Pokémon in Croatia

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Pokémon in Croatia
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Flag of Croatia
Language Croatian
Continent Europe
Original anime airdates
EP001 2000
AG001 2005
DP001 Never aired
BW001 2012
XY001 Never aired
SM001 Never aired

The Pokémon franchise first reached Croatia with the airing of Pokémon, ja biram tebe!.

Pokémon video games

Pokémon games are not sold in Croatia.

Pokémon anime

The anime in Croatia was dubbed from Pokémon: Indigo League to Pokémon: Advanced and aired on Nova TV and Mini TV. The other seasons were not dubbed until Pokémon: Black & White aired on Nova TV in Croatian in 2012, dubbed by Project 6 Studio. Anything beyond was never dubbed as of now.

Pokémon movies

The first movie was dubbed in Croatian with the title Pokémon Prvi film. The special movie Pokemon: Povratak Mevtvoa aired as well. The second movie has been dubbed with the title Pokémon 2000. The fourth is translated as Pokémon Zauvijek: Celebi - Glas Šume. The sixth and the seventh are named Jirachi - Ispuni mi Želju and Sudbina Deoxysa. No theme is dubbed but remains in English.

Cast and crew

S14 (Project 6 Studio)

  • Ash Ketchum: Saša Buneta
  • Iris: Jelena Majić
  • Cilan Zoran Pribičević
  • Bianca: Sandra Hrenar
  • Jessie: Mila Elegović
  • James: Hrvoje Klobučar
  • Meowth: Sven Šestak
  • Trip: Dušan Bučan
  • Lenora: Danijela Večerinović
  • Burgh: Alen Šalinović
  • Singers of the Black and White theme: Jacques Houdek and Andrea Čubrić
  • Producer: Nikola Klobučarić
  • Lip Sync: Zlatko Štimac
  • Translator: Marta Ferković
  • Audio editing: Project 6 studio

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