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Sentai Filmworks Reveals Girls und Panzer Film's English Dub Cast

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Majority of cast from Sentai's English dub of TV anime returns for film debuting November 18

Sentai Filmworks revealed the English dub cast for the Girls und Panzer der Film anime movie on Wednesday. Eleven Arts will screen the film with the English dub beginning on November 18 in the United States. The dub cast, under ADR director Kyle Jones, ADR writers Tiffany Grant and Jones, and ADR spotter George Manley, includes:

Anglerfish Team:

Pravda High School:

Turtle Team:

Chi-Ha-Tan Academy:

Anteater Team:

Duck Team:

Hippo Team:

Leopold Team:

Mallard Team:

Rabbit Team:

St. Gloriana High School:

Saunders High School:

  • Emily Neves as Kay
  • Brittney Karbowski as Alisa
  • Stephanie Wittels as Naomi

Anzio High School:

Kuromorimine High School:

Continuation (Jatkosota) High School:

Selection University:

Other characters:

  • John Swasey as Corporate Slug
  • Christopher Ayres as Chairman
  • Joanne Bonasso as Punchy
  • Chelsea McCurdy as Shiho
  • Shelley Calene-Black as Ami
  • Joanne Bonasso as Ms. Shimada
  • Jenni Strader as Kanon
  • Tiffany Grant as Black Cat
  • Kyle Colby Jones as White Cat
  • Joel McCray as Mean Mouse
  • David Matranga as Shinzaburo
  • Maggie Flecknoe as Yukari's Mom
  • Christopher Ayres as Jungoro
  • Emily Neves as Yuri
  • Christina Kelly, Melissa Pritchett, Karlii Hoch, Elizabeth Bannor, Diane Gallagher, Carolyn Medrano, Samantha Stevens, Lauren Herink, Jenni Strader, Kalin Coates, Melissa Molano, Juliet Simmons, Kris Saltiel, Brittany Deans, Natalie Jones, Annie Mai, Tiffany Terrell, Chaney Moore, Tiffany Grant, and Nanci Brioso as Various Tank Girls
  • Ricardo Contreras, Joel McCray, Kyle Jones, Kris Saltiel, and Natalie Jones as Villagers

Eleven Arts will hold the official premiere at the New People Cinema in San Francisco on November 18 at 7:00 p.m. The event will include a Q&A with the English dub's director after the film's screening.

Sentai Filmworks announced in September that it had licensed the film.

The Girls und Panzer film is director Tsutomu Mizushima's follow-up to his 2012 Girls und Panzer television anime about schoolgirls who learn to battle in tanks with other teams nationwide. The film opened in Japan in November 2015, and it ranked #38 in the top 39 highest grossing Japanese domestic films of 2015 (tied with Grasshopper). In addition, the film has continued to run in Japanese theaters and add to its earnings, almost a full year after its initial opening. Certain theaters in Japan will continue to screen the film through its one-year anniversary on November 21.

The film shipped in Japan on DVD and Blu-ray Disc on May 27, and the release came with a new OVA that takes place after the events of the movie, as well as an episode of the "Akiyama Yukari no Sensha Kōza" (Yukari Akiyama's Tank Lecture) shorts. The limited special edition Blu-ray Disc of the film sold 162,361 copies in its first week and topped Oricon's overall Blu-ray Disc chart for the May 23-29 week.

The film won a Seiun Award in July for Best Dramatic Presentation.


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