History Trivia / TheVisionOfEscaflowne

15th Jan '17 12:17:24 PM GlitteringFlowers
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* StarMakingRole: Hitomi was Creator/MaayaSakamoto's breakthrough role as a voice actress in Japan, and ''Escaflowne'' was also her start in her singing career. She initially was hired only to do voice acting, but then Music/YokoKanno, the series' music composer, thought she was perfect for singing, too.

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Hitomi was Creator/MaayaSakamoto's breakthrough role as a voice actress in Japan, and ''Escaflowne'' was also her start in her singing career. She initially was hired only to do voice acting, but then Music/YokoKanno, the series' music composer, thought she was perfect for singing, too.too.
** In the Latin-American side, while Van Fanel wasn't [[Manga/SaintSeiya the first known role]] of [[Creator/JoseGilbertoVilchis José Gilberto "Pepe" Vilchis]], it certainly gave his voice acting career quite the boost.
30th Dec '16 12:41:12 AM C2
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** The new Creator/FUNimation redub of the show will invoke this yet again with an entire new cast. [[Anime/DragonBallZ It's not the first]] [[Anime/{{ShakuganNoShana}} and second time they have moved an Ocean dub in-house]].

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** The new Creator/FUNimation redub of the show will invoke this yet again with an entire new cast. [[Anime/DragonBallZ It's not the first]] [[Anime/{{ShakuganNoShana}} and or second time they have moved an Ocean dub in-house]].
30th Dec '16 12:37:34 AM C2
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** LimitedSpecialCollectorsUltimateEdition: In 2004, a special limited edition box set called a "Perfect Collection" was released and included in it was the feature length film. And in 2006, an "Anime Legends" box set was released.

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** LimitedSpecialCollectorsUltimateEdition: In 2004, a special limited edition box set called a "Perfect Collection" was released and included in it was the feature length film. And Creator/FUNimation released a similar "Collector's Edition" in 2006, an "Anime Legends" box set was released.2016.
30th Dec '16 12:32:23 AM C2
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* DuelingDubs: The original Ocean Studios dub vs. the 2016 FUNimation dub featuring their usual acting company. The source of heated discussion online, as ever.
30th Dec '16 12:29:11 AM C2
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** In 2016, Creator/FUNimation re-released the series on two Blu-ray/DVD combo boxes on the back of a successful Creator/{{Kickstarter}} campaign. Every episode was re-mastered in HD, with both the original Ocean Studios dub and a new in-house dub with the deleted scenes (see below). No Fox Kids edited versions, though.

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** In 2016, Creator/FUNimation re-released the series on in two Blu-ray/DVD combo boxes on the back of a successful Creator/{{Kickstarter}} campaign. Every episode was re-mastered in HD, with both the original Ocean Studios dub and a new in-house dub with the deleted scenes (see below). No Fox Kids edited versions, though.
30th Dec '16 12:28:20 AM C2
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* BoxedSet: A complete DVD Box Set was indeed released to North America; it contained the English dub -- both the cut[[note]]Basically, a compressed version made into 21 episodes; still maintains the same storyline (parts deemed relatively minor cut out, and some episodes being merged together). It, however, maintains the [unfortunate] edits Fox made for episodes 2-9[[/note]] and the uncut[[note]]The full 26, nothing cut out, and yes, translated into English and still with the English voice cast of the Ocean Group; it also uses the original Japanese opening theme song[[/note]] versions -- and the original Japanese language with subtitles. It is harder to find it in stores these days though. However, from time to time, several copies will pop up in Amazon for purchase; also, there are several places on the internet (if you know where to look) where you can find the uncut [Ocean] English dub (the cut one is harder to find) and the Japanese-language one with subtitles so that you can watch them online. Unfortunately, it is not on Netflix as of yet.

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* BoxedSet: A During Creator/BandaiEntertainment's release of the series, a complete DVD Box Set was indeed released to North America; it contained the English dub -- both the cut[[note]]Basically, a compressed version made into 21 episodes; still maintains the same storyline (parts deemed relatively minor cut out, and some episodes being merged together). It, however, maintains the [unfortunate] edits Fox made for episodes 2-9[[/note]] and the uncut[[note]]The full 26, nothing cut out, and yes, translated into English and still with the English voice cast of the Ocean Group; it also uses the original Japanese opening theme song[[/note]] versions -- and the original Japanese language with subtitles. It is harder to find it in stores these days though. However, from time to time, several copies will pop up in Amazon for purchase; also, there are several places purchase.
** In 2016, Creator/FUNimation re-released the series on two Blu-ray/DVD combo boxes
on the internet (if you know where to look) where you can find the uncut [Ocean] English dub (the cut one is harder to find) and the Japanese-language one back of a successful Creator/{{Kickstarter}} campaign. Every episode was re-mastered in HD, with subtitles so that you can watch them online. Unfortunately, it is not on Netflix as of yet. both the original Ocean Studios dub and a new in-house dub with the deleted scenes (see below). No Fox Kids edited versions, though.



* DeletedScene: When the series was first aired in Japan, Creator/{{Sunrise}} made too much animated content for the show's earlier episodes to fit in it's TV time slot. As a result, some scenes having nothing to do with the advancement in the show's plot had to be cut for time. The deleted scenes were restored in Japanese video releases. Said deleted scenes have not made it to the US [=DVDs=], even in the 2009 re-release for some reason, so NoExportForYou. Strangely enough, the only country that managed to dub those scenes was Italy, so again, NoExportForYou unless you speak Italian.
** Recently however, with Creator/FUNimation now having the license, by some stroke of luck they managed to get the deleted scenes masters. A kickstarter campaign was started and the full amount was reached after three days, so they will be included on their rerelease of the series.

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* DeletedScene: When the series was first aired in Japan, Creator/{{Sunrise}} made too much animated content for the show's earlier episodes to fit in it's its TV time slot. As a result, some scenes having nothing to do with the advancement in the show's plot had to be cut for time. The deleted scenes were restored in Japanese video releases. Said deleted scenes have did not made make it to the original US [=DVDs=], even in the 2009 re-release for some reason, so NoExportForYou. Strangely enough, the only country that managed to dub those scenes was Italy, so again, NoExportForYou unless you speak Italian.
** Recently however, with
reason. Creator/FUNimation now having later gained the license, and by some stroke of luck they managed to get the masters of deleted scenes masters. scenes. A kickstarter Creator/{{Kickstarter}} campaign was started and the full amount was reached after three days, so they will be were included on their rerelease of the series.series. The only country that managed to dub those scenes during the original release was Italy.
16th Oct '16 1:26:25 AM Cindy67917
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** The new Creator/FUNimation redub of the show will invoke this yet again with an entire new cast.

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** The new Creator/FUNimation redub of the show will invoke this yet again with an entire new cast. [[Anime/DragonBallZ It's not the first]] [[Anime/{{ShakuganNoShana}} and second time they have moved an Ocean dub in-house]].
14th Oct '16 10:15:38 PM redclaw28th
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** In the English dub, a number of secondary characters had voices changed for various reasons. Yukari was first voiced by Willow Johnson at the start of the show, but was later replaced by Creator/SaffronHenderson (she was also the voice of Eriya and Celena Schezar).

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** In the English dub, a number of secondary characters had voices changed for various reasons. Yukari was first voiced by Willow Johnson at the start of the show, but was later replaced by Creator/SaffronHenderson (she was also the voice of Eriya and Celena Schezar). Willow returned as Yukari for the movie, however.
25th Sep '16 5:28:15 PM RedSky
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* BoxedSet: A complete DVD Box Set was indeed released to North America; it contained the English dub -- both the cut[[note]]Basically, a compressed version made into 21 episodes; still maintains the same storyline (parts deemed relatively minor cut out, and some episodes being merged together). It, however, maintains the [unfortunate] edits Fox made for episodes 2-9[[/note]] and the uncut[[note]]The full 26, nothing cut out, and yes, translated into English; it also uses the original Japanese theme song[[/note]] versions -- and the original Japanese language with subtitles. It is harder to find it in stores these days though. However, from time to time, several copies will pop up in Amazon for purchase; also, there are several places on the internet (if you know where to look) where you can find the uncut English dub (the cut one is harder to find) and the Japanese-language one with subtitles so that you can watch them online. Unfortunately, it is not on Netflix as of yet.

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* BoxedSet: A complete DVD Box Set was indeed released to North America; it contained the English dub -- both the cut[[note]]Basically, a compressed version made into 21 episodes; still maintains the same storyline (parts deemed relatively minor cut out, and some episodes being merged together). It, however, maintains the [unfortunate] edits Fox made for episodes 2-9[[/note]] and the uncut[[note]]The full 26, nothing cut out, and yes, translated into English; English and still with the English voice cast of the Ocean Group; it also uses the original Japanese opening theme song[[/note]] versions -- and the original Japanese language with subtitles. It is harder to find it in stores these days though. However, from time to time, several copies will pop up in Amazon for purchase; also, there are several places on the internet (if you know where to look) where you can find the uncut [Ocean] English dub (the cut one is harder to find) and the Japanese-language one with subtitles so that you can watch them online. Unfortunately, it is not on Netflix as of yet.
15th Jul '16 10:27:22 PM TheNohrianDarkKnight
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** The Creator/FUNimation dub is quite the reunion for the cast of both ''[[Anime/FullmetalAlchemist Fullmetal Alchemist 2003]]'' and ''[[Manga/FullmetalAlchemist Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood]]''.
*** [[Creator/CaitlinGlass Winry Rockbell]] is Hitomi.
*** [[Creaotr/AaronDismuke [=FMA 2003=] Alphonse and Young Hohenheim]] is Van. And he is once again playing Creator/VicMignogna's character's brother.
*** [[Creator/ColleenClinkenbeard Riza Hawkeye]] is Millerna.
** Besides [=FMA=], [[Creator/AlexisTipton Merle]] and [[Creator/CaitlinGlass Hitomi]] were also [[VideoGame/TalesOfZestiria Alisha and Rose]].
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