Doraemon (TV 1/1973)

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[ adapted from Doraemon (manga) ]

Related anime:
    Doraemon (TV 2/1979) (1979-04-02 to 2005-03-25, alternate retelling)
      Doraemon: It's New Year! (special) (1979-01, sequel)
        Doraemon and Itchy the Stray (special) (1979-01, sequel)
        Doraemon Meets Hattori the Ninja (special) (1979-01, sequel)
        Doraemon's Time Capsule for 2001 (special) (1979-01, sequel)
        Doraemon: Come back Doraemon (special) (1979-01, sequel)
        Doraemon: Featherplace (special) (1979-01, sequel)
        Doraemon: It's Autumn! (special) (1986-04-04, sequel)
        Doraemon: It's Spring! (special) (1986-04-04, sequel)
        Doraemon: It's Summer! (special) (1986-04-04, sequel)
        Doraemon: It's Winter! (special) (1986-04-04, sequel)
        Doraemon: Summer Holiday (special) (1986-04-04, sequel)
        Doraemon: Treasure of the Shinugumi Mountain (special) (1986-04-04, sequel)
        X'mas da yo! Doraemon & Doraemons Chō Special (1996-12-21, sequel)
      Doraemon (TV 3/2005) (2005-04-15, sequel)
    Doraemon: Nobita's Dinosaur (movie) (1980, sequel)
      Doraemon: Nobita to Kumo no Ōkoku (movie) (sequel)
      Doraemon: Nobita no Uchū Kaitakushi (movie) (1981, sequel)
      Doraemon: What Am I for Momotaro (movie) (1981, sequel)
      Doraemon: Nobita's Great Demon (movie) (1982, sequel)
        Doraemon Shin Nobita no Daimakyo ~Peko to 5-nin no Tankentai~ (movie) (2014-03-08, remake)
      Doraemon: Nobita's Monstrous Underwater Castle (movie) (1983, sequel)
      Doraemon: Nobita's Great Adventure in the World of Magic (movie) (1984, sequel)
      Doraemon: Nobita's Little "Star Wars" (movie) (1985, sequel)
      Doraemon: Nobita and the Platoon of Iron Men (movie) (1986-03-15, sequel)
        Doraemon: Shin Nobita to Tetsujin Heidan - Habatake Tenshi-tachi (movie) (2011-03-05, remake)
      Doraemon: Nobita and the Dragon Rider (movie) (1987-03-14, sequel)
      Doraemon: Nobita's Version of Saiyuki (movie) (1988-03-12, sequel)
      Doraemon: Nobita at the Birth of Japan (movie) (1989-03-11, sequel)
      Doraemon: Nobita's Animal Planet (movie) (1990-03-10, sequel)
      Doraemon: Nobita in Dorabian Nights (movie) (1991-03-09, sequel)
      Doraemon: Nobita's Tin-Plate Labyrinth (movie) (1993-03-06, sequel)
      Doraemon: Nobita's Fantastical Three Musketeers (movie) (1994-03-12, sequel)
      2112: The Birth of Doraemon (movie) (1995-03-04, sequel)
      Doraemon: Nobita's Genesis Diary (movie) (1995-03-04, sequel)
      Doraemon: Nobita's Galactic Express (movie) (1996-03-02, sequel)
      Doraemon: Nobita's Adventure in Clockwork City (movie) (1997-03-08, sequel)
      Doraemon: Doraemon Comes Back (movie) (1998-03-07, sequel)
      Doraemon: Nobita's South Sea Adventure (movie) (1998-03-07, sequel)
      Doraemon: Nobita Gets Lost in Space (movie) (1999-03-06, sequel)
      Doraemon: Nobita's the Night Before a Wedding (movie) (1999-03-06, sequel)
      Doraemon: Nobita and the Legend of the Sun King (movie) (2000-03-04, sequel)
      Doraemon: Obāchan no Omoide (movie) (2000-03-04, sequel)
      Doraemon: Ganbare! Gian!! (movie) (2001-03-10, sequel)
      Doraemon: Nobita's Winged Heroes (movie) (2001-03-10, sequel)
      Doraemon: Boku no Umareta Hi (movie) (2002-03-09, sequel)
      Doraemon: Nobita & Robot Kingdom (movie) (2002-03-09, sequel)
      Doraemon: Nobita and the Strange Wind Rider (movie) (2003-03-08, sequel)
      Doraemon: Nobita's Wannyan Space-Time Legend (movie) (2004-03-06, sequel)
      Doraemon: Nobita no Kyoryu [2006] (movie) (2006-03-04, remake)
      Doraemon: Nobita no Shin Makai Daibōken - Shichinin no Mahōtsukai (movie) (2007-03-10, sequel)
      Doraemon: Nobita to Midori no Kyojin Den (movie) (2008-03-08, sequel)
      Doraemon: Shin Nobita no Uchū Kaitakushi (movie) (2009-03-07, sequel)
      Doraemon: Nobita no Ningyo Daikaisen (movie) (2010-03-06, sequel)
      Doraemon: Nobita to Kiseki no Shima ~Animal Adventure~ (movie) (2012-03-03, sequel)
      Doraemon: Nobita no Himitsu Dōgu Museum (movie) (2013-03-09, sequel)
      Stand By Me Doraemon (movie) (2014-08-08, sequel)
    Dorami-chan: Mini-Dora SOS (movie) (1989-03-11, spinoff)
      Dorami-chan: Wow, The Kid Gang of Bandits (movie) (1991-03-09, sequel)
      Dorami-chan: Hello, Dynosis Kids!! (movie) (1993-03-06, sequel)
      Dorami-chan: A Blue Straw Hat (movie) (1994-03-12, sequel)
      Dorami & Doraemons: Robot School's Seven Mysteries (movie) (1996-03-02, sequel)
      (The) Doraemons: The Mysterious Thief Dorapan The Mysterious Cartel (movie) (1997-03-08, sequel)
      (The) Doraemons: The Great Operation of Springing Insects (movie) (1998-03-07, sequel)
      (The) Doraemons: Strange, Sweets, Strange? (movie) (1999-03-06, sequel)
      (The) Doraemons: Doki Doki Wildcat Engine (movie) (2000-03-04, sequel)
      Dorami & Doraemons: Space Land's Critical Event (movie) (2001-03-10, sequel)
      (The) Doraemons: Goal! Goal! Goal!! (movie) (2002-03-09, sequel)

Alternative title:
Doraemon: El Gato Cosmico (Spanish)
عبقور (Arabic)
ドラえもん (Japanese)
Objectionable content: None
Plot Summary: Nobita Nobi is so hapless that his 22nd century decendants are still impoverished as a result of his 20th century bumbling. In a bid to raise their social status, their servant, a robotic cat named Doraemon, decides to travel back in time and guide Nobita on the proper path to fortune. Unfortunately Doraemon, a dysfunctional robot that the familly acquired by accident (but chose to keep nonetheless), isn't much better off than Nobita. The robot leads Nobita on many adventures, and while Nobita's life certainly is more exciting with the robot cat from the future, it is questionable if it is in fact better in the way that Doraemon planned.
User Ratings: 237 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 31 votes (sub:20, ?:4, raw:2, dub:2, others:3
1 Spanish dubbed
1 Portuguese subtitled
1 Tagalog dubbed
)
 Excellent: 32 votes (sub:19, raw:3, ?:2, dub:2, others:6
1 Portuguese subtitled
1 Portuguese dubbed
1 hindi/urdu dubbed
1 Tagalog dubbed
1 Spanish dubbed
1 Italian dubbed
)
 Very good: 41 votes (sub:23, ?:7, raw:3, dub:2, others:6
3 Spanish dubbed
1 Spanish edited dub
1 Spanish subtitled
1 Tagalog dubbed
)
 Good: 58 votes (sub:26, dub:10, raw:6, ?:3, others:13
6 Spanish dubbed
2 Cantonese dubbed
2 Tagalog dubbed
1 Italian dubbed
1 +
1 Portuguese subtitled
)
 Decent: 35 votes (sub:16, raw:6, dub:3, ?:2, others:8
1 Italian edited dub
1 Tagalog dubbed
1 Portuguese subtitled
1 Italian dubbed
1 Arabic edited dub
1 Catalan dubbed
1 Indonesia dubbed
1 Spanish dubbed
)
 So-so: 26 votes (sub:9, dub:4, ?:3, raw:3, edit.dub:1, others:6
6 Spanish dubbed
)
 Not really good: 4 votes (?:2, edit.dub:1, sub:1)
 Weak: 4 votes (dub:2, sub:1, others:1
1 Korean dubbed
)
 Bad: 4 votes (?:2, sub:1, dub:1)
 Awful: 1 vote (others:1
1 Spanish dubbed
)
 Worst ever: 1 vote (others:1
1 Spanish dubbed
)
Seen in part or in whole by 820 users, rank: #1233 (of 6023)
Median rating: Good
Arithmetic mean: 7.211 (Good+), std. dev.: 1.9065, rank: #1810 (of 6016)
Weighted mean: 7.125 (Good), rank: #1855 (of 6016) (seen all: 7.83 / seen some: 7.10 / won't finish: 6.10)
Bayesian estimate: 7.146 (Good), rank: #1650 (of 4534)
Running time: half hour per episode
Number of episodes: 26
Episode titles: We have 51
Vintage: 1973-04-01 to 1973-09-30
Opening Theme:
"Doraemon (1973 OP)" by Harumi Naitoh
Ending Theme:
"Doraemon Rumba (1973 ED)" by Harumi Naitoh
Official website:
Dora-World (Japanese)
Doraemon (Spanish)
Links: We have 1
Comment:
Doraemon is one of the longest running TV series in Japan, while Sazae-san has been running longer, there are more episodes of Doraemon. While the original 1973 series was not very well received and fizzled after only 26 episodes, the 1979 series still runs today, with over 2000 episodes (total) to date.
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Original creator: Hiroshi Fujimoto

Animation Editing: Kevin James Stevens (as intouched w/ Japanese Gov..)
Co-production Manager: Tomohira Sayamura
Original Co-Creator: Motoo Abiko (until 1987)
Kousei Tomita as Doraemon(1973, 1st)
Masako Nozawa as Doraemon(1973, 2nd)
Yoshiko Ohta as Nobita(1973)

Kaneta Kimotsuki as
Jyaian(1973)
Suneo
Takeshi Gouda
Masako Ebisu as Shizuka(1973)
Michiko Nomura as Shizuka Minamoto
Shun Yashiro as Suneo(1973)

Chiaki Morita as
Ken
Tooru
Ichirô Murakoshi as Nobita's Dad(1973)
Junko Hori as Gachako(1973)
Junko Shimakata as
akachan
Chinchao
Roboka
Shounen
Katsue Miwa as Perman
Kazuyo Aoki as Jyaian's mother
Keiko Yamamoto as Sewashi(1973)
Keiko Yokozawa as Dorami
Kyoko Yamada as Yamada-kun
Masako Nozawa as Botako(1973)
Masashi Amenomori as Sensei(1973, 2nd)
Masayuki Kato as Papa
Noriko Ohara as Nobita's mom(1973)
Noriko Tsukase as Debuko(1973)
Osamu Kato as Sensei(1973, 1st)
Rihoko Yoshida as Jamako(1973)
Ryouichi Tanaka as Teacher
Sumiko Shirakawa as Dekisugi
Yuzuru Fujimoto as Papa

Japanese companies
Broadcaster: NTV (1973)
Production: Tokyo Movie Shinsha
English staff
English companies
(none)
Broadcaster: hungama india
English cast
(none)
Spanish staff
Spanish cast
Theme Song Performance:
Anna Orra (ED #2)
Maggie Vera (Mexican dub)
Anna Orra as Doraemon(Catalan dub)
Assumpta Navascues as Nobita Nobi(Catalan dub)
Laura Torres as Nobita Nobi
Ricardo Tejedo as Doraemon

Carlos Segundo as Time police
Cristina Hernandez as Shizuka
Irwin Daayan as Suneo
Josep Sobrevia as Takeshi Gôda 'Gegant'(Catalan dub)
María Rosa Gil as Suneo Honekawa(Catalan dub)
Meritxell Ané as Shizuka Minamoto(Catalan dub)

Anna Romano as Mini Dora(Catalan dub)
Carmen Ambrós as Jaiko Goda 'Geganteta'(Catalan dub)
Julia Chalmeta as Dorami(Catalan dub)
Marta Estrada as Sewashi(Catalan dub)
Mayte Supervia as Tamako Nobi(Catalan dub)
Spanish companies
Broadcaster:
7RM (Spain)
Boing (Spain)
Cadena 3 (Colombia)
Canal Caracol (Colombia)
Canal Sur (Spain)
Chilevision (Chile)
Ecuavisa (Ecuador)
K3 (Televisió de Catalunya)
Magic Kids (Latin-america)
Punt 2 (Televisió Valenciana)
Telemadrid (Spain)
Televisa Canal 5 (Mexico)
Televisión Canaria (Spain)
TV3 (Televisió de Catalunya)
Distributor: Luk Internacional (Spain)
TV Distribution: Luk Internacional (Spain)
Italian cast
Italian staff
Dubbing Director:
Giovanni Brusatori (First dub)
Paolo Torrisi (second dub)
Sergio Romanò (second dub)
Carla Comaschi as Shizuka(First dub)
Davide Garbolino as Nobita(second dub)
Federica Valenti as Shizuka(second dub)
Liù Bosisio as Doraemon(First dub)
Luca Bosisio as Jaian(First dub)
Luca Bottale as Jaian(second dub)
Marco Joannucci as Nobita(First dub, second voice)
Massimo Còrizza as Nobita(First dub, first voice)
Patrizia Scianca as Suneo(second dub)
Pietro Ubaldi as Doraemon(second dub)

Carla Comaschi as Nobita's mother(First dub)
Cesare Rasini as Nobita's father(second dub)
Elda Olivieri as Nobita's mother(second dub)
Elisabetta Spinelli as Suneo's mother(second dub)
Marina Thovez as Shizuka's mother(second dub)
Rosalba Bongiovanni as Jaian's mother(second dub)
Serena Clerici as Dorami(second dub)
Sergio Romanò as Nobita's teacher(second dub)

Antonio Paiola as Nobita's grandfather(second dub)
Italian companies
Dubbing: Merak Film (second dub)
Tagalog staff
Tagalog cast
Script: Lea Ropero
Bernie Malejana as Doraemon(Alta Prod. 2nd Dub)
Jefferson Utanes as
Doraemon(Alta Prod. 3rd dub)
Nobita
Jimmy Figueroa as Doraemon(Alta)
Julius Figueroa as Nobita(Alta Prod)

Ed Belo as Mr. Nobi
Robert Brillantes as
Jyaian(aka Damulag, Alta Dub)
Suneo(Alta Dub)

Kevin James Stevens as
Mr.Nobi (Daddy)(all eps.)
Suneo and Damulag(all eps)

Tagalog companies
Broadcaster: GMA Network
Portuguese staff
Portuguese companies
(none)
Broadcaster:
Canal Panda (PT)
Canal Panda
Rede Manchete (Brazil)
RTP1
Distributor: WTC Comunicações (Brazil)
Portuguese cast
Angelica Santos as Nobita Nobi
Zezinho Cutolo as Doraemon

Tatá Guarnieri as Jyaian/Gigante
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