Digimon Adventure (Movie)

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Premier Date JapanMarch 6, 1999
United StatesOctober 6, 2000
Director Hosoda Mamoru
Character Design Animator
Character Designer Nakatsuru Katsuyoshi
Animation Director
Composer Arisawa Takanori
Duration 21 minutes
Home Release December 10, 1999
Official Site Official Toei website

Digimon Adventure (デジモンアドベンチャー, Dejimon Adobenchā) is the first Digimon movie. It premiered on March 6, 1999 alongside Dr. Slump: Arale's Surprising Burn (ドクタースランプ アラレのびっくりバーン, Dokutā Suranpu: Arare no Bikkuri Bān) and Yu-Gi-Oh! (遊☆戯☆王, Yūgiou) as part of the '99 Spring Toei Anime Fair, serving as the direct prequel to the eponymous anime series, which made its debut on Fuji TV the following day. It was released on VHS and included in the Digimon Adventure: Our War Game DVD.



The movie starts when Taichi and Hikari are still very small. One night, they see a Digitama come out of their computer and her the next morning the Digitama hatches a scared Botamon who hid under the bed. After they feed him, Botamon evolved to a Koromon and Taichi starts to panic, fearing their mother could see it. During the night, Koromon evolves to a big Agumon and with Hikari, they jump out of the window of their bedroom. Taichi tries to stop them but its too late. Suddenly, a huge Digitama appears in the sky and hatches a Parrotmon. Agumon starts to fight with Parrotmon, then suddenly Agumon evolves to Greymon. Parrotmon, being stronger, knocks Greymon out, but Taichi awakes him using Hikari's whistle. Greymon then launches a powerful fire attack killing the Bird Digimon and they both disappear. Hikari screams as her new friend leaves...


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Additional Information[edit]

  • Producers of Gamera 3: Revenge of Iris which was released on the same day as Digimon Adventure, largely praised the Digimon film and noted that they must create films like this.[1]


References Notes
  1. Nikkei Entertaiment, 2007, Volume January 2001, Nikkei Business Publications
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