Fans are heavily anticipating thus feature-length DVD - Never before released in the U.S!
Someone is dealing out murder and mayhem one playing card at a time, and the deck is stacked against Richard Moore! Those around the bumbling detective are on the hidden hit list, with nobody safe from the methodical mayhem of an unknown madman. Its a full house of faces from the past and clues from the present, but super-sleuth Conan Edogawa might need an ace up his sleeve to uncover the identity of this killer. Its not going to be easy
Conan just makes it look that way! Time is running out for The Fourteenth Target!
The 14th Target
(1998) is one of 11 features based on the long-running adaptation of Gosho Aoyama's manga Meitantei Conan
(Famous Detective Conan
, a play off the Japanese title of Hayao Miyazaki's "Sherlock Hound"). Seventeen-year-old ace detective Jimmy Kudo remains trapped in the body of a little boy: To disguise his identity, he's taken the name of Conan Edogawa--from Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Japanese mystery writer Ranpo Edogawa. As a mysterious series of assaults escalates, Conan realizes they're linked to playing cards, and that numbers determine the identity of the next target. It's only a matter of time before Jimmy's former girlfriend, Rachel Moore, and her dim-witted private investigator father get involved. The crime-fighters find themselves in an Agatha Christie-style situation with several potential victims and the murderer trapped in an unfinished amusement park. Viewers familiar with the series know Conan will solve the mystery; the fun is in how he does it. When Conan Edogawa is on the case, "One Truth Prevails!" (Rated TV PG, suitable for ages 9 and older: violence, alcohol use) --Charles Solomon