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Dogasu's Backpack | Movies & Specials Guide | AG Movie 03
Satoshi and his friends have arrived in Rohta Town, where the legend of the "Wave-Guiding Hero" has been passed down from generation to generation. A festival is being held in Oldoran Castle to celebrate the Wave-Guiding Hero Aaron, who put an end to a war between two pokemon armies centuries before. Satoshi enters a competition to determine who will act as this year's hero, and the young boy wins! However, the celebration is cut short when Mew suddenly appears and takes Pikachu and Nyasu with it! What is it planning to do with the pokemon? Will Lucario learn to trust Satoshi as the new hero? Why are the three Regis fighting so dilligently? And what secrets lie in the Tree of the Beginning of the World?
At the end of the second Advanced Generation movie, Rekku no Houmonsha Deokishisu,
a brief flash of text informing the audience that a third Pocket
Monsters Advanced Generation movie appeared. No other
information was known about the movie until December 2004, when a
trailer revealing that the movie's feature pokemon was Mew was
Director Yuyama Kunihiko got inspiration for the setting of this movie,
Oldoran Castle, by visiting a number of castles in Bavaria,
Germany. Both Neuschwanstein
Castle and Linderhof Palace were used as the
models for this movie's setting.
an advanced ticket (sold between April 16th and July 15th, 2005) were
given a claim ticket that will enable them to capture Mew in any of
Boy Advanced Pocket Monsters games (Ruby, Sapphire,
Emerald, Fire Red, or Leaf Green).
The film was
the #2 highest-grossing film in Japan during 2005, earning 4.3 billion
yen (roughly US $36 million).
Since a translated version of the credits from an American DVD is not available yet, the following may not be completely accurate.
Thanks to Pokemonica for the above staff list.
English-language version of the movie has not yet been released, all
information regarding the American voice actors are merely assumptions.
1The voice actor for Mew in this film is Ko'orogi Satomi, while the voice actor for Mew in 1998's Mewtwo Strikes Back is Yamadera Kou'ichi. This has caused speculation that the Mew in this film is different from the Mew from the first movie.
2"King Kong" is the name of a Japanese comedy group that formed in September 1999. Nishino Akihiro (the voice actor for Freddie) and Kajiwara Yuuta (the voice actor for Usohachi) are the two members of the group and appear in the movie as special guest stars.
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