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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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Aoi Futaba (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Masaki Aizawa ...
Detective Sugihara
Scott Bailey ...
Additional Voices (voice)
Robert C. Barham ...
Air Controller, Additional Voices (voice)
Bryan Bolick ...
Detective Sugihara, Additional Voices (voice) (as Bryan Keith Bolick)
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Inspector Kaoruko Kinoshita (voice)
Jeff Call ...
Bomb Specialist, Additional Voices (voice)
Jenna Call ...
Policewoman A, Additional Voices (voice)
Brandon Cashwell ...
Additional Voices (voice)
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Police Pilot A, Additional Voices (voice)
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Renea Davis ...
Paramedic (voice)
Peter Dragna ...
Little Boy (voice)
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Additional Voices (voice) (as Garrett Droege)
Treena Hales ...
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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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A good continuation
27 April 2007 | by (Puerto Rico) – See all my reviews

The movie is set a year after the end of the first season of the TV series, and Miyuki and Natsumi have just returned to Bokuto station from their temporary assignments, just in time to confront a terrorist group threatening Tokyo. This is a nice continuation of the adventures of our favorite Japanese traffic cops, although it is darker in tone than the series. People expecting a light-hearted romp will be disappointed, although there are some funny moments (the most notable of which is little Yuriko trying to wield an M-60 heavy machine gun when the terrorists attack the station.) The emphasis is more on action and mystery than humor. If you're unfamiliar with You're Under Arrest, this is NOT a good place to start. The movie was written for people who had seen at least some of the show and know the back story and relationships, so if you're a YUA newbie, start with the series and come back to this later. Bottom line: If you're a fan of the series, you'll want to see this.


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