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Finding information on Thundersub/Blue Noah has proved to be very hard do to the simple fact that no official source exist, but I do have a VHS, this is the only official source for my info and you can read about it below.
Info from/on my VHS
It is dubbed in English (subbed in Finnish) and uses the name Thundersub, it's 90 minutes long.
I found the following on the net:
The opening and ending theme is the same as the one that I have on the site as 'JP-opening-music.mp3' and 'JP-ending-music.mp3' the only difference is that the ending theme on the VHS is non-vocal.
Info that I have found/recived on/trough the Internet
As the name suggest all of the below is from the Internet, none is from any official sources.
Most of the sites I find while searching on the net is either in Italian or Spanish, from that I can conclude that it was fairly popular in those two countries. Furthermore by looking at the mail I have been getting it would also seem that Thundersub/Blue Noah was a big hit in countries in the Middle east.
Storyboard: Takeshi Shirato, Kenzo Koizumi, Tomoharu Katsumata
I also found this:
Re-release of Thundersub?
The fact that the date in both cases are the same must be more than a coincidence, I assume that Thundersub/Blue Noah was re-released in Japan 5/24/2002.
For a WWII era submarine it's huge and it even carried aircraft's, it is quite possible that the creators of Thundersub/Blue Noah knew of this and drew their inspiration from this massive Sen Toku class submarine. Thanks to Patrick for this info.
I would like to thank the following individuals for various contributions to Thundersub HQ:
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