Black Jack TV - Full Episode 51 (Official & HQ with subtitles)

Uploaded by TezukaAnime on 11.09.2012

As I stand in the wind on a hill by a port town,
my head feels unusually empty.
I was watching the town from the south side of the shore.
And so I sunk my unsteady passion into the depths of the sea.
This surging power...
It's something hidden in everyone, everywhere.
Day after day, everyone tries their best.
But people get annoyed when I mention it.
It makes me glad...
that I found my place here.
I searched for the reason
why we can believe in the same air
as long as we're alive.
He weaves the thread of life with his miraculous control of a scalpel.
The genius surgeon who lives on a cape.
His name is Black Jack.
When I walk east, the wind blows.
When I walk west, it rains.
You must be a surgeon.
Can you even see?
I just sensed the smell of disinfectant and blood.
Blind men have a good sense of smell.
And you have quite a few scalpels under your cloak, don't you?
You like cutting people, huh?
You're a demon of surgery.
It's none of your business.
Stop relying on surgery, medicine, and the like.
They're all stupid.
Surgery is stupid? Is that what you just said?
Bodies were not originally made to be cut and stitched.
Look at the wild beasts.
They don't have an operation when they get sick.
They let nature heal them.
Tell me your name.
I'm an acupuncturist, Biwamaru.
The Blind Doctor of Rumor
Originally "The Blind Acupuncturist" by Tezuka Osamu
Oh, Doctor! The thing is... Well...
How did he get such an appetite?
A man named Biwamaru stopped by a few moments ago.
Yes, Biwamaru poked him with a needle.
Right after that, he got up and started eating.
How can that be?!
He shouldn't be able to eat without an operation.
But, as you can see, he's eating!
You seem to be doing well.
You've been saying that your shoulder is always stiff.
Oh, this?
The thing is, I ran into a weird man yesterday.
A weird man?
I was waiting for a train at the station,
and that's when he approached me, sniffing all the while.
Does your arm hurt?
How could you tell?
I just sensed the smell of illness.
What did he do then?
He took out a needle,
took my hand, and...
I didn't know how it'd turn out,
but when I woke up this morning, this arm felt much lighter.
I've heard about it before, but that was my first experience with acupuncture.
It actually works, huh?
A needle? He cures people with just a needle?
And furthermore...
You've had an operation on these fingers, haven't you?
You can even tell that?
Sure can.
You shouldn't rely on operations so much.
Operations are evil.
H-Hey, what's your name?
Nothing worth mentioning.
But what about the fee?
He sounds pretty cool.
That's not cool at all.
My Doc is much, much cooler!
Hey, don't get so upset.
How can I not be upset?!
Telling people not to have operations is going too far!
Oh man...
I sense it...
I sense the smell of illness.
Yes. Hello.
W-Who are you?!
Me? I'm a doctor.
More precisely, an acupuncturist.
Now, excuse me.
I didn't ask for a doctor!
Besides, we don't have any money to pay you!
That's fine. I don't need money.
Do not worry.
Let me examine you.
Who are you?!
Don't touch my mom!
I'll call the police!
You have a serious blood disease.
You aren't seeing a doctor?
We don't have any money to pay one!
Let's see. For this one,
let's use the number four iron.
What are you going to do?
Don't worry.
I'll just use one needle on you.
Don't move.
It'll just take a minute.
Stay still!
That should do it.
Now you'll get better.
You'll be all better in four or five days.
We really don't have to pay?
Any bugs of sickness around?
Acupuncture is a technique for stimulating a acupuncture point, or meridian point,
using a needle.
It's effective against aches, pains, and intestinal irregularities.
It originated from China.
You can also use acupuncture instead of chemical anesthetics during surgery.
Acupuncture is less taxing on the patient and results in faster recovery.
Some even go so far as to say that it's more effective than surgery.
Don't lie!
My Doc's operations are the best!
Pinoko, what are you yelling about?
Doc, does acupuncture work better than operations?
Why are you asking that all of a sudden?
The acupuncture guy who treated the hand of the owner of Tom's said,
"Don't rely on operations!"
Could it be him?
B-But he has an ailing stomach.
I know.
That should do it.
Will he really get better now?
You'll see in four or five days.
Now, please excuse me.
Are you here to see me, Dr. Surgeon?
Yeah, I wanted to tell you something.
Hm, what is it?
I have no interest in whom you stab with your needle, or where,
but I forbid you to get involved with my patients.
Me? Your patients?
I didn't mean to.
Sorry about that.
But it's helping ill people get better, so what's wrong with that?
I'm only going to places this nose is telling me to go.
If you're worried, get to the patients faster than I do.
With this gust comes another illness.
Excuse me, Doctor.
Doctor! My old man was stricken with a palsy!
Doctor! Please treat my boy's leg!
Please save him!
My grandmother can't get up!
Dr. Biwamaru,
we heard that you treat all kinds of different people with your needles.
Why do you do it?
And is it true that you don't ask for money?
Can you at least give us a word?
A word...
Excuse me.
Doctor, thank you for making my mom better.
This is from her.
Sorry, but this is all we've got.
I can't take the money.
I'm not that desperate for it.
You sure?
Doctor, please come to my place!
Wait for your turn.
I sense the smell of a more serious illness.
That one's first.
He said that he can sense the smell of illness.
Smell of illness, huh?
Stinks like a disease. Stinks like a disease.
I sense it.
I sense the smell of illness.
Who are you?
You have a sick one inside, don't you?
Let me enter.
Don't you worry.
You must be the sick one.
Who are you?
I'm a doctor.
I came here to make you well.
B-But she's scheduled to have an operation with Dr. Black Jack tomorrow.
You shouldn't have something like that.
But he's...
You still shouldn't.
Let me take care of it...
with this.
Yes, it's Doc's place.
We don't offer acupuncture treatment!
We only handle surgery!
Who in the world is that?!
There's only Doc here!
This is Black Jack.
A man barged in and used a needle on her?
What a crook.
He's conceited beyond belief.
Hold it right there!
Biwamaru, why did you treat my patient?
Oh, it's you.
I told you that you're not allowed to touch any of my patients.
Don't get so mad.
Like I said, I'm healing sick people.
That shouldn't be anything bad.
But it doesn't work like that.
That patient has something called myasthenia gravis.
I was going to remove her thymus gland tomorrow.
I wanted to let her rest until then.
Sorry if I upset you,
but you are so hard-headed.
I'm not done talking to you yet.
How many people have you treated with your needles?
Two or three thousand, I think.
That's all?
And you haven't made any mistakes?
Of course not.
Then perhaps this is your first one!
Come with me!
What, all of a sudden?!
What are you doing?
Just come!
Doctor, my daughter is...
It's okay. I know.
Exactly as I thought.
Ma'am, please get me a cup with a spout.
Here, drink this slowly.
Shortly after she had the needle treatment,
she suddenly started to suffer.
Then she started experiencing cramps.
I gave her a sedative.
That should settle her down.
We should keep an eye on her though.
I know I had the right point...
No, it's not a matter of the acupuncture point.
She gets this way because she has a fear of needles.
It's an anxiety neurosis.
When her last doctor gave her an intravenous shot, it was very painful.
Ever since then, she's displayed an adverse reaction every time she sees a needle.
That's why I've avoided all shots,
and have been treating her with oral medication.
Treating children comes with many restrictions.
No matter how much you oppose surgery,
you should at least have called me.
Thank you.
She should be all right now.
I will reschedule the operation for a later date.
Please call me if anything changes.
Now then.
Thank you so much.
Now I owe you one.
Until today, I thought acupuncture was perfect for everything.
You do have a great skill,
but I don't like people like you who flaunt their charity.
I'd usually offer a ride, but I won't.
That's fine.
If I accept any more favors, I'll worry so much that I won't be able to sleep.
Anyway, take care.
What's going on so late at night?
Who's there?!
Excuse my late visit.
You came all the way here in the dark?
It's easier for me after dark.
What do you want?
I just couldn't sleep,
so I thought I'd return the favor from earlier today.
Are you kidding me?!
What time do you think—
Now, excuse me.
How rude.
Here, lay down.
Lay down? Me?
Who else is here?
What are you doing?!
Don't you worry.
I'm just giving you one needle.
That should do it.
What's that for?
I sensed that you have intestinal problems.
They've been cut many times, haven't they?
Now your intestines will be fine for the rest of your life.
I can't eat any more...
We'll meet again if we're so destined.
Come here if you ever get hurt.
I'll operate on you.
I'll make it cheap.
But there's no need for that.
I have my own needles.
You're so stubborn.
You too.
When I walk east, the wind blows.
When I walk west, it rains.
The capricious wind carries my smell.
Now, open a path for me.
I want to capture your heart with my silly smile.
Only look straight at me.
Being kind isn't good enough.
I want to get in touch with your true heart,
deep within the you that nobody else sees.
Being in the gentle sunlight,
I wish on the clover that plays the melody of dreams,
and I search for a ray of hope beyond the blue skies,
because I want to stay by your side forever.
The promise we made long ago in a far away place...
is finally coming to a realization, overcoming the incredible distance,
just as it was led by the light.
Something exploded!
Make sure to list all suspects!
I saw him.
I have four suspects in custody.
He came to the train tracks.
There's no way to treat her.
Just one minute will do, as long as we can show her the suspects!
But what about the patient?
Open your eye slowly.
Is the man you saw one of these men?
That's the man!
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You must be... Uh...
You forgot your line?