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Leda: The Fantastic Adventure of Yohko (幻夢戦記レダ Genmu Senki Leda) is a direct-to-video anime film released in Japan on March 1, 1985.

An English dub was produced by Toho International Co., Ltd. of Japan and would later see release on VHS by The Right Stuf International, Inc.

Synopsis

Yoko Asagiri is in love, but is afraid to confess her feelings so she writes a song to express her feelings. Much to her dismay, the love song she wrote acted as a bridge connecting the world in which she lived in to that of Earth's alternate world called "Ashanti." There, the ruler of that world wants her song so that he could use it to open a doorway to Yoko's world and conquer it with his armies. Using the artifacts left behind by the legendary warrior Leda who prophesized her arrival, Yoko and her newfound friends must stop the tyrant's ambition and return both worlds to their proper place and balance.

Cast

Leda_The_Fantastic_Adventure_of_Yohko_-_Toho_International_sales_promo_(1985)

Leda The Fantastic Adventure of Yohko - Toho International sales promo (1985)

International sales promo by Toho

Image Character Seiyū Dub Actor
Leda Yohko.jpg Yoko Asagiri Hiromi Tsuru Elizabeth Oram
Leda Yoni.jpg Yoni Chika Sakamoto ¿?
Leda Ringam.jpg Ringam Kei Tomiyama Matthew Oram
Leda Zell.jpg Zell Shūichi Ikeda Barry Haigh

Notes

  • The dub uses the term "bobby soxer"; an outdated term for an adolescent girl originating in the 1940's.
  • Yohko is played by a different actress in the international sales promo, who’s name is unknown.

Video Releases

Distributor Year Format Region Country
The Right Stuf International, Inc. 1997 VHS.jpg NTSC United States United States

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