View Full Version : Pokémon 3D shorts

July 19th, 2012, 10:52 AM
This thread is about the two 3D/4D shorts that was shown in cinemas in Japan and PokéPark in 2005 and 2006. The second short is also dubbed in english and was shown in one cinema in the entire world (fail).

I'd like to see amusement parks worldwide to show these shorts. I'd also like these shorts to be released together with all other Pikachu shorts as a DVD- and Blu-ray box set and maybe as digital download via Amazon and iTunes.

This summary is taken from my thread about banned and unaired (in English) episodes/shorts (http://www.pokecommunity.com/showthread.php?t=282028). These shorts are of course classed as unaired shorts (sort of). I thought that this was something special that deserved it's own thread.

Would you want these two shorts to be released and how would you want them to be released (DVD & Blu-ray, digital download via Amazon and iTunes, screenings at amusement parks, all of the above, some other way)?

Pokémon 3D Adventure: Find Mew!


This short aired in theaters from March 18th, 2005 until September 25th, 2005. Afterward, 23 theaters started playing it again on October 4th, 2005 with a new ending theme.

More info:

Pokémon 4D: Pikachu's Ocean Adventure


This short only English screenings was at Jordan's Furniture MOM Theater in Avon, Massachusetts (http://www.jordans.com/About-Us/Charities/Key-Partner-Programs/MOM-Theater-Donations.aspx). If you own a 3D or 4D cinema you can order the short from SimEx-Iwerks Entertainment (http://www.simex-iwerks.com/Default.asp?id=4&l=1&mcat_pid=113) (which is a company specializing in 2D, 3D and 4D movies and equipment).

"Pikachu, Meowth, and all their friends are having a great time in the sun, but it just wouldn't be the world of Pokémon without a little adventure! So they're off to find the Wailord's Tear, an ancient treasure buried within a sunken pirate ship! And look who's joining them -- some Legendary Pokémon, and even the audience when they put on special 3D glasses that will immerse them in this new Pokémon adventure more than they've ever seen before!" - Big Movie Zone (http://www.bigmoviezone.com/filmsearch/movies/index.html?uniq=550)

More info:




http://www.simex-iwerks.com/Default.asp?id=4&l=1&mcat_pid=113 (click "WATCH ON OUR WEBSITE")

Japanese commercials: