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Digimon: Digital Monsters 

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A group of young teens is unexpectedly sent to the mysterious Digital World and paired up with their own powerful, morphing monster called the Digimon. Together the entire group set out on an adventure to fight evil and save the world.
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Complete series cast summary:
Steve Blum ...  J.P. Shibayama / ... 137 episodes, 2000-2003
Mona Marshall ...  Izzy Izumi / ... 116 episodes, 1999-2003
Tifanie Christun ...  Yolei Inoue / ... 119 episodes, 1999-2003
Derek Stephen Prince ...  Veemon / ... 81 episodes, 1999-2003
Philece Sampler ...  Mimi Tachikawa / ... 111 episodes, 1999-2003
Brianne Brozey ...  Tommy Himi / ... 97 episodes, 1999-2003
Michael Reisz ...  Matt Ishida / ... 111 episodes, 1999-2003
Mari Devon ...  Renamon / ... 61 episodes, 1999-2003
Brian Donovan ...  Narrator / ... 99 episodes, 2000-2003
Brian Beacock ...  Takato Matsuki / ... 100 episodes, 2001-2003
Tom Fahn ...  Agumon / ... 78 episodes, 1999-2003
Michael Sorich ...  Neemon / ... 49 episodes, 1999-2003
Melissa Fahn ...  Rika Nonaka / ... 91 episodes, 2001-2003
Wendee Lee ...  T.K. Takaishi / ... 47 episodes, 1999-2003
Dave Mallow ...  Angemon / ... 42 episodes, 1999-2003
Kirk Thornton ...  Gabumon / ... 84 episodes, 1999-2003
Laura Summer ...  Patamon / ... 86 episodes, 1999-2001
Dave Wittenberg ...  Henry Wong / ... 50 episodes, 2001-2003
Lara Jill Miller ...  Kari Kamiya / ... 80 episodes, 1999-2002
Joshua Seth Joshua Seth ...  Tai Kamiya / ... 72 episodes, 1999-2003
Paul St. Peter ...  Wormmon / ... 43 episodes, 1999-2003
R. Martin Klein ...  Gomamon / ... 53 episodes, 1999-2003
Mary Elizabeth McGlynn ...  Digivolution Voice / ... 1 episode, 2000-2003
Edie Mirman ...  Gatomon / ... 70 episodes, 1999-2001
Bridget Hoffman ...  Jeri Katou / ... 42 episodes, 2001-2003
Peggy O'Neal ...  Suzie Wong / ... 39 episodes, 2000-2003
Doug Erholtz ...  T.K. Takaishi / ... 49 episodes, 1999-2001
Michelle Ruff ...  Zoe Orimoto / ... 50 episodes, 2002-2003
Steve Staley ...  Koji Minamoto / ... 47 episodes, 2000-2003
Neil Kaplan ...  Hawkmon / ... 45 episodes, 2000-2003
Michael Lindsay Michael Lindsay ...  Joe Kido / ... 60 episodes, 1999-2001
Jeff Nimoy ...  Tentomon / ... 55 episodes, 1999-2001
Colleen O'Shaughnessey ...  Sora Takenouchi / ... 53 episodes, 1999-2001
Brad MacDonald Brad MacDonald ...  Kazu Shioda / ... 39 episodes, 2001-2003
Robert Axelrod ...  Armadillomon / ... 42 episodes, 1999-2001
Anna Garduno ...  Palmon / ... 43 episodes, 1999-2001
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Storyline

Seven kids attending a summer camp in Japan are transported to an alternate world linked to ours by the Information Superhighway. That's why it is called Digiworld. The kids make friends with strange creatures called Digimon who become stranger as they "digivolve". During the course of the story, the kids learn that they and the Digimon are the only hope of saving both Earth and Digiworld from total destruction. Written by Steven Pani <sjpani@aol.com>

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Champions of the Digital World.


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Trivia

Genki Yoshimura and Atsushi Maekawa took over as head writers for season 2 (Adventure 2 in Japan) and both were told to write in their own styles which lead to a lot of creative clashing between them and other writers. See more »

Quotes

Davis: Hey I believe in good hygene so before you destroy us could you wash your hands?
Veemon: Oh really? It's a good thing he's never seen your room.
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Crazy Credits

During the 3rd season of Digimon, Laura Jill Miller is still credited as "Kari" and Brian Donovan (I) is still credited as "Davis", but neither of those characters appear in the 3rd season. See more »

Alternate Versions

In "Dream a Little Dream," Guilmon drew a star and a circle around it on the soccor field. In the dub, the circle was not even there. This is a symbol of evil, the one that triggers Vilemon (Evilmon in the original) to appear from the ground. See more »

Connections

Referenced in Honest Game Trailers: Pokemon Red and Blue (2015) See more »

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Better than your average Pokemon Clone
23 November 2004 | by PhloxSee all my reviews

5 years ago, I'm watching a commercial break during the original Pokemon. All of a sudden, I see an interesting commercial: a new anime show named "Digimon." "Hmmm.." I think to myself. "Probably some half-baked rip-off of Pokemon. Oh well. I guess I might as well watch it anyway." To my surprise and utter delight, what I watched a week later was by no means some Pokemon clone as I had anticipated. I had found myself wrapped up in an original masterpiece that had me immediately hooked. That first season of Digimon had me engaged from the opening segment of the first episode to the last scene of the final episode in a complex web of character building, good and evil and an occasional hinted romance. Though the next 3 installments were also great, they have not surpassed the glory of season 1. Though the series is indefinitely canceled, you can still catch re-runs on Jetix or through tapes. But I must warn you: You WILL Be hooked.

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Official Sites:

Disney | Fox Kids

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Japan | Spain | Mexico | Argentina | Colombia

Language:

Spanish | English | Japanese

Release Date:

14 August 1999 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Digimon 02 See more »

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$71,196
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(205 episodes)

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Dolby

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Color
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