CardCaptors is the American version of the Japanese anime Card Captor Sakura. The main characters are Sakura Avalon and Li Showron, who, assisted by Keroberos (Kero), and Sakura's best ... See full summary »
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Carly McKillip ...  Sakura Avalon 39 episodes, 2000-2001
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CardCaptors is the American version of the Japanese anime Card Captor Sakura. The main characters are Sakura Avalon and Li Showron, who, assisted by Keroberos (Kero), and Sakura's best friend Madison, try to capture the escaped Clow cards, and return them to the mystical book that holds them, the Clow. Also on hand are Sakura's older brother, Tori, and father, Aiden, Tori's best friend, Julian, Li's cousin, Meilin, and various classmates and friends of Sakura and Li. Written by Fawna <fawna@gaea.zzn.com>

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As of 2017, the full Cardcaptors DVD series has not been fully released on DVD, Pioneer/Geneon only released only the first 27 episodes on nine volumes, thus making the series incomplete. See more »

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The American episode #1 is Japanese episode #8, which was followed by #12 See more »

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[about Li]
Keroberos: I still don't see why we had to bring him along.
Sakura: Because, Kero, I gave him my word that if anything else strange happened to us, I would call him. Besides, we could use Li's help.
Keroberos: I guess it wouldn't hurt to have him here after all...
Li: Just what does that mean?
Keroberos: ...yeah, we may need someone to carry our things.
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Alternate Versions

Various names were changed, and episodes were cut down from 70 episodes to 39 episodes for the Cardcaptors dub. See more »

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Referenced in Anime Fiction (2002) See more »

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What could have been
24 July 2015 | by siratlas1968See all my reviews

This English-language anime dub was produced by Nelvana (this animation studio is based in Toronto), but voiced in Vancouver. However, all anime television series and films produced by Nelvana were voiced in Toronto. It's probably because this English-language anime dub starring Sakura Avalon was originally planned to be voiced in Toronto, like all anime television series and films produced by Nelvana. For reasons unknown, it was eventually decided that the adventures of Sakura Avalon should be dubbed in Vancouver. Were the adventures of Sakura Avalon originally planned to be voiced in Toronto and why this dubbing moved to Vancouver? Fortunately for me, there are some animated television series with the voices of Vancouver-based voice talent produced by Nelvana. The best example of it is "Class of the Titans" (2006). The decision that the adventures of Sakura Avalon should be dubbed in Vancouver caused Warner Bros. Animation to record the voices for some animated television series with voice actors associated with The Ocean Group. If the adventures of Sakura Avalon were dubbed in Toronto, Warner Bros. Animation could recorded the voices for these animated television series with Toronto-based voice actors.


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