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Dual! Paralle lunlun monogatari 

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A boy who sees visions of giant robot battles in modern Japan is accidentally transported to the parallel dimension in which the fighting is taking place.
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1999  
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Cast

Series cast summary:
Joshua Seth ...  Kazuki Yotsuga 3 episodes, 1999
Michelle Ruff ...  Mitsuki Sanada 3 episodes, 1999
Sherry Lynn ...  D 3 episodes, 1999
Wendee Lee ...  Mitsuki Rara 3 episodes, 1999
Kirk Thornton ...  Ken Sanada 3 episodes, 1999
Barbara Goodson ...  Akane Yamano 3 episodes, 1999
Peter Spellos ...  Hiroshi Rara 3 episodes, 1999
Elisa Gabrielli ...  Ayuko Rara 3 episodes, 1999
Lenore Zann ...  Alice Shalom 3 episodes, 1999
Riva Spier Riva Spier ...  Kaoru Hayase 3 episodes, 1999
Adam Sholder ...  Additional Voices 3 episodes, 1999
Adriana Wilbur Adriana Wilbur ...  Additional Voices 3 episodes, 1999
Derek Stephen Prince ...  Additional Voices 3 episodes, 1999
Dyanne DiRosario Dyanne DiRosario ...  Additional Voices 3 episodes, 1999
Bill Timoney ...  Additional Voices 3 episodes, 1999
Kirk Baily ...  Additional Voices 3 episodes, 1999
Catherine Battistone Catherine Battistone ...  Additional Voices 3 episodes, 1999
Eddie Frierson ...  Additional Voices 3 episodes, 1999
David Hayter ...  Additional Voices 3 episodes, 1999
Steve Blum ...  Additional Voices 3 episodes, 1999
Dean Wein ...  Additional Voices 3 episodes, 1999
Debra Rogers ...  Additional Voices 3 episodes, 1999
Dorothy Elias-Fahn ...  Additional Voices 3 episodes, 1999
Sandy Fox ...  Additional Voices / ... 3 episodes, 1999
Michael Lindsay Michael Lindsay ...  Additional Voices 3 episodes, 1999
Richard Miro ...  Additional Voices 3 episodes, 1999
Gary Dubin ...  Additional Voices 3 episodes, 1999
Kevin Brief ...  Additional Voices 3 episodes, 1999
Heather Ashton Heather Ashton ...  Additional Voices 3 episodes, 1999
Skip Stellrecht ...  Additional Voices 3 episodes, 1999
Brianne Brozey ...  Additional Voices 3 episodes, 1999
Jack Hammer Jack Hammer ...  Additional Voices 3 episodes, 1999
Mari Devon ...  Additional Voices 3 episodes, 1999
Julie Ann Taylor Julie Ann Taylor ...  Additional Voices 3 episodes, 1999
Jessica Gee-George ...  Additional Voices 3 episodes, 1999
Peter Doyle Peter Doyle ...  Additional Voices 3 episodes, 1999
Joe Romersa ...  Additional Voices 3 episodes, 1999
Bob Papenbrook ...  Additional Voices 3 episodes, 1999
Josh Gerhardt Josh Gerhardt ...  Additional Voices 3 episodes, 1999
Lia Sargent ...  Additional Voices 3 episodes, 1999
Lex Lang ...  Additional Voices 3 episodes, 1999
Lisa Tarulli Lisa Tarulli ...  Additional Voices 3 episodes, 1999
Lynn Fischer Lynn Fischer ...  Additional Voices 3 episodes, 1999
Emilie de Azevedo Brown ...  Additional Voices 3 episodes, 1999
Matthew Austin Matthew Austin ...  Additional Voices 3 episodes, 1999
Matthew Mercer ...  Additional Voices 3 episodes, 1999
Melissa Fahn ...  Additional Voices 3 episodes, 1999
Mary Elizabeth McGlynn ...  Additional Voices 3 episodes, 1999
Michael Gregory ...  Additional Voices 3 episodes, 1999
Mona Marshall ...  Additional Voices 3 episodes, 1999
Phil Swell Phil Swell ...  Additional Voices 3 episodes, 1999
Mike Reynolds ...  Additional Voices 3 episodes, 1999
Ramona Lee Ramona Lee ...  Additional Voices 3 episodes, 1999
Richard Epcar ...  Additional Voices 3 episodes, 1999
Steve McGowan Steve McGowan ...  Additional Voices 3 episodes, 1999
Richard Rahl Richard Rahl ...  Additional Voices 3 episodes, 1999
Bridget Hoffman ...  Additional Voices 3 episodes, 1999
Randy McPherson ...  Additional Voices 3 episodes, 1999
Sharon Alsina Sharon Alsina ...  Additional Voices 3 episodes, 1999
Melodee Spevack ...  Additional Voices 3 episodes, 1999
Steve Staley ...  Additional Voices 3 episodes, 1999
Anthony Pulcini Anthony Pulcini ...  Additional Voices 3 episodes, 1999
Bob Buchholz ...  Additional Voices 2 episodes, 1999
Stephen Apostolina ...  Additional Voices 2 episodes, 1999
Bryce Papenbrook ...  Additional Voices 2 episodes, 1999
Mickey Finn ...  Additional Voices 2 episodes, 1999
Johnny Yong Bosch ...  Additional Voices 2 episodes, 1999
Jamieson Price ...  Additional Voices 2 episodes, 1999
Dan Woren ...  Additional Voices 2 episodes, 1999
Milton James ...  Additional Voices 2 episodes, 1999

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Kazuki Yotsuga is just an ordinary Japanese schoolboy and computer geek, but when he starts seeing visions of battling giant robots, his life starts to change forever. His participation in his girlfriend's, Mitsuki Sandada, scientist father, Ken Sanada, throws him into a parallel Earth that is threatened by the organization, Raragun,who is gunning for world domination. Kazuki finds that he has no family in this world but it does have a version of the Sanada's as members of an elite defense force dedicated to stopping Raragun. Now Kazuki must join the fight as the only male of an all female pilot force who can pilot the giant robots wielded in this war even as he must adjust in this strange world. Written by Kenneth Chisholm <kchishol@home.com>

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Trivia

Jinbu's special attack is the Lighthawk Wings, from the Tenchi Muyo! universe. See more »

Quotes

[White eating instant ramen at midnight in a darkened kitchen]
Ken Sanada: I guess I'm just a junk food junkie at heart.
Kazuki: I feel the same way. I just can't get enough.
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Alternate Versions

TechTV broddcasts the shoes uncut but cuts the closing credits for time constrants. See more »

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"Tenchi Muyo!" Does "Evangelion"
13 February 2004 | by Ofanite_of_DestinySee all my reviews

Made by the same team that created the classic Tenchi Muyô! Ryô Ôki (1992) (V), this is an extremely well-done series that manages to be both a fond tribute to and a sly parody of the "giant robot" genre. In particular, it gently spoofs some of the more distinctive elements of the groundbreaking anime "Shin seiki evangelion" (1995). Although a little short on coherent explanations (which action in the opening scenes of the first episode caused which universe, exactly why Kazuki is so different from his counterpart), it's chock-full of great characterization, hard-and-heavy robot action, and character-driven comedy that's never silly or cringe-worthy. While the characters are mostly high school age, adults can watch "Dual!" without fear of it being "dumbed down" for a younger audience; the writing is on the whole sophisticated and witty. And for those who don't like subtitles, the Pioneer dub is chock-full of great performances, particularly Joshua Seth and Georgette Rose.

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Official Sites:

Geneon Animation | TechTV

Country:

Japan

Language:

English | Japanese

Release Date:

8 April 1999 (Japan) See more »

Also Known As:

Parallel Dual! Trouble Adventure See more »

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(14 episodes)

Color:

Color
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