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めざせポケモンマスター (Whiteberryバージョン)
Aim to Be a Pokémon Master (Whiteberry Versions)
前向きロケット団!
The Future-minded Rocket Gang!
Summary

English Official Summary

As Ash and company pass through an intriguing little village, they notice a Feraligatr in the midst of a battle. Drawing closer, they see the Feraligatr defeat one opponent after another, but it never seems to tire! When the gang meets the Feraligatr's trainer, they find out that Pokémon battles in this town are of a different breed. Here they practice the art of Pokémon Sumo. Oversized Pokémon are taught to wrestle and are forbidden from using special attacks in Sumo matches. As luck would have it, the Sumo conference is being held the following day. True to his nature, Ash decides to enter the conference, certain he can win. He is surprised, however, to find out he must use a Pokémon that weighs at least 80 kilograms. For Ash, that means only one Pokémon... Snorlax! Although Snorlax makes the weigh-in, it doesn't seem to be interested in moving towards the ring, let alone battling. Watch the surprising turn of events as Ash cleverly uses Snorlax's guts to his advantage.

Italian Official Summary

Mentre Ash e il gruppo attraversano un piccolo villaggio molto caratteristico notano un Feraligatr impegnato in uno scontro.

Portuguese Official Summary

Ash descobre uma competição local de Sumô Pokémon e decide que quer participar. Ele tem o Pokémon certo para o trabalho: O poderoso Snorlax!

Spanish Latin America Official Summary

Ash se entera de una nueva competencia de Sumo Pokémon local y decide que quiere entrar. Tiene al Pokémon perfecto para el trabajo: ¡el poderoso Snorlax!

Spanish Official Summary

Mientras Ash y compañía pasan por un intrigante pueblecito, ven a un Feraligatr en medio de un combate.

English Great Britian Official Summary

As Ash and company pass through an intriguing little village, they notice a Feraligatr in the midst of a battle. Drawing closer, they see the Feraligatr defeat one opponent after another, but it never seems to tire! When the gang meets the Feraligatr's trainer, they find out that Pokémon battles in this town are of a different breed. Here they practice the art of Pokémon Sumo. Oversized Pokémon are taught to wrestle and are forbidden from using special attacks in Sumo matches. As luck would have it, the Sumo conference is being held the following day. True to his nature, Ash decides to enter the conference, certain he can win. He is surprised, however, to find out he must use a Pokémon that weighs at least 80 kilograms. For Ash, that means only one Pokémon... Snorlax! Although Snorlax makes the weigh-in, it doesn't seem to be interested in moving towards the ring, let alone battling. Watch the surprising turn of events as Ash cleverly uses Snorlax's guts to his advantage.

Dutch Official Summary

Ash hoort van een plaatselijke Pokémon Sumo competitie en besluit mee te doen. Hij heeft hier precies de juiste Pokémon voor: de machtige Snorlax!

French Official Summary

Alors que Sacha et ses compagnons traversent un petit village curieux, ils remarquent un Aligatueur en plein combat.

German Official Summary

Ash und die Gefährten bemerken in einem hübschen Dörfchen ein wild kämpfendes Impergator.

Characters

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  • United States Ash Ketchum
  • Japan サトシ
  • Japan Satoshi
  • Japan Satoshi
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  • United States Pikachu
  • Japan ピカチュウ
  • Japan Pikachu
  • Japan Pikachu
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  • United States Misty
  • Japan カスミ
  • Japan Kasumi
  • Japan Kasumi
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  • United States Brock
  • Japan タケシ
  • Japan Takeshi
  • Japan Takeshi
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  • United States Misty's Togepi
  • Japan カスミのトゲピー
  • Japan Kasumi no Togepi
  • Japan Kasumi's Togepi
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  • United States Meowth
  • Japan ニャース
  • Japan Nyarth
  • Japan Nyarth
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  • United States Jessie
  • Japan ムサシ
  • Japan Musashi
  • Japan Musashi
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  • United States James
  • Japan コジロウ
  • Japan Kojirō
  • Japan Kojiro
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  • United States Professor Samuel Oak
  • Japan オーキド ユキナリ博士
  • Japan Yukinari Okido-hakase
  • Japan Professor Yukinari Okido
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  • United States Ash's Snorlax
  • Japan サトシのカビゴン
  • Japan Satoshi no Kabigon
  • Japan Satoshi's Kabigon
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  • United States Nurse Joy
  • Japan ジョーイ
  • Japan Joy
  • Japan Joy
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  • United States Nurse Joy's Chansey
  • Japan ジョーイのラッキー
  • Japan Joy no Lucky
  • Japan Joy's Lucky
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  • United States Ash's Totodile
  • Japan サトシのワニノコ
  • Japan Satoshi no Waninoko
  • Japan Satoshi's Waninoko
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  • United States Wobbuffet
  • Japan ソーナンス
  • Japan Sonansu
  • Japan Sonansu
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  • United States Shonosuke
  • Japan ショーノスケ親方
  • Japan Shonosuke Oyakata
  • Japan Stable Master Shonosuke
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  • United States Raiden
  • Japan ライデン
  • Japan Raiden
  • Japan Raiden
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  • United States Raiden's Feraligatr
  • Japan ライデンのオーダイル
  • Japan Raiden no Ordile
  • Japan Raiden's Ordile

Wild Pokémon

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  • United States Blastoise
  • Japan カメックス
  • Japan Kamex
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  • United States Arbok
  • Japan アーボック
  • Japan Arbok
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  • United States Nidoking
  • Japan ニドキング
  • Japan Nidoking
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  • United States Golduck
  • Japan ゴルダック
  • Japan Golduck
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  • United States Poliwrath
  • Japan ニョロボン
  • Japan Nyorobon
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  • United States Machamp
  • Japan カイリキー
  • Japan Kairiky
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  • United States Golem
  • Japan ゴローニャ
  • Japan Golonya
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  • United States Rhydon
  • Japan サイドン
  • Japan Sidon
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  • United States Kangaskhan
  • Japan ガルーラ
  • Japan Garura
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  • United States Quagsire
  • Japan ヌオー
  • Japan Nuoh
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  • United States Granbull
  • Japan グランブル
  • Japan Granbull
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  • United States Heracross
  • Japan ヘラクロス
  • Japan Heracros
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  • United States Ursaring
  • Japan リングマ
  • Japan Ringuma
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11:34

Who's that Pokémon Johto League Champions

Ledyba - This Pokémon is very timid and likes to travel in groups!
15:23

Who's that Pokémon Gold and Silver

23:35

Okido Segment Pokémon Lecture

Pokémon Lecture & Senryu
Pokémon Karakara (カラカラ)
Japanese カラカラが さばくでひとり のどカラカラ
Romaji
Translated

Japanese Music:

Time Track Notes
Japan 00:00 めざせポケモンマスター
Japanese (Romanized): Mezase Pokémon Master
Japanese (Trans): Aim To Be A Pokémon Master
Opening Theme for Japanese Version
Japan 01:29 1999-2001-M02 タイトル
Japanese (Romanized): Title
Japanese (Trans): Title
The group walks through a town.
Japan 01:47 Movie 1 Short - Pokémon are Angry An Ordile fights with Nidoking.
Japan 02:02 1997-1998-M52 Title Card Kanto Title Card
Japan 02:12 Movie 1 Short - Rivalry Boasting The group watches a fight of Ordile with Heracros.
Japan 04:00 1999-2001-M13 Mysterious Person Raiden orders Ordile to show his strength.
Japan 06:54 1997-1998-M26 ロケット団隠密作戦
Japanese (Romanized): Rocket-dan Onmitsu Sakusen
Japanese (Trans): The Rocket Gang's Secret Schemes
Musashi tries to shut Sonansu's mouth.
Japan 07:56 1997-1998-M60 ハナダへの道‐おつきみ山より
Japanese (Romanized): Hanada e no michi - Otsukimi Yama yori
Japanese (Trans): The Road to Hanada - From Moon-viewing Mountain
The Pokémon Sumo Competition is presented.
Japan 09:55 1999-2001-M22 視線!ロケット団
Japanese (Romanized): Shisen! Rocket-dan
Japanese (Trans): Eye Contact! Rocket Gang
Musashi orders Milt... err, Sonansu to use Counter.
Japan 10:21 1999-2001-M25 Imminent Danger Master Shonosuke disqualifies Musashi because of "a Miltank using Counter, which is against the rules".
Japan 10:54 1997-1998-M20 なんだかんだと聞かれたら…
Japanese (Romanized): Nandakanda to Kikaretara…
Japanese (Trans): If You Ask Us About Whatever…
Rocket Gang Motto
Japan 11:22 1997-1998-M17 絶対絶命
Japanese (Romanized): Zettai Zetsumei
Japanese (Trans): Desperate Situation
Sonansu comes out from the Miltank's costume, shocking everyone in the stadium.
Japan 12:30 1997-1998-M13 戦い(VS野生ポケモン)
Japanese (Romanized): Tatakai (VS yasei Pokémon)
Japanese (Trans): Battle (VS Wild Pokémon)
The battle between Raiden's Ordile and an unknown trainer's Golonya begins.
Japan 13:39 1997-1998-M59 道案内
Japanese (Romanized): Michiannai
Japanese (Trans): Guide
Nyorotono bounces off Kabigon's stomach.
Japan 14:35 Movie 1 Short - Yadon Eyecatch Rocket Gang plans to sell phony Pokémon paw prints.
Japan 14:57 1999-2001-M20 戦闘!トレーナー(ジョウト)
Japanese (Romanized): Sentō! Trainer (Jouto)
Japanese (Trans): Fight! Trainer (Jouto)
Raiden's Ordile is about to battle a Kamex.
Japan 15:32 1999-2001-M38 ~OK!~ (BONUS-TRACK) Who's that Pakémon? Ordile!
Japan 15:37 対決!本物対コピーポケモン
Japanese (Romanized): Taiketsu! Honmono tai Copy Pokémon
Japanese (Trans): Showdown! The Real versus the Copy Pokémon
Movie 1 BGM - Ordile and Kamex battle.
Japan 16:48 Movie 1 Short - Okorizaru Eyecatch Kabigon takes down Kairiky without moving an inch.
Japan 17:35 1997-1998-M15 襲撃!
Japanese (Romanized): Shūgeki!
Japanese (Trans): Attack!
Satoshi's Kabigon battles Raiden's Ordile.
Japan 18:37 1999-2001-M28 The Day Is Conquered!! Satoshi tells Kabigon to take a deep breath and use its stomach to bounce Ordile away.
Japan 20:26 1997-1998-M02 続くったら,続く
Japanese (Romanized): Tsuzukuttara, Tsuzuku
Japanese (Trans): To Be Continued
Kabigon eats the entire price in one breath and falls asleep.
Japan 21:26 Movie 1 Short - Madatsubomi Eyecatch Rocket Gang stands with a bag of phony Pokémon paw prints.
Japan 21:45 前向きロケット団!
Japanese (Romanized): Maemuki Rocket-dan
Japanese (Trans): Look ahead, Rocket Gang!
Ending Theme for Japanese Version
Japan 23:05 Mezase Pokémon Master Instrumental Johto Episode 79 preview
Japan 23:36 1997-1998-M33A Professor Okido's Pokémon Lectures Professor Okido's Pokémon Lecture
Japan 23:40 1997-1998-M18B トキワへの道‐マサラより
Japanese (Romanized): Tokiwa e no michi - Masara yori
Japanese (Trans): The Road to Tokiwa - From Masara
Okido explains the characteristics of Karakara.
Japan 24:24 Okido's Senryū Theme Okido recites a Senryū.

Dub Music:

Time Track Notes
United States 00:00 1999-2001-M02 タイトル
Japanese (Romanized): Title
Japanese (Trans): Title
The group walks through a town.
United States 00:33 Born To Be A Winner Opening Theme for the English Dub
United States 01:18 1997-1998-M52 Title Card Title Card
United States 10:10 1997-1998-M20 なんだかんだと聞かれたら…
Japanese (Romanized): Nandakanda to Kikaretara…
Japanese (Trans): If You Ask Us About Whatever…
Team Rocket's Motto
United States 11:58 1997-1998-M13 戦い(VS野生ポケモン)
Japanese (Romanized): Tatakai (VS yasei Pokémon)
Japanese (Trans): Battle (VS Wild Pokémon)
The battle between Raiden's Feraligatr and an unknown trainer's Golem begins.
United States 14:50 対決!本物対コピーポケモン
Japanese (Romanized): Taiketsu! Honmono tai Copy Pokémon
Japanese (Trans): Showdown! The Real versus the Copy Pokémon
Movie 1 BGM - Feraligatr and Blastoise battle.
United States 16:48 1997-1998-M15 襲撃!
Japanese (Romanized): Shūgeki!
Japanese (Trans): Attack!
Ash's Snorlax battles Raiden's Feraligatr.
United States 20:59 Born To Be A Winner Ending Theme for the English Dub

Music Statistics:

Number of Assigned Tracks to the Japanese Original: 28
Number of Assigned Tracks to the English Dub: 8
19 Apr 2001 03:00 AM
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