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10th Feb '16 10:57:26 AM PhantomDusclops92
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** The Italian dub featured a lot of changes: Gary changed voice twice (first time at his second appearance in the series, then in Season 12), Brock changed at the end of Season 2, Meowth changed in Season 7 and Dawn in Season 12.
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** The Italian dub featured a lot of changes: Gary changed voice twice (first time at his second appearance in the series, then in Season 12), (Nicola Bartolini Carrassi -> Paolo Sesana -> Massimo Di Benedetto), Brock changed at the end of Season 2, 2 (Nicola Bartolini Carrassi -> Luca Bottale), Meowth changed in Season 7 (Giuseppe Calvetti -> Pietro Ubaldi) and Dawn in Season 12.12 (Tosawi Piovani -> Ludovica De Caro).

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** The In the Italian dub featured a lot of changes: Gary changed dub: *** Nicola Bartolini Carrassi, Genta's voice twice (first time at his second appearance actor, was replaced with Luca Bottale after the first 123 episodes. *** Ai's voice actress, Tosawi Piovani, left the voice acting job in late 2009. So she was replaced with Federica Valenti... who was already in the series, then in Season 12), Brock changed at show as Ayumi's voice. So, to avoid [[TalkingToHimself having Ai and Ayumi with the end same voice]], Patrizia Scianca took the role of Season 2, Meowth changed Ayumi. *** Conan's voice actress, Irene Scalzo, also left her carreer in Season 7 2013, and Dawn in Season 12.Monica Bonetto took the role. This was actually a good replacement, since the latter voice is spot on to the Japanese one.
29th Jan '16 4:02:34 PM nombretomado
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*** Mewtwo was voiced by Jay Goede (credited as Philip Bartlett) in [[Anime/PokemonTheFirstMovie the original movie]], and in ''Mewtwo Returns'', he was voiced by Creator/DanGreen instead for reasons unknown. Female Miriam Pultro later voiced another Mewtwo in the 2013 movie, ''Genesect and the Legend of Awakening'' and its prologue. In addition Masachika Ichimura's Japanese vocals were kept for ''SuperSmashBrosMelee''. *** Also, Pokemon Origins ended up being dubbed in Los Angeles instead of New York, and while few original characters reappeared, the ones that did, such as Brock, Professor Oak, and Giovanni, ended up with different voices. Red's voice was also different from the one he had in SuperSmashBrosBrawl. Justified in that they're different interpretations of the characters.
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*** Mewtwo was voiced by Jay Goede (credited as Philip Bartlett) in [[Anime/PokemonTheFirstMovie the original movie]], and in ''Mewtwo Returns'', he was voiced by Creator/DanGreen instead for reasons unknown. Female Miriam Pultro later voiced another Mewtwo in the 2013 movie, ''Genesect and the Legend of Awakening'' and its prologue. In addition Masachika Ichimura's Japanese vocals were kept for ''SuperSmashBrosMelee''. ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBrosMelee''. *** Also, Pokemon Origins ended up being dubbed in Los Angeles instead of New York, and while few original characters reappeared, the ones that did, such as Brock, Professor Oak, and Giovanni, ended up with different voices. Red's voice was also different from the one he had in SuperSmashBrosBrawl.''VideoGame/SuperSmashBrosBrawl''. Justified in that they're different interpretations of the characters.
23rd Jan '16 1:26:07 PM StFan
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** Creator/AnimEigo licensed and dubbed the original five [=OVAs=] at Coastal Carolina Studios in Wilmington, North Carolina. Pioneer/{{Geneon}} licensed and dubbed the movie and the Mini-Goddess shorts at Animaze in Los Angeles (there was even an Other Darrin here as Urd was voiced by Creator/MaryElizabethMcGlynn in the movie and by Creator/WendeeLee in the shorts). MediaBlasters licensed and dubbed the first season of the TV series at NYAV Post in New York while ADVFilms licensed and dubbed the second season of the TV series with NYAV back with their cast, although this time, the dub was recorded in both New York AND Los Angeles. Interestingly, Urd's movie voice was able to come back and voice Hild, and Belldandy's OVA voice came back to voice Peorth.
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** Creator/AnimEigo licensed and dubbed the original five [=OVAs=] at Coastal Carolina Studios in Wilmington, North Carolina. Pioneer/{{Geneon}} licensed and dubbed the movie and the Mini-Goddess shorts at Animaze in Los Angeles (there was even an Other Darrin here as Urd was voiced by Creator/MaryElizabethMcGlynn in the movie and by Creator/WendeeLee in the shorts). MediaBlasters licensed and dubbed the first season of the TV series at NYAV Post in New York while ADVFilms Creator/ADVFilms licensed and dubbed the second season of the TV series with NYAV back with their cast, although this time, the dub was recorded in both New York AND Los Angeles. Interestingly, Urd's movie voice was able to come back and voice Hild, and Belldandy's OVA voice came back to voice Peorth.
22nd Jan '16 9:19:25 PM Adept
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* When the second season of ''StrikeWitches'' was being produced, SaekoChiba was on maternity leave, so Saori Seto was brought on board to play Mio Sakamoto in the Japanese version. Creator/KiraVincentDavis reprised her role in the English dub though.
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* When the second season of ''StrikeWitches'' ''Manga/StrikeWitches'' was being produced, SaekoChiba Creator/SaekoChiba was on maternity leave, so Saori Seto was brought on board to play Mio Sakamoto in the Japanese version. Creator/KiraVincentDavis reprised her role in the English dub though.
15th Jan '16 6:03:21 PM Adept
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*** Over the years, several ''Gundam'' actors have left their various reasons, such as Mark Gatha (''[[Anime/MobileFighterGGundam G Gundam]]''[='=]s Domon, retired to become a doctor) and MarkHildreth (''[[Anime/MobileSuitGundamWing Gundam Wing]]''[='=]s Heero, who claims he isn't aware of why he has never been called back to voice the character again). This means that their appearances in video games and the like require Darrins. Heero gets a humorously ironic case in ''DynastyWarriorsGundam 3'', where he's played by Creator/BrianDrummond, who appeared in ''Wing'' as Heero's [[TheRival Rival]] and resident CharClone Zechs Merquise.
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*** Over the years, several ''Gundam'' actors have left their various reasons, such as Mark Gatha (''[[Anime/MobileFighterGGundam G Gundam]]''[='=]s Domon, retired to become a doctor) and MarkHildreth Music/MarkHildreth (''[[Anime/MobileSuitGundamWing Gundam Wing]]''[='=]s Heero, who claims he isn't aware of why he has never been called back to voice the character again). This means that their appearances in video games and the like require Darrins. Heero gets a humorously ironic case in ''DynastyWarriorsGundam 3'', where he's played by Creator/BrianDrummond, who appeared in ''Wing'' as Heero's [[TheRival Rival]] and resident CharClone Zechs Merquise.
15th Jan '16 4:04:39 AM Anddrix
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** Also, the new voice actors were cast not on their own acting ability but rather on who could do the best impressions of the previous voice actors. This was obviously to lessen the change from one voice actor to the next, but [[ViewersAreMorons no one was fooled]].
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** Also, the new voice actors were cast not on their own acting ability but rather on who could do the best impressions of the previous voice actors. This was obviously to lessen the change from one voice actor to the next, but [[ViewersAreMorons no one was fooled]].fooled.
4th Jan '16 1:40:45 PM Willbyr
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* The third season of ''StarBlazers'' had a completely different dub cast from the first two seasons, since the dubbing was taken over by Peter Fernandez and his ''Anime/SpeedRacer'' voice team. Interestingly, BillyWest was one of the voice actors in the original cast.
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* The third season of ''StarBlazers'' ''[[Anime/SpaceBattleShipYamato Star Blazers]]'' had a completely different dub cast from the first two seasons, since the dubbing was taken over by Peter Fernandez and his ''Anime/SpeedRacer'' voice team. Interestingly, BillyWest was one of the voice actors in the original cast.
28th Dec '15 7:03:58 AM MajinAkuma
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*** And some of the voice actors still play their characters in ''TsubasaReservoirChronicle'' with some changes. Shogo got two different voice actors in two seasons, Sorata and Arashi got different voice actors in season two, Kusanagi got a different voice actor. Later in ''Tokyo Revelation'', Kusanagi is still played by the same who played him in the ''Tsubasa'' series, Yuuto got Sorata's voice actor from the ''X'' the series and ''Tsubasa'' season 1, who still plays Sorata in the ''Tokyo Revelation'', Yuzuhira is suddenly played by Satsuki's voice actress despite Yuzuhira's voice actress played her in the ''Tsubasa'' series and she's playing Mokona the time whole time, Karen got different voice actresses in the ''Tsubasa'' series and in ''Tokyo Revalation'', and Kakyo got a different voice actor.
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*** And some of the voice actors still play their characters in ''TsubasaReservoirChronicle'' with some changes. Shogo got two different voice actors in two seasons, Sorata and Arashi got different voice actors in season two, Kusanagi got a different voice actor. Later in ''Tokyo Revelation'', Kusanagi is still played by the same who played him in the ''Tsubasa'' series, Yuuto got Sorata's voice actor from the ''X'' the series and ''Tsubasa'' season 1, who still plays Sorata in the ''Tokyo Revelation'', Yuzuhira is suddenly played by Satsuki's voice actress despite Yuzuhira's voice actress played her in the ''Tsubasa'' series and while she's playing Mokona the time whole time, Karen got different voice actresses in the ''Tsubasa'' series and in ''Tokyo Revalation'', and Kakyo got a different voice actor.
28th Dec '15 6:59:16 AM MajinAkuma
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*** The German dub of ''Crystal'' does the same like in the Japanese version. Everyone except Usagi's original voice actress was replaced. In the case of Makoto/Jupiter, it's justified due to Veronika Neugebauer's death (see ''Pokťmon'').

** The German voice actresses of Usagi/Sailor Moon and Luna were replaced in season 2. In the case of Usagi, her voice actress Sabine Bohlmann was pregnant and she gave her role to Ignez GŁnther who played Usagi in all episodes afterward. Bohlmann eventually returned, even in season 2, but as one of Chibiusa's friends. In season 4, Bohlmann played Palla Palla and Diana. However, for the manga reboot, she reprises her role for commercials and in the ''Frankfurter Buchmesse'' (Frankfurt Book Fair).
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** The German voice actresses of Usagi/Sailor Moon and Luna were replaced in season 2. In the case of Usagi, her voice actress Sabine Bohlmann was pregnant and she gave her role to Ignez GŁnther who played Usagi in all episodes afterward. Bohlmann eventually returned, even in season 2, but as one of Chibiusa's friends. In season 4, Bohlmann played Palla Palla and Diana. However, for the manga reboot, she reprises her role for commercials and in the ''Frankfurter Buchmesse'' (Frankfurt Book Fair).Fair) and later in ''Crystal''.
16th Dec '15 12:35:17 AM PurpleWarrior13
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*** They later replaced the entire voice cast when they [[UnCancelled finally got a dub of Stars and the last two movies]] in 2015.
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*** They later Also Usagi ("Bunny") was voiced by Emmanuelle Pailly for the first three seasons and the R movie, but was replaced with Sylvie Jacob for the entire voice cast when they [[UnCancelled SuperS season. *** When the Stars season and the S/SuperS movies and shorts [[UnCanceled were finally got a dub dubbed]] in 2015, they didn't bother getting ''any'' of Stars the original voice actors back, and the last two movies]] in 2015.recast every single returning character.
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