Pokémon: The First Movie

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Pokémon: The First Movie: Mewtwo Strikes Back, originally released as Pokémon the Movie: Mewtwo Strikes Back, is a 1998 Japanese anime film directed by Kunihiko Yuyama, the chief director of the Pokémon television series.wikipedia
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Pokémon: Mewtwo Returns

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Overseas, the prologue can only be seen as a bonus short in DVD versions of Pokémon: Mewtwo Returns.
我ハココニ在リ MEWTWO SAGA), is a special hour-long episode of the Pokémon anime series, and is a direct sequel to Pokémon: The First Movie.

Mewtwo Strikes Back: Evolution

During the end credits of Pokémon the Movie: The Power of Us (2018), it was announced that a remake and a first full CGI, Mewtwo Strikes Back: Evolution was set to release on the following year.
The film is the 22nd installment in the Pokémon film series and is a CGI remake of the first film.

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It is the first theatrical release in the Pokémon franchise.

Mew (Pokémon)

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Scientist Dr. Fuji is hired by Giovanni, leader of Team Rocket, to utilize his expertise in cloning in order to create a living weapon based on an eyelash from legendary Pokémon Mew.
Mew's first film appearance was in Pokémon: The First Movie as a main character alongside Mewtwo.

Mewtwo

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In a laboratory, the weapon eventually gains sentience and is named Mewtwo.
In English, Jay Goede voiced Mewtwo in Mewtwo Strikes Back (being credited under the pseudonym "Philip Bartlett" ) and the Pokémon Live! musical, while Dan Green provided the voice in Mewtwo Returns.

Pokémon: The First Movie (soundtrack)

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Pokémon: The First Movie is the soundtrack to the first Pokémon film in the American English dub.

Kunihiko Yuyama

Pokémon: The First Movie: Mewtwo Strikes Back, originally released as Pokémon the Movie: Mewtwo Strikes Back, is a 1998 Japanese anime film directed by Kunihiko Yuyama, the chief director of the Pokémon television series.

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The Shogakukan Production Co. also altered various background from the original version of the film in order to enhance its presentation overseas.

Pokémon the Movie: The Power of Us

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During the end credits of Pokémon the Movie: The Power of Us (2018), it was announced that a remake and a first full CGI, Mewtwo Strikes Back: Evolution was set to release on the following year.
Mewtwo Strikes Back: Evolution, a remake of Pokémon: The First Movie opened in Japanese cinemas on July 12, 2019, directed by Kunihiko Yuyama and Motonori Sakakibara.

Pokémon: The Movie 2000

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The subsequent releases of Pokémon: The Movie 2000 and Pokémon 3: The Movie featured a similar marketing campaign.
The Power of One earned less at the box office than its predecessor, Pokémon: The First Movie, but was still a financial success and received better reviews upon release.

Meowth

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Ash chases after his captured Pikachu down the cloning lab, where Team Rocket's Meowth is also cloned.
Meowth was cloned in Pokémon: The First Movie, but his clone could not talk or walk on two legs, likely because Meowth needed to learn how to perform these actions.

Jay Goede

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He is also credited (under the name Philip Bartlett) as the voice of Mewtwo in the English dub of Pokémon: The First Movie.

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