Hurricane Polymar is a Japanese anime series produced by Tatsunoko Productions. The show was created by Tatsuo Yoshida, who had produced many of Tatsunoko's series. Other romanizations of the name include Hurricane Polymer, and Hariken Polymar. Hurricane Polymar is the secret identity of Takeshi Yoroi. He wears a special suit which enables him to fight crime. The suit is made of memory plastic which enables him to assume any shape, including morphing its wearer in 5 different vehicles. Onigawara, the director of the International Secret Police Agency, looked forward to making Takeshi a top-notch criminal investigator. Takeshi was given training, which turned him into an all-around sportsman as well as martial arts expert. However, Takeshi's attitude toward crime-fighting was so incompatible with Onigawara's, that he disowned him. For a while Takeshi investigated crime alone; then he became a private detective's assistant and general handyman. Secretly, however, Takeshi obtained from a scientist a new artificial polymer, polymet, that was far stronger than steel. With this polymet Takeshi transformed himself into Hurricane Polymar, an invincible costumed hero.
Huracán is a Mexican telenovela shown in Mexico from October 13, 1997 to March 27, 1998, starring with the late Jorge Russek, Fernando Balzaretti, and Eduardo Palomo.
Hurricane Polymar is a two-part OVA series that was created by Tatsunoko Productions. It is a remake of the classic 1970s anime TV series known as Hurricane Polymar. The first episode was released in Japan on September 21, 1996, followed by episode 2 on February 21, 1997. It was later dubbed by New Generation Pictures, and was released in the United States by Urban Vision on October 1, 1998. It will be rereleased by Discotek Media on March 19, 2013.
In the near future, Tokyo was left flattened as a result from a great earthquake. A new city, MegaTokyo, was then recreated due in no small part from the aid of a multi-million dollar company, Genom Corp. Genom created and mass-produced biomechanical creatures called Boomers to aid in the restoration of MegaTokyo. When the Boomers began to run out of control, the ADPolice at first tried to stop them, but they proved to be far more difficult to deal with than was first imagined. Under the ever looming Boomer threat, a group of four girls from varying degrees of society banded together. Calling themselves The Knight Sabers, they were the only ones with enough firepower and resourcefullness to defend the fledgling MegaTokyo from Genom and it's berserk Boomers.
Many begin as harmless breezes from Northern Africa; inoffensive winds that gradually move westwards over the tropical Atlantic Ocean, gathering energy from the warm seawater, building in strength and gradually forming the unmistakable spiral of extreme winds and thunderstorms that characterize hurricanes. Shot entirely in 3D, this three-part series has been produced over a three-year period, with crews standing in the path of hurricane landfalls, such as Sandy and Isaac, to witness the devastation wreaked by one of the most powerful forces on earth.
Hurricanes is an animated series produced by DIC Entertainment, Siriol Productions and Scottish Television. The show was distributed by Cookie Jar Entertainment for syndication outside of the UK, with Scottish Television controlling the UK rights. The series first aired in 1993 and ended in 1997.
A Concert for Hurricane Relief was an hour-long, celebrity-driven benefit concert broadcast live. Sponsored by the NBC Universal Television Group, its purpose was to raise money, relief, and awareness in response to the loss of life and human suffering that resulted from Hurricane Katrina in five southeastern States in the United States in 2005. Hosted by Matt Lauer, it was simulcast from the New York studios of NBC located in 30 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, New York, on NBC, MSNBC, CNBC, and i: Independent Television on September 2, 2005. Viewers were encouraged to contribute to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund by phone or on the Web. The benefit generated $50 million and was watched on television by approximately 8.5 million viewers.
Ninpuu Sentai Hurricaneger is Toei's twenty-sixth production of the Super Sentai television series. The catchphrase for the series is "Unknown even to others, unknown even to the world, we become shadows to defeat evil!". Its footage was used in the American series Power Rangers Ninja Storm. On April 1, 2013, Shun Shioya, Nao Nagasawa, Kouhei Yamamoto, and Yujiro Shirakawa, who played Hurricane Red, Hurricane Blue, Hurricane Yellow, and Kabuto Raijer, respectively, announced that a 10th anniversary called Ninpuu Sentai Hurricaneger: 10 Years After would be produced. This is the first time a movie has been made commemorating the anniversary of a single Sentai series. The movie will be a direct to DVD and Blu-ray release.
Shippū! Iron Leaguer is an anime television series produced by Sunrise. Directed by Tetsurō Amino and featuring mecha designs by Kunio Okawara, it premiered on TV Tokyo on April 6, 1993 and ended its run on March 29, 1994, spanning a total of 52 episodes.