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Luffy Kanzen Houi! Teitoku Nelson no Hisaku 

The Going Merry is avoiding the line of fire from the Marine Ships of the 8th Divison. Admiral Nelson is entertained by the whole thing, and tells a marine official to send out a flag ... See full summary »

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Monkey D. Luffy (voice)
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Tony Beck ...
Roronoa Zoro (voice)
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Lieutenant Commander (voice)
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Nami (voice)
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Monkey D. Luffy (voice)
Robert Colin ...
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Craig Dvorak ...
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Jerome Fifty-Seven ...
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Cris George ...
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Ray Gestaut ...
Nelson (voice)
Kenny Green ...
Eric the Whilwind (voice)
Jason Grundy ...
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Sean Hennigan ...
Gold Roger (voice)
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Sanji (voice)
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The Going Merry is avoiding the line of fire from the Marine Ships of the 8th Divison. Admiral Nelson is entertained by the whole thing, and tells a marine official to send out a flag signal telling Major that they have it under control. Erik however isn't going to let the Admiral get the Sennenryuu for himself. And asks the Major for 3 capable men and a rowboat. Luffy, Sanji, and Zoro took Usopp's idea of cutting the steal chains seriously and will use that for their plan in getting out of here. So Luffy used his Gomu Gomu Bridge, so he, Sanji, and Zoro can get on board one of the ships. They find themselves surrounded by armed marines. Which wasn't a problem for them, as they beat the hell out of all of them. Admiral Nelson couldn't believe that they're winning. While Apis was surprised on how strong her friends are. Zoro cut down the steal chain barriers, while Nami and Usopp guide the Going Merry to their soon to be exit. But the were stopped by Erik, who's on a rowboat with 3 ... Written by J LeGault

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21 February 2001 (Japan)  »

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RUN! RUN! RUN!
Lyrics by Maki Otsuki
Composed by Junta Mori
Arranged by Junta Mori
Performed by Maki Otsuki
[Ending theme]
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