Episode names are: Nendoron Riot (まいごマゴマゴ大騒動の巻 Maigo Magomago Ōsōdō no Maki) Goodbye, Doraemon (さようならドラえもんの巻 Sayōnara Doraemon no Maki)
It was posted to Nico Nico 6 years ago. I'm wondering what the audio source was recorded with? An audio cassette recorder or possibly a audio rip from a video that may be either unreleased or something.
I think the other audio stuff is just voice clips and that jingle.
EDIT: Also, we know that IMAGICA has some Doraemon episodes and segments in their vault, but can't release them due to them not owning the rights. Also, I wonder if anyone has that pilot film from 1972. All we have in video form online is the OP, 2 very short clips before the ED, ED and a clip from a porn movie.
Post by tyrannosaurussergio on Sept 19, 2016 4:09:57 GMT
Hello guys, I'm a new member simply known as TyrannosaurusSergio. I'm a HUGE fan of Doraemon, and I have been following the LMW even before the switch in sites. I've been aware of the 1973 series for almost 2 years.. However, with recent developments, my curiosity is piqued,and I'd like to help with the search. I don't know where to begin, but I can spread the word around on anime boards to see if I get any leads or to let more people know about this show. I'll try me best though, but searching for lost media takes time. Talk to you guys and thanks for reading!
Post by tyrannosaurussergio on Sept 19, 2016 16:54:44 GMT
This morning I went around looking for contact information of Fujiko Fujio Productions. However, I couldn't find anything besides a website for their museum. I did contact these companies though:
Bang Zoom! Entertainment: Dubbed the 2005 series. Contacted them to see if they could point me to any Fujiko Fujio companies. Shogakukan: Released the manga series. Also contacted them to see if they could point me to any Fujiko Fujio companies. Viz Media: Worked with Fujiko Fujio Pro when the dub first came out. Again, contacted them to see if they had any information about Fujiko Fujio Pro. Nippon TV: Aired the 1973 series. Contacted them to see if they know what happened to the reels, any contact info for Fujiko Fujio Pro, and asked if they had any contact info of Masami Jun, the production chief of the 1973 series. Anime News Network: Contacted them to see if they can write an article about the show in order to spread awareness. I also posted a topic about the show, but got moved to a different forum.
I have yet to get a reply from any of these companies, so we'll just have to wait. I'll continue to spread the word though. Next stop is the Doraemon Wiki.
Post by tyrannosaurussergio on Sept 19, 2016 18:28:41 GMT
Can anybody translate the Japanese Wikipedia page of Doraemon (1973)? I used Chrome to translate the page, but it came awkwardly worded (as usual). If anybody can translate it that be a great help, because the page has a lot more information about the show than the US Wikipedia page.
BTW, I also posted forums about the subject onto My Anime List, Japan Reference, and the Doraemon Wiki. If anybody knows any other forum I should post this on, let me know