Sailor Moon in Denmark

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Sailor Moon in Denmark refers to the Danish translations of the Sailor Moon anime and manga released in Denmark.

The anime first aired in Denmark on November 27, 1998, on the main broadcast network of Denmark, DR1. Episodes were aired on Saturday mornings at 8:00 am Copenhagen time. The show was one of Danmark Radio's most successful children's shows, and continued to air on the network until June 25, 2005.

Censorship and Changes[edit]

The producers of the dub tried to remain close to the original Japanese series, and there was not much censorship done by DR. The Danish dub changed some characters' names, and some characters were given names from the original English dub. Usagi's name remained "Usagi" in Danish, but she was referred to as "Kanin" (Rabbit) on some DVDs and VHS tapes released by DR.

Zoisite and Fisheye became female. Zirconia became male. The Three Lights remained female the entire time, instead of only changing to female when they transformed into the Sailor Starlights.

In episode 24, Nephrite's blood was changed from green to red.

Death Phantom was called "the Grim Reaper."

In the final episode of the anime, the scenes where Usagi was nude were edited so that she was wearing a dress.

Episode 89 was included as the first episode of Sailor Moon S, instead of the last episode of Sailor Moon R. Episodes 167-172 were part of Sailor Moon SuperS instead of Sailor Moon Sailor Stars.

Voice Actors[edit]

Character Actor
Kanin Tsukino/Sailor Moon
Chibiusa/Sailor Moon Jr.
Chibi Chibi
Susanne Breuning
Darien Chiba/Tuxedo Mask
Tommy Kenter
Amy Mizuno/Sailor Mercury
Lars Thiersgaard
Raye Hino/Sailor Mars
Sibylla Rasmussen
Makoto Kino/Sailor Jupiter
Yale Kot/Sailor Star Healer
Vibeke Hastrup
Mina Aino/Sailor Venus
Kristen Price
Haruka Tenou/Sailor Uranus
Paprika Steen
Queen Beryl
Michelle Kaiou/Sailor Neptune
Annevig Schelde Ebbe
Tsetsuna Meiou/Sailor Pluto
Erika Kou/Sailor Star Maker
Vibeke Dueholm
Hotaru Tomoe/Sailor Saturn
Sarah Koh/Sailor Star Fighter
Pauline Rehné
Tiger's Eye
Mathias Klenske
Caspar Phillipson
Ms. Haruna
Louise Engell
King Diamond
Motoki Furuhata
Dr. Tomoe
Peter Secher Schmidt
Kenny Tsukino
Grim Reaper
Povl Dissing


The manga was released by Forglaet Carlsen, one of Denmark's oldest magazine publishers, in 2003, and followed the same changes as in the anime.