Pokémon: The Kanto, Johto and Hoenn Chronicles is a 2004 American animated television series set in the Pokémon universe and developed and drawn by Genndy Tartakovsky. Produced and released between the anime series Indigo League, Master Quest and Advanced Generation, the show follows Pokémon trainer Ash Ketchum, who was joined by his Pokémon partner Pikachu and a rotating cast of human characters, mainly Misty and Brock, as he goes on a journey from Kanto to Hoenn to become a "Pokémon Master" and compete in various Pokémon-battling tournaments called known as the Pokémon League.

The series aired on Cartoon Network for three seasons consisting of 150 episodes altogether from 2004 to 2007, and was the first Pokémon television series to be produced by an American animation studio. The first season of The Kanto, Johto and Hoenn Chronicles, released on DVD as "Volume One", were produced in 52 episodes set in Kanto, while the second and third seasons consisted of 24-minute episodes set in Johto and Hoenn, comprising "Volume Two". Since its release, the series has received critical acclaim and won multiple awards, including the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Animated Program for both volumes.

The Audio PostProduction and Mix was Performed at Skywalker Sound which provided Post-Production Sound Services: while Christopher Boyes is the Sound Designer, Randy Thom and Steve Boeddeker served as Sound Effects Editors & Re-Recording Mixers; Technical Audio Supervisor Jonathan Greber and Digital Transfer guys Chris Barron & John Countryman served as Assistant Editors on Season 1 according to the Volume One DVD credits, and Gwendolyn Yates Whittle was Sound Editor on Season 2 and Season 3 according to the Volume Two DVD credits. Andrea Gard is the Foley Artist and Frank 'Pepe' Merel is the Foley Mixer.

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