One Piece Film: Gold

One Piece Film: Gold (ワンピースフィルムゴールド, Wan Pīsu Firumu Gōrudo) is a 2016 Japanese animated fantasy action adventure film directed by Hiroaki Miyamoto and produced by Toei Animation.[4] The film is part of the One Piece film series, based on the manga series of the same name written and illustrated by Eiichiro Oda. It had its world premiere at the Emirates Palace hotel in Abu Dhabi on July 15, 2016, and later premiered in Japan on July 23, 2016.[5][6] On October 5, 2016, Funimation announced that they acquired the rights to screen the film in the United States and Canada on January 10–17, 2017.

One Piece Film: Gold
One Piece Film Gold Visual.jpg
Japanese release poster by Eiichiro Oda
Directed byHiroaki Miyamoto
Produced byKei Kajimoto
Yuta Kano
Screenplay byTsutomu Kuroiwa
Based onOne Piece
by Eiichiro Oda
StarringMayumi Tanaka
Kazuya Nakai
Akemi Okamura
Kappei Yamaguchi
Hiroaki Hirata
Ikue Ōtani
Yuriko Yamaguchi
Kazuhiro Yamaji
Hikari Mitsushima
Gaku Hamada
Kendo Kobayashi
Kin'ya Kitaōji
Music byYuki Hayashi
CinematographyNaoyuki Wada
Edited byMasahiro Goto
Distributed byToei Company
Release date
Running time
120 minutes
Box office
  • ¥5.2 billion (Japan)[1][2][3]
  • $70.84 million (worldwide)[a]


The Straw Hat Pirates arrive at Gran Tesoro, a ship and entertainment city ruled by Gild Tesoro. The concierge Baccarat gives the Straw Hats a VIP stay due to their fame, and they go to a casino, where they win a lot of money. Baccarat then takes them to the VIP lounge to meet Tesoro, who challenges them to a dice game. However, Baccarat uses her Devil Fruit abilities to strip Luffy of his luck, causing him to lose. She reveals her foul play and the Straw Hats refuse to give up their money, causing them to fight Baccarat, Tesoro, and his subordinates Mr. Tanaka and Dice. They are overwhelmed, and Tesoro, who can manipulate gold, captures Zoro by manipulating the gold dust sprayed on him when he entered Gran Tesoro. Tesoro gives the Straw Hats until midnight the next day to repay their debt, or he will execute Zoro.

Outside, the Straw Hats run into Carina, a former acquaintance of Nami's who is now working for Tesoro. They hatch a plan with Carina to steal money kept in the main hotel, and find out that most people in the city are enslaved to Tesoro. Tesoro pays CP-0 agent Spandam to send World Government forces after the Straw Hats. The next day, the Straw Hats split up into two teams and infiltrate the hotel. Team A, Luffy and Franky, scale it from the outside in order to disable its surveillance network. They disable it, but are caught by security. Tesoro and Tanaka then confront them, and Tesoro binds Luffy's arms in gold before Tanaka sends them plummeting into the Golden Prison, a large cavern filled with nothing but gold.

Luffy and Franky meet Raise Max, a legendary gambler and member of the Revolutionary Army who takes them through a dangerous pipe system to get to a seawater pipeline and wash the gold off Luffy. They reach the pipeline after Max stops a giant spinning fan. Meanwhile, the rest of the Straw Hats and Carina sneak into the room containing the money, only to find themselves on a stage as part of a trap laid by Tesoro and Carina. Tesoro reveals that he knows where Luffy and Franky are and attempts to drown them by flooding their location with seawater. He then attempts to execute Zoro, but when trying to release liquid gold from Gran Tesoro's fountains, seawater comes out instead. Carina's group reveals that they had intended for all of this to happen in order for the seawater to be released, and the seawater frees everyone from Tesoro's control by washing the gold dust off them. Luffy and Franky's group emerges from a fountain, and the Straw Hats reunite as Gran Tesoro's citizens and prisoners rise up against Tesoro and his crew.

Intent on remaining in control, Tesoro blows up the hotel and forms it into golden armor for his subordinates and a giant golem that he occupies. The Straw Hats fight Tesoro's crew, and Luffy goes after Tesoro, but is overwhelmed. Marine forces led by Rob Lucci then attack Gran Tesoro, and Spandam captures Luffy. However, Sabo intercepts Lucci, and a child that Luffy inspired saves him from Spandam. The Straw Hats defeat Baccarat, Tanaka, and Dice, and Luffy uses Gear Four to destroy Tesoro's golem. Tesoro turns the golem into liquid gold, which traps everyone except Luffy. Tesoro attacks Luffy with a massive tendril of gold, but Luffy destroys it and defeats him, sending him flying into the Marine fleet where he is arrested. Everyone is freed from the gold, but Gran Tesoro then appears to go into a self-destruct protocol. Carina decides to stay behind while everyone else evacuates, and as the Straw Hats depart, they realize the protocol was false and Carina now has control over Gran Tesoro. As the Straw Hats are chased by the Marine fleet, Carina sails Gran Tesoro into the distance.

Voice castEdit

Character Japanese Voice Actor[7][8] English Voice Actor
Monkey D. Luffy Mayumi Tanaka Colleen Clinkenbeard
Roronoa Zoro Kazuya Nakai Christopher R. Sabat
Nami Akemi Okamura Luci Christian
Usopp Kappei Yamaguchi Sonny Strait
Vinsmoke Sanji Hiroaki Hirata Eric Vale
Tony Tony Chopper Ikue Ōtani Brina Palencia
Nico Robin Yuriko Yamaguchi Stephanie Young
Franky Kazuki Yao Patrick Seitz
Brook Chō Ian Sinclair
Gild Tesoro Kazuhiro Yamaji Keith Silverstein
Takahiro Sakurai (young) Dallas Reid (young)
Baccarat Nanao Amber Lee Connors
Dice Kendo Kobayashi Tyson Rinehart
Tanaka Gaku Hamada Daman Mills
Carina Hikari Mitsushima Michele Knotz
Raise Max Kin'ya Kitaōji Garrett Schenck
Sakazuki Fumihiko Tachiki Andrew Love
Rob Lucci Tomokazu Seki Jason Liebrecht
Spandam Masaya Onosaka Christopher Corey Smith
Sabo Tōru Furuya Vic Mignogna
Koala Satsuki Yukino Jeannie Tirado
Kent Beef Jr. Arata Furuta Brian Olvera
Pork Josh Grelle
Jimmy Myers Korokke Alejandro Saab
Long Long Wataru Takagi Chad Cline
Morkin Nadal Joel McDonald
Narcie Nobuyuki Hiyama Scott Frerichs
Lepre Rena Takeda Kristi Kang
Bit Ayaka Miyoshi Kristen Lee
Kiruko Arisa Sato Jennifer Green
Alba Nanase Nishino Katy Tye
Curve Ryō Narita David Trosko
Rikka Chika Sakamoto Jill Harris
Tempo Naoko Watanabe Bryn Apprill
Double Down Naoto Takenaka TBC
Whitejack Keith Kubal
Camael Masakazu Mimura Keith Kubal
Stella Gi Ryoko Madeleine Morris


Music and soundtrackEdit

External video
  "Ikari o Kure yo"
Music video for the film's theme song by Glim Spanky.

The film score was composed by Yuki Hayashi and the film's theme song is "Ikari o Kure yo" (怒りをくれよ) by Glim Spanky.[9] As a fan of the band, Eiichiro Oda personally requested that they provide the theme. The film's staff asked the group to write something different than what would typically be associated with One Piece and to evoke the feeling of "battling Luffy." The first song they brought was not what the staff had in mind and they were suggested to write something more "unrefined" and "Iggy Pop-ish", to which Glim Spanky responded with "Ikari o Kure yo".[10]

ONE PIECE FILM GOLD Original Soundtrack (Disc 1)
# Title Length
English Romaji Japanese
02 Embarkation Jyousenn 乗船 0:12
03 Baccarat Appears Bakaratouzyou バカラ登場 1:13
04 Welcome to Gran Tesoro! Youkoso Grantesoro he! ようこそグラン・テゾーロへ! 2:20
05 Funky White Suit Funky Shiro Suit ファンキー白スーツ 1:18
06 Slave of Gold Kinn No Dorei 金の奴隷 0:32
07 Gold Emperor Ougontei 黄金帝 2:26
08 Go Go Casino Go Go Casino GOGO カジノ 0:52
10 Win Kachimakuri 勝ちまくり 0:32
11 VIP Room Vip Room VIPルーム 1:05
12 Exciting Chouhan Exciting Chouhan エキサイティング丁半 1:09
13 Tesoro and Crew Tesoro To Ichimi テゾーロと一味 3:58
14 I Was Tricked!? Hamerareta!? ハメられた!? 1:31
15 Ultimate Gambling Kyukyoku No Gambling 究極のギャンブル 2:01
16 Thief and Vixen Dorobouneko To Megitsune 泥棒猫と女狐 0:50
18 Tesoro Money Tesoro Money テゾーロマネー 2:14
19 Slave's Hopelessness Dorei No Heisokukan 奴隷の閉塞感 1:49
20 Crossing Prediction Kousasuru Omowaku 交錯する思惑 2:32
21 Tactical Preparation Sakusenkaigichuu 作戦準備中 0:37
22 The Pair's Past Furtarinokako 二人の過去 2:35
23 Strategic Meeting Sakusenkaigi 作戦会議 2:17
Disc length 48:37
ONE PIECE FILM GOLD Original Soundtrack (Disc 2)
# Title Length
English Romaji Japanese
01 Dokidoki Spy Item DokiDoki Spy Time ドキドキスパイアイテム 3:14
02 Natural Trap Tennen Trap 天然トラップ 1:52
03 Gum Gum Infiltration Gomugomu No Sennyu ゴムゴムの潜入 1:12
04 An Intruder is Found!!! Shinnyusya Hakken!!! 侵入者発見!!! 0:37
05 Tesoro's Power Tsoro No Chikara テゾーロの力 2:06
06 The Upcoming Crisis Semaru Kiki 迫る危機 0:42
07 Celestial Dragons Tenryubito 天竜人 0:39
08 Gold Prison Gold Prison ゴールドプリズン 0:43
09 Prisoner Blues Syuujin No Blues 囚人のブルース 0:42
10 Legendary Gambler Densetsu No Gambler 伝説のギャンブラー 0:55
11 Faint Possibility Kasukana Kanousei かすかな可能性 1:30
12 The Secret Plan of Reversal Gyakuten No Hisaku 逆転の秘策 0:21
13 Fake Celestial Dragons Nise Tenryubito ニセ天竜人 1:04
14 The Way to Escape Dassyutu Heno Michi 脱出への道 1:12
15 Max's Determination Max No Ketsui マックスの決意 1:13
16 In Pursuit of Freedom Jiyuu Wo Motomete 自由を求めて 1:22
17 Betrayal Uragiri 裏切り 1:40
18 A Desperate Situation Zettaizetsumei 絶体絶命 3:34
19 An Emergency Situation Masaka No Jitai まさかの事態 1:13
20 Extreme Entertainment! Kyukyoku No Entertainment 究極のエンターテインメント 2:21
21 Tesoro's Past Tesoro No Kako テゾーロの過去 1:12
22 Tesoro's Madness Tesoro No Kyouki テゾーロの狂気 1:24
23 God's Power Kami No Chikara 神の力 1:29
24 The Three Executives Appear Sankanbu Touzyou 3幹部登場 1:45
25 The Strength to Stand Up Tachiagaru Chikara 立ち上がる力 1:18
26 Oppressed Crew Osareru Ichimi 押される一味 1:13
27 The Terror of Luck Lucky No Osoroshisa ラッキーの恐ろしさ 2:17
28 The Subsequent Battle Tuduku Battle 続くバトル 1:41
29 The Strongest Brother Appears Saikyou No Anitouzyou 最強の兄登場 1:35
30 Believe In Your Nakamas Nakama Wo Shinjite 仲間を信じて 2:31
31 The Great Turnabout Daigyakuten 大逆転 3:35
32 Mad God Kuruttakami 狂った神 1:24
33 Last Battle Last Battle ラストバトル 1:21
34 Triumphant Liberty Jiyuu No Shouri 自由の勝利 0:53
35 The Final Trick Saigo No Shikake 最後の仕掛け 1:43
36 Give Me Rage (Short ver.) Ikari Wo Kureyo (Short Version) 怒りをくれよ(Short ver.) 1:38
Disc length 55:11


The film was released in Japan on July 23, 2016 by its distributor Toei Company, on 739 screens in 344 theatres across the country.[11]

The Blu-ray was released on December 28, 2016, in Japan and was released on 7 April 2017 in Germany,[12][better source needed] and 2 May 2017 in the U.S.

Selecta Visión released the film in Spain and Portugal on DVD and Blu-ray on 12 April 2017, featuring Japanese, Spanish and Catalan audio, as well as subtitles in Spanish, Catalan and Portuguese.[13] Previously, the film had been premiered in theaters in Spain on 4 November 2016, dubbed in Spanish and Catalan.[14] It was the first One Piece film to be released in cinemas in Spain.


Logo of One Piece Film: Gold


Box officeEdit

The film grossed $10.9 million on its opening weekend in Japan.[15] It earned ¥1,516,450,600 from the 1,088,166 ticket sales in its first four days.[11] It grossed $35.6 million by August 16, 2016.[16] It grossed over ¥5 billion ($48.8 million) in Japan by early September 2016.[17] By the end of 2016, it had grossed ¥5.18 billion in Japan, and was one of the year's top five highest-grossing domestic films.[18]

In China, it grossed the biggest three-day total (CN¥105.5 million) in China of any Japanese film for 2016,[19] up until the release of Your Name.[20] Film: Gold went on to gross CN¥107 million ($16,114,458) in China.[21] The film also grossed ₩1,710,761,100 ($1,554,408) in South Korea,[22] and $423,593 in the United States and Canada.[23] The worldwide total box office is about $70.84 million.[a]

Critical receptionEdit

On review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, the film holds an approval rating of 67%, based on 9 reviews, and an average rating of 6.2/10.[30] On Metacritic, the film has a weighted average score of 43 out of 100, based on 4 critics, indicating "mixed or average reviews".[31]

Home mediaEdit

The film was released in Japan in standard and limited edition DVD and Blu-ray formats on December 28, 2016.[32] The limited edition "Golden Limited Edition" contains with interview of Eiichiro Oda, making of and application card for event, TV spot, trailer, and much more. Comes with golden earphones, a pen, Gran Tesoro Adventure original board game, golden casino-chip menko cards, and an unreleased press material.[33] By the end of the year in Japan, the movie Gold had sold approximately 79,932 copies of DVDs and Blu-rays.[34][35][36]

Koch Media released the film in Italy on DVD and Blu-ray on April 6, 2017.[37] Selecta Visión released the film in Spain on DVD and Blu-ray on 12 April 2017, featuring Japanese, Spanish and Catalan audio, also with subtitles in Spanish and Catalan.[38] On April 17, 2017 Kazé Anime launched Germany two versions of the home video, the Standard Edition Blu-ray/DVD and the Limited Deluxe Edition.[39] In North America, Funimation released the film on DVD and Blu-ray on May 2, 2017.[40]

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ a b One Piece: Film Gold
    • Japan – ¥5.18 billion[24] ($51.6 million)[25]
    • China – CN¥107 million[21] ($16,114,458)
    • South Korea – ₩1,710,761,100[26] ($1,554,408)
    • North America, France, Italy, Spain, New Zealand, Thailand – $1,319,785[27]
    • Australia – $91,294[28]
    • Taipei – $210,000[29]


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