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Please Save My Earth 

Boku no chikyû on mamotte (original title)
A group of students discover they are aliens reborn on Earth. But their past lives start to overlap with their present ones, leading to drama and heartache.


Cast overview, first billed only:
Ted Cole ...
 Daisuke Dobashi / ... (voice)
 Tamura (1996) (voice)
Paul Dobson ...
 Shion (1996) (voice)
 Haruhiko Kazama / ... (voice)
 Issei Nishikiyori (1996) (voice)
 Mikuro (1996) (voice)
 Haruhiko's Mother (1996) (voice)
Ellen Kennedy ...
 Mokuren (1996) (voice) (as Ellen Kenedy)
 Alice Sakaguchi (1996) (voice)
Ward Perry ...
 Yakushimaru (1996) (voice)
Tony Sampson ...
 Jinpachi Ogura / ... (voice)
 Sakura Kokushou / ... (voice)
Sherry Thoreson ...
 Enju (1996) (voice)
Chris Turner ...
 Rin Kobayashi / ... (voice)
 Hajime Sakaguchi (1996) (voice)


High school student Alice Sakaguchi has been having consistent but strange dreams: she dreams she is an extraterrestrial being living on the moon and monitoring the Earth. These dreams are too strange - and too real - for her to ignore them, and her curiosity deepens when she learns other people are having similar "moon" dreams, including her neighbor Rin Kobayashi and her two classmates Jinpachi and Issei. Soon the four friends meet three other students with moon dreams like them, and the group of seven start to fix together the events and from within their dreams. They uncover a startling truth: the dreams are actually memories of past lives - all seven had been a community of alien scientists who were stationed on the moon to observe and study the Earth. But they discover that the community came to a mysterious and tragic end... and the group faces a disturbing idea: could the deeds, events and memories of a previous incarnation impact on a current one? The group now strives to ... Written by Q. Leo Rahman

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12 March 1996 (USA)  »

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The manga creator, Saki Hiwatari, received disturbing letters from people who claimed they were experiencing moon dreams like the main characters and so thought they may also be moon scientists reborn on Earth. To immobilize this, she issued a disclaimer that all her work was entirely fictional - a practice she has continued to do even today. See more »


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Fantastic anime
22 November 2002 | by (Paris, France) – See all my reviews

Please save my Earth surprised me with its quality.. Superb, graceful character design, excellent story, sublime music (Hajime Mizoguchi, Yoko Kanno), a lot of emotion.. this OAV is taken from the first issues of the manga, but transcends them with much talent, bringing incredible emotion to the already inspired manga..

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