G | | Animation, Action, Adventure
In the town of Greenfield, a young, lonely girl's dreams and wishes are brought into reality by a collective of reality-warping Pokémon.
Officer Jenny appeared prominently in film despite not saying a single word. However, her voice actress, Lee Quick, is still credited.
Molly, have you seen this?
Molly Hale: Mhm. That's the book papa always used to look at with me.
Delia Ketchum: Oh...
Molly Hale: Mama, I'm really glad you're here.
Delia Ketchum: You're by yourself a lot, aren't you Molly?
Molly Hale: ...yeah.
Delia Ketchum: Have you been lonely?
Molly Hale: Maybe a little...
Molly Hale: But I don't feel that way ...
Molly Hale: I...
Lee Quick's name is listed in the credits even though Officer Jenny doesn't have any lines of dialogue.
As the credits roll, scenes are shown of Molly's new life with both of her parents.
In the original Japanese version, Molly's (Mi's) mother's disappearance is not addressed on-screen. When the Japanese filmmakers were asked about this, they provided a detailed story about her and her absence. So Molly's mother is shown in the American version as a Pokémon researcher, like her husband, and her disappearance is explained early in the movie. The film's final credit sequence was re-edited so that the American audiences would be sure to see the return of Molly's mother and father, which is only shown in the Japanese version at the end of the final credits.
$8,240,752 8 April 2001