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23rd Apr '18 7:00:44 PM hipsterelephant
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* The English Dub of Anime/AThousandAndOneNights once existed back in 1969 (which cut out about 20 minutes), but it only played in very few theaters, where it bombed and is now lost to time.
4th Mar '18 5:38:05 AM BatDan
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* The HotSpringsEpisode of ''Manga/OutlawStar'' was dropped from the dub on Cartoon Network, since it'd take too long and cost too much money to digitally cover the sheer number of naked breasts and crotch on the female characters and tone down some of the sexually suggestive lines. There does exist an edited version for pre-watershed screening, but due to the adult content of the episode, the edit has a vastly shorter run time. The episode ''was'' shown, although with some apparent cuts, on the short-lived CNX Channel in the UK and is available on DVD uncut and uncensored.

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* The HotSpringsEpisode of ''Manga/OutlawStar'' was dropped from the dub on Cartoon Network, since it'd take too long and cost too much money to digitally cover the sheer number of naked breasts and crotch on the female characters and tone down some of the sexually suggestive lines. There does exist an edited version for pre-watershed screening, but due to the adult content of the episode, the edit has a vastly shorter run time. The episode ''was'' shown, although with some apparent cuts, on the short-lived CNX Channel in the UK and is available on DVD uncut and uncensored. This eventually got averted in 2018 when the revived Toonami block aired it with mild edits.
25th Jan '18 2:55:38 AM Technomaru
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* Episode 33 of the anime ''Manga/BoboboboBobobo'' was never dubbed in America as it is a clip show/recap episode.
13th Dec '17 4:48:00 PM nombretomado
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* The Creator/DiCEntertainment dub of ''Anime/SailorMoon'' threw out several episodes entirely. These were not seen (legally) in the US until the uncensored, subtitled [[Creator/ADVFilms ADV]] release. Even that did not include ''Sailor Moon R'' episode 67, a BeachEpisode with no relation to the rest of the plot ''or'' the setting of the show; it has Chibi-Usa befriending a baby dinosaur on an island off the coast of (then) current-day Japan. It was claimed by an ADV representative that Creator/NaokoTakeuchi despised that episode (as did the director), and that Toei refused to license it, although the episode showed up in other countries' adaptations. (This is acceptably {{Parodied}} in [[http://www.sailorenergy.net/SMMiniMangas/SMARTEnglishDubEpisode64Omitted01.html this fanart here]].) Later, it was clarified that ADV had obtained its masters from Creator/DiC, whose materials lacked the episode. It wasn't seen legally in the US until 2015 when it was included in Viz's simulcast of the original anime.
** [=DiC=] skipped over Episode 6 because of a sequence where Usagi disguises herself as an "adult" (a skimpy outfit with an exposed midriff) in order to infiltrate an adults-only jazz club. Episodes 2 and 5 were also skipped (made fun of in these fanarts [[http://www.sailorenergy.net/ArtworkJAFanarts/SMARTEnglishDubOmitted2ndEpisodea.jpg here]] and [[http://www.sailorenergy.net/ArtworkJAFanarts/SMARTEnglishDubOmitted5thEpisode.jpg here]]), but, other than one or two scenes with easily-editable objectionable content, they were most likely skipped due to DiC wanting to burn through "solo Sailor Moon" episodes as quickly as possible.
** Episode 89 was skipped in several countries, but oddly not in the Creator/DiC dub. That and the fact that it was a clip show led many fans to think it was made by DiC, even though it was part of the Japanese run.

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* The Creator/DiCEntertainment dub of ''Anime/SailorMoon'' threw out several episodes entirely. These were not seen (legally) in the US until the uncensored, subtitled [[Creator/ADVFilms ADV]] release. Even that did not include ''Sailor Moon R'' episode 67, a BeachEpisode with no relation to the rest of the plot ''or'' the setting of the show; it has Chibi-Usa befriending a baby dinosaur on an island off the coast of (then) current-day Japan. It was claimed by an ADV representative that Creator/NaokoTakeuchi despised that episode (as did the director), and that Toei refused to license it, although the episode showed up in other countries' adaptations. (This is acceptably {{Parodied}} in [[http://www.sailorenergy.net/SMMiniMangas/SMARTEnglishDubEpisode64Omitted01.html this fanart here]].) Later, it was clarified that ADV had obtained its masters from Creator/DiC, [=DiC=], whose materials lacked the episode. It wasn't seen legally in the US until 2015 when it was included in Viz's simulcast of the original anime.
** [=DiC=] skipped over Episode 6 because of a sequence where Usagi disguises herself as an "adult" (a skimpy outfit with an exposed midriff) in order to infiltrate an adults-only jazz club. Episodes 2 and 5 were also skipped (made fun of in these fanarts [[http://www.sailorenergy.net/ArtworkJAFanarts/SMARTEnglishDubOmitted2ndEpisodea.jpg here]] and [[http://www.sailorenergy.net/ArtworkJAFanarts/SMARTEnglishDubOmitted5thEpisode.jpg here]]), but, other than one or two scenes with easily-editable objectionable content, they were most likely skipped due to DiC [=DiC=] wanting to burn through "solo Sailor Moon" episodes as quickly as possible.
** Episode 89 was skipped in several countries, but oddly not in the Creator/DiC [=DiC=] dub. That and the fact that it was a clip show led many fans to think it was made by DiC, [=DiC=], even though it was part of the Japanese run.
2nd Nov '17 7:23:18 PM HamburgerTime
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* The ''Anime/YuGiOh5Ds'' dub skipped about a dozen episodes, jumping from Yusei's duel with Placido straight to the setup for the duel with Team Ragnarok and skipping over the Crimson Devil arc as well as the duel with Team Taiyo. This was followed up by 4Kids cutting the rest of the series after the duel with Aporia, meaning that the whole storyline with the Arc Cradle was cut alongside finding out who ZONE really was, and the final duel between Yusei and Jack was also removed due to this.

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* The ''Anime/YuGiOh5Ds'' dub skipped about a dozen episodes, jumping from Yusei's duel with Placido straight to the setup for the duel with Team Ragnarok and skipping over the Crimson Devil arc as well as the duel with Team Taiyo. This was followed up by 4Kids cutting the rest of the series after the duel with Aporia, meaning that the whole storyline with the Arc Cradle was cut alongside finding out who ZONE really was, and the final duel between Yusei and Jack was also removed due to this. These episodes were eventually released with official subtitles on Website/{{Crunchyroll}}, as well as ''GX'' season 4.
27th Oct '17 11:11:01 AM GlitteringFlowers
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* Nippon's "Grimm's Fairy Tale Classics" did have dubs for all of the episodes, but many were unaired in the U.S., or were pulled from reairing:

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* Nippon's "Grimm's Fairy Tale Classics" "Anime/GrimmsFairyTaleClassics" did have dubs for all of the episodes, but many were unaired in the U.S., or were pulled from reairing:
3rd Oct '17 8:56:31 PM rjd1922
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* The DiC dub of ''Anime/SailorMoon'' threw out several episodes entirely. These were not seen (legally) in the US until the uncensored, subtitled [[Creator/ADVFilms ADV]] release. Even that did not include ''Sailor Moon R'' episode 67, a BeachEpisode with no relation to the rest of the plot ''or'' the setting of the show; it has Chibi-Usa befriending a baby dinosaur on an island off the coast of (then) current-day Japan. It was claimed by an ADV representative that Creator/NaokoTakeuchi despised that episode (as did the director), and that Toei refused to license it, although the episode showed up in other countries' adaptations. (This is acceptably {{Parodied}} in [[http://www.sailorenergy.net/SMMiniMangas/SMARTEnglishDubEpisode64Omitted01.html this fanart here]].) Later, it was clarified that ADV had obtained its masters from Creator/DiC, whose materials lacked the episode. It wasn't seen legally in the US until 2015 when it was included in Viz's simulcast of the original anime.
** DiC skipped over Episode 6 because of a sequence where Usagi disguises herself as an "adult" (a skimpy outfit with an exposed midriff) in order to infiltrate an adults-only jazz club. Episodes 2 and 5 were also skipped (made fun of in these fanarts [[http://www.sailorenergy.net/ArtworkJAFanarts/SMARTEnglishDubOmitted2ndEpisodea.jpg here]] and [[http://www.sailorenergy.net/ArtworkJAFanarts/SMARTEnglishDubOmitted5thEpisode.jpg here]]), but, other than one or two scenes with easily-editable objectionable content, they were most likely skipped due to DiC wanting to burn through "solo Sailor Moon" episodes as quickly as possible.

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* The DiC Creator/DiCEntertainment dub of ''Anime/SailorMoon'' threw out several episodes entirely. These were not seen (legally) in the US until the uncensored, subtitled [[Creator/ADVFilms ADV]] release. Even that did not include ''Sailor Moon R'' episode 67, a BeachEpisode with no relation to the rest of the plot ''or'' the setting of the show; it has Chibi-Usa befriending a baby dinosaur on an island off the coast of (then) current-day Japan. It was claimed by an ADV representative that Creator/NaokoTakeuchi despised that episode (as did the director), and that Toei refused to license it, although the episode showed up in other countries' adaptations. (This is acceptably {{Parodied}} in [[http://www.sailorenergy.net/SMMiniMangas/SMARTEnglishDubEpisode64Omitted01.html this fanart here]].) Later, it was clarified that ADV had obtained its masters from Creator/DiC, whose materials lacked the episode. It wasn't seen legally in the US until 2015 when it was included in Viz's simulcast of the original anime.
** DiC [=DiC=] skipped over Episode 6 because of a sequence where Usagi disguises herself as an "adult" (a skimpy outfit with an exposed midriff) in order to infiltrate an adults-only jazz club. Episodes 2 and 5 were also skipped (made fun of in these fanarts [[http://www.sailorenergy.net/ArtworkJAFanarts/SMARTEnglishDubOmitted2ndEpisodea.jpg here]] and [[http://www.sailorenergy.net/ArtworkJAFanarts/SMARTEnglishDubOmitted5thEpisode.jpg here]]), but, other than one or two scenes with easily-editable objectionable content, they were most likely skipped due to DiC wanting to burn through "solo Sailor Moon" episodes as quickly as possible.



* The original 4Kids dub of ''Franchise/OnePiece'' skipped a number of episodes (read: nearly ''forty'') during its run on Cartoon Network. Part of this was accomplished by cutting slower-paced episodes together, but much of it was due to ''skipping entire story arcs'' to introduce "marketable" characters more quickly, leading to some truly gargantuan [[DubInducedPlotHole plot holes.]] The episodes stopped being "missing" in the US after Toei handed the series to Creator/{{FUNimation}}, who promptly got to work on making an uncut release.

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* The original 4Kids Creator/FourKidsEntertainment dub of ''Franchise/OnePiece'' skipped a number of episodes (read: nearly ''forty'') during its run on Cartoon Network. Part of this was accomplished by cutting slower-paced episodes together, but much of it was due to ''skipping entire story arcs'' to introduce "marketable" characters more quickly, leading to some truly gargantuan [[DubInducedPlotHole plot holes.]] The episodes stopped being "missing" in the US after Toei handed the series to Creator/{{FUNimation}}, who promptly got to work on making an uncut release.


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* The 2007 film adaptation of ''Manga/JojosBizarreAdventurePhantomBlood'' could only be watched during its brief theatrical run in Japan. The film's theatrical release was cut short due to negative reactions from fans and Creator/HirohikoAraki himself, and any chances of it being released on home video were shattered after A.P.P.P. got themselves into hot water due to a scene of Dio reading the Quar'an in the ''Stardust Cruaders'' OVA. However, a university student was able to get a hold of the first 15-minutes of the film from an art professor who had connections to the studio and it is the only way to watch the film. However there is no voice acting, and most of it is in animatic form. Though the trailer for the film is still viewable and features fully animated clips with voice acting.
19th Sep '17 3:39:38 AM mimitchi33
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** Another hard to find thing about Sazae-san is a RunningGag that appeared at the end of each episode from 1969 to 1991, in which Sazae would toss a bean or rice cake in the air and would catch it in her mouth at the end of each show. The stunt was imitated by viewers. In 1990, a child choked to death doing this, and just like the Hawaii Five-0 episode "Bored She Hung Herself" (which was also banned when someone in RealLife tried to imitate the stunt shown on TV, though ''Hawaii Five-O'''s didn't involve eating tossed food), it vanished off the face of the earth, and was replaced with a rock-paper-scissors game between Sazae and the viewers at home.

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** Another hard to find thing about Sazae-san is a RunningGag that appeared at the end of each episode from 1969 to 1991, in which Sazae would toss a bean or rice cake in the air and would catch it in her mouth at the end of each show. The stunt show, which was often imitated by viewers. In 1990, a child choked to death doing this, and just like the Hawaii Five-0 episode "Bored She Hung Herself" (which [[note]]which was also banned when someone in RealLife tried to imitate the stunt shown on TV, though ''Hawaii Five-O'''s didn't involve eating tossed food), food[[/note]], it vanished off the face of the earth, and was replaced with a rock-paper-scissors game between Sazae and the viewers at home.
3rd Aug '17 9:30:38 PM PurpleWarrior13
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* The first season of ''Anime/DragonBallGT'' lost fourteen of the sixteen episodes when first shown on Creator/CartoonNetwork, and were replaced by a single, American-only episode to pick up the pace of the storyline. The missing episodes were later shown for its second run, which was advertised as ''Dragon Ball GT: The Lost Episodes''. [[BatmanGambit It's worth noting that fanboys had been trashing these episodes since 1997, but the second they were "lost", they were in hot demand]].

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* The first season of ''Anime/DragonBallGT'' lost fourteen of the sixteen episodes when first shown on Creator/CartoonNetwork, and were replaced by a single, American-only episode recap episode, to pick up the pace of the storyline. The missing episodes were later shown for its second run, which was advertised as ''Dragon Ball GT: The Lost Episodes''. [[BatmanGambit It's worth noting that fanboys had been trashing these episodes since 1997, but the second they were "lost", they were in hot demand]].
10th Jul '17 10:28:13 PM PatPayne
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* A borderline case exists with the manga ''Manga/KuniGaMoeru''. The manga, which chronicled a Japanese family in Manchuria from the late Taisho era on through the end of World War Two, included a chapter dealing with the NankingMassacre. A group of... [[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgement concerned citizens?]] complained that the reference photos that the artist used for depictions of the incident were inaccurate and in their opinion forgeries. This same group further... um... [[PoliticallyCorrectHistory disputes the historical accounts of the Massacre]]... and so put pressure on Shueisha, the publisher, to suspend the manga (it was later reinstated and allowed to finish) and remove the offending 21 pages from all but the original serial magazine run. If you can't find a original copy of the issue of ''Young Jump'' the uncensored version ran in or find the few pages posted on the net here or there, it is pretty much a lost episode.
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