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After falling asleep in class, Lum has a strange dream of a dark hooded figure coming to her as a child on her home planet of Oni... See full synopsis »
6 February 1988 (Japan)
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Also Known As:
Urusei Yatsura 5: Final Chapter
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Aspect Ratio: 1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?
The trailer for the movie was actually narrated in English by a voiceover actor who was a native speaker of English, possibly an American. The narration was accompanied by Japanese subtitles. The following is what was spoken during the trailer: English voice-over: "As the world looked on, Earth's fate hung in balance. The fight for survival now begins. Final battle in..." Japanese voice-overs (in unison): "TOMOBIKI-CHO!" See more
During the closing credits, Kôichi Kitamura
is listed as being the voice of Upa (Rupa's great-grandfather). This is incorrect, Upa's voice was in fact performed by Ken'ichi Ogata
, who also provided the voice for Ataru's father. Kitamura's actual role was that of Lum's great-grandfather. See more
Lum, listen carefully. This is a time of extreme emergency. You must talk Rupa into fixing things.
Well, if Darling says that he loves me, then I wouldn't mind talking to Rupa.
So she says.
Earth's fate hangs on a single world from you.
Say it! Even if it's a lie!
On this occasion, I shall permit it.
Is it that difficult? It's just a simple phrase! You say it all the time to other girls!
I hate your guts!
The end credits show a picture of Tomobiki while scenes from the movie are shown on the left side of the screen. See more
(Like it or Not)
Written by Kawamura Masumi (Lyrics) & Toshimi Takashi (Music)
Performed by Asada Hanako
Victor Music Industries See more