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Elf Princess Ren (1995)

Yôsei Hime Rên (original title)
Gou has woved to find the legendary treasure of Salamander. Searching for it he meets Ren, a fairy, who is looking for the four treasures of Heart. Gou's childhood friend Mari is frustrated... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Scott Bailey ...
Cameraman (voice)
Michael Brady ...
Takuma (voice)
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Leen (voice)
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Go Takarada (voice)
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Rane (voice)
Amy Church ...
Staff Lady (voice)
Chuck Denson Jr. ...
Konishi (voice)
Aya Hisakawa ...
Riin (voice)
Kôji Ishii ...
Konishi (voice)
Rie Iwatsubo ...
Haruki Takarada / Mizuki Takarada / Natsuki Takarada (voice)
Satomi Kôrogi ...
Mari Yumenokata (voice)
Tamara Burnham Mercer ...
Haruki / Mizuki / Natsuki / Natures (voice)
Keiichi Morisato ...
Welcome Men (voice)
Sean P. O'Connell ...
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Gou has woved to find the legendary treasure of Salamander. Searching for it he meets Ren, a fairy, who is looking for the four treasures of Heart. Gou's childhood friend Mari is frustrated with Gou running after treasures, but befriends with another fairy Rin. Gou and Ren's treasure hunt messes with a secret project led by Mari's father. It turns out Salamander isn't what Gou thought it was in the first place...

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Never say die... ...just say gatcha ba goose!

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Animation | Comedy

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It's a slapstick frenzy!
21 February 1999 | by (Chandler, AZ) – See all my reviews

Fairy Princess Rane is one of the laugh-out-loud funniest OAVs of 1995, and it's definitely a must-see for fans of comedy anywhere. I'd hate to see it dubbed though...the machine-gun dialogue and numerous dialects used within make it hard enough to translate into subtitles! With zany jokes you may never see coming to some of the downright silliest dialogue ever heard in an anime, it's a ride you'll definitely enjoy. It's just too bad it's so short!


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