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The Castle of Cagliostro

Special Edition DVD cover.
Directed by Hayao Miyazaki
Produced by Tetsuo Katayama
Written by Hayao Miyazaki (original story and script)
Haruya Yamazaki (script)
Based on comics by Monkey Punch
Starring Yasuo Yamada,
Kiyoshi Kobayashi,
Goro Naya
Cinematography Hirokata Takahashi
Editing by Mitsutoshi Tsurubuchi
Distributed by Toho (Japan),
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (USA)
Running time 100 min
Language Japanese
Preceded by Mystery of Mamo
Followed by The Legend of the Gold of Babylon
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Lupin III: The Castle of Cagliostro (ルパン三世 カリオストロの城 Rupan Sansei: Kariosutoro no Shiro?) is a 1979 anime film co-written and directed by Hayao Miyazaki; it is one of the master thief Lupin III movies. Image File history File links The_Castle_of_Cagliostro. ... Hayao Miyazaki (宮崎 駿, Miyazaki Hayao), born January 5, 1941 in Tokyo, is a director of animation films and a co-founder of the animation studio, Studio Ghibli. ... Monkey Punch Monkey Punch (モンキー・パンチ) is the pen name of manga artist Kazuhiko Katō (加藤一彦 Katō Kazuhiko, born May 26, 1937), creator of the successful Japanese manga series Lupin III. He was born in Hamanakachō, Hokkaidō. Katō first started to work as a manga artist under the pen name Kazuhiko Katō (加東一彦 Kat... Yasuo Yamada Yasuo Yamada (康雄山田) (10 September 1932–19 March 1995) was a Japanese voice actor. ... Kiyoshi Kobayashi (小林清志) (b. ... Goro Naya (納谷悟朗 Naya Gorō, born November 17, 1929) is a veteran seiyÅ« who was born in Hakodate. ... The English-language version of Tohos famous logo, used from the early 1960s to the late 1990s. ... For alternate meanings of MGM, see MGM (disambiguation). ... Template:Action-film-stub Mystery of Mamo (Japanese title: Rupan sansei, Rupan tai Kuroon, & Rupan sansei: Mamo karano chousen) was a 1978 movie directed by Soji Yoshikawa and written by Atsushi Yamatoya and Soji Yoshikawa. ... Lupin III: The Legend of the Gold of Babylon (Japanese title: Rupan sansei: Babiron no Ogon densetsu) was a 1985 movie. ... For the song by the Smashing Pumpkins, see 1979 (song). ... The main cast of the anime Cowboy Bebop (1998) (L to R: Spike Spiegel, Jet Black, Ed Tivrusky, Faye Valentine, and Ein the dog) For the oleo-resin, see Animé (oleo-resin). ... Film is a term that encompasses individual motion pictures, the field of film as an art form, and the motion picture industry. ... Hayao Miyazaki (宮崎 駿, Miyazaki Hayao), born January 5, 1941 in Tokyo, is a director of animation films and a co-founder of the animation studio, Studio Ghibli. ... Everyday instance of theft: the bike which fits on this wheel has disappeared. ... This does not adequately cite its references or sources. ...


The second animated Lupin III movie and arguably the most famous, Castle of Cagliostro was written and directed by Hayao Miyazaki (who also co-directed the first Lupin III TV series and directed two episodes of the second) before he formed Studio Ghibli. Cagliostro features gentleman thief Lupin III, grandson to Maurice Leblanc's French literary master thief Arsène Lupin. Some fans of the original manga version of Lupin III dislike this movie as Lupin comes across as too good-natured where the original Lupin III was a cynical, playboy character. However, Monkey Punch mentioned he particularly liked the film, although he did not quite agree with Miyazaki's interpretation. This does not adequately cite its references or sources. ... Studio Ghibli Inc. ... In the Victorian vernacular, a gentleman thief is a particularly well-behaving and apparently well bred thief. ... Arsène Lupin III is a fictional character in Kazuhiko Katōs (a. ... Maurice Leblanc Maurice Leblanc Maurice-marie-émile Leblanc (11 December 1864 - 6 November 1941) was a French novelist and writer of short stories, known primarily as the creator of the fictional gentleman thief and detective Arsène Lupin, often described as a French counterpart to Conan Doyles creation Sherlock... Arsène Lupin is the name of a fictional gentleman thief who appears in a book series of detective fiction / crime fiction novels written by French writer Maurice Leblanc, as well as a number of non-canonical sequels and numerous film, television, stage play and comic book adaptations. ... Monkey Punch Monkey Punch (モンキー・パンチ) is the pen name of manga artist Kazuhiko Katō (加藤一彦 Katō Kazuhiko, born May 26, 1937), creator of the successful Japanese manga series Lupin III. He was born in Hamanakachō, Hokkaidō. Katō first started to work as a manga artist under the pen name Kazuhiko Katō (加東一彦 Kat...


In the wake of the runaway success of interactive movie game Dragon's Lair, footage from Castle of Cagliostro was adapted into the laserdisc arcade game Cliff Hanger. One of the first laserdisc games, Dragons Lair, was developed during the Golden Age of Arcade Games An interactive movie is a video game genre composed entirely of full-motion video of either animated or live-action footage. ... Dragons Lair was one of the first laserdisc video games, released in June 1983 by Cinematronics. ... This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ... Cliff Hanger was a laser disc game released by Stern Electronics in 1983. ...


Originally dubbed and released in 1991 by Streamline Pictures, a new dub was recorded by Manga Entertainment in 2000 and changed the tone of many characters. It is debatable which dub was better in quality. 1991 (MCMXCI) was a common year starting on Tuesday of the Gregorian calendar. ... This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ... Manga Entertainment is a licensor and distributor of Japanese animation (anime) in the United States and United Kingdom. ... 2000 (MM) was a leap year starting on Saturday of the Gregorian calendar. ...


The title alludes to La Comtesse de Cagliostro (The Countess of Cagliostro), the title of an original Arséne Lupin adventure by Maurice Leblanc). Maurice Leblanc Maurice Leblanc Maurice-marie-émile Leblanc (11 December 1864 - 6 November 1941) was a French novelist and writer of short stories, known primarily as the creator of the fictional gentleman thief and detective Arsène Lupin, often described as a French counterpart to Conan Doyles creation Sherlock...

Contents

Plot

Spoiler warning: Plot and/or ending details follow.

The action is set in the (fictional) Duchy of Cagliostro—a tiny country (the smallest country in the United Nations according to Lupin) that appears to be a conglomeration of various old-world European locales. The Duchy is a land of Mountains and Lakes, with a castle town and a still-functionning Roman aqueduct. The police is composed of the Royal Guard, who also have military attributions, and a group of assassins called the "Shadow". The foundation of the U.N. The United Nations (UN) is an international organization whose stated aims are to facilitate co-operation in international law, international security, economic development, social progress and human rights issues. ... A castle town is a kind of town or city where residents live surrounding the castle at the center. ... Pont du Gard, France, a Roman aqueduct built circa 19 BC. It is one of Frances top tourist attractions and a World Heritage Site. ...


The movie starts out with Arsene Lupin III and cohort Daisuke Jigen doing what they do best, escaping pursuit after having robbed the national casino of Monaco—only to discover that their entire haul is counterfeit. The bills are of amazingly high quality and could be none other than the legendary 'goat bills'—perfect counterfeits that have been used to rock the economies of nations since the invention of paper money. Daisuke Jigen is a fictional character in Kazuhiko Katōs anime and manga series Lupin III. Daisuke Jigen (次元大介 Jigen Daisuke) is Lupins marksman. ... For other uses, see Counterfeit (disambiguation). ...


When Lupin was just getting started as a professional thief, he was almost killed while searching for the source of the goat bills. He decides that it is time to take another chance, and the two head off to the Duchy of Cagliostro.


Shortly after arriving, they rescue a young girl from a car full of thugs, only to let her get captured again when Lupin is knocked unconscious after tumbling down a cliff. They later discover that she is the late grand duke's daughter and is engaged to be married to the evil count.


The count wants to recover the ancient treasure of the Cagliostro family, and needs the princess's ring in order to find it. Wackiness, chases and intrigue ensue. Treasure (from Greek θησαυρος; thesaurus, meaning a treasure of words, is a cognate) is a concentration of riches, often one which is considered lost or forgotten until being rediscovered. ...


Lupin's former lover, sometimes enemy/friend Fujiko Mine shows up as an employee in the castle, cohort and master swordsman Goemon Ishikawa XIII is called in to help the gang in their final assault on the castle, and Lupin arch-rival Interpol agent and inspector Koichi Zenigata even finds himself allied with Lupin and company in order to expose the count. Fujiko Mine is a fictional character in Kazuhiko Katōs anime and manga series Lupin III. Every Superman has his Kryptonite, and in Lupins case, he has two. ... Goemon Ishikawa is a fictional character in Kazuhiko Katōs anime and manga series Lupin III. Goemon Ishikawa (石川五ェ門 Ishikawa Goemon) is the thirteenth generation of renegade samurai, beginning with the real-life historical figure Ishikawa Goemon (石川五右衛門). He is usually quiet and participates in Lupins exploits less frequently than Jigen. ... Interpol, or International Criminal Police Organization, was established as The International Criminal Police Commission in 1923 to assist international criminal police cooperation. ... Koichi Zenigata is a fictional character in Kazuhiko Katōs anime and manga series Lupin III. Inspector Zenigata (銭形警部 Zenigata-keibu), full name Koichi Zenigata (銭形幸一 Zenigata Kōichi) has made it his mission in life to arrest Lupin. ...


Releases

In 1979, Toho released the original theatrical version. In 1991, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer created a subtitled version for American theatres. MGM/UA Home Video released the film on VHS in 1992 (dubbed by Carl Macek's Streamline Pictures), and Best Film and Video Corp. released it on VHS in 1993 (again using the Streamline dub). In 2000, Manga Entertainment created an all-new dub. The English-language version of Tohos famous logo, used from the early 1960s to the late 1990s. ... For alternate meanings of MGM, see MGM (disambiguation). ... For alternate meanings of MGM, see MGM (disambiguation). ... Carl Macek is an American writer and anime producer of the 1980s and 1990s. ... This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ... Manga Entertainment is a licensor and distributor of Japanese animation (anime) in the United States and United Kingdom. ...

1992 VHS cover
1992 VHS cover

Streamline's dub, while lauded for the overall acting talent of the voice cast, has been widely criticized for its picture cropping and retiming of the opening credits to remove all traces of Japanese writings, as well as for liberties taken with the translation of its dialogue. Most famously, Goemon's signature line, "Once again I have cut a worthless object" — uttered as Goemon slashes Lupin's burning clothing off — was altered by Macek into "Should've worn an asbestos suit." Image File history File links Download high-resolution version (813x1460, 218 KB) Summary The 1992 cover for the Streamline/MGM dub of Lupin III: The Castle of Cagliostro. I added the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer presents line above the title, so this is one of my videocassettes scanned to the computer... Image File history File links Download high-resolution version (813x1460, 218 KB) Summary The 1992 cover for the Streamline/MGM dub of Lupin III: The Castle of Cagliostro. I added the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer presents line above the title, so this is one of my videocassettes scanned to the computer...


Manga's new dub of Cagliostro has been lauded for its overall faithfulness to the original Japanese dialogue, but criticized for its unnecessary addition of profanity in some scenes. In addition, Manga's original DVD release has been criticized for lacking an anamorphic transfer or any extras apart from previews for other Manga Video releases, and in the way its English titles are hard-matted onto the movie's video image, obscuring parts of the screen behind them. Look up Profanity in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ... Anamorphic widescreen is a cinematography and photography technique for capturing a widescreen picture on standard 35mm film. ...


Optimum Releasing re-released Cagliostro in the UK after Manga Entertainment lost its license in the UK. The new DVD features an anamorphic widescreen print with the original Japanese audio track as well as the Streamline dub, both in Stereo. Optimum Releasing is a film distribution company working in the UK The company releases many film, but is perhaps best known for its Anime releases, including the contract to release all Studio Ghibli films in the UK http://www. ...


As noted in DVD Aficionado and The Right Stuf, Manga released a new "special edition" DVD of Cagliostro with a street date of August 29, 2006. The disc is double-sided with the movie on side A and the extras on side B. It includes a new digital transfer; Manga's English dub in 2.0 and 5.1 surround plus Japanese, Spanish, and French language tracks in mono; the complete movie in storyboard format, accompanied by Japanese audio with English subtitles; an original Japanese trailer; a sketch and still gallery; a 26-minute interview with animation director Yasuo Ōtsuka; and animated menus. (Early rumors had indicated the disc would also include a Lupin cosplayer photo gallery and an interview with Lupin III creator Monkey Punch; however, these do not appear in the final release.) The movie is presented in 16:9 anamorphic widescreen; however, the opening credits, which feature Lupin and Jigen slowly making their way across Europe to the song "Fire Treasure", have been heavily re-edited to remove the Japanese credits, instead using selected still-frames of scenes that appear without Japanese writing. The English-translated names are superimposed over these stills. The DVD packaging of this special edition is strongly reminiscent of that of Disney's Studio Ghibli film releases. Yasuo ÅŒtsuka ) is an animator who worked with Toei Animation and [[Studio Ghibli. ... Cosplayers Cosplay ), a contraction of the English words costume and play, is a Japanese subculture centered on dressing as characters from manga, anime, tokusatsu, and video games, and, less commonly, Japanese live action television shows, fantasy movies, or Japanese pop music bands. ... Disney may refer to: The Walt Disney Company and its divisions, including Walt Disney Pictures. ... Studio Ghibli Inc. ...


Trivia

Clarisse
  • The march played during the wedding of Clarisse and the Count is actually a movement from J. S. Bach's "Pastorale in F".
  • Sharp-eyed viewers will note that Lupin and Jigen are not alone in the opening robbery. The top of Goemon's head and sword can be seen in the back window of the car when Lupin throws the money out of the sunroof. This explains why the casino security force's cars fell apart so readily a few moments before; Goemon had cut them apart with his sword.
  • Every weapon used in the film really exists, including the MP-40 submachine gun, MG-34 machine gun, and PTRS anti-tank rifle. In addition, Lupin and Clarisse's cars in the car chase scene are also real. They are the Fiat 500 and Citroën 2CV respectively.
  • There was a real-life historical figure named Alessandro Cagliostro; he was an infamous alchemist, Freemason, and forger who was implicated in the affair of the diamond necklace, an incident that led up to the French Revolution. His iconic standing in French history subsequently led to his appearance or mention in many works of French literature, including Leblanc's Arsène Lupin tales. Early in his career, the original Arsène Lupin crossed swords with Countess Cagliostro, who was either a descendant of Cagliostro or his alchemically-long-lived daughter. Subsequently, she kidnapped Lupin's firstborn son and raised him to challenge his illustrious father in a very long-ranged scheme of revenge. There seems to be no direct connection between the Count Cagliostro of this movie and the Countess Cagliostro of Arsène Lupin's, though his apparent age could make him her son or nephew.
  • Castle Cagliostro bears a striking resemblance to the title castle in the Castlevania series of video games.

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References and Homages

  • Castle of Cagliostro along with its title, includes elements that were seen in other Arsène Lupin works, as well. One Arsène Lupin tale involved the discovery of a tremendous stash of forged Franc notes with which World War I-era Germany had planned to destabilize the French economy. Another featured a secret treasure hidden at the bottom of a lake.
  • There is a long-standing rumor that Steven Spielberg saw Castle of Cagliostro when it was shown at the Cannes film festival and called its car chase one of the greatest chase sequences ever filmed, and/or called Cagliostro "one of the greatest adventure movies of all time." While this rumor has not been specifically verified, Manga Video considered it credible enough to mention on the back cover of its 2000 DVD release and the front cover of its 2006 "Special Edition" DVD release.
  • Sayako Kuroda, formerly Her Imperial Highness The Princess Nori (Sayako) of Japan, is known for being a a fan of anime, especially Miyazaki's works, and had a replica of Clarrise's dress made for her wedding in 2005.
  • In the original Streamline dub, when Wolf (Lupin) loosens one of the gears in the clock tower and sends Count Cagliostro's men running for their lives, one of them lets out the Wilhelm scream.
  • A Cagliostro in-joke appears in episode 24 of Macross/Robotech, where a suspiciously Lupin-like blue-jacketed figure is shown playing a video game that re-enacts Cagliostro's car chase scene.
  • A modified version of the Cagliostro poster featuring a blonde "Lupin" and a nun resembling Clarisse appears on the wall of Rikdo Koshi's apartment in the first episode of Excel Saga. Episode 12 also features a Cagliostro homage, with Nabeshin holding rings similar to the ones that appear in the film; however, they feature the faces of Excel Saga characters Excel and Hyatt rather than the goats. Watanabe had previously directed the Lupin TV Special Da Capo of Love: Fujiko's Unlucky Days
  • The Disney film The Great Mouse Detective shares many similar scenes, particularly the fight in the clocktower. Disney was accused of plagiarism[citation needed], although no lawsuits were ever filed.
  • Batman: The Animated Series features a few Cagliostro references, most notably in the episode "The Clock King" (the clocktower fight) and the movie Mask of the Phantasm (Batman being washed down the sewer matches shot-for-shot Lupin being washed down the aqueduct).
  • Gary Trousdale, co-director of Disney's Atlantis: The Lost Empire, has admitted that a scene at the end of Atlantis, where the waters receded from the sunken city, was directly inspired by a similar scene from Cagliostro.
  • In episode 3 of anime series Here is Greenwood, high-school students are shown re-enacting the clock-tower scene as part of a cultural fair.
  • In Animation Runner Kuromi, some of the characters were inspired to enter the animation business after watching Luis Monde III, a fictitious series that appears to be a reference to Lupin III.
  • In one episode of the anime FLCL, Naota's (the main character) father is dressed in a red-coated Lupin III costume. When Naota makes an observation of this, the father asks if Naota prefers the green "Cagliostro version."
  • The car chase scene from Castle of Cagliostro is parodied in an early episode of the Sgt. Frog anime. Two people resembling Lupin and Jigen are driving down a narrow country road in a similar car, when Aki Hinata forces them up the nearby cliff face and into the air. "Lupin" has an afro and "Jigen" wears a sun dress and straw hat.

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Full cast

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Streamline dub

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Manga Video English dub

  • David Hayter as Arsene Lupin III (credited as "Sean Barker")
  • John Snyder as Daisuke Jigen (credited as "Ivan Buckley")
  • Richard Epcar as Ishikawa Goemon XIII
  • Dorothy Elias-Fahn as Fujiko Mine (credited as "Dorothy Melendrez")
  • Dougary Grant as Inspector Koichi Zenigata
  • Kirk Thornton as Count Cagliostro (credited as "Sparky Thornton")
  • Bridget Hoffman as Lady Clarisse d'Cagliostro (credited as "Ruby Marlowe")
  • The late Barry Stigler as the groundskeeper (credited as "Gil Starberry")
  • Milton James as Jodo (credited as "Richard Barnes")
  • Joe Romersa as Gustav
  • Bambi Darro as the waitress
  • Jamieson K. Price as an Interpol officer (credited as "James Lyon")

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Additional voices

  • Sensil Astoroth
  • William Bassett (credited as "Fred Bloggs")
  • Lauren Benjamin
  • Beau Billingslea (credited as "John Daniels")
  • Frank Catalano (credited as "Wayne Anthony")
  • Susan Chavez
  • Christopher Cunnington
  • Bambi Darro
  • Andrew Ebert
  • Michael Forest (credited as "Alfred Thor")
  • Gloria Gines
  • Kevin Guy
  • David Jeffries
  • Marlon Mann
  • Jeff Nimoy
  • Daran Norris (credited as "Jack Hammer")
  • Richard Plantagenet
  • Elliot Reynolds
  • Paul St. Peter (credited as "George C. Cole")
  • Adam Sholder
  • Peter Spellos (credited as "G. Gordon Baer")
  • Carol Stanzione
  • B.D. Vesbite
  • Keith Roger Washington
  • David Waterhouse
  • Tom Wyner (credited as "Abe Lasser")
  • Ken Zhee

Beau M. Billingslea is an American actor and voice actor. ... Frank Catalano (born March 9, 1938 in Elmhurst, IL) is a voice actor who is also known as Anthony Wayne. ... Gerald Michael Charlebois, better known as Michael Forest (born April 17, 1929 in Harvey, North Dakota, USA), is an American voice actor who has voiced in many anime titles. ... Jeff Nimoy is a voice actor. ... Daran Norris Nordlund (born November 1, 1964), also known as Jack Hammer, James Penrod, Justin Shyder, Bob Thomas, and Rob Thomas, is an actor, principally known for his voice work. ... Paul Schmidl Peter (born April 26, 1958 in Minneapolis, MN), better known as Paul St. ... Peter Spellos is a voice actor. ... Thomas Halperin Wyner (Born June 16, 1947) is a British-American voice actor for anime series who usually gets tough guy or villain roles. ...

Spanish dub

Ricardo Tejedo is a Latin American voice actor who is the Spanish voice of Lupin III. Categories: | | | | | ... Gabriel Chavez is a Latin American voice actor who was the voice of Daisuke Jigen in the Mexican/Latin American dub of Lupin III. He was also the masculine-souding version of Tsubasa Kurenai in the Cloverway Spanish dub of Ranma ½. Other voice Gabriel Chavez did was the Cancer Man... Benjamin Rivera is a Latin American voice actor. ... Belinda Martinez is a Latin American voice actress who was the Spanish voice of Fujiko Mine in the Mexican/Latin American dub of Lupin III. She also was the Mexican/Latin American voice of Queen Beryl in Sailor Moon. ... Alan Miró is a Latin American voice actor. ... Xóchtil Ugarte (born 1970) is a Latin American voice actress. ... Enrique Mederos was a Latin American voice actor best known for his voice of Mewtwo in Pokemon: The First Movie. ... Gerardo Reyero is a Latin American voice actor. ... Maria Fernanda Morales is a Latin American voice actress. ... Guillermo Sauceda is a Latin American voice actor. ... Carlos Hugo Hidalgo is a Latin American voice actor. ...

Interpol councilmembers

Alejandro Illescas is a Latin American voice actor. ... Enrique Mederos was a Latin American voice actor best known for his voice of Mewtwo in Pokemon: The First Movie. ... Moises Palacios is a Latin American voice actor. ...

External links


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The Works of Hayao Miyazaki
Films Director, Screenplay, and Storyboard: The Castle of CagliostroNausicaä of the Valley of the WindCastle in the SkyMy Neighbor TotoroKiki's Delivery ServicePorco RossoPrincess MononokeSpirited AwayHowl's Moving CastlePonyo on a Cliff
Screenplay and Storyboard: Panda! Go, Panda!Whisper of the Heart
Chief Animator and Concept Artist: Gulliver's Travels Beyond the MoonHorus: Prince of the SunPuss in BootsFlying Ghost ShipAnimal Treasure IslandAli Baba and the Forty Thieves
TV Series Director, Screenplay, and Storyboard: Lupin IIIConan, The Boy in FutureSherlock Hound
Scene Design and Layout: Heidi, Girl of the Alps3000 Leagues in Search of MotherAnne of Green Gables
OVA Director, Screenplay, and Storyboard: Lupin III's Greatest Capers
Manga Story and Art: Nausicaä of the Valley of the WindHayao Miyazaki's Daydream Data Notes
Misc. Director, Screenplay, and Storyboards: On Your MarkMei and the KittenbusMizugumo Monmon
Future Projects: I Lost My Little Boy
  Lupin III
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Characters
Arsène Lupin III • Daisuke Jigen Goemon Ishikawa XIII Fujiko Mine Inspector Koichi Zenigata
Manga
Lupin III • Brat Lupin • Lupin III - World's Most Wanted • Lupin III S Lupin III Y Lupin III Magazine • Lupin III M
Anime
Television Series: Lupin III (Episode list) • Shin Lupin III (Episode list) • Lupin VIII • Lupin III Part III (Episode list)
Movies: Strange Psychokinetic Strategy Mystery of Mamo The Castle of Cagliostro Legend of the Gold of Babylon • Farewell to Nostradamus Dead or Alive
OVAs: The Fuma Conspiracy Return of the Magician
TV Specials: Bye-Bye Lady Liberty • Mystery of the Hemingway Papers Steal Napoleon's Dictionary! From Russia With Love Orders to Assassinate Lupin Burn, Zantetsuken! The Pursuit of Harimao's Treasure The Secret of Twilight Gemini In Memory of the Walther P-38 • Memories of the Flame: Tokyo Crisis • Da Capo of Love: Fujiko's Unlucky Days • $1 Money Wars Alcatraz Connection Episode 0: First Contact • Operation: Return the Treasure • Stolen Lupin Angel Tactics Seven Days Rhapsody
Video games
Lupin the 3rd: Pandora no Isan • SD Lupin III Kinko Yaburi Daisakusen • Lupin the 3rd: Castle of Cagliostro • Lupin the 3rd: Legend of the Gold of Babylon • Lupin the 3rd: Densetsu No Hihou wo Oe! • Lupin the 3rd: The sage of Pyramid • Lupin III: Umi ni Kieta Hihou • Lupin the 3rd: Treasure of the Sorcerer King • Cliff Hanger
Misc.
Monkey Punch Yasuo Ōtsuka • Yuji Ohno Charlie Kosei Yasuo Yamada Greatest Capers


Hayao Miyazaki (宮崎 駿, Miyazaki Hayao), born January 5, 1941 in Tokyo, is a director of animation films and a co-founder of the animation studio, Studio Ghibli. ... Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind ) is a 1984 film by Japanese writer, illustrator, and filmmaker Hayao Miyazaki, based on his manga of the same name. ... Laputa: Castle in the Sky ) (re-titled Castle in the Sky for release in the United States) is a film written and directed by Hayao Miyazaki, released in 1986. ... My Neighbor Totoro ), or My Neighbour Totoro on UK DVD box titles, is a 1988 film written and directed by Hayao Miyazaki and produced by Studio Ghibli. ... Kikis Delivery Service (, Witchs Delivery Service) is a 1989 anime film, produced, written and directed by Hayao Miyazaki . ... Porco Rosso , lit. ... Princess Mononoke ) is a Japanese animated film by Hayao Miyazaki that was first released in Japan on July 12, 1997 and in the United States on October 29, 1999 in select cities and on November 26, 1999. ... Spirited Away, originally known in Japan as Sen to Chihiro no Kamikakushi ), is an Academy Award winning 2001 film by the Japanese anime studio Studio Ghibli, written and directed by famed animator Hayao Miyazaki. ... Howls Moving Castle ) is an Academy Award-nominated Japanese anime, Romance/Fantasy film based on Diana Wynne Jones novel of the same name and directed by Hayao Miyazaki of Studio Ghibli. ... Ponyo on a Cliff ) is an animated film by the Japanese anime studio Studio Ghibli, to be written and directed by famed anime filmmaker Hayao Miyazaki. ... Panda! Go Panda! is a 1972 Japanese anime written by Hayao Miyazaki and directed by Isao Takahata, predating Studio Ghibli. ... Whisper of the Heart , literally If You Listen Closely) is the ninth anime feature film produced by Studio Ghibli, and a manga by Aoi Hiiragi on which it was based. ... Gullivers Travels Beyond the Moon , Gullivers Space Journey) (also known as Space Gulliver) is a 1965 Japanese animated feature which was released in the United States in 1966. ... Horus: Prince of the Sun (太陽の王子ホルスの大冒険 Taiyo no oji: Horusu no daiboken) was a Japanese anime film released in 1968 by Toei Animation. ... Puss in Boots ) is a Japanese anime movie released in 1969. ... Flying Phantom Ship (Japanese: Sora tobu yûreisen, Russian: , Letayushchiy korabl-prizrak) is a 1969 anime feature film directed by Lev Atamanov and Hiroshi Ikeda and produced by Toei Animation. ... This does not adequately cite its references or sources. ... Conan, The Boy in Future , lit. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards and make it more accessible to a general audience, this article may require cleanup. ... Arupusu no Shoujo Haiji, or Heidi, Girl of the Alps was a very popular anime series made by the animation studio Zuiyo Eizo (which later became Nippon Animation) in 1974, directed by Isao Takahata and featuring scene design and layout by Hayao Miyazaki. ... 3000 Leagues in Search of Mother ) is an anime series directed by Isao Takahata and aired in 1976. ... Akage no Anne (Anne with the Red Hair) ) is an animated television series, adapted from the Anne of Green Gables novels, produced by Nippon Animation in Japan in 1979. ... Lupin III: Greatest Capers is a compilation of two episodes from the second Lupin III television series that was released on video from Streamline Pictures. ... This article is about a manga. ... Hayao Miyazakis Daydream Data Notes ) collects Hayao Miyazakis (very sporadic) manga contributions to various hobby magazines during the 1980s and early 90s. ... The two policemen drive the winged girl to safety. ... Mei and the Kittenbus ) is a short sequel to the 1988 film My Neighbor Totoro from Studio Ghibli. ... Mizugumo Monmon (or Water Spider Monmon) is a short animated film produced by the famed animé studio Studio Ghibli. ... I Lost My Little Boy was reported to be Hayao Miyazakis next, and last, film project. ... This does not adequately cite its references or sources. ... Arsène Lupin III is a fictional character in Kazuhiko Katōs (a. ... Daisuke Jigen is a fictional character in Kazuhiko Katōs anime and manga series Lupin III. Daisuke Jigen (次元大介 Jigen Daisuke) is Lupins marksman. ... Goemon Ishikawa is a fictional character in Kazuhiko Katōs anime and manga series Lupin III. Goemon Ishikawa (石川五ェ門 Ishikawa Goemon) is the thirteenth generation of renegade samurai, beginning with the real-life historical figure Ishikawa Goemon (石川五右衛門). He is usually quiet and participates in Lupins exploits less frequently than Jigen. ... Fujiko Mine is a fictional character in Kazuhiko Katōs anime and manga series Lupin III. Every Superman has his Kryptonite, and in Lupins case, he has two. ... Koichi Zenigata is a fictional character in Kazuhiko Katōs anime and manga series Lupin III. Inspector Zenigata (銭形警部 Zenigata-keibu), full name Koichi Zenigata (銭形幸一 Zenigata Kōichi) has made it his mission in life to arrest Lupin. ... This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ... This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ... This is a complete episode guide from the Lupin III anime series. ... This is a complete episode guide from the Shin Lupin III anime series. ... This is a complete episode guide from the Lupin III Part III anime series. ... Lupin III: Strange Psychokinetic Strategy (Japanese title: Rupan sansei: Nenrikichan sakusen) was the first Lupin III movie, and was actually a live-action film. ... Template:Action-film-stub Mystery of Mamo (Japanese title: Rupan sansei, Rupan tai Kuroon, & Rupan sansei: Mamo karano chousen) was a 1978 movie directed by Soji Yoshikawa and written by Atsushi Yamatoya and Soji Yoshikawa. ... Lupin III: Farewell to Nostradamus (Japanese title: Rupan sansei: Kutabare! Nastradamus) was a 1995 movie. ... Lupin III: Dead or Alive (Japanese title: Rupan sansei: Dead or Alive) was a 1996 movie. ... The Plot of the Fuma Clan, released in the United States as The Fuma Conspiracy, is Arsene Lupin IIIs 1st direct-to-video adventure, and the first Lupin adventure since the pilot to not feature Yasuo Yamada as Lupin. ... Return of the Magician is an OVA based on the Lupin III animated series. ... Bye-Bye Liberty Crisis (also known as Bye-Bye Lady Liberty or Goodbye Lady Liberty) is the first in a series of feature-length television specials based on the Lupin III animated series. ... Mystery of the Hemingway Papers is a television special based on the Lupin III animated series. ... Steal Napoleons Dictionary! is a television special based on the Lupin III animated series. ... This page is about the OVA. For the 1963 movie, see From Russia With Love (movie) From Russia With Love is a television special based on the Lupin III animated series. ... Orders to Assassinate Lupin (Rupan Ansatsu Shirei, in its original Japanese) was the fifth in a series of feature-length television specials created in the animated series Lupin III. When this production was released in North America, it was entitled Voyage to Danger, due to a mandate by the original... Burn, Zantetsuken! is the 1994 television special based on the Lupin III animated series. ... The Pursuit of Harimaos Treasure is a television special based on the Lupin III animated series. ... The Secret of Twilight Gemini is the 1996 television special based on the Lupin III animated series. ... In Memory of the Walther P-38 is a television special based on the Lupin III animated series. ... $1 Money Wars is a television special based on the Lupin III animated series. ... Alcatraz Connection is a television special based on the Lupin III animated series. ... Stolen Lupin is a television special based on the Lupin III animated series. ... Angel Tactics is a television special based on the Lupin III animated series. ... Seven Days Rhapsody is the 2006 television special based on the Lupin III animated series. ... Cliff Hanger was a laserdisc video game released by Stern Electronics in 1983. ... Monkey Punch Monkey Punch (モンキー・パンチ) is the pen name of manga artist Kazuhiko Katō (加藤一彦 Katō Kazuhiko, born May 26, 1937), creator of the successful Japanese manga series Lupin III. He was born in Hamanakachō, Hokkaidō. Katō first started to work as a manga artist under the pen name Kazuhiko Katō (加東一彦 Kat... Yasuo ÅŒtsuka ) is an animator who worked with Toei Animation and [[Studio Ghibli. ... Yuji Ohno Yuji Ohno ) is a Japanese jazz musician. ... Charlie Kosei is a jazz musician and performer from Japan, most known for his contributions to the soundtracks of the Lupin the Third anime series. ... Yasuo Yamada Yasuo Yamada (康雄山田) (10 September 1932–19 March 1995) was a Japanese voice actor. ... Lupin III: Greatest Capers is a compilation of two episodes from the second Lupin III television series that was released on video from Streamline Pictures. ...

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Studio Ghibli Films
Pre Ghibli Films

Hols: Prince of the Sun (1968) • Panda! Go, Panda! (1972) • Lupin III: Castle of Cagliostro (1977) • Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind  (1984) Studio Ghibli Inc. ... Panda! Go Panda! is a 1972 Japanese anime written by Hayao Miyazaki and directed by Isao Takahata, predating Studio Ghibli. ... Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind ) is a 1984 film by Japanese writer, illustrator, and filmmaker Hayao Miyazaki, based on his manga of the same name. ...

Ghibli Films

Castle in the Sky (1986) • My Neighbor Totoro (1988) • Grave of the Fireflies (1988) • Kiki's Delivery Service (1989) • Only Yesterday (1991) • Porco Rosso (1992) • The Ocean Waves (1993) • Pom Poko (1994) • Whisper of the Heart (1995) • Princess Mononoke (1997) • My Neighbors the Yamadas (1999) • Spirited Away (2001) • The Cat Returns (2002) • Howl's Moving Castle (2004) • Tales from Earthsea (2006) • Ponyo on a Cliff (2008)
Laputa: Castle in the Sky ) (re-titled Castle in the Sky for release in the United States) is a film written and directed by Hayao Miyazaki, released in 1986. ... My Neighbor Totoro ), or My Neighbour Totoro on UK DVD box titles, is a 1988 film written and directed by Hayao Miyazaki and produced by Studio Ghibli. ... Grave of the Fireflies ) is a 1988 anime movie written and directed by Isao Takahata for Studio Ghibli. ... Kikis Delivery Service (, Witchs Delivery Service) is a 1989 anime film, produced, written and directed by Hayao Miyazaki . ... Only Yesterday , meaning Memories Like Falling Teardrops (more literally, Memories Like Falling Rain Drops) is sixth film by critically acclaimed director Isao Takahata (Grave of the Fireflies) and produced by Studio Ghibli. ... Porco Rosso , lit. ... The Ocean Waves (海がきこえる Umi ga Kikoeru, also commonly known as I Can Hear the Sea), is a Television Movie Anime made by Studio Ghibli. ... Pom Poko (平成狸合戦ぽんぽこ; Heisei Tanuki Gassen Ponpoko, Heisei-era Raccoon Dog War Pom Poko) (1994) is an anime (Japanese animation) film written and directed by Takahata Isao at Studio Ghibli. ... Whisper of the Heart , literally If You Listen Closely) is the ninth anime feature film produced by Studio Ghibli, and a manga by Aoi Hiiragi on which it was based. ... Princess Mononoke ) is a Japanese animated film by Hayao Miyazaki that was first released in Japan on July 12, 1997 and in the United States on October 29, 1999 in select cities and on November 26, 1999. ... My Neighbors the Yamadas was directed by Isao Takahata and was released by Studio Ghibli in 1999. ... Spirited Away, originally known in Japan as Sen to Chihiro no Kamikakushi ), is an Academy Award winning 2001 film by the Japanese anime studio Studio Ghibli, written and directed by famed animator Hayao Miyazaki. ... The Cat Returns , lit. ... Howls Moving Castle ) is an Academy Award-nominated Japanese anime, Romance/Fantasy film based on Diana Wynne Jones novel of the same name and directed by Hayao Miyazaki of Studio Ghibli. ... Tales from Earthsea , loosely Geds War Chronicles) is a feature anime film from Studio Ghibli, released in Japan on July 29, 2006,[1] to be distributed in the USA by Walt Disney Pictures and in Australia by Madman Entertainment. ... Ponyo on a Cliff ) is an animated film by the Japanese anime studio Studio Ghibli, to be written and directed by famed anime filmmaker Hayao Miyazaki. ...

Studio Ghibli Shorts

Nandarou (1992) • On Your Mark (1995) • Ghiblies (2000) • Ghiblies Episode II (2002) • Mei and the Kittenbus (2003) • The Night of Taneyamagahara (2006) The two policemen drive the winged girl to safety. ... Mei and the Kittenbus ) is a short sequel to the 1988 film My Neighbor Totoro from Studio Ghibli. ... Cover of Taneyamagahara no Yoru DVD. The Night of Taneyamagahara ) is an anime short film directed by Kazuo Oga and released by Studio Ghibli. ...

See also...

Ghibli Museum • Katsuya Kondō • Yoshifumi Kondō • Gorō  Miyazaki • Hayao Miyazaki • Kazuo Oga • Yasuo Ōtsuka • Toshio Suzuki • Isao Takahata • Ghibli Museum, Mitaka A life-size model of a robot from the animation Castle in the Sky on top of the Ghibli Museum Ghibli Museum is a commercial museum showing off the Japanese anime work of Studio Ghibli. ... Katsuya Kondō ) is a mangaka, character designer, animator and animation director born June 2, 1963 in Ehime Prefecture, Japan. ... Yoshifumi Kondō (近藤喜文 Kondō Yoshifumi) (March 31, 1950 – January 21, 1998) was a Japanese animator that worked for Studio Ghibli in his last years. ... Gorō Miyazaki during a TV interview Gorō Miyazaki (宮崎吾朗, Miyazaki Gorō) was born on January 21, 1967 in Tokyo, Japan, the son of Japanese animation director Hayao Miyazaki. ... Hayao Miyazaki (宮崎 駿, Miyazaki Hayao), born January 5, 1941 in Tokyo, is a director of animation films and a co-founder of the animation studio, Studio Ghibli. ... This article or section needs additional references or sources. ... Yasuo ÅŒtsuka ) is an animator who worked with Toei Animation and [[Studio Ghibli. ... Toshio Suzuki (鈴木 利男 Suzuki Toshio) (b. ... Isao Takahata (高畑 勲 Takahata Isao) (born October 29, 1935) is one of the most famous directors of anime, or Japanese animated films. ...


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