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Time Stranger

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Time Stranger (1985)

Time Stranger (originally released in the U.S. under the title GoShogun: The Time Étranger) is a 1985 movie followup to the television series Sengoku Majin GōShōgun (roughly translated as Demon-Lord of War Savaged GoShogun). Set 40 years after the TV show, the film follows Remy, the only female member of the GoShogun team, as she lays dying in a hospital bed remembering her comrades. While the television series never received a faithful English adaptation (it was cut together with an unrelated series and dubbed as Macron-1 in the U.S.), the movie is capable of acting as a stand-alone film and was translated fairly accurately for its English release. It is often noted that despite being based on a lighthearted giant-robot kids show, the film takes on a much darker and more adult-oriented tone with only small hints to the nature of its predecessor (the only reference to the giant robot that served as the series's namesake is a small toy hanging from Remy's rear-view mirror), leaving many English-speaking viewers oblivious to the film's origins.

The following weapons were used in the anime film Time Stranger:

Smith & Wesson Model 29

Remy 's personal weapon is a Smith & Wesson Model 29 revolver with a 6 inch barrel. Despite the weapons size and her relatively small stature, she claims to have gotten used to its weight and recoil.

Smith & Wesson Model 29 - .44 magnum.
Remy's Model 29 on her wardrobe.
Remy with her Model 29.
Remy holds her M29 by her side, giving the audience a clear view of the Smith & Wesson logo in the side of the frame.
Remy reloads her Model 29
Remy's Model 29 on display in the war museum display commemorating the GoShogun team.

Mossberg 500

Shingo Hojo's weapon of choice is a Mossberg 500 shotgun. Several other Mossberg 500 shotguns are seen being used by police officers at a roadblock near the beginning of the film.

Mossberg 500AT Shotgun - 12 gauge. Note the wood furniture.
Shingo with his Mossberg 500.
The forward half of Shingo's Mossberg 500 inside the Goshogun memorial display. Killy Gagly's knife can be seen right below it.
The receiver and stock of Shingo's Mossberg 500. Leonardo Bundle's katana can be seen just behind it.
Several police officers armed with Mossberg 500 shotguns.

M3 "Grease Gun"

One of the bank robbers near the beginning of the film fires at Remy's car with a M3 submachine gun. For some unknown reason, the weapon's front sight is mounted on the barrel. Another M3 is seen being used by a police officer in Remy's dream.

M3 "Grease Gun" - .45 ACP.
The bank robber fires at Remy's car with his M3 with a misplaced front sight.
A cop with a M3 "Grease Gun".

Tokarev TT-33

One of the bank robbers is seen holding a Tokarev TT-33 pistol.

Tokarev TT-33 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev.

Unknown Submachine Gun

Several of the GoShogun members use an unidentified (and likely fictional) submachine gun during the final battle in Remy's dream. The weapon is an Uzi-style submachine gun with a metal folding stock and flipdown foregrip (similar to a PM-63 RAK) as well as a forward sling mount beneath the barrel and a ported compensator on the muzzle.

Remy fires one of the submachine guns.
A closeup of the submachine gun's muzzle and sling mount.
Killy Gagly fires one of the submachine guns.
Yatta-la Kernagul and Suegni Cuttnal firing their submachine guns.

M2 Flamethrower

During the last day in the village in Remy's dream, Yatta-la Kernagul makes use of an M2 Flamethrower.

M2-2 flamethrower

Generic Pistol

The police officers in Remy's dream use several generic semi-automatic pistols that lack any real defining features.


Lewis Gun

Several of the police officers in Remy's dream use Lewis Guns, all of which are a conglomeration of the infantry and aircraft mounted variants.

Lewis gun - .303 British
Aircraft mounted Lewis Gun - .303 British

Unidentified Machine Gun

One of the police officers is seen operating an unidentified vehicle-mounted heavy machine gun.


Mk 2 Hand Grenade

In addition to his Mossberg, Shingo often uses Mk 2 hand grenades to clear out large groups of enemies.

Mk 2 "Pineapple" High-Explosive Fragmentation hand grenade
Shingo pulls the pin on a grenade.
Shingo tosses a Mk 2 grenade into a crowd of crazed villagers.

Weapons Cache

The night before their escape, Shingo is seen taking stock of the GoShogun team's arsenal, including his own Mossberg 500.


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