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You're Under Arrest: The Movie (1999)

Taiho shichauzo! (original title)
Unrated | | Animation, Action, Comedy | 24 April 1999 (Japan)
Officers Tsujimoto and Kobayakawa are transferred back to Bokuto Police Station after stints in other police departments. Shortly after this, the discovery of smuggled firearms and the ... See full summary »

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(manga), (screenplay) (as Seiji Sogou)
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Cast

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Akiko Hiramatsu ...
Rica Matsumoto ...
Aoi Futaba (voice)
Masaki Aizawa ...
Detective Sugihara (voice)
Tomoko Ishimura ...
Yoko Matsuda (voice) (as Kyôko Tsuruno)
Etsuko Kozakura ...
Yoriko Nikaido (voice)
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Aoi Futaba (voice)
Issei Masamune ...
Chief (voice)
Kaoru Morota ...
Ayane Hayashi (voice)
Chie Nakamura ...
Minae Yasuda (voice)
Tomoko Ogawa ...
Keiko Morita (voice)
Sayaka Ohara ...
Kayo Tanaka (voice)
Yoshiko Sakakibara ...
Kaoruko Kinoshita (voice)
Masato Sako ...
Tadashi Emoto (voice)
Ikuya Sawaki ...
Inspector Tokuno (voice)
Tomokazu Seki ...
Shoji Tokairin (voice)
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Officers Tsujimoto and Kobayakawa are transferred back to Bokuto Police Station after stints in other police departments. Shortly after this, the discovery of smuggled firearms and the recovery of a magnetic disc herald new troubles for Bokuto station as the Chief is thrown in jail for keeping silent over "Bee Number One", developed by Detective Emoto who went missing two years ago.

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24 April 1999 (Japan)  »

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Funny & safe for the kids
17 January 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This was good! I liked what I've seen of the original series and the movie didn't let me down.The characters are the best thing about YUA (I love the Chief, Yoriko, Aoi, and Nakajima Ken!), and we get a chance to see some different sides to them in the movie. It's way more serious than the series, but still very funny, and it's something I can watch with my kids without feeling dumbed-down or bored out of my mind. The dub is one of Coastal Carolina ADR's productions, who consistently produce higher quality than the bigger studios. The Japanese director of the series liked Coastal's dub better than the original; the same will probably be said of the movie! http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/columns/DubTrack.php?id=7


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