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Urusei Yatsura 6: Itsudatte, mai dârin (1991)

Lupica, another one of the legion of space princesses that all seem to have found out about Earth in some tour book, appears and abducts Ataru. Needless to say, Lum, assisted by her friends... See full summary »

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Fumi Hirano ...
Lum (voice)
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Ataru (voice)
Naoko Matsui ...
Lupica (voice)
Shinnosuke Furumoto ...
Rio (voice)
Noriko Ohara ...
Oyuki (voice)
Yûko Mita ...
Benten (voice)
Machiko Washio ...
Sakura (voice)
Akira Kamiya ...
Mendou (voice)
Saeko Shimazu ...
Shinobu (voice)
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Megane (voice)
Akira Murayama ...
Perm (voice)
Shinji Nomura ...
Kakugari (voice)
Issei Futamata ...
Chibi (voice)
Mayumi Tanaka ...
Ryuunosuke (voice)
Masahiro Anzai ...
Ryuunosuke's Father (voice)
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2 November 1991 (Japan)  »

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Urusei Yatsura 6: Always My Darling  »

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Rumiko Takahashi, the original creator of the "Urusei Yatsura" manga, was reportedly displeased with this film, as it superseded the original ending for the manga (made into the movie Urusei Yatsura 5: Final), and was made with very little input from her. See more »

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Follows Urusei Yatsura: Only You (1983) See more »

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An Average UY-film
20 December 1999 | by (Germany) – See all my reviews

This film does not continue or conclude part no. 5. It doesn't even fit into the sixth place continuity-speaking. Don't get irritated, just cram it into that space between 4 and 5, not that it's really that important. The film is funny, as UY-films go and less serious and more silly than the fifth film, but no match to it (maybe a little better than parts 3 and 4). The animation is okay, the music is okay, what more is there to say ? Don't expect a grand finale a la Last Chapter.


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