Doraemon: Nobita's Adventure in Clockwork City (movie)

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Alternative title:
Doraemon e a Fábrica de Brinquedos (Portuguese)
Doraemon y la fábrica de juguetes (Spanish)
ドラえもん のび太のねじ巻き都市(シティー)冒険記 (Japanese)
Objectionable content: None
Plot Summary: After Suneo bragged about having a ranch, Nobita was asked whether or not he has one, pressuring him to say yes. Doraemon won a number of lotteries for useless planets in the belt between Mars and Jupiter. When Suneo and the rest came to see the ranch, Nobita happened to read the last of the lottery number to the go-anywhere-door, leading them to a huge dreamlike area. As Nobita's toy horse pranced around because of the wind-up life gadget, Suneo and the others became interested in doing the same to their toys and let them live in the area. So they decided to make their own clockwork city.
Running time: 98 minutes
Vintage:
1997-03-08
2005-10-26 (Spain)
Premiere date:
1997-03-08 (Japan)
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Tsutomu Shibayama
Script: Fujiko Fujio
Screenplay: Fujiko F. Fujio
Unit Director: Soichiro Zen
Original creator:
Hiroshi Fujimoto
Motoo Abiko
Art Director: Shigeru Morimoto
Animation Director: Sadayoshi Tominaga
Cgi Director: Kazumi Nonaka
Director of Photography: Toshiyuki Umeda
Executive producer: Fujiko Fujio
Art Setting: Nobuo Numai
CG Producer: Muneharu Yamaura
CG Production Advancement: Jun Kondo
CG Supervisor: Masaaki Osumi
Digital Composite:
Akio Kazumi
Kazusuke Takasu
Editing: Hajime Okayasu
Finish Check: Naomi Ishida
In-Between Check: Tetsuo Hara
Literature Production: Yayoi Takihara
Original Manga Cooperation: Shintarō Mugiwara
Paint Manager: Yukiko Nonaka
Production Affairs: Yuki Sugino
Recording Director: Yasuo Uragami
Screenplay Assistance: Jun Kumazawa
Setting: Shôhei Kawamoto
Sound Production Desk: Megumi Ozawa
Special Effects:
Michiaki Doi
Yurio Watanabe
Special Photography: Yurio Watanabe
Supervision: Daikichirou Kusube
Technical Assistant: Mikio Mori
Theme Song Arrangement: Shunsuke Kikuchi ("Doraemon no Uta")
Theme Song Composition:
Ken Takahashi ("Love is you")
Shunsuke Kikuchi ("Doraemon no Uta")
Theme Song Lyrics:
Eikichi Yazawa ("Love is you")
Takumi Kusube ("Doraemon no Uta")
Theme Song Performance:
Eikichi Yazawa ("Love is you")
Satoko Yamano ("Doraemon no Uta")
Titles: Akira Michikawa
Nobuyo Oyama as Doraemon
Noriko Ohara as Nobita Nobi

Kaneta Kimotsuki as Suneo
Kazuya Tatekabe as Jyaian
Michiko Nomura as Shizuka

Chafurin as Tira
Daiki Nakamura as Kumatora D
Ginzo Matsuo as Hokuro
Hiroshi Ishida as Kumatora B
Kaneto Shiozawa as Thomas Meedison
Kazue Ikura as Boy
Kazuyo Aoki as Panda
Keiko Yokozawa as Wicky
Kenji Utsumi as Onigorou Kumatora
Masashi Hirose as Kumatora A
Masashi Sugawara as Ain Motain
Nozomu Sasaki as Pib
Takeshi Watabe as Majin
Yousuke Akimoto as Kumatora C
Yousuke Naka as Papa
Japanese companies
Spanish companies
Spanish staff
(none)
Broadcaster:
Boing (2012-11-30)
Super3 (Televisió de Catalunya)
Distributor: Luk Internacional (Spain)
DVD Distribution: Luk Internacional (Spain)
Spanish cast
(none)
Portuguese staff
Portuguese companies
(none)
Distributor: Luk Internacional (Portugal)
DVD Distribution: Luk Internacional (Portugal)
Portuguese cast
(none)
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