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Eiji Kanie
蟹江 栄司
Born(1941-11-21)November 21, 1941
DiedOctober 13, 1985(1985-10-13) (aged 43)
Tokyo, Japan
Occupation
Years active1971–1985
AgentAoni Production

Eiji Kanie (蟹江 栄司, Kanie Eiji, November 21, 1941 – October 13, 1985) was a Japanese actor and voice actor born in Tokyo. He is most remembered for being the first voice of Ramenman in Kinnikuman and for playing Vrlitwhai Kridanik in The Super Dimension Fortress Macross. He died in 1985 of a subarachnoid hemorrhage. After his death, Banjou Ginga replaced him as Ramenman.

Years later, Ryūzaburō Ōtomo would play Vrlitwhai Kridanik in the Macross and Super Robot Wars video games.

Filmography

Anime

Year Title Role Notes
1980 Space Battleship Yamato III Gustav TV Series
1980 Ideon Gindoro Jinmu TV Series
1980 The Ultraman Narrator TV Series, Voice
1981-1982 Taiyo Sentai Sun Vulcan Sun Vulcan Robo Voice
1982 The Super Dimension Fortress Macross Vrlitwhai Kridanik Voice, 5 episodes
1982 Arcadia of My Youth Voice
1982-1983 Armored Fleet Dairugger XV Socrat Tes in Armored Fleet TV Series, Voice
1983 Kinnikuman Ramenman TV Series, 1983-1985
1983-1984 Lightspeed Electroid Albegas Professor Mizuki / President Azasu TV Series
1984 Lensman Narrator Voice
1984 Super Space Fortress Macross Vrlitwhai 7018 Voice
1984 Kinnikuman: Ubawareta champion belt Ramenman
1984 Kinnikuman: Ôabare! Seigi chôjin
1985 Kinnikuman: Seigi chôjin VS kodai chôjin
1985 Dirty Pair Narrator TV Series
1984-1987 Hokuto no Ken Zeed / Devil Rebirth / Madara 5 episodes, (final appearance)


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