- Saban Moon, the American adaptation of Sailor Moon, was developed by Toon Makers and production company Renaissance Atlantic Entertainment in 1993, two years before the original English-language anime aired in the United States.
- Unlike the original anime, the creators of the Western version decided to combine animation and live action. They wanted to show everything that happens on Earth with the help of game shooting, and for events in space they used animation in the style of Western cartoons.
- Saban Moon never made it to release, and so far no one has been able to get access to the pilot. However, blogger Ray Mona conducted a months-long investigation and still obtained a copy of the canceled show series from the Library of Congress.
- The only footage of the canceled “Saban Moon” still available was in the music video from an anime exhibition that took place in the nineties.
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