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|Japanese = ドラえもん のび太とロボット王国
 
|Japanese = ドラえもん のび太とロボット王国
 
|Rōmaji = Doraemon: Nobita to Robotto Ōkoku
 
|Rōmaji = Doraemon: Nobita to Robotto Ōkoku
|Image = Nobita in the Robot Kingdom - Movie cover.jpg
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|Image = 2002.jpg
 
|Release date = {{Flag|Japan}} March 9, 2002<br>{{Flag|Thailand}} September 30, 2004
 
|Release date = {{Flag|Japan}} March 9, 2002<br>{{Flag|Thailand}} September 30, 2004
 
|Director = Tsutomu Shibayama
 
|Director = Tsutomu Shibayama
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|Previous movie = [[Doraemon: Nobita and the Winged Braves]]
 
|Previous movie = [[Doraemon: Nobita and the Winged Braves]]
 
|Next movie = [[Doraemon: Nobita and the Windmasters]]}}'''''Doraemon: Nobita and the Robot Kingdom''''' (ドラえもん のび太とロボット王国 ''Doraemon: Nobita to Robotto Ōkoku'') is the twenty-third installment of the [[List of Doraemon feature films|''Doraemon'' feature films]].
 
|Next movie = [[Doraemon: Nobita and the Windmasters]]}}'''''Doraemon: Nobita and the Robot Kingdom''''' (ドラえもん のび太とロボット王国 ''Doraemon: Nobita to Robotto Ōkoku'') is the twenty-third installment of the [[List of Doraemon feature films|''Doraemon'' feature films]].
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Nobita's meddling sends the gang to a robot planet where a cruel queen is bent on removing all emotion from the robots living alongside humans.
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Doraemon and friends travels into another world via the time machine; where humans and robots are living together. However they soon find out that the Empress of Robot Kingdom was trying to capture robots there and turn them emotionless. As the situation goes tense, our heroes sets out to stop the Empress and her plan.
   
 
==Plot==
 
==Plot==
 
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The queen hates robots. Which is a pity, because they live happily alongside humans in this fantasy domain. But when she decrees that all robots must be shorn of their emotions, boy-robot Poko flees in fear. He crosses time and space and ends up, lost and confused, in the world of Doraemon and his gang.
   
 
==Characters==
 
==Characters==
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==Gadgets used==
 
==Gadgets used==
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*[[Spare Pocket]]
 
*[[Spare Pocket]]
 
*[[Future Department Store Vending Machine]]
 
*[[Future Department Store Vending Machine]]
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*[[Secret Base Wallpaper]] (Movie only)
 
*[[Secret Base Wallpaper]] (Movie only)
 
*[[Time Machine]]
 
*[[Time Machine]]
*[[All Purpose Handler]] (in movie it appears later)
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*[[Air Cannon|Air Cannon&nbsp;]](Lost during the time travel)
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*[[Small Light]] (Lost during the time travel)
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*[[All Purpose Handler]] (Appears later)
 
*[[Flattening Iron]] (Manga only)
 
*[[Flattening Iron]] (Manga only)
 
*[[Dress Up Camera (gadget)|Dress Up Camera]]
 
*[[Dress Up Camera (gadget)|Dress Up Camera]]
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*[[Doraemon no Uta]] (opening theme)
 
*[[Doraemon no Uta]] (opening theme)
 
*[[Hitori janai ~I'll Be There~]] by KONISHIKI and Niiyama Chiharu
 
*[[Hitori janai ~I'll Be There~]] by KONISHIKI and Niiyama Chiharu
*[[Isshoni Arukou ~Walking Into Sunshine~]] by KONISHIKI (ending theme)
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*[https://doraemon.wikia.com/wiki/Issho_ni_Arukou%EF%BD%9EWalking_into_Sunshine%EF%BD%9E Isshoni Arukou ~Walking Into Sunshine~ by KONISHIKI] (ending theme)
   
 
==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
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==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
 
*A Q-Taro (from ''Obake no Q-Taro'', another creation by [[Fujiko F. Fujio]]) robot makes an appearance in the film.
 
*A Q-Taro (from ''Obake no Q-Taro'', another creation by [[Fujiko F. Fujio]]) robot makes an appearance in the film.
*This is the last Doraemon feature film to use cel animation.
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*This is the last Doraemon feature film to use cel animation. (Doraemon's Anime Episode had stopped to use cel animation in 2002).
==Differences between the movee and the manga (In order of the movie)==
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*Slogan: "It's a country full of amazing robots."
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==Differences between the movie and the manga (in order of the movie)==
 
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|Doraemon uses All Purpose Handler after time machine gets damaged.||Only automatic controller get destroyed so the handler can still usable.
 
|Doraemon uses All Purpose Handler after time machine gets damaged.||Only automatic controller get destroyed so the handler can still usable.
 
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|The droid soldier get defeated by Doraemon's gadget.||The droid soldier crashes the cliff when getting out of the tiem space.
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|The droid soldier get defeated by Doraemon's gadget.||The droid soldier crashes the cliff when getting out of the time space.
 
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|Time Machine gets out of the time space on the sand near Chapek's house||The time machine gets out of the time space on the bridge and sliding down to near Chapek's house due to Nobita's sneezing.
 
|Time Machine gets out of the time space on the sand near Chapek's house||The time machine gets out of the time space on the bridge and sliding down to near Chapek's house due to Nobita's sneezing.
 
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|Kururimpa takes Nobita's glasses. Onabe also appears later.||Nobita is woke up by the robot bird and then disappeared. Kururimpa appears later along with Chapek and Onabe.
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|Kururimpa takes Nobita's glasses. Onabe also appears later.||Nobita is woken up by the robot bird and then disappeared. Kururimpa appears later along with Chapek and Onabe.
 
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|Electronic teleport machine sends Kururimpa to the nearby pool.||Electronic teleport machine brings the robot bird to Chapek's house.
 
|Electronic teleport machine sends Kururimpa to the nearby pool.||Electronic teleport machine brings the robot bird to Chapek's house.
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|Kongfighter get stuck with Tickling Flea.||Doraemon uses the Tickling Potion but accidentally uses it to himself instead of Kongfighter. Hence, he sticks himself to Kongfighter.
 
|Kongfighter get stuck with Tickling Flea.||Doraemon uses the Tickling Potion but accidentally uses it to himself instead of Kongfighter. Hence, he sticks himself to Kongfighter.
 
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|Poko tells Dester and Jeanne to stop the Emotion Removal Law and Deater is about to attack him. Nobita saves him and tells both the robots are friends, not human's tools.||Nobita cannot stand what Deater and Jeanne said so he tells as he says in manga, and Poko asks both later.
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|Poko tells Dester and Jeanne to stop the Emotion Removal Law and Dester is about to attack him. Nobita saves him and tells both the robots are friends, not human's tools.||Nobita cannot stand what Dester and Jeanne said so he tells as he says in manga, and Poko asks both later.
 
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|Jeanne and Dester follow Doraemon and friends immediately after the seven of them leave the colisium.||Only droid soldiers chase them. Dester and Jeanne follow after Doraemon and friends escape from Chapek's house.
 
|Jeanne and Dester follow Doraemon and friends immediately after the seven of them leave the colisium.||Only droid soldiers chase them. Dester and Jeanne follow after Doraemon and friends escape from Chapek's house.
 
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|Poko and Doraemon has seen droid soldiers so Chapek suggests them to escape with his back door.||Chapek has seen the droid soldiers via his monitor and tells Doraemon and friends escape.
 
|Poko and Doraemon has seen droid soldiers so Chapek suggests them to escape with his back door.||Chapek has seen the droid soldiers via his monitor and tells Doraemon and friends escape.
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|Doraemon takes his Take Copter to go to the rainbow valley.||Doraemon is on Gian since he has no Take Copters left.
 
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|Dester uses his program to make Jeanne's robot out of control and falling into the river.||Dester uses his program to make one of the droid soldiers push Jeanne down the cliff. Moreover, the sandstorm occurs then.
 
|Dester uses his program to make Jeanne's robot out of control and falling into the river.||Dester uses his program to make one of the droid soldiers push Jeanne down the cliff. Moreover, the sandstorm occurs then.
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|Suneo sits on the rock bottom to open the rainbow valley's gate.||Kururimpa has found the rainbow valley.
 
|Suneo sits on the rock bottom to open the rainbow valley's gate.||Kururimpa has found the rainbow valley.
 
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|Jeanne is still aggressive during threatment. She breaks the glass when Poko provides water for her. She is also slapped by Shizuka.||This scene does not appear in movie.
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|Jeanne is still aggressive during treatment. She breaks the glass when Poko provides water for her. She is also slapped by Shizuka.||This scene does not appear in movie.
 
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|Doraemon and friends, Poko, Jeanne, and Rainbow Villagers go to the castle with cars.||It is unknown how they go to the castle in movie.
 
|Doraemon and friends, Poko, Jeanne, and Rainbow Villagers go to the castle with cars.||It is unknown how they go to the castle in movie.
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|Doraemon and friends, Poko, Jeanne, and Rainbow Villagers can destroy the door.||This scene did not appear in movie.
 
|Doraemon and friends, Poko, Jeanne, and Rainbow Villagers can destroy the door.||This scene did not appear in movie.
 
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|Nobita detaches the All Purpose Handler from the Time Machine.||Nobita asks Doraemon for a All Purpose Handler and asks Shizuka a Take Copter.
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|Nobita detaches the All Purpose Handler from the Time Machine.||Nobita asks Doraemon for a All Purpose Handler and asks Shizuka for a Take Copter.
 
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|Doraemon uses Cheetah Lotion to get in the castle. He also takes off only helmet.||Doraemon does not use any gadgets. He takes off all his outfit.
 
|Doraemon uses Cheetah Lotion to get in the castle. He also takes off only helmet.||Doraemon does not use any gadgets. He takes off all his outfit.

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Doraemon: Nobita and the Robot Kingdom (ドラえもん のび太とロボット王国 Doraemon: Nobita to Robotto Ōkoku) is the twenty-third installment of the Doraemon feature films.

Nobita's meddling sends the gang to a robot planet where a cruel queen is bent on removing all emotion from the robots living alongside humans.

Doraemon and friends travels into another world via the time machine; where humans and robots are living together. However they soon find out that the Empress of Robot Kingdom was trying to capture robots there and turn them emotionless. As the situation goes tense, our heroes sets out to stop the Empress and her plan.

PlotEdit

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The queen hates robots. Which is a pity, because they live happily alongside humans in this fantasy domain. But when she decrees that all robots must be shorn of their emotions, boy-robot Poko flees in fear. He crosses time and space and ends up, lost and confused, in the world of Doraemon and his gang.

CharactersEdit

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Gadgets usedEdit

CastEdit

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Character Voice actor
Doraemon Nobuyo Oyama
Nobita Nobi Noriko Ohara
Shizuka Minamoto Michiko Nomura
Takeshi Gouda Kazuya Tatekabe
Suneo Honekawa Kaneta Kimotsuki
Tamako Nobi Chijimatsu Sachiko
Poko Houko Kuwashima
Maria Toshiko Fujita
Queen Jeanne Chiharu Niiyama
Dester Shouichirou Moriyama

MusicEdit

GalleryEdit

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TriviaEdit

  • A Q-Taro (from Obake no Q-Taro, another creation by Fujiko F. Fujio) robot makes an appearance in the film.
  • This is the last Doraemon feature film to use cel animation. (Doraemon's Anime Episode had stopped to use cel animation in 2002).
  • Slogan: "It's a country full of amazing robots."

Differences between the movie and the manga (in order of the movie)Edit

NavigationEdit

Nobita's DinosaurThe Records of Nobita, SpaceblazerNobita and the Haunts of EvilNobita's Monstrous Underwater CastleNobita's Great Adventure into the UnderworldNobita's Little Star WarsNobita and the Steel TroopsNobita and the Knights on DinosaursThe Record of Nobita's Parallel Visit to the WestNobita and the Birth of JapanNobita and the Animal PlanetNobita's Dorabian NightsNobita and the Kingdom of CloudsNobita and the Tin LabyrinthNobita's Three Visionary SwordsmenNobita's Diary on the Creation of the WorldNobita and the Galaxy Super-expressNobita and the Spiral CityNobita's Great Adventure in the South SeasNobita Drifts in the UniverseNobita's the Legend of the Sun KingNobita and the Winged BravesNobita in the Robot KingdomNobita and the WindmastersNobita in the Wan-Nyan Spacetime Odyssey
Nobita's Dinosaur 2006Nobita's New Great Adventure into the Underworld ~The 7 Magic Users~Nobita and the Green Giant LegendThe Record of Nobita's SpaceblazerNobita's Great Battle of the Mermaid KingNobita and the New Steel Troops ~Winged Angels~Nobita and the Island of Miracles ~Animal Adventure~Nobita's Secret Gadget MuseumNew Nobita's Great Demon ~Peko and the Exploration Party of 5~Stand by Me DoraemonNobita's Space HeroesNobita and the Birth of Japan 2016Nobita's Great Adventure in the Antarctic Kachi KochiNobita's Treasure IslandNobita's Chronicle of the Moon ExplorationNobita's New Dinosaur
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