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Sailor Moon - Sailor Scouts to the Rescue

Animation movie directed by Junichi Sato

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charming Anime

  • Jul 21, 2002
SAILOR MOON is a charming Anime series based on the popular Manga comic books. Follow Serena and her friends as they battle Queen Beryl and her minions from the Negaverse!

Fighting evil is a tough job and even superheroes like Sailor Moon and Sailor Mercury can use a little help from their friends...especially when it is someone you can trust. Get ready for all-new excitement, as Raye discovers that she is Sailor Mars and joins the team. It will take the combined power of all three to defeat the evil being unleashed onto the Earth in this stunning second volume of SAILOR MOON!

Contains the following episodes - "An Uncharmed Life", "Nightmare in Dreamland", "Cruise Blues", "Fight to the Finish", "Match Point for Sailor Moon" and "An Unnatural Phenomena".

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The battle against the evil Queen Beryl and her Negaverse continues as new enemies attack the Sailor Scouts. A dream vacation on a cruise ship becomes a nightmare when Jedite and Titus steal all of the love energy from the passengers! Then the sinister Nephlite uses lies and disguises to trick innocent people into helping Queen Beryl's wicked plans! It will take all three Sailor Scouts to stop Queen Beryl and the forces of evil in the second fantastic volume of Sailor Moon!

Contains 6 great episodes as seen on TV!

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Director: Junichi Sato
Genre: Animation
Screen Writer: Phil Harnage, Todd Swift
DVD Release Date: April 16, 2002
Runtime: 135 minutes
Studio: Adv Films
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