The Slayers

Season 1 Episode 101

Slayers (The Motion Picture) (MOVIE-1995)

Aired Monday 9:30 AM Aug 05, 1995 on AT-X
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Slayers (The Motion Picture) (MOVIE-1995)
Lina and Naga visit a seaside town and get involved in a scuffle with a demon named Joyrock.

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    Matt Greenfield

    Matt Greenfield

    Hooligan 4/Additional Voices

    Guest Star

    Keiko Han

    Keiko Han

    Rowdy Gabrielf

    Guest Star

    Minami Takayama

    Minami Takayama

    Young Rowdy

    Guest Star

    Megumi Hayashibara

    Megumi Hayashibara

    Lina Inverse

    Recurring Role

    Maria Kawamura

    Maria Kawamura

    Naga the Serpent

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (1)

    • NOTES (12)

      • Release information
        Premiere: July 29, 1995 in Japan.

      • In the English Dub Nahga makes a reference to another video, Dragon Half (which ADV also released), when Nahga and the three blobs are "playing" with her. that is not present in it's original Japanese format. Side note, Kelly Manison who voiced Nahga, also voiced Vina in the Dragon Half series.

      • With every subtitle in the movie spell called "Explosion Array!", Lina is actually saying "Dill Brando" spell. It is not known why they changed it.

      • "Slayers The Motion Picture" was not based on any of the novels written by the creator. So this would mean the screenwriter for the film, created a whole new storyline that is not connected to any part of the novel (except Naga.) Therefore, Rowdy is not related to Gourry in anyway.

      • Cynthia Martinez voiced Lina in the movie, NOT Lisa Ortiz.

      • ADV Films is ultra weird. Despite credit everyone else's name... they FORGOT to credit the Japanese actor's names!

      • For some strange reason, ADV Films (who "translated" and distributes the movie), they spelt Naga's name with a "H" becoming "Nahga" which is confusing since, if you know how to read Japanese, it clearly doesn't have a "H." It has a "-" with her name becoming in romanji "Na-ga" or "Naaga", the "-" should be streched out becoming a longer "a" sound.

      • Lina is about 13 or 14 years old in the movies.

      • First apperance of "Naga the Serpent." We later find out that Naga is the older sister of Amelia.

      • DVD Features:
        Scene Index: 12 Chapters and Credits
        Languages: English/Japanese
        Subtitles: English/Spanish/Off
        Special Features:
        Character Bios: Lina; Nahga; The Wizard Rowdy; Joyrock The Demon; Juliano Jubibieno, Sorcerer A; Lagos, Master Illusionist
        Slayers Slayers Trailers: Jelly's Revenge Mix, Latin Lingo Mix, Slayers OVA Mix
        Slide Show: 10 Pictures
        DVD Credits
        ADV Previews: Queen Emeraldas; Battle Angel; Legend of Crystania; Tekken Sensation Match; Sakura Wars; Slayers; City Hunter; Dirty Pair Flash; Ninja Resurrection; Sorcerer Hunters; Neon Genesis Evangelion; Those Who Hunt Elves.

      • Theme Song: "Midnight Blue"
        Lyrics: Satomi Arimori
        Music: Hidetoshi Sato
        Performed by Megumi Hayashibara (Star Child Record)

      • Film Runtime: 75 Min (Appr.)

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Nahga: "Go bother a 'Dragon Half'."
        Dragon Half is a anime (also released by ADV Films.)

        In the English Dub, Nahga tells this to three blob (or Slime in Dragon Half) like creatures that resemble the creatures in Dragon Half. This reference only appears in the dub version, and is NOT mentioned anywhere in the original Japanese format.