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  • Actors: Various
  • Directors: Various
  • Format: Animated, Box set, Dubbed, Full Screen, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English (Stereo)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Viz Media
  • DVD Release Date: March 31, 2009
  • Run Time: 650 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (149 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000I0QLF0
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #80,842 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Pokémon: Indigo League - Season One, Part 1" on IMDb

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Pokemon Season 1: Indigo League Part 1

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Pokémon scored an immediate hit when it debuted on American TV in 1995: Adapted from a Gameboy game created by Satoshi Sajiri, the diminutive "pocket monsters" spawned a multibillion dollar franchise on both sides of the Pacific. The initial mania died down after a few years, but the games and the animated series and features have remained popular. Although it's unabashedly product-based and overly cute at times, Pokémon remains an agreeable children's entertainment that stresses friendship, perseverance, and good sportsmanship. The first broadcast season introduces the main characters and follows them through first part of the game in its original Red and Blue versions. Aspiring Pokémon trainer Ash Ketchum must establish a bond with Pikachu, the ultra-cute, but initially recalcitrant "electric mouse." He leaves his home in Pallet Town and quickly befriends fellow-trainers Misty and Brock. As the trio wanders through forests and towns, Ash begins collecting Pokémon and fighting other trainers. (The fights are very tame: Pokémon faint when they're exhausted, but are never injured or killed.) The three friends also outwit inept comic villains of Team Rocket, Jesse, James, and Meowth. Ash gradually matures through his experiences: In episode 20, he learns self-sacrifice when he allows Butterfree, the first Pokémon he caught and trained, to find a mate and depart for their nesting grounds. The original motto, Pokémon Getto Daze! (Let's Get Pokémon!) became "Gotta Catch 'Em All!" and many fans are still trying to do just that, although the initial number of 151 Pokémon, has more than tripled over the years. (Unrated, suitable for all ages: cartoon violence) --Charles Solomon

Customer Reviews

It is a high quality set that has three normal sized dvd cases in a cardboard container.
C. Point
The only downside is there are a lot more episodes that you have to wait for. hopefully they will release the next set soon!!!
Cassandra J. Cates
We both loved watching the show when we grew up and are having so much fun rewatching them now that we're old.
emily

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200 of 207 people found the following review helpful By Tenchi Masaki on November 18, 2006
Format: DVD
1. All 3-disc are in Dolby Digital 2.0, and are only in the English.
2. There are no subtitles, but there is Closed Captioning.
3. Pokémon is presented in Fullscreen 1.33:1
4. The Poké-rap can be found at the end of certain episodes.
5. There are no special features.

Disc 1:
1. Pokémon - I Choose You!
2. Pokémon Emergency
3. Ash Catches A Pokémon
4. Challenge Of The Samurai
5. Showdown In Pewter City
6. Clefairy And The Moon Stone
7. The Water Flowers Of Cerulean City
8. The Path To The Pokémon League
9. The School Of Hard Knocks

Disc 2:
10. Bulbasaur And The Hidden Village
11. Charmander-The Stray Pokémon
12. Here Comes The Squirtle Squad
13. Mystery At The Lighthouse
14. Electric Shock Showdown
15. Battle Aboard The St. Anne
16. Pokémon Shipwreck
17. Island Of The Giant Pokémon
18. Tentacool & Tentacruel

Disc 3:
19. The Ghost Of Maiden's Peak
20. Bye Bye Butterfree
21. Abba And The Psychic Showdown
22. The Tower Of Terror
23. Haunter Verus Kadabra
24. Primeape Goes Bananas
25. Pokémon Scent-Station!
26. Hypno's Naptime
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63 of 65 people found the following review helpful By M. Boone on December 18, 2006
Format: DVD
This is the first box set that has been released for Season One of Pokemon. This collector's set is indeed only the 4kids American dub with no second Japanese version. It contains three discs; each in a nice hard case that slide into one cardboard sleeve. The artwork on the box and each individual case is nicely done. The set contains the first 26 episodes of season one. Note though, that this is not the entire first season as the American version contains 78 episodes (80 in Japan). This means, according to my calculations, that two more box sets would need to be released (each containing 26 more episodes) to complete the season.

Also, be aware that the episode, "Beauty and the Beach," is not in its rightful slot and is not part of this set. Even though it was first banned during season one, it was later played as "the lost episode of Pokemon" during the Orange Islands season (though heavily edited). It is not clear why the episode was not reinserted back into this season, as that would make logical sense.

The menus are decent but nothing spectacular. When it comes to scenes selection, each episode is divided into only two parts. The first, being before the commercial break, and the second, coming after the break. The video quality looks pretty good. After comparing the color of episode one from this set to the version originally released on DVD with just three episodes, I found that the colors were slightly brighter or vivid in this version than the other.

Overall, this is the best edition of season one that there is to date. It's worth the purchase if you do not mind the American version. Hopefully, they will release the rest of season one very shortly. I rate this product 4 out of 5 stars because it does not contain the episode "Beauty and the Beach."
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45 of 51 people found the following review helpful By redland on May 24, 2008
Format: DVD
I enjoyed watching Pokemon when I was growing up, and so when they released the box set I had to get it. Unfortunately, Viz Media doesn't quite live up to the anime DVD standards set by other companies. The overall lack of quality was really disappointing.

- The cases themselves feel really flimsy and weak. My first thought when I touched them was "bootleg." The box art is colorful but really kind of plain. It just didn't look as polished and professional as other anime DVDs, which was shocking since I dare say Pokemon is probably one of the most popular (or at least well-known) anime series of all time. Furthermore, there are no included inserts: just an episode list that looks exactly the same as the one on the back covers of each DVD. (I wonder why they even bothered?)

- DVD menus are colorful, albeit very plain and minimalistic (only options are "play" and "episodes"). No Japanese track, and no subtitles. No extras either. You get the dubbed episodes plus the full Pokerap (which isn't a menu option, so you have to skip to it). Again, the price is comparable to the Cowboy Bebop or Big O collections, which also have 26 episodes, but those collections include the full Japanese language track, subtitles, and extra bonuses. AND the box art, DVD menus, and overall quality just feel more professional.

- The skipped American episode "Beauty and the Beach" is missing, nor is it in any of the later sets. This isn't that big a deal, but it does throw off the chronology for certain events. Plus it just doesn't make sense: by the time these box sets were released, the episode had been dubbed and broadcast on American television. So why couldn't it have been included here?

- These videos aren't uncut and uncensored, like what you'd find with most typical anime.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Shawn on March 2, 2009
Format: DVD
If you want to collect some or all of the pokemon anime episodes on dvd, then here is a comprehensive guide that will help explain the progression of the pokemon series and the current availability in box set form.

Season 1: Indigo League (available in 3 dvd box sets, 79 episodes)

Season 2: Adventures in the Orange Islands (1 dvd box set, 35 episodes)

Season 3: The Johto Journeys (*no box set available, 41 episodes)

Season 4: Johto League Champions (*no box set available, 52 episodes)

Season 5: Master Quests (2 dvd box sets, 64 episodes)

Season 6: Advanced (2 dvd box sets, 40 episodes)

Season 7: Advanced Challenge (*no box set available, 52 episodes)

Season 8: Advanced Battle (*no box set available, 54 episodes)

Season 9: Battle Frontier (2 dvd box sets, 47 episodes)

Season 10: Diamond and Pearl (2 dvd box sets, 51 episodes)

Season 11: D/P Battle Dimension (tba)

Season 12 D/P Platinum (tba)

* = can be found on vhs and single disc dvd containing 3-6 episodes ea.
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Where's our Japanese?!
Yea, I wish Viz would include a box set with both the original Japanese episodes with subs and the english dub
Jul 4, 2011 by Kyle |  See all 4 posts
Season 2?
If you mean a continuation of eps 27- (which would technically be Season 1 part 2) we don't know yet, but loads of fans are asking the same as you and me. Strangely enough they seem to have released a small perfect collection of Orange Island episodes AND Adanced episodes, so lets just hope they... Read More
Apr 21, 2007 by Francois The Armaldo |  See all 5 posts
Region?
YES IT WILL
Feb 6, 2007 by Andrew Fazenbaker |  See all 2 posts
Chronological order
I think you have to get the orange islands too.
Jul 4, 2011 by Kyle |  See all 2 posts
Netflix?
It is now, if you still care.
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