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Seiya and Usagi's Heart-Pounding Date
|Seiya to Usagi no doki-doki dēto|
July 20, 1996
|NORTH AMERICAN DUB|
Changes From the Manga
- In the manga Seiya and Usagi never had a date.
- Sailor Iron Mouse was killed by Sailor Star Healer.
- In the Mexican dub, the name of the movie Minako invites Taiki to watch with was changed to "El amor de los adultos es aventurero y apasionado" (Adult's love is adventurous and passionate), which sounds more of a romantic movie. The original japanese name was "Adults' Love XX", which seems to be an adults movie.
- Ami has a few lines after Usagi was asked for a date, but in the Mexican dub it was omitted.
- Although in the Mexican dub that scene wasn't ommited nor the dialogue changed, in Argentina and other Latin american countries where the Mexican dub was aired, the scene where Seiya seems to want a physical relationship with Usagi was cut completely.
- This was the last appearance of Sailor Iron Mouse in the first anime.
- Haruka and Michiru were wearing the same shirt, but Michiru's was pink and Haruka's was blue.
- Whenever Sailor Iron Mouse's phone appeared, the third movement of Frédéric Chopin's Piano Sonata No. 2 played in the background. It is also commonly known as the "Funeral March" somewhat foretelling that Iron Mouse's punishment of death was drawing near.