History Anime / TheCastleOfCagliostro

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]].
3rd Jul '16 6:01:07 PM Robotech_Master
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* FairytaleWeddingDress: Clarisse, being a princess, has one.

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* FairytaleWeddingDress: Clarisse, being a princess, has one. (In real life, Princess Sayako of Japan would later [[http://tinyurl.com/hfqocxl model her own wedding dress after Clarice's]].)
3rd Jul '16 5:52:41 PM Robotech_Master
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* CouldntFindALighter: Royal guard Gustav demonstrates the castle's laser defense system by holding out a cigarette to be zapped, then placing it in Zenigata's mouth.

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* CouldntFindALighter: Royal guard Gustav demonstrates the castle's laser defense system by holding out a cigarette to be zapped, then placing it in Zenigata's mouth. (Not to be confused with the reason for Lupin's [[spoiler:long-jumping exhibition in the middle of the movie]]—he couldn't find a ''good'' lighter.)
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