Posted by : Kieu Lan Chủ Nhật, 8 tháng 5, 2016

Up to the present time, this is the series Doraemon longest with 1787 files (over 1049 broadcast [5]) from April 2, 1979 to March 18, 2005, in which each episode lasts about 10 minutes. [6] the film manufactured by Asahi TV company in collaboration with Shogakukan Fujiko Productions and producer, has two separate parts to be broadcast. The series premiere was broadcast weekly from April 8, 1979 to March 18, 2005. Meanwhile, the daily reference series is only maintained from April 2, 1979 to September 23, 1981 with 617 episodes. Initially, the weekly series (aired on Sunday) just rebroadcasting a series of volumes in daily. After the series ended daily, weekly series has transformed the broadcast time slot and officially out of new episodes. In addition, some of the doraemons episode was also released, beginning with episode 2112: Doraemon was born in 1995. A number of other episodes was released along with Doraemon episodes in theaters or in the DVD set.

The opening of each broadcast is Doraemon No Uta music, Doraemon and Nobita flying on balloons and blow giant soap bubbles flying through Tokyo TV tower, pass under the bridge, to the crowd dandelion, then use bamboo spiraling thick clouds flying over to welcome the brilliant sun.


To March 25, 2005, the final episode was aired this stage. Television company TV Asahi announced the new seiyū voiced character Doraemon, they substitute for the voice actors have been working continuously for nearly 20 years earlier. In essence, this change is only a continuation of the process of film production. New series officially began broadcasting on April 15, 2005. It was produced at Studio Pierrot, aired on TV Asahi [7] with the cooperation of the company and Shogakukan Production Fujiko. So far, the series has more than 600 episodes, [8] which is episodic remake of the episode in the preceding series.

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