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Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon

The Five Sailor Senshi
Genre Magical girl, Sentai, Tokusatsu
Created by Naoko Takeuchi, Toei Company
Starring See below
Opening theme Kirari*Sailor Dream!
Composer(s) Michiru Oshima
Country of origin  Japan
Language(s) Japanese
No. of series 1
No. of episodes 49 + 2 specials + Concert (List of episodes)
Production
Producer(s) Shinya Maruyama
Yūma Sakada
Shinichirō Shirakura
Takeyuki Okazaki (chief)
Toshiyuki Takezawa (chief)
Kōichi Yada
Location(s) Tokyo
Running time 30 min./episode
Broadcast
Original channel CBC / TBS
Picture format NTSC
Original run October 4, 2003September 25, 2004
Chronology
Related shows Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon (arc)
Super Sentai
External links
Official website

Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon (美少女戦士セーラームーン Bishōjo Senshi Sērā Mūn?)[1] (often abbreviated to PGSM) is a tokusatsu television series in the Bishōjo Senshi Sailor Moon metaseries originally created by Naoko Takeuchi. It is produced by Toei, the same company that produces the Super Sentai and the Kamen Rider Series. Image File history File linksMetadata Download high resolution version (600x734, 526 KB) Summary Main cast of Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... Sentai is a Japanese word which roughly translates to task force. It is often use to refer to a specific type of fictional story, which stars a specially organized group of heroes; good examples of Sentai is the various Super Sentai live-action Japanese television programs which the American Power... Icons of tokusatsu in the late 1970s: Spider-Man, Kamen Rider Stronger, Kamen Rider V3, Battle Fever J, Ultraman Jonias, as well as the manga and anime icon Doraemon Tokusatsu ) is a Japanese word that literally means special effects. ... Naoko Takeuchi (武内直子 Takeuchi Naoko), born March 15, 1967, is a manga artist who lives in Tokyo, Japan. ... It has been suggested that this article or section be merged with Toei Animation. ... Michiru Oshima (大島ミチル‎ ÅŒshima Michiru), is a Japanese composer who has worked on several titles. ... Image File history File links Flag_of_Japan. ... Chubu-Nippon Broadcasting Co. ... Image:Tokyo Broadcasting System(年末瑞穂第一小学校) in Akasaka . ... NTSC is the analog television system in use in Canada, Japan, Mexico, the Philippines, South Korea, Taiwan, the United States, and some other countries, mostly in the Americas (see map). ... is the 277th day of the year (278th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2003 (MMIII) was a common year starting on Wednesday of the Gregorian calendar. ... is the 268th day of the year (269th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2004 (MMIV) was a leap year starting on Thursday of the Gregorian calendar. ... The Sailor Moon anime series , Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon) was co-produced by TV Asahi, Toei Agency and Toei Animation. ... The anime series logo, which translates to Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon Sailor Moon is the shortened title of Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon ), the first story arc in the greater Sailor Moon anime and manga metaseries. ... The official logo of the Super Sentai Series introduced in 2000 during the run of Mirai Sentai Timeranger The Super Sentai Series ) is the name given to the long running Japanese superhero team genre of shows produced by Toei Company Ltd. ... Icons of tokusatsu in the late 1970s: Spider-Man, Kamen Rider Stronger, Kamen Rider V3, Battle Fever J, Ultraman Jonias, as well as the manga and anime icon Doraemon Tokusatsu ) is a Japanese word that literally means special effects. ... A television program is the content of television broadcasting. ... For the title character, see Sailor Moon (character) and for the first story arc, see Sailor Moon (arc). ... A metaseries includes series of stories which include references to each other and some overall similar chronological or cast backdrop, but are not similar enough to be considered direct sequels. ... Naoko Takeuchi (武内直子 Takeuchi Naoko), born March 15, 1967, is a manga artist who lives in Tokyo, Japan. ... It has been suggested that this article or section be merged with Toei Animation. ... The official logo of the Super Sentai Series introduced in 2000 during the run of Mirai Sentai Timeranger The Super Sentai Series ) is the name given to the long running Japanese superhero team genre of shows produced by Toei Company Ltd. ... A statue of Kamen Rider 1 outside of Bandai Corporate Headquarters, Tokyo, Japan The Kamen Rider Series , translated as Masked Rider Series) is the overall name of a franchise of Japanese tokusatsu. ...


PGSM came out exclusively in Japan. It ran from October 4, 2003 to September 25, 2004, and was a retelling of Bishōjo Senshi Sailor Moon's first major story arc, albeit with considerable plot divergences. is the 277th day of the year (278th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2003 (MMIII) was a common year starting on Wednesday of the Gregorian calendar. ... is the 268th day of the year (269th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2004 (MMIV) was a leap year starting on Thursday of the Gregorian calendar. ... The anime series logo, which translates to Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon Sailor Moon is the shortened title of Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon ), the first story arc in the greater Sailor Moon anime and manga metaseries. ...


The theme music is called "Kirari*Sailor Dream!" and was performed by J-pop singer Sae. The lyrics were written by Takeuchi. The theme music of a radio or television program is a piece that is written specifically for that show and usually played during the title sequence and/or end credits. ... J-pop (or Jpop) is an abbreviation of Japanese pop. ...


The series lasted 49 episodes (called "Acts"), and also included two separate made-for-DVD specials, for a total of 51 acts.

Contents

Production

The broadcast originated from Chubu-Nippon Broadcasting. Another 28 television stations in Japan retransmitted the series,[citation needed] though some of them were weeks behind the TBS schedule because they started airing the series late. Chubu-Nippon Broadcasting Co. ... The term television channel generally refers to either a television station or its cable/satellite counterpart (both outlined below). ...


There are several radio programs called "DJ Moon" based on the show that originated from Chubu-Nippon Broadcasting radio and were broadcast on other radio networks in Japan. The shows were a combination of a radio drama and promotional tool for the TV series, often foreshadowing upcoming events. These shows were later sold on CD. Chubu-Nippon Broadcasting Co. ... Radio drama is a form of audio storytelling broadcast on radio. ... Wikibooks has more about this subject: Marketing Scale model of a Wheaties cereal box at a pep rally Promotion is one of the four key aspects of the marketing mix. ...


The live action broadcast's ratings were not as high as those of the original show. The show had a high start, but then the ratings slid. They picked up in January 2004 and then again at the end of the series. In film and video, live action refers to works that are acted out by flesh-and-blood actors, as opposed to animation. ...


In addition to the broadcast television show, there was also a stage musical performance by characters on the show. Some footage from the filming of the stage show was used in the television broadcast. There was also an instructional video released. Terrestrial television (also known as over-the-air, OTA or broadcast television) was the traditional method of television broadcast signal delivery prior to the advent of cable and satellite television. ... Musical performance may refer to: Concert Performance This is a disambiguation page: a list of articles associated with the same title. ...


Plot

A great evil, consisting of Queen Beryl, her four generals, and an amorphous evil power named Queen Metaria attempt to steal energy so that Beryl can take over the world. The Dark Kingdom ) is an organization of antagonists in the Sailor Moon metaseries. ... The Shitennou , Four Heavenly Kings) are a group of villains from the Sailor Moon metaseries. ... The Dark Kingdom ) is an organization of antagonists in the Sailor Moon metaseries. ...


Standing in their way are the Sailor Senshi, five middle-school-aged girls: perky Usagi Tsukino, genius Ami Mizuno, paranormally gifted shrine maiden Rei Hino, tomboyish Makoto Kino, and J-pop idol Minako Aino; two beings that appear to be sentient stuffed cats (Luna and Artemis); and Tuxedo Mask, a jewel thief in search of a Silver Crystal. The Sailor Team and Chibichibi. ... Usagi Tsukino , or Serena in the English versions) is the protagonist of the Sailor Moon metaseries as well as its title character, best known by her pseudonym, Sailor Moon ). She is the de facto leader of the series primary heroines, the Sailor Senshi. ... Ami Mizuno , or Amy in the English versions) is one of the central characters in the Sailor Moon metaseries. ... Miko at Aso shrine in Aso, Japan Miko lit. ... Rei Hino , or Raye in the English versions) is one of the central characters in the Sailor Moon metaseries. ... Makoto Kino , or Lita in the English versions) is one of the central characters in the Sailor Moon metaseries. ... Minako Aino , or Mina in the English versions) is one of the central characters in the Sailor Moon metaseries. ... The Mystical Silver Crystal as it first appears. ...


Later in the series, Metaria and Sailor Moon each get too powerful to be reigned in, and the conflict shifts to attempting to postpone the inevitable destruction of the planet Earth. (It looks like Earth is plunged into darkness and not actually destroyed per se, but the effect is the same.)


Changes to story

Ratings Snapshot from the Newtype USA magazine
[citation needed]
Act 14 January 10, 2004 - 4.0%[2]
Act 15 January 17, 2004 - 3.2%
Act 16 January 24, 2004 - 3.2%
Act 17 January 31, 2004 - 4.7%[3]
Act 18 February 07, 2004 - 3.8%
Queen Beryl is one of the most consistent characters from series to series.

Although Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon is a retelling of the first manga story arc, there are many differences that set it apart from the manga and anime. The story lines are more character-based and driven, focusing on the girls' civilian lives and their connection to the past more than on action sequences. While the first few episodes seemed directly based on anime and manga story lines, by the time Sailor Jupiter had arrived the show was starting to spin off in its own direction. Additionally, Usagi and Rei's relationship is closer in spirit to the manga; while they have their disagreements, it never gets to the heated level that it does in the anime. Newtype USA, November 2004. ... is the 10th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2004 (MMIV) was a leap year starting on Thursday of the Gregorian calendar. ... is the 17th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2004 (MMIV) was a leap year starting on Thursday of the Gregorian calendar. ... is the 24th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2004 (MMIV) was a leap year starting on Thursday of the Gregorian calendar. ... is the 31st day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2004 (MMIV) was a leap year starting on Thursday of the Gregorian calendar. ... February 7 is the 38th day of the year in the Gregorian Calendar. ... Year 2004 (MMIV) was a leap year starting on Thursday of the Gregorian calendar. ... Image File history File links BerylPGSM.jpg‎ This image is a screenshot of a copyrighted television program or station ID. As such, the copyright for it is most likely owned by the company or corporation that produced it. ... Image File history File links BerylPGSM.jpg‎ This image is a screenshot of a copyrighted television program or station ID. As such, the copyright for it is most likely owned by the company or corporation that produced it. ... Sailor Jupiter ) is one of the central characters in the Sailor Moon metaseries. ...


One of the largest changes was to the character of Minako Aino, who, rather than being an ordinary girl among the other Senshi, is a famous pop idol. When introduced, she is fighting crime under the alias "Sailor V" (as in the other versions), and makes subtle reference to this double life in her music. Her most popular song, "C'est La Vie" (French for "That's Life!"), is a Japanese pun. In Japanese, the pronunciation of "Sailor V" (セーラーV [seːɺaːbwi]) is nearly identical to the Japanese pronunciation of "C'est La Vie." The song has an insouciant and uplifting tone, while the real phrase is a reminder that life can be harsh. For more information, see Minako Aino - In the live-action series. This article is about the British television series. ... Alter Ego has multiple meanings: Alter Ego is a game for the Commodore 64 computer. ... Look up cest la vie in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ... For other uses, see Pun (disambiguation). ... Minako Aino , or Mina in the English versions) is one of the central characters in the Sailor Moon metaseries. ...


In addition to plot-line changes, some updating has been done to minor elements of the series, making them more in line with modern culture. For example, in the original anime and manga, there were scenes involving Ami and a cassette tape. In the new version, the tape is replaced by a MiniDisc. Instead of a transformation pen and communicators, each Senshi is given a magical camera phone and bracelets. Also, their secret hideout is not hidden in a video arcade, but rather in a magic karaoke room. For the meaning of cassette in genetics, see cassette (genetics). ... See also IBMs VM operating system family, where minidisk refers to a logical unit of storage. ... Instantly sharing media A Sony Ericsson K750 camera phone in use Philippe Kahn Working on and early camera-phone A camera phone is a mobile phone which has a camera built-in and is coupled with a server-based infrastructure that allows the user to share pictures and video with...


With the new adaptation of the show, certain characters were modified to give it freshness and originality. New aspects and forms include Sailor Luna, Dark Sailor Mercury, and Princess Sailor Moon. A new antagonist is also introduced: Mio Kuroki. Artemis, Diana, and Luna in the anime. ... Ami Mizuno , or Amy in the English versions) is one of the central characters in the Sailor Moon metaseries. ... Usagi Tsukino , or Serena in the English versions) is the protagonist of the Sailor Moon metaseries as well as its title character, best known by her pseudonym, Sailor Moon ). She is the de facto leader of the series primary heroines, the Sailor Senshi. ...


Mio Kuroki

Mio Kuroki (Kuroki Mio), played by Alisa Yuriko Durbrow, is a strange and manipulative girl who joins Usagi's class at school. She is a fellow pop idol and thus has a rivalry with Minako Aino. She pretends to be Usagi's friend while doing all in her power to cause her sadness. Because of her forgiving nature, however, Usagi continually gives Mio extra chances. Mio soon becomes very envious of Usagi's closeness to Mamoru and fakes fainting in front of his motorcycle in order to kidnap him and take him to Queen Beryl. There, Mio taunts Mamoru, telling him that Beryl will kill him if he does not join the Dark Kingdom and become Beryl's lover. Mio is revealed to be created from a part of Queen Beryl herself, apparently to do harm to Usagi. After kidnapping Mamoru, her main role is to keep an eye on him for Beryl. The only powers of her own she demonstrates are slight mind control powers, and teleportation, of both herself and others. Alisa Yuriko Durbrow (born April 16, 1988) is a Japanese model, actress, and singer who played the role of Mio Kuroki in the Sailor Moon live action show Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon. ... For other uses, see Motorcycle (disambiguation). ... The Dark Kingdom ) is an organization of antagonists in the Sailor Moon metaseries. ...


Toward the end of the series, Mio is apparently killed by Endymion/Metaria; she is somehow resurrected, however, as the main villain of the "Special Act". Once again, she kidnaps Mamoru, this time wanting to marry him so they can rule a new Dark Kingdom as King and Queen. She is confronted and attacked by the Shitennou, forcing her to transform into a plant-like monster that makes quick work of her former allies. Ultimately, her final form is destroyed by the Senshi's combined powers, channeled through the Moon Stick in the Sailor Planet attack. Bad guy redirects here. ... The Sailor Team and Chibichibi. ...


After her revival for the Special Act, she seems to gain new powers. She can repair objects, cause them to appear out of thin air, and create monsters from flames. She can also summon legions of perriots, or clowns, to serve her and gather energy, even creating replicas of the Shitennou. Mio is also able to brainwash others and transform into a plant-like monster. At one point she interrupts a television broadcast to announce that she is taking over.


Special items

A number of magical items, unique to the live action series, were introduced over the course of the story. These include:

  • Jewelery Star Bracelet - A transformation item; each of the Guardian Senshi has her own. These bracelets allow them to transform into Sailor Senshi. When Sailor Mercury was turned into Dark Sailor Mercury, her bracelet also changed in appearance and was known as the Dark Jewelery Star Bracelet. They vanished when the Silver Crystal was destroyed.
  • Heart Moon Necklace - Sailor Moon's transformation device which she uses in conjunction with a tube of lipstick to transform. This turns into a brooch when she is Sailor Moon. It vanished when the Silver Crystal was destroyed.
  • Sailor Star Tambo - An attack item resembling a tambourine; each of the Guardian Senshi has her own. Together with Sailor Moon, these items enable the Senshi to use the "Moonlight Attractive Attack" and the "Sailor Planet Attack." Not all of them need be present to use these combined attacks. Sailor Jupiter and Sailor Mercury are shown using theirs for named attacks--"Jupiter Thunderbolt" and "Mercury Aqua Storm"--which are unique to the live-action series. They can also be used for an unnamed attack that launches star shapes. In the final episode and the Special Act, the Tambos are turned into weapons--a Mercury Sword, Jupiter Spear, and Mars and Venus Daggers.
  • Princess Sword/Princess Harp - Princess Sailor Moon conjures this sword to fend off attacks and perform a powerful blow in the form of a star. It also turns into a harp, that she uses to play for her sorrow, and sometimes to heal people and other living things, including plants.
  • Decoy Silver Crystal - A crystal which Sailor Venus wore in a tiara in her hair during the early part of the series, when she was impersonating the Princess. She had many, in fact, and could cause them to explode at will. In particular, in Act 20, Nephrite fell victim when a fake Silver Crystal exploded in his hands.
  • Teletia-S - A magical cellphone given to each of the Senshi. They can be used to contact more than one person at once, and are the PGSM version of Sailor Moon's transforming pen. Each Senshi can use her phone to take a picture of a person (or even a mannequin) and, later, turn her own clothes into the selected outfit. Human Luna also carries one, which she uses to turn into Sailor Luna. Luna's cellphone is called Lunatia-L.
  • Crown Passport - The girls use karaoke passes, conjured by Luna, to enter their secret base (also conjured by Luna) in Crown Karaoke. The cards purport to be year-long passes to use the karaoke booths so that the Sailor Senshi can get into the base for free. When he first sees them, however, Motoki asks "We give one-year passes?" but then shrugs it off.
  • Moonlight Stick - A type of weapon used by Sailor Moon and Sailor Luna. They are similar in appearance to the Moon Stick that appears in the manga and anime series, but the crescents attached to them are made of crystal rather than gold. Sailor Moon uses hers for most attacks, and Sailor Luna uses hers in her only one. Luna also changes her stick into other objects on occasion, including a paper fan, golden fan, and net.
  • Spirit of the Senshi - A sword that only appears in the Special act. It is capable of restoring the Senshi's lost powers by restoring their henshin items, however they vanish again after one use. It is also good for combat.

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DVD specials

Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon: Special Act

A sequel to the series, set four years later, that portrays the wedding of Mamoru and Usagi (which, in the anime, is first shown in the Dark Moon arc of Sailor Moon R). Before their nuptials they must do battle with Mio Kuroki who has been resurrected and claims to be the new queen of the Dark Kingdom. She kidnaps Mamoru and Usagi and forces Mamoru to marry her. However, the Shitennou are revived and help their master to defeat Mio's youma, Sword and Shield. Meanwhile, the Sailor Senshi, minus Sailor Mars who is bedridden with injuries from battling Mio while in her civilian state, use the Moon Sword provided by Queen Serenity to restore their power, enabling them to transform and defeat Mio. The story ends with Usagi and Mamoru's wedding. This act is an hour long, twice as long as all the other acts. Usagi Tsukino , or Serena in the English versions) is the protagonist of the Sailor Moon metaseries as well as its title character, best known by her pseudonym, Sailor Moon ). She is the de facto leader of the series primary heroines, the Sailor Senshi. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... Kuroki Mio is a character from the live action drama, Bishoujo Senshi Sailormoon, translated in English to Pretty Guardian Sailormoon to differenciate between the anime and live-action series. ... The Dark Kingdom ) is an organization of antagonists in the Sailor Moon metaseries. ... Sailor Mars ) is one of the central characters in the Sailor Moon metaseries. ... Bruce Lee. ...


Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon: Act Zero

The last special made for the series, ironically, is a prequel of sorts that leads directly to the first episode. In it we see how Minako Aino met Artemis and became Sailor V on Christmas. She must use her newfound powers to foil a stage magician of jewel thief called Q.T. Kenko and his Killer Girl assistants. Meanwhile Usagi and her friends decide to dress in their own homemade sailor fuku in order to scare the thieves away from the jewelry store owned by Naru Osaka's mother, (Usagi as Sailor Rabbit, Naru as Sailor N, and their other friends, Kanami and Momoko as sailors K and M) only for Usagi to get kidnapped by Kenko. The actors who portray the Shitennou are featured as the inexperienced police officers group self-dubbed the "Police Shittenou" for comic relief: Captain Shiroi (Kunzite), Officer Akai (Nephrite), Officer Kuroi (Zoisite), and female Officer Hanako (Jadeite). The story ends with Luna coming to Earth, feeling the burn of hitting the atmosphere, in order to give Usagi her powers. A prequel is a work that portrays events which include the structure, conventions, and/or characters of a previously completed narrative, but occur at an earlier time. ... Minako Aino , or Mina in the English versions) is one of the central characters in the Sailor Moon metaseries. ... This does not cite its references or sources. ... Minako Aino Minako Aino (愛野 美奈子 Aino Minako) is a fictional character from the Japanese entertainment series known as Sailor Moon. ... Usagi is Japanese for rabbit. ... Japanese high school students in uniform, many are girls wearing sailor girl outfits The sailor outfit Japanese school uniform (セーラー服 sērā-fuku) is strictly for girls of middle and high school age (although some people wear it as a costume). ... Naru Osaka (ÅŒsaka Naru), otherwise known as Molly Baker, is a fictional character in the anime and manga Sailor Moon. ... Police officers in South Australia A police officer (or policeman/policewoman) is a warranted worker of a police force. ... Comic relief is the inclusion of a humorous character or scene or witty dialogue in an otherwise serious work, often to relieve tension. ... Luna. ...


Mini-episodes

Act Zero also comes with two mini-episodes. Each one is approximately five minutes long and tells a quick short story. Hina Afterward shows what happened to the character of Hina after breaking off her engagement with Mamoru Chiba. Tuxedo Mask's Secret Birth shows the origin of the Tuxedo Mask persona. It includes a joke-henshin sequence in which, rather than transforming magically, he pulls his clothes on with dramatic flair. This article is in need of attention. ... Henshin ) is the Japanese phrase for transformation. It is also a visual sequence for transformation prevalent in Japanese media, in both tokusatsu and anime. ...


Super Dance Lesson

A quick video hosted by Luna, Sailor Jupiter and Sailor Moon, that instructed the viewer how to perform the dances from different songs from PGSM. The dances included were for the songs "Romance" and "Here We Go! -Shinjiru Chikara-" Also demonstrated were "C'est La Vie~ The Loving Part Inside me" and "Kirari*Sailor Dream!" although no formal instructions were given on how to dance to them.


Kirari Super Live!

This is DVD footage of the live-stage show of the same name. Kirari Super Live featured the actors and actresses from the show singing and dancing to the various songs from the show. This is a recording of the Special Live Event that occurred on May 2, 2004 at Yomiuri Hall. This Special Event was held for the 1,000 winners of the Sailormoon Campaign (a contest held earlier in the year, in which you had to send in UPC symbols to enter). The Special includes appearances by the actors and actresses, song numbers, and dramas. The songs are mixed among the story line. The Shitennou plot to kidnap Luna and the Senshi must save her.


Episode list

TV episodes[4]
Act # Episode title Air date
1 "I am Sailor Moon!"
October 4, 2003
2 "Ami Became a Friend"
October 11, 2003
3 "The Third Senshi is Miko Rei"
October 18, 2003
4 "Sneaking Into the Party!"
October 25, 2003
5 "Is Usagi a True Friend?"
November 1, 2003
6 "The Transfer Student is Sailor Jupiter"
November 8, 2003
7 "He Saw Me Transforming!"
November 15, 2003
8 "Rei and Her Father"
November 22, 2003
9 "I'll Protect the Illusion Silver Crystal"
November 29, 2003
10 "I am Queen Beryl, Queen of Darkness"
December 6, 2003
11 "We Got to Meet the Real Minako!"
December 13, 2003
12 "Sailor V's True Identity was the Princess!"
December 20, 2003
13 "The Last of the Shitennou, Kunzite, Appears"
December 27, 2003
14 "Usagi is Turning into a Youma?"
January 10, 2004
15 "I'll Punish the Thief!"
January 17, 2004
16 "I Must Save Osaka!"
January 24, 2004
17 "Minako Transforms in Front of Rei's Eyes"
January 31, 2004
18 "At Last, All Five Sailor Senshi are Together"
February 7, 2004
19 "Usagi's Heart-Pounding Valentine"
February 14, 2004
20 "Hina was Mamoru's Fiancée"
February 21, 2004
21 "What Did You Do to Ami!?"
February 28, 2004
22 "Ami Becomes an Enemy"
March 6, 2004
23 "In Order to Awaken Her Senshi Powers, Rei Sings"
March 13, 2004
24 "I Can't Forget About Mamoru Chiba After All"
March 20, 2004
25 "So Tuxedo Mask's True Identity was Mamoru Chiba"
March 27, 2004
26 "Usagi is the Real Princess!"
April 3, 2004
27 "Luna Became a Sailor Senshi!"
April 17, 2004
28 "Welcome Back, Ami!"
April 24, 2004
29 "Minako's Rival, Mio Kuroki, is a Transfer Student?"
May 1, 2004
30 "Mio Deceives Usagi"
May 8, 2004
31 "Jupiter Awakens Her Senshi Powers!"
May 15, 2004
32 "Mamoru Came Back"
May 22, 2004
33 "Ami is Changing Schools?"
May 29, 2004
34 "A Mother-and-Daughter Talk"
June 5, 2004
35 "Sailor Venus and Zoisite are Working Together?"
June 12, 2004
36 "Princess Sailor Moon Appears!"
June 19, 2004
37 "The Princess Will Cause a Catastrophe!?"
June 26, 2004
38 "Believe Me! I Definitely Won't Destroy the Planet!"
July 3, 2004
39 "Usagi's Mother's Challenge as a Reporter!"
July 10, 2004
40 "Minako vs. Rei - Where's the Battle?"
July 17, 2004
41 "Actually, I'm a Senshi!"
July 24, 2004
42 "I Won't Use the Power of the Illusion Silver Crystal!"
July 31, 2004
43 "Usagi and Mamoru's Promise"
August 7, 2004
44 "Zoisite Turned Back into a Stone"
August 14, 2004
45 "Youma Metaria's Violent Attack"
August 21, 2004
46 "Sailor Venus Awakens Her Senshi Powers"
August 28, 2004
47 "Goodbye, Minako"
September 4, 2004
48 "Mamoru is Captured by Metaria!"
September 18, 2004
Final "The Five Sailor Senshi Surpassed Their Previous Lives"
September 25, 2004
Direct-to-video
Act title Release date
Special Act "We're Getting Married!"
November 24, 2004
Act Zero "The Story Before the Birth of Sailor V"
March 25, 2005
Act Zero "Tuxedo Mask's Birth Special"
March 25, 2005

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Cast

MiyÅ« Sawai in her role as Usagi Tsukino MiyÅ« Sawai (沢井 美優 Sawai MiyÅ«), was born on 23 October 1987 in Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan) is a young Japanese model, actress, and idol. ... Usagi Tsukino , or Serena in the English versions) is the protagonist of the Sailor Moon metaseries as well as its title character, best known by her pseudonym, Sailor Moon ). She is the de facto leader of the series primary heroines, the Sailor Senshi. ... Bruce Lee. ... Chisaki Hama (浜 千咲 Hama Chisaki, born November 10, 1988) is a Japanese model, actress, and singer. ... Ami Mizuno , or Amy in the English versions) is one of the central characters in the Sailor Moon metaseries. ... Keiko Kitagawa ) (born August 22, 1986) is a Japanese idol who played the role of Sailor Mars in the Sailor Moon live action show Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon. ... Rei Hino , or Raye in the English versions) is one of the central characters in the Sailor Moon metaseries. ... MyÅ« Azama MyÅ« Mew Azama ) (born December 26, 1986 in the Okinawa Prefecture) is an idol actress in Japan. ... Makoto Kino , or Lita in the English versions) is one of the central characters in the Sailor Moon metaseries. ... Ayaka Komatsu (小松 彩夏, Komatsu Ayaka) is a Japanese model/actress. ... Minako Aino , or Mina in the English versions) is one of the central characters in the Sailor Moon metaseries. ... Koike Rina was born September 3rd, 1993, in the Tochigi Prefecture. ... Luna. ... Keiko Han (潘 恵子 Han Keiko) is a seiyu who was born on April 5, 1953. ... Kappei Yamaguchi ) (real name: Mitsuo Yamaguchi )) (born May 23, 1965) is a male seiyÅ« from Fukuoka, Fukuoka, affiliated with GokÅ« and 21st Century Fox. ... This does not cite its references or sources. ... Jyouji Shibue (渋江 譲二 Shibue Jyōji, born March 15, 1983 in Nagano Prefecture) is a Japanese model and actor. ... Mamoru Chiba , Darien in the English versions) is the primary male protagonist of the Sailor Moon metaseries. ... Sugimoto Aya (杉本 彩 Sugimoto Aya, born July 19, 1968 in Kyoto) is a former Japanese singer, model, actress, and dancer, who turned nude modeling like many of her peers in the later stage of her career. ... The Dark Kingdom ) is an organization of antagonists in the Sailor Moon metaseries. ... Image:Junmasuo. ... The Shitennou or Shitennō (Four Kings) are Queen Beryls four subordinates in the various incarnations of Sailor Moon: Jadeite, Nephrite, Zoisite, and Kunzite. ... The Shitennou or Shitennō (Four Kings) are Queen Beryls four subordinates in the various incarnations of Sailor Moon: Jadeite, Nephrite, Zoisite, and Kunzite. ... The Shitennou or Shitennō (Four Kings) are Queen Beryls four subordinates in the various incarnations of Sailor Moon: Jadeite, Nephrite, Zoisite, and Kunzite. ... The Shitennou or Shitennō (Four Kings) are Queen Beryls four subordinates in the various incarnations of Sailor Moon: Jadeite, Nephrite, Zoisite, and Kunzite. ... Alisa Yuriko Durbrow (born April 16, 1988) is a Japanese model, actress, and singer who played the role of Mio Kuroki in the Sailor Moon live action show Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon. ... Chieko Kawabe ), born February 24, 1987) is a female J-pop singer. ... Naru Osaka (ÅŒsaka Naru), otherwise known as Molly Baker, is a fictional character in the anime and manga Sailor Moon. ... Masaya Kikawada (born June 1st, 1980) is a Japanese actor known from Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon as Sailor Jupiters love interest Motoki Furuhata and also Kikawada appeared in the sequel to battle Royale, Battle Royale 2: Requiem. ... Masaya Kikawada plays Motoki Furuhata in the live-action version of Sailor Moon. ... Kaori Moriwaka (森若香織, Moriwaka Kaori, born December 11, 1963) is a musician and actress. ... Ikuko Tsukino is a fictional character from the Japanese anime metaseries Sailor Moon. ... Naoki Takeshi (武子直輝 Takeshi Naoki) is a Japanese actor. ... Shingo Tsukino is a minor character appearing in the early manga and TV seasons of Sailor Moon. ... Moeko Matsushita ) is a Japanese singer and actress from Hyogo, Japan. ...

Trivia

Image File history File links Broom_icon. ... A statue of Kamen Rider 1 outside of Bandai Corporate Headquarters, Tokyo, Japan The Kamen Rider Series , translated as Masked Rider Series) is the overall name of a franchise of Japanese tokusatsu. ... Kamen Rider Ibuki Iori Izumi (和泉 伊織), also known as Ibuki is a character from the Japanese Tokusatsu TV show, Kamen Rider Hibiki. ... Kamen Rider The First ) is a Japanese tokusatsu film. ... Tomohisa Yuge is a Japanese actor who has had roles in numerous TV Asahi Tokusatsu shows, including the currently airing Kamen Rider Kabuto. ... Kamen Rider Zolda with his Giga Launcher Kamen Rider Zolda (仮面ライダーゾルダ) is one of the 13 Kamen Riders in the tokusatsu production Kamen Rider Ryuki. ... Kamen Rider TheBee - Rider Form Kamen Rider TheBee - Masked Form Kamen Rider TheBee ) is one of the characters in Kamen Rider Kabuto. ... Kamen Rider Gai (仮面ライダーガイ) is one of the 13 Kamen Riders in the tokusatsu production Kamen Rider Ryuki. ... The official logo of the Super Sentai Series introduced in 2000 during the run of Mirai Sentai Timeranger The Super Sentai Series ) is the name given to the long running Japanese superhero team genre of shows produced by Toei Company Ltd. ... Mighty Morphin Power Rangers is a live-action television and movie series, based on the Super Sentai series Kyouryuu Sentai ZyuRanger (Kyōryū Sentai JūRanger), literally Dinosaur Task Force Beast Rangers and often abbreviated as ZyuRanger (after the Kunrei-shiki romanization). ... Please wikify (format) this article as suggested in the Guide to layout and the Manual of Style. ... Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (MMPR) is an American live-action television series, created for the American market, based on the sixteenth installment of the Japanese Super Sentai franchise, KyōryÅ« Sentai Zyuranger. ...

Notes and references

  1. ^ The word senshi has been officially translated in the other Sailor Moon series titles as "soldier," and is occasionally written that way in English letters on merchandise. In the live-action series, however, it is translated "guardian," and is printed as such during the show's opening sequence.
  2. ^ (Near death of a main character)
  3. ^ (Introduction of a new character)
  4. ^ Adapted from http://www.sailormoon.ws/archives/040205.html

See also

Flyer from the 2004 Musical The Sailor Moon musicals ), commonly referred to as SeraMyu ), are a series of live theatre productions based on Naoko Takeuchis metaseries Sailor Moon. ...

External links


The Internet Movie Database (IMDb) is an online database of information about movies, actors, television shows, production crew personnel, and video games. ...

Sailor Moon series
v  d  e
Codename: Sailor V | Manga | Anime | Episode list | Stage musicals | Video games | Live-action | English adaptations | Actors | Story locations | Parallel
Protagonists (including Sailor Senshi)
Sailor Moon | Tuxedo Mask | Chibiusa
Sailor Mercury | Sailor Mars | Sailor Jupiter | Sailor Venus
Sailor Pluto | Sailor Neptune | Sailor Uranus | Sailor Saturn
Queen Serenity | Luna, Artemis, and Diana
Sailor Starlights | Princess Kakyuu | ChibiChibi
Minor and supporting characters

Story arcs
Dark Kingdom | R / Black Moon | S / Infinity | SuperS / Dream | Sailor Stars
Antagonists
Dark Kingdom (Shitennou/Generals)
Makaiju aliens | Black Moon Clan (Ayakashi Sisters)
Death Busters (Witches 5)
Dead Moon Circus (Amazon Trio, Amazoness Quartet)
Shadow Galactica (Sailor Galaxia, Sailor Animamates)
Chaos

Movies
Sailor Moon R movie | Sailor Moon S movie | Sailor Moon SuperS movie

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