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This is a list of the films for the anime series Sailor Moon.

Dubbing History

The films were originally dubbed for Pioneer Entertainment, by Optimum Productions, using the cast originally used for DiC Entertainment's dub of Seasons 1-2. In a stark contrast to DiC's dub, the films were dubbed uncut, and with the original soundtrack. Pioneer similarly commissioned uncut dubs of the first 3 Dragon Ball Z films. Edited versions were edited alongside, using the original DiC music from the series, which were seen on VHS and television. The dubs were later released on uncut bilingual DVD from February 8, 2000 to August 15, 2000.

The films would later be redubbed by Viz Media, using their cast, and featured the original shorts that preceded the films. Sailor Moon R: The Movie was released in American theaters on January 13, 2017, and released on Blu-Ray and DVD on April 18, 2017. The other two films were released on July 30, 2018 and August 4, 2018.[1]

Sailor Moon R: The Promise of the Rose

Sailor Moon R: The Promise of the Rose (劇場版 美少女戦士セーラームーンR, Gekijōban Bishōjo Senshi Sērā Mūn R) is the first movie in the anime series Sailor Moon. The film originally debuted in Japanese theaters on December 5, 1993.

Synopsis

Fiore, an old friend from Mamoru's lonely childhood who couldn't survive on Earth, returns with flowers he promised Mamoru. But, the evil flower Kisenian overpowered Fiore's weak mind and manipulated him into spreading Kisenian's seeds over Earth in an effort to drain energy from everyone on Earth. Kisenian manages to do this because he's deceived Fiore using Fiore's long-lost friendship with Mamoru. It is up to Sailor Moon and the Sailor Senshi to stop Kisenian.

 

Cast

Image Character Seiyū Pioneer Dub Viz Media Dub
SMRMUsagiTsukino.png Usagi Tsukino
(Serena Tsukino) /
Sailor Moon /
Princess Serenity
Kotono Mitsuishi Terri Hawkes Stephanie Sheh
SMRMSailorMoon.png
SMRMFPrincessSerenity.png
SMRMUsagiTsukinoyoung.png
SMRMAmiMizuno.png Ami Mizuno
(Amy Mizuno) /
Sailor Mercury
Aya Hisakawa Karen Bernstein Kate Higgins
SMRMSailorMercury.png
SMRMReiHino.png Rei Hino
(Raye Hino) /
Sailor Mars
Michie Tomizawa Katie Griffin Cristina Valenzuela
SMRMSailorMars.png
SMRMMakotoKino.png Makoto Kino(Lita Kino) /
Sailor Jupiter

Emi Shinohara Susan Roman Amanda Celine Miller
SMRMSailorJupiter.png
SMRMMinakoAino.png Minako Aino
(Mina Aino) /
Sailor Venus
Rika Fukami Stephanie Morgenstern Cherami Leigh
SMRMSailorVenus.png
SMRMMamoruChiba.png Mamoru Chiba
(Darien Chiba) /
Tuxedo Mask /
Prince Endymion
Tōru Furuya Vincent Corazza Robbie Daymond
SMRMTuxedoMask.png
SMRMFPrinceEndymion.png
SMRMMamoruChibaYoung.png Megumi Ogata
(young)
Julie Lemieux
SMRMLuna.png Luna Keiko Han Jill Frappier Michelle Ruff
SMRMArtemis.png Artemis Yasuhiro Takato Ron Rubin Johnny Yong Bosch
SMRMChibiusa.png Chibiusa
(Rini)
Kae Araki Tracey Hoyt Sandy Fox
SMRMFiore.png Fiore Hikaru Midorikawa Steven Bednarski Benjamin Diskin
SMRMFioreM.png
SMRMFioreM1.png
SMRMFioreYoung.png Tomoko Maruo
(young)
Nadine Rabinovitch
SMRMFioreMYoung.png
SMRMXenianFlower.png Xenian Flower
(Kisenian Blossom)
Yumi Tōma Catherine Disher Carrie Keranen
SMRMCampanula.png Campanula Hiromi Nishikawa ¿? ¿?
SMRMTVNewscaster.png TV Newcaster Mahito Ōba Christopher Marren Robbie Daymond
SMRMDoctor.png Doctor ¿? Tony Daniels Matthew Mercer
SMRMGlycina.png Glycina Wakana Yamazaki ¿? ¿?

Additional Voices

Pioneer Dub

Notes

  • In Pioneer's edited English dub, the song "Moon Revenge" was originally replaced with "The Power of Love", performed by Jennifer Cihi, though the original song was restored for the unedited DVD release.

Video Releases

Distributor Year Format Dub Region Country
Pioneer Entertainment 1999 VHS.jpg Pioneer NTSC United States United States
2000 DVD.jpg 1
NTSC
2001*
2004
Viz Media 2017 Viz
BD A
DVB-T

*released in pack with Hearts in Ice and Black Dream Hole

Transmission

Date(s) Channel Country
2000 YTV Canada Canada
2001 Cartoon Network
(Toonami)
United States United States

Sailor Moon S: Hearts in Ice

Sailor Moon S: Hearts in Ice (劇場版 美少女戦士セーラームーンS, Gekijouhan Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon S) is the second movie in the anime series Sailor Moon. The film originally debuted in Japanese theaters on December 4, 1994.

Synopsis

An unusual snow storm hits the town and the Sailor Scouts discover that an evil snow queen Kaguya, wants to freeze the entire earth. It's up to the Inner Sailor Scouts 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.

 

Cast

Image Character Seiyū Pioneer Dub Viz Media Dub[2]
SMSMUsagiTsukino.png Usagi Tsukino
(Serena Tsukino) /
Sailor Moon
Kotono Mitsuishi Terri Hawkes Stephanie Sheh
SMSMSailorMoon.png
SMSMSailorMoon1.png
SMSMLuna.png Luna
"Princess Kaguya"
Keiko Han Jill Frappier Michelle Ruff
SMSMPrincessKaguya.png
SMSMAmiMizuno.png Ami Mizuno
(Amy Mizuno) /
Sailor Mercury
Aya Hisakawa Karen Bernstein Kate Higgins
SMSMSailorMercury.png
SMSMReiHino.png Rei Hino
(Raye Hino) /
Sailor Mars
Michie Tomizawa Katie Griffin Cristina Valenzuela
SMSMSailorMars.png
SMSMMakotoKino.png Makoto Kino
(Lita Kino) /
Sailor Jupiter
Emi Shinohara Susan Roman Amanda Celine Miller
SMSMSailorJupiter.png
SMSMMinakoAino.png Minako Aino
(Mina Aino) /
Sailor Venus
Rika Fukami Stephanie Morgenstern Cherami Leigh
SMSMSailorVenus.png
SMSMMamoruChiba.png Mamoru Chiba
(Darien Chiba) /
Tuxedo Mask
Tōru Furuya Vincent Corazza Robbie Daymond
SMSMTuxedoMask.png
SMSMChibiusa.png Chibiusa
(Rini) /
Sailor Chibi-Moon
Kae Araki Tracey Hoyt Sandy Fox
SMSMSailorChibiMoon.png
SMSMHarukaTenoh.png Haruka Tenoh
(Amara Tenoh) /
Sailor Uranus
Megumi Ogata Sarah Lafleur Erica Mendez
SMSMSailorUranus.png
SMSMMichiruKaioh.png Michiru Kaioh
(Michelle Kaioh) /
Sailor Neptune
Masako Katsuki Barbara Radecki Lauren Landa
SMSMSailorNeptune.png
SMSMSetsunaMeioh.png Setsuna Meioh
(Trista Meioh) /
Sailor Pluto
Chiyoko Kawashima Sabrina Grdevich Veronica Taylor
SMSMSailorPluto.png
SMSMArtemis.png Artemis Yasuhiro Takato Ron Rubin Johnny Yong Bosch
SMSMPrincessSnowKaguya.png Princess Snow Kaguya Eiko Masuyama ¿? Melissa Fahn
SMSMKakeruOozora.png Kakeru Oozora Masami Kikuchi Jeff Lumby Chris Hackney
SMSMHimekoNayotake.png Himeko Nayotake Megumi Hayashibara Jennifer Gould Eden Riegel
SMSMSnowDancer1.png Snow Dancers Mariko Onodera Esther Thibault
(vocal effects)
¿?
SMSSnowDancer2.png Yūko Nagashima Catherine Disher ¿?
SMSMTVAnnouncer.png TV Announcers Yoshiyuki Kōno Tony Daniels ¿?
¿? Christopher Marren ¿?

Video Releases

Distributor Year Format Dub Region Country
Pioneer Entertainment 2000 VHS.jpg Pioneer NTSC United States United States
DVD.jpg 1
NTSC
2001*
2004
Viz Media 2018 Viz
BD Viz A

DVB-T

*released in pack with The Promise of the Rose and Black Dream Hole

Transmission

Date(s) Channel Country
2000 YTV Canada Canada
2001 Cartoon Network
(Toonami)
United States United States

Sailor Moon Super S: Black Dream Hole

Sailor Moon Super S: Black Dream Hole (劇場版 美少女戦士セーラームーンS, Gekijouhan Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon SuperS) is the third and final movie in the anime series Sailor Moon. The film originally debuted in Japanese theaters on December 23, 1995.

Synopsis

When the Evil Madame Badiane kidnaps Chibiusa, the senshi rush to her rescue with the aid of Chibiusa's new friend, Peruru. After trying to find Chibiusa and fight off Badiane's henchmen to no avail, the three outer senshi (Neptune, Uranus, and Pluto) come to their aid. To rescue Chibiusa before she falls into a permanent dream filled sleep, Usagi must enter the Black Dream hole and save her. With some luck and a lot of effort, Sailor Moon saves Chibiusa, and she transforms to help Usagi.

 

Cast

Image Character Seiyū Pioneer Dub Viz Media Dub[2]
SMSSMUsagiTsukino.png Usagi Tsukino
(Serena Tsukino) /
Sailor Moon
Kotono Mitsuishi Terri Hawkes Stephanie Sheh
SMSSMSailorMoon.png
SMSSMChibiusa.png Chibiusa
(Rini) /
Sailor Chibi-Moon
Kae Araki Tracey Hoyt Sandy Fox
SMSSMSailorChibi-Moon.png
SMSSMAmiMizuno.png Ami Mizuno
(Amy Mizuno) /
Sailor Mercury
Aya Hisakawa Karen Bernstein Kate Higgins
SMSSMSailorMercury.png
SMSSMReiHino.png Rei Hino
(Raye Hino) /
Sailor Mars
Michie Tomizawa Katie Griffin Cristina Valenzuela
SMSSMSailorMars.png
SMSSMMakotoKino.png Makoto Kino
(Lita Kino) /
Sailor Jupiter
Emi Shinohara Susan Roman Amanda Celine Miller
SMSSMSailorJupiter.png
SMSSMMinakoAino.png Minako Aino
(Mina Aino) /
Sailor Venus
Rika Fukami Stephanie Morgenstern Cherami Leigh
SMSSMSailorVenus.png
SMSSMMamoruChiba.png Mamoru Chiba
(Darien Chiba) /
Tuxedo Mask
Tōru Furuya Vincent Corazza Robbie Daymond
SMSSMTuxedoMask.png
SMSSMSailorUranus.png Haruka Tenoh
(Amara Tenoh) /
Sailor Uranus
Megumi Ogata Sarah Lafleur Erica Mendez
SMSSMSailorNeptune.png Michiru Kaioh
(Michelle Kaioh) /
Sailor Neptune
Masako Katsuki Barbara Radecki Lauren Landa
SMSSMSailorPluto.png Setsuna Meioh
(Trista Meioh) /
Sailor Pluto
Chiyoko Kawashima Sabrina Grdevich Veronica Taylor
SMSSMLuna.png Luna Keiko Han Jill Frappier Michelle Ruff
SMSSMArtemis.png Artemis Yasuhiro Takato Ron Rubin Johnny Yong Bosch
SMSSMDiana.png Diana Kumiko Nishihara Naomi Emmerson Debi Derryberry
SMSSMPerle.png Perle
(Peruru)
Chika Sakamoto Julie Lemieux Colleen O'Shaughnessey
SMSSMLadyBadiyanu.png Queen Badiane
(Lady Badiyanu)
Rihoko Yoshida Kirsten Bishop Tara Sands
SMSSMPupulan.png Poupelin
(Pupulan)
Nobuo Tobita Robert Tinkler Kyle McCarley
SMSSMOranja.png Banane
(Bananu)
Nobuhiko Kazama Tony Daniels Benjamin Diskin
SMSSMPananu.png Orangeat
(Oranja)
Kazuya Nakai David Berni Robbie Daymond

Additional Voices

Pioneer Dub

Viz Dub

Video Releases

Distributor Year Format Dub Region Country
Pioneer Entertainment 2000 VHS.jpg Pioneer NTSC United States United States
DVD.jpg 1
NTSC
2001*
2004
Viz Media 2019 Viz
BD Viz A
DVB-T

*released in pack with The Promise of the Rose and Hearts in Ice

Transmission

Date(s) Channel Country
2000 YTV Canada Canada
2001 Cartoon Network
(Toonami)
United States United States
2002

References

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