Detective Conan: Magician of the Silver Sky

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Detective Conan: Magician of the Silver Sky
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Japanese名探偵コナン 銀翼の奇術師 (マジシャン)
HepburnMeitantei Konan: Gin Yoku no Majishan
Directed byYasuichiro Yamamoto
Produced byMichihiko Suwa
Written byKazunari Kouchi
Based onDetective Conan
by Gosho Aoyama
StarringAkira Kamiya
Kappei Yamaguchi
Minami Takayama
Wakana Yamazaki
Kazuhiko Inoue
Ikue Ohtani
Megumi Hayashibara
Naoko Matsui
Wataru Takagi
Yukiko Iwai
Music byKatsuo Ono
CinematographyTakashi Nomura
Edited byTerumitsu Okada
Distributed byToho
Release date
  • April 17, 2004 (2004-04-17)
Running time
108 minutes
Box office¥ 2.8 billion[1]
(US$ 28,4 million)

Detective Conan: Magician of the Silver Sky (名探偵コナン 銀翼の奇術師 (マジシャン), Meitantei Konan: Gin Yoku no Majishan) is the 8th Detective Conan feature film. The movie was released in Japan on April 17, 2004. A Region 2 DVD has been released by Universal Pictures. The movie brought a box office income of 2.8 billion yen.[1]


A stage actress, Julie wants to use her star sapphire for her upcoming play and asks for Mouri Kogoro help to protect it after showing Kogoro a letter from the Kaito Kid. On the day of the theft, Kid appears at the theatre disguised up as Shinichi Kudo but ends up fleeing in the end without the jewel. To thank them, Julie invites Kogoro and everyone to Hakodate, and they all travel on an airplane to get there. In the air, one of the show actor, Shinjo, who was supposed to be elsewhere and Ran's mother, Eri, joins them on the plane. As the plane takes off, Julie comes in physical contact with most of the individuals she invited, making them all suspects in the case of her death. The case was solved by Eri and the culprit was later found to be the makeup artist, Natsuki.

The captains were also poisoned from Julie and were not able to pilot the plane, so Shinjo agrees to take over because he supposedly "took courses", and appoints Conan to assist him. Conan figures out that Shinjo is Kaito Kid when Conan is asked to assist, as this logic would not apply in a similar situation. Kid tells Conan that he is no longer interested in the sapphire as he discovered that it was a fake. The storm and fire at the airport make it impossible to land while the plane fuel is running low. Conan picks a stable area that can support a commercial plane. Ran Mori and Sonoko Suzuki eventually take over piloting the plane while Kid escapes by jumping off the plane and Conan has to "go to the bathroom." Conan then switches over to Shinichi's voice and guides Ran for landing the plane. During the flight, Ran mentions how Shinichi is like an eclipse; one moment he's there, the other he's not. When the plane lands, Ran tells Shinichi that she loves him, but ends the moment by telling him that she suddenly sees lights at the site.

It turns out that Kid went near a police station and used police cars (because this policeman is obsessed with catching him) as guiding lights to land the plane. After the plane safely lands, the criminal is apprehended and Ran and Sonoko are treated by a medic. The medic reveals himself to be Kaito Kid, who commends Ran for landing the plane safely. He tells her they will meet again before suddenly vanishing. All went well, and the movie ends with Ran talking to Shinichi over the phone again arguing about silly things, thinking that it was Kid who guided her to land the plane, and is relieved that her secret isn't out.



The theme song is "Dream x Dream" which plays during the credits was written and performed by Rina Aiuchi. It was released April 28, 2004.[2]

The official soundtrack is released on April 4, 2004.[3] It costs ¥3059, including tax.

Home Media[edit]


The DVD was released on December 15, 2004.[4] It contains the movie and trailer and costs ¥6090 with tax included.[4]


The Blu-ray version of the film was released on December 24, 2010.[5] The Blu-ray contains the same content of the DVD plus a mini-booklet explaining the film.[5]

Box office[edit]

  • Opening Weekend: $3,716,785 (Japan, 285 Theaters)
  • Total: ¥2,800,000,000 / $27,000,000 (Japan, Rough Figure)[6]


  1. ^ a b "Highest grossing movies of 2004" (in Japanese). Motion Picture Producers Association of Japan. Archived from the original on December 15, 2009. Retrieved May 13, 2008.
  2. ^ "Rina Aiuchi Official website" (in Japanese). Rina Aiuchi. Retrieved February 8, 2010.
  3. ^ "Detective Conan:Magician of the Silver Sky Official Soundtrack" (in Japanese). Retrieved February 8, 2010.
  4. ^ a b "Detective Conan: Magician of the Silver Sky DVD" (in Japanese). Retrieved February 8, 2010.
  5. ^ a b "Detective Conan: Magician of the Silver Sky" (in Japanese). Being Inc. Archived from the original on June 19, 2011. Retrieved April 5, 2011.
  6. ^ Box Office Report

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