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It is after the Great War and the U.S. is experiencing an economic prosperity unlike anything ever seen before. However, all is not well, as the occurences of the ocult and devil-worshippers begin to sprout up all over the country. Enter the Magdalene Order, a special group of exorcist that use tradional methods (holy water and special metal) and infused them into the technology of the time to battle these demons and their summoners. This is the story of Rosette Christopher, a young exorcist and her close friend Chrono, a demon with a dark history, as they go on a quest to find and rescue Rosette's younger brother, Joshua, from the clutches of evil. This is going to be a trip!
Runtime: 22 minutes
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The anime series Chrono Crusade premiered in Japan on Fuji TV on November 23, 2003 and ran for twenty-four episodes until its series finale on June 10, 2004. Produced by Gonzo Digimation, the series is adapted from the first three volumes of the eight-volume manga series of the same name by Daisuke Moriyama across the first thirteen episodes. The remainder of the series is primarily an original story line that occasionally still pulls from the source manga, which was incomplete at the time the anime series finished. The anime was licensed for release in North America by ADV Films. The company's English dub of the series was broadcast in the United States on Showtime Beyond from February 17, 2006 through July 28, 2006. ADV released the episodes across seven individual DVD volumes before releasing the entire series in a single box set collection. This collection was voted best anime of 2004. Funimation Entertainment later licensed Chrono Crusade after ADV Film's license expired, and is re-releasing it to DVD in February 2011. Chrono Crusade was broadcast on Syfy beginning on February 22, 2011. The series uses two pieces of theme music. “Tsubasa wa Pleasure Line” (翼は Pleasure Line, Tsubasa wa Pureshā Rain, Wings Are Pleasure Line), by Minami Kuribayashi, is used for the series' opening theme while Saeko Chiba's “Sayonara Solitaire” (さよならソリティア, Sayonara Soritia, Farewell Solitaire) is used for the ending theme.
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