Mei Tantei Nobita!!Mei Tantei Nobita!! (2004) Season 26 Episode 26-026- Doraemon Anime Episode Guide by Dave Koch
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- Shin-Ei Animation, Studio Take, Studio Joke, NTV Animation, Shogakukan
- Animated Characters: Nobita Nobi, Doraemon, Shizuka Minamoto, Takeshi "Gian" Goda, Suneo Honekawa, Dorami, Nobisuke Nobi, Tamako Nobi.
- First Aired in 2004.
- Episode Number: 26-026
- Running Time: 26 minutes.
- Season: 26
Cartoon Production Information:
Although this series often has been credited to the Fujiko-Fujio design duo, it actually was created solely by Hiroshi "Fujiko" Fujimoto.
An ongoing series, "Doraemon" is expected to have more than 2,000 episodes by the end of 2004.
Other series included 617 10-minute episodes and more than 900 25-minute episodes.
"Doraemon" movies, lasting about 90 minutes each, have been issued regularly during the Japanese spring break. These started with "Nobita's Dinosaur" (1980) and were followed by "Nobita the Space Colonist," "Nobita's Magic Tower," "Nobita's Undersea Fortress," "Nobita Goes to Hell," "Nobita's Little Star Wars" and "Nobita and the Iron Warrior" (1986).
Later movies included "Nobita's Parrallel Journey to the West" (1988), "Nobita at the Birth of Japan," "Nobita's Animal Planet," "Nobita's Dorabian Nights," "Nobita in Snow Country," "Nobita's Tin-Plate Labyrinth" and "Nobita's Fantastic Three Musketeers."
A 1995 film, "The Birth of Doraemon," traced the series' origins. A new series of films followed: "Nobita's Galctic Express, "Nobita's Clockwork City," "Nobita's South Sea Adventure" (which set a Japanese box-office record for animated films), "Nobita Gets Lost in Space," "Nobita and the Legend of the Sun King" and "Nobita's Winged Heroes."
Dozens of Doraemon TV specials have appeared through the years. Many have been combined with other specials to create additional "movies": "It's New Year!", "It's Summer!", "It's Autumn!", "It's Winter!", "It's Spring!", "Summer Holiday," "Doraemon Meets Hattori the Ninja," "Featherplane," "What Am I for Momotaro?", "Come Back Doraemon," "Doraemon and Itchy the Stray," "Doraemon's Time Capsula for 2001" and "Treasure of Shinugami Mountain."
Doraemon's "little sister" from the future, Dorami-chan, was featured in several short films, starting with "Dorami-chan: Mini-Dora SOS" (1981).
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