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ESPY
Directed by Jun Fukuda
Produced by Fumio Tanaka
Tomoyuki Tanaka
Written by Sakyo Komatsu(novel)
Ei Ogawa(screenplay)
Starring Hiroshi Fujioka
Kaoru Yumi
Masao Kusakari
Eiji Okada
Tomisaburo Wakayama
Music by Masaaki Hirao
Kiyohiko Ozaki
Cinematography Shôji Ueda
Edited by Michiko Ikeda
Distributed by Toho
Release dates December 28, 1974 (Japan)
Running time 94 minutes
Country Japan
Language Japanese

ESPY (エスパイ Esupai?) is a 1974 film based on the novel of the same name by Sakyo Komatsu. The film was directed by Jun Fukuda from a screenplay by Ei Ogawa. It stars Masao Kusakari, Kaoru Yumi, Tomisaburo Wakayama, and Eiji Okada. The film was released to U.S. television under the title E.S.P./Spy, which remained onscreen for its VHS release under the international title, ESPY.[1]

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The film deals with the recruitment of racecar driver Jiro Miki (Kusakari) and his dog, Cheetah, to a group of people who use ESP, psychokinesis, and other special mental abilities to fight crime. The major villain is Wolf (Wakayama), whose behavior stems as a result of the prejudicial murder of his father over his father's psychic abilities.

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