Sailor Victory (OAV)

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Alternative title:
聖羅ヴィクトリー (Japanese) 
Genres: comedy , science fiction 
Themes: mecha 
Objectionable content: Significant 
Plot Summary: Five female high school friends reunite as the secret crime-fighting organization known as Sailor Victory. Commanding 3 giant ninja robots, Gion, Momoyama, and Sagano, they fight evil in the virtual-future city of Mikado. When a disgraced and disgruntled city official turns to the dark side, he joins forces with the evil and sinister Margarita. 
User Ratings: 61 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 1 vote (dub:1)
 Excellent: -
 Very good: 3 votes (sub:1, edit.dub:1, others:1
1 Spanish subtitled
 Good: 10 votes (sub:8, dub:2)
 Decent: 24 votes (dub:12, sub:12)
 So-so: 8 votes (sub:8)
 Not really good: 6 votes (dub:3, sub:3)
 Weak: 6 votes (dub:4, sub:2)
 Bad: 1 vote (dub:1)
 Awful: 2 votes (sub:2)
 Worst ever: -
Seen in part or in whole by 153 users, rank: #3241 (of 6577)
Median rating: Decent
Arithmetic mean: 5.475 (So-so+), std. dev.: 1.6851, rank: #5615 (of 6580)
Weighted mean: 5.366 (So-so+), rank: #5769 (of 6580) (seen all: 5.39 / seen some: 4.83)
Bayesian estimate: 5.720 (Decent−), rank: #4619 (of 5026)
Running time: half hour per episode 
Number of episodes: 2 
Vintage: 1995 
Links: We have 1
Sailor Victory DVD (Jan 1, 1970)
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DVD (Region 1)
    Sailor Victory (DVD) 2001-02-27 (from $12.49)
    Sailor Victory (Dub.VHS) 1999-10-26 (from $14.71)
    Sailor Victory (Sub.VHS) 1999-10-26

Japanese staff
Japanese companies
Director: Katsuhiko Nishijima 
Script: Kenichi Kanemaki 
Original story: Headroom 
Character Design: Kazuaki Moori 

Japanese cast
Aya Hisakawa as Nakamoto Shizuka 
Hinako Kanamaru as Shimura Mami 
Hiromi Tsuru as Arai Kiyomi 
Junko Shimakata as Kato Mika 
Yumi Touma as Takagi Reiko 

Junichi Sugawara as thief 
Kouji Ishii as detective B 
Tomomichi Nishimura as Chief 
Yumi Fukami as child A 
Yuri Amano as Margarita 
English cast
English staff
Director: Scott Houle 
Rika Takahashi 
Tokyo Rose 
Producer: John Sirabella 

Audio Engineer: Nick Stuteville 
C.C. Staff:
B.J. Toney 
Billie Houle 
Communications: Billie Houle 
Dialogue Mixer: Ron Abfalter 
Duplications: B.J. Toney 
Editing: Scott Marchfeld 
Effects Editor: Kevin Turner 
FX Designer: Skip Bowerman 
Music Editing: Kevin Turner 
Packaging Design: Merideth Mulroney 
Production Supervision: Sean Molyneaux 
Script Supervision: Jack Green 
Belinda Bizic as Margarita 
Cierra Atakkaan as Narrator 
Courtney Wright as Shizuka Nakamoto 
Dave Underwood as Chief 
Edi Wagenseller as Detective D 
J.R. Rodriguez as Detective A 
Jeff Johnston as Detective C 
Jerry Winsett as Detective B 
Pamela Weidner as
Android Mami 
Rick Forrester as Ikiarya 
Rob Zapple as Commissioner 
Stephanie Anderson as Mika Kalo 
Tamara Burnham Mercer as Kiyomi Arai 
Traci Dinwiddie as Reiko Takagi 

English companies
Broadcaster: Animax Asia 
Distributor: AnimeWorks 
Licensed by: Media Blasters 
Recording Studio: Coastal Carolina Sound Studios 

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