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Nihao, My Concubine (らんま½ 決戦桃幻郷! 花嫁を奪りもどせ!! Ranma ½ Kessen Tougenkyou! Hanayome wo Torimodose!!?) is the second movie. It was released in August 1992, a month before the TV series ended. The movie features an original story.
After the characters are shipwrecked on a remote island, all of the young women are kidnapped by Toma, the master of illusions, and his band of animal-human hybrids. It is up to Ranma Saotome and his friends to rescue them.
During the ending theme and credits, several scenes interspersed with character portraits are shown illustrating how the cast spent their week on the island. In order, these are:
- A large peach
- Genma (panda), Nabiki, Kasumi, Ryoga, Mousse
- Ryoga cooking okonomiyaki on Ukyo's grill while she waits with Sarutoru
- Shampoo sunbathing on a deck chair while Mousse does deliveries
- Two scenes of the Togenkyo countryside: a waterfall and a dodo on a cliff
- Male Ranma with his face turned away, female Ranma looking at the camera, then male Ranma again, this time looking at the camera
- Wonton and Genma in panda form on their backs playing with balls
- Ryoga, Genma (panda), Mousse
- Torristan on top of a human-sized egg in a nest
- Happosai stealing the bridal candidates' lingerie and bikini tops
- The island's coat of arms
- Ukyo, Shampoo
- Nabiki sitting on a throne while Kuno fans her with a large leaf
- Male Ranma with his face turned away, female Ranma looking at the camera, then male Ranma again, this time looking at the camera (this is the only scene/montage to repeat)
- Kasumi, Toma, Akane, Ranma, and Soun having a meal while camping
- Togenkyo drifting in sight of Mount Fuji
At the end of the song, "Bye" (さよなら Sayonara?) is shown on screen as the characters say bye.
- らんま1/2 決戦桃幻郷! 花嫁を奪りもどせ!! on the Japanese Wikipedia
- Battle at Togenkyo! Get Back the Brides! at the Ranma ½ Perfect Edition
- Nihao, My Concubine (anime) at Anime News Network's Encyclopedia