History Anime / TheCastleOfCagliostro

28th May '16 8:40:33 PM nombretomado
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In the West, this film has passed through more than a few hands. Game developer Creator/{{Stern}} used footage of ''Cagliostro'' and ''Anime/TheMysteryOfMamo'' to make a laserdisc game ''Cliff Hanger''. Then Asmik got to make another game based entirely on the film for the PlayStation. ''Cagliostro'' was then licensed in the early '90s by Creator/StreamlinePictures; their DVD release of the film was one of the very first anime released in the format (and one of Streamline's last releases ever). Creator/MangaEntertainment picked up the license in 2000 and gave the film a new dub, then re-released it in 2006 with a boatload of extra content ([[ExecutiveMeddling but an altered opening]]). Creator/DiscotekMedia acquired the license to ''Cagliostro'' in 2014 and released both a DVD and [=Blu-Ray=] (the latter for the first time in the US) in 2015; their release includes both the Streamline and Manga dubs, an official subtitled version of the film, and [[http://castleofcagliostro.tumblr.com/post/102600003062/1980-subtitles a re-creation of the original subtitles used in TMS's 1980 theatrical release of the film in the United States.]] A "family-friendly" version of the Manga dub was also created specifically for this release. Some time later, Disney released it as part of their Miyazaki box set, with Discotek's permission.

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In the West, this film has passed through more than a few hands. Game developer Creator/{{Stern}} used footage of ''Cagliostro'' and ''Anime/TheMysteryOfMamo'' to make a laserdisc game ''Cliff Hanger''. Then Asmik got to make another game based entirely on the film for the PlayStation.UsefulNotes/PlayStation. ''Cagliostro'' was then licensed in the early '90s by Creator/StreamlinePictures; their DVD release of the film was one of the very first anime released in the format (and one of Streamline's last releases ever). Creator/MangaEntertainment picked up the license in 2000 and gave the film a new dub, then re-released it in 2006 with a boatload of extra content ([[ExecutiveMeddling but an altered opening]]). Creator/DiscotekMedia acquired the license to ''Cagliostro'' in 2014 and released both a DVD and [=Blu-Ray=] (the latter for the first time in the US) in 2015; their release includes both the Streamline and Manga dubs, an official subtitled version of the film, and [[http://castleofcagliostro.tumblr.com/post/102600003062/1980-subtitles a re-creation of the original subtitles used in TMS's 1980 theatrical release of the film in the United States.]] A "family-friendly" version of the Manga dub was also created specifically for this release. Some time later, Disney released it as part of their Miyazaki box set, with Discotek's permission.
14th May '16 11:08:23 AM DrFurball
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* HyperactiveMetabolism: Lupin is severely wounded, but recovers after gorging himself to the point of being sick and then sleeping.

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* HyperactiveMetabolism: Played with. While Lupin is severely wounded, but and recovers after gorging himself to the point of being sick and then sleeping.sleeping...his injuries are present for the rest of the movie. Even though it doesn't really slow him down any, his head is still bandaged, and he expresses pain when Clarisse hugs him.
24th Apr '16 12:51:29 PM eroock
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* SpyCam: Fujiko's brooch works as a Spy Cam, which she uses to take photograph with at the Count's vault.
23rd Apr '16 5:10:12 PM Robotech_Master
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*** Episode 24 of ''SuperDimensionFortressMacross'' (and, thus, ''{{Robotech}}'') features a brief clip of a video arcade driving game that seems to be based on the Clarisse chase sequence—being played by someone in a suspiciously Lupin-like blue jacket and sideburns. This could be construed as a reference both to ''Castle of Cagliostro'' and to the ''Cliff Hanger'' laserdisc arcade game based on it—though ''Cliff Hanger'' used a joystick and buttons, not a steering wheel.

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*** Episode 24 of ''SuperDimensionFortressMacross'' ''Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross'' (and, thus, ''{{Robotech}}'') features a brief clip of a video arcade driving game that seems to be based on the Clarisse chase sequence—being played by someone in a suspiciously Lupin-like blue jacket and sideburns. This could be construed as a reference both to ''Castle of Cagliostro'' and to the ''Cliff Hanger'' laserdisc arcade game based on it—though ''Cliff Hanger'' used a joystick and buttons, not a steering wheel.
23rd Apr '16 5:09:34 PM Robotech_Master
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*** Episode 24 of ''SuperDimensionFortressMacross'' (and, thus, ''{{Robotech}}'') features a brief clip of a video arcade driving game that seems to be based on the Clarisse chase sequence—being played by someone in a suspiciously Lupin-like. blue jacket and sideburns. This could be construed as a reference both to ''Castle of Cagliostro'' and to the ''Cliff Hanger'' laserdisc arcade game based on it—though ''Cliff Hanger'' used a joystick and buttons, not a steering wheel.

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*** Episode 24 of ''SuperDimensionFortressMacross'' (and, thus, ''{{Robotech}}'') features a brief clip of a video arcade driving game that seems to be based on the Clarisse chase sequence—being played by someone in a suspiciously Lupin-like. Lupin-like blue jacket and sideburns. This could be construed as a reference both to ''Castle of Cagliostro'' and to the ''Cliff Hanger'' laserdisc arcade game based on it—though ''Cliff Hanger'' used a joystick and buttons, not a steering wheel.
23rd Apr '16 5:08:45 PM Robotech_Master
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*** Episode 24 of ''SuperDimensionFortressMacross'' (and, thus, ''{{Robotech}}'') features a brief clip of a video arcade driving game that seems to be based on the Clarice chase sequence—being played by someone in a suspiciously Lupin-like. blue jacket and sideburns. This could be construed as a reference both to ''Castle of Cagliostro'' and to the ''Cliff Hanger'' laserdisc arcade game based on it—though ''Cliff Hanger'' used a joystick and buttons, not a steering wheel.

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*** Episode 24 of ''SuperDimensionFortressMacross'' (and, thus, ''{{Robotech}}'') features a brief clip of a video arcade driving game that seems to be based on the Clarice Clarisse chase sequence—being played by someone in a suspiciously Lupin-like. blue jacket and sideburns. This could be construed as a reference both to ''Castle of Cagliostro'' and to the ''Cliff Hanger'' laserdisc arcade game based on it—though ''Cliff Hanger'' used a joystick and buttons, not a steering wheel.
23rd Apr '16 5:08:22 PM Robotech_Master
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*** Episode 24 of ''SuperDimensionFortressMacross'' (and, thus, ''{{Robotech}}'') features a brief clip of a video arcade driving game that seems to be based on the Clarice chase sequence—being played by someone in a suspiciously Lupin-like. blue jacket and sideburns. This could be construed as a reference both to ''Castle of Cagliostro'' and to the ''Cliff Hanger'' laserdisc arcade game based on it—though ''Cliff Hanger'' used a joystick and buttons, not a steering wheel.
23rd Apr '16 4:15:39 PM Robotech_Master
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* RamenSlurp: The cheap ramen eaten by Zenigata and his police force are contrasted with the fancy meals enjoyed by Count Cagliostro. Lupin and Jigen are shown eating spaghetti the same way, earlier (as well as eating ramen themselves as Zenigata pulls up to the castle – you can see the instant ramen bowls in the back of their car along with the other supplies in the early driving scenes).

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* RamenSlurp: The cheap ramen eaten by Zenigata and his police force are contrasted with the fancy meals enjoyed by Count Cagliostro. Lupin and Jigen are shown eating spaghetti the same way, earlier (as well as eating ramen themselves as Zenigata pulls up to the castle – you can see the instant ramen bowls in the back of their car along with the other supplies in the early driving scenes).scenes, and Jigen catches one that falls out of their gear as they're loading up the car to chase after the burning autogyro).
23rd Apr '16 3:59:54 PM Robotech_Master
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* CrazyPrepared: It's not entirely clear if the lasers, radar and trap doors in the castle were placed by the Count himself or are remains of the Roman builders. Anyway, somebody was ProperlyParanoid.

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* CrazyPrepared: It's not entirely clear if the lasers, radar and trap doors in the castle were placed by the Count himself or are remains of the Roman builders. (Well, the lasers and radar weren't. Neither were the suspiciously-modern-looking cannons seen in the background when Lupin emerges from the fountain on the castle battlements.) Anyway, somebody was ProperlyParanoid.
12th Mar '16 10:00:28 AM snake300
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