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Cardcaptors - Star Power (Dub.VHS 9)
Title: Cardcaptors - Star Power
Volume: Dub.VHS 9
Running time: 30
Distributor: Geneon Entertainment (USA) Inc.
Release date: 2002-07-09
Suggested retail price: $14.98
Age rating: nr
UPC: 013023152236 013023152236
Sakura's Magic Fails! After capturing all the Clow Cards, everything should be back to normal, shouldn't it? No! Sakura is in for a surprise when a new student and a new enemy appears. Only this time, Sakura's wand doesn't work! How is she going to com bat this new evil without her Clow Cards?
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