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Fruits basket. Episodes 13-19. Puddles of memories.

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Where To Find It

Call number: DVD Animation Fruits V.3

Available Copies: Downtown 1st Floor

Additional Details

Originally released as a television program in 2002.

Based on the original story "Hana to yume" by Natsuki Takaya.

English version voices: Laura Bailey, Eric Vale, Jerry Jewell, John Bergmeier, Parisa Fakhri, Daphne Gere.

The Sohma family is cursed. When a member of the family is embraced by a person of the opposite gender, they transform into an animal of the Chinese Zodiac.

DVD, region 1, full screen presentation; Dolby Digital.

Contents: Hana to yume.

Community Reviews

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I just love how there is always a good way where the main character helps people in the story.

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i luv this series

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it's poorly named for the subject matter only narrowing audience, but stories are tame & bit complex be followed! The sex appropriate conduct despite running joke of boys in dresses is admirable a household seen homophobic might only liken Tom Hanks' "Bosom Buddies" which is achievement!

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I love how Fruits Basket can touch on complicated human psychology in such a gentle way!

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