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Yu-Gi-Oh!: The Movie (2004) Poster

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Norman J. Grossfeld (Executive Producer), Lloyd Goldfine (Writer) and Matt Drdek (Writer) are credited as the photographers of the Egyptian artifacts in the newspaper.
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Ryan Kelly (Compositing/Design) is credited as leading the archaeological team which discovered the Tomb of Anubis.
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The movie was written originally for an American audience, although it was made in Japan.
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The film aired on TV Tokyo on January 2, 2005.
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Four different Yu-Gi-Oh! cards were given away at theaters in the USA. They were of: Pyramid of Light, Blue-Eyes Shining Dragon, Sorcerer of Dark Magic, and Watapon.
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The Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie Soundtrack was released August 10, 2004 by RCA in the USA and Canada.
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Michael Pecoriello is the writer of the "Fact or Fiction" article in the newspaper.
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