Pokémon in Bulgaria
|Pokémon in Bulgaria|
|Original anime airdates|
The Pokémon franchise first reached Bulgaria in November 2001 with the airing of Покемон, избрах теб!. In Cyrillic script, Pokémon is written as Покемон, its plural is Покемони, and it's fully inflected.
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However, the Eurocom and EKids channels have been broadcasting re-runs of the anime the series since March 24, 2014 every weekday at 7:00 with a repeat at 19:30. The anime is available on Netflix in Bulgaria.
Cast and crew
Studio Dolly was responsible for the dubbing of the original series. Meanwhile, Media Link and Alexandra Studio are responsible for the dubbing of the Diamond & Pearl series.
Voice actors of the Bulgarian dub include Zhivka Doneva (Живка Донева), Petya Abadzhieva (Петя Абаджиева), Darinka Mitova (Даринка Митова, voice of Misty), Vesela Hadzhinikolova (Весела Хаджиниколова), Asya Bratanova (Ася Братанова), Georgi Todorov (Георги Тодоров), Alexander Voronov (Александър Воронов, born March 8, 1971, voice of Brock), Janko Lozanov (Янко Лозанов), Kiril Boyadjiev (Кирил Бояджиев, born November 17, 1976), Stephan Stefanov (Стефан Стефанов), Zivko Dzhuranov (Живко Джуранов, born September 13, 1982; voice of Ash) and others.
M01 was released under the title Покемон: Първият филм; M02 under the title Покемон 2000: Филмът; M03 under the title Покемон 3: Филмът; and M11 under the title Покемон: Гиратина и Небесният Войн. The intros for the second and third movies were dubbed. The first three movies were also released on VHS in 2002, though it is unknown whether they released separately or together.
A Bulgarian dubbed version of Detective Pikachu was also shown in cinemas on May 10, 2019.
The original theme song was performed by Yuksel Ahmedov (Юксел Ахмедов) and the group Indigo (Индиго).
The Pokémon the First Movie soundtrack was released in Bulgaria by Orpheus Music.
- Seviland Encyclopedia - Bulgarian Pokémon Wiki
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