History YMMV / TheCastleOfCagliostro

16th Jan '17 8:24:37 PM SamMax
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** The Creator/MangaEntertainment/Animaze dub has its own examole on the swearing and whether or not it hurts the film. While the dub is overall more faithful than the [[Creator/StreamlinePictures Streamline]] dub, the swearing is thought by many to have gone against Miyazaki's intentions with the film, while others don't mind. For the former group, the Discotek release includes a version of the dub that removes most of the swearing, though it's alongside the version with all the swearing intact, which should satisfy both groups.

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** The Creator/MangaEntertainment/Animaze dub has its own examole example on the swearing and whether or not it hurts the film. While the dub is overall more faithful than the [[Creator/StreamlinePictures Streamline]] dub, the swearing is thought by many to have gone against Miyazaki's intentions with the film, while others don't mind. For the former group, the Discotek release includes a version of the dub that removes most of the swearing, though it's alongside the version with all the swearing intact, which should satisfy both groups.
15th Jan '17 10:51:17 PM SamMax
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** The Creator/MangaEntertainment/Animaze dub has its own examole on the swearing and whether or not it hurts the film. While the dub is overall more faithful than the [[Creator/StreamlinePictures Streamline]] dub, the swearing is thought by many to have gone against Miyazaki's intentions with the film, while others don't mind. For the former group, the Discotek release includes a version of the dub that removes most of the swearing, though it's alongside the version with all the swearing intact, which should satisfy both groups.
18th Sep '16 11:22:05 PM DS9guy
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It's often cited as the Japanese equivalent of ''Film/RaidersOfTheLostArk'', to the point that Creator/JohnLasseter himself admitted that the entire fight sequence in ''Disney/TheGreatMouseDetective'' was one giant homage to ''Cagliostro''.

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It's often cited as the Japanese equivalent of ''Film/RaidersOfTheLostArk'', to the point that Creator/JohnLasseter himself admitted that the entire fight sequence in ''Disney/TheGreatMouseDetective'' was one giant homage to ''Cagliostro''.
''Film/RaidersOfTheLostArk''.
14th Jul '16 5:43:48 PM SamMax
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* SequelDisplacement: It's ironic given what people thought of it at the time, but as Miyazaki grew more and more famous, this film went on to completely overshadow most, if not all other ''Franchise/LupinIII'' works, ''Mamo'' included.

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* SequelDisplacement: It's ironic given what people thought of it at the time, but as Miyazaki grew more and more famous, this film went on to completely more or less overshadow most, if not all other ''Franchise/LupinIII'' works, ''Mamo'' included.
14th Jul '16 5:43:11 PM SamMax
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* SequelDisplacement: It's ironic given what people thought of it at the time, but as Miyazaki grew more and more famous, this film went on to completely overshadow most, if not all other ''Franchise/LupinIII'' works, ''Mamo'' included.
28th Mar '16 11:25:43 PM SamMax
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* {{Moe}}: Princess Clarisse is popular among fans, was featured in early fanworks and doujinshi, and sometimes even said to be the first "moë" character. However, see below…


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* {{Moe}}: Princess Clarisse is popular among fans, was featured in early fanworks and doujinshi, and sometimes even said to be the first "moë" character. However, see above…
27th Mar '16 2:12:54 PM SamMax
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* BetterOnDVD: Among other things, Creator/DiscotekMedia's DVD and Blu-Ray releases not only restore the opening sequence that was absent from the 2006 DVD, but includes both Creator/StreamlinePictures and Creator/MangaEntertainment's dubs, as well as a "family friendly" version of the latter dub, making it easier to compare them and decide which one you prefer.
11th Sep '15 9:36:48 PM crazysamaritan
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It's often cited as the Japanese equivalent of ''Film/RaidersOfTheLostArk'', to the point that Creator/JohnLasseter himself admitted that the entire fight sequence in T''Disney/heGreatMouseDetective'' was one giant homage to ''Cagliostro''.

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It's often cited as the Japanese equivalent of ''Film/RaidersOfTheLostArk'', to the point that Creator/JohnLasseter himself admitted that the entire fight sequence in T''Disney/heGreatMouseDetective'' ''Disney/TheGreatMouseDetective'' was one giant homage to ''Cagliostro''.
11th Sep '15 9:35:38 PM crazysamaritan
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* MagnificentBastard: Lupin, even when made more heroic, is still this.

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* MagnificentBastard: Lupin, even when made more heroic, is still this.a devious plotter, manipulating people by reason and emotion.



* VindicatedByHistory: When Miyazaki made this movie, he put his own spin on the Lupin character, toning him down from the raunchier, more manic version depicted in the manga and animated series (apart from the second half of "Green Jacket", which Miyazaki and Takahata directed). As a result, it flopped in Japan when it was first released – the people who liked Lupin for what it was were turned off, and the people who ''didn't'' like Lupin didn't have any reason to watch the movie since no one in 1979 had heard of Hayao Miyazaki. It was only years later, when Miyazaki gained recognition for his original works with Creator/StudioGhibli, and more people watched the movie without any prior ''Lupin'' experience, that it belatedly gained a reputation as a classic. Other animators in both Japan and America liked it and would ShoutOut to it, which drew people in to discover what was being (often subtly) referenced.
** It's often cited as the Japanese equivalent of RaidersOfTheLostArk, to the point that JohnLasseter himself admitted that the entire fight sequence in TheGreatMouseDetective was one giant homage to Cagliostro.

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* VindicatedByHistory: When Miyazaki made this movie, he put his own spin on the Lupin character, toning him down from the raunchier, more manic version depicted in the manga and animated series (apart from the second half of "Green Jacket", which Miyazaki and Takahata directed). As a result, it flopped in Japan when it was first released – the people who liked Lupin for what it was were turned off, and the people who ''didn't'' like Lupin didn't have any reason to watch the movie since no one in 1979 had heard of Hayao Miyazaki. It was only years later, when Miyazaki gained recognition for his original works with Creator/StudioGhibli, and more people watched the movie without any prior ''Lupin'' experience, that it belatedly gained a reputation as a classic. Other animators in both Japan and America liked it and would ShoutOut to it, which drew people in to discover what was being (often subtly) referenced. \n** \\
It's often cited as the Japanese equivalent of RaidersOfTheLostArk, ''Film/RaidersOfTheLostArk'', to the point that JohnLasseter Creator/JohnLasseter himself admitted that the entire fight sequence in TheGreatMouseDetective T''Disney/heGreatMouseDetective'' was one giant homage to Cagliostro.
''Cagliostro''.
11th Sep '15 7:21:40 PM emillang1000
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** It's now considered (like most Miyazaki films) an absolute classic, often cited as the Japanese equivalent of RaidersOfTheLostArk.

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** It's now considered (like most Miyazaki films) an absolute classic, often cited as the Japanese equivalent of RaidersOfTheLostArk.
RaidersOfTheLostArk, to the point that JohnLasseter himself admitted that the entire fight sequence in TheGreatMouseDetective was one giant homage to Cagliostro.
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