Dorami-chan: Mini-Dora SOS (movie)

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[ spinoff of Doraemon (TV 1/1973) ]

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Alternative title:
ドラミちゃん ミニドラSOS!!! (Japanese) 
Objectionable content: None 
Plot Summary: This episode is set in the future where the main characters from Doraemon are all grown up and have kids. Minidora (mini doraemon) accidently gets delivered to the Nobita's future house. The sons of Jyaiyan, Suneo and Nobita plays with Minidora with the special goods he brings out of his pocket. But trouble happens when they ran away from Dorami, who came to retrieve Minidora. 
Running time: 40 minutes 
Vintage:
1989-03-11
2006-10-25 (Spain) 
Premiere date:
1989-03-11 (Japan) 
Official website:
www.dora-world.com (Japanese) 
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Makoto Moriwaki 
Original creator:
Hiroshi Fujimoto 
Motoo Abiko 

Theme Song Performance: Satoko Yamano 
Kaneta Kimotsuki as Suneki/Suneo 
Kazuya Tatekabe as Jyaichibi/Jyaian 
Keiko Yokozawa as Doremi 
Michiko Nomura as Shizuka 

Japanese companies
Spanish staff
Spanish companies
(none)
Distributor: Luk Internacional (Spain) 
DVD Distribution: Luk Internacional (Spain) 
Spanish cast
(none)
Portuguese cast
Portuguese staff
ADR Director: Victor Oliveira 
Portuguese companies
ADR Production: Cantinho da Música 
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