History Trivia / CardCaptorSakura

23rd Aug '17 3:00:53 PM PrincessGwen
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* CareerResurrection: After their career fluctuated with the controversial ''Tsubusa Chronicle'' and ''xxxHolic'' endings, the negative reception of ''Anime/BloodC'' and their newer works which are a hit-or-miss, CLAMP released the sequel of ''Cardcaptor Sakura'' in 2016 which earned good sales and an 2018 anime series with the old cast and staff returning.

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* CareerResurrection: After their career fluctuated with the controversial ''Tsubusa Chronicle'' and ''xxxHolic'' endings, the negative reception of ''Anime/BloodC'' and their newer works which are a hit-or-miss, CLAMP released the sequel of ''Cardcaptor Sakura'' in 2016 which earned good sales and an a 2018 anime series with the old cast and staff returning.



** In less degree, it was also Creator/SakuraTange's breakout role in Japanese for the same character.

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** In less a lesser degree, it was also Creator/SakuraTange's breakout role in Japanese for the same character.
15th Aug '17 6:22:59 AM Tenma-Yuuki
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* BrokenBase: The two dubs (see below). The Nelvana dub gets flack for its heavily localized script adaptation, music changes, and edits, while the voice acting is mostly seen as decent. The dub also has nostalgia appeal to some. The Animax dub gets flack for its cheaper production values and mostly weak voice acting (with ''lots'' of TalkingToHerself), but praise for its faithful script adaptation, and Andrea Kwan's performance as Sakura. To many, it's a case of "pick your poison," and don't bother with either dub.
31st Jul '17 8:55:21 PM PurpleWarrior13
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** Also the English dub of ''The Sealed Card'', as the rights were granted to another studio instead of Nelvana, meaning an entirely different voice cast closer to that of the Japanese original.

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** Also the English dub of ''The Sealed Card'', as the rights were granted to another studio (Geneon/Bang Zoom) instead of Nelvana, Nelvana/Ocean, meaning an entirely different voice cast closer to that of the Japanese original.original (eg. Creator/KariWahlgren instead of Carly [=McKillip=] as Sakura).
** Also, in the Animax dub, Tomoyo's voice changes from Sarah Hauser ([[TalkingToHerself who also voices Kero]]) to Claudia Thompson after a few episodes.
31st Jul '17 8:53:11 PM PurpleWarrior13
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* BrokenBase: The two dubs (see below). The Nelvana dub gets flack for its heavily localized script adaptation, music changes, and edits, while the voice acting is mostly seen as decent. The dub also has nostalgia appeal to some. The Animax dub gets flack for its cheaper production values and mostly weak voice acting (with ''lots'' of TalkingToHerself), but praise for its faithful script adaptation, and Andrea Kwan's performance as Sakura. To many, it's "pick your poison," and don't bother with either dub.

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* BrokenBase: The two dubs (see below). The Nelvana dub gets flack for its heavily localized script adaptation, music changes, and edits, while the voice acting is mostly seen as decent. The dub also has nostalgia appeal to some. The Animax dub gets flack for its cheaper production values and mostly weak voice acting (with ''lots'' of TalkingToHerself), but praise for its faithful script adaptation, and Andrea Kwan's performance as Sakura. To many, it's a case of "pick your poison," and don't bother with either dub.
31st Jul '17 8:52:19 PM PurpleWarrior13
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* BrokenBase: The two dubs (see below). The Nelvana dub gets flack for its heavily localized script adaptation, music changes, and edits, while the voice acting is mostly seen as decent. The dub also has nostalgia appeal to some. The Animax dub gets flack for its cheaper production values and mostly weak voice acting (with ''lots'' of TalkingToHerself), but praise for its faithful script adaptation, and Andrea Kwan's performance as Sakura. To many, it's "pick your poison," and don't bother with either dub.



* ColbertBump: When NIS America announced that they're releasing the series with the Filipino-English Animax dub, along with the fact that it's on Crunchyroll, many people checked it out due to sheer curiosity. Now because of its newfound exposure, there's a BrokenBase over whether the Animax or Nelvana dub is better.

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* ColbertBump: When NIS America announced that they're releasing the series with the Filipino-English Hong Kong-English Animax dub, along with the fact that it's on Crunchyroll, many people checked it out due to sheer curiosity. Now because of its newfound exposure, there's a BrokenBase over whether the Animax or Nelvana dub is better.better (or ''worse'').
31st Jul '17 8:41:46 PM PurpleWarrior13
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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Despite dubbing all 70 episodes and broadcasting in several channels and licensing it worldwide, only a handful of episodes were released on home video. Leaving the other episodes to fade into oblivion. When the dubbed Cardcaptors and the subbed Cardcaptor Sakura were released simultaneously, the subtitled version outsold the dub. With low DVD sales, the companies that were releasing them suspended releasing the dubbed episodes and focused on getting the subbed versions out.
** And now, because Geneon basically went out of business in the States, every DVD of the series and movies ever released is now out-of-print.
** The [=DVD=]s had gone OOP even before Geneon USA folded, sadly.
** Not any more, at least for the subtitled version, as Australia will be getting the subtitled version on DVD (using the recent remaster as a base as well) with the first half coming out in September 2012. Though the dubbed versions will still remain as this.
** Fortunately, DiscotekMedia announced that they licensed the first movie and released the remastered version in 2014. [[Creator/NipponIchi NISAmerica]] also got the series, and they released it fully remastered, with the Animax dub (it's in mono only but better than nothing). Also, Crunchyroll will now be streaming the series, along with the Animax dub.
** Sadly, the second movie remains stuck in the limbo, at least in North America. Even more frustrating considering it's the SeriesFinale.

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* DuelingDubs: There are two English dubs of the series. One was done by Nelvana with Ocean Studios in Vancouver, and was very much [[{{Macekre}} Macekred]], but still covered all 70 episodes, and the first movie. Another dub was made by Animax with Omni Productions in Hong Kong, and was mostly uncut and faithful (with only a few brief scenes cut). The Nelvana dub aired in the UK, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand while a heavily bowdlerized 39-episode version aired in the US on [=KidsWB=] and Toonami. The Animax dub mostly aired in South Asia and South East Asia, and was later included as a bonus feature on NIS America's Blu-ray release. Discotek's release of the first movie retains Nelvana's dub. The second movie got an independent dub from Bang Zoom in Los Angeles with a third cast.
* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Despite dubbing all 70 episodes and broadcasting in several channels and licensing it worldwide, only a handful of episodes were released on home video. Leaving the other episodes to fade into oblivion. When the dubbed Cardcaptors and the subbed Cardcaptor Sakura were released simultaneously, the subtitled version outsold the dub. With low DVD sales, the companies that were releasing them suspended releasing the dubbed episodes and focused on getting the subbed versions out.
** And now, because Geneon basically went out of business in the States, every DVD of the
The series and movies ever released was this for a long time in English after Pioneer/Geneon folded. The TV series is now out-of-print.
** The [=DVD=]s had gone OOP even before Geneon USA folded, sadly.
** Not any more, at least for the subtitled version, as Australia will be getting the subtitled version
in print on DVD (using the recent remaster as a base as well) with the first half coming out in September 2012. Though the dubbed versions will still remain as this.
** Fortunately, DiscotekMedia announced that they licensed
and/or Blu-ray from NIS America (North America) and Madman (Australia/New Zealand), and the first movie and released the remastered version in 2014. [[Creator/NipponIchi NISAmerica]] also got the series, and they released it fully remastered, with the Animax dub (it's in mono only but better than nothing). Also, Crunchyroll will now be streaming the series, along with the Animax dub.
** Sadly,
is on DVD/Blu-ray from Discotek. However, the second movie remains stuck out-of-print, and no part of the series is legally available in the limbo, at least in North America. Even more frustrating considering it's UK. In addition, aside from the SeriesFinale.first movie, no part of the Nelvana dub is legally available anywhere, and much of it was ''never'' released to disc.
21st Apr '17 11:06:35 PM sayaleviathan
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* CareerResurrection: After their career fluctuated with the controversial ''Tsubusa Chronicle'' and ''xxxHolic'' endings, the negative reception of ''Anime/BloodC'' and their newer hit-or-miss works, CLAMP released the sequel of ''Cardcaptor Sakura'' in 2016 which earned good sales and an 2018 anime series with the old cast and staff returning.

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* CareerResurrection: After their career fluctuated with the controversial ''Tsubusa Chronicle'' and ''xxxHolic'' endings, the negative reception of ''Anime/BloodC'' and their newer hit-or-miss works, works which are a hit-or-miss, CLAMP released the sequel of ''Cardcaptor Sakura'' in 2016 which earned good sales and an 2018 anime series with the old cast and staff returning.
21st Apr '17 2:46:40 AM sayaleviathan
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* CareerResurrection: After their career fluctuated with the controversial ''Tsubusa Chronicle'' and ''xxxHolic'' endings, the negative reception of ''Anime/BloodC'' and their newer hit-or-miss works, CLAMP released the sequel of ''Cardcaptor Sakura'' in 2016 which earned good sales and an 2018 anime series with the old cast and staff returning.
28th Oct '16 10:23:11 AM Sakubara
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** Similarly, Creator/NozomuSasaki and Creator/MegumiOgata were both in ''Anime/YuYuHakusho'' with the latter playing practically the same character as Yukito[[spoiler:/Yue]].
24th Aug '16 8:50:04 AM Cieloazul
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** Good news: DiscotekMedia has announced that they licensed the first movie and will release the remastered version in 2014.
*** More good news: [[Creator/NipponIchi NISAmerica]] just got the series, and they're releasing it fully remastered, with the Animax dub (it's in mono only but better than nothing).
*** [[RuleOfthree Even more good news,]] Crunchyroll will now be streaming the series, along with the Animax dub.

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** Good news: Fortunately, DiscotekMedia has announced that they licensed the first movie and will release released the remastered version in 2014.
*** More good news:
2014. [[Creator/NipponIchi NISAmerica]] just also got the series, and they're releasing they released it fully remastered, with the Animax dub (it's in mono only but better than nothing).
*** [[RuleOfthree Even more good news,]]
nothing). Also, Crunchyroll will now be streaming the series, along with the Animax dub.



* NamesTheSame: ''Cardcaptor Sakura'' isn't the only series with [[Series/PowerRangersMysticForce a videographer named Madison]], the dub name for Daidoji Tomoyo.
* RealityIsUnrealistic: Sakura's dub voice actor received a lot of flack for sounding too much like a teenager or like a boy due to her low-pitched tone. In reality, [=Carly McKillip=] was 11 when she started doing the voice.

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* NamesTheSame: ''Cardcaptor Sakura'' isn't the only series with [[Series/PowerRangersMysticForce a videographer named Madison]], the dub name for Daidoji Tomoyo.
* RealityIsUnrealistic: Sakura's dub voice actor actress received a lot of flack for sounding too much like a teenager or like a boy due to her low-pitched tone. In reality, [=Carly McKillip=] was 11 when she started doing the voice.voice.
* OneHitWonder: Sakura's Spanish voice actress, Isabel Gaudí, is pretty much known only for this work. She had just one important work before voicing Sakura, and afterwards went to voice only a handful of minor roles before retiring from voice acting altogether and turning to sporadic TV acting.



** In Spain, the movies's rights were bought by a different distributor and the product got a completely new voice cast, despite the voice cast from the series being disponible for a special work like they did with the ''Anime/DigimonAdventure'' movie the same year. This gratuitous change (which came complete with a perceivedly shoddy translation, unlike the accurate adaptation made with the series) was deeply disliked by the fandom, and a redub with the original voices was asked for years to no avail.

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** In Spain, the movies's rights movies were bought by a different distributor from the series's, and the product got a they gave it completely new voice cast, despite the voice original cast from the series being disponible for a special work like they did with the ''Anime/DigimonAdventure'' movie the same year. This gratuitous change (which came complete with a perceivedly shoddy translation, unlike the accurate adaptation made with the series) was deeply disliked by the fandom, and a redub with the original voices was asked for years to no avail.
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