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Digimon: The Movie Details

FULL SYNOPSIS

While some children spend their summer vacation playing ball or going to the beach, seven kids use their free time to help save the world in this feature-length animated adventure adapted from the popular television series. While attending summer camp, a group of kids playing with computers are transported into a digital universe, where they make friends with the Digital Monsters, or Digimon, creatures of the electronic world who can transform themselves into more advanced beings at will. However, while the children have been befriended by good Digimon, there are also evil Digimon, and a ruthless Internet Digimon is ravenously swallowing up communications data from around the world. The Internet Digimon has the potential to take over worldwide communications -- including military weapons-launch technology -- if the good Digimon and their human friends cannot stop its schemes. Digimon: The Movie was adapted from two shorter Japanese films using the Digimon characters, and was prepared for U.S. release by the same team who Americanized the original Japanese anime series Dejimon Adobencha. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

  • Release date:October 6, 2000

Crew

Shigeyasu Yamauchi
Director
Mamoru Hosoda
Director
Terry-Lei O'Malley
Producer
Hiromi Seki
Producer
Bob Buchholz
Screenwriter
Reiko Yoshida
Screenwriter
Jeff Nimoy
Screenwriter
Shigeru Ando
Cinematographer
Udi Harpaz
Composer (Music Score)
Amotz Plessner
Composer (Music Score)
Douglas Purgason
Editor
Gary A. Friedman
Editor
Makoto Toriyama
Executive Producer
Tsutomu Tomari
Executive Producer
Teruo Tamamura
Executive Producer
Yasushi Mitsui
Executive Producer
Tan Takaiwa
Executive Producer
Makoto Shibazaki
Executive Producer
Makoto Yamashina
Executive Producer
Mark Ettel
Sound/Sound Designer
Johnnie Valentino
Sound/Sound Designer
Tetsuya Sato
First Assistant Director
Tatsuya Nagamine
First Assistant Director
Masafumi Tanaka
First Assistant Director
Yuriko Kado
First Assistant Director
Mark Ettel
Sound Mixer
Akiyoshi Hongo
Character Design
Masahiro Aizawa
Animation Director
Bob Buchholz
Voice Director
Hisashi Nakayama
Animation Director
Jeff Nimoy
Voice Director
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