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Shunsui Kyouraku (Character)
from "Bleach: Burîchu" (2004)
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- "Bleach: Burîchu"
- Changing History, Unchanging Heart (2012) TV episode, Played by Steve Kramer (as Shunsui Kyoraku)
- Shinigami at War! New Year in Seireitei Special! (2012) TV episode, Played by Steve Kramer (as Shunsui Kyoraku)
- Invading Army Arc, Final Conclusion! (2011) TV episode, Played by Steve Kramer (as Shunsui Kyoraku)
- Reigai vs. Original! The Fierce Fighting for Gambled Pride! (2011) TV episode, Played by Steve Kramer (as Shunsui Kyoraku)
- Protect Ichigo! The Bonds of Friends! (2011) TV episode, Played by Steve Kramer (as Shunsui Kyoraku)
- Bleach the Movie 2: The Diamond Dust Rebellion (2007) Played by Akio Ôtsuka (as Shunsui Kyoraku) / Steve Kramer (as Shunsui Kyoraku)
... aka "Gekijô ban Bleach: The DiamondDust Rebellion - Mô hitotsu no hyôrinmaru" - Japan (original title)
... aka "Bleach: The DiamondDust Rebellion" - Japan (English title) (short title)
- Bleach: Memories of Nobody (2006) Played by Akio Ôtsuka / Steve Kramer (as Shunsui Kyoraku)
Shunsui Kyoraku: [after explaining why he's going out to fight] You know how old folks are when it comes to losing face.
Shunsui Kyoraku: And besides that,
[placing hand on her shoulder w/ a michevious grin]
Shunsui Kyoraku: I'd never be able to forgive myself if my little Nanao when out to fight for me and somehow ended up getting injured.
Nanao Ise: [sounding cross] Since when am I your 'little Nanao'?
[slas his hand w/ a closed fan]
Shunsui Kyoraku: [backed away; holding his hand] Aaah; you know I love it when you treat me bad. You're beautiful when you're heartless, Nanao.
Nanao Ise: [bbrushing aside the compliment; clearly aggrivated] Enough w/ the meaningless compliments. If you're going then just go!
Shunsui Kyoraku: [completely serious now] Alright then, Nanao.
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