Dokkiri Doctor

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Dokkiri Doctor
Dokkiri Doctor.jpg
Promotional image for the Dokkiri Doctor anime series
どっきりドクター
(Dokkiri Dokutā)
GenreComedy[1]
Manga
Written byFujihiko Hosono
Published byShogakukan
DemographicShōnen
ImprintShōnen Sunday Comics
MagazineWeekly Shōnen Sunday
Original runMarch 18, 1981February 3, 1982
Volumes4 (List of volumes)
Anime television series
Directed byKazunori Mizuno
Written bySatoru Nishizono
Music byHiromoto Tobisawa
StudioPierrot
Original networkFuji TV
Original run 21 October 1998 23 June 1999
Episodes27
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Dokkiri Doctor (どっきりドクター, Dokkiri Dokutā), also known as Startling Doctor or Dr. Dokkiri, is a manga series by Fujihiko Hosono, serialized from 1981 to 1982 in Weekly Shōnen Sunday. It was later adapted into a 27-episode anime television series by Pierrot, originally broadcast on Fuji TV from October 1998 to June 1999. It was later translated and broadcast in Taiwan, Hong Kong, South-East Asia, South Asia, and other regions, by the Animax television network.

Story[edit]

Dokkiri Doctor chronicles events in the life of Dr. Haruka Nishikikōji, a humorous overweight school doctor who manages his school's clinic and health center, a medieval castle–like complex situated on the school's rooftop, and the crazy and unique inventions he conjures to impress his childhood friend and pretty nurse, Miyuki Koizumi, and to assist his students, but which often lead to a large amount of highly embarrassing and funny situations and adventures for the doctor, Miyuki and the students and the teachers of his school.

Characters[edit]

Dr. Haruka Nishikikōji (錦小路はるか, Nishikikōji Haruka)
Voiced by: Kōichi Yamadera (Japanese); Russell Wait (English)
A humorous, overweight and endearing school doctor who has made it his mission in life to assist his students in any way he can. Secretly in love with his childhood friend and pretty nurse, Miyuki, Dr. Haruka conjures up unique but crazy inventions meant to help his students and impress Miyuki but which often lead to humorous, funny and very embarrassing situations for the doctor, Miyuki and the students and teachers of his school. Managing a medieval castle-like clinic and health center, Dr. Haruka has often tried to express his feelings for Miyuki, but is thwarted by both his shyness and the consequences of his crazy inventions. In episode 10 of the anime series, Dr. Haruka's weight was measured by his saliva detector (an invention which could deduce the height and weight of a person by detecting his saliva, which he created to search the school for a phantom food thief (later found to be a hungry germ) to be 105 kg.
Miyuki Koizumi (小泉みゆき, Koizumi Miyuki)
Voiced by: Hōko Kuwashima (Japanese); Andrea Kwan (English)
A childhood friend of Dr. Haruka and the pretty nurse of the school's clinic and health center. When the doctor's inventions go wrong, as is often the case, Miyuki often helps Dr. Haruka fix and correct their unsatisfactory consequences. She is highly skilled in martial arts, often winning several competitions.
Mayumi Koizumi (小泉真由美, Koizumi Mayumi)
Voiced by: Ritsuko Kasai
Miyuki's younger sister, and a student at the school.
Yukihiro Hongō (本郷ユキヒロ, Hongō Yukihiro)
Voiced by: Shizuka Ishikawa
A student of the school and Mayumi's classmate, with whom he has a crush.
Hajime Mizukoshi (水越一, Mizukoshi Hajime)
Voiced by: Shigeru Chiba
One of the male teachers at the school. A sly person who is often an unwilling victim of Dr. Haruka's inventions, he is a close confidante of the vice principal, with whom he often unites to find ways of getting Dr. Haruka fired from the school.
Rokoro Shibuya (渋谷禄郎, Shibuya Rokoro),
Voiced by: Kenichi Ogata
The vice principal of the school and is a collector of ancient antique artifacts, many of which face the brunt of the embarrassing consequences of Dr. Haruka's crazy inventions. His favorite bakers are Nanahoshu, as detailed in episode 10.
Tamotsu Abe (阿部保, Abe Tamotsu),
Voiced by: Kentarō Itō
The muscular and strong male teacher at the school who isn't afraid of exposing his muscular body. Actually, He often tries unsuccessfully to woo Miyuki.
Hideko Ikeda (池田秀子, Ikeda Hideko)
Voiced by: Ayako Kawasumi
A female teacher at the school. A delicate person, she often faints when faced with the shocking situations that often occur due to Dr. Haruka's inventions.
Kaori Tajima (田島かおり, Tajima Kaori)
Voiced by: Kurumi Mamiya
A little girl who is a student at the school who is often helped by the kind and lovable doctor. She has a crush on her friend Gen.
Gen Genda (玄田ゲン, Genda Gen)
Voiced by: Makoto Tsumura
A little boy who is a student at the school and a friend of Kaori. He is also quite popular with his female classmates.
Yoshiko Shinagawa (品川良子, Shinagawa Yoshiko)
Voiced by: Yoshiko Okamoto
The school's principal.
Tai (タイ), Shoku (ショク), Kin (キン)
The hungry germs, Tai, Shoku and Kin, were a group of germs created by Dr. Haruka.

Media[edit]

Manga[edit]

Dokkiri Doctor is written and illustrated by Fujihiko Hosono. The series was published in Shogakukan's Weekly Shōnen Sunday between March 18, 1981 to February 3, 1982.[2] The manga was compiled into four tankōbon volumes published by Shogakukan between October 19, 1981 and April 19, 1982.

Volume list[edit]

No.Release date ISBN
1 October 19, 1981[3]ISBN 4-09-120621-2
2 January 20, 1982[4]ISBN 4-09-120622-0
3 March 19, 1982[5]ISBN 4-09-120623-9
4 April 19, 1982[6]ISBN 4-09-120624-7

Anime[edit]

A 27-episodes anime television series adaptation produced by Pierrot and SPE Visual Works aired on Fuji TV between October 21, 1998 and June 23, 1999.[7] The opening theme for the anime series is Nenai Nenai Nenai (ねない ねない ねない), performed by The Castanets. For the first 19 episodes (episodes 1-19), the ending theme was I Wish by Electric Combat, and the ending theme used for the last ten episodes (episodes 20-26) was Make it Somehow by LUKA.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "DOCTOR DOKKIRI". Pierrot. Retrieved May 4, 2019.
  2. ^ 週刊少年サンデー どっきりドクター(細野不二彦). Media Arts Database (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved May 4, 2018.
  3. ^ どっきりドクター 1. Sunday Web Every (in Japanese). Shogakukan. Archived from the original on May 4, 2019. Retrieved July 29, 2018.
  4. ^ どっきりドクター 2. Sunday Web Every (in Japanese). Shogakukan. Archived from the original on May 4, 2019. Retrieved July 29, 2018.
  5. ^ どっきりドクター 3. Sunday Web Every (in Japanese). Shogakukan. Archived from the original on May 4, 2019. Retrieved July 29, 2018.
  6. ^ どっきりドクター 4. Sunday Web Every (in Japanese). Shogakukan. Archived from the original on May 4, 2019. Retrieved July 29, 2018.
  7. ^ どっきりドクター (in Japanese). Pierrot. Retrieved May 4, 2019.

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