Conan Edogawa Kidnapping Case

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Episode 43

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Title: Conan Edogawa Kidnapping Case
Japanese title: 江戸川コナン誘拐事件
(Edogawa Konan Yūkai Jiken)
Original airdate: January 13, 1997
April 2, 2011 (Remastered version)
Season: 2
Manga source: Volume 5: File 9 (049-050) ~
Volume 6: File 1 (051)
FUNimation version
English title: Conan is Kidnapped
Dubbed episode: Episode 44
English airdate: August 5, 2004
Cast: Conan Edogawa
Kogoro Mouri
Ran Mouri
Professor Agasa
Yusaku Kudo
Yukiko Kudo
Case solved by: No one.
Next Conan's Hint: Chemical fertilizer
Director: Kenji Kodama
Organizer: Kenji Kodama
Storyboard: Kenji Kodama
Episode director: Susumu Ishizaki
Animation director: Yasushi Tanaka
Opening song: Feel Your Heart
Closing song: Meikyū no Lovers
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After realizing that Conan's parents have not contacted them (Kogoro and Ran Mouri) for a long stretch of time, Ran asks when his parents will be returning from overseas. Suddenly, a woman by the name of Fumiyo Edogawa enters the Mouri Detective Agency and admits to the group that she is Conan's mother and wishes to take Conan home. Soon after, Conan revels on the idea and absolute truth that this person is indeed not his mother, as Conan does not really exist, and begins to grow anxious. Worrying that she might harm his new found "family", he goes along with Fumiyo, planning to get away and figure out the mess he's gotten himself into.


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Location: Fumiyo Edogawa's car
Victim: Conan Edogawa
Suspects: Fumiyo Edogawa
A mysterious woman Conan doesn't know claims to be Conan's mother. It sounds like she is part of the Black Organization. She has two suspicious partners, a creepy man who wears a mask and hat, and a very tall man.


  • Resolution

    Remastered version

    A remastered version of this episode aired on April 2, 2011.


    See also