Fullmetal Alchemist (2003–2004)
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Hohenheim of Light 

Hikari no hôenhaimu (original title)
With the mastermind behind the seven sins organizing a plan to capture the boys as well, Ed and Al must convince Mustang's faction that the Fuhrer is not what he seems. The strange ... See full summary »

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Edward Elric (voice)
Aaron Dismuke ...
Alphonse Elric (voice)
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Winry Rockbell (voice)
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Hohenheim (voice)
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Pinako Rockbell (voice)
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Roy Mustang (voice)
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Alex Louis Armstrong (voice) (as Christopher R. Sabat)
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Riza Hawkeye / Rose Thomas (voice)
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Sloth (voice)
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Lyra / Dante (voice)
Gwendolyn Lau ...
Sciezka (voice)
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Lust (voice)
Chris Cason ...
Gluttony (voice)
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Wrath (voice)
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Vato Falman (voice)
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With the mastermind behind the seven sins organizing a plan to capture the boys as well, Ed and Al must convince Mustang's faction that the Fuhrer is not what he seems. The strange reappearance of their father only complicates things further, as we learn he has his own score to settle...one that goes to root of this entire conspiracy. Written by FUNimation Entertainment

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28 January 2006 (USA)  »

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Jean Havoc: [arm in a sling] Colonel... would you mind getting my cigarettes for me?
Colonel Roy Mustang: [grabs Havoc's cigarettes from his jacket, looks at them, and then puts them in his own] Get well soon, Havoc.
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