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Sailor Moon S: The Movie Dub Clip Shows Outer Guardians Fighting Snow Dancers

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    Fathom Events began streaming an English dub clip for Sailor Moon S: The Movie on Thursday. The clip shows the Outer Guardians fighting the Snow Dancers and Princess Snow Kaguya.



    Viz Media will screen both Sailor Moon S: The Movie (Sailor Moon S Movie: Hearts in Ice) and Sailor Moon SuperS: The Movie (Sailor Moon SuperS Movie: Black Dream Hole) this summer in North America.

    The Sailor Moon S: The Movie screening will also include an encore screening of Sailor Moon R: The Movie, and will take place on July 28 (dubbed) and July 30 (subtitled). The screening of Sailor Moon SuperS: The Movie will also screen the Sailor Moon SuperS Plus - Ami's First Love short, and will take place on August 4 (dubbed) and August 6 (subtitled).

    The English dub cast for Sailor Moon S: The Movie includes:
    The English dub cast for Sailor Moon SuperS: The Movie and the Sailor Moon SuperS Plus - Ami's First Love short includes:
    Viz Media previously screened Sailor Moon R: The Movie in the United States in January 2017 and in Canada in March 2017. The screenings also featured the "Make Up! Sailor Guardians" (Make-Up! Sailor Senshi) anime short. The film originally opened in Japan in 1993.

    Sailor Moon S: The Movie opened in Japan in 1994 and Sailor Moon SuperS: The Movie opened in Japan in 1995. Geneon Entertainment released both films on VHS and DVD between 1999 and 2004.

    The 15-minute Sailor Moon SuperS Plus - Ami's First Love short debuted in Japan in 1995.
     

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