Senbei Norimaki finds the secret treasure named “Eye of Rainbow” of the legendary Nanaba Castle in the mountain. This treasure makes every dream come true. When the gang of Arale Norimaki and Gatchan tried to steal the treasure, Bisna, who is the descendant of Nanaba Kingdom, takes the treasure. Bisna wants to revive the devil and Nanaba Kingdom. Arale and her friends went towards the secret Nanaba Castle to get back the treasure.
Arale, Senbei, Gatchan, Akane, Taro and Peasuke go on a space adventure to save Midori from Dr. Mashirito after tricking her into coming back to her home planet to marry him.
Professor Senbei finds a videotape of his deceased father providing instructions on how to create a love potion. The main ingredient is a tear of the evil Gyaasuka Daimao who lives at the Wonder Island. To retrieve it, Senbei takes Arale and Gatchan on a wacky adventure.
Arale and company arrive at a nice location for a picnic. They soon discover a beautiful stone with strange powers. Before they know it, a dangerous pirate and his mysterious ship invades their peace and steals the stone. Now it is up to them to retrieve the stone before it is used by evil hands.
Dr. Slump & Arale-chan Hoyoyo! Sekai Issuu Dai Race) is the third Dr. Slump film, and the third film of the theatrical films series. It was released on March 13, 1983.
While at the beach Arale Norimaki rescues a shark. In return, the shark invites her and the rest of the Norimaki to their underwater city. Meanwhile, Suppaman intends to follow them and get revenge. While in the city, Arale meets Urashima Tarō, who joins Arale while playing at the amusement park.
The Norimaki Family, the Soramame Family, Suppaman, and Dr. Mashirito end up coming to a summer resort which is really a haunted castle filled with monsters. While enjoying the many facilities, such as the arcades and hot spring baths, they all end up falling into the clutches of Vandora, a female vampire who intends to feed off them.
Dr. Mashirito and Abale-chan centers around Dr. Mashirito Jr. and his creation Abale, who serves as a rebellious opposite of the protagonist Arale. Many years after the end of Dr. Slump, Dr. Mashirito Jr. returns to avenge his father Dr. Mashirito, the sworn enemy of Senbei Norimaki. He makes an android at any point similar to Arale, except for her character that is somewhat different. He gives the name "Abale" to this android. In spite of itself, Abale will successfully contain an alien invasion.
At the Penguin Village, the dinosaurs styled monster named Dodongadon appeared. But he was small as Arale and did not have strong power. Arale defeat him very easily, and Dodongadon called his mother Mamangadon. She was huge and had a big power. How Arale can defeat this big monster?
Unable to entertain their princess Puruah, the kingdom of Yapaya requests professor Senbei to create a comedic robot capable of making her laugh for the first time in her life.
Children are lured to Metropolis only to find that the renowned, mythical city may not be the happy-go-lucky utopia they'd thought it would be.
2041 - The west of Japan was destroyed in an earthquake. In between the slums within the rubble autonomous areas form with their own currency and administration. In the third communal district, known as Slum-Polis, criminals terrorize the poor population. In the daily struggle for survival the three friends Asu, Joe and the young prostitute Anna search for a little bit of security, but ultimately their strong bond is put to trial.
Dr. Slump is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Akira Toriyama. It was serialized in Shueisha's anthology magazine Weekly Shōnen Jump from 1980 to 1984, with the chapters collected into 18 tankōbon volumes. The series follows the humorous adventures of the little girl robot Arale Norimaki, her creator Senbei Norimaki, and the other residents of the bizarre Penguin Village. The manga was adapted into an anime television series by Toei Animation that ran on Fuji TV from 1981 to 1986 consisting of 243 episodes. A remake series was created thirteen years after the manga ended, consisting of 74 episodes it was broadcast from 1997 to 1999. The series has also spawned novels, video games and many animated films. Dr. Slump launched Toriyama's career, was awarded the Shogakukan Manga Award for shōnen and shōjo manga in 1981 and has sold over 35 million copies in Japan. It was released in North America by Viz Media from 2004 to 2009. In 2013, Discotek Media licensed the first five films for release in North America.