The tragic story of how Dr. Fuji became a Team Rocket scientist and created Mewtwo. This is a prologue to the "Mewtwo Returns" special (internationally); originally a prologue to the "Mewtwo Strikes Back" movie (Japan only).
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Johnny Yong Bosch,
Dr. Fuji was a brilliant scientist who was trying to clone the legendary Pokemon Mew. He also lost his daughter Ai (Amber in the English dub), in a terrible car accident, Dr. Fuji became obsessed with trying to bring his daughter back by cloning her so his wife leaves him. This is the story of Mewtwo's origin.
On its own, this short story is a good introduction to a villain with enough emotional depth to garner sympathy from the audience. However, the final version of Pokemon: The Movie showed a very different Mewtwo character, so it is obvious that this version of the intro was removed primarily to prevent inconsistencies with the character's personality.
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