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Sakura was a normal fourth-grader until she stumbled upon the book of Clow Cards in her father's library. After accidentally setting the magical cards loose, it's now up to Sakura to catch them all again before they wreak havoc on the entire world! Luckily, she has her best friend Tomoyo, and Kerberos, the guardian of the cards, to help her. But when the help is more interested in costumes and video games than in Clow Cards, what's a young captor to do? And now Sakura has a rival, both in her chase for the Clow Cards and for the affections for her brother's friend Yukito.... Written by
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I have watched all 70 episodes and both of the Card Captor Sakura Movies.
The entire uncut series has been released by Pioneer in subtitle only versions.
Warner Bros./Nelvana are together showing a chopped up version called Card Captors on the WB! Kids, which has been edited to make Sakura just another character because they wanted to target young boys and girls. Card Captors has started airing on the Cartoon Network. In my opinion if you want chopped up anime watch the dubbed episodes which are not only cut up, but out of order, and most episodes have been skipped. WB! is also about to air the third season so they can show more action in the series.
There are 70 episodes, Tomoyo's special episodes and a few mini movies, one of which was shown with the CCS Movie 2: The Sealed Card called Kero Chan's Big Adventure, which is also included on the DVD.
CCS in japan is a mahou shoujo anime by CLAMP(a well respected manga group), japanese for Magical Girl type anime, example...sailor moon. CCS has better animation and a better plot so watch out for it.
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