Love Hina: Love Hurts
Original Title: Rabu Hina
Country of Origin:  Japan
Production year: 2000
Director: Yoshiaki Iwasaki
Rating: NR(Television)
UPC [Locale]: 669198-190391
Running time: 1:26 (86 Min.)
Casetype: Keep Case
Format: NTSC, [Color status unset], 1.33:1, Full Frame
DVD-Format: Single-Sided, Single-Layered
Released: August 06, 2002
Collection type: Owned (#138)
Status: Available
Purchase date: February 19, 2006
Purchase price: Hidden
Review (movie): 0 / 10
Review (video): 0 / 10
Romance goes Awry

The younger residents of the Hinata apartments, wanting to see what all the fuss is about, decide to try their hand at Kissing

with Kaolla involved, it's anything but normal.

Meanwhile, a crisis has hit the apartments! They all need to get part-time jobs to come up with the rent money. After a round of serious bickering, they all agree to do what they have to. And Keita winds up getting a job with a man from Naru's past ...

A man for whom she once had very strong feelings.

Their reunion is interrupted by the discovery of an ancient turtle civilization underneath the town. How dangerous could an ancient turtle civilization be? You don't wanna know!

And finally, after all this, the group puts on a play of the famous "Journey to the West," the legend of Son Goku. Martial arts, puppets, treachery, tanks, and talking horses - this play has it all.

Contains Episodes 13-16:
13. The First Kiss Tastes Like Lemon? Marshmallow? Grown-up
14. Naru's Crush Is Now a Tokyo U Professor: Turning Into Love?
15. I Love You! Romantic Confession Inside a Cave: Tall Tale
16. Monkey Performance at the Seaside Teahouse Hinata: A Kiss?
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Production Studios:
 • Bandai Entertainment
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 • TV Tokyo
Audio format
English  Dolby Digital 2-Channel Stereo
Japanese  Dolby Digital 2-Channel Stereo
# Description A B DS DL A DL B
1Episodes 13-16
 • Scene Access
 • Feature Trailers
 • Featurettes
 • Gallery
 • Production Notes/Bios
Yoshiaki Iwasaki....Director
Ken Akamatsu....Original Material By
Yukinao Shimoji....Executive Producer
Maki Terashima....Executive Producer
Ron Myrick....Producer
Del Casher....Producer
Katsutoshi Hirose....Director of Photography
Fumio Hirokawa....Director of Photography
Koichi Korenaga....Composer
Hideyuki Tanaka....Sound Designer
Yayoi Otake....Sound Editor
Shinichi Yamaoka....Costume Designer
Hachidai Takayama....Art Director
 Japanese Cast
Yuji Ueda....Keitaro Urashima (voice)
Yui Horie....Naru Narusegawa (voice)
Masayo Kurata....Shinobu Maebara (voice)
Yu Asakawa....Motoko Aoyama (voice)
Reiko Takagi....Sue Kaolla (voice)
Junko Noda....Mitsune "Kitsune" Konno (voice)
Megumi Hayashibara....Haruka Urashima (voice)
Masako Nozawa....Hina Urashima (voice)
Hiroyuki Yoshino....Masayuki Haitani (voice)
Michio Miyashita....Kimiaki Shirai (voice)
Satsuki Yukino....Mutsumi Otohime (voice)
Yasunori Matsumoto....Noriyasu Seta (voice)
Yumiko Kobayashi....Sarah MacDougall (voice)
Yuri Shiratori....Mei Narusegawa (voice)
Ryutaro Okizayu....Kentaro Sakata (voice)
Yukie Maeda....Onsen Tamago (voice)
Hiromi Tsuru....Shinobu's Mother (voice)
 English Cast
David Umansky....Keitaro Urashima (voice)
Dorothy Melendrez....Naru Narusegawa (voice)
Ellen Arden....Shinobu Maehara (voice)
Mona Marshall....Motoko Aoyama (voice)
Barbara Goodson....Mitsune Konno (voice)
Wendee Lee....Kaolla Su & Tama (voice)
Jane Alan....Haruka Urashima (voice)
Jean Howard....Mutsumi Otohime (voice)
Steve Areno....Kentaro Sakata (voice)
Gene Holliday....Kimiaki Shirai (voice)
Brandon Jeremy....Masayuki Haitani (voice)
Ronald Allen....Noriyasu Seta (voice)
Julie Maddalena....Sarah MacDougall (voice)
Donovan Ross....Wise Man (voice)
Reba West....Little Girl (voice)
Monique York....Emi (voice)