History Trivia / TheVisionOfEscaflowne

15th May '15 12:16:39 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[[/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[[/note]] 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.
15th May '15 12:15:16 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 (basically a compressed version made into 21 episodes; still maintains the same storyline) and the uncut (the full 26, nothing cut out, and yes, translated into English) 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 (basically cut[[note]]Basically, a compressed version made into 21 episodes; still maintains the same storyline) 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 (the uncut[[note]]The full 26, nothing cut out, and yes, translated into English) English[[/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.
15th May '15 12:08:35 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 and uncut 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 (basically a compressed version made into 21 episodes; still maintains the same storyline) and the uncut (the full 26, nothing cut out, and yes, translated into English) 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.
15th May '15 12:04:01 PM RedSky
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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: Fox Kids tried to sell the dub as a kids show without realizing it delved into some fairly mature stuff in the latter half of the show. They quickly shelved it and tried to forget about it. Meanwhile up in Canada, YTV realized its true nature early on and began airing it during primetime hours; it also aired all the episodes (and it showed reruns for a while after it was done), unlike Fox Kids. Plus, YTV showed the cut version of the English dub in the afternoons, while the uncut one was aired in the evening.
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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: Fox Kids tried to sell the dub as a kids show without realizing it delved into some fairly mature stuff in the latter half of the show. They quickly shelved it and tried to forget about it. Meanwhile up in Canada, YTV realized its true nature early on and began airing it during primetime hours; it also aired all the episodes (and it showed reruns for a while after it was done), unlike Fox Kids. Plus, YTV showed the cut version of the English dub in the afternoons, while the uncut one English dub was aired in the evening.
15th May '15 12:00:34 PM RedSky
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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: Fox Kids tried to sell the dub as a kids show without realizing it delved into some fairly mature stuff in the latter half of the show. They quickly shelved it and tried to forget about it. Meanwhile up in Canada, YTV realized its true nature early on and began airing it during primetime hours; it also aired all the episodes (and it showed reruns for a while after it was done), unlike Fox Kids. Plus, YTV showed the cut version of the English dub in the afternoons, while the uncut one was aired in the evening; they also didn't even try to hide the fact that Hitomi was actually the lead character, including in the cut version.
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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: Fox Kids tried to sell the dub as a kids show without realizing it delved into some fairly mature stuff in the latter half of the show. They quickly shelved it and tried to forget about it. Meanwhile up in Canada, YTV realized its true nature early on and began airing it during primetime hours; it also aired all the episodes (and it showed reruns for a while after it was done), unlike Fox Kids. Plus, YTV showed the cut version of the English dub in the afternoons, while the uncut one was aired in the evening; they also didn't even try to hide the fact that Hitomi was actually the lead character, including in the cut version.evening.
15th May '15 11:57:03 AM RedSky
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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: Fox Kids tried to sell the dub as a kids show without realizing it delved into some fairly mature stuff in the latter half of the show. They quickly shelved it and tried to forget about it. Meanwhile up in Canada, YTV realized its true nature early on and began airing it during primetime hours; it also aired all the episodes (and it showed reruns for a while after it was done), unlike Fox Kids. Plus, YTV showed the cut version of the English dub in the afternoons, while the uncut one was aired in the evening.
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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: Fox Kids tried to sell the dub as a kids show without realizing it delved into some fairly mature stuff in the latter half of the show. They quickly shelved it and tried to forget about it. Meanwhile up in Canada, YTV realized its true nature early on and began airing it during primetime hours; it also aired all the episodes (and it showed reruns for a while after it was done), unlike Fox Kids. Plus, YTV showed the cut version of the English dub in the afternoons, while the uncut one was aired in the evening.evening; they also didn't even try to hide the fact that Hitomi was actually the lead character, including in the cut version.
15th May '15 11:41:37 AM 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 and uncut 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 online (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.
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* BoxedSet: A complete DVD Box Set was indeed released to North America; it contained the English dub -- both the cut and uncut 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 online 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.subtitles so that you can watch them online. Unfortunately, it is not on Netflix as of yet.
15th May '15 11:31:26 AM RedSky
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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.
15th May '15 11:15:15 AM 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 and uncut 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 online (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.
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* BoxedSet: A complete DVD Box Set was indeed released to North America, America; it contained the English dub -- both the cut and uncut 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 online (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.
15th May '15 11:14:29 AM RedSky
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* BoxedSet: A DVD Box Set was indeed released to North America; it contained the English dub -- both the cut and uncut 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 online (if you know where to look) where you can find the uncut English dub (the cut one might be a bit harder to find) and the Japanese-language one with subtitles.
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* BoxedSet: A complete DVD Box Set was indeed released to North America; America, it contained the English dub -- both the cut and uncut 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 online (if you know where to look) where you can find the uncut English dub (the cut one might be a bit is harder to find) and the Japanese-language one with subtitles.
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