Urusei yatsura

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September 28, 2017

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The series begins when aliens from the planet Oniboshi invade Earth. They agree to leave only if Earth's champion can defeat the Oni champion in a game of tag within a ten-day time limit. Earth's champion, randomly selected by the aliens, is Ataru Moroboshi, a Japanese teenager with highly overactive hormones. The alien competitor turns out to be the curvaceous Lum, so Ataru relishes the idea of having to catch this beauty. However, his attitude changes when he discovers that Lum can fly. When things start looking desperate for the Earth, Ataru's girlfriend, Shinobu offers to tie the knot if he succeeds, and on the last day, when he finally catches Lum, he declares his intentions to be married. Lum misunderstands this as a proposal and eagerly agrees, since she has become smitten with Ataru. He tries to disengage himself, but Lum is adamantly faithful and demonstrates a willingness to use her natural ability to generate electric shocks to keep her "husband" in line. Later in the ... Written by Bill Moakler and Steve Linhart

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Release Date:

14 October 1981 (Japan) See more »

Also Known As:

Those Obnoxious Aliens See more »

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Technical Specs


23 min

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Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1 See full technical specs »

Did You Know?


The "Dappya Monsters" who appeared in many episodes were not actually intended to be cast members of Urusei Yatsura, but instead are a complex in-joke started by Takahashi in the manga and carried over into the TV series. They were the alien invaders in Takahashi's first work, "Kattena Yatsura!" ("Those Selfish Bastards!") a manga story that got Takahashi her contract with Shogakukan, where she started work on Urusei Yatsura. See more »


[repeated line, to Ataru]
Shinob: You flirtatious scum!
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Crazy Credits

During the end credits, we see Lum dance to the song "space is weird" and after the credits close we see the cast in a big crowd and a Dappya monster falls on Ataru's head. See more »


Followed by Urusei Yatsura: Otome bashika no kyôfu (1991) See more »


Koi no Mebiusu
(Moebius of Love)
Written by Shô Jitsukawa and Sachio Kubota
Music by Hiroji Hayakawa
Arranged by Virgin Vs.
Performed by Rittsu
Courtesy of Kitty Records
(Closing theme Season 6)
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