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When Cartoon Network USA aired of Pokémon the Movie Diancie and the Cocoon of Destruction on November 8th, 2014, about five minutes' worth of footage was cut to make the movie short enough to air in the allotted time slot.  This page documents those cuts.

It is assumed that this removed footage will be restored for the DVD release.

Cut - 11 seconds
As soon as our heroes spot Xerneas the legendary pokemon hops away.  Then, Diancie and the others chase after it.

Cut - 8 seconds
After Xerneas runs off Diancie runs after it before thanking it.

"Xerneas...I'm grateful."

Cut - 1 second
The TV version's missing a one-second shot of Riot taking a peek from behind a rock.

Cut - 4 seconds
You know what else isn't in the Cartoon Network airing?  This shot of Marilyn's Megayanma landing on the water, fluttering its wings a bit, and then flying off again.

Cut - 7 seconds
After Riot awkwardly drops Marilyn into the water there's a sequence where the thieves wonder what all the commotion's about.  It's removed from the TV broadcast.

"What's going on here?" "I don't know"

Hitotsuki:  "To~!"

| Opening / World of Pokemon | Avignon Town | On the Road | Pursued by Thieves |
| Return to the Diamond Kingdom | Allearth Forest | Yveltal's Reign of Destruction | Life is Restored |

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