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Sailor Moon S - Heart Collection II: TV Series, (Vols. 3 & 4- Uncut)

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Tuxedo Mask abducted! The heart-snatchers target the sailor Soldiers one by one, but Sailor Moon and her friends manage to thwart them time after time. However, when the evil Professor Tomoe targets Usagi, Tuxedo Mask is captured! To make matters worse, Usagi cannot transform into Sailor Moon and Kaorinite knows her secret identity! Will the other Sailor Soldiers be able to recover Usagi's heart crystal from Kaorinite?


Professor Tomoe continues his campaign to steal the hearts of the pure to gain the power to rule the world. Standing in his way are Serena and her friends Amy, Raye, Lita, and Mina (Usagi, Ami, Rei, Makoto, and Minako in Japanese), the Sailor Scouts. Michiru and the cross-dressing Haruka (Sailors Neptune and Uranus) are seeking the three heart crystals needed to prevent world disaster. Chad, who adores Raye, volleyball star Jamie, who loves Mina, and Serena's Darren/Tuxedo Moon take some heavy abuse from Tomoe's assistant Kaorinite and her shape-shifting demons, although the Scouts save them in the proverbial nick of time. These generally innocuous adventures take a nasty turn in the two-part story that comprises episodes 12 and 13. Haruka is willing to watch Serena die because her heart may contain one of the sought-after crystals. The Scouts destroy Kaorinite on Tokyo Tower, with some help from Haruka and Michiru. But Haruka's icy amorality makes her endorsement of Serena's "if we all work together, no one will have to be sacrificed" rhetoric ring hollow. She seems at least as villainous as Kaorinite--whom Tomoe casually replaces with Yujial, the villain for the next episodes. Episodes: 8. "The Labyrinth of Water! Ami the Targeted," 9. "Save Friends! Moon and Uranus Join Forces," 10. "The Kindness of a Man! Yuichiro, Heartbroken by Rei?" 11. "Retire from the Sailor Soldiers? Minako's Concerns," 12. "Usagi in Terror! Glass Shoes for Her Birthday," 13. "The Pure Heart Stolen! Usagi's Biggest Crisis." Rated 13 and up for violence and brief nudity. Edited editions--which play on the Cartoon Network--are available on video. --Charles Solomon

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  • Actors: Susan Roman, Jill Frappier, Katie Griffin, Ron Rubin, Emilie-Claire Barlow
  • Directors: Jun'ichi Satô
  • Writers: Phil Harnage, Todd Swift
  • Producers: Andy Heyward, Nicole Thuault
  • Format: Animated, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English, French
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Geneon [Pioneer]
  • DVD Release Date: April 10, 2001
  • Run Time: 145 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00005ALM5
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #160,878 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Sailor Moon S - Heart Collection II: TV Series, (Vols. 3 & 4- Uncut)" on IMDb

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By A Customer on March 8, 2001
Sailor Moon is a great anime series. This DVD, containing about 7 episodes uncut dubbed (speaking English) and uncut subbed(speaking Japanese) is an excelent addition to anyone's collection. These episodes continue where the last DVD left off, and conclude with a showdown against Kaorinite. If you're a fan of Sailor Moon, or are just looking for a good DVD, this is the one for you.
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This DVD is full of filler Sailormoon episodes... But with Sailormoon anime, that's what makes the series so interesting!
In this Volume the other Senshi besides Sailormoon get their day in the spotlight. For example; In the first episode Ami has second thoughts about being such a dedicated student, and ironically she is the next target for the Death Busters. In episode two Sailormoon and Uranus learn to tolerate each other when they are hooked together (not by choice). Episode three gives Rei her day when Yuichiro (Chad in the dub) thinks that she is seeing another man (who is actually Haruka). Minako is the title character of Episode four, when she considers dropping being a Senshi after thinking about all she is missing out in life. The last two episodes are parts one and two of a storyline involving Usagi, glass slippers, and her pure heart. Kaolinite and the Sailor Senshi have a final show down at the end of this disc!
Overall, the story doesn't really go anywhere until the final two episodes on this disc. But what is accomplished in the end is a big jump from where the story is in the beginning of the disc (even if it does happen in the last ten minutes).... But, if you're looking for more time focused on that favorite Sailor Senshi you may have, or if you want romance and hilarious comedy, this volume definitely dishes it out.
All in all, this is a good buy for any avid Sailormoon fan. Although I prefer the episodes contained on the next volume (volume three), because it has some of the most comedic Sailormoon episodes ever.
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This dvd has a really cool episodes! One of them is when Minako (Mina) dresses up as Sailor Moon in order to save her. Also, there are 2 episodes just about Rei and Minako, each telling their love stories. The first episode is about Ami and includes Sailor Neptune in a swimming suit with her hair tied back - very pretty. There is also an episode with Sailor Moon and Uranus - will they ever discover their true identities? The DVD has extras which includes Sailor Jupiter's gallery and info. Also you have an option of watching it in English or subtitled. The cover can be changed (it has two sides that can be switched) and the dvd itself has a very pretty picture of Mina. And dont forget - its 145min! That's 6 episodes!
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Presumably you're only going to buy this disc if you've already got the first one, since starting in the middle of a series like this that's only semi-episodic wouldn't make sense. Well, to be honest, it's as simple as this: If you liked the first volume, buy this. If you didn't, don't. It's essentially more of the same, and there are only two non-filler episodes (although one of the others advances the plot a tiny bit). In total there are six episodes - one less than on the last disc, but still amazing value for money with the uncut subs and dubs of episodes that are spread across two VHS tapes.
Speaking of the dub, only one of the episodes on this disc is an inaccurate dub, although that one really is awful (it's the infamous episode where they tried to cover up homosexual themes by adding them). So, although I prefer the original, if you want to watch the dub you don't have *too* much to worry about in this case.
Now onto the actual quality of the disc. It's a fairly old show, and the Japanese aren't exactly famed for keeping their masters in good condition, so you'd expect it to be quite grainy, and of course it is. Also the sound is in mono and is quite scratchy in parts. But in all honesty, since this is DVD, this is the best Sailor Moon's ever looked or sounded (sad as that may seem), and neither of these things take away from the show itself. Also, from the fourth episode on this disc the 'zooming' problem many fans had reported is gone (and the colours look a lot brighter too for some reason). The wrong opening is still used and the previews are still gone, but annoying as both those things are they don't make the show less enjoyable.
The Sailor Jupiter animated menus are quite nice, although I did like the Sailor Moon ones on the first disc better.
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The english version was okay, but the uncut versions are the BEST!!!! This is Labyrinth+Birthday blues and double moon action! In labyrinth are very violent episodes that got edited to death. Alot got cut out if you compiar the two together. In birthday blues, it was quite simalar to the original version, accept alot of more violence. In the one where Minako see's Jamie again Artimis didn't ask to go out with her. He said "felling left out" and he tossed her the roses. In birthday blues part 1, there was no 'Cinderella' talk involved. She just wanted the slippers beacause they looked classy. Also when Senishenta grabed her locket, she said "Moon Cozmic Power! Ma" then senishenta knocked her locket away. In the english version, She said "Moon Cozmic Power" and nothing happened. She was still moving her mouth when it was knocked out. Well, now pioneer is dubbing Sailor Moon insted of DiC so the episodes will be a little better in english verion. In the second part, Not much was cut out except for "Moon chain encircle". It was "Love-Me Moon chain". Then, They didn't show Kaorite's dead body, and the black star showed and she revived.The english version was okay (3/5 stars), but the uncut version ROCKED!!!!!
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