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New Kimagure Orange Road: Summer's Beginning (1996)

Shin Kimagure Orenji Rôdo: Soshite, Ano Natsu no Hajimari (original title)
A young man gets involved in a near death traffic accident causing him to go forward 3 years into the future, where is is considered missing and everyone thinks he's dead. Will he be able ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Jessica Calvello ...
Hikaru (voice)
Marcie Corder ...
Grandma (voice)
Meredith J. Dahl ...
Dancer A (voice)
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Kysuke Kasuga (voice)
Tôru Furuya ...
Laura Gadbois ...
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Manami Kasuga / Receptionist / Additional Voices (voice)
Matt Greenfield ...
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Eriko Hara ...
Kevin Hinnant ...
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Larry Koteff ...
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Pam Lauer ...
Shirley Anzai (voice)
Anne Mallory ...
Madoka Ayukawa (voice)
Kelly Manison ...
Girl ABCB / Madison's Sister / Additional Voices (voice)
Dave Nance ...
Seiji Komatsu (voice)
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A young man gets involved in a near death traffic accident causing him to go forward 3 years into the future, where is is considered missing and everyone thinks he's dead. Will he be able to get back to his proper time and stay faithful to the girl he loves? Find out in this epic conclusion to Kimagure Orange Road.

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The Japanese word "Kimagure" can be translated several ways in English: capricious, whimsical, and unpredictable. "Orange Road" is where "ABCB cafe" is located, where Ayukawa Madoka worked part time. It is also where many events took place in the TV-series. See more »

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Follows Kimagure Orenji Rôdo (1987) See more »

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KOR returns to its whimsical roots
29 September 1999 | by (Orange Road, Japan) – See all my reviews

Brilliant movie!

For those of you whose hearts were ripped to small shred by the first KOR movie, the second KOR movie is the perfect remedy! Whereas the first movie didn't even mention Kyosuke's ESP powers, the second movie revolves around them. The plot is wonderful and funny. Hikaru fans, this movie is the apology you have been waiting for. Yes, she does get over her obsession with Kyosuke :)

I highly suggest this movie, though I suggest you watch the first movie 'I Want To Return To That Day' first, cause this movie won't make any sense otherwise :)

Koishikawa Miki


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