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Fumi Hirano
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Total Titles at Criticker: 27 - You've Seen 0

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Titles You Haven't Rated (26)
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Urusei Yatsura: The Obstacle Course Swim Meet, It
Ataru and the others will join the competition of 'The Obstacle Course Swim Meet', organized by Tomobiki High Principal and Onsen-Mark. Each of Tomobiki High students need to face different kinds of obstacles during the competition, only few of them reach the finalist and their situation is getting harder and harder than previous obstacles.
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Tattoon Master (1996)
When Hibio's adventurer mother sets off to research a mysterious tribe, she hits a wall. Frotunately for her, the beautiful young Nima sees a family portrait and decides that she wants her son for her husband and she gets a chance to further her research. She agrees to the arrangement. Of course, she doesn't consult him about his future bride. When Nima shows up in Tokyo to be with her new husband, hilarity and chaos ensues as Hibio and his modern Tokyo background meets Nima's magical heritage. (animenewsnetwork.com)
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Urusei Yatsura: Always My Darling (1991)
Lupika, alien princess, is in love with a tofu seller. To make him love her too (at least, announce his love. He obviously fears the social taboo of a tofu vendor marrying a princess), she needs to get a love potion, which is in a certain temple. Legend has it that the only person that can obtain this love potion is the most lecherous man in the universe. That man turns out to be Ataru Moroboshi. Lupika kidnaps Ataru to make him get the potion, and Lum and her friends go out to search for Ataru. (Wikipedia)
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Urusei Yatsura: Terror of Girly-Eyes Measles (1991)
Ten gives Ataru an alien disease, the contagious "Girl Measles," (which makes the victim's eyes turn big and twinkly, like the eyes of young girls in much of manga and anime), and when Ataru's girl-hunting spreads the virus all over Tomobiki Town, chaos ensues! (houseofanime.org)
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Urusei Yatsura: Date with a Spirit (1991)
In "Date with a Spirit," things get crazy when Ataru tries to hit on a beautiful ghost who has attached herself to Sakura's sorcerous Fiance, Tsubame (houseofanime.org)
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ARIEL (1989)
ARIEL (1989) - Direct-to-Video
The Earth is being invaded by aliens. Fortunately, the aliens are so concerned about budgets and the cost of the invasion that they haven't succeeded yet. To defend the Earth, Dr Kishida has designed ARIEL, a giant robot shaped in the likeness of a woman with body-armor. Unfortunately, he has selected his relatives (his grand-daughters Aya and Kazumi Kishida, and his niece Mia Kawai) to be the pilots, and they are far more interested in their own lives. (animenewsnetwork.com)
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Urusei Yatsura: Goat and Cheese (1989)
Mendou recounts an old story that warns, "Don't take pictures in front of the statue of Great-Grandfather's Goat, or terrible things will happen!" When his father does just that, only Sakura and Onsen-mark the Teacher can ward off the horrifying consequences of an ancient family curse... or can they? (houseofanime.org)
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Urusei Yatsura: I Howl at the Moon (1989)
Ataru learns to think before he eats when he gobbles down some of Lum's Cherry Rice Cakes -- and promptly starts turning into a wolf! (houseofanime.org)
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Urusei Yatsura: The Electric Household Guard (1989)
Mendou hires a new personal Ninja with some very unusual abilities, only to have him fall head-over-heels for his manipulative sister, Ryoko. (houseofanime.org)
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Urusei Yatsura: The Final Chapter (1988)
The fifth film is an animated adaptation of the final story of the manga and is also the official ending of the anime series, in which Lum and Ataru must repeat the game of tag played out in the first episode of the television series, or the Earth will be infested with mushrooms larger than buildings. Further, should Ataru lose, Lum will leave forever and everyone's memories will be changed so that they don't remember she, or her friends, were ever there... (Wikipedia)
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Urusei Yatsura: Raging Sherbet (1988)
Lum & her girlfriends are invited to Neptune by Oyuki. There she shows them her new business venture at a ranch of flying sherbets, birds capable of producing sherbet cones from their beaks. Ran convinces Oyuki to let her borrow one, her goal is to make some quick cash selling sherbets on Earth. Unfortunately, the combination of being overworked and a hot summer day has made the sherbet extremely cranky, even from its refrigerated cage... (imdb)
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Urusei Yatsura: Nagisa
Lum, Ataru, Shinobu and Mendo are invited to a small island where Mr Fujinami and Ryunnosuke have relocated and reopened their Hama Tea Shop. Once there, Fujinami explains that he purchased the shop from an old family friend, who disappeared along with his daughter, Nagisa. One evening, the group are scared by a pair of ghosts, who turn out to be the spirits of Fujinami's friend and his daughter... (imdb)
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Urusei Yatsura
It is summertime, and Shinobu laments not having a boyfriend. She then happens upon a young man weak from hunger, and wearing a rabbit costume. She gives him a carrot, he expresses his gratitude by hitting on her... and she hits back. The young man leaves behind a key to another dimension where everybody's possible futures exist. Lum and Ataru join Shinobu to find the bunny boy, and happy futures for themselves. (imdb)
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M.D. Geist (1986)
M.D. Geist (1986) - Direct-to-Video
Geist (the main character) is MD-02, a Most Dangerous Soldier, genetically engineered to function as a killing machine, but every one of the MDS units went homicidally insane. As a result Geist was placed in suspended animation in a stasis pod orbiting the planet Jerra until it crashed several years later, awakening him and bringing him into another war on the planet. (Wikipedia)
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Superdimensional Romanesque Samy: Missing 99 (1986)
A young schoolgirl Samy sees some bikers hurt some other girls and that makes the bikers come after Samy. While fleeing she gets the help of a boy and her dog, but she still ends up in a different world along with her dog. In there she helps a witch who has lost her glass eye. But bad demons search for her as well and soon she ends up in the fight between gods and demons because she holds a great power within. (myanimelist.net)
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Open the Door (1986)
Open the Door (1986) - Direct-to-Video
Mineko is a schoolgirl, who finds out that she has supernatural powers. With her friend Kaori Saikin, who also has these kind of powers, they decide to test if their classmate Keiichiro is one with these powers... (letterboxd)
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Blue Comet SPT Layzner OVA (1986)
The Layzner OVA serves as an alternative version of the TV series. The first episode, titled "Eiji 1996", recaps the first part of the series (episodes 01-24). The second episode ("Le Caine 1999") takes place after a time skip, and contains episodes 26 through 37 (episode 25 of the TV series, being a recap itself, is skipped here). The final episode, "Seal 2000", is an expanded version of the final episode of the TV series (38) and features new animation and a longer epilogue. (myanimelis
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Outlanders (1986)
Outlanders (1986) - Direct-to-Video
In the midst of a violent invasion of Earth by unknown alien forces, photojournalist Wakatsuki Tetsuya comes across a scantily-clad alien woman, cutting a swath of death through the Terran ranks with her sword. After a chaotic struggle, Tetsuya is knocked unconscious, only to awaken aboard her starship. To his surprise, she turns out to be Kahm, the invaders' princess - and she has picked Tetsuya for a starring role in her upcoming wedding. (animenewsnetwork.com)
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Urusei Yatsura Memorial Album (1986)
"Memorial Album," the Mendou clan's personal satellite narrates the story of the Mendou family, again using a mixture of new animation and scenes from the original series. (houseofanime.org)
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Urusei Yatsura 4: Lum the Forever (1986)
Mendou invites Ataru & Co. to his estate for a viewing of a large, aging cherry tree named "Tarozakura", which is to be featured in an independent film which happens to be financed by Mendou, directed by Megane, and starring Lum. During filming, Ataru cuts down Tarozakura as called for in the script, but the downed tree starts foaming and disintegrates. Afterwards, bizarre incidents occur all over Tomobiki... (imdb)
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SPT Layzner (1985)
SPT Layzner (1985) - TV Series
The Story takes place in an alternate reality based in the year 1996, where humanity is advanced enough to develop long-range space travel, as well as bases on both the Moon and Mars. However, the Cold War tensions between the United States and the Soviet Union have not ended; rather, they've escalated as both sides build military facilities in space, and the shadow of nuclear conflict looms over humanity, both on and off Earth. (myanimelist.net)
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Urusei Yatsura 3: Remember My Love (1985)
A curse placed on Lum as an infant manifests itself in the present day, causing her to be taken to another dimension. Lum's husband, Ataru Moroboshi is turned into a hippo, and attempts to find Lum with the help of her friends. (imdb)
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Urusei Yatsura: Ryoko
In "Ryoko's September Tea Party," some of the best scenes of the original TV series are combined with 15 minutes of new animation to reveal the pasts of each of Ryoko's guests (houseofanime.org)
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Urusei Yatsura: Only You (1983)
When everyone in town receives invitations to Ataru's wedding, they are shocked to see that his sweetheart Lum is not the bride. Eventually they learn that when Ataru was playing games as a little boy, he stepped on a girl's shadow. Unbeknownst to him, the girl was from extraterrestrial culture where stepping on one's shadow is a form of marriage proposal, and now she and her family have come back to see that Ataru keeps his promise... (imdb)
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Urusei Yatsura Special: It
Roadcast between episodes 21 and 22, the Spring special was a 1-hr show with 2 parts. The first part, "Urusei Yatsura All-Star All-Out Attack!", was a series of outtakes from the preceding episodes and recaps of the first 21 episodes. The second part, "The School Excursion! Run, Kunoichi!", was an original episode, but not part of the ongoing series.
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Urusei Yatsura (1981)
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