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  • The series originated during production of Cowboy Bebop: The Movie, when Watanabe wanted to create something antithetical to that series’ largely calm and mature atmosphere.Samurai Champloo-Wikipedia
  • Elektra Ovilo (エレクトラ・オヴィロゥ) is a veteran of the Titan War who first appears in Cowboy Bebop: The Movie.List of Cowboy Bebop characters-Wikipedia
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  • Spike is the main protagonist of Cowboy Bebop: The Movie, a story set between Episodes 22 and 23 of the original series while the Bebop crew are still working together.Spike Spiegel-Wikipedia
  • A film was later released to theaters worldwide.Cowboy Bebop-Wikipedia
  • It was followed by the 2001 film Knockin' on Heaven's Door.Shinichirō Watanabe-Wikipedia

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