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Featured Cast

  1. Toshio Furukawa

    Toshio Furukawa

    Ataru Moroboshi, Ataru Morobishi (voice), Ataru Moroboshi (voice), Ataru (Voice), Ataru (voice),

  2. Fumi Hirano

    Fumi Hirano

    Lum (Voice), Lum (voice), , Lum

  3. Akira Kamiya

    Akira Kamiya

    Shûtarô Mendô (voice), Mendou Shutaro (voice), (voice), , Mendou (voice), Shutaro Mendo, Mendou, mendo syutaro, Shutaro Mendou (voice), Shutaro Mendo (voice)

  4. Masahiro Anzai

    Masahiro Anzai

    Ryunosuke's Father (voice), Ryuunosuke's Father (voice), Ryuunosouke's father (voice), Ryuunosuke's Father

  5. Satsuki Yukino

    Satsuki Yukino

    Kagome Higurashi (voice), (voice)

  6. Saeko Shimazu

    Saeko Shimazu

    , (voice), Shinobu (voice), Shinobu, miyake shinobu, Miyake Shinobu (voice), Shinobu Miyake (voice)

  7. Tesshou Genda

    Tesshou Genda

    Rei (voice),

  8. Kappei Yamaguchi

    Kappei Yamaguchi

    Inuyasha / Ranma Saotome (voice), (voice)

  9. Kazuko Sugiyama

    Kazuko Sugiyama

    , (voice), Ten (voice), Ten

  10. Machiko Washio

    Machiko Washio

    , Sakura (voice), Sakura

  11. Issei Futamata

    Issei Futamata

    Akira (voice), Chibi (voice), Chibi

  12. Michihiro Ikemizu

    Michihiro Ikemizu

    Onsen Mark (voice), Onsen-Mark (voice), Onsen-Mark

  13. Megumi Hayashibara

    Megumi Hayashibara

    Ranma Saotome (voice), (voice)

Featured Crew

  1. Kazuo Yamazaki

    Writing, Directing

  2. Tomoko Konparu

    Tomoko Konparu

    Writing

  3. Mamoru Oshii

    Mamoru Oshii

    Directing, Writing

  4. Setsuko Shibuichi

    Directing

  5. Michiko Yokote

    Writing

  6. Tensai Okamura

    Writing, Directing

  7. Satoshi Dezaki

    Directing

  8. Machiko Kondo

    Writing

  9. Yoshitomo Yonetani

    Directing

Broadcast 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.

Urusei Yatsura: Only You

February 11, 1983

Six-year-old Ataru steps on Elle's shadow during an impromptu game of shadow-tag; in Elle's culture, this is viewed as a marriage proposal. Eleven years later, Elle returns to Earth in order to marry Ataru — by which time not only had he forgotten the events of his childhood, but he was also going out with Lum. The rest of the plot focuses on Lum's attempts to prevent the marriage. The film was directed by Mamoru Oshii who was mad at the many requests that the producer made of him to alter the movie. Rumiko Takahashi considers this film her favorite and it is the most true to the original series.

As the perpetually lecherous Ataru and his friends prepare for a carnival at Tomobiki High School, they gradually realize the days are literally repeating themselves. Any effort to break the pattern dumps them back where they started.

The third film finds Ataru transformed into a pink hippopotamus, which sends Lum chasing after the wicked magician responsible, with catastrophic results. With Lum gone, her friends decide that there is no reason to remain, and so Tomobiki slowly returns to normal. The highlight of the film is a high speed chase scene with an angry Lum flying after the mysterious Ruu through the city at night and into a hall of mirrors (and illusion ). Ataru's true feelings for Lum are probably more obvious in this film than any of the others.

Ryoko throws a tea party for her friends. Flashbacks reveal the pasts of Ryoko's various guests.

The basic plot is centered on the great cherry tree Tarōzakura and what happens after it is cut down during the making of a movie, Lum loses her horns-and her powers! Thus begins the strangest and most lyrical of the Urusei Yatsura movies. The fourth film is the subject of much debate, as it is probably the hardest of all the Urusei Yatsura films to fully understand. Many consider it to be a multi-layered masterpiece, while others feel it is little more than a confused and rambling mess.

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.

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. Finally, Lum refuses to allow Ataru to win unless he says to her those three words "I love you," that he has steadfastly refused to say over the entire series.

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. It breaks from its cage and escapes, but not before attacking Ran and Lum, and trashing Benten's brand-new bike by shooting sherbet cones at it. Now it's up to Ran to retrieve the sherbet before Benten blasts it out of the sky, and more importantly, before Oyuki finds out.

Nagisa's Fiancé

December 8, 1988

Lum, Ataru, Mendou and Shinobu visit an inn which Ryuunosuke and her father have opened. But when it turns out to be on a haunted desert island, the stage is set for some serious silliness!

Mendou hires a new personal Ninja with some very unusual abilities, only to have him fall head-over-heels for his manipulative sister, Ryoko.

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!

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?

A mischievous spirit gives Ran a heart-shaped candy that causes a magical heart to appear over the head of whoever eats it. And whoever catches that heart captures the heart of the person who ate the candy! And if there's one thing the Urusei Yatsura crowd can do, it's play catch!

When Tsubame tries to go on a date with Sakura, the ghost of a young girl decides to go along - as his girlfriend.

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!

Lupika, an 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.

The characters from Ranma 1/2, Urusei Yatsura, and Inuyasha all gather together in a short crossover to introduce the 50th Anniversary Weekly Shonen Sunday "Rumic World" Museum opening, celebrating Rumiko Takahashi's manga work.

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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