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'''''Stand by Me Doraemon''''' is a Japanese 3D computer animated film based on the ''Doraemon'' series released in Japan on August 4, 2014. It includes multiple short stories, from the first time Doraemon came to Nobita's house to Doraemon bidding farewell to Nobita.
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'''''Stand by Me Doraemon''''' is a Japanese 3D computer animated film based on the ''Doraemon'' series released in Japan on August 4th, 2014. It includes multiple short stories, from the first time Doraemon came to Nobita's house to Doraemon bidding farewell to Nobita.
  
An English dub of '''''Stand by Me Doraemon''''' was shown in cinemas in the Philippines from June 17, 2015, on, different from the released Bang Zoom! Entertainment English dub. The movie was distributed by Multivision Pictures Entertainment and VIVA International Pictures.<ref>https://animephproject.com/2015/06/03/stand-by-me-doraemon-movie-premieres-in-local-cinemas-on-june-17/</ref><ref>http://www.animepilipinas.com/2015/05/29/stand-by-me-doraemon-movie-set-to-premiere-in-philippine-cinemas-this-june-17/</ref>
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An English dub of '''''Stand by Me Doraemon''''' was shown in cinemas in the Philippines from June 17th, 2015, on, different from the released Bang Zoom! Entertainment English dub. The movie was distributed by Multivision Pictures Entertainment and VIVA International Pictures.<ref>[http://www.animepilipinas.com/2015/05/29/stand-by-me-doraemon-movie-set-to-premiere-in-philippine-cinemas-this-june-17/ An Anime Pilipinas article on the English release of ''Stand by Me Doraemon''.] Retrieved 13 Dec '16</ref>
  
 
==Trailer==
 
==Trailer==
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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:
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==External Link==
 
==External Link==
[https://www.facebook.com/SMCinema/videos/10153034516646859/ Another trailer for the dub of the animated movie.]  
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*[https://www.facebook.com/SMCinema/videos/10153034516646859/ Another trailer for the dub of the animated movie.]  
  
 
==References==
 
==References==

Revision as of 17:54, 12 May 2019

Stand By me.jpg

The logo for the film.

Status: Partially Found

Stand by Me Doraemon is a Japanese 3D computer animated film based on the Doraemon series released in Japan on August 4th, 2014. It includes multiple short stories, from the first time Doraemon came to Nobita's house to Doraemon bidding farewell to Nobita.

An English dub of Stand by Me Doraemon was shown in cinemas in the Philippines from June 17th, 2015, on, different from the released Bang Zoom! Entertainment English dub. The movie was distributed by Multivision Pictures Entertainment and VIVA International Pictures.[1]

Trailer

The trailer for the film.

See Also

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

  • 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.
  • Albert and Sydney - The 1979 anime received a Barbados-exclusive English dub that's been completely lost.
  • 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.
  • Doraemon 2005 Alternate Dub - An alternate Hong Kong-produced dub of the 2005 anime series aired in the United Kingdom.

External Link

References