History Anime / TheCastleOfCagliostro

25th Jan '17 4:22:29 PM tropower
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* ReverseCerebusSyndrome: Creator/HayaoMiyazaki continued to tone down Lupin III from the raunchier, more manic version depicted in the manga, making him much LighterAndSofter. As a result, the film flopped in Japan when it was first released – the people who liked ''Franchise/LupinIII'' for what it was were turned off, and the people who ''didn't'' like Lupin III didn't have any reason to watch the movie. It was only in later years, when Miyazaki gained recognition for his original works and more people watched the movie without any prior ''Lupin'' experience, that it belatedly gained a reputation as a classic.

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* ReverseCerebusSyndrome: Creator/HayaoMiyazaki continued to tone down Lupin III from the raunchier, more manic version depicted in the manga, making him much LighterAndSofter. As a result, the film flopped in Japan when it was first released – the people who liked ''Franchise/LupinIII'' for what it was were turned off, and the people who ''didn't'' like Lupin III didn't have any reason to watch the movie. It was only in later years, when Miyazaki gained recognition for his original works and more people watched the movie without any prior ''Lupin'' experience, that [[VindicatedByHistory it belatedly gained a reputation as a classic.classic]].
4th Dec '16 7:51:45 AM MisterDrBob2
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* AdaptationDyeJob: While Fujiko's design is inconsistent across her various incarnations, this may be the only time she's blond.
12th Sep '16 6:38:44 PM SirSapphire
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** [[TakeAThirdOption Or he was in pain from her hugging his wounds again.]]
5th Sep '16 1:55:12 AM Doryna
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*** Lupin's iconic yellow Fiat 500[[note]] (rarely seen in "Green Jacket, which preferred to show him driving his Benz SSK instead)[[/note]] was the car driven in real life by chief animator Yasuo Ohtsuka. Clarisse's Citroën CV was Miyazaki's car during that time.

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*** Lupin's iconic yellow Fiat 500[[note]] (rarely seen in the first Lupin "Green Jacket, Jacket" series, which preferred to show him driving his Benz SSK instead)[[/note]] instead; it only became more common in the second "Red Jacket" series that was airing around the same time as the film after ''Cagliostro'' debuted.)[[/note]] was the car driven in real life by chief animator Yasuo Ohtsuka. Clarisse's Citroën CV was Miyazaki's car during that time.
1st Sep '16 6:14:46 PM ryanasaurus0077
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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 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. A few months later, Creator/{{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 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. A few months later, Creator/{{Disney}} released it the Streamline dub as part of their Miyazaki box set, with Discotek's permission.
1st Sep '16 6:14:20 PM ryanasaurus0077
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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 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.

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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 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 A few months later, Disney Creator/{{Disney}} released it as part of their Miyazaki box set, with Discotek's permission.
3rd Jul '16 6:16:09 PM Robotech_Master
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* SpeakNowOrForeverHoldYourPeace: Combined with WeddingSmashers. Lupin, via recording, interrupts the Archbishop (Who is actually Lupin in disguise) right after he says the trope name.

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* SpeakNowOrForeverHoldYourPeace: Combined with WeddingSmashers. Lupin, via recording, recording or radio ventriloquism, interrupts the Archbishop (Who (who is actually Lupin in disguise) right after he says the trope name.
3rd Jul '16 6:10:30 PM Robotech_Master
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* {{Lolicon}}: In the Japanese version, Lupin accuses the Count of this in the wedding scene [[spoiler:before he sets off the stock of fireworks hidden in his archbishop's robes]]. Considering that Clarisse is around 18 by that day, he's probably being facetious and just trying to get under the Count's skin. It works.

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* {{Lolicon}}: In the Japanese version, Lupin accuses the Count of this in the wedding scene [[spoiler:before he sets off the stock of fireworks hidden in his archbishop's robes]]. Considering that Clarisse is around 18 by that day, he's probably being facetious and just trying to get under the Count's skin. (Though it's a June-December wedding in any case—what Westerners would, in similar vein, call "robbing the cradle.") It works.
3rd Jul '16 6:05:58 PM Robotech_Master
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* HammerspaceParachute: Fujiko jumps from the Autogyro and unfolds a parachute that wasn't visible before.
3rd Jul '16 6:03:31 PM Robotech_Master
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* FamilyUnfriendlyDeath: The Count squashed by the hands of the big clock. Also the mook squashed by cogs. Both scenes are handled [[GoryDiscretionShot discretely]].

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* FamilyUnfriendlyDeath: The Count squashed by the hands of the big clock. Also the mook squashed by cogs. Both scenes are handled [[GoryDiscretionShot discretely]].discreetly]].
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