • Führer Taboo: Eisuke Yoda (voice)
  • Grand Marshal Death Mark: Yousuke Naka
  • General Deathgiller: Toshimichi Takahashi
  • Mazurka: Mayumi Yoshida (not the same Mayumi Yoshida, the actress who played Lou / Pink Flash from Choushinsei Flashman)
  • Doctor Zazoriya: Kumiko Nishiguchi
  • Doctor Iguana: Eiichi Kikuchi
  • Bella: Mariko Ōki, Noriko Nakanishi
  • Beth: Kumiko Shinhō

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Crew

  • Directors
    • Shōhei Tōjō, Kazushi Hattori, Makoto Tsuji, Minoru Yamada, Michio Konishi
  • Writers
    • Hirohisa Soda (main writer), Tomomi Tsutsui, Isao Matsumoto, Akiyoshi Sakai, Kyoko Sagiyama, Yoshi Yoshio
  • Action Director
    • Junji Yamaoka

International Broadcast

  • In the Philippines, Goggle V was aired on RPN 9. The Philippine dub renamed Fuehrer Taboo as Totopama.
  • In Brazil, the series was aired on Rede Bandeirantes and Rede Record in the early nineties, following the success of Dengeki Sentai Changeman and Choushinsei Flashman in the previous decade. However, due to the superexposition of Tokusatsu in Brazilian television at the time and a technically precarious dub, Goggle V failed to reach the same popularity of Changeman and Flashman.
  • This Super Sentai series was very popular in Indonesia during the mid 1980s. It was readily available in Betamax format for rental during that time.

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Other notable facts

  • The first sentai series in which Hirohisa Soda is made the chief writer. He stayed on as chief writer for sentai until 90's Fiveman and is believed, by many fans, to have been the one to raise the bar on sentai and raising its stories to appeal to older viewers, as well.
  • Goggle V was the last Super Sentai to use cloth-oriented suits. Starting with the next series Dynaman, the suits would be made of spandex.
  • Goggle Pink was inspired by popular heroine Cutie Honey.
  • Goggle V was the first Super Sentai to have the title announced at the beginning of the theme song, Like Dynaman, although not the full title as the first Super Sentai to have the show's full title announced at the beginning of the opening song was Bioman, 2 years later.
  • In the US Series of The Facts of Life, a blow-up doll of Goggle Red can be seen as part of the store's merchandise.

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Background of the cast

  • Sanpei Godai, the actor who played Futoshi Kijima / Goggle Yellow, also played Noboru Ooyama / Gold-Stealth Captor 5 in Ninja Captor.
  • Jun'ichi Haruta, the actor who played Kanpei Kuroda / Goggle Black, also played Ryuu Hoshikawa / Dyna Black in the following Sentai series Kagaku Sentai Dynaman. He also portrait the villain Mad Gallant on Kyojuu Tokusou Juspion, a Metal Hero series from 1985. His most recent Tokusatsu work was in Kamen Rider Blade (2004), as Shito Hirose.
  • Hidenori Iura, the actor who played Tatsuya Ueta, appears as the detective Jun Masuda in Tokkyuu Shirei Solbrain nine years later.
  • Noboru Nakaya, the actor who played Professor Hongou, appeared in Kyojuu Tokusou Juspion as Ejin, the foster father and mentor of the main character. He died from pulmonary emphysema at 7:20 AM on November 16, 2006.
Preceded by
Sun Vulcan
Super Sentai
1982 – 1983
Succeeded by
Dynaman
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Taiyou Sentai Sun Vulcan ), translated into English as Solar Squadron Sun Vulcan, is Toeis fifth entry to its Super Sentai series. ... The official logo of the Super Sentai Series introduced in 2000 during the run of Mirai Sentai Timeranger The Super Sentai Series ) is the name given to the long running Japanese superhero team genre of shows produced by Toei Company Ltd. ... Dynaman redirects here. ... The official logo of the Super Sentai Series introduced in 2000 during the run of Mirai Sentai Timeranger The Super Sentai Series ) is the name given to the long running Japanese superhero team genre of shows produced by Toei Company Ltd. ... Himitsu Sentai Goranger ), translated into English as Secret Squadron FiveRanger, is a Japanese tokusatsu superhero television series. ... J.A.K.Q. Dengekitai ), translated into English as J.A.K.Q. Blitzkrieg Squad is the second Sentai series. ... Battle Fever J (バトルフィーバーJ Batoru Fībā Jei) is a Japanese TV series, being the 3rd entry of the Super Sentai series franchise. ... Denshi Sentai Denziman (Denshi Sentai Denjiman, Electronic Squadron Denjiman) is Toeis fourth entry to its Super Sentai series. ... Taiyou Sentai Sun Vulcan ), translated into English as Solar Squadron Sun Vulcan, is Toeis fifth entry to its Super Sentai series. ... Dynaman redirects here. ... Choudenshi Bioman ), translated into English as Super Electronic Bioman, was the eighth Super Sentai series. ... Dengeki Sentai Changeman , Blitzkrieg Squadron Changeman), was a Japanese TV series, being the 9th Show in the Super Sentai franchise. ... Choushinsei Flashman ), translated into English as Supernova Flashman, was the tenth Super Sentai series produced by Toei Company. ... Hikari Sentai Maskman ), translated into English as Light Squadron Maskman, was Toeis eleventh entry of the Super Sentai Series. ... Choujuu Sentai Liveman ), translated into English as Super Beast Squadron Liveman, is the twelfth entry of Toei Companys Super Sentai television series. ... Turboranger redirects here. ... Chikyuu Sentai Fiveman ), translated into English as Earth Squadron Fiveman, is a Japanese Tokusatsu television series. ... Choujin Sentai Jetman ), translated into English as Birdman Squadron Jetman, was the fifteenth entry of the Super Sentai television series. ... Kyōryū Sentai Zyuranger ), translated into English as Dinosaur Squadron Zyuranger1 is a Japanese tokusatsu television series and the sixteenth entry in the long-running Super Sentai franchise of superhero programmes. ... Gosei Sentai Dairanger ) translated into English as Five-Star Squadron Dairanger,[1] is a Japanese tokusatsu television series. ... Ninja Sentai Kakuranger ), translated into English as Ninja Squadron Kakuranger, was TOEI Company Limiteds eighteenth production of the Super Sentai television series. ... Chouriki Sentai Ohranger , Super-Powered Squadron Ohranger), is a Japanese Tokusatsu television show. ... Gekisou Sentai Carranger ), translated into English as Racing Squadron Carranger, was Toei Company Limiteds 20th production of the Super Sentai television series. ... Denji Sentai Megaranger ), translated into English as Electromagnetic Squadron Megaranger, was Toei Company Limiteds twenty-first production of the Super Sentai television series. ... Seijuu Sentai Gingaman ), translated into English as Starbeast Squadron Galaxyman,[2] is TOEI Company Limiteds twenty-second production of the Super Sentai television series. ... Kyuukyuu Sentai GoGo-V ), translated into English as Rescue Squadron Go Go-V (V as in the Roman numeral for five), is the twenty-third entry of the long running Japanese Super Sentai television franchise. ... Mirai Sentai Timeranger ), translated into English as Future Squadron Timeranger, was a Japanese television series which aired in 2000. ... Hyakujuu Sentai Gaoranger ), translated into English as 100-Beast Squadron Gaoranger[1][2], was TOEI Company Limiteds 25th production of the Super Sentai television series. ... Ninpuu Sentai Hurricaneger ), translated into English as Stealth Wind Squadron Hurricaneger or Ninja Arts Squadron Hurricaneger, was Toei Company Limiteds 26th production of the Super Sentai television series. ... Bakuryuu Sentai Abaranger , translated as Blastasaur 1 Squadron Abaranger 2) was Toei Company Limiteds twenty-seventh production of the Super Sentai television series. ... Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger ), translated into English as Special Investigation Squadron Dekaranger, was the 2004 Super Sentai Japanese TV series. ... Mahou Sentai Magiranger (魔法戦隊マジレンジャー, meaning Magical Squadron Magic Ranger) was Toeis 2005-2006 production of the Super Sentai television series. ... GoGo Sentai Boukenger , translated as Rumbling Squadron Boukenger1) is a Japanese tokusatsu television series. ... Juken Sentai Gekiranger , translated as Beast-Fist Squadron Gekiranger1) is TOEI Company Limiteds thirty-first entry in the Super Sentai franchise. ... Chō Ninja Tai Inazuma! , translated as Super Ninja Squad Inazuma!) is a Japanese tokusatsu direct-to-video comedy series produced by Toei Video that was released in June 2006. ... Power Rangers is a long-running American childrens television series adapted from the Japanese tokusatsu Super Sentai Series, though it is not simply an English dub of the original. ... Squadron Sport Ranger (Thai: ขบวนการ สปอร์ตเรนเจอร์ - Kà-buan Gaan Sà-bpordtà Renje) is a Thai live-action superhero television show similar to the Japanese Super Sentai franchise. ... Jushi Sentai France Five (later known as Shin Kenjushi France Five;), is a French sentai series produced by Buki X-1 Productions. ... Science Ninja Team Gatchaman , literally Scientific Ninja Troop Gatchaman), often shortened to Gatchaman, is a 5-member superhero team which comprises the main characters in several anime originally produced in Japan by Tatsunoko Productions and later adapted into several English-language versions. ... Rangers Strike (レンジャーズストライク) is a Super Sentai-based trading card game created by Carddas. ... The title card for the 30 Sentai Encyclopedia The 30 Sentai Encyclopedia , lit. ... A statue of Kamen Rider 1 outside of Bandai Corporate Headquarters, Tokyo, Japan The Kamen Rider Series , translated as Masked Rider Series) is the overall name of a franchise of Japanese tokusatsu. ... The Metal Heroes, Space Sherrif Gavan to Ironbark Detective Robotack The Metal Heroes Series ) is a genre of tokusatsu superhero TV series produced by Toei for Japanese television. ...

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