History Anime / TheMysteryOfMamo

18th Sep '17 6:52:39 PM gjjones
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* OpeningNarration: Inspector Zenigata prodives the opening narration in the Streamline dub after Lupin III is seemingly executed in Transylvania.
16th Aug '17 8:50:38 PM PatTheMoron
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*** All military might is an illusion.[[note]] The only one to be translated directly from the original Japanese[[/note]]

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*** All military might is an illusion.[[note]] The only one to be translated directly from the original Japanese[[/note]]
18th Jul '17 4:52:39 AM PatTheMoron
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* LullDestruction: All the English dubs—yes, even the Toho dub, the most faithful of them all—have at least one moment of this, and it usually comes during the Coroner's Report. Of course, the Streamline and Geneon dubs are the bigger offenders. Some dubs also extend Mamo's dialogue in certain scenes, such as when he reveals himself to Fujiko for the first time, his discussion with Lupin about his plans for apocalypse, and his contributions to human history.

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* LullDestruction: All the English dubs—yes, even the Toho dub, the most faithful of them all—have at least one moment of this, and it usually comes during the Coroner's Report. Of course, the Streamline Streamline, Manga UK and Geneon dubs are the bigger offenders. Some dubs also extend Mamo's dialogue in certain scenes, such as when he reveals himself to Fujiko for the first time, his discussion with Lupin about his plans for apocalypse, and his contributions to human history.
18th Jul '17 12:36:24 AM PatTheMoron
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--->'''Gordon''': ''[overturns table]'' Dammit...! Listen! [[WeHaveWaysOfMakingYouTalk We have ways of getting you to talk!]]\\

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--->'''Gordon''': ''[overturns table]'' Dammit...! Listen! [[WeHaveWaysOfMakingYouTalk We have ways of getting you to talk!]]\\
17th Jul '17 11:35:21 PM PatTheMoron
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'''Gordon:''' [Streamline dub] Dammit…! Listen! [[WeHaveWaysOfMakingYouTalk We have ways of getting you to talk!]]\\

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'''Gordon:''' [Streamline dub] Dammit…! Listen! [[WeHaveWaysOfMakingYouTalk We have ways of getting you to talk!]]\\
9th May '17 2:44:06 AM Golondrina
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'''Jigen''': [Manga UK dub] If this is democracy, I've had it. [...] I used to be a great Bogie fan, and [[Creator/ElvisPresley Elvis]], [[Creator/JamesDean Dean]], and Marilyn, ''but now I resign!''

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'''Jigen''': [Manga UK dub] If this is democracy, I've had it. [...] I used to be a great Bogie fan, and [[Creator/ElvisPresley [[Music/ElvisPresley Elvis]], [[Creator/JamesDean Dean]], and Marilyn, ''but now I resign!''
7th Dec '16 11:13:06 PM Xtifr
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'''''The Secret of Mamo''''', or '''''The Mystery of Mamo''''', is the most common English name for the first animated feature film in the ''Franchise/LupinIII'' franchise, made in 1978 and originally released in Japan as simply ''Lupin III'' (''Rupan Sansei'').[[note]] The film is now known there as ''Rupan Sansei: Rupan tai Kurōn'' – ''Lupin vs. the Clones'' – in order to differentiate it from the four other movies that followed it.[[/note]] The animation style is based heavily on the original manga, rather than the cleaner appearances from the first ''Lupin'' TV series.

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'''''The ''The Secret of Mamo''''', Mamo'', or '''''The ''The Mystery of Mamo''''', Mamo'', is the most common English name for the first animated feature film in the ''Franchise/LupinIII'' franchise, made in 1978 and originally released in Japan as simply ''Lupin III'' (''Rupan Sansei'').[[note]] The film is now known there as ''Rupan Sansei: Rupan tai Kurōn'' – ''Lupin vs. the Clones'' – in order to differentiate it from the four other movies that followed it.[[/note]] The animation style is based heavily on the original manga, rather than the cleaner appearances from the first ''Lupin'' TV series.
21st Nov '16 10:11:08 AM ryanasaurus0077
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* FlatEarthAtheist: Lupin. Justified, as he's able to accurately predict Mamo's constant parlor tricks the minute he sets foot on transparent glass. [[MaybeMagicMaybeMundane Of course, the moment he works out the "trick:, he falls, leaving Mamo still up in the air...]]

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* FlatEarthAtheist: Lupin. Justified, as he's able to accurately predict Mamo's constant parlor tricks the minute he sets foot on transparent glass. [[MaybeMagicMaybeMundane Of course, the moment he works out the "trick:, "trick", he falls, leaving Mamo still up in the air...]]]][[note]]Which, of course, only means that Lupin didn't realize that Mamo had placed any human-sized holes on the glass.[[/note]]
20th Nov '16 1:42:50 PM Psychadelico
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* FlatEarthAtheist: Lupin. Justified, as he's able to accurately predict Mamo's constant parlor tricks the minute he sets foot on transparent glass.

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* FlatEarthAtheist: Lupin. Justified, as he's able to accurately predict Mamo's constant parlor tricks the minute he sets foot on transparent glass. [[MaybeMagicMaybeMundane Of course, the moment he works out the "trick:, he falls, leaving Mamo still up in the air...]]
2nd Oct '16 4:37:48 AM Trigger-of-Sorrow
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* DarkerAndEdgier: Compared to the Green Jacket and Red Jacket TV series, ''Mamo'' has more violence, nudity and profanity and is at times pretty close to the original manga in tone (not to mention art style). The main characters also come across as more morally ambiguous than usual (this is often PlayedForLaughs, however) and Mamo himself remains one of Lupin's darkest, most powerful enemies to date.

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* DarkerAndEdgier: Compared to the Green Jacket and Red Jacket TV series, ''Mamo'' has This film is more violence, nudity violent, explicit and profanity and crude than the TV series. It doesn't help that looks aside, BigBad Mamo is at times a pretty close to the original manga in tone (not to mention art style). The main characters also come across as more morally ambiguous than usual (this is often PlayedForLaughs, however) dark character and Mamo himself remains one of Lupin's darkest, most powerful enemies competent adversaries to date.
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