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Usagi in Tears! Glass Shoes for her Birthday
Ep101
うさぎ涙! 誕生日にガラスの靴を
Usagi Namida! Tanjoubi ni Garasu no Kutsu wo
Season

3, Sailor Moon S

Air date

July 2, 1994

Writer

Katsuyuki Sumizawa

Director

Yuji Endo

Monster

Cenicienta

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NORTH AMERICAN DUB
Title

“Birthday Blues, Part 1”

Air date

June 27, 2000

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Individual Happiness

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Birthday Blues, Part 2

"Usagi in Tears! Glass Shoes for Her Birthday" is the 12th episode of the third season of the Sailor Moon anime, and the 101st episode overall. The episode first aired in Japan on July 2, 1994. The English dub title for this episode is "Birthday Blues, Part 1", and the episode first aired in North America on June 27, 2000.

Summary

It is June 30 and Usagi's 15th birthday, but she becomes furious when Mamoru forgets her birthday. Mamoru buys her an expensive pair of glass shoes, but fails to realize that they are implanted with a Daimon Egg. Kaolinite steals Usagi's brooch, and kidnaps Tuxedo Mask.

Plot

Changes

Changes From the Manga

  • This episode is a filler. None of the scenes happened in the manga.

Dub Changes

Other Dub Titles

  • Catalan: Les llàgrimes de la Bunny: les sabates de cristall (1a part)
  • Spanish: Zapatos de cristal(1ª parte)
  • Mexican: ¡Serena en lágrimas!Unas zapatillas de cristal como regalo de cumpleaños
  • French: Les chaussures de verre (1)
  • Polish: Kryształowe pantofelki
  • Portuguese: O Sapatinho de Cristal (parte 1)
  • Russian: Хрустальные туфельки (часть 1)
  • Hungarian: Üvegcipő, 1. rész
  • German: Bunnys Geburtstag – Teil 1
  • Chinese: 小兔的眼淚! 玻璃鞋是生日禮物
  • Italian: Le scarpette di cristallo (prima parte)

First Appearances

Trivia

  • In the anime, this is the first time someone took Usagi's transformation brooch in order to keep her from transforming into Sailor Moon. In this episode it was Kaolinite. The other incidence was in episode 110, where it was Haruka.
  • Cenicienta (the Daimon's name) is the Spanish word for Cinderella, which is why she was associated with glass slippers/shoes.

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