Detective Conan (partially found Singaporean English dub of anime series; 2003)
Revision as of 14:27, 20 November 2017 by Echofox
Detective Conan is an animated adaptation of Gosho Aoyama's manga series of the same name. Produced by TMS Entertainment, the show began broadcast in January 1996 and continues to this day. The Texas-based Funimation Entertainment dubbed the first 130 episodes and the first six films between 2004 and 2010 under the name Case Closed.
An earlier English dub was produced for the Singaporean market in 2003 under the show's original title. 52 episodes were recorded locally at Voiceovers Unlimited and aired on Channel i. This dub stars Joe Murray, Chio Su-Ping, Chuck Powers, Denise Tan, Brian Zimmerman, Patrick Fernando, Taaz Gill, Christian J. Lee, and Florence Yip. Powers also directed the voice actors.
The dub may have been released on VCD, though any copies would be extremely difficult to find. Only the opening and ending credits have surfaced online.
- Joe Murray - Shinichi Kudo, Conan Edogawa
- Chuck Powers - Kogoro Mouri, Professor Agasa
- Brian Zimmerman - Genta, Inspector Megure
- Chio Su-Ping - Ran Mouri 
- Alison Lester - Ayumi
- Executive Producer - Taaz Gill
- English Director - Chuck Powers
- Assistance Director - Christian J. Lee
- Sound Engineer - Patrick Fernando
- English Language Editor - Chio Su-Ping
- Production co-ordination - Florence Yip
- English Language Version by Voiceovers Unlimited Pte. Ltd. (credited as Voiceovers Unlimited – Singapore)
- Joe Murray The Voice Talent Retrieved November 20, 2017.
- SPH MediaWorks Limited Retrieved November 20, 2017.
- Denise Tan - Mediacorp Raio Gold 905 - Toggle Retrieved November 20, 2017.
- A guide to the Singaporean Dub of One Piece! Retrieved November 20, 2017.
- Save One Piece -> Singapore dub credits Retrieved November 20, 2017.