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Sometime during the early 2000s, Unbound Creative Inc. (then known as Phuuz Entertainment) licensed the 1979 ''Doraemon'' series through TV Asahi, in hopes of distributing it in the US. '''A pitch pilot''' was produced, but was never picked up by any network, most likely due to lack of interest.
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Sometime during the early 2000s, Unbound Creative Inc. (then known as Phuuz Entertainment) licensed the 1979 ''Doraemon'' series through TV Asahi, in hopes of distributing it in the US. '''A pitch pilot was produced''', but was never picked up by any network, most likely due to lack of interest.
  
Very little information is available about the pilot, although reference to it is made in the Phuuz producer Ken Duer's profile.<ref>[http://www.phuuz.com/bio-kenduer.php Ken Duer's profile, Phuuz Entertainment. Retrieved August 30, 2014.]</ref> Its existence can also be seen in a WebArchive copy of a page relating to the different productions that were dubbed.<ref>[http://web.archive.org/web/20090726002344/http://www.phuuz.com/projects.php Phuuz Entertainment's Projects page. Retrieved August 30, 2014.]</ref>
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Very little information is available about the pilot, although reference to it is made in the Phuuz producer Ken Duer's profile.<ref>[http://www.phuuz.com/bio-kenduer.php Ken Duer's profile, Phuuz Entertainment.] Retrieved 30 Aug '14</ref> Its existence can also be seen in a WebArchive copy of a page relating to the different productions that were dubbed.<ref>[http://web.archive.org/web/20090726002344/http://www.phuuz.com/projects.php Phuuz Entertainment's Projects page.] Retrieved 30 Aug '14</ref>
  
 
==MTV UK==
 
==MTV UK==
On October 22, 2017, a user named "Carpediemsnuts" posted onto the anime subreddit of Reddit a photo of a VHS tape with the Creative logo on it as well as a (misspelled) label identifying it as "DORAEMON THE FINISHED ITEM". The caption for the photo read "So my Dad once mentioned he'd voiced an anime in the 90's...I just found this."<ref>[https://www.reddit.com/r/anime/comments/7813d4/so_my_dad_once_mentioned_hed_voiced_an_anime_in/?utm_content=full_comments&utm_medium=user&utm_source=reddit&utm_name=frontpage The Reddit post by Carpediemsnuts. Retrieved October 24, 2017.]</ref> According to the user, his father, who had done previous work for MTV UK, was commissioned to voice Doraemon in the pilot. On October 24, 2017, the same user posted a 2 1/2 minute clip of the pilot onto their Twitter account.<ref>[https://twitter.com/CarpeDiemsNuts/status/922889842949787648 The clip on Twitter. Retrieved October 24, 2017.]</ref>
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On October 22nd, 2017, a user named "Carpediemsnuts" posted onto the anime subreddit of Reddit a photo of a VHS tape with the Creative logo on it as well as a (misspelled) label identifying it as "DORAEMON THE FINISHED ITEM". The caption for the photo read "So my Dad once mentioned he'd voiced an anime in the 90's...I just found this."<ref>[https://www.reddit.com/r/anime/comments/7813d4/so_my_dad_once_mentioned_hed_voiced_an_anime_in/?utm_content=full_comments&utm_medium=user&utm_source=reddit&utm_name=frontpage The Reddit post by Carpediemsnuts.] Retrieved 24 Oct '17</ref> According to the user, his father, who had done previous work for MTV UK, was commissioned to voice Doraemon in the pilot. On October 24th, 2017, the same user posted a 2 1/2 minute clip of the pilot onto their Twitter account.<ref>[https://twitter.com/CarpeDiemsNuts/status/922889842949787648 Carpediemsnuts Twitter post with the 2 1/2 minute clip.] Retrieved 24 Oct '17</ref>
  
 
'''The Phuuz one was commissioned by TV Asahi, and Phuuz is a company based in California while the found dub is clearly recorded in the UK and was commissioned by MTV UK. Also, the found one was made in the 1990s while the Phuuz one was made in the 2000s.'''
 
'''The Phuuz one was commissioned by TV Asahi, and Phuuz is a company based in California while the found dub is clearly recorded in the UK and was commissioned by MTV UK. Also, the found one was made in the 1990s while the Phuuz one was made in the 2000s.'''
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==See Also==
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There are multiple other ''Doraemon'' English dubs that are in various states of accessibility:
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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.
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*[[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.
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*[[Doraemon '05 (partially found British dub of anime series; 2015)|''Doraemon'' 2005 Alternate Dub]] - An alternate Hong Kong-produced dub of the 2005 anime series aired in the United Kingdom.
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*[[Stand by Me Doraemon (partially found Philippines English dub of anime movie; 2015)|''Stand By Me Doraemon'']] - The 2015 CG-animated ''Doraemon'' feature received two English dubs, one of which has limited distribution.
  
 
==References==
 
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==External Links==
 
*[https://drive.google.com/file/d/1UTy-ELMYJsUsAnaNI1SrvQPNDmYsw_Aa/view A clip from the MTV UK pilot.] Retrieved 22 Nov '17
 
  
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Latest revision as of 16:13, 24 February 2020

DoraemonPhuuzDub.png

Clip image.

Status: Partially Found

Sometime during the early 2000s, Unbound Creative Inc. (then known as Phuuz Entertainment) licensed the 1979 Doraemon series through TV Asahi, in hopes of distributing it in the US. A pitch pilot was produced, but was never picked up by any network, most likely due to lack of interest.

Very little information is available about the pilot, although reference to it is made in the Phuuz producer Ken Duer's profile.[1] Its existence can also be seen in a WebArchive copy of a page relating to the different productions that were dubbed.[2]

MTV UK

On October 22nd, 2017, a user named "Carpediemsnuts" posted onto the anime subreddit of Reddit a photo of a VHS tape with the Creative logo on it as well as a (misspelled) label identifying it as "DORAEMON THE FINISHED ITEM". The caption for the photo read "So my Dad once mentioned he'd voiced an anime in the 90's...I just found this."[3] According to the user, his father, who had done previous work for MTV UK, was commissioned to voice Doraemon in the pilot. On October 24th, 2017, the same user posted a 2 1/2 minute clip of the pilot onto their Twitter account.[4]

The Phuuz one was commissioned by TV Asahi, and Phuuz is a company based in California while the found dub is clearly recorded in the UK and was commissioned by MTV UK. Also, the found one was made in the 1990s while the Phuuz one was made in the 2000s.

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.
  • Doraemon 2005 Alternate Dub - An alternate Hong Kong-produced dub of the 2005 anime series aired in the United Kingdom.
  • Stand By Me Doraemon - The 2015 CG-animated Doraemon feature received two English dubs, one of which has limited distribution.

References