Alibi Testimony Murder Case
|Title:||Alibi Testimony Murder Case|
|Japanese title:||アリバイ証言殺人事件 |
(Aribai Shōgen Satsujin Jiken)
|Original airdate:||August 26, 1996|
|Manga source:||TV Original|
|English title:||The Missing Melody|
|Dubbed episode:||Episode 31|
|English airdate:||July 14, 2004|
|Cast:||Conan Edogawa |
|Case solved by:||Kogoro Mouri (via Conan)|
|Next Conan's Hint:||Cassette tape|
|Episode director:||Masato Sato|
|Animation director:||Kumiko Shishido|
|Character Design:||Yasuhiro Moriki (design works)|
|Opening song:||Mune ga Dokidoki|
|Closing song:||Meikyū no Lovers|
|Prev episode:||« Computer Murder Case|
|Next episode:||TV Station Murder Case »|
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Kogoro, Ran, and Conan are meeting a lawyer named Souhei Tatsumi who's office is in a hotel. While there Conan picks up a phone call from Souhei's wife Kazumi Tatsumi. During the phone call, an musical melody is heard from Kazumi's side. Souhei takes over the phone call and tells his wife he will call later and asks Conan and Ran to leave so he may talk with Kogoro. Kogoro returns telling Conan and Ran he took Souhei's request to spy on Kazumi and her affair. On the way home, they spot police cars in front of a house and decide to investigate. They found out it is Souhei Tatsumi's house. Inside they learn that Kazumi was found dead in the bathtub.
Conan suspects Souhei to be the murderer but Kogoro confirms his alibi. Conan investigates the hotels and learns the hotel room beside Souhei's is reserved for guests and also learns the musical melody from a musical box alarm clock is custom made for that hotel. At Kazumi's funeral, a man named Shunzou Hirose reveals he was Kazumi's lover.
- The names of the characters in the Funimation Dub are:
- Souhei Tatsumi - Samuel Taylor
- Kazumi Tatsumi - Catherine Taylor
- Shunzou Hirose - Steve Jacobus
- This is the first episode that included a death by strangulation, which did not involve hanging.
- This is the first episode that Conan came out of hiding during his "Deduction Show," for any reason, however, he had to return to hiding to finish his deduction.
- This is the first time that the culprit used a "change the corpse's location" trick.
- This is the first case that Kogoro was used as a real alibi, where the time of the crime is involved.
|1||胸がドキドキ||Mune ga Dokidoki||The Pounding of My Heart||Mune ga Dokidoki|
|2||蘭のテーマ||Ran no Tēma||Ran's Theme||Detective Conan Original Soundtrack 1|
|3||犯人のアジト （忍び込みver.）||Hannin no Ajito (Shinobikomi ver.)||The Culprit's Hideout (Creeping In ver.)||Detective Conan Original Soundtrack 2|
|4||悪のテーマ （パート２）||Aku no Tēma (Pāto 2)||Theme of Evil (Part 2)||Detective Conan Original Soundtrack 2|
|5||沈む夕陽１||Shizumu Yūhi 1||Depressing Sunset 1||Detective Conan Original Soundtrack 2|
|6||事件現場 （謎ver.）||Jiken Genba (Nazo ver.)||Scene of the Case (Mystery ver.)||Detective Conan Original Soundtrack 2|
|7||事件現場 （オリジナルver.）||Jiken Genba (Orijinaru ver.)||Scene of the Case (Original ver.)||Detective Conan Original Soundtrack 2|
|8||犯人のアジト （いよいよver.）||Hannin no Ajito (Iyoiyo ver.)||The Culprit's Hideout (More and More ver.)||Detective Conan Original Soundtrack 2|
|9||推理 （オリジナルver.）||Suiri (Orijinaru ver.)||Deduction (Original ver.)||Detective Conan Original Soundtrack 2|
|10||対決のテーマ （落ち着きver.）||Taiketsu no Tēma (Ochitsuki ver.)||Showdown Theme (Calm ver.)||Detective Conan Original Soundtrack 2|
|11||コナンのテーマ （バラード・ヴァージョン)||Konan no Tēma (Barādo・Vājon)||Conan's Theme (Ballad ver.)||Detective Conan Original Soundtrack 1|
|12||迷宮のラヴァーズ||Meikyū no Lovers||Lovers' Labyrinth||Meikyū no Lovers|
|13||コナンの勝利||Konan no Shōri||Conan's Victory||Detective Conan Original Soundtrack 1|
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