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Pokémon: Indigo League - Season One, Part 3 (2009)

Ikue Ohtani , Eric Stuart  |  NR |  DVD
4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (80 customer reviews)

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  • Actors: Ikue Ohtani, Eric Stuart, Rachael Lillis, Veronica Taylor, Mayumi Iizuka
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Box set, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English (Stereo)
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: VIZ VIDEO
  • DVD Release Date: March 31, 2009
  • Run Time: 650 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (80 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000WW1YOM
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #73,604 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Pokemon Season 1: Indigo League Part 3

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As the first season of Pokémon concludes, Ash Ketcham and his friends Misty and Brock stop in some curious places en route to Indigo Stadium for the Pokémon League Tournament: Santa Claus' workshop, a movie set, a surfing beach, the ruined city of Pokémopolis, and Hollywood. The problem is that Ash should be training for his League matches, instead of allowing himself to be distracted. He hasn't been working as hard as he should, and his Charizard won't obey him most of the time. But Ash remains supremely self-confident, pointing out that he's made it to the Tournament, the Pokémon Trainer's equivalent of the Olympics. During his first matches, Misty and Brock coach from the sidelines--when Brock isn't chasing every pretty girl in sight. Professor Oak offers additional counseling from Pallet Town, and sends Ash the exotic Pokémon he needs. Gary, Prof. Oak's cocky grandson, is defeated early in the Tournament, and takes it badly. Team Rocket's comic villainy produces the usual disastrous results--until Jessie and James discover they're actually good at selling souvenirs and fast food. Meowth is appalled at the prospect of their going straight. Ash gains a real friend in fellow-trainer Richie. Although they eventually lose their matches, Ash and Richie learn to accept defeat gracefully, and they agree to redouble their efforts to become great Pokémon trainers. Those aren't bad messages for a children's show. (Rated A, all ages: cartoon violence) --Charles Solomon

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185 of 190 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Pokemon Anime Buyers Guide March 2, 2009
By Shawn
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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68 of 69 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The end of a Poké-era! May 7, 2008
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All 3-disc are in Dolby Digital 2.0 sound and all are in the English language.
Closed Captioning only, no subtitles on any of the 3-disc.
No special features or banned episodes again.
The picture format is in Fullscreen 1.33:1

'Pikachu's Jukebox' is hear, it's just not included as a special feature since it appears in between episodes.

Disc 1: Episodes 53-61

53. Princess vs. Princess
54. The Purr-fect Hero
55. Riddle Me This
56. Volcanic Panic
57. Beach Blank-out Blastoise
58. The Misty Mermaid
59. Clefairy Tales
60. The Battle Of The Badge
61. It's Mr. Mime Time

Disc 2: Episodes 62-70

62. Holiday Hi-Jynx
63. Snow Way Out!
64. Showdown At The Po-ké Corral
65. The Evolution Solution
66. The Pi-kahuna
67. Make Room For Bloom!
68. Lights, Camera, Quack-tion
69. Hollywood Heartbreak
70. To Master The Onixpected

Disc 3: Episodes 71-79

71. The Ancient Puzzle Of Pokémopolis
72. Bad To The Bone
73. All Fired Up!
74. Round One - Begin!
75. Fire And Ice
76. The Fourth Round Rumble
77. A Friend In Deed
78. Friend And Foe Alike
79. Friends To The End
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3.0 out of 5 stars Good for nostalgia, but that's about it. June 8, 2008
By redland
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.

- "Princess versus Princess" and "The Purr-fect Hero" are the first episodes in this collection, which were taken out of order from the second collection and stuck here. It's nice that they did put these episodes in (as opposed to leaving them out altogether, like what they did with "Beauty and the Beach") but it's a bit odd that they didn't just put them in order.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Pokemon season 1 Volume 3 December 12, 2008
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If you (like my ten-year-old son and I) enjoy Pokemon video games, cards and movies, this is for you; this DVD is the third and final collection of the first year of the fantastically-popular Pokemon TV show that first aired in 1999 or so. Find out why james is such a dweeb- delightin Meowth's story - find out what happened to Jesse on Doll Day! This also includes a visit to Santa's polar workshop by Ash, Misty and Brock! All in all, a great investment for Pokemon fans!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Part 3: The Box Set to End all Box Sets (in Kanto) March 25, 2014
By Joey
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Disclaimer: This review contains potential spoilers.

We've followed Ash for two box sets, and now we're in the home stretch. Ash has all eight badges needed to finally enter the Pokémon League! While fans will undoubtedly enjoy the League episodes, Ash and friends have a lot of other amazing adventures together before getting to that point. With that in mind, 'Holiday Hi-Jynx' is my absolute favorite from this set. After all, no self-respecting anime is complete without a feel-good Christmas special. 'The Misty Mermaid' is also a great episode that centers around teamwork and family.

Again, it's a bit disappointing that PUSA didn't include any special disc features, but having the episodes themselves is worth the price alone. Also, the box art features a lot of Ash's Pokémon which is always a plus (though while I can understand the inclusion of Raichu, the choice to include Machop is certainly interesting to say the least).
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