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Pokemon: The First Movie - Going to New Island Pigeotto (Pidgeot) Slip-Up
Look at what the traners are riding on when they go to new island a dewgong, a gyarados and a pidgeot. Now it goes to a shot of harbor master and officer Jenny and they talk about how this is what will make them pokemon masters... and then when it goes back, look closely and pause it if you have to .. it's now a fearow!
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TimberWolf365 writes:
YOU ARE WRONG!! This is no slip up! If you get the newer DVD, it says that it is not a slip up, but I knew that before, and here is why: 1. The person riding the fearow has long, blonde hair. Nobody was like that on New Island. 2. If you look at the Pokemon while in the harbor base, there is the same girl with her Fearow. 3. This is also said on the re-release DVDs. It is evident, that the Fearow trainer never made it to New Island.
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Dollors writes:
actually on the DVD version (when the producers are talking throughout the movie) they make a slipup themselves, they say the trainer is flying a pidgeotto, later its a pidgeot, but they do point out that the trainer flying the fearow was a mistake and never made it to the island. so really the pidgy bird did not turn into a fearow
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Pokémaniac writes:
I have the DVD too, and they do talk about 2 slipups the Fearow and the Alakazam.
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Ashley Comet writes:
Yes, the directors pointed this out. Apparently that one trainer couldn't and didn't make it through the storm. The directors joked about it, saying "We never found that person did we?" "Oh well. One less actor to pay."
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