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Slayers the Motion Picture (1995)

Sureiyâzu (original title)
Not Rated | | Animation, Comedy, Fantasy | 29 July 1995 (Japan)
Lina Inverse and her overly-endowed associate Nagha the Serpent travel to Mipross Island, where they encounter an old sage who enlists them in his battle to defeat the demon Joyrock.

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Lina Inverse (voice)
Maria Kawamura ...
Naga the Serpent (voice)
Yuri Shiratori ...
Meliroon (voice)
Mahito Tsujimura ...
Ou (King of Mipross) (voice)
Miyuki Ichijô ...
Ouhi (Queen of Mipross) (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Brad Atwell ...
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David Bell ...
Young Rowdy (voice)
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Holligan #3 / Lagos (voice)
Jessica Calvello ...
Meliroon (voice)
Chafûrin ...
Thief (voice)
Meredith J. Dahl ...
Rinse (voice) (as Meredith Dahl)
Randy Fox ...
Holligan #2 / Zombie Villager / Additional Voices (voice)
Keiji Fujiwara ...
Thief (voice)
Hiroko Fukumori ...
Additional Voices (voice)
Laura Gadbois ...
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Lina Inverse and her overly-endowed associate Nagha the Serpent travel to Mipross Island, where they encounter an old sage who enlists them in his battle to defeat the demon Joyrock.

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One's cool... one's hot! One's busting out all over... one's not!


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Nahga: I understand they taste good pickled.
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Crazy Credits

Lina is chased by Nagha throughout the credits. See more »

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Followed by Sureiyâzu return (1996) See more »

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Midnight Blue
Lyrics by Satomi Arimori
Music by Hidetoshi Satô
Arranged by Sho Goshima
Performed by Megumi Hayashibara
Courtesy of Starchild Records
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Better than most movies
19 November 2000 | by (SE PA) – See all my reviews

My son introduced me to anime not that long ago. Like most things, there's a lot of junk, but "Slayers, the Motion Picture" is definitely NOT junk! I was unaware that it was originally a tv series in Japan, but this movie can stand entirely on its own: Heroines, villains, good writing and characterization, great animation, and, finally, an evil foe with great power and no conscience whatsoever. I do have to agree with my son, though, that it's best to watch this movie with subtitles rather than dubbing. Dubbing cannot capture the same character qualities as the original- and often very witty- Japanese dialogue does.


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