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The Beginning of a Journey 

Tabidachi, San Francisco kara no shôtaijô (original title)
One day on makunai island (off the coast of Japan) Ryu receives a letter from his pen pal from the United States, Ken. It is an invitation for Ryu to come to meet Ken in San Francisco. Ryu ... See full summary »

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(adr script: Manga Entertainment dub), (adr script: ADV Films dub) (as Steven Rocket) | 1 more credit »

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Episode credited cast:
Kenji Haga ...
Ken Masters
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Ryu (voice)
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Ken Masters (voice) (as Jimmy Theodore)
Kôji Tsujitani ...
Ryû
Michael Sorich ...
Mr. Masters
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Guile (voice)
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Additional Voices (voice) (as Stanley Gurd Jr.)
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Linko
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Brad Atwell ...
Additional Voices
Curtis Billings ...
James / Additional Voices
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Ashura Member #2 (voice)
Francisco Borges ...
Balrog
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Damdo / Bar Patron / Additional Voices (voice)
Daoiz Cabezudo ...
Dhalsim
Leonardo Camilo ...
T. Hawk
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One day on makunai island (off the coast of Japan) Ryu receives a letter from his pen pal from the United States, Ken. It is an invitation for Ryu to come to meet Ken in San Francisco. Ryu accepts this invitation. When Ryu arrives in San Francisco, Ken picks him up and brings him to his house. Then, at night, Ken decides to scope San Francisco for bars, then Ken flirts with one of the air force pilots' girlfriends and gets into a fight. Ken defeats the pilot, but he and Ryu are unaware of their next opponent. Written by John Wiggins

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1998 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Ken is a redhead instead of a blonde in this series. See more »

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