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Trivia / One Piece Film: Strong World

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  • Celebrity Voice Actor: In the Japanese version:
    • Shiki is voiced by veteran actor Naoto Takenaka.
    • Kitajima, a fishman allied with Shiki, is played by swimmer Kosuke Kitajima.
    • Ever, Xiao's older sister, is voiced by newscaster and tarento Aiko Kaitou.
  • The Danza: Kosuke Kitajima plays a character of the same name.
  • Marth Debuted in "Smash Bros.": For those only following the English dub, this movie marks the first appearance of Brook.
  • Milestone Celebration: Was made in honor of the series' ten-year anniversary. It was also why Oda personally wrote the script.
  • No Export for You:
    • The film's ending theme, "Fanfare" by Mr. Children, is not present in foreign releases, presumably because of the difficulties involved in securing the rights to a song by such a popular band. The North American release replaces it with an instrumental piece from the film's soundtrack, while the Russian one is just completely silent.
    • Likewise the Episode 0 anime adaptation as that was a promotional special funded by a food company. Thus Toei doesn't have the rights to allow it to be dubbed.
  • Schedule Slip: The original intent was for the film to be released Spring 2009, but disagreements with the script and a rewrite forced the movie to be pushed back to winter of that year instead.
  • Screwed by the Lawyers: The ending theme "Fanfare" by Mr. Children is not used in foreign releases thanks to possible difficulties in securing the requisite rights from Toy's Factory.
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  • What Could Have Been: Whitebeard was intended to be in the film (though he does appear in the promotional prologue) and the film was centered to be around something called the "Crystal Ship Log".

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