What is The name of the theme song in Cowboy Bebop movie?
"Ask DNA" by THE Seatbelts
渡辺信一郎 Watanabe Shinichirou is a director from Sunrise Studio who directed the anime series Cowboy Bebop. The so-called manga is also penned by Sunrise staff using the pen-name 矢立 肇 Yatate Hajime, but with different illustrators. Watanabe Shinichirou also directed Samurai Champloo, Macross Plus (OVA and movie version), Animatrix, besides doing the storyboards for many other series.
* "Tank!" Opening theme (episodes 1-25) Performed by The Seatbelts * "The Real Folk Blues" Ending theme (episodes 1-12, 14-25) Performed by The Seatbelts featuring Mai Yamane * "Space Lion" Ending theme (episode 13) Performed by The Seatbelts * "Blue" Ending theme (episode 26) Performed by The Seatbelts featuring Mai Yamane You can download some music by 'The Seatbelts' for free (legally) on their MySpace. Last time I looked 'Tank' was one of the songs…
No, cowboy is a common noun, a word for any cowboy anywhere. A proper noun is the name of a person, a place, a thing, or a title; for example: "Ragtime Cowboy Joe" 1912 hit song by Eddie Howard Cowboy Trail, Las Vegas NV or Cowboy Trail, Little Elm TX Cowboy Cafe, Lee Highway, Arlington VA Cowboy Outfitters, Highlands TX "Midnight Cowboy" 1969 movie starring Dustin Hoffman and Jon Voight
Is the voice actor Steven Jay Blum who played Spike in 'Cowboy Bebop' the same Steven Blum who is the assistant director of 'Whose Line is It Anyway'?
No, indeed he is not. Steven Blum (voice of Spike Spiegal on Cowboy Bebop) is purely a voice actor. He's done movies, TV commercials, little kid cartoon shows, anime dubs, video game voice overs; you name it, he's probably done it. Steven Blum the assistant director is much older, and looks completely different. There is also a Lt. General in the national guard named Steven Blum.