Marine a Go Go


Marine a Go Go
Marine A Go Go
Marine A Go Go (Front).jpg
それゆけまりんちゃん
(Soreyuke Marin-chan)
Genre Magical girl, Hentai
Original video animation
Directed by Masami Ōbari
Written by Remu Aoki
Studio Pink Pineapple
Licensed by United States Kitty Media
Released 2001-2003
Runtime 30 minutes each
Episodes 3
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Marine A Go Go (それゆけまりんちゃん Soreyuke Marin-chan?) is a Japanese pornographic direct-to-video animated series, directed by Masami Ōbari.

Plot

Dr. Narutaki, a genius who is trying to preserve true Japanese men, not the losers they are today, needs semen from hundred specimens. The problem is that these hundred specimens wouldn't give it to him voluntarily, so he comes up with a plan. He gets Marine, a girl from an all girl school, and put in her a ring and a special costume that changes to a man's desire and won't come off until she gets all hundred semen specimens. Now to get in her way, South Pole One, an android created by the doctor's jealous assistant Marilyn, is interfering by exhausting and taking the men's semen first, making it a race against time.

English Cast

  • Anne Lerner as South Pole One
  • Chris Ernst as Young Man
  • Ed Radco as Man
  • Gary Epstein as Man B/Owner
  • Grey McNeal as Narration/Narutaki
  • Harold Escalon as Prime Minister
  • Helena Thomas as Marin
  • Jake Carpenteria as Announcer/Pon
  • Leslie Hammel as Female Student
  • Pari Banyan as Marilyn
  • Jake Sullivan as Dancer
  • Sally Knight as Girl
  • Jennifer Bowerman as Secretary
  • Tad Lightner as Fuse
  • Tera Strainer as Friend
  • Tom Siver as Man A
  • Tom Loughran as Herb Spermbergher

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