Mirai Shounen Conan (Movie)


Future Boy Conan Movie

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Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Mirai Shounen Conan (1979), The Boy in Future (1979)
Japanese: 未来少年コナン (1979)
English: Future Boy Conan Movie
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Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Sep 15, 1979
Producers: None found, add some
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Nippon Animation
Source: Novel
Genres: AdventureAdventure, DramaDrama, Sci-FiSci-Fi
Duration: 2 hr. 2 min.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

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Ranked: #44712
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Popularity: #9827
Members: 2,609
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Synopsis

Twenty years after a ravaging war drastically transformed the face of the Earth, an old man and his energetic grandson Conan remain the sole survivors of their once larger community. Believing themselves to be the last humans on the planet, the two are surprised to one day discover a girl lying unconscious on the shore of their solitary isle.

Once awakened, the girl Lana explains that she got lost while fleeing from agents of a technologized fortress island called Industria. Given that Lana is the telepathic granddaughter of renowned scientist Dr. Briac Lao, Industria's authorities desire her cooperation, as they believe her abilities will help them locate the doctor and acquire his expertise to access a powerful energy source.

Despite the best efforts of Conan and his grandfather, they fail to prevent Lana's recapture when Industrian soldiers arrive. Vowing to rescue her, Conan bravely embarks on a breathtaking adventure, yet the journey comes with higher stakes than he realizes.

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Background

Mirai Shounen Conan (Movie) is a summarized version of the television series, but made without the involvement of the series' director Hayao Miyazaki. Due to significant changes made to adapt the story into a two-hour movie and the use of a different soundtrack, the result was not well-received by fans.

To promote the film, a "Conan Festival" was held at Nippon Budokan on July 20, 1979. Nippon Broadcasting System ran a four-hour live broadcast during its All Night Nippon program on August 31, 1979, featuring a live radio drama of the film with a newly written script. The voice actors also made guest appearances and interacted with fans by phone.

On August 8, 2012, Mirai Shounen Conan (Movie) was aired on NHK BS Premium as one of the Summer Vacation Anime Specials. For this purpose, it was digitally remastered.

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Characters & Voice Actors

Conan

Main
Ohara, Noriko
Japanese

Lana

Main
Nobusawa, Mieko
Japanese

Jimsy

Supporting
Aoki, Kazuyo
Japanese

Dyce

Supporting
Nagai, Ichiro
Japanese

Monsley

Supporting
Yoshida, Rihoko
Japanese

Ojii

Supporting
Yamanouchi, Masato
Japanese

Dongoroth

Supporting
Kamiyama, Takuzou
Japanese

Narrator

Supporting
Ibu, Masatou
Japanese

Gutch

Supporting
Masuoka, Hiroshi
Japanese

Lepka

Supporting
Kayumi, Iemasa
Japanese

Staff

Ootsuka, Yasuo
Character Design
Key, Alexander
Original Creator


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"Ai wo Mou Ichido (愛をもう一度)" by Naoko Ken (研ナオコ)
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Ending Theme

"Natsukashii Asa (なつかしい朝)" by Naoko Ken (研ナオコ)




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xLunaDragon - Mar 22
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