Princess Snow Kaguya — the movie’s villain — is the obvious pick for our Kaguya reference, but I’m not so sure about that. Since the villain actually plays a relatively minor role in this film, and doesn’t really have anything to do with Kaguya other than her name, I think we can leave her out of the discussion.
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Sailor Moon S the Movie: Hearts in Ice 1994: As Usagi and her friends enjoy Christmas vacation, an unusual and fierce snowstorm hits town. The evil Snow Queen Kaguya has returned to claim Earth as her own. Crucial to Queen Kaguya's plan is a magical crystal from outer space, approaching Earth disguised as a comet. Once she gets hold of the crystal, she will have the power to suck away all.
A snow storm has hit Tokyo, marking the arrival of the deadly alien Princess Snow Kaguya! She has a chilling plan to freeze the earth, but it requires a single piece of her ice comet to returned to her. After falling ill due to the cold, Luna is rescued by a handsome astronomer, Kakeru, who happens to have the remaining shard of the comet! Called into action to protect Luna and her new found.
Sailor Moon, the inner and the outer senshi and Sailor Chibi-Moon all battle to hold back Princess Snow Kaguya and her minions. Meanwhile Luna, with some last minute help from Sailor Moon's Silver Crystal, struggles to keep Kakeru from giving up. Reprints. from Nakayoshi (Kodansha LTD, 1954 series) circa November, 1994.
Princess Snow Kaguya is the main antagonist in the Sailor Moon S movie, Hearts in Ice. She is an icy humanoid alien who freezes planets for her collection. She is voiced by Melissa Fahn in the redub. Kaguya previously tried to freeze Earth, which she wanted in her collection the most, but was banished by means of the Silver Crystal.
A sudden snowstorm has hit Tokyo, marking the return of an ancient being named Princess Snow Kaguya! She has a chilling plan to freeze Earth, but it requires the recovery of a missing piece of her ice crystal. After falling ill due to the cold, Luna is rescued by a kind-hearted but misunderstood astronomer, Kakeru, who happens to have the remaining shard of the crystal!
Sailor Moon S: The Movie (initially released with the subtitle Hearts of Ice in North America) is the second Sailor Moon film. This time around, it's based on a manga short story written by Naoko Takeuchi.It was originally released in Japan on December 4, 1994, between episodes 116 and 117 of the '90s anime, with it premiering at the winter 1994 Toei Anime Fair (along with a film from the Aoki.