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This is a list of films and specials from the anime series Cardcaptor Sakura.

Dubbing History

The two films based on the Cardcaptor Sakura anime series were released in the United States from 2002 to 2003, handled by two different companies.

The first film was released on March 26, 2002 by Nelvana, utilizing the same voice cast and name changes as their much derided dub of the series. However, unlike the series, it was dubbed visually uncut and released in both edited and uncut editions.

The second film was later released on November 18, 2003 by Pioneer Entertainment. This film featured a completely different cast with the dub being produced by Bang Zoom! Entertainment in Los Angeles. Compared to Nelvana's dubs; Bang Zoom's dub was completely uncut and with the original character names left intact. Pioneer also dubbed the theatrical short Leave it to Kero!. Both films are currently licensed by Discotek Media.

Cardcaptor Sakura The Movie


Cardcaptor Sakura The Movie (劇場版 カードキャプターさくら Gekijōban Kādokyaputā Sakura) is an anime film directed by Morio Asaka, produced by Madhouse and written by Nanase Ohkawa. It was the first film based on the Cardcaptor Sakura manga and anime by CLAMP. The film was released in Japan on August 21, 1999. The film was released in North America on March 26, 2002.

Synopsis

Sakura wins a trip to Hong Kong. Even though she is extremely lucky, Kero questions whether Sakura was merely called to Hong Kong for a specific reason. As Sakura visits the local sites in Hong Kong, strange occurrences happen to her. When two strange birds lead Sakura to a phantom world, she learns that she really was called to come to Hong Kong by a woman who wants revenge on Clow Reed.

Cast

Image Character Original Name Seiyū Dub Actor
Sakura Kinomoto Movie1.jpg Sakura Avalon Sakura Kinomoto Sakura Tange Carly McKillip
Shaoran Li Movie1.jpg Li Showron Shaoran Li Motoko Kumai Rhys Huber
Kero Movie1.jpg Kero Aya Hisakawa Matt Hill
Tomoyo Daidoji Movie1.jpg Madison Taylor Tomoyo Daidōji Junko Iwao Maggie Blue O'Hara
Toya Kinomoto Movie1.jpg Tori Avalon Tōya Kinomoto Tomokazu Seki Tony Sampson
Yukito Tsukishiro Movie1.jpg Julian Star Yukito Tsukishiro / Yue Megumi Ogata Samuel Vincent
Meilin Li Movie1.jpg Meilin Rae Meilin Li Yukana Nogami Nicole Oliver
Madoshi Movie1.jpg Sorceress Madoshi Megumi Hayashibara
Yelan Li Movie1.jpg Li's Mother Yelan Li Kikuko Inoue Stevie Vallance
Fudie Li Movie1.jpg Li's Sisters Fudie Li Yuriko Yamaguchi
Shiefa Li Movie1.jpg Shiefa Li Chiyako Shibahara
Fanren Li Movie1.jpg Fanren Li Rika Wakusawa
Feimei Li Movie1.jpg Feimei Li Sachiko Sugawara
Maki Matsumoto Movie1.jpg Maggie Maki Matsumoto Kotono Mitsuishi Nicole Oliver
Yoshiyuki Terada Movie1.jpg Mr. Terada Yoshiyuki Terada Tōru Furusawa Brian Drummond
Fujitaka Kinomoto Movie1.jpg Aiden Avalon Fujitaka Kinomoto Hideyuki Tanaka
Clow Reed Movie1.jpg Clow Reed Kazuo Hayashi Dale Wilson

Transmission

Date(s) Channel Country
2002 Teletoon Canada Canada

Video Releases

Distributor Year Format Region Country
Geneon Entertainment 2002 VHS.jpg NTSC United States United States
DVD.jpg 1
NTSC
Phase 4 Films 2003 Canada Canada
Discotek Media 2014 BD A
DVB-T
United States United States

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Cardcaptor Sakura The Movie 2: The Sealed Card


Cardcaptor Sakura The Movie 2: The Sealed Card (劇場版 カードキャプターさくら 封印されたカード Gekijōban Kādokyaputā Sakura Fūin Sareta Kādo) is the second film based on the anime and manga Cardcaptor Sakura by CLAMP. The film closes the story of the Cardcaptor Sakura anime, leaving clear the relationship between Sakura Kinomoto and Shaoran Li.

Synopsis

All of the Clow Cards have been captured, and Sakura Kinomoto, the new Master of the Cards, is preparing to play the lead in the play for the town festival. However, a new evil force is causing mysterious events all over Tomoeda, including the disappearance of Sakura's cards. With Syaoran's help, Sakura must figure out the cause of these events, and save her town.

Cast

Image Character Seiyū Dub Actor
Sakura Kinomoto Movie.png Sakura Kinomoto Sakura Tange Kari Wahlgren
Shaoran Li Movie.png Shaoran Li Motoko Kumai Mona Marshall
Kero Movie.png Kero / Kerberos Aya Hisakawa Wendee Lee
Kerberos.png Masaya Onosaka Dave Wittenberg
Tomoyo Daidoji Movie.png Tomoyo Daidōji Junko Iwao Michelle Ruff
Touya Kinomoto Movie.png Tōya Kinomoto Tomokazu Seki Kirk Thornton
Yukito Tsukishiro Movie.png Yukito Tsukishiro / Yue Megumi Ogata Steve Staley
Yue Movie.png
Meilin Li Movie.png Meilin Li Yukana Nogami Julie Maddalena
Nothing Card Movie.png Nothing Card Maaya Sakamoto Lia Sargent
Kaho Mizuki Movie.png Kaho Mizuki Emi Shinohara Philece Sampler
Rika Sasaki Movie.png Rika Sasaki Tomoko Kawakami Dina Sherman
Naoko Yanagizawa Movie.png Naoko Yanagizawa Emi Motoi Sherry Lynn
Chiharu Mihara Movie.png Chiharu Mihara Miwa Matsumoto Dorothy Elias-Fahn
Eriol Hiragizawa Movie.png Eriol Hiragizawa Nozomu Sasaki Johnny Yong Bosch
Yamazaki Movie.png Takashi Yamazaki Issei Miyazaki Joshua Seth
Yoshiyuki Terada Movie.png Yoshiyuki Terada Katsuyuki Konishi Steve Blum
Fujitaka Kinomoto Movie.png Fujitaka Kinomoto Hideyuki Tanaka Michael McConnohie
Sonomi Daidoji Movie.png Sonomi Daidōji Miki Itō Wendee Lee

Video Releases

Distributor Year Format Region Country
Geneon Entertainment 2003 DVD.jpg 1
NTSC
United States United States
Discotek Media 2018 BD A
DVB-T

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Specials

Leave it to Kero!


Leave it to Kero! (ケロちゃん に おまかせ Kero-chan ni Omakase!) is a ten-minute comic short film directed by Masayuki Kojima and entitled "The Kero Section", was added at the end of the second film.

Synopsis

Kero and Spinel share a plate of takoyaki and get into a fight over who gets the last piece, and in the process send it flying out the window. They both chase the takoyaki, and each other, in a mighty effort to be the "takoyaki captor".

Cast

Image Character Seiyū Dub Actor
SCCSKKero.png Kero Aya Hisakawa Wendee Lee
SCCSKSpinel.png Spinel Yumi Tōma Philece Sampler
SCCSKSakura.png Sakura Kinomoto Sakura Tange Kari Wahlgren
SCCSKShaoran.png Shaoran Li Motoko Kumai Mona Marshall
SCCSKTomoyo.png Tomoyo Daidōji Junko Iwao Michelle Ruff
SCCSKMeilin.png Meilin Li Yukana Nogami Julie Maddalena
SCCSKEriol.png Eriol Hiragisawa Nozomu Sasaki Johnny Yong Bosch
SCCSKChiharu.png Chiharu Mihara Miwa Matsumoto Dorothy Elias-Fahn
SCCSKYamasaki.png Takashi Yamazaki Issei Miyazaki Joshua Seth
Additional Voices

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