Producers: Toei Animation, TV Asahi, ADV Films, DiC Entertainment

 

Synopsis: Tsukino Usagi is a 14-year old girl in junior high. She doesn’t get good grades, and she is always scolded by her family. However after a bad day, Usagi is surprised to encounter a black cat that can talk! The cat,  whose name is Luna, grants her the power to transform into Sailor Moon, a fighter who is to save the world against the Dark Kingdom.

 

Genres: action, comedy, drama, magic, romance

 

Related manga or light novels:

Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon (Manga)

 

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Air Dates: Mar 7, 1992 to Feb 27, 1993

 

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Episodes 1 - 20

Number of episodes:

Episode 1 – Graceful Change of Crybaby Usagi

Episode 2 – I’ll Punish You! The Fortune House is a Youma’s Mansion

Episode 3 – The Mysterious Sleeping Disease, Protect the Maiden’s Loving Heart

Episode 4 – Usagi Will Teach You! The Way to Get Slim

Episode 5 – The Demonic Scent! Schaneera Steals Love

Episode 6 – Protect the Song of Love! Usagi Plays Cupid

Episode 7 – Usagi’s Hard Lesson! The Way of Stardom is Tough

Episode 8 – Is the Genius Girl a Demon? Brainwashing Cram School

Episode 9 – Usagi’s Misfortune! Beware of the Rushing Clock

Episode 10 – The Cursed Bus! The Coming of the Warrior of Fire, Mars

Episode 11 – Usagi vs. Rei? The Nightmare of Dream Land

Episode 12 – I Want a Boyfriend, Too! Trap of the Cruise Ship!

Episode 13 – Girls Unite! The Last of Jadeite

Episode 14 – New Challenge, The Evil Crest of Nephrite

Episode 15 – Usagi Upset! Rei-chan’s First Date

Episode 16 – Pure White Dress Dream! Usagi Becomes a Bride

Episode 17 – Usagi is a Model? Focus of Demon Camera

Episode 18 – Shingo’s Love! Sorrow French Doll

Episode 19 – Usagi so Happy! Tuxedo Kamen’s Love Letter

Episode 20 – Summer, Sea, Holiday! And Ghosts, too

Episodes 21 - 40

Episode 21 – Protect the Dreams of Children! The Friendship Bound in Anime

Episode 22 – Romance Under Moon! Usagi’s First Kiss

Episode 23 – Wishing on a Shooting Star! Naru-chan’s Pure Love

Episode 24 – Naru-chan’s Tears! Death of Nephrite for Love

Episode 25 – Power Girl in Love, Jupiter-chan

Episode 26 – Smile, Naru-chan! Usagi’s Friendship

Episode 27 – Love for Ami-chan?! A Boy Who Sees the Future

Episode 28 – Love Illustration, Usagi and Mamoru Gets Closer?

Episode 29 – Total Chaos! Mixed-up Love Rectangle

Episode 30 – Grandpa’s Insanity, Rei-chan in Jeopardy

Episode 31 – Loved and Chased! Luna’s Worst Day

Episode 32 – Umino’s Decision! I’ll Protect Naru-chan

Episode 33 – Shining Crystal! The Moon Princess Returns

Episode 34 – Returning Memories! Usagi and Mamoru’s Past Episode 35 –

Episode 36 – Usagi in Confusion! Evil Tuxedo Mask?

Episode 37 – Aim to be a Princess? Usagi’s Strange Training

Episode 38 – Snow, Mountains, Friendship! And Demons After All

Episode 39 – Pair with Demon? Mako-chan on Silver Ice Rink

Episode 40 – The Lake of Monster Legend. Usagi’s Family Tie

Episodes 41 - 46

Episode 41 – I Won’t Run from Love Again. Ami vs Mamoru?!

Episode 42 – Sailor Venus’s Past. Minako’s Bitter Love

Episode 43 – Usagi Alone? Big Fight of Sailor Warriors

Episode 44 – Usagi’s Awakening! Message from the Ancient Past

Episode 45 – The Gallant Last Battle. Death of Sailor Warriors

Episode 46 – Usagi’s Eternal Wish. A New Rebirth

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Voice Actors who worked on the Anime:

Characters and their CVs:

Aya Hisakawa as Ami Mizuno/Sailor Mercury

Emi Shinohara as Makoto Kino/Sailor Jupiter

Kae Araki as Usagi Tsukino/Sailor Moon (eps 44-46)

Kotono Mitsuishi as Princess Serenity, Usagi Tsukino/Sailor Moon

Michie Tomizawa as Rei Hino/Sailor Mars

Rica Fukami as Minako Aino/Sailor Venus

Katsuji Mori as Nephrite

Kazuyuki Sogabe as Kunzite

Keiichi Nanba as Zoisite

Keiko Han as Luna, Queen Beryl

Masaya Onosaka as Jadeite

Mika Doi as Queen Serenity

Noriko Uemura as Queen Metallia

Shino Kakinuma as Naru Osaka

Tohru Furuya as Mamoru Chiba/Tuxedo Kamen, Prince Endymion

Yasuhiro Takato as Artemis

Akiko Hiramatsu as Castor (ep 21)

Arihiro Masuda as Big Man (ep 4), Butler (ep 22), Official (ep 12), Reporter (ep 14), Asako Satou as , Child (ep 32), DD Girls (ep 45)

Aya Hara as Phantom of the Lake (ep 40)

Ayako Shiraishi as Mika Kayama (ep 18)

Bin Shimada as Yuuichirou Kumada

Chie Satou as Housenka (ep 24)

Chieko Nanba as Girl (ep 1), Mika Kayama (ep 5), Yumiko (ep 36)

Chiharu Kataishi as Kariko Tokoyama (ep 36)

Chiyoko Kawashima as Haruna Sakurada, Shingo Tsukino

Daisuke Sakaguchi as Cat (ep 31)

Eiko Yamada as Ramua (ep 9)

Emi Shinohara as Cyrene (ep 6), Jumeau (ep 18)

Eriko Hara as Murido (ep 11)

Etsuko Nishimoto as Kuri (ep 36)

Hideyuki Umezu as Priest/Bokushi (ep 26)

Hiroko Emori as Balm (ep 2), Garoben (ep 8), Kazuko Tadashita (ep 21)

Hiroyuki Satou as Motoki Furuhata, Servant (ep 37)

Hiroyuki Tanaka as Boy (ep 18), Boy (ep 28)

Hisao Egawa as Announcer (ep 45), Band-Man (ep 6), Boss Cat (ep 31), Clerk (ep 3), Soldier (ep 44)

Junko Shimakata as An Ohara (ep 31), Child (ep 11), Girl (ep 1)

Kazumi Tanaka as Manager (ep 7)

Kazunari Tanaka as Bystander (ep 25), Clerk (ep 3), Man (ep 9), Policeman (ep 7), Reporter (ep 11), Robber (ep 33)

Keiichi Nanba as Alan (ep 42), Gurio Umino

Kimiko Choukai as Schoolgirl (ep 14)

Kôhei Miyauchi as Fortuneteller (ep 2)

Masaaki Ohkura as Joe of the Crane/Gesen (ep 25)

Masahiro Anzai as Rhett Butler/Bakene

Masami Kamiyama as Kuri (eps 7, 10)

Masato Hirano as Boy (ep 20), Driver (ep 9)

Mayumi Seto as Girl (ep 18), Schoolgirl (4 episodes), Woman (eps 4, 11), Yumiko (ep 7)

Michiko Abe as Landlady (ep 20), Morga (ep 1), Naru’s Mother, Tesuni (ep 14)

Michio Nakao as Bystander (ep 25), Chairman (ep 38), Clerk (ep 29), Sailor (ep 12)

Michitaka Kobayashi as Cook (ep 20), Director Asatou (ep 21), Fiance (ep 16), Man (ep 15)

Mika Kanai as Mikan Shiratori

Miki Inoue as Female Guest (ep 22)

Miki Itou as Princess Dia (ep 22), Thetis (ep 12)

Misa Fukai as Announcer (ep 29), Clerk (ep 33), Female Guest (ep 22), Girl (ep 2), Girl (ep 28), Mother (ep 11), Schoolgirl (ep 25), Woman (ep 10), Young Lady (ep 37)

Miyako Endou as Hiromi Matsuno (ep 21), Nana Asahina/Oniwabandana (ep 43)

Miyoko Aoba as Mika’s Mother (ep 18)

Miyuki Maruyama as Woman (eps 5, 12)

Naoko Nakamura as DD Girls (ep 45), Schoolgirl (ep 14), Woman (ep 4)

Naomi Nagasawa as Child (ep 32)

Nobutoshi Hayashi as Guard (ep 22)

Noriko Uemura as Petasos (ep 15), Yasha (ep 23)

Norio Wakamoto as Yuusuke Amade (ep 6)

Osamu Saka as Sakiko’s Father (ep 20)

Reiko Yamada as Kigan (ep 10)

Rica Fukami as Reika Nishimura/Rikokeida

Rumiko Ukai as Akiko Yanagi (ep 6)

Ryotaro Okiayu as Yuuji (ep 2)

Sanae Takagi as Grape (ep 24), Ikuko Tsukino

Satoko Kitô as Rui Saionji (ep 14)

Shinichi Yamada as Soldier (ep 44)

Shinichirou Ohta as Ryo Urawa/Bunbo

Shinobu Satouchi as Akan (ep 32), Bystander (ep 25)

Takahiro Yoshimizu as Worker (ep 27)

Tomomichi Nishimura as Rei’s Grandfather/Jiji

Toshio Kobayashi as Doctor (ep 34), Man (ep 4), Reporter (eps 14, 17), Servant (ep 37), Studio Member (ep 6)

Toshiya Ueda as Kunitachi (ep 15)

Tsutomu Kashiwakura as Kijin Shinokawa (ep 17)

Wakana Yamazaki as Janelyn (ep 39)

Yasuhiko Kawazu as Worker (ep 27)

Yasuhiro Takato as Game Machine Voice

Yoku Shioya as Misha (ep 39)

Yoshio Kawai as Chief (ep 3)

Yoshiyuki Kouno as Soldier (ep 44)

Youko Asagami as Flow (ep 3)

Youko Kawanami as Countess Rose/Shakoukai (ep 37)

Youko Matsuoka as Iguala (ep 5)

Yuji Machi as Kenji Tsukino

Yuka Ohno as Cameran (ep 17), Pollux (ep 21)

Yuko Mita as Higure Akiyama (ep 16), Katarina/Papillon (ep 42)

Yuko Sasaki as Saeko Yamamoto/Blizzar (ep 38)

Yuriko Fuchizaki as Sakiko (ep 20), Yumemi Yumeno/Binah

English cast:

Karen Bernstein as Amy/Sailor Mercury

Katie Griffin as Raye/Sailor Mars

Stephanie Morgenstern as Mina/Sailor Venus

Susan Roman as Lita/Sailor Jupiter

Terri Hawkes as Serena/Sailor Moon (27 episodes)

Tracey Moore as Serena/Sailor Moon (14 episodes)

Jill Frappier as Luna

Kirsten Bishop as Zoisite

Maria Vacratsis as Queen Metallia

Naz Edwards as Queen Beryl

Rino Romano as Tuxedo Mask (eps 1-11)

Ron Rubin as Artemis

Toby Proctor as Tuxedo Mask (eps 12-40)

Tony Daniels as Jedite

Wendy Lyon as Queen Serenity

Barbara Radecki as Ikuko (Serena’s mother)

Chris Wiggins as Mr. Baxter

Colin O’Meara as Andrew

David Fraser as Grandpa Hino

David Huband as Kenji (Serena’s father)

Dennis Akayama as Malachite

Eric Kimmel as Greg

Harvey Atkin as Bumboo (ep 23), Pox (ep 26)

Jeff Lumby as Misha

Joel Feeney as Peter Fisher

Julie Lemieux as Sammy

Katherine Trowell as Peggy Jones

Kevin Lund as Neflyte

Lyon Smith as Prince Sapphire

Mary Long as Molly

Nadine Rabinovitch as Patricia Haruna

Rino Romano as Game Machine Joe (ep 21)

Roland Parliament as Melvin

Steven Bednarski as Chad

Tracey Hoyt as Jenelle

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Staff who worked on the anime:

Series Director:

Junichi Sato

Kunihiko Ikuhara

Script: Katsuyuki Sumisawa (12 episodes), Megumi Sugihara (6 episodes), Shigeru Yanagawa (13 episodes), Sukehiro Tomita (15 episodes)

Storyboard: Junichi Sato (5 episodes)

Episode Director: Harume Kosaka (8 episodes), Hiromichi Matano (ep 37), Junichi Sato (4 episodes), Kazuhisa Takenouchi (8 episodes), Kônosuke Uda (ep 45), Kunihiko Ikuhara (8 episodes), Takao Yoshizawa (7 episodes), Takuya Igarashi (eps 24, 35, 42), Yuji Endo (7 episodes)

Music: Kazuo Satou (ED1, ED2), Takanori Arisawa, Tetsuya Komoro (OP)

Original creator: Naoko Takeuchi

Character Design: Kazuko Tadano

Art Director: Junichi Tanijuchi

Animation Director: Akira Nakamura (7 episodes), Hiromi Matsushita (eps 1, 21), Hisashi Kagawa (6 episodes), Ikuko Ito (6 episodes), Katsuji Matsumoto (eps 2, 7), Katsumi Tamegai (ep 43), Kazuko Tadano (8 episodes), Kiyoshi Matsumoto (7 episodes), Kunihiko Natsume (eps 3, 8), Masahiro Ando (6 episodes)

Art design: Takamura Mukuo

Producer: Munehisa Higuchi

2nd Key Animation: Ken Ootsuka

Art Supervision: Tadao Kubota

Editing: Yasuhiro Yoshikawa

Key Animation: Kazuya Tsurumaki (4 episodes)

Music Performance: Daisuke Ikeda (OP)

Recording: Yasuo Tachibana

Sound Effects: Yasuyuki Konno

Theme Song Lyrics: Kanako Oda (OP), Naoko Takeuchi (ED2), Yoshiaki Tsushima (ED1)

Theme Song Performance: DALI (OP), Misae Takamatsu (ED1), Ushio Hashimoto (ED2)

English Staff:

ADR Director:

Roland Parliament (DiC; eps 12-40)

Ronald Parliament (DiC)

Tracey Moore (DiC, early season 1; eps 1-11)

Translation: Ikuko Overbeck, Lisa Ward, Shoko Oono

Executive producer: Andy Heyward, John Ledford, Mark Williams, Randall H. Zalken (DiC)

Producer: Louis Hurtubise (DiC)

Adaptation: Gary Plaxton (DiC), Lisa Lumby (DiC), Mycheline Tremblay (DiC)

Associate producer: Nicole Thuault

Casting:

Nicole Thuault

Trish Dynes

Creative Consultant:

Carl Macek (early Season 1)

Fred Ladd (DiC)

Creative Coordinator:

Chris Hawley

David Del Rio

Creative Director:

Chris Hawley

David Del Rio

Dialog Re-Recording Engineer: Sal Grimaldi (100-172)

DVD Coordination: Janice Williams

DVD Design: Fumiko Chino

DVD Graphics: Fumiko Chino

DVD Producer:

Janice Williams

Thomas Meerbott

Editing:

Christopher Nelson

Neil O’Sullivan

Main Title Music Adaptation: Bob Summers

Mix Engineer: Luc Hebert (DiC)

Post-Production Manager: Shelly Thomas

Production Assistant:

Mariela Ortiz

Marta Bechtol

SFX Editor, Mix Engineer: Mark Baldi (100-172)

Subtitle Timing: Feng Xiong

Subtitling: Feng Xiong

Theme Song Performance:

Bynne Price (“Sailor Moon Theme”)

Nicole Price (“Sailor Moon Theme”)

Stan Bush (“She’s Got the Power!”)