Live-action series which is an original re-telling of the original Bishoujo Senshi Sailormoon manga and anime series.


Naoko Takeuchi




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2004   2003  


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Series cast summary:
Jun Masuo Jun Masuo ...  Jadeite 45 episodes, 2003-2004
Miyû Sawai Miyû Sawai ...  Sailor Moon / ... 31 episodes, 2003-2004
Rika Izumi Rika Izumi ...  Ami Mizuno / ... 30 episodes, 2003-2004
Aya Sugimoto Aya Sugimoto ...  Queen Beryl 30 episodes, 2003-2004
Keiko Kitagawa ...  Rei Hino / ... 28 episodes, 2003-2004
Joji Shibue Joji Shibue ...  Mamoru Chiba / ... 28 episodes, 2003-2004
Keiko Han Keiko Han ...  Luna 28 episodes, 2003-2004
Ayaka Komatsu Ayaka Komatsu ...  Sailor V / ... 27 episodes, 2003-2004
Myû Azama Myû Azama ...  Makoto Kino / ... 25 episodes, 2003-2004
Kaori Moriwaka Kaori Moriwaka ...  Ikuko Tsukino 25 episodes, 2003-2004
Kappei Yamaguchi ...  Artemis 23 episodes, 2003-2004
Hiroyuki Matsumoto Hiroyuki Matsumoto ...  Nephrite 23 episodes, 2003-2004
Masaya Kikawada Masaya Kikawada ...  Motoki Furuhata 20 episodes, 2003-2004


Usagi Tsukino was a normal school girl until a stuffed cat named Luna literally fell into her life. Next thing she knows, she's the Sailor Senshi known as Sailor Moon and is destined to find the Moon Princess and defeat all evil that comes in her way. But she's not alone though; Sailor Mercury, Mars, Jupiter, Venus and Tuxedo Kamen will help her throughout her battles. This is a live-action series re-telling of the Bishoujo Senshi Sailormoon manga and anime series and doesn't follow exactly to the original. (i.e: Minako actually is an idol, CROWN Gaming Center has been changed to a karaoke center, Luna is a stuffed animal.) Written by Skye-chan

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Release Date:

4 October 2003 (Japan) See more »

Also Known As:

Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon See more »

Filming Locations:

Tokyo, Japan

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(49 episodes)


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Did You Know?


Pop-idol Minako Aino (known secretly as Sailor V and Sailorvenus) sings the hit "C'est la Vie", which sounds very much like "Sailor V". Her other songs include "Romance" (a reference to the goddess Venus), "Kinsei ni Katagoshi" (which translates as "Venus over the Shoulder") and her album is entitled "Venus", all tongue-in-cheek hints to her secret identity. Minako Aino is Usagi Tsukino's favorite singer. See more »


In Act 20, when Venus and Mars are cartwheeling in the chapel to avoid the Youma's attack, their shoes are flats instead of heels. See more »


Minako Aino: Remember it yourself.
Rei Hino: Eh?
Minako Aino: With the power of your will, when the Senshi in you awakens, you'll understand everything. I'll be waiting for that.
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Remake of Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon (1992) See more »


Kirari ' Sailor Dream
(Opening theme)
Written by Naoko Takeuchi
Performed by Sae
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I never thought I'm going to write this, but "PGSM" was excellent
29 November 2005 | by IkuharaKunihikoSee all my reviews

In 1992 a very popular anime was released, "Sailor Moon". In 2003, as some sort of a 10 year anniversary, "PGSM", the live action version of the anime, was made. The story is probably known to everyone: Usagi, a normal teenage girl living in Tokyo, meets a talking cat named Luna ( in this version a stuffed puppet ) and gets a mission to transform into Sailor Moon and fight against evil forces of Queen Beryl...

Although the live action is weaker than the anime ( the flaws are plot holes, the lack of spectacle, the mild intensity and the range of the story ) it is much better than it seems. In some other director's hands this could have ended in an catastrophe, but in Ryuta Tazaki's hand "PGSM" turned out to be an excellent show. The wild enthusiasm of the authors and their weird special effects are incredible: Ami's transformation into evil Sailor Mercury is somehow cool. Actually, it's rather got „show-off" written all over it ( when she stomps her boot into the water, and then those dark purple „wings" on her dress ), but it's stylish. Or the Sailor Luna ( a 10 year old girl form of Luna )transformation: it was so hilarious and senseless! You see her shake her butt, then Luna shows up, then there are psychedelic colors in the background, the girl makes some moves as if she is licking her hands as a cat and … presto, she is a sailor senshi too. Rarely will you ever see more kitsch than you get to in that transformation scene. But the authors still did it without a blink of the eye, and you have to give them credit for such courage.


Miyuu Sawai is absolutely fantastic as Usagi. It's almost impossible not to like her. She is wonderful in many of the comical situations ( when she has a huge fight with her mom a frightened Shingo is hiding under the table and eating his breakfast ) and later proves to be equally effective in drama ( her mourning all day long in bed after finding out Mamoru is already engaged ). The weird part of the story had Minako being a famous rock star, but even that worked. "PGSM" is a sight to behold. In their mix of camp and art, the authors bravely turned the impossible things of the anime into reality ( the costumes, demons, flashing rays )and got away with it. I counted all the grades of all the Act's and the show's average grade is 8.3/10, believe it or not. I don't know how they did it, but they did.

Grade: 8/10

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