TV Series | TV-14 | | Animation, Action, Adventure
The magical action-adventures of a teenage girl who learns of her destiny as the legendary warrior Sailor Moon and must band together with the other Sailor Soldiers to defend the Earth and Galaxy.
In Japan, they drive on the left side of the road. Some, but not all, of the bus scenes were flipped in this episode to make it look like a North American bus (episode 1.06 "Time Bomb").
I won't let you take her... do you hear me? Nobody takes her without facing me first... YOU'RE DUSTED BUSTER!
In the English dub, Amy's last name is Anderson in the early seasons. But in the later sagas, it is changed to Mizuno (the latter is accurate to the original Japanese version.)
The originally-aired version that aired in syndication on local networks featured a "Today on Sailor Moon" preview segment, narrated by the characters. This is not present on any other airing, including the later USA airings of the same dub.
The U.S. version of the last episode of the first series, called "Day of Destiny" was originally two episodes. The reason for this is because Sailors Mars, Jupiter, Venus, and Mercury die in the Japanese version, and it is clear they are dead. In the DIC version, they make it seem that they have only disappeared (e.g., when Mars is in that little ice hut on the ground, they cut it off).
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