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Yu-Gi-Oh! 

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A young boy named Yugi Muto defeats the world Champion, Seto Kaiba, in a duel with the help of the mysterious Millenium puzzle,the support of the friends and the heart of the cards. Yugi ... See full summary »

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Kazuki Takahashi
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Cast

Series cast summary:
Dan Green ...  Yami Yugi / ... 224 episodes, 2000-2004
Amy Birnbaum ...  Téa Gardner / ... 224 episodes, 2000-2004
Wayne Grayson ...  Joey Wheeler / ... 224 episodes, 2000-2004
Eric Stuart ...  Seto Kaiba / ... 224 episodes, 2000-2004
Gregory Abbey ...  Tristan Taylor 216 episodes, 2000-2004
Megan Hollingshead ...  Mai Valentine 184 episodes, 2000-2003
Marc Thompson Marc Thompson ...  Duke Devlin / ... 181 episodes, 2000-2004
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A young boy named Yugi Muto defeats the world Champion, Seto Kaiba, in a duel with the help of the mysterious Millenium puzzle,the support of the friends and the heart of the cards. Yugi then becomes famous around the world. Yugi and his friend Joey participate in Duels to help save family members. All the way Yugi and the spirit within the puzzle try to understand each other more. Seto Kaiba tries to regain the title he once had. Many characters pop in and out, many are duelists and it makes for some interesting battles. Written by Chrombot

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Great show, love the characters
4 November 2003 | by MagicianGirlSee all my reviews

I agree that the manga is better, but the manga is *always* better. Once a show comes here to America the dubbers screw it up. One way or another. Cuz they direct it at little kids and it's not a show for little kids. The duels annoy me a bit too. I like how they develop the characters and the intricate plots, i don't like watching them throw one duel monster card down after another. The friendship thing is okie, except when we get to Anzu(Tea). She exaggerates the whole friendship thing to the point where i wanna gag. I liked Serenity in the beginning too, but she's turning out to be more like Anzu and that part in the battle city finals where she wanted to take care of Mai...*gag* All in all i like it's a great show if you'll just ignore some parts of it(like Anzu...gosh i hate her) I love Ryou Bakura...*huggles plushie*


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Japan

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Japanese | English

Release Date:

29 September 2001 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Yu-Gi-Oh!: Uncut Version See more »

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