Yuriko KADO門 由利子
Family name (in kanji): 門
Given name (in kanji): 由利子
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Demashitaa! Powerpuff Girls Z (TV) : Storyboard (eps 9, 17), Episode Director (eps 3, 9, 17)
Digimon Frontier Movie : Assistant Director
Digimon Tamers Movie 6: The Runaway Digimon Express : Assistant Director
Digimon: The Golden Digimentals (movie) : Assistant Director
Dokidoki! Precure (TV) : Episode Director (4 episodes
eps 8, 15, 22, 29)
Futari wa Pretty Cure Max Heart (TV) : Episode Director (ep 41)
HappinessCharge PreCure! (TV) : Storyboard (ep 8), Episode Director (ep 8)
Kanon (TV 1/2002) : Assistant Unit Director (ep 2)
Negibōzu no Asatarō (TV) : Episode Director (eps 4, 13)
Smile Precure! (TV) : Episode Director (5 episodes
eps 4, 12, 21, 34, 42)
Suite Precure (TV) : Episode Director (eps 25, 39)
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Justin answers two questions about really long series: is longevity something the creators prefer? And why do they get licensed less? Plus, prospects for some re-releases, and why so much hentai got licensed back in the day. ― What happened? The questions dried up again! Once again this week, I was really desperate for questions. Is it because everybody is on spring break? Anyway, I need your help! ...
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