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Case Closed: The Time Bombed Skyscraper

North American DVD cover by Funimation

Kanji名探偵コナン 時計じかけの摩天楼
Revised HepburnMeitantei Konan: Tokei Jikake no Matenrō
Directed byKenji Kodama
Written byKazunari Kouchi
Based onCase Closed by Gosho Aoyama
Produced byMichihiko Suwa
  • Minami Takayama
  • Kappei Yamaguchi
  • Akira Kamiya
  • Wakana Yamazaki
  • Naoko Matsui
  • Yukiko Iwai
  • Ikue Ōtani
  • Wataru Takagi
  • Kenichi Ogata
  • Chafurin
  • Taro Ishida
Music byKatsuo Ono


TMS Entertainment Co, Ltd.

Distributed byToho

Release date

  • April 19, 1997

Running time

94 minutes
Box office¥1.1 billion[1]

Case Closed: The Time Bombed Skyscraper, known as Detective Conan: The Time-Bombed Skyscraper (名探偵コナン 時計じかけの摩天楼, Meitantei Konan: Tokei Jikake no Matenrō) in nhật bản, is a 1997 Japanese animated feature film based on Gosho Aoyama's Case Closed manga series and featuring detective Jimmy Kudo. The film takes place between episodes 54 and 55. Funimation released the film in North America.


While sorting mail at Dr. Agasa's house, Conan finds an invitation addressed vĩ đại Jimmy from Leo Joel, a famous architect. Jimmy calls Rachel using his voice-changing bowtie and asks her vĩ đại go in his place. Rachel agrees, on the condition that Jimmy goes vĩ đại a movie with her on Saturday.

On Saturday morning, Conan receives a Điện thoại tư vấn from a strange man, who challenges Jimmy vĩ đại a game. Conan accepts the challenge, and the mystery caller gives him clues leading vĩ đại bombs hidden all over Tokyo. Conan finds and destroys every one. Because of the locations of the bombs - near structures designed by Joel - Conan deduces that the bomber is Joel, who planned vĩ đại destroy his "inferior" works and create a perfect new building. Upon his arrest, Joel reveals the location for his final bombs: Beika City Building, the location of Jimmy and Rachel's date.

The bombs explode and seal the entrances and exits, trapping Rachel and others inside. Conan makes his way through the collapsing building, but a warped door blocks him off from Rachel. Using his tie and cell phone, he calls Rachel and asks her vĩ đại look for the bomb. Rachel finds it in a large shopping bag. To disarm the bomb, Jimmy tells Rachel which wires vĩ đại cut. However, Joel made two extra wires, one red, one xanh lơ. One of them is booby-trapped, but Jimmy has no idea which. Jimmy tells Rachel vĩ đại cut either one. As the rescue team arrives and carries him away, Jimmy realizes that Joel knew that Rachel's favorite color was red and booby-trapped the red one. In the last few minutes, Rachel makes a desperate decision and cuts the xanh lơ wire because the red wire represents the red string of fate between Jimmy and herself.

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Character Japanese English
Conan Edogawa Minami Takayama Alison Retzloff
Jimmy Kudo (Kudo Shinichi) Kappei Yamaguchi Jerry Jewell
Rachel Moore (Mori Ran) Wakana Yamazaki Colleen Clinkenbeard
Richard Moore (Mori Kogoro) Akira Kamiya R. Bruce Elliot
Inspector Meguire (Megure Juzo) Chafurin Mark Stoddard
Dr. Agasa (Agasa Hiroshi) Kenichi Ogata Bill Flynn
Amy Yeager (Yoshida Ayumi) Yukiko Iwai Monica Rial
Mitch Tennyson (Tsuburaya Mitsuhiko) Ikue Ōtani Cynthia Cranz
George Kaminski (Kojima Genta) Wataru Takagi Dameon Clarke
Nicholas Santos (Shiratori Ninzaburo) Kaneto Shiozawa Eric Vale
Serena Sebastian (Suzuki Sonoko) Naoko Matsui Laura Bailey
Leo Joel (Teiji Moriya) Tarō Ishida Kent Williams


For the last scene of the film, an "episode" that original creator Gosho Aoyama wanted vĩ đại include in the manga was used. He even got vĩ đại draw the originals himself.[2]


Track Lyrics by Composing by Song by
1. Happy Birthday (theme song) Shikao Suga Shikao Suga Kyoko
2. キミがいれば Kimi ga Ireba (Interlude) Takayanagi Ren Katsuo Ōno Iori
3. 逢いたいよ Aitaiyo (Interlude) Takayanagi Ren Katsuo Ōno Iori



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The film was released in 13 theaters in nhật bản on April 19, 1997. On opening weekend, it grossed ¥8,554,500 ($68,965).[3] It went on vĩ đại gross a total of ¥1.1 billion in nhật bản.[1]

Home media[edit]


The VHS of the film was released on October 19, 1997.[4] Its production was discontinued after switching vĩ đại DVD in 2006.

Region 1 DVD[edit]

Funimation released the English dub of The Time Bombed Skyscraper on bilingual DVD on October 3, 2006. Unlike the series, the film left the original animation entirely intact with no translations except for the opening title and ending credits. The opening title was replaced with an English version. The original Japanese credits were changed from a tour of Tokyo and recap of the film vĩ đại a capture of the final shot of the film (an aerial view of the characters and police cars at the crime scene).

Region 2 DVD[edit]

The DVD of the film was released on March 28, 2001.[5] A new DVD was released on February 25, 2011, significantly lowering the original price and added the trailer as a special feature.[6]


The Blu-ray version of the film was released on August 26, 2011.[7] The Blu-ray contains the same nội dung as the DVD plus a mini-booklet explaining the film and the BD-live function.[7]

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External links[edit]

  • Case Closed: The Time Bombed Skyscraper (film) at Anime News Network's encyclopedia
  • Case Closed: The Time Bombed Skyscraper at IMDb