|Writers||Akinori Endo (writer)
Tsukasa Hôjô (comic)
|Cast||Jonas Allen Martin Blacker Charles Campbell Fûrin Cha Gary Dehan Tesshô Genda Eric Henshaw Masaru Ikeda Michihiro Ikemizu Junichi Kagaya Akira Kamiya Masayuki Katô Iemasa Kayumi Shôjirô Kihara Ichirô Nagai Takashi Nakagi Benjamin Pascoe Lou Perryman Jason Phelps John Paul Shephard|
|Plot||If Shinjuku's the place, then City Hunter is on the case! In this exciting adventure, Ryo and Kaori find themselves on a 'missing persons' case that could somehow be related to the national security of the global world when a lovely young European pianist named Nina Shuntenberg comes to them asking for help in finding her long-lost father, whom she has never seen in many years. What starts out as a simple assignment quickly turns into a perilous mission to find a top-secret microchip involving mercenaries, diplomatic agents and a mysterious spy named Colonel Helzen who has a few secrets of his own. Now, Ryo, Kaori and company must find the microchip and discover why there are dangerous people chasing after Nina...that is if they can keep Ryo's mind off of getting into Nina's pants for one day!... see City Hunter: Ai to shukumei no Magnum on IMDb|
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|Originally entitled Magnum of Love's Destiny, this 1989 theatrical feature is a favorite with City Hunter fans because it offers a rare glimpse of the affection that underlies the tumultuous relationship between longtime partners Ryo Saeba and Kaori. The over-the-top story centers on pianist Nina Shutenberg, who's at the center of an international intrigue. Assigned to guard her, Ryo finds himself caught in a web of spies, explosions, and family tragedies. As usual, Ryo alternates between groping every female in sight and demonstrating his deadly marksmanship. Whenever his lechery threatens to go too far, Kaori clobbers Ryo with one of her outsized sledge hammers. In short, Magnum delivers exactly what City Hunter fans want and expect. "One Cool Sweeper! XYZ Is a Dangerous Cocktail," an episode from the long-running broadcast series, is included as a bonus. (Rated 15 and older: violence, sexual humor, brief nudity, minor profanity) --Charles Solomon|
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