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One Piece: The Movie is a theatrical feature, originally released on March 4, 2000. The first One Piece movie produced by Toei Animation (and the second overall, predated only by Defeat the Pirate Ganzack!), it features an original story separate from the canon, though its status quo fits the period between the Syrup Village Arc and the Baratie Arc.

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Like most of Toei's early movies, One Piece: The Movie was never dubbed into English. Its only 'official' English-language release remains a năm trước Manga Entertainment box-set compiling the first three movies with optional subtitles.


After a chance encounter with a trio of thieves, the Straw Hat Pirates find themselves at odds with Eldoraggo, a ruthless pirate empowered by a fearsome Devil Fruit and obsessed with gold lượt thích few others. Eldoraggo's ultimate goal: a myth-shrouded isle where the legendary Captain Woonan was said to lớn have hoarded gold beyond imagining.

With the help of an old vendor and his grandson—perhaps the last living links to lớn Woonan—the Straw Hats must overcome Eldoraggo and his crew, and discover the secret of Woonan's greatest treasure for themselves.

Extended Summary[]

Many years ago, a great pirate captain named Woonan was said to lớn have plundered a third of all the gold in the world. Though his time eventually came to lớn an kết thúc, his legend did not, and pirates around the world continued to lớn pursue the map leading to lớn his fabled hoard. In time, this map was captured by the brutal Eldoraggo, who immediately phối sail for the so-called Isle of Gold.

Elsewhere on the sea, the Straw Hat Pirates—Luffy, Zoro, Nami, and Usopp—find themselves once again starving, Luffy having squandered the month's provisions. Their troubles are soon compounded by a troop of burglars under Eldoraggo's command, who quietly raid the Going Merry for all its valuables. While initially grateful to lớn the burglars for "paying" him in riceballs, Luffy quickly retaliates when they try to lớn shoot him; in the process, he finds the burglars' own boat being helmed by a small boy named Tobio.

Moments later, Eldoraggo himself arrives and unleashes his Devil Fruit powers, condensing a simple scream into a beam of pure destruction that splinters the burglars' boat and capsizes the Merry. While Nami and Usopp are swept away, Zoro dives into the sea and manages to lớn save Luffy and Tobio. As they settle themselves on a piece of driftwood, Tobio tries to lớn explain his own ambitions for the Isle of Gold, but is ignored by Luffy and Zoro, who begin rowing after the sudden smell of food.

The smell leads the trio to lớn a floating oden cửa hàng, the trang chủ and proprietary of Tobio's grandfather Ganzo, who has devoted his life to lớn cooking and serving the stew. Tobio, who scorns these humble goals and idolizes Woonan, constantly runs away from this cửa hàng in hopes of joining Woonan's crew. Though somewhat interested in Woonan's legend, Luffy and Zoro mostly focus on gorging themselves, until Ganzo demands payment; when neither Straw Hat can offer a single coin, they are promptly chained together as punishment.

Meanwhile, Eldoraggo and his crew reach the Isle of Gold, unaware that Nami has managed to lớn stow away on their ship. In contrast, Usopp is (along with the Merry) quickly captured; on pain of death from Eldoraggo's lieutenant Golass, he rashly offers to lớn decipher Woonan's map. Under Usopp's guidance, the group finds a valley holding a massive castle, where Nami intercepts and (with Usopp's help) tries to lớn stall them by claiming the gold is buried several days deep. This backfires, however, as Eldoraggo simply begins using his powers to lớn level the area.

The impact of Eldoraggo's beams quickly draws the still-chained Luffy and Zoro, as well as Tobio, who swears to lớn protect Woonan's treasure by himself. Amused, Eldoraggo easily overpowers Tobio; Luffy and Zoro prove more formidable, but remain hobbled by their chains, with only Zoro's mouth không tính tiền to lớn wield his swords. Eventually, Luffy makes a misstep that rockets the two of them—and Tobio—off to lớn a distant hill. While Eldoraggo and his crew look on in confusion, Nami and Usopp quietly slip away as well.

As the four Straw Hats regroup on the hill, Nami picks the lock on Luffy and Zoro's chains, and reveals that she has stolen Woonan's map as well. She then tries to lớn "scorch" the map for hidden messages—only for it to lớn burn to lớn a cinder. Nevertheless, Usopp remembers a pivotal (and initially misinterpreted) clue from the map that leads them to lớn the island's most prominent feature: a long, steep plateau.

Despite concerns from the Straw Hats, Tobio insists on following, to lớn prove himself worthy of Woonan; together, they scale half the plateau, before finding a cave to lớn rest inside. To their shock, they find Ganzo resting in this cave as well. Dolefully, Ganzo admits that Woonan had been his childhood friend, one who constantly scorned their humble village life—especially Ganzo's oden—and yearned for gold and glory. To this, Ganzo had retorted:

Gold doesn't laugh. Doesn't sing. Doesn't drink. Doesn't cry. It's no different from a rock!

These quarrels came to lớn a head when Woonan resolved to lớn be a pirate, furnished a flag, and held a clifftop pact for Ganzo's loyalty. When Ganzo refused, they began brawling, and ultimately tumbled over the cliff. Though Woonan managed to lớn catch his flag on a stray branch, Ganzo realized it was not strong enough to lớn tư vấn them both, and let go sánh Woonan could save himself. Miraculously, he survived the resulting fall—but in the time he took to lớn recover, Woonan left the village, never to lớn return.

In the years since, Woonan fulfilled his dreams, becoming a pirate of unimaginable wealth; meanwhile, Ganzo realized his own dream of a travelling oden cửa hàng, allowing him to lớn to feed people around the world. Now, having found the Isle of Gold, he has prepared his most heartfelt pot of oden, seeking only to lớn share it with an older, wiser Woonan.

Touched by this story, the Straw Hats and Tobio help Ganzo to lớn the top of the plateau, where they find a lonely hut concealing an underground tunnel. Before they can enter, however, they are attacked by Eldoraggo and his men (who had worked out the same reasoning as Usopp). As Ganzo tries to lớn shield his grandson, he is struck down by Eldoraggo, who mockingly spills and stomps on his oden—only to lớn be punched aside by Luffy, who defiantly scoops up the stew and eats it with compliments.

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As Ganzo and Tobio look on in wonder, the Straw Hats begin their counterattack, Zoro defeating Golass in a swift duel while Luffy unleashes a hail of blows that eventually shatter Eldoraggo's prized golden armor. Enraged, Eldoraggo unleashes one more beam, only for Luffy to lớn bounce it back with his rubber toàn thân, and subsequently hurl Eldoraggo off the island with a Gomu Gomu no Bazooka. This instantly terrifies the rest of Eldoraggo's men, who gather the fallen Golass and flee.

Victorious, the Straw Hats take a grateful Ganzo and Tobio back to lớn Woonan's tunnel, which they follow to lớn an underground chamber. Inside, they find a dusty skeleton in half-rotted captain's regalia—all that remains of Woonan. As Tobio collapses in tears, the Straw Hats notice writing on the chamber walls, and recognize it as Woonan's deathbed letter.

In the letter, Woonan confesses that in his old age, he came to lớn realize how unfulfilling gold in itself truly was; what his childhood self had longed for was the journey, the adventure to lớn winning it. With a lifetime of such adventures behind him, he surrendered all his gold to lớn its rightful owners, keeping only one memento for himself: the torn flag that marked the last day he ever shared with Ganzo. It was this flag that buoyed his spirit throughout all his voyages, as a reminder of the one man he truly respected.

Overwhelmed by what his grandfather meant to lớn Woonan, Tobio tearfully apologizes for all his scorn. In turn, Ganzo reaffirms his love for his grandson, and proclaims he will be proud of whatever dream Tobio chooses to lớn pursue. Together, they resolve to lớn give Woonan a proper burial—but not before seeing the Straw Hats off.

Above ground, having "compensated" their journey by looting Eldoraggo's ship, the Straw Hats offer to lớn pay for Ganzo's oden, only to lớn be refused. Rather, Ganzo declares their debt a promise to lớn reunite once they have fulfilled their own dreams—a promise the Straw Hats heartily accept, as they cast off for their next adventure.


Voice actor Character
Mayumi Tanaka Monkey D. Luffy
Kazuya Nakai Roronoa Zoro
Akemi Okamura Nami
Kappei Yamaguchi Usopp
Yuka Imai Tobio
Takeshi Aono Ganzo
Taiki Matsuno Ganzo (young)
Nachi Nozawa Woonan
Takeshi Kusao Woonan (young)
Kenji Utsumi Eldoraggo
Shinsuke Kasai Danny
Toshihiro Ito Denny
Tsurumaru Sakai Donny

Release and Reception[]

One Piece: The Movie was released as a double feature with Digimon Adventure: Our War Game! at Toei Animation's 2000 Spring Anime Fair. Together, they grossed approximately ¥2.16 billion, earning a joint "Silver Excellence" commendation at the 18th Golden Gross Awards.[1]

Eiichiro Oda attended one early screening of the film, and praised it in the March 27, 2000 issue of Weekly Shonen Jump.[2]

Promotional materials the festival supplied for the film included a bandanna emblazoned with Luffy's jolly Roger, and two exclusive cards for the Carddass collectible thẻ game.[3] The film's plot was also loosely adapted into a bonus level for One Piece's first licensed video clip game Become the Pirate King!, featuring Eldoraggo, Golass, Danny, Denny, and Donny as playable enemies.

Continuity Notes[]

  • Among Toei's One Piece films, One Piece: The Movie is possibly the most conciliatory with both canon material from the manga and the contemporary TV anime, its elements aligning with the transitory period between the Syrup Village Arc and the Baratie Arc (which contains no urgent or ongoing events):
    • The Straw Hat Pirates are depicted with four members—Luffy, Zoro, Nami, and Usopp—and the Going Merry with its Jolly Roger already fashioned.
    • The driftwood Luffy and Zoro cling to lớn after being capsized appears to lớn be the prow of the Bezan Black.
    • After (accidentally) destroying Woonan's map, Nami sheepishly suggests the Straw Hats sail for the Grand Line, indicating they have not yet reached it.
    • During their final battle, Luffy uses what seems to lớn be a rudimentary (and unnamed) size of his Gomu Gomu no Ozuchi attack on Eldoraggo, possibly foreshadowing the future defeat of Don Krieg.
    • Finally, the film's initial release period coincided with the TV anime's airings of Episode 17 (the last of the Syrup Village Arc) through Episode trăng tròn (the introduction of the Baratie and Sanji).
      • Reflecting this, the kết thúc credits feature a brief teaser where Ganzo's oden cửa hàng passes the Baratie as a bemused Sanji looks on.


Movie 1 Credits

Reproduction of Chapter 34's cover art, featuring the Town Musicians of Bremen.

  • Apart from the Baratie teaser, the kết thúc credits reproduce (and in some cases modify) cover art from the following:
    • Chapter 17 (with Usopp added)
    • Chapter 20
    • Chapter 29 (with Usopp added)
    • Chapter 32 (with Usopp added)
    • Chapter 34 (with Usopp and Pandaman added)
    • Chapter 45
    • Chapter 49
    • Chapter 79 (with Sanji removed, and Gill Bastar and Wild Joe('s ghost) added)
  • This was Toei's first and only One Piece production with hand-drawn cel animation; the TV anime, and all subsequent films, were produced with digital techniques.
  • The first opening animation of the TV series (We Are!) was cropped to lớn fit the 16:9 aspect ratio.[4]
    • It would later be re-cropped in the special edition print of the first 206 episodes of the TV series.
    • Both of the cropped versions have several differences.
      • The special edition print is cropped near the top of the screen instead of the middle.
      • The movie's narration scene is different, with an enhanced version of the scene where the ships phối sail to lớn the Grand Line, as well as a new scene where Shanks gives Luffy his Straw Hat, along with Luffy, Zoro, Usopp and Nami appearing.
      • The special edition print uses the "Special Edition" wordmark in Japanese katakana on the One Piece logo, while the movie has the Japanese film rating on the bottom right.
        • The special edition print uses the widescreen version of the ONE PIECE text thẻ at the kết thúc.


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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
  • Reverse Mountain
  • Whisky Peak
  • Little Garden
  • Drum Island
  • Arabasta
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"
  • Where They Are Now (Skypiea)
  • Enel's Great Space Operations
Thriller Bark:
  • Thriller Bark
Cover Story:

Where They Are Now (Water 7)

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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 lớn Sabaody
  • Fish-Man Island
Cover Story:

From the Decks of the World

  • Punk Hazard
  • Dressrosa
Cover Stories:
  • Caribou's Kehihihihi in the New World
  • Solo Journey of Jinbe, Knight of the Sea
Whole Cake Island:
  • Zou
  • Whole Cake Island
  • Levely
Cover Stories:
  • From the Decks of the World: The 500,000,000 Man Arc
  • The Stories of the Self-Proclaimed Straw Hat Grand Fleet
Wano Country:
  • Wano Country
Cover Stories:
  • "Gang" Bege's Oh My Family
  • Germa 66's Ahh... An Emotionless Excursion
  • Egghead
Filler Arcs:
  • Warship Island
  • Post-Arabasta
  • 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
  • Cidre Guild
  • Uta's Past
  • 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 Arabasta: 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
  • One Piece Film: Red
  • Adventure in the Ocean's Navel
  • Open Upon the Great Sea! A Father's Huge, HUGE Dream!
  • Protect! The Last Great Performance
  • The Detective Memoirs of Chief Straw Hat Luffy
  • Mugiwara Theater
  • 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
  • Smartphone Specials
    • Glorious Island
    • One Piece Film: Gold Episode 0
  • Jango's Dance Carnival
  • Dream Soccer King
  • Take Aim! The Pirate Baseball King
  • ONE PIECE 3D! Trap Coaster
  • The Great Treasure of Tongari Island
  • Defeat Him! The Pirate Ganzack
  • Romance Dawn Story
  • Film Strong World: Episode 0
  • Infiltrate!! Thousand Sunny
  • Monsters: Ippyakusanjo Hiryu Jigoku
Other Related Stories
Supplementary Stories:
  • Monsters
  • Chapter 0
  • One Piece novel A (One Piece episode A)
  • One Piece novel Straw Hat Stories
  • One Piece novel Law
  • One Piece novel HEROINES
  • Uta's Special 1-Page Manga
  • 73rd NHK Kohaku Uta Gassen Collaboration Special Manga
  • Luffy Pirates 4-Cell Theatre
  • Orchestra of the Sea
  • Straw Hat Theater (Report Time
  • Obahan Time
  • No Honor Time
  • Chopper Man
  • Monster Time
  • Space Time
  • Red Hair of Class 3-Sea Time
  • Märchen Time
  • Family Time
  • Ed Sullivan Show
  • Great Detective Loomes
  • Circus Time
  • RPG Time)
  • Jump Super Stars
  • Cross Epoch
  • One Piece x Toriko Crossover
  • Episode 492
  • Episode 542
  • Episode 590
  • Shokugeki no Sanji
  • Romance Dawn (Episode 907)
  • Special Episode "Luff"
  • One Piece Cover Comic Project
    • Roronoa Zoro Falls Into the Sea
    • Vivi's Adventure
    • Nami vs. Kalifa
  • Kyutai Panic Adventure! (Kyutai Panic Adventure Returns!)
  • One Piece Premier Show
  • One Piece x Kyoto

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