Sakura's reputation and her friends are in jeopardy! Sakura's double mysteriously appears and begins doing cruel things to Sakura's friends. Sakura learns more about the Clow cards from Kero, but is it enough to save Tor... more »i? Then, trapped in a maze, Sakura receives help from her beautiful substitute teacher, Layla Mackenzie, but for some reason Li seems suspicious of Ms. Mackenzie. Why? No time to answer, Sakura must hurry to catch the Dash card! Yet, when the Dash card begins helping Sakura's friend Jessie, will Sakura show too much mercy? Cardcaptors Vol. 3 - Misdirections. Collectable standee inside! (While supplies last). Contains three episodes of the popular TV series airing on the Kids' WB.« less
"Many people have bashed this disc because it's the TV version and the plot strays from the original. It's true, this is not the same as the uncut format. However, they sell the uncut version of Cardcaptors on DVD seperatley. This is completely seperate. It should be noted that they had to make two seperate sets of discs only because this version of Cardcaptors is edited.Cardcaptors is the US Version of CardCaptor Sakura, as seen on Kids WB and now Cartoon Network (for a short time). This version is in English, while the uncut DVDs are Japanese with subtitles. I bought both versions because I like to see the original, and I liked the version on TV. The dubbing is done by The Ocean Group (Gundam Wing, Outlaw Star, Big O, Saber J Marionettes) and is done very well. Some voices you might recognize are Madison (the same as Lime from Saber J and Meifon from Angel Links) and Sakura's Brother (the same as Zechs from Gundam Wing). I also think that one of the voices of Melfina from Outlaw Star is in here as Li's girlfriend (staring in Episode 6) but I can't be certain on that. Personally I like anime dubbed and Cardcaptors is a refreshing break from ... dubs done for other series (see Escaflowne). So if you like Anime and want to see the original, THIS IS NOT THE DISC FOR YOU. However if you saw Cardcaptors on TV and liked what you saw, I would recommend this disc. Either version, on its own, is fine for anyone of any age, however smaller children would most definetley appreciate the characters speaking in a language they can understand.Do not be swayed by anime purists who say this version is horrible, judge for yourself."
Jean Francois R. Mondon | 10/12/2004
(1 out of 5 stars)
"I don't have the dvd but I saw the who entire series on tv. I found out the different stuff about it and the sub. I saw the sub and it was so cute. It was worth it to watch the sub."
Um Cardcaptor Sakura is for sale to in its uncut form
Mami | Somewhere | 03/01/2004
(1 out of 5 stars)
"i love cardcaptor sakura not cardcaptors. This would be good if it was uncut but it isn't. Uncut dubbing is the way to go. I don't have this ive seen it on tv. I did not like the edited version. When i heard about cardcaptor sakura i was so excited that i could buy the uncut version."
Personaly... This was kawaii!
Mami | 09/08/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I thought this was nice. I like the dub, in a dubby-dub way. Dont bash this one, it was good! It featured the mirror, the dash, and the maze card. ^^' It was when Kaho first showed up.It starts with the Mirror Card. Sakura's 'twin' starts doing things that make her friends worried for her. She then gets blamed for it by everyone, even her friends! Kero then teachers her a way to use the cards differently(Like tarrot reading!!!) Later the card lures Tori to where he falls off a cliff, literally! Soon with the help of Li she seals the card.Then tries to seal the dash card, but Jessie(rei), her friend who runs in track competetions, takes it in as a stray kitten. It gives her speed and Sakura doesn't seal it because she is starting to win. When Li comes in the picture to make her seal the card she does, but he see's she didn't seal it because of Jessie. Then in the end Jessie uses the memory of Hopy(What she named the dash card) and wins the running competetion. (Cute SS/SL moments)Then theres the Maze card. In the beggining it starts with a new math teacher that Li tells Sakura he is suspisiose of her. Later they get caught in a Maze while tring to get some sort of charm braclets. Madison, Mei-Ling, Sakura, and Li are in the maze together. Sakura said they should split up but Li told her "Lets do this together"(SS/SL moment!!!) so they do. Finding it imposible to get out they try everything. Finnaly the maze acts up and Mei-Lin ends up upside down somewhere else in the maze. While Sakura, Li, and Madison try to get her down they lose her. Then they see Kaho(I cant recall her english name) and Mei-Lin. Kaho shows them how to get out but by then the shop they where going to is closed. Kaho then gives them two charms. (Aww, how nices!)"
Don't follow the dub!
Jean Francois R. Mondon | Philadelphia, PA | 08/25/2001
(1 out of 5 stars)
"This show was once a wonderful thing. It was funny, magical, and the age group didn't matter! But when this show became dubbed, the wonderful world of Cardcaptor Sakura changed. A little crush had to be completly changed, a cute couple were suddntly "cousins", and love became fear. The great parts of this anime were changed! Then on to name changes: Sure, Sakura's name was still the same, but now it was pronounced Sa-coora, or Sa-kera. Then Tomoyo="Madison", Touya= "Tori", Yukito= "Julian" and there are so many other name changes that i couldn't end this.The dubb made so many pointless changes. Even the setting of the story! This dubb is terreble...whenever a good anime is dubbed, it gets a bad reputation and no one thinks about how the dubb is messed up. Why does the name "Cardcaptor Sakura" have to be changed to "Card Captors"? She is the main character, anyway. The dubb doesn't even show all the episodes and just cuts one up to have a huge flashback--they are really just making more work for themselves. Stop the dubb!"