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Trivia: Changed "a Absol" to "an Absol"
* This movie manifests itself in the form of a cameo in Pokémon Colosseum. A Trainer named Rider Zalla owns a Jirachi (the star), Flygon, Absol ([[wild Pokémon]] befriended during the movie), Kirlia, Mightyena, and a Dusclops (Pokémon belonging to [[Butler]]). She can be found as the 77th Trainer on Battle Mode's Single Battle Mount Battle.
* Also, in {{game|Diamond and Pearl|s}}, the two {{tc|Ace Trainer}}s that appear on the southernmost part of {{rt|229|Sinnoh}} have their [[party|teams]] based on those of Butler and Diane. In fact, in the Japanese version, they have the same names as them, but the English translation team did not notice the relation to the movie characters.
* {{an|May}}'s rival [[Drew]] eventually obtains aan {{p|Absol}} and {{p|Flygon}}, two of the main non-legendary Pokémon of the movie.
* Throughout Tropius's appearances, instead of using its actual anime cry, it uses the same "slurp" noise from when it was eating fruit.
* Even though {{AP|Treecko}} and {{TP|Brock|Mudkip}} appear on the box cover, they never even appear in the main story of the movie. In fact, out of all the main characters' Pokémon, {{AP|Pikachu}} and {{TP|May|Torchic}} were the only two to appear, with two exceptions outside of the main plot, the opening sequence when Treecko, Mudkip, and the main characters' other Pokémon do appear while eating and the ending beach scene. They do both, however, appear in fireworks in the movie.