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Rescued from a drunken attacker by a judoist, Aida Nonoka resolves to become as good as her savior, hoping one day to recognize him by the scar on his back. Transferred to a new high school, she meets two older boys who could possibly be the person to whom she owes her life and wants to give her heart-see Utena. Multiple unrequited yearnings as three judo girls and three judo boys fall in and out of love while they're supposed to be throwing each other around a room-with matters greatly exacerbated by the sudden arrival of a forgotten fiancé from Holland. Based on the manga in Shojo magazine by Miyuki Kitagawa, this is an even gentler judo soap opera than Yawara, whose earlier success it was doubtless trying to emulate.

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Name: Princess Army
Release Date: Jan. 1, 1992
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Runtime: 30 (mins)
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