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Yu-Gi-Oh the movie

Yu-Gi-Oh the movieTo the delight of thousands of fans ranging from 6 to 14 years old, on November 5th the animated film by Yu-Gi-Oh, the famous card player "Duel Monster" will be released in cinemas. Kazuki Takahashi, has found his enormous popularity thanks to the successful TV series made by Toei Animation. The Norman J. Grossfeld-produced film released by Warner Bros was directed by Hatsuki Tsuji.
Yugi is a shy and good boy who with some of his friends Joey, Tristan and T a has fun in Yu-Gi-Oh the moviefantasy card game called "Duel Monster" (duel of Monsters), where the fight between monstrous creatures is foreseen. At the end of the fight, the winner is named the king of the games, who in jargon is called Yu-Gi-Oh. Yugi who loves solving riddles and puzzles, learns about an ancient card game dating back to the Egyptian period called "Millennium Puzzle". This game was introduced to him by his grandfather who also runs a toy and card shop. Yugi manages to solve the secret of the ancient Egyptian Millennium Puzzle and transforms into Yami Yugi, a powerful spirit of an ancient Egyptian king, the most powerful Yu-Gi-Oh.
Yu-Gi-Oh the movieIn the film we find Yu-Gi-Oh grappling with the Battle of the City card tournament. Meanwhile, in the desert of Egypt, the ancient demon Anubis awakens, thirsting for revenge against the alter ego of Yu-Gi-Oh, Pharaoh the ancient pharaoh, guilty of having defeated him over two thousand centuries ago. Anubis therefore wants to destroy Yugi and conquer the world to make him sink into the oblivion of time. As with the TV series, the film will be an opportunity to launch several exclusive playing cards to collect on the market, including the five "Common cards" and the three "Ultra Rare cards". There are also several video games and toys inspired by the film.


Yu-Gi-Oh the movie
Original title: 
Yu-Gi-Oh! - The movie
90 '
Directed by: 
Hatsuki Tsuji
Norman J. Grossfeld
Warner Bros.
Exit : 
November 05, 2004


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