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Revision as of 15:31, 20 January 2013

Episode 138-139

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Information
Title: The Final Screening Murder Case
Japanese title: 最後の上映殺人事件
(Saigo no Jouei Satsujin Jiken)
Original airdate: March 8, 1999 (Part 1)
March 15, 1999 (Part 2)
Season: 6
Manga source: Volume 23: Files 1-3 (222-224)
Case
Cast: Conan Edogawa
Ai Haibara
Detective Boys
Inspector Megure
Professor Agasa
Wataru Takagi
Detective Chiba
Case solved by: Professor Agasa (via Conan)
Next Conan's Hint: Mirror (Part 1)
Clock (Part 2)
Staff
Director: Yasuichiro Yamamoto
Kenji Kodama
Organizer: 138 Kouichi Sasaki
139 Kou Matsuzono
Storyboard: 138 Kouichi Sasaki
139 Kou Matsuzono
Episode director: 138 Kouichi Sasaki
139 Nana Harada
Animation director: 138 Masayuki Hiraoka
139 Hirobi Muranaka
Music
Opening song: TRUTH ~A Great Detective of Love~
Closing song: Still for your love
Chronology
Prev episode: « The Old Blue Castle Investigation Case
Next episode: SOS! Messages from Ayumi »
List of episodes

Characters introduced

Cast

Gadgets

Case

Situation

Part 1

The Detective Boys attend the final opening day of a theatre as it is about to be demolished. They plan to watch three films of Gomera, a parody of Godzilla. During the second film, the man who bought and planned the demolishing of the theatre is found hanged.

Suicide?

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Location: Kineka 7 Movie Theatre
Victim: Seiji Haruta
Cause of death: Hanging
Suspects: Toshiyuki Ide, Yuriko Tomosato, Akio Muramatsu, and Minoru Furuhashi

The four suspects are the theatre clerk, a photographer, theatre manager, and projector technician. The episode ends with Mitsuhiko proclaiming he saw the theatre clerk looking at herself in the mirror.

Part 2

People

  • Resolution

    Gallery

    See also