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Magic Knight Rayearth (魔法騎士レイアース Mahō Kishi Rayearth) is a Japanese anime series based on the manga series created by the artist group CLAMP. Produced by Tokyo Movie Shinsha (TMS Entertainment), the series originally aired in Japan from October 17, 1994 to November 27, 1995.

Cast

Image Character Seiyū Dub Actor Season
Main Characters
Hikaru Shindo.png Hikaru Shidō Hekiru Shiina Julie Maddalena 1-2
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Umi Ryuzaki.png Umi Ryûzaki Konami Yoshida Wendee Lee 1-2
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Fuu Houoji2.png Fuû Hōuōji Hiroko Kasahara Bridget Hoffman 1-2
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Allies
Emeraude.png Princess Esmeraude Megumi Ogata Wendee Lee 1
Emeraude spirit.png 2
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Doshi Cleff.png Dōshi Cleff Nozomu Sasaki Steve Staley 1-2
Presea.png Presea Emi Shinohara Mari Devon 1
Presea2.png Sierra 2
Ferio.png Ferio Takumi Yamazaki Terrence Stone 1
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Ferio young.png Yumi Tōma
(child)
Brianne Siddall
(child)
1
Mokona.png Mokona Yuri Shiratori Kaeko Sakamoto 1-2
Mashin Rayearth.png Rayearth Hideyuki Tanaka Lex Lang 1-2
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Mashin Ceres.png Selece Tesshō Genda Terrence Stone 1-2
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Mashin Windom.png Windam Akio Ōtsuka Lex Lang 1-2
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Ascot child.png Ascot Minami Takayama Mona Marshall 1
Ascot young.png 2
Caldina.png Caldina Yūko Nagashima Lenore Zann 1
Caldina Second Season.png 2
Lafarga.png Lafarga Yukimasa Kishino Bob Papenbrook 1-2
Lantis.png Lantis Jūrōta Kosugi Lex Lang 2
Primera.png Primera Yuri Shiratori Rebecca Forstadt 2
Enemies
Zagato.png Zagato Jūrōta Kosugi Lex Lang 1
Inouva.png Inouva Ryōtarō Okiayu Terrence Stone 1
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Alcyone.png Alcyone Yuri Amano Barbara Goodson 1-2
Debonair.png Debonair Atsuko Takahata Melodee Spevack 2
Nova3.png Nova Miki Itō Dorothy Elias-Fahn 2
Recurring Characters
Kingdom of Autozam
Eagle.png Eagle Vision Megumi Ogata Jerry Gelb 2
Geo Metro.png Geō Metro Kiyoyuki Yanada Doug Stone 2
Zaz.png Zaz Torque Junichi Kanemaru Brianne Siddall 2
Kingdom of Fahren
Aska.png Lady Aska Chinami Nishimura Sandy Fox 2
Sang Yung.png Sang Yung Satomi Kōrogi Barbara Goodson 2
Chang Ang.png Chang Ang Kōhei Miyauchi (eps. 26-30)
Takkō Ishimori (rest)
Milton James 2
Kingdom of Siseta
Tarta.png Tarta Aya Hisakawa Melissa Fahn 2
Tatra.png Tatra Kikuko Inoue 2
Other Characters
Mira.png Mira Yuka Imai Wendee Lee 1
Mona Marshall 2
Sera.png Sera Satomi Kōrogi Michelle Ruff 1
Umi's Father.png Umi's Father (ep. 21) Kaneto Shiozawa Ezra Weisz 2
Umi's Mother.png Umi's Mother (ep. 21) Miki Itō Mona Marshall 2
Satoru2.png Satoru Shidō (ep. 21) Nobuo Tobita Lex Lang 2
Masaru.png Masaru Shidō (ep. 21) Isshin Chiba Derek Stephen Prince 2
Kakeru Shido.png Kakeru Shidō (ep. 21) Masami Kikuchi Ezra Weisz 2
Kuu Houoji.png Kuû Hōuōji (ep. 21) Yūko Kobayashi Dorothy Elias-Fahn 2
Magic Knight Rayearth logo2.png Narration Saeko Shimazu Penelope Price 1-2

Additional Voices

Music

  • Opening: "The Unyielding Wish"
Interpreted by: Sandy Fox
  • Closing: "The Courage for Tomorrow"
Interpreted by: Sandy Fox

Notes

  • A test pilot dub was produced by TMS and Ocean Productions at some point in the 1990's in an attempt to market the series worldwide. This dub included mandated specific localized character names, which were also used in the Latin American Spanish Dub (Hikaru is renamed Luce, Umi is renamed Marine, and Fuu is renamed Anemone). This dub featured a new opening theme song, which would later be re-used by Ocean in the soundtrack for the Westwood dub of Dragon Ball Z. This pilot was heavily criticized by fans who had the chance of seeing it screened at conventions, as well as by those who had worked on the English adaptation of the Rayearth video game. This test dub would eventually be included as a special feature on Discotek's DVD and Blu-Ray release.
    • The lone known voice actor for Ocean's dub is Venus Terzo, who voices Hikaru/Luce.
  • Another dub reportedly exists, produced by the New York-based company Summit Media Group.[1] This dub was pitched to networks such as Fox Kids, and there were hopes to air it in syndication by September 1995. However, due to the lack of interest or buyers, this adaptation fell through and was shelved.

Video Releases

Distributor Year Format Content Region Country
Media Blasters 1999-2000 VHS.jpg The Complete Series NTSC United States United States
12 Volumes
2000-2001 DVD.jpg The Complete Series 1
NTSC
2 Volumes
2001-2003 The Complete Series
12 Volumes
2005 The Complete Series
2 Volumes
2006 The Complete Series
12 Discs
2009-2010 The Complete Series
2 Volumes
Discotek Media 2017 The Complete Series
10 Discs
BD The Complete Series A
DVB-T
6 Discs

See Also

  • Rayearth
  • Magic Knight Rayearth (video game)

References

External Links

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