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ポルカ・オ・ドルカ
Title ポルカ・オ・ドルカ
Polka O Dolka
Song ポルカ・オ・ドルカ
Song Artist ニャース(犬山イヌコ) & ノルソル合唱団 (Nyarth (Inuko Inuyama) & NolSol Gasshou-dan)

Summary:

The second opening of the Japanese series Pocket Monsters Advanced Generation features dance moves choreographed by Papaya Suzuki (パパイヤ鈴木さん). The choreography was also used for the live action DVD bonus feature Polka O Dolka, Let's Dance! and the Pikachu short Secret Base of the Dancing Pokémon (おどるポケモンひみつ基地).

Nyarth sings and dances throughout the song as other Pokémon join him throughout. The ending starts off with Satoshi's Pokémon sitting on a hill eating lunch as musical notes are seen above them and then Haruka and Takeshi's Pokémon are seen in some bushes during the night.

The scene changes to Rocket Gang's Pokémon pushing a statue of Sakeki up a hill but fail in the attempt as they loose hold of it and it rushes downhill.

All the main Pokémon are then shown on a stage with three platforms dancing as Nyarth sings the song. They continue to dance until the song ends and the ending fades out.

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Characters:

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  • United States Pikachu
  • Japan ピカチュウ
  • Japan Pikachu
  • Japan Pikachu
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  • United States Giovanni
  • Japan サカキ
  • Japan Sakaki
  • Japan Sakaki
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  • United States Meowth
  • Japan ニャース
  • Japan Nyarth
  • Japan Nyarth
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  • United States Ash's Treecko
  • Japan サトシのキモリ
  • Japan Satoshi no Kimori
  • Japan Satoshi's Kimori
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  • United States Ash's Taillow
  • Japan サトシのスバメ
  • Japan Satoshi no Subame
  • Japan Satoshi's Subame
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  • United States Ash's Corphish
  • Japan サトシのヘイガニ
  • Japan Satoshi no Heigani
  • Japan Satoshi's Heigani
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  • United States Brock's Forretress
  • Japan タケシのフォレトス
  • Japan Takeshi no Foretos
  • Japan Takeshi's Foretos
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  • United States Brock's Mudkip
  • Japan タケシのミズゴロウ
  • Japan Takeshi no Mizugorou
  • Japan Takeshi's Mizugorou
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  • United States Brock's Lotad
  • Japan タケシのハスボー
  • Japan Takeshi no Hassboh
  • Japan Takeshi's Hassboh
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  • United States Jessie's Seviper
  • Japan ムサシのハブネーク
  • Japan Musashi no Habunake
  • Japan Musashi's Habunake
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  • United States James's Cacnea
  • Japan コジロウのサボネア
  • Japan Kojirō no Sabonea
  • Japan Kojiro's Sabonea
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  • United States Jessie's Dustox
  • Japan ムサシのドクケイル
  • Japan Musashi no Dokucale
  • Japan Musashi's Dokucale
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  • United States Wobbuffet
  • Japan ソーナンス
  • Japan Sonansu
  • Japan Sonansu
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  • United States May's Beautifly
  • Japan ハルカのアゲハント
  • Japan Haruka no Agehunt
  • Japan Haruka's Agehunt
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  • United States May's Torchic
  • Japan ハルカのアチャモ
  • Japan Haruka no Achamo
  • Japan Haruka's Achamo

Wild Pokémon:

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  • United States Magikarp
  • Japan コイキング
  • Japan Koiking
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  • United States Ludicolo
  • Japan ルンパッパ
  • Japan Runpappa
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  • United States Whismur
  • Japan ゴニョニョ
  • Japan Gonyonyo
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  • United States Loudred
  • Japan ドゴーム
  • Japan Dogohmb
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  • United States Altaria
  • Japan チルタリス
  • Japan Tyltalis

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