Anybody know anything about the Danish Sailor Moon dub?

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wjbraden

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Dec 17, 2018
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Hey everyone, I was checking out wiki moon, and apparently there's a rather obscure Danish dub of the 90's series out there (Sailor Moon in Denmark - WikiMoon). It sounds like a rather interesting dub, due to the fact that they dubbed all 200 episodes (uncommon for most European dubs) and the fact that there was the use of digital editing and censorship involved. Unfortunately, I haven't been able to find out much beyond what was posted in the wiki moon article, so I was wondering if anybody here knows anything about it.
 

Masquerade

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Nov 22, 2016
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If it aired in the main Danish network for seven years and was released in DVD/VHS like the page says, how there isn't any video of it available online?
Looks like some Danish moonie got bored and wrote an article about a fake dub on Wikimoon.
I googled Sailor Mercury's VA and couldn't find nothing about her.
 

Masquerade

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Nov 22, 2016
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Maybe you're right, but Susanne Breuning is credited as Sailor Uranus under her respective wikipedia page (Susanne Breuning - Wikipedia, den frie encyklopædi), though that could be made up too. I'm with you though, if this dub had years of TV airings and a DVD release, it would have showed up on the Internet by now. I'll have to keep looking into it.
Yeah, I came across her Wikipedia page as well.
 

ArisGamer2000

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Sep 9, 2020
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The dub has been proven fake =) but a friend states there was a clip of it online- I don't know why but me and my friends asked several Danish people who were watching DR1 and there was not such things in their memory.
 

Onuzim Ima

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AFAIK, Denmark (like the Netherlands) is among the countries in which traditionally most Imports are rather subtitled, not dubbed. The only things I remember having seen on Danish TV with a real dub would've been lil' kids shows by Disney like Rescue Rangers or the old 80s Lucky Luke.