Nobita protected a dinosaur from hunters from the future who wanted to kill it and sent it to the past. Because of an error, Nobita and his friends came back to the past by the time machine and moved the dinosaur from North America to Japan. There, they met the hunters and ran away. However, the dinosaur with Nobita and his friends was caught. The Tyrannosaurus and universe-police helped them and gave the dinosaur freedom and let it roam in nature. Nobita and his friends come back to the 20th century.
The Record of Nobita: Spaceblazer(のび太の宇宙開拓史,Nobita no Uchū Kaitakushi) is a 1981 animated film based on the popular manga and anime series, Doraemon. It was released in 1981. The movie was released in Japan 14 March 1981. In 2009 the movie was remade.
The plot revolves around a summer vacation of Nobita and his friends under the waters of Pacific Ocean. Jaian and Suneo take Doraemon's underwater vehicle and travel through the Atlantic Ocean, trying to find a treasure ship. Along the way, they discover that the environment gun that Doraemon used to protect them is running out of energy leaving them vulnerable to the sea. Fortunately, they are rescued by some marine creatures. Doraemon and his friends are later captured by these creatures, revealed to be inhabinats of the underwater kingdom of Mu. It is revealed that another undersea kingdom, Atlantis, now controlled by robots, was about to destroy the Earth with nuclear weapons after mistaking a volcano eruption for an invasion. With the help of a young boy from Mu, Nobita and his friends attempt to stop the robots, but are all captured. However, when things are at their grimmest, Doraemon's robotic underwater vehicle sacrifices itself to destroy the computer that controlled all the robots and nuclear weapons. After returning to Mu, Doraemon and his friends are hailed as heroes.
Nobita requests of Doraemon the Moshimo-box and wishes for the world to become a place where the use of magic is possible. Witchcraft replaces science and technology and everyone makes use of it on their daily lives, except for Nobita, who, like usual, isn't very good at conjuring spells. Frustrated, he plans on returning things to their past state, but his mother threw the Moshimo-box away.
One day, Doraemon and his friends meet Professor Mangetsu (満月先生?), who studies magic and magical beings such as goblins, and his daughter Miyoko (美夜子), and are warned of the dangerous approximation of the "star of the Underworld" to the Earth's orbit.
With the future of the planet at stake, the group must travel to the Underworld and pierce the heart of the Underworld King with a silver dart, as detailed in the ancient texts of "The Chronicles of the Underworld". Their attempts are, however, thwarted and Miyoko captured.
Doraemon and his friends then decided to use the Time Machine to return to the past and, using Dorami's Moshimo-box, they manage to restore the Earth. The events on the Underworld continue, however, to take place in a Parallel Universe, where Miyoko is still captive. As a result, the group is once again forced to travel to the Underworld and defeat its tyrannical ruler once and for all.
Doraemon: Nobita and the Steel Troops (ドラえもん のび太と鉄人兵団, Doraemon: Nobita to Tetsujin Heidan) is a Doraemon feature film released in 1986. The original plot was written by Fujiko F. Fujio. Alternate titles include The Platoon of Iron Men, or The Robot Army. The film is a homage to many anime series featuring giant robots or "mecha", most notably Gundam, Mazinger, and Voltron.
Jealous of Suneo's new robot toy, Nobita asks Doraemon to build him an even better one. The robot cat decides open a portal to a mirror world to fulfill the boy's request. After gathering robot parts that fall from the sky, the giant robot, Zanda Claus, is soon completed. The duo soon learn that the robot is not a mere toy, but a powerful weapon in the fight against the coming Robot Army that is going to attack Earth and enslave the human inhabitants of it. An invasion is near, and it is up to the mysterious girl Riruru (リルル, Riruru, Alternative spelling: Lilulu, Lillele [Doko Demo Doa Scanlations]) to prevent it.
Doraemon: Nobita and the Birth of Japan (ドラえもん: のび太の日本誕生, Doraemon: Nobita no Nihon Tanjō) is the tenth Doraemon film, which was released in 1989.
Nobita wants to run away from his home, as depicted many times in various episodes. As a result of failing to find an ideal home, Nobita decides to make a makeshift place to live. However, he still cannot find a place to live due to land property ownership laws. At the same time, Shizuka, Gaian, Suneo and even Doraemon want to run away from their homes. Then Nobita suggests that they should go back in time to live in a place with very few humans. Thus, they return to the past Japan, which is 70000 years back from then. They witness the founding of Japan.
A mysterious boy from the past accidentally gets sucked to Nobita's era and place, causing a complicated array of problems.
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Doraemon: Nobita Drifts in the Universe (ドラえもん のび太の宇宙漂流記, Doraemon: Nobita no Uchū Hyōryūki) is the second Doraemon movie released after Fujiko Fujio's departure. This is the third movie solely produced by Fujiko Production following Nobita's parallel "Journey to the West" (1988) and Nobita's South Sea Adventure. This movie commemorates the 20th anniversary of Doraemon Movie.
The story has some similarities to the Star Wars original trilogy. It's about Doraemon and friends finding themselves in an interstellar war where an army (based on the Galactic Empire) is trying to take over Earth. Of course, our heroes joins another army (based on the Rebel Alliance) to stop the antagonists.
Nobita and the Robot Kingdom (のび太とロボット王国, Nobita to robotto kingudamu) is a feature-length Doraemon film which premiered on March 9, 2002.
Doraemon and friends travels into another world via the time machine; where humans and robots are living together. However they soon find out that the Empress of Robot Kingdom was trying to capture robots there and turn them emotionless. As the situation goes tense, our heroes sets out to stop the Empress and her plan.
Doraemon: Nobita in the Wan-Nyan Spacetime Odyssey (ドラえもん のび太のワンニャン時空伝, Doraemon: Nobita no Wan Nyan Jikūden ) is a 2004 Japanese animated film based on the big Japanese franchise of Doraemon. The film also marks the 25th anniversary of the Doraemon television series on TV Asahi and the 25th Doraemon feature film. It's also the last Doraemon film to be a counterpart of the 1979 Doraemon anime and include the original cast from it.
One day, Nobita finds a stray dog drowning in a river while playing by the river side. Feeling sorry for the dog, he decides to take it home by hiding it in a "kennel on the wall" and names it Ichi (originated from "One", which sounds similar to "wan", the sound a dog makes according to the Japanese language), and secretly feeds it and plays with Ichi with his Kendama to find. Soon after, he also adopts a stray cat named Zubu (or wet in Japanese, due to the discovery of it in a rainstorm)... and many other stray cats and dogs. With so many stray cats and dogs, Nobita, along with his friends, decide to send them back in time, 300 million years ago, where there was no other living beings around. After using the Ray of Evolution to allow them to operate a food-making machine, they depart, with a promise to return to the present.
Will Nobita finally reunite with Ichi, as he promised? More over, what's with Hachi, a dog who resembles Ichi greatly? The 300 million years of time and space adventure begins.
Suneo shows everyone a fossil of a dinosaur claw and Nobita is angry that he doesn't get a look. Nobita claims that he will be able to find a living dinosaur. Panicing, Nobita researches on dinosaurs and starts digging in a hill. But then, a landlord shouts at him and makes him dig a hole in the ground. Nobita unearths a ball of soil, shaped like an egg. Using time wrap, he returns the soil into its former form and plans to hatch the egg. A dinosaur with a long neck comes out, and Nobita decides to name the dinosaur Piisuke. Suneo and Gian look for him but because Piisuke is too small, Nobita doesn't show them and instead makes a deal with them. If he cannot show them a real dinosaur, he would have to eat spaghetti through his nose.
Piisuke grows too big and has to retire to a lake. He is seen and before Nobita has a chance to show Gian and Suneo, he is forced to take Pisuke back to his home. Gian and Suneo chase after Nobita and even Shizuka doesn't believe him. Angry, he begs Doraemon to show Piisuke to them and realize that the dinosaur is in danger, as they brought him to the wrong place. They run to the time machine to fetch him. The time machine breaks and so, they use the copter to travel, day and night. Then, they are cornered by dinosaur hunters from the future, who want to take Piisuke from him. They say they will consider it and during the night, they make clay figures of themselves, put into clay cars controlled by a remote. The next day, their plan is discovered, Shizuka, Gian and Suneo are captured. Doraemon and Nobita rush to save them and all five have to face being eaten by a ferocious Tyrannosaurus Rex. As he nears, they realize that this was one of the tame dinosaurs and chase the hunters with the dinosaur. Shizuka, Suneo and Gian run into police, who put the dinosaur hunters in prison. Pisuke is taken to his home and all five of them go home.
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Doraemon: Nobita's New Great Adventure into the Underworld - The Seven Magic Users(ドラえもん のび太の新魔界大冒険 〜7人の魔法使い〜,Doraemon: Nobita no Shin Makai Daibōken ~Shichinin no Mahō Tsukai~), also advertised as Doraemon the Magic 2007, is the 27th film in the Doraemon franchise. It is a retelling of the 1984 film Doraemon: Nobita's Great Adventure into the Underworld. (The magic Planet)
Doraemon The Future 2008, or fully known as Nobita and the Green Giant Legend (Eiga Doraemon Nobita to Midori no Kyojinden, 映画 ドラえもん のび太と緑の巨人伝 Eiga Doraemon Nobita To Midori No Kyojinden), is an anime film that was released in Japan on 8 March 2008.
The story is based on the story in volume 26 "Forest is living" and in volume 33 "Goodbye Ki-bō". This movie is not a remake, however, Ki-bō has appeared already in the 1992 film, "Nobita and the Kingdom of Clouds". The name Ki-bō comes from the words "Ki" (木) meaning tree, and "Bō" (坊) meaning boy. The word Ki-bō also comes from the word "Kibō" ( 望), which means hope.
The catch phrase of this movie is "僕らの希望が未来を動かす" (our hope moves the future), which Ki-bō's name can be referred to. Voices of Roku-chan and Moya-kun were done by anonymous children who were chosen.
The film was illustrated as manga on the February and March edition of CoroCoro Comic. Then it was released as the 25th film tankōbon, which may be bought at the theater. As the 4th "Sega=Doraemon" project, an action-adventure game was also released on 6 February 2008 entitled, Doraemon Nobita to Midori no Kyojinden DS (ドラえもん のび太と緑の巨人伝).
Seven years ago, Lopplc and Morina were playing at a park. Suddenly they felt an earthquake on the Koya Koya Planet. The quake was so massive that the planet was destroyed. Everyone had to escape using a giant ship. A sudden bolt of lightning damaged the ship, causing a power failure. The Professor (who was Morina's father) wanted to fix the spaceship, but another lightning strike killed him.
Meanwhile Nobita's friends get him to retrieve a ball from a group of tough baseball players. But they chase him and drop him down a manhole.
Two alternate universe creatures, Lopplc and Chammy, are escaping from an enemy ship. While Nobita is sleeping, he suddenly feels the floor is trembling, like an earthquake.
A little rabbit from the alternate universe named Chammy opens the door between the dimensions using a hammer. Nobita wakes up and Doraemon hears somebody steal food from the fridge. Chammy is caught by Doraemon and Nobita. She shows them the passageway through Nobita's floor into the spaceship. After they enter the spaceship, they see Koya Koya Planet, and meet Lopplc (12 years old).
When Nobita feels like diving in his hometown, Doraemon uses a Underwater Pump Simulator (架空水面シミュレーター・ポンプ) to pump all the water out of Tokyo, causing the entire city to go underwater. That night, Doraemon and Nobita use a Diving Mask Simulator to dive underwater. Later on, lots of fish, and a shark attack Doraemon and Nobita. So, Doraemon puts a stop on the Underwater Pump Simulator, but there is a girl named Sophia, lying down on the bushes in his neighborhood.