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Sailor Moon - The Man in the Tuxedo Mask

Animation movie directed by Junichi Sato

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great episodes

  • Aug 11, 2002
The enchanting story of SAILOR MOON continues in this third volume of episodes from the first series.

Serena and Raye find themselves competing against each other to win a honeymoon trip to Hawaii in "Wedding Day Blues". Serena's friendship with a photographer leads to deadly complications in "Shutter Bugged". Sammy finds himself on the outer after smashing his friend's doll in "Dangerous Dollies". Molly's infatuation with the disguised Neflyte's alter-ego Maxfield Stanton almost kills her in "Who Is That Masked Man?". Animation school student Laurey finds herself a target of the Negaverse in "An Animated Mess" and in "Worth A Princess's Ransom", Luna and the girls attend the ball held in honor of the visiting Princess Diamond, convinced that it might be the elusive Moon Princess that they have been searching for.

Some fantastic episodes. Featuring the voice talents of Terri Hawkes and Mary Long.

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From enchanted cameras to dangerous dollies, the evil forces of the Negaverse will stop at nothing in their efforts to aid Queen Beryl in her plans to conquer the Earth! But when they send a fake Tuxedo Mask to do their dirty work, they make a crucial mistake... because the real Tuxedo Mask doesn't like being imitated! Sailor Moon and her friends have their hands full in the third spectacular collection of Sailor Moon on DVD.
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Director: Junichi Sato
Genre: Animation
Screen Writer: Phil Harnage, Todd Swift
DVD Release Date: June 11, 2002
Runtime: 135 minutes
Studio: Adv Films
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