Pokémon in Romania

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Pokémon in Romania
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Flag of Romania
Language Romanian
Continent Europe
Original anime airdates
EP001 2001
AG001 Never aired
DP001 September 2008
BW001 Never aired
XY001 Never aired

The Pokémon franchise first reached Romania with the airing of Pokémon Te Aleg Pe Tine!.

Pokémon video games

Pokémon games are sold in Romania in English.

Pokémon merchandise

In 2000, it was available for Romanian fans to get Pokémon stickers by buying Chipicao (a croissant brand). They included the first 151 Pokémon.

Pokémon anime

The anime in Romanian has been dubbed from the first season to the fifth. The other seasons have been skipped and from the Diamond and Pearl series, only the 13th never aired. The dub of the Original series is by Zone Studio Oradea. Fast Production Film dubbed the 10th and the 11th seasons. The 12th is dubbed by Ager Film.

All the English theme songs of these seasons have been dubbed into Romanian, except the tenth.

The series first aired on ProTv (the first four seasons) and TVR1. The season 5 premiered on Animax. The season 10 was aired on Jetix in September 2008. The season 11 premiered in January 2009. Jetix become Disney Channel Romania on September 19, 2009 and it started airing the season 12 in the same year.

Pokémon movies

The movie eleventh was translated and dubbed in Romanian with the title Giratina și Războinicul Văzduhului and aired on Jetix.

Cast and crew

S01 - S05 (Zone Studio Oradea)

S10 - S12 (Fast Production Film and Ager Film)

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