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An animated series based on the popular electronic toy "Pocket Monster" in which children raise an electronic monster and train it to fight other monsters. In this show, Satoshi and his monster, Pikachuu, travel the land hoping to improve their skills and eventually become the grand champions. Along the way, they get into various adventures, usually involving fellow monster Nyath and his trainers. Written by
Jean-Marc Rocher <firstname.lastname@example.org>
(Pokémon Marching Song)
Performed by Sachiko Kobayashi (as Garura Kobayashi)
Lyrics by Akihito Toda
Music by Hirokazu Tanaka
Arrangement by Chell Watanabe
(Fourth ending theme, episodes #53-63 and #105) See more »
Too bad they did not release the Subtitled version of Pocket Monster (aka.Pokémon)in North America,because this is WAAAAAAAY better than the corny re-edit that is played on Saturday morning Television.
Sure the animation maybe a little crud(except the cute critters),but the cute story about raising monsters like children and interesting plot twists make this one well worth it.
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