Doraemon: Nobita's Three Visionary Swordsmen

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Doraemon the Movie: Nobita's Three Visionary Swordsmen
Nobita and Fantastic Three Musketeers.jpg
Theatrical Release Poster
Directed byTsutomu Shibayama
Written byFujiko F. Fujio
StarringNobuyo Ōyama
Noriko Ohara
Narrated byYousuke Akimoto
Music byShunsuke Kikuchi
Production
company
Distributed byToho
Release date
  • 12 March 1994 (1994-03-12) (Japan)
Running time
99 minutes
CountryJapan
LanguageJapanese
Box office¥1.35 billion[1]
($13.1 million)

Doraemon: Nobita's Three Visionary Swordsmen[2] (ドラえもん のび太と夢幻三剣士, Doraemon Nobita to Mugen Sankenshi) is a feature-length Japanese animated film which premiered in Japan on March 12, 1994. This film marks the 15th anniversary of the Doraemon television series on TV Asahi. It's the 15th Doraemon film.

Plot[edit]

Tired of constantly having nightmares, Nobita ask for Doraemon to bring a Dream Machine which would allow Nobita to dream of anything he wants. After an attempt to have a dream about the fall of Atlantis fails, he chooses a dream where he is in a fantasy world with an inspiration from The Three Musketeers.Doraemon disagrees and gives him a lecture which makes Nobita angry and he runs away from home.Doraemon searches him and promises him to let him watch the dream of The Three Musketeers. Doraemon sends him to the dream. At the start of the dream he meets a fairy who brings him to a city in the Kingdom of Yumirume under the attack of Emperor Odrome's army. Enemies start firing at Nobita, only to be saved by the fairy. She cuts off the piece of moon, causing Nobita to blow away. When he gets up he finds himself at the forest and one of the Sherogani swordsman namely Suneo makes him his slave.

On the way, Nobita helps the baby bear to get out of trap. While moving through the jungle Nobita is attacked by another swordsman Gian. In order to save him Suneo fights with Gian, which he loses and he and Nobita have to retreat. Both of the swordsman move to the inner forest in order to find the Sherogani sword and suit. Both swordsman climb over the sky-touching tree to get the sword but Nobita luckily finds the blasted moon and with its help, he reaches to the top of tree and gets the sword. In this way he becomes another swordsman. At the same time Nobita's mother comes and wakes him. In the school, he found that due to the dream Gian and Suneo are tired.

At night Nobita asks Doraemon to add his friends to his dream. So he puts an antenna to the heads of his sleeping friends. When the dream starts, Nobita get shocked to see Doraemon in his dream too.Now Gian and Suneo also become a part of his dream. All the friends moves in forest in order to save the attacked city. Abruptly, they got attacked by a bear, only to be saved by the baby bear who tells the bear that Nobita saved him from the trap. The bear promised the group to take them to cave of dragon.

On the other hand, princess Shizuka disagrees with her father's idea to marry the person who will defeat the evil king. She runs away from the castle, rides over the break which takes her away.

In the forest, the bear leads the group to the cave to dragon, but due to the stream of water Nobita and Doraemon get separated from the other two. Gian and Suneo continue to move. Suddenly the dragon appears and turn them into stones with his fire-breath.

Nobita and Doraemon meet with Shizuka. All of them got covered in sand due to falling of sand.Doraemon suggests that in this form dragon can not identify them. So they move to inner cave of the dragon. Nobita screamed to see Gian and Suneo in stoned form. Dragon hears it and attack Nobita with his fire, but he protect himself with his sword. He cuts the dragon's mustaches with the sword, causing the dragon to faint. When he was at the verge of finishing the dragon, he stops and gets away. All of them agree with Nobita. Dragon regains conscious, he tells Nobita that he does not want to turn any one to stone, he just wants to protect himself. He lets them bath in his perspiration which will grant him one more time to live. He also turns Gian and Suneo into normal humans.

Then they move toward the attacked city. The city was empty. They found the army men at the castle. All of them plan to destroy the enemy's army by water as they were made of sand. So all of the army men got dissolved in water. The evil king gets furious at that.He decides to fight with Nobita himself. So he finishes Nobita one time. The other time he tries to finish him, Nobita and Doraemon get awakened by mother, causing the dream to stop.

Doraemon and Nobita decide to finish the dream. He removes the antenna from all of his friends except for Shizuka who was bathing. At night when Nobita and Doraemon were going to sleep, the fairy from the start of dream came and take them to the dream again. This time still fighting with king. King finishes the Shizuka one time as he does not know that she can regain life one more time. Nobita and king continue to fight each other. Nobita keeps the edge of sword toward the king. At the same time Shizuka uses big light on the sword which moves across the body of evil king, causing him to die. The movie ends with princess Shizuka agreeing to marry Nobita.

Cast[edit]

Doraemon / Doramon Nobuyo Oyama
Nobita Nobi / Nobitagnan Noriko Ohara
Shizuka Minamoto / Shizukaria / Silk Michiko Nomura
Suneo Honekawa / Sunemith Kaneta Kimotsuki
Gian / Gitos Kazuya Tatekabe
Nobita's mother Sachiko Chijimatsu
Shizuka's mother Masako Matsubara
Teacher Ryoichi Tanaka
Emperor Odrome Iemasa Kayumi
Toriho Kinto Tamura
General Spider Yuusaku Yara
General Jumbo Daisuke Gouri
Treasure Box Ryoko Kinomiya
Monster Masashi Hirose
General Yousuke Naka
Squad Leader Minoru Inaba
Soldiers Keiji Fujiwara
Hiroshi Naka
Hidetoshi Nakamura
Maid Rio Natsuki
Schoolboy Katsumi Toriumi
Dragon Hiroya Ishimaru
Bear Takuzou Kamiyama

References[edit]

  1. ^ Jaeger, Eren. "Past Doraemon Films". Forums.BoxOffice.com. Retrieved May 20, 2014.
  2. ^ English translation as shown on an official website for the 25th anniversary of the film franchise.

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