|Genres||Action Animation Comedy Crime|
|Writers||Tsukasa Hôjô (comic)
|Plot||Ryo Saeba, the famed "City Hunter," has been hired by James McGuire, the president-elect of a newly-freed South American country, to protect one of the members of the Japanese Secret Service assigned to his protection detail. The young woman happens to be McGuire's daughter and has been targeted for assassination over a fabulous cache of diamonds that McGuire had discovered while still a freedom-fighter. Saeba, while protecting his charge, also takes it upoin himself to try to get some "mokkori" action going with her...... see City Hunter: Secret Service on IMDb|
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|James McGuire's life is so dangerous he has to hire bodyguards for his secret service agents. It doesn't help that his chief agent is actually his long-lost daughter. Luckily for him, Joe Saeba and his sexy assistant Kaori are behind on the rent and need the work! Eighteen years ago, McGuire's life was stolen from him and he was sentenced to rot in jail. But now he's a free man and on his way to saving his country from tyranny. But a dark secret from his past threatens to destroy him and his lovely daughter Anna, who is now an agent with the Japanese secret service. Will he live to rescue his country? Will his resentful daughter learn to love him again? Will Joe finally get some action? Find out the answers in this exciting City Hunter adventure! The City Hunter franchise has generated millions of dollars in revenue worldwide with comic books, movies, a television series, and other merchandise. The City Hunter graphic novel series by Tsukasa Hojo sold millions of copies every week, while the television series scored big ratings all over the world. City Hunter also spawned a hit film starring international movie star Jackie Chan.|
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