Rintaro

Rintaro is the pseudonym of Shigeyuki Hayashi, a well-known director of anime.wikipedia
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Madhouse (company)

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He works frequently with the animation studio Madhouse (which he co-founded), though he is a freelance director not employed directly by any one studio.
Madhouse Inc. is a Japanese animation studio founded in 1972 by ex–Mushi Pro animators, including Masao Maruyama, Osamu Dezaki, Rintaro and Yoshiaki Kawajiri.

Metropolis (2001 film)

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His works have won and been nominated for multiple awards, including a nomination for Best Film (Metropolis) at the 2001 Festival de Cine de Sitges.
) The film was directed by Rintaro, written by Katsuhiro Otomo and produced by Madhouse with conceptual support from Tezuka Productions.

Panda and the Magic Serpent

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He began working in the animation industry—at age 17—as an in-between animator on the 1958 film Hakujaden.
Rintaro, who would later go on to become a well known and respected director of Japanese animation, had his first job in the animation industry (at age 17) as an in-between animator on this film.

Galaxy Express 999 (film)

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Galaxy Express 999 is 1979 Japanese anime film directed by Rintaro, based on the manga of the same name.

Dash Kappei

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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.
The manga was also adapted into a 65-episode anime television series by Tatsunoko Production in 1981, chiefly directed by Masayuki Hayashi.

Genma Wars

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The movie was directed by Rintaro with character designs and script by Katsuhiro Otomo (of Akira fame).

The Dagger of Kamui

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The series was adapted in 1985 into an anime film directed by Rintaro and animated by Madhouse.

Neo Tokyo (film)

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Conceived and produced by Madhouse founders Masao Maruyama and Rintaro, it adapts short stories by Taku Mayumura featured in the 1986 collection of the same Japanese title and is executive produced by publisher Haruki Kadokawa.

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Famed Madhouse staff director Rintaro, known for Galaxy Express 999 and Metropolis, helmed the project, while French production company Denis Friedman Productions collaborated and helped fund the film.

Kimba the White Lion

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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. Additionally, he was influenced by Osamu Tezuka, and worked with him on Kimba the White Lion and Astro Boy.

Japanese Animation Creators Association

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He is a founding member of the Japanese Animation Creators Association (JAniCA) labor group.

Kum-Kum

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The plot and characters were created by Yoshikazu Yasuhiko, and it was directed by Rintaro and first broadcast on TBS between 3 October 1975 and 26 March 1976.

Astro Boy (1963 TV series)

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His first directing job was the fourth episode of the 1963 series Astro Boy.

Jetter Mars

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Jetter Mars (1977)
Jetter Mars is an anime series directed by Rintaro and written by Osamu Tezuka.

Bride of Deimos

It was adapted into an anime directed by Rintaro.

The Littl' Bits

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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.
Chief Director: Masayuki Hayashi

Space Pirate Captain Harlock

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Space Pirate Captain Harlock (1978)
Space Pirate Captain Harlock was adapted into an anime television series in 1978 directed by Rintaro and produced by Toei Animation.

Arrow Emblem: Hawk of the Grand Prix

Arrow Emblem: Hawk of the Grand Prix (1977)
Series Directors: Rintaro, Nobutaka Nishizawa

X (manga)

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X² features a slideshow of X artwork set to a medley of X Japan's "Silent Jealousy," "Kurenai" and "Endless Rain" and the "X" music video directed by Shigeyuki Hayashi.

Dragon Quest (TV series)

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Dragon Quest (1989)
Dragon Quest was directed by Rintaro and Katsuhisa Yamada.

Hoshi no Ko Chobin

Hoshi no Ko Chobin (1974)
It was created by Shotaro Ishinomori and directed by Rintaro.

Spirit Warrior

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