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Molly HaleMe Snowdon (ミー・スノードン)Molly Hale (Pokemon 3: The Movie - Spell of the Unown)
5 years old (source: Pokemon 3: The Movie)5 years old (source: Pokemon 3: The Movie)
Light BrownLight Brown
Daughter of Professor Spencer HaleDaughter of Professor Spencer Hale
"You mean you don't have to be a grown up to be a gym leader?"
Pokémon 3: The MoviePokémon 3: The Movie
Pokemon 3: The Movie - Spell of the UnownPocket Monsters: Emperor of the Crystal Tower

Character Description: Molly Hale

Molly Hale is one of the focal characters of the 3rd Pokemon Movie. In the movie she inadvertently summoned the Unown after her father disappeared during an archeological expedition. From there the Unown began to read the thoughts and dreams of her mind and began to alter the town of Greenfield to suit her "wishes".

The Unown even created an illusion Entei to act as her father and kidnapped Ash's mom, Delia, to act as Molly's mother. In the end it was up to Ash and friends to convince Molly to undo everything, before Greenfield becomes a crystal wasteland.

Molly Hale (Pokemon 3: The Movie - Spell of the Unown)

Character Description: Molly Hale

Molly is the daughter of Professor Spencer Hale, a researcher of Legendary Pokemon. One night, her father disappears while investigating a temple full of Unown and she is grief-stricken. Longing to have her family (her mother is also missing) back again, she taps into the power of the Unown and these mysterious Pokemon start turning her home and the surrounding town into crystal. Then, remembering how she compared her father to Entei, she dreams up an Entei to be her new "father". If anyone tries to break into the family home, Molly gets agitated and the Unown, sensing this, use their powers to keep all intruders out.

Despite all the trouble she causes, Molly is not really a bad person; she's just a frightened child who longs for security. Eventually, with the help of Ash and his friends, she realizes the real world is better than the illusion she has dreamed up. But is it already too late?

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