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Sentences forCowboy Bebop: The Movie
- 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.
- 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.
- In the United States, the DVDs were released around the theatrical release of another Bones production, Cowboy Bebop: The Movie.
- 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.
- A film was later released to theaters worldwide.
- It was followed by the 2001 film Knockin' on Heaven's Door.
- In addition to the series, many reviewers of the movie positively noted his expanded portrayal in Cowboy Bebop: The Movie.
- An anime film titled Cowboy Bebop: Knockin' On Heaven's Door (カウボーイビバップ 天国の扉 / Kaubōi Bibappu: Tengoku no Tobira), also known as Cowboy Bebop: The Movie, was released in Japan in September 2001 and in the United States in 2003.
- Cowboy Bebop: The Movie (2001, opening credit sequence director and key animator)
- In Cowboy Bebop: The Movie (2001), a criminal blows up a tanker trunk containing a nanobot virus that instantly kills thousands.
- It consists of a few highlights from Cowboy Bebop: The Movie, including the title theme, "Ask DNA".
- The main antagonist of Cowboy Bebop: The Movie, Vincent Volaju (ヴィンセント・ボラージュ) is the only survivor of a series of experiments conducted during the Titan War to build immunity to the lethal nanomachines that were secretly developed by the military.
- Spike's portrayal was expanded in Cowboy Bebop: The Movie.
- Future Blues is the main soundtrack from Cowboy Bebop: The Movie.
- As a guest vocalist for the Kanno-led Seatbelts, Steve also sang vocals in episodes of Cowboy Bebop, as well as the 2001 film, most notably the song "Call Me Call Me", as well as "Words That We Couldn't Say", "No Reply" and "Diggin'".
- Disk 4 contains live tracks from Seatbelts on tour, as well as some unreleased movie tracks.
- A movie was released in 2001, titled Cowboy Bebop: The Movie.
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