|Captain Tsubasa: Sekai Daikessen!! World Great Battle - Jr. World Cup|
|Chief director||Tatsuya Okamoto|
|Studio|| Tsuchida Production |
TV Tokyo (distribution)
Captain Tsubasa: Sekai Daikessen!! Jr. World Cup (キャプテン翼 世界大決戦！！Ｊｒ．ワールドカップ World Great Battle - Jr. World Cup) is the fourth movie and the final installment of the 1983 original anime era. It was released on 1986-07-12.
In this movie, the classical Japan-Europe matches becomes intercontinental. This time, it is arranged a world cup with four teams: All Japan Jr., USA Jr., All Europe Jr., and South America Jr. In the first match, All Japan Jr. easily defeats 3:0 against USA Jr. In the second match All Europe Jr. loses 2:3 against All South America Jr.
In the finals round, All South America Jr. shows their triumphant card, "soccer cyborg" Carlos Santana, a more than supreme player who seems to be undefeatable. All their classical tricks like Hyuga's Tiger Shot or Tsubasa's Drive Shoot seem to be totally worthless against Santana and the keeper Gonzales, but in a hard and spectacular match the Japanese learn more and more to play in unison and finally they get the win.
Main Characters Edit
Supporting characters Edit
- Main article: Karl Heinz Schneider (1983 anime)
- Main article: Sylvester Luke
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Cast and staff Edit
- In France, this movie was numbered as the 3rd Movie and Captain Tsubasa: Run towards tomorrow! as the 4th Movie.
- This is the first time Juan Diaz, Ramon Victorino, Carlos Santana and Gonzales are introduced in the anime prior to any Captain Tsubasa anime spin-off or reboot series.
- The All South America Jr. Youth uses the Brazilian flag instead of a South America representative flag. Even the official colors use the yellow/green Brazil characteristic colors for the jersey.
See also Edit
- Captain Tsubasa: Sekai Daikessen!! Jr. World Cup at AniDB
- Captain Tsubasa: Sekai Daikessen!! Jr. World Cup at Anime News Network
- Captain Tsubasa: Sekai Daikessen!! Jr. World Cup at the Motion Picture Producers Association of Japan website (Japanese)
- Toei DVD movies
- ↑ Which stands for "Super Great Goal Keeper"