Cowboy Bebop: 6th Session
Country of Origin:  Japan
Production year: 1998
Director: Shinichir˘ Watanabe
Rating: NR(Television)
UPC [Locale]: 669198-129599
Running time: 1:40 (100 Min.)
Casetype: Keep Case
Format: NTSC, [Color status unset], 1.33:1, Full Frame
DVD-Format: Single-Sided, Single-Layered
Released: November 07, 2000
Collection type: Owned (#1007)
Status: Available
Purchase date: April 15, 2006
Purchase price: Hidden
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Overview
Jazz agers, flower children, lost generation, beatniks, rockers, punks, nerds, hackers, lovers, generation X - whatever the designation, there have always been outlaws in our society who live in pursuit of autonomy.

At times they are revered for their roles as pioneers, challenging the unknown; other times people consider them lawless desperadoes and a dangerous presence.

Yet, really, it is only their exuberant music and an autonomy founded to express opinions different from those of others that set them apart from the rest of society.

The year 2071 AD. That future is now. Driven out of their terrestrial eden, humanity chose the stars as the final frontier.

With the section-by-section collapse of the former nations, a mixed jumble of races and people came. They spread to the stars, taking with them the now confused concepts of freedom, violence, illegality and love, where new rules and a new generation of outlaws came into being. People referred to them as Cowboy Bebops...

PROFILE: JULIA

She is the phantasm that continues to inhabit his past - a clutch of memories never to be forgotten. When she appears before him, the world he had believed to be reality begins a shift towards the illusory.

The illusion named Julia - her of unclear providence, unknown age.

Her tears, her smile, her perfume, never had he considered the possibility of their loss - all slip away into the recesses of memory.

All he remembers for certain is her name, and nothing more; even that may prove to be just a figment, another phantasm.

But for the moment he can not be sure.

A woman, who disappeared on the rainy day; a betrayal, by the friend he considered a brother in arms; and flight, away from the organization that had raised and nurtured him - by thus destroying his own past and her ghostly phantasm, he "died" a first death and was reborn anew.

Yet he subconsciously continued to seek this truth, which he had supposedly destroyed and had vanished beyond the limits of his memory.

For it is this very phantasm that defines the reality he lost, is his anima and his sole embodiment of a woman.

And once again, on another rainy afternoon, in that selfsame place, he will face his destiny.


Contains episodes 23-26, "Brain Scratch", "Hard Luck Woman", and "The Real Folk Blues" parts 1 and 2. Dolby Digital 2.0 Japanese and English audio tracks, English subtitles.
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Genres
Anime
Science-Fiction
Action
Studios
Production Studios:
 • Bandai Entertainment
 • Sunrise
Audio format
Japanese  Dolby Digital 2-Channel Stereo
English  Dolby Digital 2-Channel Stereo
Subtitles
English
Discs
# Description A B DS DL A DL B
1Main Feature
Features
 • Scene Access
 • Feature Trailers
 • Gallery
Easter Eggs
Go to the extras menu. Highlight the image gallery. Then hit the left arrow button six times. You will notice the "mm" button becoming gradually un-highlighted as you go. On the sixth press, you'll highlight the red eye on Ein's visor. Hit enter to access the super-secret Ein Gallery, a section devoted totally to pics of Ein.

On the Extras screen, if you hit "5" on your remote control, it brings up a special "Ein Gallery"
Crew
Direction
Shinichir˘ Watanabe....Director
Writing
Akihiko Inari....Screenwriter
Sadayuki Murai....Screenwriter
Keiko Nobumoto....Screenwriter
Dai Sato....Screenwriter
Shinichir˘ Watanabe....Screenwriter
Ryota Yamaguchi....Screenwriter
Michiko Yokote....Screenwriter
Production
Kazuhiko Ikeguchi....Producer
Haruyo Kanesaku....Producer
Yutaka Maseba....Producer
Masahiko Minami....Producer
Cinematography
Yoichi Ogami....Cinematographer
Film Editing
Tomoaki Tsurubuchi....Film Editor
Music
Y˘ko Kanno....Composer
Art
Jun'ichi Higashi....Art Director
Cast
Koichi Yamadera....Spike Spiegel
Unsho Ishizuka....Jet Black
Megumi Hayashibara....Faye Valentine
Aoi Tada....Ed
Tsutomu Taruki....Punch (Eps 25 & 26)
Miki Nagasawa....Judy
Yuu Hachinohe....Rony
Junhichi Sugawara....TV Host A
Sayaka Oohara....TV Host B
Hiromichi Ogami....Caster
Mari Tomogawa....Reporter
Kiyomitsu Mizuuchi....Security
Mitsuki Saiga....Housewife
Chikao Ootsuka....Londes
Mami Horikoshi....Clara
Ayumi Kida....Cain
Kazumi Okushima....Sean
Yayoi Kuroda....Zuzu
Shigeru Nakahara....Macintyre
Ikuko Tani....Sally
Ruri Asano....Grandchild
Kenji Utsumi....Appledelhi
Gara Takashima....Julia (Eps 25 & 26)
Nobuyuki Hiyama....Shin (Eps 25 & 26)
Yutaka Nakano....Bob
Yoshiko Okamoto....Mother
Subaru Taguchi....Wang
Hiroshi Naka....Ping
Shinpachi Tsuji....Sou
Yuzuru Fujimoto....Doctor
Norio Wakamoto....Vicious (Eps 25 & 26)
Miyuki Ichijo....Annie
Takehiro Koyama....Bull
Isshin Chiba....Close Associate
Wendee Lee....Faye Valentine (Eng.)
David Lucas....Spike Spiegel (Eng.)
Beau Billingslea....Jet Black (Eng.)
Melissa Charles....Ed (Eng.)