A shy duelist stumbles upon the legendary Red Eyes Black Dragon, with that card in his possession, he must learn to bring out his confidence to duel.

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Credited cast:
Yumi Kakazu ...
Anzu Mazaki (voice)
Hisako Kyôda ...
Shopkeeper (voice)
Konomi Maeda ...
Satoshi (voice)
Hikaru Midorikawa ...
Seto Kaiba (voice)
Toshiyuki Morikawa ...
Yukana Nogami ...
Miho Nosaka (voice)
Megumi Ogata ...
Yuugi Mutou (voice)
Ryôtarô Okiayu ...
Hiroto Honda (voice)
Emi Uwagawa ...
Shun (voice)
Eiko Yamada ...
Shougo Aoyama (voice) (as Eiko Hisamura)
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A shy duelist stumbles upon the legendary Red Eyes Black Dragon, with that card in his possession, he must learn to bring out his confidence to duel.

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The card that Shougo Aoyama gets in the film is the Red-Eyes Black Dragon. See more »

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Yuugi Mutou: Shougo-kun... I heard you've stopped playing the card game lately.
Shougo Aoyama: Because my victory is already assured. That's why I don't play.
Yuugi Mutou: Ignoring today's tournament. Are you really okay not playing games? What about your dream to become a duelist?
Shougo Aoyama: I'm fine! I'm strong! I have this card!
Yuugi Mutou: Shougo-kun... Do you really think that? Really?
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Edited into Yu-Gi-Oh!: The Other Abridged Movie (2008) See more »

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Kawaita Sakebi
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Filler episode with production values
29 November 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This 30-minute movie is little more than a slightly longer episode of the first anime series, also known as "Season Zero." If you have never seen either series or read the manga, you have no reason to be aware of this movie's existence.

A wussy kid obtains a super-rare card, and rather than using the card to help him win card games, he avoids playing because he's scared of failure. Kaiba tries to force him and Yugi to join a card tournament, but the kid manages to just sit in the audience and be wussy until Jonouchi (better known in English as Joey) convinces him to stop being wussy and tell Yugi to beat Kaiba.

Short and pointless, this movie is just an excuse for another Yugi vs Kaiba duel. Themes of friendship pervaded the original anime series, but the closest this movie gets to any such thing is what amounts to an anonymous extra getting inspired to try playing games.


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