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A dub of '''Doraemon (2005)''' was commissioned by LUK Internacional and began airing on Boomerang UK on August 17, 2015. The dub was removed in October but later returned to the channel briefly from December 2015 to January 2016. Unlike the American dub, the alternate English dub is more faithful to the Japanese version and only has minor edits, such as using the name changes from the American dub. The dub was produced in Hong Kong by Red Angel Media; the same company produced [[Shin Chan (LUK Internacional adaption, 2015)|a dub of Crayon Shin-chan]].<ref>https://www.fso-createhk.gov.hk/en/production_search_result.php?pageno=2&Content1=Dubbing</ref> World Worm Studios composer Gary Gibbons was the Musical Director, Producer and English Director for the theme song.<ref>http://www.worldwormstudios.com/news.php</ref>
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A dub of '''Doraemon (2005)''' was commissioned by LUK Internacional and began airing on Boomerang UK on August 17th, 2015. The dub was removed in October but later returned to the channel briefly from December 2015 to January 2016. Unlike the American dub, the alternate English dub is more faithful to the Japanese version and only has minor edits, such as using the name changes from the American dub. The dub was produced in Hong Kong by Red Angel Media; the same company produced [[Shin Chan (LUK Internacional adaption, 2015)|a dub of Crayon Shin-chan]].<ref>https://www.fso-createhk.gov.hk/en/production_search_result.php?pageno=2&Content1=Dubbing</ref> World Worm Studios composer Gary Gibbons was the Musical Director, Producer and English Director for the theme song.<ref>http://www.worldwormstudios.com/news.php</ref>
  
 
==Found Episodes and Segments==
 
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==See Also==
 
==See Also==
 
There are multiple other ''Doraemon'' English dubs that are in various states of accessibility:
 
There are multiple other ''Doraemon'' English dubs that are in various states of accessibility:
*[[Doraemon '79 - SuperStation WTBS version (unaired English dub of anime series; 1985)|1985 SuperStation Dub]] - One of the first attempts to bring ''Doraemon'' to the English world was an unreleased dub created for Turner's SuperStation WTBS.
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*[[The Adventures of Albert and Sidney (partially found English dub of "Doraemon" anime series; late 1980s-early 1990s)|''The Adventures of Albert and Sidney'']] - The Canadian-based company Cinar produced an English dub of the 1979 anime originally intended for U.S. channel TBS, but this dub ended up airing only in Barbados.
*[[Albert and Sydney (lost Barbados English dub of "Doraemon" anime series; late 1980s-early 1990s)|''Albert and Sydney'']] - The 1979 anime received a Barbados-exclusive English dub that's been completely lost.
 
 
*[[Doraemon (partially found Asian English dubs of anime series; late 1990s-early 2000s)|Asian Dubs]] - Throughout the years, various English ''Doraemon'' dubs have been produced in Malaysia and Singapore.
 
*[[Doraemon (partially found Asian English dubs of anime series; late 1990s-early 2000s)|Asian Dubs]] - Throughout the years, various English ''Doraemon'' dubs have been produced in Malaysia and Singapore.
 
*[[Doraemon '79 (partially found Phuuz English dub pilot of anime; early 2000s)|Phuuz Entertainment Pilot]] - The U.S.-based company Phuuz Entertainment produced an English pilot dub of the 1979 ''Doraemon'' anime in the early 2000s.
 
*[[Doraemon '79 (partially found Phuuz English dub pilot of anime; early 2000s)|Phuuz Entertainment Pilot]] - The U.S.-based company Phuuz Entertainment produced an English pilot dub of the 1979 ''Doraemon'' anime in the early 2000s.
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Promo for the dub on Boomerang UK.

Status: Partially Found

A dub of Doraemon (2005) was commissioned by LUK Internacional and began airing on Boomerang UK on August 17th, 2015. The dub was removed in October but later returned to the channel briefly from December 2015 to January 2016. Unlike the American dub, the alternate English dub is more faithful to the Japanese version and only has minor edits, such as using the name changes from the American dub. The dub was produced in Hong Kong by Red Angel Media; the same company produced a dub of Crayon Shin-chan.[1] World Worm Studios composer Gary Gibbons was the Musical Director, Producer and English Director for the theme song.[2]

Found Episodes and Segments

A promo for Doraemon'05 in December 2015 for Boomerang UK.
A teaser promo for Doraemon'05 for Boomerang UK.
A promo for Doraemon'05 for Boomerang UK.
A segment called The Dandelion that Flew Away In the Sky!
A segment called Very, Very Strange Umbrellas.
A segment called Noby, Li’l G’s Boyfriend.
The Switching Rope.
Antique Wars & The Change of Clothes Camera.
Noby Can’t Find His Way Home & The Guiding Angel.
Shadow Hunting & The Memory Bread] (4:3, good quality).
Doraemon’s Prediction & The Girl Who is Pure Like a Madonna Lily.

See Also

There are multiple other Doraemon English dubs that are in various states of accessibility:

  • The Adventures of Albert and Sidney - The Canadian-based company Cinar produced an English dub of the 1979 anime originally intended for U.S. channel TBS, but this dub ended up airing only in Barbados.
  • Asian Dubs - Throughout the years, various English Doraemon dubs have been produced in Malaysia and Singapore.
  • Phuuz Entertainment Pilot - The U.S.-based company Phuuz Entertainment produced an English pilot dub of the 1979 Doraemon anime in the early 2000s.
  • Stand By Me Doraemon - The 2015 CG-animated Doraemon feature received two English dubs, one of which has limited distribution.

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