While invading Earth, Kahm runs across Tetsuya, a primitive but cute human and decides to marry him.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Trish Ledoux ...
Princess Kahm (L.A. Hero dub) (voice)
Kenji Utsumi ...
Geobaldi (voice)
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Tetsuya Wakatsuki (L.A. Hero dub) (voice) (as Tom Charles)
Mimi Woods ...
Battia (L.A. Hero dub) (voice) (as M.J. Davies)
Kevin Seymour ...
Geobaldi (L.A. Hero dub) (voice) (as Dougary Grant)
Dorothy Elias-Fahn ...
Momo (L.A. Hero dub) (voice) (as Dorothy Melendrez)
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Nao (L.A. Hero dub) (voice)
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Operator (L.A. Hero dub) (voice)
Steve Cassling ...
Council (L.A. Hero dub) (voice) (as Steve Areno)
Gloria Gines ...
Various (L.A. Hero dub) (voice)
Steve Bulen ...
Progress (L.A. Hero dub) (voice) (as Stevie Beeline)
Doug Stone ...
Emperor (L.A. Hero dub) (voice)
Earl Moore ...
Various (L.A. Hero dub) (voice)
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Mitsuo Iwata ...
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While invading Earth, Kahm runs across Tetsuya, a primitive but cute human and decides to marry him.

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The anime was dubbed into English twice: The first dub was done by L.A. Hero and was released only on VHS and the second dub was done by Central Park Media and released only on DVD. See more »

Quotes

Geobaldi: Oops! Sorry 'bout that. Guess I must have given it a little too much power.
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Edited from Outlanders: Fan Casting Featurette (2006) See more »

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Hoshi no Hitomi (Starry Eyes)
by Suzuki Kisaburoh and Akimoto Kou
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Obvious Lum rip-off is just not as good as the books.
10 January 2012 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Okay, there's this anime series, and the main character is some doofus who crosses paths with a green haired alien princess with horns, whose race wants to conquer and enslave Earth... Sound familiar? It ought to

  • that's the whole premise behind Urusei Yatsura, one of the longest


running anime series of all time. It is also the premise here, but not nearly so cleverly executed. UY managed to mix slapstick, fantasy, folklore into a romantic comedy, but here there is none of that. The plot is boy-meets-alien, she switches sides, insurrection results. To be fair, the lengthy manga series (ten volumes) on which the anime is based was quite a bit richer in detail and better thought out than that. This anime, though, just gives us the bare bones from volume one with little flair and limited action animation. Clearly the budget was low. And since this was the only anime made from the series, we don't really get an ending, which is frustrating. Not recommended unless you are desperate for green haired alien girl anime and have seen every Lum disc twice.


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