Reposting Uuchu Escu! Space Ace! Episode:01

After straying from his family, Ace, the prince of the Parlem Star falls to Earth where he can perform amazing feats with his incredible energy. This is the first animated series from Tatsunoko Production and it is a pioneer of Japanese animation that has gained enormous popularity.  TV broadcasting was not so popular, black and white and was produced in 1966. Another show that never was English dubbed or made it to the states, Another of my favorites Showa -Era Anime! Enjoy!

Subtitle By Shockwave2014

Like always this is for the true Diehard Fans, of Old Classic Anime, and you need to Msg for password..Kingmenuvlcsnap-2014-07-20-17h40m58s113vlcsnap-2014-07-20-17h42m03s240vlcsnap-2014-07-20-17h42m22s237vlcsnap-2014-07-20-17h42m36s109vlcsnap-2014-07-20-17h42m49s23vlcsnap-2014-07-20-17h43m35s183vlcsnap-2014-07-20-17h44m01s168vlcsnap-2014-07-20-17h44m23s130vlcsnap-2014-07-20-17h47m41s39vlcsnap-2014-07-20-17h48m48s211vlcsnap-2014-07-20-17h48m59s70vlcsnap-2014-07-20-17h49m43s11vlcsnap-2014-07-20-17h45m38s109vlcsnap-2014-07-20-17h45m17s161vlcsnap-2014-07-20-17h46m01s114vlcsnap-2014-07-20-17h47m03s203vlcsnap-2014-07-20-17h46m11s214vlcsnap-2014-07-20-17h44m49s137vlcsnap-2014-07-20-17h46m26s138


23 thoughts on “Reposting Uuchu Escu! Space Ace! Episode:01

  1. Hi could you please send me the password, I would like to watch this. I recently discovered Tatsunoko Anime and I like their style. It would be cool to check out this one out. Thank you.

  2. Thanks for this, it’s cool to see Tatsunoko Production’s first anime series. Though you could really use an editor and or TLC to help polish the script a bit! Thanks a lot.

    • I know, But Sadly none of Those episodes ever turn up? And The Pilot was Shown At an special showing In California not long ago in color for Private showing, Again Sadly It never surface anywhere on internet..Only private collector What i found out has it! Kingmenu..If anyone has a copy of any episodes of The Australia Version let me know..Kingmenu

      • The color pilot was the dubbed version produced by Fred Ladd, but sadly it was not picked up for sale. Fred still owns the print, which is called “Ring-O”, but he has not made it available except for screening at conventions, as you know.

        The Australian version that we saw here in Australia, “Space Ace”, was produced by a rival company and was a closer translation of the original program than “Ring-O”. Unfortunately the series has not aired here since about 1972, and nobody has copies of it. It is a well-remembered, well-loved series amongst Aussie old-time anime fans.

        We are still hopeful that one day a film print might surface as more archives are examined. As an archivist for a local Aust. TV network, I have not yet found any of them … sadly.

      • Thanks for the info..I was always aware of The Australia series for years, Being an Anime fan from the I’m dated myself! Hahaha! Its good to find fans that know there history..and I may do some research on finding the Ring-O series! I definitely would love to see that version thank you Kelly!

      • I did research on Ring-O and truthfully I just believe it was just proposed, I can’t find nothing on that title other then that site! I will asked my friend in Australia, about this title show? I’ll let you know my findings kingmenu

      • I heard about that somewhere, it seems that the Television Stations there have an uncanny problem of losing English dubbed prints of those Anime! Kingmenu.

  3. Hello again!

    Yes, that’s correct! Only episode #1 (of the Japanese “Uchuu Esu”) was converted into “Ring-O”. When Fred Ladd was unable to sell “Ring-O” in the US, he dropped the project but he kept the filmprint of his pilot. He was amazed to hear the news when I told him that eventually we Australians saw a different (closer) version of “Space Ace” anyway.

    We still can be hopeful and need to be vigilant for any possible prints of “Space Ace” turning up. As far as I know, only one set was issued for use in Australia, shared around the country from station to station … and then returned to one of the two main companies handling TV films in those days, (it was easier than dealing with the distributors themselves). It would be nice to know if Tatsunoko kept any prints of them, although it’s doubtful.

    I am also hoping one day to find English language versions of both “Guzula The Amicable Monster” (“Oraa Guzura Dado”) and “Judo Boy” (“Kurenai Sanshirô”), two more now lost Tatsunoko programs I remember watching down here as well.

    Keep up the great work presenting these seldom seen gems! The more people have a chance to see them again, a better balanced view of the entire anime world they will have a chance to experience!

    Many thanks!

    • If you ever find out the Company name that did Ring-0 or check those stations that broadcast them..they may have an archive or records of who was the distrubutor? I’m sure Tatsunoko Co. Remembers who they license it too! Kingenu Thanks for your devotion..I will keep the flame going!

  4. Hi kingmenu,

    Can you re-enable the password for me on this clip too? I missed the expiry date first time round! Thanks – Kelly

  5. Hi, so good to see this Anime title again. I watched Space Ace back in the day in Australia, along with 8th Man / Amazing 3 (W3) / Prince Planet and Golden Bat. These were such glorious times for a child to be watching TV. Also would like to say Hi to Kelly Lannan.. I haven’t seen him or Dennis for must be nearly 20 years. Keep up the good fight to bring these classics back. Cheers, Michael

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