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See also: Detective Conan and Detective Conan in the United States There are some major differences in the Detective Conan and its Americanized version Case Closed. Here is a list about what has changed in the original and in the dubbed versions.

Names

The names has been renamed into American names instead of holding their original Japanese names. Their Americanized names has no meaning, but can be based from any action movie or comic series. Here is a list which character names has been changed in the dubbed version:

  1. Shinichi Kudō → Jimmy Kudo
  2. Ran Mōri → Rachel Moore
  3. Kogorō Mōri → Richard Moore
  4. Hiroshi Agasa → Herschel Agasa
  5. Ayumi Yoshida → Amy Yeager
  6. Mitsuhiko Tsuburaya → Mitch Tennison
  7. Genta Kojima → George Kaminski
  8. Sonoko Suzuki → Serena Sebastian
  9. Yūsaku Kudō → Booker Kudo
  10. Yukiko Kudō → Vivian Kudo
  11. Eri Kisaki → Eva Kadan
  12. Heiji Hattori → Harley Hartwell
  13. Sumiko Kobayashi → Liz Faulkner
  14. Jūzō Megure → Joseph Megure
  1. Wataru Takagi → Harry Wilder
  2. Miwako Sato → Saimone
  3. Ninzaburō Shiratori → Nicholas Santos
  4. Shintarō Chaki → Bernie Biggers
  5. Kiyonaga Matsumoto → Kiyonaga McLaughlin
  6. Heizō Hattori → Martin Hartwell
  7. Ginshirō Tōyama → Chief Thomas
  8. Goro Otaki → Inspector Odin
  9. Sango Yokomizo → Inspector Worthington
  10. Misao Yamamura → Inspector Mangum
  11. Ki'ichiro Numabuchi → Cornelius Graver
  12. Aoko Nakamori → Aoko Fuller
  13. Ginzō Nakamori → Mace Fuller
  14. Hideo Akagi → Harrison Akers

Multiple Name-change

Shiho Miyano/Ai Haibara
Vi Graythorn(movies)
Anita Hailey(manga)
Kazuha Tōyama
Kirsten Thomas(anime)
Kazuha Toyama(manga)
Katrina Tolliver(video games)
Katie Thompson(card games)

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