Takeshi "Gian, Big G" Gouda

Takeshi Gouda

Animeography
Doraemon
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Doraemon Movie 26: Nobita no Kyouryuu 2006
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Doraemon Movie 24: Nobita to Fushigi Kaze Tsukai
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Doraemon (1979)
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The☆Doraemons: The Mysterious Thief Dorapan The Mysterious Cartel
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The☆Doraemons: Mushimushi Pyonpyon Daisakusen!
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Doraemon: It's New Year!
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The☆Doraemons: Strange, Sweets, Strange?
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Doraemon and Itchy the Stray
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Doraemon Meets Hattori the Ninja
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The☆Doraemons: Goal! Goal! Goal!!
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Doraemon's Time Capsule for 2001
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The☆Doraemons: Dokidoki Kikansha Daibakusou!
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Doraemon: Doraemon Comes Back
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Doraemon: Featherplace
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Doraemon: It's Autumn!
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Doraemon: It's Spring!
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Doraemon: It's Summer!
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Doraemon: It's Winter!
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Doraemon: Treasure of the Shinugumi Mountain
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Dorami & Doraemons: Space Land's Critical Event
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Dorami & Doraemons: Robot School's Seven Mysteries
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Doraemon: 2112-nen Doraemon Tanjou
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Doraemon: Obaachan no Omoide
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Doraemon Movie: Boku, Momotarou no Nanna no Sa
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Doraemon: Doraemon Comes Back (Movie)
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Doraemon: The Day When I Was Born
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Doraemon: Ganbare! Gian!!
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Doraemon Movie 22: Nobita to Tsubasa no Yuusha-tachi
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Doraemon Movie 23: Nobita to Robot Kingdom
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Doraemon Movie 25: Nobita no Wan Nyan Jikuuden
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Doraemon Movie 08: Nobita to Ryuu no Kishi
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Doraemon Movie 09: Nobita no Parallel Saiyuuki
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Doraemon Movie 14: Nobita to Buriki no Labyrinth
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Doraemon: Nobita's the Night Before a Wedding
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Doraemon Movie 13: Nobita to Kumo no Oukoku
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Doraemon Movie 02: Nobita no Uchuu Kaitakushi
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Doraemon Movie 19: Nobita no Nankai Daibouken
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Doraemon Movie 07: Nobita to Tetsujin Heidan
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Doraemon Movie 10: Nobita no Nippon Tanjou
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Doraemon Movie 04: Nobita no Kaitei Kiganjou
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Doraemon Movie 20: Nobita no Uchuu Hyouryuuki
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Doraemon Movie 06: Nobita no Little Star Wars
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Doraemon Movie 12: Nobita no Dorabian Nights
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Doraemon Movie 03: Nobita no Daimakyou
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Doraemon Movie 05: Nobita no Makai Daibouken
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Doraemon Movie 27: Nobita no Shin Makai Daibouken - 7-nin no Mahoutsukai
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Doraemon Movie 16: Nobita no Sousei Nikki
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Doraemon Movie 17: Nobita to Ginga Express
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Doraemon Movie 15: Nobita to Mugen Sankenshi
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Doraemon Movie 11: Nobita to Animal Planet
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Doraemon Movie 18: Nobita no Nejimaki City Boukenki
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Doraemon Movie 01: Nobita no Kyouryuu
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Doraemon Movie 28: Nobita to Midori no Kyojin Den
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Doraemon Movie 29: Shin Nobita no Uchuu Kaitakushi
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Doraemon Movie 30: Nobita no Ningyo Daikaisen
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Doraemon Movie 21: Nobita no Taiyou Ou Densetsu
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Doraemon (2005)
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Doraemon Movie 31: Shin Nobita to Tetsujin Heidan - Habatake Tenshi-tachi
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Doraemon Movie 32: Nobita to Kiseki no Shima - Animal Adventure
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Doraemon Movie 33: Nobita no Himitsu Dougu Museum
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Doraemon Movie 34: Shin Nobita no Daimakyou - Peko to 5-nin no Tankentai
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Stand By Me Doraemon
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Doraemon Movie 35: Nobita no Space Heroes
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Doraemon Movie 36: Shin Nobita no Nippon Tanjou
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Doraemon Movie 37: Nobita no Nankyoku Kachikochi Daibouken
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Mangaography
Doraemon
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Doraemon Plus
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Daichouhen Doraemon
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Member Favorites: 2
Takeshi Gouda (剛田 武)
Takeshi, usually known by the nickname "Gian" (ジャイアン, Jaian) from English word "giant", is the big, strong, and quick-tempered local bully. He is known for his confidence in his terrible singing voice, though he considers himself a great singer. He regularly subjects the neighborhood children to horrendous singing recitals, which is sometimes combined with his equally bad homemade dinner and his atrocious fashion sense. He also frequently steals other children's toys and books under the pretext of "borrowing" them, unless the toy is damaged. This is how most fans considered Gian to be the antagonist of this show. However, he does not hesitate to help Nobita and his friends when they are in real trouble, which often occurs in the movies.
Several of the stories revolve around Nobita and his friends' efforts to avoid Gian's concerts, and several chapters summarize his friends efforts to avoid visiting Gian's house on his birthday because of his selfish nature. After reflecting on one event about his birthday, Gian thought of himself why he wasn't popular among his peers. After getting a lecture from Doraemon to see what an unruly character he is, Gian realize that he should have been a better person and he begs Doraemon to give him another chance. However, things didn't go exactly as planned when his friends at school or at the streets mock him to see how weird Gian was acting and get kicked by Suneo after learning his attempt to become gentle to his peers. This led him to lose control of his temper and start attacking his friends again.
Although he bullies the other children (mostly Nobita), he is terrified of his mother, who runs the local grocery store, a fact Nobita and Doraemon sometimes use in their favor. He founded his own baseball team named after himself. Although Nobita is often blamed for the losses against the baseball team's rival, the "Tyranos", Gian and Suneo still force Nobita to play because they do not have enough players.
Gian also has a younger sister named Jaiko, whom he adores.

(Source: Wikipedia)

Voice Actors
Tatekabe, Kazuya
Japanese
Kimotsuki, Kaneta
Japanese
Tang, Kaiji
English
Guarnieri, José Otávio
Brazilian
Kimura, Subaru
Japanese
Guarnieri, Caio
Brazilian
Obregón, Alfonso
Spanish
Escobal García, Alberto
Spanish
De Porrata, Nacho
Spanish