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Meitantei Conan Suihei Senjou no Strategy

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Meitantei Conan Suihei Senjou no Strategy (名探偵コナン 水平線上の陰謀; Detective Conan Strategy Above the Depths) is the ninth movie released for the Meitantei Conan anime. It was released in Japan on April 9th, 2005. The movie was the 11th with most income in 2005 compared to other Japanese films, with an income of 2.1 billion yen.[1]


Our detective hero Conan and his friends are on a maiden voyage in this time. They enjoy their dinner as guests. Then one of the guests, as script writer, goes back to his room. After the dinner, Conan and his fellows start to play hide-and seek. But nobody knows that this game turns out to be an overture to an ominous murder case. Ran, who acts as Conans elder sister, is good at hide-and seek and becomes the only person who cannot be found. Ran's best friend Sonoko starts looking for her and find that Ran is implicated in a crime. Can our Conan solve the case?

Main Cast

Main Staff

Yamamoto Yasuichiro
Kouchi Kazunari
Yamamoto Yasuichiro
Storyboard assistants
Okuwaki Masaharu, Okuwaki Masaharu, Hirano Toshiki
Yamamoto Yasuichiro
Animation chief
Sudo Masatomo
Animation director
Yamanaka Junko
Animation director assistants
Muta Seiji, Itojima Masahiko, Shimizu Yoshiharu, Sato Chiharu, Kawamura Akio


Theme song
Insert song

Home-media Release

DVD cover
Blu-ray cover

The movie was first released on DVD on December 14th, 2005. The Blu-ray version wasn't released until January 28th, 2011.

The soundtrack album was released on April 6th, 2005.

Home-media Releases
Format Release date Catalog Number Price Oricon Charts
DVD 2005.12.14 UPBV-1009 ¥6,264 #15 / 13 weeks
Blu-ray 2011.01.28 ONXD-1997 ¥5,184 -
DVD 2011.02.25 ONBD-3009 ¥3,240 -
Blu-ray 2018.12.07 ONXD-3009 ¥3,240 #29 / 2 weeks

The DVD also includes the movie trailer. The Blu-ray format has the same content as the DVD, but also has an additional mini-booklet explaining the film and the BD-live function.


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