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The One Piece Movies are theatrical films produced and released by Toei Animation. While generally made with the same cast and crew as the TV anime, they tend to boast much higher production values and animation quality.

Initially, these movies were released annually as part of Toei's springtime 'Anime Fair' events, always as a double feature with various Digimon films. After the third movie (released in 2002), Toei discontinued the fair, and all subsequent movies were produced as standalone features (with the exception of the eleventh movie, released as a double feature with Toriko 3D Movie: Kaimaku! Gourmet Adventure!! for Toei's 2011 'Jump Heroes' event).

Most of the movies have completely original stand-alone plots set broadly around the contemporary story arc, but movies 8 and 9 directly adapt storylines from the manga. For the first nine movies, Eiichiro Oda was not involved in the films any more than other anime projects; This changed with the production of movie 10, for which Oda wrote the story and served as Executive Producer. Oda would also be heavily involved in movies 12 and 13, all three of which carried the subtitle 'One Piece Film'.

Three of these movies had shorts accompanying them: The Adventure on Clockwork Island with Jango's Dance Carnival, Chopper's Island of Strange Animals with Dream Soccer King, and The Curse of the Sacred Sword with Take Aim! The Pirate Baseball King.

Several movie-length TV Specials have also been produced by Toei.

Theatrical MoviesEdit

One Piece The Movie Movie 2 Poster Movie 3 Poster Movie 4 Poster The Cursed Holy Sword Infobox
Movie 6 Poster Movie 7 Poster Movie 8 Poster Movie 9 Poster Movie 10 Poster
Movie 11 Poster Film Z Alternative Poster One Piece Film Gold One Piece Stampede
  1. One Piece: The Movie
  2. Clockwork Island Adventure
  3. Chopper's Kingdom on the Island of Strange Animals
  4. Dead End Adventure
  5. The Cursed Holy Sword
  6. Baron Omatsuri and the Secret Island
  7. The Giant Mechanical Soldier of Karakuri Castle
  8. Episode of Alabasta: The Desert Princess and the Pirates
  9. Episode of Chopper Plus: Bloom in Winter, Miracle Sakura
  10. One Piece Film: Strong World
  11. One Piece 3D: Straw Hat Chase
  12. One Piece Film: Z
  13. One Piece Film: Gold
  14. One Piece: Stampede

TriviaEdit

  • Movies 1-3 and 11, being released as double-features, are all under an hour long.
  • The animation in Movie 6 was experimental. Much of the world was produced in CGI and was similar to that of Gunbound. However it was used again, albeit to a lesser extent, for Movie 9, and the character design was used for Episode 388.
  • Like with many anime movies, the One Piece Movie 7 featured scenes in the preview animations that never actually were seen in the movie itself. These included Sanji fighting a raptor-like mecha (which was changed to a man in a machine) and Zoro's fight against one of the machines was much longer. While the other One Piece movies also suffered such scene cuts, Movie 7 was noted for having the most noticeable cuts.
  • Movies 8 and 9 are both based on story arcs of the anime/manga of One Piece. Episode of Alabasta: The Desert Princess and the Pirates is based on the Alabasta Arc and Episode of Chopper Plus: Bloom in Winter, Miracle Sakura is based on the Drum Island Arc.
  • Movie 4's ending follows directly into Movie 5's opening, making these films the only ones to be linked.
  • So far, only Movies 8, 10, 12 and 13 have been dubbed by FUNimation, and there were no movies dubbed by 4Kids. Movies 1-7 and 9 were also released with English subtitles in the UK via Manga Entertainment.
  • Movies 1 was animated using cels rather than the digital animation utilized for the TV series and later films. 
  • Movies 1-4 were transferred to 35mm film, while Movie 5 onwards were transferred to digital, looking sharper as a result.
  • Movie 11 was the first One Piece film to be animated in CGI, and the first film to be in 3D. A 3D version of Movie 13 was also released.

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Plot of One Piece
Sea of Survival: Super Rookies Saga
East Blue: Romance Dawn  •  Orange Town  •  Syrup Village  •  Baratie  •  Arlong Park  •  Loguetown
Cover Stories: Buggy's Crew Adventure Chronicles  •  Diary of Koby-Meppo
Alabasta: Reverse Mountain  •  Whisky Peak  •  Little Garden  •  Drum Island  •  Alabasta
Cover Stories: Jango's Dance Paradise  •  Hatchan's Sea-Floor Stroll
Sky Island: Jaya  •  Skypiea
Cover Stories: Wapol's Omnivorous Hurrah  •  Ace's Great Blackbeard Search
Water 7: Long Ring Long Land  •  Water 7  •  Enies Lobby  •  Post-Enies Lobby
Cover Stories: Gedatsu's Accidental Blue-Sea Life  •  Miss Goldenweek's "Operation: Meet Baroque Works"  •  Enel's Great Space Operations
Other: Where They Are Now
Thriller Bark: Thriller Bark
Other: Where They Are Now
Summit War: Sabaody Archipelago  •  Amazon Lily  •  Impel Down  •  Marineford  •  Post-War
Cover Stories: CP9's Independent Report  •  Straw Hat's Separation Serial
The Final Sea: The New World Saga
Fish-Man Island: Return to Sabaody  •  Fish-Man Island
Cover Stories: From the Decks of the World
Dressrosa: Punk Hazard  •  Dressrosa
Cover Stories: Caribou's Kehihihihi in the New World  •  Solo Journey of Jinbe, Knight of the Sea
Yonko: Zou  •  Whole Cake Island  •  Levely  •  Wano Country
Cover Stories: From the Decks of the World: The 500,000,000 Man Arc  •  The Stories of the Self-Proclaimed Straw Hat Grand Fleet  •  "Gang" Bege's Oh My Family
Non-Canon
Filler Arcs: Warship Island  •  Post-Alabasta  •  Goat Island  •  Ruluka Island  •  G-8  •  Ocean's Dream  •  Foxy's Return  •  Ice Hunter  •  Spa Island  •  Little East Blue  •  Z's Ambition  •  Caesar Retrieval  •  Silver Mine  •  Marine Rookie  •  Carbonic Acid King
Movies: One Piece: The Movie  •  Clockwork Island Adventure  •  Chopper's Kingdom on the Island of Strange Animals  •  Dead End Adventure  •  The Cursed Holy Sword  •  Baron Omatsuri and the Secret Island  •  The Giant Mechanical Soldier of Karakuri Castle  •  Episode of Alabasta: The Desert Princess and the Pirates  •  Episode of Chopper Plus: Bloom in Winter, Miracle Sakura  •  One Piece Film: Strong World  •  One Piece 3D: Straw Hat Chase  •  One Piece Film: Z  •  One Piece Film: Gold  •  One Piece: Stampede
Featurettes and Specials: Adventure in the Ocean's Navel  •  Jango's Dance Carnival  •  Dream Soccer King  •  Open Upon the Great Sea! A Father's Huge, HUGE Dream!  •  Protect! The Last Great Performance  •  Take Aim! The Pirate Baseball King  •  The Detective Memoirs of Chief Straw Hat Luffy  •  Mugiwara Theater  •  ONE PIECE 3D! Trap Coaster  •  Episode of Nami  •  Episode of Luffy  •  Episode of Merry  •  3D2Y  •  Episode of Sabo  •  Adventure of Nebulandia  •  Heart of Gold  •  Episode of East Blue  •  Episode of Sky Island
OVAs: Defeat Him! The Pirate Ganzack  •  Romance Dawn Story  •  One Piece Film Strong World: Episode 0  •  One Piece Film: Gold Episode 0
Other Related Stories
Supplementary Stories: Monsters  •  Chapter 0  •  One Piece novel A  •  One Piece novel Straw Hat Stories
Omake: Report Time  •  Obahan Time  •  Jingi-nai Time  •  Chopper Man  •  Monster Time  •  Space Time  •  Red-Hair of Class 3 - Sea Time  •  Marchen Time  •  Family Time  •  Ed Sullivan Show  •  Detective Loomes  •  Circus Time  •  RPG Time  •  4-Panel Strips  •  Orchestra of the Sea
Crossovers: Cross Epoch  •  One Piece x Toriko Crossover  •  Episode 492  •  Episode 542  •  Episode 590
One Shots: Romance Dawn (Episode 907)  •  Special Episode "Luff"  •  Roronoa Zoro Falls Into the Sea
Events: Kyutai Panic Adventure! (Kyutai Panic Adventure Returns!)  •  One Piece Premier Show  •  One Piece x Kyoto
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Series Information
Creator: Eiichiro Oda
Production
Manga: Chapters and Volumes  •  Cover Stories  •  SBS  •  Author's Notes  •  Databooks  •  Digitally Colored Manga
Anime: Episodes  •  Music  •  Movies  •  Home Video Releases  •  Eyecatchers  •  End Cards
Live-Action Series:
Distribution
Dubs: Odex (Voice Actors)  •  4Kids Entertainment (Voice Actors  •  Episodes and DVDs)  •  FUNimation Entertainment (Voice Actors  •  Episodes and DVDs)
Translations: VIZ Media
Related Companies: Toei Animation  •  Weekly Shonen Jump  •  Madman Entertainment  •  Manga Entertainment  •  Bandai
Other: Fansub
Miscellaneous
Merchandise: Books (Novels)  •  Figurines  •  CDs  •  Video Games
Other: Early One Piece
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