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Sailor Moon DVD Ultimate Complete Uncut TV Series English+Japanese (50-Disc Set)

Sailor Moon DVD Ultimate Complete Uncut TV Series English+Japanese (50-Disc Set)
Sailor Moon DVD Ultimate Complete Uncut TV Series English+Japanese (50-Disc Set)
Sailor Moon DVD Ultimate Complete Uncut TV Series English+Japanese (50-Disc Set)
Sailor Moon DVD Ultimate Complete Uncut TV Series English+Japanese (50-Disc Set)
Sailor Moon DVD Ultimate Complete Uncut TV Series English+Japanese (50-Disc Set)
Sailor Moon DVD Ultimate Complete Uncut TV Series English+Japanese (50-Disc Set)
Sailor Moon DVD Ultimate Complete Uncut TV Series English+Japanese (50-Disc Set)
Sailor Moon DVD Ultimate Complete Uncut TV Series English+Japanese (50-Disc Set)
Sailor Moon DVD Ultimate Complete Uncut TV Series English+Japanese (50-Disc Set)

Sailor Moon DVD Ultimate Complete Uncut TV Series English+Japanese (50-Disc Set)    Sailor Moon DVD Ultimate Complete Uncut TV Series English+Japanese (50-Disc Set)

Sailor Moon: The Complete TV Series. SEASONS 1,2,3,4 AND 5 + THREE MOVIES IN. THIS IS THE ORIGINAL DUB AS IT AIRED ON TV IN THE US & CANADA IN THE 90's. Includes all five seasons and three movies in a premium, high-quality 50 DVD collection in both English and Japanese audio.

The protagonist of Sailor Moon, Usagi Tsukino (called Serena in the US version), an ordinary ditsy middle-school girl-or so she thinks-discovers a talking cat named Luna, who reveals Usagi's identity as "Sailor Moon, " a special warrior with the destiny of saving the planet Earth, and later the entire galaxy. Usagi, who is the reincarnation of the Moon Princess, must now protect Earth from a series of villains, beginning with the Dark Kingdom that had appeared once before, long ago, and destroyed the kingdom of the moon. The characters in Sailor Moon awaken members of the court of the kingdom of the moon, and the people dedicated to protecting it; when the dark nemesis attacked the kingdom, the Queen sent the Moon Princess, her guardians and advisors, and her true love into the future to be reborn.

As Usagi and Luna battle evil and search for the Moon Princess, they meet the other Sailor Senshi, incarnations of the Moon Princess' protectors, and the mysterious Tuxedo Mask. As the series progresses, Usagi and her friends learn more and more about the enemies they face and the evil force that directs them.

The characters' pasts are mysterious and hidden even to them, and much of the early series is devoted to discovering their true identities and pasts. Luna, who teaches and guides the Sailor Senshi, doesn't know everything about their histories either, and the Senshi eventually learn that Usagi is the real Moon Princess. The Moon Princess' mother had her reborn as a Sailor Senshi to protect her.

Gradually Usagi discovers the truth about her own past life, her destined true love, and the possibilities for the future of the Solar System. The plot spans five major story arcs, each of them represented in both the manga and anime, usually under different names: 1.

The Dark Kingdom arc (Sailor Moon, Season 1) 2. The Black Moon arc (Sailor Moon R, Season 2) 3.

The Mugen/Infinity arc (Sailor Moon S, Season 3) 4. The Dream arc (Sailor Moon SuperS, Season 4) 5. The Stars arc (Sailor Moon Sailor Stars, Season 5). The Animage Diamond Series is a new, high-quality line of products that pledge to offer the best video and audio quality on the market for any given TV series.

Unlike most Sailor Moon collections available these days, that offer 20 DVD for all episodes, this collection offers the same content over 34 DVD, offering twice the video bandwidth and triples the audio quality by keeping the original AC3 soundtrack. Season 1 - Sailor Moon. The story centers around an air-headed crybaby, named Serena, and her friends Amy, Rei, Lita, and Mina.

Using special powers, they can transform into Sailor Scouts. They become Sailor Moon, Sailor Mercury, Sailor Mars, Sailor Jupiter, and Sailor Venus respectfully. They fight for love and justice against the evil minions of the Negaverse. To help them in their quest, they heed the advice of two talking cats, Luna and Artemis, and also the mysterious Tuxedo Mask. A Moon Star is Born 2.

So You Want to be a Superstar 5. Fight to the finish 11.

Match Point for Sailor Moon 12. Who is that Masked Man? Worth a Princess's Ransom. A Friend In Wolf's Clothing 21. Jupiter Comes Thundering In 22.

The Power of Friendship 23. Mercury's Mental Match 24. Sailor V Makes the Scene 30. The Return of Sailor Moon 42. So You Want to be in Pictures.

Season 1 - Sailor Moon (UNCUT, Japanese). Japanese 2.0 AC3 Surround. Crybaby Usagi's Magnificient Transformation 2. The Hosue of Fortune is the Monster Mansion 3. Mysterious Sleeping Illness, Protect the Girls' Hearts in Love 4. Usagi Will Teach You How to Lose Weight! Protect the Melody of Love! The Road to Stardom is Tough 8. Is the Genius Girl a Monster? Watch Out for the Rushing Clocks 10. Fire Warrior Mars Appears 11. A Nightmare in Dreamland 12. I Want a Boyfriend, Too!

The End of Jadeite 14. Nephrite's Evil Crest 15. Rei's First Date 16. Dream of a White Dress!

Usagi Becomes a Bride 17. The Focus of the Monster Camera 18. Tuxedo Mask's Love Letter 20. And a Ghost, Too 21. Protect the Children's Dreams! Friendship Linked by Anime 22. Usagi's First Kiss 23. Wish Upon a Shooting Star! Nephrite Dies For Love 25. Jupiter, the Brawny Girl in Love 26. Bring a Smile to Naru's Smile!

A Boy Who Can Predict the Future 28. Are Usagi and Mamoru Getting Closer?

Grandpa Goes Crazy, Rei's in Jeopardy 31. Luna's Worst Day Ever 32. I'll Protect Naru 33.

The Last Sailor Warrior, Sailor Venus Appears 34. The Moon Princess Appears 35.

Usagi's and Mamoru's Past. Aim to be a Princess?

Usagi's Weird Training 38. And of Course, a Monster, Too 39.

Usagi's Family Ties 41. I Won't Run From Love Anymore! Ami and Mamoru's Showdown.

Sailor Venus' Past, Minako's Tragic Love 43. Is Usagi Going It Alone? The Sailor Warriors Get Into a Big Fight 44. A Message From the Distant Past 45. The Tragic Final Battle 46.

Season 2 - Sailor Moon R. The series originally aired on TV Asahi between March 6, 1993 and March 12, 1994.

According to the "Memorial Song Box" booklet, one can expand the letter "R" into either "Return" or "Romance". Production for this season took place concurrently with that of the second story-arc (Black Moon) of the manga by Naoko Takeuchi, closely following the story of the manga. Sailor Moon was originally intended to run only one season, but the first became so popular that Toei asked Takeuchi to keep drawing her manga. At first, she struggled with developing another storyline to extend the series. The premise she settled on, introducing the daughter of Sailor Moon from the future, came from her editor, Fumio Osano. Because the production of both manga and anime occurred at the same time, Sailor Moon R begins with a 13-episode sub-arc that does not appear in the manga, created to give Takeuchi time to catch up. This story features the Sailor Senshi regaining their memories and encountering the Makaiju aliens: it has become known as the Makaiju arc (or "Doom Tree" in the English-language dub). The main story arc explores the future of all the Senshi in a utopian city called Crystal Tokyo, ruled over by Neo-Queen Serenity and King Endymion. New characters introduced include Chibiusa, Sailor Pluto, and (in the manga) Diana. The Black Moon Clan, led by Prince Diamond, function as the primary villains.

A Knight to Remember 2. Much Ado About Babysitting 6.

Raye's Day in the Spotlight. Mirror, Mirror on the Wall 9. Trouble Comes Thundering Down 17. The Secret Luna of Luna Sphere 27. Emerald Bakes Up Trouble 28.

No Thanks, Nurse Venus 30. Legend of the Negamoon 35. Birth of the Wicked Lady 37.

Diamond in the Roughed 39. Season 2 - Sailor Moon R (UNCUT, Japanese). The Mysterious Aliens Appear 2. A Sailor Warrior Once Again 3.

For Whom is the White Rose? The Moonlight Knight Appears 4. The Tiara Doesn't Work 5. Mamoru and Usagi's Babysitting Mayhem 8.

The Culture Fest is for Me? Queen Rei Sings With Passion 9. Is Seijuro the Moonlight Knight?

Mako Falls in Love 10. Ann's Snow White Strategy. Usagi is a Target 12. The Lover's Hearts Disagree!

The Angry Doom Tree 13. The Doom Tree's Secret 14. Mysterious Girl from the Sky 15. Mamoru Declares a Break Up.

The Friendship of Sailor Warriors! Women Should Be Strong and Beautiful! Rei's New Killer Move 18.

In Search of the Silver Crystal! Minako and Mako Face Off 20. Clash of the 10 Warriors 22.

A Battle of the Flames of Love! Ami and Berthier Clash 25. The Four Sisters of Sorrow.

The Sailor Warriors are Abducted 27. The Final Battle in Space 28. A Mysterious New Warrior, Sailor Pluto Appears 29. Our Feelings are the Same! Usagi and Mamoru in Love Once Again 31. Venus Minako's Nurse Mayhem. The Evil Animal Kingdom 33. A Grade School in Danger 35. Battle in the Space-Time Corridor 36. Dimande's Dark Ambition 37.

The Birth of Black Lady, the Queen of Darkness 39. Believe in Love and the Future! The Final Battle Between Light and Darkness!

Love Sworn to the Future 42. Usagi and the Girls' Resolve! Prelude to a New Battle. Season 3 - Sailor Moon S.

Season 3 originally aired on TV Asahi between March 19, 1995 and February 25, 1996. The S stands for "Super, " and is pronounced as such in the series' eyecatches. Sailor Moon S is considered one of the darkest story lines in the series, partly due to the villains' ultimate goal of destroying, rather than conquering, all life in the world, as well as ethical themes of sacrifice.

The arc is characterized by the appearance of three new Sailor Senshi: Sailors Uranus, Neptune, and Saturn. It also reintroduces the character of Sailor Pluto and gives her a civilian identity, Setsuna Meioh. In the anime, Chibiusa is seen for the first time in her capacity as Sailor Chibi Moon. The series antagonists are the Death Busters, led by mad scientist Professor Tomoe and the Witches 5. English 2.1 AC3, Japanese 2.1 Surround.

Premonition of World's End? The Rod of Love is Born! Usagi's New Transformation 3. The Secret of Haruka Tenoh 4. The Graceful Genius Michiru 5. Leave it to the Moon for Love Aid 7. Moon and Uranus Join Forces 10.

The Kindness of a Man! Retire from the Sailor Soldier? Glass Shoes for Her Birthday 13. The Arrival of the Tiny Pretty Soldier 15. Chibi Moon's Actions 16.

Mako-Chan's Lost Path 17. The Distant Days of Uranus 18. Art is an Explosion of Love! Chibi-Usa's First Love 19. Usagi's Dance, In Time to a Waliz.

True Identities Revealed to One Another 21. Death of Uranus and Neptune! The Grail's Divine Power! Moon's Double Transformation 23. Who is the True Messiah? Chaos of Light and Darkness 24. A House Full of Evil Presence! The Secret of the Beautiful Girl, Hotaru 25. The Pale Glimmer of a Firefly 27. Sunny Skies After a Storm! A Friendship Dedicated to Hotaru 28. The Battle in a Demonic Dimension! The Sailor Soldier's Bet 30.

Awakening of the Messiah of Silence? Invasion from an Alternate Dimension!

The Mystery of Mugen Academy. A Mystic Flower that Steals Hearts!

The Third Witch, Telulu 33. Ami, a Kind-Hearted Soldier 34. The Awakening of the Messiah of Silence 35.

The Horror of the Approaching Shadow. Saturn and the Messiah 37. Time for Separation of the Destined Stars 38. Strength Lies in the Pure Heart. Season 4 - Sailor Moon SuperS.

Season 4 originally aired on TV Asahi between March 4, 1995, and February 2, 1996. The "SuperS" in the title is pronounced sú? Pazu (as in more than one "super") in the series eyecatches and typeset "SuperS" in its logo. By the time SuperS was released, the original audience of the first season had largely grown out of Sailor Moon franchise.

The story's focus fell on Chibiusa (Rini in the English versions) since it was believed that the new, younger fans of Sailor Moon could more easily identify with her. However, Ikuhara's use of weighty subtexts and fairy tales were not appreciated by the audience. [2] In this season, Chibiusa gains her own cat guardian, Diana; although in the manga, Diana had first appeared in the second story arc. Chibiusa is visited in her dreams by a being called Pegasus who seeks her help in escaping the Dead Moon Circus led by the evil Queen Nehellenia and Zirconia who are searching Earth for him and the Golden Crystal.

The Night Where a Pegasus Flies 2. Protect a Mother's Dream! The New Attack for the Double Moon 4.

The Amazon's Trap 5. A Couple Made for Each Other! Serena (Usagi) and Darien's (Mamoru's) Love 6. A Girl Who Adores A Pegasus 8.

Rini (Chibiusa) and Pegasus 9. Jealousy of Serena (Usagi) the Ninja 10. Invitation Of A Beautiful Fairy 11. Love Riding On The Car Of Dreams 12. Try For The Best Of Japan!

The Worries Of A Beautiful Girl Swordsman. Mina's (Minako's) Grand Two-Timing Plan 15. The Menu of Love to You 16. Time to Believe the Pegasus! The Super Transformations of the Four Soldiers 17.

Amy (Ami), The Girl in the Ocean Breeze 18. Serena's (Usagi's) Ballet. Lita's (Makoto's) Innocence 21. The Trio is Cornered 22. Amazon's Final Stage 23.

The Nightmare From Behind the Mirror 24. Amy's (Ami's) Song of the Heart. Mar's Furious Deadly Attack 26. Mina (Makoto) and Lita's (Minako's) Broken Friendship 28.

Don't Lose your Dreams! The Truth Reflecting Mirror 30. The Handsome Guardian of the Dream World 32.

Rini's (Chibiusa's) Little Rhapsody of Love 33. Dream to be an Adult! The Dark Queen's Evil Approach 35.

The Center of the Darkness: Dead Moon Circus 36. Mini Moon (Chibi Moon) Capture.

Time for the Crystal to Shine! Beautiful Power of Dreams 39. Season 5 - Sailor Stars. Season 5 originally aired on Children's TV Asahi between March 9, 1996 and February 8, 1997.

This season takes as its basis the fifth story arc (Stars) of the manga by Naoko Takeuchi. Given the existing popularity of the series, Toei Animation started adapting Stars into an anime even before Takeuchi had finished the manga. The anime follows the same themes and depicts many of the same characters and events as the manga, but with fewer new characters and some significant divergences, especially towards the end.

Sailor Stars begins with six episodes that re-introduce the previous season's villain, Queen Nehellenia, as well as the four Outer Senshi, who meet her for the first time (they did not appear during the fourth season). These episodes originated as filler to allow Takeuchi time to begin her new story-arc; afterward the season follows the manga. Its plot branches out to introduce new characters and even new Sailor Senshi from other planets, including the Sailor Starlights, Princess Kakyuu, and Chibi Chibi. The primary villain is Sailor Galaxia, queen of an organization called Shadow Galactica, who seeks to rule the galaxy by collecting "true star seeds" (the equivalent of the manga's Sailor Crystals). Of the five story arcs, Sailor Stars is the only one featuring recurring villains of only one gender; all female, because they are all parody-Senshi.

In the anime, it is also the only arc in which all the villains who die are killed by other villains. Movies - Sailor Moon R, Sailor Moon S, Sailor Moon SuperS. Sailor Moon R: The Movie is the first of three theatrically-released Sailor Moon films. When Mamoru was little he gave a rose to a little boy named Fiore. Fiore promised that one day he would bring Mmoru lots of flowers.

Now Fiore has come back to earth but his intentions are not merely to fufil a promise.. Sailor Moon S: The Movie is the second of three theatrically-released film. An unusual snow storm hits Tokyo and the Sailor Senshi discover that an evil snow queen Kaguya, wants to freeze the entire earth. It's up to the Inner Sailor Senshi along with the Outers, to defeat the Queen.

Meanwhile, Luna falls in love with a human astronomer named Kakeru whose girlfriend is an astronaut about to take a space shuttle mission. Kakeru becomes ill and Luna wishes she could be a human to help him. Sailor Moon SuperS: The Movie is the third of three theatrically-released film. Everywhere around the world, the children sleep. Unaware of danger lurking in the shadows. But tonight, a strange darkness floats in the wind. And the children, one by one, begin to disappear.

It seems to be a supernatural force that feeds on their dreams. The evil queen, Badiyanu, and her loyal fairies assist in using the "Black Dream Hole" to swallow the earth.

It is up to Sailor Moon and the Sailor Soldiers to prevent the approaching Darkness. We pledge to answer all inquiries within 24 hours, even on week-ends and holidays. This item is in the category "Movies & TV\DVDs & Blu-ray Discs". The seller is "aniwonder" and is located in this country: CA.

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  1. Season: Complete Series Box Set
  2. Format: DVD
  3. Release Year: 1992
  4. Actor: Terri Hawkes
  5. Country of Manufacture: Canada
  6. Language: English
  7. Movie/TV Title: Sailor Moon (1992 TV series)
  8. Region Code: DVD: 1
  9. Rating: PG
  10. Edition: Collector's Edition, Diamond Edition, Limited Edition
  11. Genre: Animation & Anime
  12. Studio: Animage
  13. DVD Edition Year: 2002
  14. Sub-Genre: Animation/Anime
  15. UPC: 793936711804

Sailor Moon DVD Ultimate Complete Uncut TV Series English+Japanese (50-Disc Set)    Sailor Moon DVD Ultimate Complete Uncut TV Series English+Japanese (50-Disc Set)