Ranma Nibun no Ichi (1993– )
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The Evil Ogre! Hell Hath No Fury Like Kasumi Scorned 



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Episode credited cast:
Miyoko Asô ...
Cologne (voice)
Sasuke Sarugakure (voice)
Tatewaki Kuno (voice)
Angela Costain ...
Nabiki Tendo (voice)
Priest (voice)
Paul Dobson ...
Happosai (voice)
Michael Donovan ...
Ryoga Hibiki (voice)
Ranma Saotome (voice)
Noriko Hidaka ...
Akane Tendô (voice)
Kikuko Inoue ...
Kasumi Tendô (voice)
Willow Johnson ...
Kasumi Tendo (voice)
Soun Tendo (voice)
Happosai (voice)
Ken'ichi Ogata ...
Genma Saotome (voice)


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17 November 1995 (Japan)  »

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almost masterpiece
10 May 2007 | by See all my reviews

the first part is excellent for me, cause kasumi is my favorite one character, i like the kind of draw design they use in this movie, the story is by far not the best but is very funny, and kasumi looks very cute with horns, in contrast with her personality, i think this film could give kasumi character some of definition around the way she is, the mayor the series, her roll is mostly pheriperical, and sometimes seems "out this world" there was a chapter in the series where we could go a little bit more "inside" her, but i think it was not enough, as we can see at the final credits video of this two episodes film (let me tell you i just get little jealous when i saw it) .

the two akanes, is good also, i could say a bit of "darkness" peeper to change the manner to tell the history, very good as "an akane to remember" the environment they use was hopeful to give the film a bit of formality inside the limits of the funny and silly ranma series.

a piece of gold.

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