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Doraemon the Movie: The Record of Nobita's Parallel Visit to the West (movie 1-09)

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Alternative title:
Doraemon y el viaje a la antigua China (Spanish)
Eiga Doraemon: Nobita no Parallel Saiyūki (Japanese)
映画ドラえもん のび太のパラレル西遊記 (Japanese)
Themes: demons
Objectionable content: None
Plot Summary: Nobita is trying to prove that the Monkey King exists so they went back to the time Sanzo began his pilgrimage. Doraemon used a virtual video game console and let Nobita play "Journey to The West" to give Nobita clothes that the Monkey King wears. Nobita messed up on prooving Monkey king exists. When Nobita and his friends played "Journey to The West" and they finished the game without fighting any demons. Later, they found out thier world is ruled by demons. The problem is that Doraemon left the game console open in the past without closing it and demons started to appear to invade the world. Doraemon and the others now have to go back into the past to vanquish the demons.
User Ratings: 15 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 3 votes (dub:1, raw:1, others:1
1 Spanish dubbed
 Excellent: 2 votes (sub:1, ?:1)
 Very good: 5 votes (?:3, raw:1, sub:1)
 Good: 3 votes (sub:1, raw:1, others:1
1 Cantonese dubbed
 Decent: 1 vote (raw:1)
 So-so: 1 vote (sub:1)
 Not really good: -
 Weak: -
 Bad: -
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 Worst ever: -
Seen in part or in whole by 65 users, rank: #5857 (of 9318)
Median rating: Very good
Arithmetic mean: 8.000 (Very good), std. dev.: 1.4142, rank: #563 (of 9421)
Weighted mean: 7.806 (Very good−), rank: #886 (of 9421) (seen all: 7.81)
Bayesian estimate: 7.649 (Very good−), rank: #959 (of 7096)
Running time: 90 minutes
Vintage: 1988-03-12
Premiere date:
1988-03-12 (Japan)
Release dates: We have 3
Ending Theme:
"Kimi ga Iru kara" by Mitsuko Horie and Koorogi '73
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Tsutomu Shibayama
Screenplay: Ryo Motohira
Original creator:
Hiroshi Fujimoto
Motoo Abiko (manga)
Original story: Cheng'en Wu
Art Director: Masamichi Takano
Animation Director: Sadayoshi Tominaga
Art design: Kōichi Kudō
Director of Photography: Masahiro Kumagai
Assistant Animation Director: Masami Otsuka
Assistant Unit Director: Minetarō Hirai
In-Between Check:
Shin'ichi Naitō
Tetsuo Hara
Layout: Toshiyuki Honda
Production Advancement:
Mamoru Nakamura
Yasushi Wada
Production Business: Tomito Ōkamida
Production Desk: Yoshihiko Ichikawa
Production manager: Toshihide Yamada
Recording Director:
Akira Ookuma
Yasuo Uragami
Sound Effects: Mitsuru Kashiwabara
Sound Engineer: Hisanori Ooshiro
Special Effects: Michiaki Doi
Special Effects Photography: Shingo Hara
Theme Song Arrangement: Norihiro Tsuru (ED)
Titles: Akira Michikawa
Nobuyo Oyama as Doraemon
Noriko Ohara as
Nobita Nobi

Hidekatsu Shibata as Ox King
Kaneta Kimotsuki as
Suneo Honekawa
Kazuya Tatekabe as Jyaian (Takeshi Gōda)
Keiko Yokozawa as Dorami
Masaru Ikeda as Tang Sanzang
Michiko Nomura as
Shizuka Minamoto
Sachiko Chijimatsu as Mama 
Sumiko Shirakawa as Dekisugi 
Yōko Kuri as Princess Iron Fan
Yuko Mizutani as Linlei (Red Boy)

Aruno Tahara as Spectre
Chong Hsui as Boy
Eriko Hara as
Princess Peach
Keiichi Nanba as Motohirakun
Masaru Ikeda as Sanzo 
Masayuki Katō as Nobisuke Nobi
Ryouichi Tanaka as Sensei
Sachiko Chijimatsu as Tamako Nobi
Seizo Katou as
Silver Horn
Sumiko Shirakawa as Hidetoshi Dekisugi
Takkou Ishimori as
Golden Horn
Toshio Ishii as Computer 
Toshiro Ishii as Hero Machine Computer
Yōko Kuri as Rashon 
Yuji Mitsuya as Time Machine
Yutaka Shimaka as Spectre
Japanese companies
Spanish cast
Spanish staff
Dubbing Director: Mayte Supervia (Catalan dub)
Eduard Itchart as Doraemon (Catalan dub)
Estívaliz Lizárraga as Doraemon (Spain dub)
Geni Rey as Nobita Nobi (Catalan dub)
Nuria Marín Picó as Nobita Nobi (Spain dub)

Alberto Escobal García as Takeshi Goda (Spain dub)
Antón Palomar as Suneo Honekawa (Spain dub)
Antonio Pujós as Sanzang (Catalan dub)
Jaume Aguiló as Linley (Catalan dub)
Josep Sobrevia as Takeshi Goda 'Gegant' (Catalan dub)
Noemi Bayarri as Suneo Honekawa (Catalan dub)
Olga Supervia as Shizuka Minamoto (Catalan dub)
Pilar Morales as Tie Shan (Catalan dub)
Sonia Torrecilla as Shizuka Minamoto (Spain dub)

Ana Begoña Eguileor as Linley (Spain dub)
Eba Ojanguren as Time Machine (Spain dub)
Fátima Casado as Videogame Princess (Spain dub)
Francesc Belda as
Professor (Catalan dub)
Rei Ox (Catalan dub)
Francesc Rocamora as Yin Jiao (Catalan dub)
Germán José as Motohira (Catalan dub)
Joaquin Casado as Nobisuke Nobi (Catalan dub)
Julia Chalmeta as Dorami (Catalan dub)
Mayte Supervia as Tamako Nobi (Catalan dub)
Mikel Gandía as Jin Jiao (Spain dub)
Miquel Bonet as Jin Jiao (Catalan dub)
Pilar Ferrero as
Eisai Dekisugi (Spain dub)
Tamako Nobi (Spain dub)
Rosa Romay as Dorami (Spain dub)
Txemi del Olmo as Sanzang (Spain dub)
Víctor Prieto as
Nobisuke Nobi (Spain dub)
Teacher (Spain dub)
Yolanda Gispert as Hidetoshi Dekisugi (Catalan dub)

Eva Ordeig (Catalan dub) 
Tatiana Supervia (Catalan dub)
Spanish companies
Licensed by: Luk Internacional (Spain)
Portuguese staff
Portuguese companies
ADR Production: Santa Claus Audiovisual (Portugal)
Portuguese cast

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