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Product Details

  • Actors: Jill Frappier, Susan Roman, Katie Griffin, Ron Rubin, Vince Corazza
  • Directors: Jun'ichi Satô
  • Writers: Phil Harnage, Todd Swift
  • Producers: Andy Heyward, Nicole Thuault
  • Format: Animated, Color, Subtitled, THX, NTSC
  • Language: English, French
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Geneon [Pioneer]
  • DVD Release Date: January 6, 2004
  • Run Time: 165 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (70 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00012QLV4
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #119,260 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Sailor Moon S TV Series - Heart Collection 1 (Geneon Signature Series)" on IMDb

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Editorial Reviews

High school entrance exams are approaching, and Serena and her friends Amy, Raye, Lita, and Mina (Usagi, Ami, Rei, Makoto, and Minako in Japanese) need to study--especially Serena, whose grades have never been good. But Serena is easily distracted. Whe

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Humdip Singh
This DVD is a definite good buy,what with the original japanese version and subtitles still in.
"hira-chan"
Sailor Moon gets a new power from her love for Momoru.
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By shishkabibble on April 17, 2001
Format: DVD
Since Cartoon Network stopped airing Sailor Moon on May 3rd, this is the only current way to watch Sailor Moon S until they decide to bring it back! Also, if these DVD's sell well, Sailor Stars, the last current season of Sailor Moon, could come to America. But only if these sell well, because the Japanese company that owns the rights are selling it at a cost too high for it not to sell in America.
This DVD contains the 1st 7 episodes of Sailor Moon S. They each keep their original name and are uncut! It also contains extra bonus features. They are: a double sided reversible cover, English and Japanese language tracks, subtitles in english taken directly from the Japanese script, the opening credits without text, and a biography on Sailor Moon/Usagi/Serena. (In Japan, Serenas name is Usagi.) The episodes are as follows:
1. "Premonition of World's End? Mysterious New Warriors!" ("Star Struck, Bad Luck" in the American Series) in wich Rei has a vision of the world becomeing silenced. We are introduced to Professor (Doctor) Tomoe and his assistant, Kaorinite and learn that they are after 3 special heart crystals that will destroy Earth. They send a Diamohn (a demon) to steal Rei's (Ray's) pure heart crystal. When the scouts can't defeat it and all hope seems lost, two mysterious girls dressed as sailor soldiers appear and defeat the diamohn. But are they friend or foe?
2. "The Rod of Love is Born! Usagi's New Transformation" ("Crystal Clear Again" in America) in wich Momoru (Darien) takes Usagi to an abandoned house where stray kittens live. They meet a young girl whos trying to find homes for the kittens. When the little girls puzzle turns into a diamohn, the senshi (scouts/soldiers) come to the rescue. But they can't defeat it.
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89 of 105 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on December 1, 2000
Format: DVD
I'm one of the lucky few who has seen the Japanese anime of Sailor
Moon S prior to release, and I have to say I love it ^_^. However,
I'm over 18 and I don't have children. I make this point because the
Japanese version of SM contains themes which Cartoon Network (etc.)
were careful to avoid in the dubbed translation. Again we see the
Sailor Senshi share battles & friendship, learn morals, besides
prep hard for High School entrance exams. HOWEVER, SM-S also brings
in the addition of Uranus and Neptune who in the U.S. series are
cousins, but in the Japanese series are lovers. Lesbian themes play
out time and again during the first half of the S series, and also
attractions are hinted at between the two new scouts and some of the
first five. Very young kids probably won't get what's going on, since
no one ever uses the terms "homosexual" or
"lesbian," however any child over 9 (younger if they're
bright or world wise) probably will get it. On the flip side, if
you're one of the parents who's wanted a teaching tool to help explain
about homosexuality, or looking for role models along those lines,
this really is the video for you (well, until SM-Sailor Stars comes
out, anyway -_^).

Of course, if these themes don't bother
you, it is one of the best series of the Sailor Moon story. The
animations is much improved from the first series and SM-R, the
Japanese plot is hangs together much more solid than the English,
scripts are wonderful, and you will be totally drawn into the new
fantasy & enchanted by the final four senshi for our solar system
^_^.
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Brett Schwab on February 2, 2001
Format: DVD
Sailor Moon is amongst the best in shoujo animation. When you think of shoujo anime, you automatically think Sailor Moon. I mean, really, Sailor Moon is what introduced me to anime along with over half of America. Sailor Moon has many powerful and emotional scenes, certainly over the heads of younger children. However, it's still a wonderful anime made for young and old alike. Sailor Moon S is my favorite season and will forever remain my favorite. You have to see it in it's original Japanese format or you won't get the best of it. The dubbed version is just awful, and I mean awful! The American voices don't cut it. They just don't bring out the characters like the original Japanese cast. Its most redeeming characters are Michiru and Haruka, and yes, they are lesbians. The love they display on screen is just amazing. I guess it really goes to show you can fall in love with anyone from any sex. Love has no boundaries. The creator of Sailor Moon even verified that they were a lesbian couple. Watch the uncut version with an open mind and you might find the real beauty in Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Mr. P. Reuben on May 18, 2001
Format: DVD
Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon is many things. It's a story about an ordinary girl who finds out that she used to a be a princess, and that the sarcastic guy she always used to bump into is her prince. It's a story about some teenage girls who are friends but argue a hell of a lot. It's a story about some superheroes who transform with cheesy (but very catchy) disco music playing in the background. Okay, so it's more of some of those things than of others, but it's still a great show overall :]
This is Sailor Moon S, the third series. Many consider this to be the best series out of the 5. I've only seen the episodes on the first 2 DVDs, so I can't say, but what I've seen so far looks pretty good. And this DVD is incredible value for money - you get the uncut subtitled version (my preference but not necessarily everyone's) plus the uncut dub (which has nothing actually cut but is still heavily rewritten in many episodes - not to say that the dub isn't still good in its own right, especially since it uses the original music) of the first 7 episodes. That's 4 VHS tapes on 1 DVD! You also get a pretty cool extra (a karaoke creditless version of the opening) plus a less cool but still interesting extra (a biography and art gallery of Usagi). The video and sound quality aren't exactly brilliant, but that's to be expected for a fairly old show (the zooming problem many fans have complained about is fixed as of half way through disc 2, and even before that it's not too noticeable).
The cover art for this series is amazing - probably the best DVD cover art I've seen (the second one's even better, but the first one's still really nice), and if you don't like the one on the front you can turn the insert round to reveal a different cover (with Mercury and Jupiter)!
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