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** Sharon Apple is [[strike:basically]] a Music/{{Vocaloid}}.

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** Sharon Apple is [[strike:basically]] basically a Music/{{Vocaloid}}.Music/{{Vocaloid}}. Meanwhile, "hologram touring" is (as of 2019) a blossimg business [[https://www.fastcompany.com/90365452/hologram-concert-revolution-like-it-or-not-meet-company-touring-whitney-houston-buddy-holly that is gaining legitimacy.]]


* HeyItsThatVoice: some voice actors from ''Anime/{{Robotech}}'' also voice acted in the English dub.
** Dan Woren (Roy Fokker) played Yang Neumann
** Melora Harte (Musica) played Sharon Apple.
** Richard Epcar (Ben Dixon, Vince Grant) played Guld Bowman.

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* HeyItsThatVoice: some voice actors from ''Anime/{{Robotech}}'' also voice acted in the English dub.
** Dan Woren (Roy Fokker) played Yang Neumann
** Melora Harte (Musica) played Sharon Apple.
** Richard Epcar (Ben Dixon, Vince Grant) played Guld Bowman.


** The Haydonites from ''WesternAnimation/RobotechTheShadowChronicles' are similar to Sharon Apple's true form, suggesting that if it hadn't been for Saban raiding the staff, allowing Manga Entertainment to license the OVA, Harmony Gold would've tried to incorporate the OVA into the Robotech canon.

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** The Haydonites from ''WesternAnimation/RobotechTheShadowChronicles' ''WesternAnimation/RobotechTheShadowChronicles'' are similar to Sharon Apple's true form, suggesting that if it hadn't been for Saban raiding the staff, allowing Manga Entertainment to license the OVA, Harmony Gold would've tried to incorporate the OVA into the Robotech canon.


* WhatCouldHaveBeen: According to Animaze, they wanted to get Bryan Cranston (Isamu's English voice) to also dub the movie version, but trashed plans for it since at the time, he was involved in the production of ''Film/SavingPrivateRyan''.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: According to Animaze, they wanted to get Bryan Cranston (Isamu's English voice) to also dub the movie version, but trashed plans for it since at the time, he was involved in the production of ''Film/SavingPrivateRyan''.''Film/SavingPrivateRyan''.
** The Haydonites from ''WesternAnimation/RobotechTheShadowChronicles' are similar to Sharon Apple's true form, suggesting that if it hadn't been for Saban raiding the staff, allowing Manga Entertainment to license the OVA, Harmony Gold would've tried to incorporate the OVA into the Robotech canon.


* NoExportForYou - Compared to the [[Anime/{{Macross}} rest of the franchise from which it comes]], this is a rare exception, with retail [=DVDs=] having had a large print run in the early to mid 2000s and still being widely avaiable and the movie version often being a staple of the [[Creator/{{Syfy}} Sci-Fi Channel]]. By all indications, the only reason it got through the infamous ''Macross'' legal snarls surrounding Creator/TatsunokoProduction, Harmony Gold, Creator/StudioNue[=/=]Creator/{{Satelight}} and Big West was due to ''absolutely overwhelming'' pressure for release from basically every other corner of the industry; fans wanting a legitimate release in an era just before digital downloads were prevalent, critics wanting another excellent production to be released internationally, and similarly other animation distributors wanting an excellent product out strengthening the marketplace rather than being held back and producing no profit at all for anyone. It helped that at the time Manga Entertainment was able to snap it up, Harmony Gold was in chaos after a staff-hunting raid by [[Creator/SabanEntertainment Haim Saban]], and nobody was paying attention to make a legal challenge; once they ''did'' realize what happened, the above kicked in to make challenging it far too dicey a proposition from a PR perspective.

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* NoExportForYou - Compared to the [[Anime/{{Macross}} rest of the franchise from which it comes]], this is a rare exception, with exception - the retail [=DVDs=] having had a large print run in the early to mid 2000s and are still being widely avaiable avaiable, and the movie version is often being a staple of the [[Creator/{{Syfy}} Sci-Fi Channel]]. By all indications, the only reason it got through the infamous ''Macross'' legal snarls surrounding Creator/TatsunokoProduction, Harmony Gold, Creator/StudioNue[=/=]Creator/{{Satelight}} and Big West was due to ''absolutely overwhelming'' pressure for release from basically every other corner of the industry; fans wanting a legitimate release in an era just before digital downloads were prevalent, critics wanting another excellent production to be released internationally, and similarly other animation distributors wanting an excellent product out strengthening the marketplace rather than being held back and producing no profit at all for anyone. It helped that at the time Manga Entertainment was able to snap it up, Harmony Gold was in chaos after a staff-hunting raid by [[Creator/SabanEntertainment Haim Saban]], and nobody was paying attention to make a legal challenge; once they ''did'' realize what happened, the above kicked in to make challenging it far too dicey a proposition from a PR perspective.


* NoExportForYou - Compared to the [[Anime/{{Macross}} rest of the franchise from which it comes]], this is a rare exception, with retail [=DVDs=] being readily available and the movie version being a staple of the [[Creator/{{Syfy}} Sci-Fi Channel]]'s anime block. By all indications, the only reason it got through the infamous ''Macross'' legal snarls surrounding Creator/TatsunokoProduction, Harmony Gold, Creator/StudioNue[=/=]Creator/{{Satelight}} and Big West was due to ''absolutely overwhelming'' pressure for release from basically every other corner of the industry; fans wanting a legitimate release in an era just before digital downloads were prevalent, critics wanting another excellent production to be released internationally, and similarly other animation distributors wanting an excellent product out strengthening the marketplace rather than being held back and producing no profit at all for anyone. It helped that at the time Manga Entertainment was able to snap it up, Harmony Gold was in chaos after a staff-hunting raid by [[Creator/SabanEntertainment Haim Saban]], and nobody was paying attention to make a legal challenge; once they ''did'' realize what happened, the above kicked in to make challenging it far too dicey a proposition from a PR perspective.

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* NoExportForYou - Compared to the [[Anime/{{Macross}} rest of the franchise from which it comes]], this is a rare exception, with retail [=DVDs=] having had a large print run in the early to mid 2000s and still being readily available widely avaiable and the movie version often being a staple of the [[Creator/{{Syfy}} Sci-Fi Channel]]'s anime block.Channel]]. By all indications, the only reason it got through the infamous ''Macross'' legal snarls surrounding Creator/TatsunokoProduction, Harmony Gold, Creator/StudioNue[=/=]Creator/{{Satelight}} and Big West was due to ''absolutely overwhelming'' pressure for release from basically every other corner of the industry; fans wanting a legitimate release in an era just before digital downloads were prevalent, critics wanting another excellent production to be released internationally, and similarly other animation distributors wanting an excellent product out strengthening the marketplace rather than being held back and producing no profit at all for anyone. It helped that at the time Manga Entertainment was able to snap it up, Harmony Gold was in chaos after a staff-hunting raid by [[Creator/SabanEntertainment Haim Saban]], and nobody was paying attention to make a legal challenge; once they ''did'' realize what happened, the above kicked in to make challenging it far too dicey a proposition from a PR perspective.


* TheOtherDarrin: Creator/DavidHayter took over from Creator/BryanCranston as Isamu in the 4th OVA episode, which applies in the "International Version" the OVA.

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* TheOtherDarrin: Episode 4 of the OVA was later redubbed by Bandai. Several of the English dub actors were replaced; most notably, Creator/DavidHayter took over from Creator/BryanCranston as Isamu in the 4th OVA episode, which applies in the "International Version" the OVA.Isamu.


** This lead to the removal of a post-sex scene between Lucy and Isamu (and the only boob shot of the movie), some minor scene editing/shuffling, and some music changes, but nothing extensive.

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** This lead to the removal of most of the contents of the first OVA episode, a post-sex scene between Lucy and Isamu (and the only boob shot of the movie), a more stylized rendering of Guld's final battle, some minor scene editing/shuffling, and some music changes, but nothing extensive.changes.



** It also helps ''Macross Plus'' has very few vocal songs and most of the themes are instrumentals, compared with later series.

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** It also helps ''Macross Plus'' has very few vocal songs (some already in English or CypherLanguage) and most of the themes are instrumentals, compared with later series.


* NoExportForYou - Compared to the [[Anime/{{Macross}} rest of the franchise from which it comes]], this is a rare exception, with retail [=DVDs=] being readily available and the movie version being a staple of the Sci-Fi Channel's anime block. By all indications, the only reason it got through the infamous "Macross legal snarls" surrounding Tatsunoko, Harmony Gold, Studio Nue/Satelight and Big West and was released was due to ''absolutely overwhelming'' pressure for release from basically every other corner of the industry; fans wanting a legitimate release in an era just before digital downloads were prevalent, critics wanting another excellent production to be released internationally, and similarly other animation distributors wanting an excellent product out strengthening the marketplace rather than being held back and producing no profit at all for anyone. It helped that at the time Manga Entertainment was able to snap it up, Harmony Gold was in chaos after a staff-hunting raid by [[Creator/SabanEntertainment Haim Saban]], and nobody was paying attention to make a legal challenge; once they ''did'' realize what happened, the above kicked in to make challenging it far too dicey a proposition from a PR perspective.

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* NoExportForYou - Compared to the [[Anime/{{Macross}} rest of the franchise from which it comes]], this is a rare exception, with retail [=DVDs=] being readily available and the movie version being a staple of the [[Creator/{{Syfy}} Sci-Fi Channel's Channel]]'s anime block. By all indications, the only reason it got through the infamous "Macross ''Macross'' legal snarls" snarls surrounding Tatsunoko, Creator/TatsunokoProduction, Harmony Gold, Studio Nue/Satelight Creator/StudioNue[=/=]Creator/{{Satelight}} and Big West and was released was due to ''absolutely overwhelming'' pressure for release from basically every other corner of the industry; fans wanting a legitimate release in an era just before digital downloads were prevalent, critics wanting another excellent production to be released internationally, and similarly other animation distributors wanting an excellent product out strengthening the marketplace rather than being held back and producing no profit at all for anyone. It helped that at the time Manga Entertainment was able to snap it up, Harmony Gold was in chaos after a staff-hunting raid by [[Creator/SabanEntertainment Haim Saban]], and nobody was paying attention to make a legal challenge; once they ''did'' realize what happened, the above kicked in to make challenging it far too dicey a proposition from a PR perspective.



* TheOtherDarrin: Dayid Hayter took over from Bryan Craston as Isamu in the 4th OVA episode, which applies in the "International Version" the OVA.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: According to Animaze, they wanted to get Creator/BryanCranston (Isamu's English voice) to also dub the movie version, but trashed plans for it since at the time, he was involved in the production of ''Film/SavingPrivateRyan''.

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* TheOtherDarrin: Dayid Hayter Creator/DavidHayter took over from Bryan Craston Creator/BryanCranston as Isamu in the 4th OVA episode, which applies in the "International Version" the OVA.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: According to Animaze, they wanted to get Creator/BryanCranston Bryan Cranston (Isamu's English voice) to also dub the movie version, but trashed plans for it since at the time, he was involved in the production of ''Film/SavingPrivateRyan''.


* {{Defictionalization}}: Sharon Apple is [[strike:basically]] a {{Vocaloid}}.

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* {{Defictionalization}}: {{Defictionalization}}:
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Sharon Apple is [[strike:basically]] a {{Vocaloid}}.Music/{{Vocaloid}}.

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* TheOtherDarrin: Dayid Hayter took over from Bryan Craston as Isamu in the 4th OVA episode, which applies in the "International Version" the OVA.


* WhatCouldHaveBeen: According to Animaze, they wanted to get Bryan Cranston to dub the movie version in English, but trashed plans for it since at the time, he was involved in the production of Saving Private Ryan.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: According to Animaze, they wanted to get Bryan Cranston Creator/BryanCranston (Isamu's English voice) to also dub the movie version in English, version, but trashed plans for it since at the time, he was involved in the production of Saving Private Ryan.''Film/SavingPrivateRyan''.


* NoExportForYou - Compared to the [[Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross rest of the franchise from which it comes]], this is a rare exception, with retail [=DVDs=] being readily available and the movie version being a staple of the Sci-Fi Channel's anime block. By all indications, the only reason it got through the infamous "Macross legal snarls" surrounding Tatsunoko, Harmony Gold, Studio Nue/Satelight and Big West and was released was due to ''absolutely overwhelming'' pressure for release from basically every other corner of the industry; fans wanting a legitimate release in an era just before digital downloads were prevalent, critics wanting another excellent production to be released internationally, and similarly other animation distributors wanting an excellent product out strengthening the marketplace rather than being held back and producing no profit at all for anyone. It helped that at the time Manga Entertainment was able to snap it up, Harmony Gold was in chaos after a staff-hunting raid by [[Creator/SabanEntertainment Haim Saban]], and nobody was paying attention to make a legal challenge; once they ''did'' realize what happened, the above kicked in to make challenging it far too dicey a proposition from a PR perspective.

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* NoExportForYou - Compared to the [[Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross [[Anime/{{Macross}} rest of the franchise from which it comes]], this is a rare exception, with retail [=DVDs=] being readily available and the movie version being a staple of the Sci-Fi Channel's anime block. By all indications, the only reason it got through the infamous "Macross legal snarls" surrounding Tatsunoko, Harmony Gold, Studio Nue/Satelight and Big West and was released was due to ''absolutely overwhelming'' pressure for release from basically every other corner of the industry; fans wanting a legitimate release in an era just before digital downloads were prevalent, critics wanting another excellent production to be released internationally, and similarly other animation distributors wanting an excellent product out strengthening the marketplace rather than being held back and producing no profit at all for anyone. It helped that at the time Manga Entertainment was able to snap it up, Harmony Gold was in chaos after a staff-hunting raid by [[Creator/SabanEntertainment Haim Saban]], and nobody was paying attention to make a legal challenge; once they ''did'' realize what happened, the above kicked in to make challenging it far too dicey a proposition from a PR perspective.


** This lead to the removeal of a post-sex scene between Lucy and Isamu (and the only boob shot of the movie), some minor scene editing/shuffling, and some music changes, but nothing extensive.
* HeyItsThatVoice:
** Isamu is [[BreakingBad Walter White]]
** Myung is [[Anime/SailorMoon Sailor Venus]]

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** This lead to the removeal removal of a post-sex scene between Lucy and Isamu (and the only boob shot of the movie), some minor scene editing/shuffling, and some music changes, but nothing extensive.
* HeyItsThatVoice:
** Isamu is [[BreakingBad Walter White]]
** Myung is [[Anime/SailorMoon Sailor Venus]]
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