Inuyasha: Meguri Au Mae no Unmei Koiuta (special)

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Alternative title:
Inuyasha: La canzone del destino (Italian)
InuYasha: The Love Song From Before We Met (Japanese)
InuYasha: The Tragic Love Song of Destiny
犬夜叉スペシャル めぐり逢う前の運命恋歌 (Japanese)
Themes: demons, tragedy
Objectionable content: Significant
Plot Summary: The Tragic Love Song of Destiny is about Inuyasha, a dog demon who meets Kikyo, a priestess who protects the shikon jewel from demons. They fall in love and are torn apart by an evil demon named Naraku who pursues the jewel to gain great power and desires the death of Kikyo.
User Ratings: 503 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 58 votes (sub:40, dub:16, raw:1, edit.dub:1)
 Excellent: 102 votes (sub:62, dub:29, edit.dub:2, raw:1, ?:1, others:7
5 Spanish subtitled
1 Portuguese subtitled
1 Russian subtitled
)
 Very good: 139 votes (sub:78, dub:48, edit.dub:3, ?:1, others:9
7 Spanish subtitled
1 Italian dubbed
1 Portuguese subtitled
)
 Good: 107 votes (sub:71, dub:34, edit.dub:1, others:1
1 Catalan dubbed
)
 Decent: 68 votes (sub:45, dub:21, ?:1, others:1
1 Spanish subtitled
)
 So-so: 15 votes (sub:11, dub:2, edit.dub:1, raw:1)
 Not really good: 5 votes (dub:3, sub:1, edit.dub:1)
 Weak: 2 votes (sub:2)
 Bad: 5 votes (dub:3, sub:2)
 Awful: -
 Worst ever: 2 votes (sub:2)
Seen in part or in whole by 1259 users, rank: #907 (of 7040)
Median rating: Very good
Arithmetic mean: 7.710 (Very good−), std. dev.: 1.5724, rank: #965 (of 7059)
Weighted mean: 7.616 (Very good−), rank: #1004 (of 7059) (seen all: 7.62 / seen some: 7.49)
Bayesian estimate: 7.614 (Very good−), rank: #792 (of 5318)
Running time: one hour
Vintage:
2004-04-19 (Original Japanese Broadcast)
2006-05-24 (Original USA Broadcast: Part 1)
2006-05-31 (Original USA Broadcast: Part 2)
Release dates: We have 1
Opening Theme:
#1: "One Day, One Dream" by Tacky and Tsubasa (eps 147-148)
Ending Theme:
#01: "My Will " by ???
#01: "My Will" by Dream
#1: "Change the World" by V6 (eps 147-148)
#02: "Fukai Mori" by Do As Infinity
#03: "Dearest" by Hamasaki Ayumi
#04: "Every Heart" by BOA
#05: "Shinjitsu no Uta" by Do As Infinity
#06: "Itazurana Kiss" by ???
#07: "Come" by Amuro Namie
Trivia: We have 2
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Music: Kaoru Wada
Original creator: Rumiko Takahashi
Kappei Yamaguchi as Inu-Yasha
Noriko Hidaka as Kikyo
Satsuki Yukino as Kagome Higurashi

Houko Kuwashima as Sango

Asako Dodo as Kagome's Mom
Hideaki Takizawa as Shako (TV broadcast only)
Hiroshi Isobe as Shako (home video release)
Hiroshi Tenaka as
Naraku
Onigumo
Hiroshi Yanaka as
Naraku
Onigumo
Spider who becomes Naraku
Hisako Kyouda as Kaede
Katsumi Suzuki as Grandfather
Kayo Sakada as Children
Kazunari Tanaka as First Black Oni
Kouji Yoshida as Villager
Mayu Amase as Children
Miho Yamada as Kuromiko Tsubaki
Mika Itou as Kaede (young)
Rei Igarashi as
Mukade Jourou
Mukade Jourou - Mistress Centipede
Tadahisa Saizen as Third Spider
Takashi Kubota as Villager
Toshihiko Nakajima as Villager
Japanese companies
English staff
English cast
(none)
Richard Cox as InuYasha
Willow Johnson as Kikyo

Jenn Forgie as Kaede (young)
Pam Hyatt as Kaede
Paul Dobson as Naraku

Cathy Weseluck as Kagome's Mom
Don Brown as
Demon Slayer
One-Eyed Ogre Brother
French Tickner as Kagome's Grandfather
Janyse Jaud as Child
John Murphy as Villager
Kirby Morrow as Villager
Matthew Erickson as Demon Slayer
Moneca Stori as Kagome Higurashi
Paul Dobson as
Demon Slayer
Onigumo
Snake Shikigami
Pauline Newstone as Mistress Centipede
Peter New as
Demon Slayer
One-Eyed Ogre Brother
Rebecca Shoichet as Child
Richard Newman as
One-Eyed Ogre Brother
Snow Panther
Sharon Alexander as Tsubaki
Trevor Devall as Shako
Ward Perry as Demon Slayer
English companies
ADR Production: The Ocean Group
Broadcaster: Cartoon Network (Adult Swim)
Recording Studio: Ocean Studios
Spanish staff
Spanish cast
ADR Director: Gabriel Gama (Mexican dub)
Translation: Diana Nolan (Mexican dub)

Adaptation:
Eliot Gama (Mexican dub; one ep)
Jennifer Medel (Mexican dub)
Re-Recording Engineer: Arturo Velez (Mexican dub)
Recording engineer:
Alan René Bressant (Mexican dub)
Ismael Verástegui (Mexican dub; Onigumo and Naraku dialogues)
Omar Sánchez (Mexican dub; Onigumo and Naraku dialogues)
Ana Lobo as Ahome Higurashi (Mexican dub)
Enzo Fortuny as Inu-Yasha (Mexican dub)
Georgina Sanchez as Kikyo (Mexican dub)

Liliana Barba as Sango (Mexican dub)

Alan René Bressant as
Naraku (Mexican dub)
Onigumo (Mexican dub)
Angela Villanueva as Kaede (Mexican dub)
Diana Nolan as Kaede (Mexican dub; young)
Yolanda Vidal as Ahome's Mom (Mexican dub)
Spanish companies
ADR Production: Optimedia Productions (Mexican dub)
ADR Studio: Bond Productions Mexico (Mexican dub)
Distributor: The Japan Foundation (Latin America)
Licensed by: The Japan Foundation (Latin America)
Portuguese staff
Portuguese companies
(none)
Licensed by: The Japan Foundation (Brazil)
Portuguese cast
(none)

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