Bubblegum Crisis: Volume 3
Original Title: Baburugamu kuraishisu
Country of Origin:  Japan
Production year: 1990
Directors: Fumihiko Takayama, Hiroaki Goda
Rating: Rating
UPC [Locale]: 753182-043432
Running time: 2:00 (120 Min.)
Casetype: Keep Case
Format: NTSC, [Color status unset], 1.33:1, Full Frame
DVD-Format: Single-Sided, Single-Layered
Released: February 28, 1999
Collection type: Owned (#1000)
Status: Available
Purchase date: April 13, 2006
Purchase price: Hidden
Review (movie): 0 / 10
Review (video): 0 / 10
Overview
Bubblegum Crisis Volume Three is the last of three DVD discs collecting the classic anime cyberpunk series, and contains two episodes, Double Vision and Scoop Chase, as well as four special music videos. Volume Three continues the story of the Knight Sabers and their battles in the post-apocalyptic world of Mega Tokyo. With the constant threats from the evil Genom Corporation and their rampaging SuperBoomers, it's truly a wonder these four women have time for their band.

'Double Vision' stars the mysterious Vision, a popular American singer who is ending a year-long sabbatical with a concert tour beginning in MegaTokyo. The Knight Sabers are sure they recognize Vision from someplace, but they just can't place her. Who is Vision, and what does she know about the deadly mecha which is killing Boomer engineers?

'Scoop Chase' finds VidReporter Lisa Vanette trying to get the hottest film of her young career, action shots of the Knight Sabers, when her camera is crushed under Priss' heel. Lisa seeks revenge, and what better way to extract it than with the help of her uncle, the chief of MagaTokyo's AD Police? Meanwhile, Genom has created a series of Boomers with one purpose in mind: overcoming the Knight Sabers' Hardsuits. Can the Knight Sabers defeat the deadly new Boomers before Lisa reveals all of their secret identities?

This DVD also features four music videos, with the sounds of Priss and the Replicants and video of the team in action. The videos included are Rock Me, Mad Machine, Soldier of Roses" and Victory.
DVD Covers
Bubblegum Crisis: Volume 3
Bubblegum Crisis: Volume 3
Misc.
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Genres
Anime
Science-Fiction
Action
Studios
Production Studios:
 • Animeigo
 • AIC
 • Youmex
Audio format
Japanese  Dolby Digital 2-Channel Stereo
English  Dolby Digital 2-Channel Stereo
Subtitles
English
French
Discs
# Description A B DS DL A DL B
1Main Feature
Features
 • Scene Access
 • Production Notes/Bios
 • DVD-ROM Content
 • Music Videos
Easter Eggs
* From the track listing for the "music videos" included on the third disk of the M2K BGC DVD collection, press the right arrow. If it works on your player as it did on mine, the cel art gallery will come up in a slideshow with the song "Victory" in the background.

* Go to the track listing for the videos. Go to the credits icon on the right hand side of the screen and hit enter. While the credits are rolling, press enter again and it will go into a short video of the voice actresses for the Knight Sabers singing a song together.
Crew
Direction
Fumihiko Takayama....Director
Hiroaki Goda....Director
Cast
Yoshiko Sakakibara....Sylia Stingray
Kinuko Omori....Priscilla S. "Priss" Asagiri
Michie Tomizawa....Linna Yamazaki
Akiko Hiramatsu....Nene Romanova
Toshio Furukawa....Leon McNichol
Kiyoshi Kawakubo....Quincy
Kouichi Yamadera....Fargo
Maiko Hashimoto....Reika "Vision" Chang
Ikuya Sawaki....McLaren
Masashi Hirose....G & B Chairman
Mine Eken....Mr. Chang
Yasunori Matsumoto....Kou
Michitaka Kobayashi....Yamada, Ebisu Worker
Yumi Tooma....Interviewer
Katsumi Suzuki....Staffer A
Nozomu Sasaki....Mackie Stingray
Aya Hisakawa....Lisa Vannett
Kazunari Futamata....Miriam
Hideyuki Umezu....Ebisu President
Kenichi Ono....Ebisu Operator
Junko Asami....Naoko
Chisa Yokoyama....ADP Receptionist
Miki Ito....Irene Chang