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Sailor Moon entry date: Aug 11, 1999 SAILOR MOON original Japan airdates: Mar 7, 1992-Feb 8, 1997 original US airdates: Sept 11, 1995-1996 in US syndication, Aug 28, 1995-1998 on YTV Canada (episodes #1-65), Summer 1997 on YTV Canada (#66-82), June 12, 2000-Aug 1, 2000 (#83-120), Sept 26, 2000- Nov 16, 2000 (#121-159) on Cartoon Network later airdates: June 9, 1997-Apr 1998 on USA Network (reruns of #1-65), Summer 1998 in US syndication (reruns of #66-82 for US), June 1, 1998-May 3, 2001 (reruns of #1-82, later #83-159), June 3-July 5, 2002 on Cartoon Network episodes: 159 in US, 200 in Japan animated by: Toei Animation distributed and owned by: episodes #1-82 by DiC and The Program Exchange, #83-159 by Toei Animation and Cloverway SAILOR MOON SUMMARY: Serena is a young goofy teenage girl who happens to be the reincarnation of the ancient moon princess from the Moon Kingdom. She has the power to transform into Sailor Moon and defend Earth from evil energy-depriving creatures. With the help of her talking cats Luna and Artemis, the Sailor Scouts and Tuxedo Mask, Sailor Moon fights wrongs and trimuphs over evil. EPISODE GUIDE SAILOR MOON 1st season (1995-1996 in US syndication, 1995-1998 on YTV Canada) episodes #1-40 (Mar 7, 1992-Feb 27, 1993, 46 eps in Japan, 40 in US) Queen Beryl and the Negaforce #001-001 "A Moon Star Is Born"-1st Sailor Moon, Luna & Tuxedo Mask (09.11.1995) #002-N/A EPISODE NOT SHOWN IN THE US #003-002 "Talk Radio" (09.12.1995) #004-003 "Slim City" (09.13.1995) #005-N/A EPISODE NOT SHOWN IN THE US #006-N/A EPISODE NOT SHOWN IN THE US #007-004 "So You Want to be a Superstar"-1st Sailor Mercury (09.14.1995) #008-005 "Computer School Blues" (09.15.1995) #009-006 "Time Bomb" (09.18.1995) #010-007 "An Uncharmed Life"-1st Sailor Mars (09.19.1995) #011-008 "Nightmare in Dreamland" (09.20.1995) #012-009 "Cruise Blues" (09.21.1995) #013-010 "Fight To the Finish" (09.22.1995) #014-011 "Match Point For Sailor Moon" (09.25.1995) #015-012 "An Unnatural Phenomena" (09.26.1995) #016-013 "Wedding Day Blues" (09.27.1995) #017-014 "Shutter Bugged" (09.28.1995) #018-015 "Dangerous Dollies" (09.29.1995) #019-016 "Who Is that Masked Man?" (10.02.1995) #020-N/A EPISODE NOT SHOWN IN THE US #021-017 "An Animated Mess" (10.03.1995) #022-018 "Worth a Princess's Ransom" (10.04.1995) #023-019 "Molly's Folly" (10.05.1995) #024-020 "A Friend in Wolf's Clothing" (10.06.1995) #025-021 "Jupiter Comes Thundering In"-1st Sailor Jupiter (10.09.1995) #026-022 "The Power of Friendship" (10.10.1995) #027-023 "Mercury's Mental Attack" (10.11.1995) #028-024 "An Artful Attack" (10.12.1995) #029-025 "Too Many Girlfriends" (10.13.1995) #030-026 "Grandpa's Follies" (10.16.1995) #031-027 "Kitty Chaos" (10.17.1995) #032-028 "Tuxedo Melvin" (10.18.1995) #033-029 "Sailor V Makes the Scene"-1st Sailor Venus & Artemis (10.19.1995) #034-030 "A Crystal Clear Destiny" (10.20.1995) #035-031 "A Reluctant Princess" (10.23.1995) #036-032 "Bad Hair Day" (10.24.1995) #037-033 "Little Miss Manners" (10.25.1995) #038-034 "Ski Bunny Blues" (10.26.1995) #039-035 "Ice Princess" (10.27.1995) #040-036 "Last Resort" (10.30.1995) #041-037 "Tuxedo Unmasked" (10.31.1995) #042-N/A EPISODE NOT SHOWN IN THE US #043-038 "Fractious Friends" (11.01.1995) #044-039 "The Past Returns" (11.02.1995) #045-040 "Day of Destiny" (11.03.1995) #046-N/A IN THE US, JAPANESE EPISODES #45 & 46 WERE COMBINED SAILOR MOON (R) episodes #41-82 (Mar 6, 1993-Mar 12, 1994, 43 eps in Japan, 42 in US) Ann and Alan and The Doom Tree #047-041 "The Return of Sailor Moon" (11.22.1995) #048-042 "So You Want to be in Pictures" (11.23.1995) #049-043 "A Knight To Remember" (11.24.1995) #050-044 "VR Madness" (11.27.1995) #051-045 "Cherry Blossom Time" (11.28.1995) #052-046 "Kindergarten Chaos" (11.29.1995) #053-047 "Much Ado About Babysitting" (11.30.1995) #054-048 "Raye's Day In the Spotlight" (12.01.1995) #055-049 "Food Fetish" (12.04.1995) #056-050 "Mirror, Mirror on the Wall" (12.05.1995) #057-051 "Detention Doldrums" (12.06.1995) #058-052 "Secret Garden" (12.07.1995) #059-053 "Treed" (12.08.1995) The Negamoon Family (Part 1) #060-054 "Serena Times Two"-1st Rini (11.06.1995) #061-055 "The Cosmetic Caper" (11.07.1995) #062-056 "Sailor Mercury Moving On?" (11.08.1995) #063-057 "Gramps In a Pickle" (11.09.1995) #064-058 "Trouble Comes Thundering Down" (11.10.1995) #065-059 "A Charmed Life" (11.13.1995) #066-060 "A Curried Favor" (11.14.1995) #067-N/A EPISODE NOT SHOWN IN THE US #068-061 "Naughty 'N' Nice" (11.15.1995) #069-062 "Prediction of Doom" (11.16.1995) #070-063 "Enemies No More" (11.17.1995) #071-064 "Checkmate" (11.20.1995) #072-065 "Sibling Rivalry" (11.21.1995) 2nd Season (Summer 1997 for YTV Canada only, later aired in US in syndication in Summer 1998 and on Cartoon Network in Nov-Dec 1998) The Negamoon Family (Part 2) #073-066 Rubeus Evens the Score (11.30.1998) #074-067 Rubeus Strikes Out (12.01.1998) #075-068 The Secret of the Luna Sphere-1st Sailor Pluto (12.02.1998) #076-069 Emerald Takes Over (12.03.1998) #077-070 Promises Fulfilled (12.04.1998) #078-071 No Thanks, Nurse Venus (12.07.1998) #079-072 Dog Day For Artemis (12.08.1998) #080-073 Smart Payoff (12.09.1998) #081-074 Child's Play (12.10.1998) #082-075 Future Shocked (12.11.1998) #083-076 Legend of the Negamoon (12.14.1998) #084-077 Jealously's Just Reward (12.15.1998) #085-078 Birth of Wicked Lady (12.16.1998) #086-079 Brotherly Love (12.17.1998) #087-080 Diamond In the Rough (12.18.1998) #088-081 Final Battle (12.21.1998) #089-082 Follow the Leader-cameos of Sailor Uranus and Neptune (12.22.1998) SAILOR MOON R: THE MOVIE (1993) (US 1999/2000) released in the US: in Japanese with subtitles on Aug 31, 1999, dubbed version: "Sailor Moon R The Movie: The Promise of the Rose" released on Feb 8, 2000 by Pioneer Animation original US airdate: Nov 2, 2001 SAILOR MOON S 3rd Season (June 12, 2000-Aug 1, 2000 on Cartoon Network) episodes #83-120 (Mar 19, 1994-Feb 25, 1995 in Japan, 38 episodes) Dr. Tomoe and the Heart Snatchers #090-083 Star Struck, Bad Luck (06.12.2000) #091-084 Crystal Clear Again (06.13.2000) #092-085 Driving Dangerously (06.14.2000)-first full Sailor Uranus and Neptune #093-086 Bad Harmony (06.15.2000) #094-087 Swept Off Her Feet (06.16.2000) #095-088 Blinded By Love's Light (06.19.2000) #096-089 Lita Borrows Trouble (06.20.2000) #097-090 Damp Spirits (06.21.2000) #098-091 Friendly Foes (06.22.2000) #099-092 Mixed Emotions (06.23.2000) #100-093 Individual Happiness (06.26.2000) #101-094 Birthday Blues Part 1 (06.27.2000) #102-095 Birthday Blues Part 2 (06.28.2000) #103-096 Hello, Sailor Mini Moon (06.29.2000)-first Rini as Sailor Mini Moon #104-097 Tainted Tea Party (06.30.2000) #105-098 People Who Need People (07.03.2000) #106-099 Related By Destiny (07.04.2000) #107-100 Art Appreciation (07.05.2000) #108-101 Everything's Coming Up Rosey (07.06.2000) #109-102 No Turning Back (07.07.2000) #110-103 Destiny's Arrival (07.10.2000)-return of Sailor Pluto #111-104 The Purity Chalice (07.11.2000) #112-105 Show Stoppers (07.12.2000) #113-106 Rini's Risky Friendship (07.13.2000) #114-107 Mimet's Mess (07.14.2000) #115-108 The Shadow of Silence (07.17.2000) #116-109 Thorny Weather (07.18.2000) #117-110 Heightened Hazard (07.19.2000) #118-111 It's In the Cards (07.20.2000) #119-112 Goodness Eclipsed (09.13.2000) NOTE: episode skipped in intial airing due to content, and an edited version aired in the second run of episodes #120-113 Next In Line (07.21.2000) #121-114 Fiendish Ferns (07.24.2000) #122-115 The Science of Love (07.25.2000) #123-116 Wake Up Call (07.26.2000) #124-117 Who's Really Who? (07.27.2000) #125-118 Darkness, My Old Friend (07.28.2000) #126-119 Second Chance (07.31.2000) #127-120 Tough Kindness (08.01.2000) SAILOR MOON S: THE MOVIE (1994) (US 1999/2000) released in the US: in Japanese with subtitles on Aug 31, 1999, dubbed version "Sailor Moon S The Movie: Hearts In Ice" released on May 23, 2000 by Pioneer Animation original US airdate: Nov 9, 2001 SAILOR MOON SUPER S 4th Season (Sept 26, 2000-Nov 16, 2000) on Cartoon Network episodes #121-159 (Mar 4, 1995-Mar 2, 1996 in Japan, 38 episodes) #128-121 Dreams Take Flight (09.26.2000) #129-122 No Ordinary Horsepower (09.27.2000) #130-123 Sweet Dreams (09.28.2000) #131-124 Baiting the Trap (09.29.2000) #132-125 Perfect Couple (10.02.2000) #133-126 Much Ado About Kitten (10.03.2000) #134-127 A Pegasus Pager Turner (10.04.2000) #135-128 A Teacher's Lesson (10.05.2000) #136-129 The Trouble With Love (10.06.2000) #137-130 Phony Fairy (10.09.2000) #138-131 Driven Dreamer (10.10.2000) #139-132 Cutting It Close (10.11.2000) #140-133 Clothes Call (10.12.2000) #141-134 Double Trouble (10.13.2000) #142-135 Recipe For Danger (10.16.2000) #143-136 Kickin' into High Gear (10.17.2000) #144-137 Beach Blanket Bungle (10.18.2000) #145-138 Tutu Treachery (10.19.2000) #146-139 Duchess's Day Off (10.20.2000) #147-140 No Prince Charming (10.23.2000) #148-141 A True Reflection (10.24.2000) #149-142 Eternal Dreams (10.25.2000) #150-143 A New Nightmare (10.26.2000) #151-144 Heartfelt Melody (10.27.2000) #152-145 Dreams of Her Own (12.21.2000) NOTE: episode skipped in intial airing due to content, and an edited version aired in the second run of episodes #153-146 Dental Dilemma (10.30.2000) #154-147 Nightmare Garden (10.31.2000) #155-148 Vaulting to Victory (11.01.2000) #156-149 Reflections of Reality (11.02.2000) #157-150 Dream Believer (11.03.2000) #158-151 Pegasus Revealed (11.06.2000) #159-152 Rini's Lovely Rhapsody (11.07.2000) #160-153 Tomorrow's Big Dreams (11.08.2000) #161-154 Day of Night (11.09.2000) #162-155 Show Time Showdown (11.10.2000) #163-156 The Dark Legend (11.13.2000) #164-157 One in the Hand (11.14.2000) #165-158 Golden Revival (11.15.2000) #166-159 The Sweetest Dream (11.16.2000) SAILOR MOON SUPER S: THE MOVIE (1995) (US 1999/2000) released in the US: in Japanese with subtitles on Aug 31, 1999, dubbed version "Sailor Moon Super S The Movie: Black Dream Hole" released on Aug 23, 2000 by Pioneer Animation original US airdate: Nov 16, 2001 SAILOR MOON SAILOR STARS (1996 TV series, 33 episodes) episodes #167-200 (Mar 9, 1996-Feb 8, 1997, 33 episodes) Not dubbed yet! VOICE ACTORS Susan Aceron as Mimet, Himeko (S Movie), Sailor Pluto/Trista Meio (episodes #103-120), Sailor Saturn/Hotaru Tomoe Dennis Akayama as Malachite Lisa Balkan as Sailor Mercury/Amy Mizuno (episodes #83-159) Linda Ballantyne as Sailor Moon/Serena (episodes #83-159) Emilie Barlow as Sailor Mars/Raye (episodes #66-82), as Sailor Venus/Mina Aino (episodes #83-159) Stephanie Beard as Sailor Mini Moon/Rini (episodes #83-159) Steve Bednarksi as Chad Karen Bernstein as Sailor Mercury/Amy Mizuno (episodes #4-82 and movies) Kirsten Bishop as Zoisite, Emerald, Fisheye, Kaorinite Robert Bockstael as Pegasas and Prince Diamond Liz Brown as Wicked Lady Vince Corazza as Alan, Tuxedo Mask/Darien (episodes #66-159 and movies) Tony Daniels as Jedite, Tiger's Eye and Wiseman Norma Dell' Agnose as Prisma Naz Edwards as Queen Beryl Jill Frappier as Luna David Fraser as Raye's Grandpa Sabrina Grdevich as Ann and Sailor Pluto/Trista Meio (episodes #68-82 and movies) Katie Griffin as Sailor Mars/Raye (episodes #1-65 and 83-159 and movies) Jennifer Griffiths as Avery Liz Hannah as the Tree of Life Terri Hawkes as Sailor Moon/Serena (episodes #11-82 and movies) Tracey Hoyt as Sailor Mini Moon/Rini (episodes #54-82 and movies) David Hubard as Serena's Dad Sara Lafleur as Sailor Uranus/Amara Teno Kathy Laskey as Birdie Julie Lemieux as Sammy Mary Long as Catsy (2nd voice), Molly and Jun-Jun Kevin Lund as Neflyte Wendy Lyon as Queen Serenity Tracey Moore as Sailor Moon/Serena (episodes #1-10) Stephanie Morgenstern as Sailor Venus/Mina Aino (episodes #29-82 and movies) Colin O' Meara as Andrew (episodes #1-65) Roland Parliament as Melvin Alice Poon as Catsy (1st voice) Toby Proctor as Tuxedo Mask/Darien (episodes #11-65) Barbara Radecki as Serena's Mom, Sailor Neptune/Michelle Kaou Nadine Radinovitch as Ms. Patricia Haruna Susan Roman as Sailor Jupiter/Lita Keno Rino Romano as Tuxedo Mask/Darien (episodes #1-10) Ron Ruben as Artemis Lyon Smith as Sapphire Rob Tinkler as Rubeus Jeff Umby as Dr. Souichi Tomoe Maria Vacratsis as the Negaforce (Queen Metallia)
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