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Eiga Doraemon: Nobita no Kaitei Kiganjō
ドラえもん のび太の海底鬼岩城
"Doraemon: Nobita and the Castle of the Undersea Devil"
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WrittenFujiko F. Fujio
Motoo Abiko
Original ReleaseMarch 12, 1983 (Japan)
DirectorTsutomu Shibayama
ProducedSoichi Besso
Tetsuo Kanno
Art DirectorGoichi Kudo
Art DesignShôhei Kawamoto
Animation DirectorSadayoshi Tominaga
SongsBoku Doraemon (opening theme)
DistributedToho
StudioShin Ei Animation
Shaft
Studio Deen
Running Time95 minutes
CountryJapan
Box office¥1.00 billion

($8.1 million)

Doraemon: Nobita's Monstrous Underwater Castle(のび太の海底鬼岩城) is the 4th installment of the Doraemon feature films. It was released in March 12, 1983. The film is based on the Western myth of Atlantis, the lost city.

PlotEdit

The plot revolves around a summer vacation of Nobita and his friends under the waters of the Pacific Ocean. Jaian and Suneo take Doraemon's underwater vehicle and travel through the Atlantic Ocean, trying to find a treasure ship. Along the way, they discover that the environment gun that Doraemon used to protect them is running out of energy leaving them vulnerable to the sea. Fortunately, they are rescued by some marine creatures. Doraemon and his friends are later captured by these creatures, revealed to be inhabinats of the underwater kingdom of Mu. It is revealed that another undersea kingdom, Atlantis, now controlled by robots, was about to destroy the Earth with nuclear weapons after mistaking a volcano eruption for an invasion. With the help of a young boy from Mu, Nobita and his friends attempt to stop the robots, but are all captured. However, when things are at their grimmest, Doraemon's robotic underwater vehicle sacrifices itself to destroy the computer that controlled all the robots and nuclear weapons. After returning to Mu, Doraemon and his friends are hailed as heroes.

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Differences from the mangaEdit

  • In the manga, Eru has black hair opposes to the movie which he has blonde hair.

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