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Theatrical Poster drawn by Akiyoshi Hongo and Eric Goldberg.

Digimon: The Movie
is a 2000 Fantasy Anime Romantic Comedy Feature Film based on the Hit Japanese Franchise and the Anime of the same name as well as the Sequel, produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios, Film Roman and Toei Animation, distributed by 20th Century Fox, Paramount Pictures, New Line Cinema, Dark Horse Entertainment, Miramax Films, Imagine Entertainment, Working Title Films, RKO Pictures, Spyglass Entertainment, American Zoetrope Studios, Alliance Films, Walden Media and Walt Disney Pictures.

The Anime Film was directed by Creators Akiyoshi Hongo and Eric Goldberg, it was adapted to the screen by Ron Clements and John Musker and the Screenplay was written by Adolph Green and Betty Comden.

Hongo and Goldberg wanted to make the Digimon Movie and they went through different approaches for 13 years before Walt Disney, Ron Clements and John Musker agreed to its production.

The Film attracted Disney's Nine Old Men, veteran Disney and Non-Disney Animators of the Golden Age of American Animation and Animators in Japan.

The Film features an All-star Ensemble cast, which itself is the largest of all Animes that came before Digimon: The Movie. They include Robin Williams, Jim Carrey, Paul Goddard, Bob Hoskins, Nathan Lane, Matthew Broderick, Johnny Depp, Brad Renfro, Steve Martin, Robert Downey, Jr. and Billy Crystal, among many others.

The Music composed by Stephen Sondheim also shared the same success as sales rocketed.

Digimon: The Movie was released on October 6, 2000 to Rave Reviews and was the most successful film of 2000, earning more than over $267 Billion, over $600 Billion in Revenue in the United States and more than over $760 Billion Worldwide, over $900 Billion, making it one of the Highest Grossing Anime Films of all time. The Film earned many Awards, most of them for its Soundtrack. Digimon: The Movie even won a clean sweep of 11 Academy Awards, including Best Picture, the first Anime to win it.

Introduction

Before the Movie begins, there is an introduction with Akiyoshi Hongo and Eric Goldberg that appear in the VHS, DVD and Laserdisc releases. In it, they explain the brief history of Walt Disney Pictures and how they made Digimon in 1975.

Plot

The Narration was done by Tony Award winner Christopher Lee.

In the Prologue,

As the movie begins,

Credits

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Writing Credits

Cast

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Original Music by

Cinematography by

Film Editing by

Casting by

Production Management

Camera and Electrical Department

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Music Department

Other Crew

Production

The entire production took over 13 years to complete.

Development

Akiyoshi Hongo and Eric Goldberg wanted to make a Film Version of Digimon since 1977. With the success of their Animated Virtual Pet Games and their Shows on Broadway, Hongo and Goldberg started the Story Development and Characters Designs in the late 1970s, the 1980s and early 1990s.

After the success of the Studio Ghibli and Pokemon Films and F3: Friendly, Faithful and Fair, 20th Century Fox wanted to replicate its success by having a Theatrical Feature for Digimon as well. Unfortunately, at the time, Toei Animation had no feature-length films for Digimon, but instead had Animation Fairs every spring and summer with featurettes showcasing their current Animated titles. The only films produced for Digimon at that time were Digimon Adventure (1997), Our War Game! (1997) and Digimon Hurricane Touchdown!/Supreme Evolution! The Golden Digimentals (1998), the first two directed by Mamoru Hosoda and the final by Shigeyasu Yamauchi. All of whom are co-directed and supervised by Hongo and Goldberg while they were written for the english version by Alan Menken and Howard Ashman (Digimon Adventure), Ron Clements and John Musker (Our War Game!) and Terrence McNally and Peter Stone (Digimon Hurricane Touchdown!/Supreme Evolution! The Golden Digimentals). Joining with Fox included Walt Disney Pictures, Paramount Pictures, New Line Cinemas, Dark Horse Entertainment, Working Title Films, Imagine Entertainment, Spyglass Entertainment, RKO Pictures and Miramax Films.

Writing

During the late 1970s and 1980s, Hongo and Goldberg explored many possibilities of how the story could be interpreted.

Another example is involving the story of Peter Pan, both the classic Novel and Play by J.M. Barrie, told through the eyes of Digimon. 

Voices

Promotion

Digimon: The Movie is also best known for its astonishing Film Promotion since the Movie was In-Production and Completed.

Taco Bell, McDonald's, Burger King, KFC, Dominoe's Pizza, Pizza Hut and Wendy's heavily promoted Digimon: The Movie the summer before the Film's release and premieres via a summer partnership with the franchise from July 13, 2000 to September 9, 2000. Participating Restuarants offered toys and other collectibles with purchase of their kids' meals. When the Film premiered at Grauman's Chinese Theatre, New Amsterdam Theatre and Radio City Music Hall, every admission was given out with either an Animation Cel from the Movie, a limited edition "Digi Battle" trading card or free Tickets for the Digimon Broadway Musical at the Ziegfeld Theater. There were a total of 40 cards obtainable. When the Film debuted in local Theaters, a free Drawing of the Broadway Cast by Al Hirschfeld was given out with every admission.

The Posters were drawn by Akiyoshi Hongo, Eric Goldberg, Howard Ashman and Al Hirschfeld.

Music

The Score was composed by Tony Award-winning Songwriter Stephen Sondheim, recorded in New York and performed by The New York Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Leonard Bernstein.

Release

Digimon: The Movie was released on October 6, 2000 in the United States.

Premieres

Digimon: The Movie held its Hollywood Premiere at the Grauman's Chinese Theatre on August 24, 2000, followed by its New York City Premiere at the New Amsterdam Theatre on Broadway and Radio City Music Hall on September 22, 2000 and its New Zealand Premiere at the Auckland Civic Theatre on December 20, 2000.

The Film then opened in the United Kingdom on September 30, 2000, on October 6, 2000 in the United States and on December 25, 2000 in New Zealand.

Both Premieres are taped by Disney and turned into Emmy Award-winning TV Specials in 2001, starting with Digimon in Hollywood.

Reception

The Film was both a Commercial and Critical Success around the World.

Box Office

Digimon: The Movie opened at #1 in the Box Office and earned more than $433,5599,2685 at the New Amsterdam Theatre, over $567,9765,3587 at the Radio City Music Hall and over $635,7568,4769 worldwide, becoming the Highest Grossing Film of 2000 and the first Anime to do so.

Critical Reception

The Film recieved extremely positive reviews. On the review website Rotten Tomatoes, the film recieved a perfect 100% " Certified Fresh" rating, as more than 100% of critics gave the Movie rave reviews. The same goes for the Audience rating of over 100%.

Siskel & Ebert gave the film "Two Thumbs Up".

Leonard Maltin calls it "The Greatest Animated Film Audiences both Young and Old will adore and never forget".

Metacritic gave the Movie a perfect "Universal Acclaim" score of 100/100.

Lawrence van Gelder of The New York Times describes the Film as "Heart-warming, Hilarious, Rousing, Well-Concieved, Perfect-Balanced and Completely Original", as it has a perfect balance of "Storytelling Talent" and Animation.

Gene Shalit of The Today Show calls it "An Innovative and Powerful Anime Masterpiece."

Liam Lacey of The Globe and Mail gave the Film four stars, noting that the "Film features a strong blend of Magic, Inspiration and Imagination, making Digimon: The Movie a Smash-Hit everywhere with its Original Plot, Spectacular Character Development, Animation, Motivation, Poignant Drama, Unforgettable Music, Wacky Comedy and Romance".

Owen Gleiberman of Entertainment Weekly gave the film a positive review, praising the Animation, Story and Music, as well as the characters.

In The New Yorker, Michael Sragow said, "Digimon: The Movie is a Treasured Classic that has touched the Hearts of Audiences around the World, Young and Old. It not only features Morphing Monsters, but it also shows a winning combination of Drama, Action, Adventure, Science-Fiction, Romance, Comedy, Fantasy and Breath-taking Animation."

In a 2006 poll by British Film Magazine Empire, Digimon: The Movie was No. 4 on their list of "The Top 10 Best Animated Pictures to Win Best Picture Oscar".

Rating

In America, this Film was rated G by the MPAA.

Accolades

Out of the Animes of the 2000s, Digimon: The Movie recieved the largest amount of recoginition from Hollywood.

At the 73rd Academy Awards, "Digimon: The Movie" won all Eleven Academy Awards including Best Picture (tying with Gladiator), Best Ensemble Cast in an Animated Feature, Best Original Screenplay (Hongo, Goldberg, Clements, Musker, Green and Comden), Best Animation, Best Original Song (Change Into Power tying with Things Have Changed), Best Director (Hongo and Goldberg tying with Steven Soderbergh for Erin Brockovich), Best Sound Editing, Best Sound Mixing (tying with Gladiator), Best Film Editing, Best Cinematography, Color and Best Original Musical or Comedy Score (Sondheim).

At the 58th Golden Globe Awards, "Digimon: The Movie" won the Golden Globe Award for Best Animated Feature FilmBest Ensemble Cast in an Animated Feature Film, Best Original Song (tying with Things Have Changed) and Best Original Score (tying with Gladiator).

Soundtrack

Music from the Motion Picture Digimon: The Movie is the original Motion Picture Soundtrack for the film, "Digimon: The Movie", released on September 19, 2000 on Maverick Records and Walt Disney Records. The Original Music was composed by Stephen Sondheim and was performed by the New York Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Leonard Bernstein. The Official version of the Orchestral Score exists in Sondheim's Soundtrack version. Fans and Critics prasied the Soundtrack for its variety of Tracks both from Digimon and from Artists. It won a Grammy Award for Best Movie Soundtrack.

Media

The Film shared the same success on Home Video.

Home Media

The Film was released on VHS and DVD in April 6th, 2001, while it's still playing in Theaters.

Trailers and TV Spots

For the Trailers and TV Spots, the Narrators include Don LaFontaine (Teaser Trailer, Theatrical Trailer 1, Marketing Trailer and TV Spot 1, 2 and 6), Nick Tate (Theatrical Trailer 2, Hollywood Premiere and TV Spot 9, 11 and 12), John Leader (Theatrical Trailer 3, New Zealand Premiere Trailer, Broadway Premiere Trailer and TV Spot 5, 7 and 8), Al Chalk (Theatrical Trailer 4 and San Francisco Premiere Trailer) and Mark Elliot (Theatrical Trailer 5, New York Premiere Trailer and TV Spot 3, 4 and 10).

Teaser Trailer

Narrator: From the beginning, Walt Disney gave life to a tradition of innovation. From the world's first full-length Animated Feature, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, to the new photographic techniques introduced in One Hundred and One Dalmatians. From the combination of Animation and Live Action in Who Framed Roger Rabbit? to the dazzling use of Computer Technology in Beauty and the Beast. From the unforgettable Cinematic Visions seen in An American Tail to the unbelievable Live Action techniques in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. The world's first Computer Animated Feature Film, Toy Story and the world's first Anime Musical, The Dog of Flanders.

Narrator: Now Walt Disney Pictures, 20th Century Fox, Paramount Pictures, New Line Cinemas, Dark Horse Entertainment, Working Title Films, Imagine Entertainment, Spyglass Entertainment, RKO Pictures and Miramax Films are joining forces with Akiyoshi Hongo and Eric Goldberg, the creative Animators behind Aladdin, Hercules and Fantasia 2000 among many others to bring you their most abitious, unique and innovative Movie of all time, Digimon: The Movie.

Narrator: Featuring the unforgettable score by Stephen Sondheim, the Award-winning Composer of Company, Follies, A Little Night Music, Into the Woods, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum and Sweeney Todd.

Narrator: An All Star Cast brings the Characters of Digimon: The Movie to life.

Narrator: Including Phillip Glasser, Allison Mack, James Madio, Miko Hughes, Judith Barsi, Drake Bell, Jonathan Taylor Thomas, Mandy Moore, Erik von Detten, Anne Hathaway, Bradley Pierce, Haley Joel Osment, Robin Williams, Jim Carrey, Gilbert Gottfried, Jerry Orbach, Dante Basco, Robert Downing, Jr., Johnny Depp, Christian Bale, Brad Renfro, Jim Henson, Nathan Lane, Stephanie D'Abruzzo, Dave Goelz, Ernie Sabella, Leslie Carrara Rudolph, Jerry Nelson, Frank Oz, Thomas Dekker, Kristin Alderson, David Rudman, Richard Hunt, Bob Payne, John Tartaglia, Danny DeVito, Matthew Broderick, Richard Kind, Michael J. Fox, Michael Crawford, David Ogden Stiers, Mel Gibson, Lauren Holly, Billy Zane, Thomas Wilson, Marlon Brando, James Earl Jones and Bernadette Peters.

Narrator: Digimon: The Movie wouldn't be complete without your favorite Villains. John Partridge as the Ruthless Digimon Emperor.

Narrator: Paul Goddard as the cunning Captain Hook.

Narrator: Jonathan Freeman as the evil Sorceror, Jafar.

Narrator: Glenn Shadix as the mad scientist, Dr. Frankenstein.

Narrator: Harvey Fierstein as the Gunslinger, Electra

Narrator: James Woods as the Lord of the Underworld, Hades.

Narrator: Adam Sandler as the sleazy Meedler.

Narrator: Tim Curry as the villainous Pretorious.

Narrator: Jack Nicholson as the powerful Mukhtar.

Narrator: Peter Greene as the leader of the Gangsters, Dorian.

Narrator: And David Hasselholf as the Digi-Virus, Diaboromon.

Narrator: Prepare to experience an all new exciting Adventure in Filmmaking history and discover the astonishing new world of Digimon: The Movie. Coming to Theaters everywhere on October 6th, 2000.

Hollywood Premiere Trailer

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Broadway Premiere Trailer

Narrator: Coming soon to the New Amsterdam Theater on Broadway, it's Digimon: The Movie.

New York Premiere Trailer

Narrator: Coming to Radio City Music Hall, Digimon: The Movie.

San Francisco Premiere Trailer

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New Zealand Premiere Trailer

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Theatrical Trailer 1

Narrator: One of the greatest Adventures of all time is coming to theaters this fall.

Narrator: Digimon: The Movie.

Narrator: On October 6th....

Narrator: Experience a new kind of Animated Film.

Narrator: Walt Disney Pictures, 20th Century Fox, Paramount Pictures, New Line Cinemas, Dark Horse Entertainment, Working Title Films, Imagine Entertainment, Spyglass Entertainment, RKO Pictures, American Zoetrope Studios, Alliance Films, Walden Media and Miramax Films presents...

Narrator: An Adventure like you've never seen it before.

Narrator: Take a journey so extreme, it can only be experienced on the big screen.

Narrator: From the Creative Minds of Akiyoshi Hongo and Eric Goldberg. And the unique Imagination of Animators from America and Japan.

Narrator: Featuring the voices of Phillip Glasser, Allison Mack, James Madio, Miko Hughes, Judith Barsi, Drake Bell, Jonathan Taylor Thomas, Mandy Moore, Erik von Detten, Anne Hathaway, Bradley Pierce, Haley Joel Osment, Robin Williams, Jim Carrey, Gilbert Gottfried, Jerry Orbach, Nathan Lane, Ernie Sabella, Matthew Broderick, Joel Grey, Richard Kind, Michael J. Fox, Michael Crawford, James Earl Jones, Benicio del Toro, Dante Basco, Robert Downing, Jr., Johnny Depp, Christian Bale, Brad Renfro, Lauren Holly, Mel Gibson, David Hyde Pierce, Greg Kinnear, Kevin Spacey, Tom Hanks, Bernadette Peters, Rick Moranis, John Partridge, Paul Goddard, Jonathan Freeman, Glenn Shadix, Harvey Fierstein, Steve Martin, Bobcat Goldthwait, Matt Frewer, Jack Nicholson, James Woods, Bob Hoskins, Ben Stiller, Will Ferrell, Jack Black, Owen Wilson, Vince Vaughn, Luke Wilson, Steve Carrell, Tim Curry, Tommy Lee Jones, Peter Greene, William H. Macy, Gene Hackman, Rupert Grint, Ken Page, Patrick Stewart, Ian McKellen, Christopher Lee, Arnold Schwarzenegger and David Hasselholf, along with many more of your favorite Stars from Hollywood, West End and Broadway.

Narrator: Digimon: The Movie. Rated G. Coming to Theaters this October. To get the inside scoop of Digimon: The Movie, log on to www.digimonmovie.com.

Theatrical Trailer 2

Narrator: Travel to a World, like you've never seen it before. And experience the Magic as never before. Coming to Theaters for the first time ever. Akiyoshi Hongo and Eric Goldberg's timeless Masterpiece, Digimon: The Movie. Get ready for the greatest Animated Feature Film of all time. In the most spectacular Adventure ever.

Theatrical Trailer 3

Narrator: From two of the best known Animators comes a once in a lifetime experience. An Adventure so big, it can only happen on the Big Screen.

Narrator: It's a Tale to end all Tales.

Narrator: Where a new team of DigiDestined.

Narrator: Must unite.

Narrator: To battle with the wicked Digimon Emperor.

Narrator: The Ruthless Captain Hook.

Narrator: The cunning Jafar.

Narrator: The insane Dr. Frankenstein.

Narrator: The sly Meedler.

Narrator: The mighty Hades.

Narrator: The varmit Electra.

Narrator: The evil Pretorious.

Narrator: The terrible Dorian Tyrall.

Narrator: The powerful Mukhtar.

Narrator: And the dreadful Digi Virus, Diaboramon.

Narrator: To save the Digital World.

Narrator: From Akiyoshi Hongo and Eric Goldberg, the triple Oscar winning Animators of Sailor Moon, comes the first Animated Cinemascope Feature Film like never before. Featuring an unforgettable cast of Characters.

Narrator: In Akiyoshi Hongo and Eric Goldberg's one of a kind Adventure, Digimon: The Movie. Rated G.

Theatrical Trailer 4

Narrator:

Narrator: Critics everywhere are raving about Digimon: The Movie. They call it "Terrfic", "Unbelievable", "Wonderful", "Magnificent", "Unforgettable", "Spectacular", " Leonard Maltin calls it "The Greatest Anime Film Young and Old will adore and never forget". Siskel and Ebert gives it "Two Thumbs up".

Theatrical Trailer 5

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Marketing Trailer

Narrator: Beyond this Computer Gateway, lies a World of Enchantment. A World unlike anything Cinema Audiences have ever seen before. A World of Breath-taking Beauty, Laughter, Fun, Adventure and Excitement. Welcome to the World of Digimon: The Movie. While some Films take up to a year to produce, Digimon: The Movie has taken over thirteen years to complete. The Film features Scenes which had never before been attempted in an Animated Feature. Films like Fantasia, 2001: A Space Odyssey, Star Wars, An American Tail and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory has created new Cinematic Visions, now Digimon: The Movie brings a new Richness and Beauty to the Art of Anime and Traditional Animation. The Genius of Akiyoshi Hongo and Eric Goldberg brings this extraordinary Motion Picture to life, unlike any other.

Narrator: Akiyoshi Hongo and Eric Goldberg are the creators of Digimon and the Animators of Disney's Greatest Films, they've won two Oscars, three Emmys, three Grammys, two Tonys, four Golden Globes and 212 International Awards. The other Animators that ever won a Special Achievement Oscar includes D.B. Sweeney, Richard Williams, Don Bluth, Jim Henson, Frank Oz, Gary Goldman, John Pomeroy, Tim Burton, Hayao Miyazaki, the Nine Old Men and Walt Disney himself. But now their real Ambition, their life-long Dreams have finally been realized. Walt Disney Pictures, 20th Century Fox, Paramount Pictures, New Line Cinemas, Dark Horse Entertainment, Working Title Films, Imagine Entertainment, Spyglass Entertainment, RKO Pictures, American Zoetrope Studios, Alliance Flims, Walden Media and Miramax Films are proud to present, Digimon: The Movie.

Narrator: The Script was written by Broadway Lyricists and Playwrights, Adolph Green and Betty Comden. They created such Musicals including On The Town, Singing in the Rain, The Will Rogers Follies, On the Twentieth Century, Applause, Wonderful Town and Peter Pan. They have also been veteren writers of the Digimon Franchise, creating such Episodes such as Chaos at Skull Rock, Pyramid of the Crocodile, Sora's Crest of Love, King of Broadway, All Alone in the Moonlight and The Flame of Love. They also worked on the Animated Series, Madeline as Writers and Lyricists.

Narrator: Digimon: The Movie features the unforgettable Score by renowned Broadway Songwriter Stephen Sondheim. His credits include such Broadway Hits such as West Side Story, Gypsy, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Company, A Little Night Music and Sweeney Todd. The Score was performed by the New York Philharmonic Orchestra and conducted by Academy Award Winner, Leonard Bernstein.

Narrator: Digimon: The Movie wouldn't be complete without an unforgettable cast.

Narrator: With Epic Cinemascope Animation never before seen, the Film's richly decorative and innovative style of Anime offers all kinds of Merchandising opportunities. Companies such as Disney, Fox, Paramount, New Line, Dark Horse, Working Title, Imagine, Spyglass, RKO and Miramax are committed to providing large scale Merchandising Back-up for the Film in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, New Zealand, Japan, Australia, Russia and around the world. In New Zealand alone, Digimon: The Movie has a Million Dollar plus Advertising and Publicity Budget. But thanks to the vision of Akiyoshi Hongo and Eric Goldberg, there's a Story here from the press to tell as well. Extensive worldwide media coverage will ensure the public will become quickly acquainted with and inspired by the DigiDestined, the Digimon themselves and their friends. On the New Yorker Magazine, Green and Comden announced that Digimon: The Movie will run a year on Broadway at the New Amsterdam Theater. Six months after the Film's release, comes a nationwide Video and DVD launch. Such as the carefully crafted detail in Digimon: The Movie that it can be watched many times as Audiences of all ages are still discovering. On the DVD alone, Digimon: The Movie will feature a Special Edition Three Disc Box Set with Digimon Trade Cards, Brochures and Posters, along with a free Digivice with every purchase. Disney, Fox, Paramount, New Line, Dark Horse and Miramax, among many others will provide the tools necessary to ensure truly authentic Merchandising. From Brochures, Model Sheets, Style Guides and Movie Synopsis to Character Descriptions and Art on Paper, Slides and Transparents.

Narrator: 13 years in the making, Digimon: The Movie is set to become a timeless classic unlike any other Animated Feature Film.

Narrator: This is a unique, exciting, spectacular and innovative Motion Picture event that will have a long term impact in the far broader age of the unusual Animated Features.

Narrator: Digimon: The Movie is being brought to the attention of the public by the commitement and Back-up of 12 Major Studios. It's time for you to enter the Digital World and become the DigiDestined and the Champions against Evil. Get ready for Digimon: The Movie.

TV Spot 1

Narrator: This friday

Narrator: An unforgettable Adventure like you've never seen it before.

Narrator: A new team of DigiDestined must unite...

Narrator: To fight the most powerful Digi-Villains ever assembled.

Narrator: Digimon: The Movie. You can pick up an Exclusive Digimon Digi-Battle Trading Card or free Tickets to the Digimon Broadway Musical at the Ziegfeld Theater on Broadway, free with any purchase in participating Theaters while supplies last. You can find out more by logging on to www.digimonmovie.com. Rated G, General Audiences. Friday only in Theaters.

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Video Release Trailer 1

Narrator: Enter a whole new world....

Narrator: Where a new team of DigiDestined are about to become the heroes of the winner of the 2001 Academy Awards including Best Animated Feature.

Narrator: Digimon: The Movie.

Narrator: It's an all new Story about a new team of DigiDestined...

Narrator: Who must unite...

Narrator: To fight against the Digi-Villains.

Narrator: And discover the secret that will save the Digital World.

Narrator: Critics everywhere call Digimon: The Movie "Terrfic", "Fantastic", "Spectacular", "Wonderful", "Magnificent", "Breath-Taking", "Unforgettable", "Completely Original", "Unbelievable", "Phenominally Imaginative", "Great", "Fabulous" and "Beautifully New". Leonard Maltin calls Digimon: The Movie "The Greatest Animated Film Audiences both Young and Old will adore and never forget". Siskel and Ebert gives it "Two Thumbs Up". The New York Post claims "A Wonderful Animated Adventure since the Golden Age of Walt Disney".

Narrator: Get ready for one of the greatest Animated Adventures of all time.

Narrator: Digimon: The Movie. Rated G.

Video Release Trailer 2

Narrator: Coming soon to Video, Laserdisc and DVD.

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Narrator: Starring the voices of Phillip Glasser, Allison Mack, James Madio, Miko Hughes, Judith Barsi, Drake Bell, Jonathan Taylor Thomas, Mandy Moore, Erik von Detten, Anne Hathaway, Bradley Pierce, Haley Joel Osment, Robin Williams, Jim Carrey and many more.

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