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Sailor Moon Hebrew Logo
סיילור מון is the Hebrew dub of Sailor Moon. The anime was released there in 2011.

Translations

Original Hebrew
Ikuko Tsukino Ikoko Tsukino
Makaiju Ets Ha-Avadon
Calaveras Calabras
Berthier Bertier
Esmeraude Esmerodo
Saphir Sapir
Prince Demande Demand
Wiseman/Death Phantom Phantom Ha-Mavet
Hotaru Tomoe/Sailor Saturn Hutaro Tomoe
Kaolinite Kaurinite
Eudial Yugiel
Tellu Telulu
Viluy Viruit
Ptilol Petirol
Mistress 9 Ha Gveret Ha-Tshi'eet
Messiah of Silence Ha Meschicha Shel Ha-Dmama
Pegasus Pegasos
Amazon Trio Shlishiyat Amazon
Tiger's Eye Ein-Namer
Fish Eye Ein-Dag
Hawk's Eye Ein-Ait
Lemures Remless
Phage Phange
Three Lights Shloshet Ha-Orot

Censorship and Changes

Zoisite was given a stereotypically gay voice. While the Sailors said "Wake Up" instead of "Make Up" when transforming, the translators decided to have them still say Wake Up after realizing their error as they felt it had a better ring in Hebrew than "Make Up". Fish Eye remained male. All nude scenes were censored by blurring the character's bodies.

Cast

Hebrew Voice Actor Character(s)
Michal Resheff Usagi Tsukino/Sailor Moon/Princess Serenity up to episode 149 and then from 176 onwards
Hadar Shachaf Ma'ayan Usagi Tsukino/Sailor Moon/Princess Serenity from episodes 150-175
Anat Alpan Chibiusa Tsukino/Sailor Chibi Moon, Black Lady and Light of Hope
Maya Bar-Shalom Luna, Ikuko Tsukino, Petz, Eudial, Cyprine, Ptilol, Sailor Galaxia
Elad Samocha Ami Mizuno/Sailor Mercury from episodes 1-150
Shira Naor Ami Mizuno/Sailor Mercury from episode 151 onwards
Liat Har-Lev Rei Hino/Sailor Mars, Unazuki Furuhata in episode 69
Noah Kashapitzki Makoto Kino/Sailor Jupiter
Hilly Israel Minako Aino/Sailor Venus
Tzvika Forman Mamoru Chiba/Tuxedo Mask/Prince Endymion, Artemis
Sharon Shachal Setsuna Meiou/Sailor Pluto, An, Calaveras, Unazuki Furuhata (bar episode 69) 
Avital Abergil Haruka Tenou/Sailor Uranus
Sapir Darmon Michiru Kaiou/Sailor Neptune, PallaPalla, Sailor Lead Crow
Efrat Ben-Israel Queen Beryl, Esmeraude, Telulu, Zirconia, Princess Kakyuu
Orly Katan Haruna Sakurada, Queen Metalia, Koan, Kaorinite, Queen Nehellenia, CereCere, Sailor Aluminum Siren
Guy Roshiniack Jadeite, Kunzite, Ail, Wiseman, Prince Demande, Ein-Namer, Grandpa Hino in season 2
Liron Lev Kenji Tsukino, Shingo Tsukino, Nephrite, Rubeus, Ein-Dag, Motoki Furuhata in season 2, Souichi Tomoe in season 5 and Seiya Kou.
Yuval Garbash Zoisite and Motoki Furuhata in season 1 and Grandpa Hino in season 1.
Eitan Greenburg Gurio Umino,Saphir
May Jacobson Naru Osaka, Berthier, Mimete, Viruit, Diana, JunJun, Sailor Archabat Bazel, Sailor Tin Nyanko
Yuval Segal Souichi Tomoe in season 3, Ein-Ait, Granpa Hino (in season 3)
Orly Tagar Hotaru Tomoe/Sailor Saturn/Messiah of Silence
Sa'ar Badishi Yaten Kou
Michael Einav Taiki Kou
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