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Fujiko (Character)
from Lupin III: The Castle of Cagliostro (1979)

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Lupin the 3rd: The Mystery of Mamo (1978)
Fujiko Mine: [gasps] Lupin?
Arsene Lupin III: Alas... only what's left of him.
Fujiko Mine: Hm. What exactly is that supposed to mean?
Arsene Lupin III: [walks to her with a rose] It means, my dear Fujiko, that you are a rose, and I have been pricked by the thorn of your indifference...
Fujiko Mine: "The thorn of my indifference?" Oh, brother...
Arsene Lupin III: [smells the rose] Fatally pricked, and now, almost completely wasted away, my darling.
Fujiko Mine: [chuckles] Fatally pricked, huh? You gotta love karma!
Arsene Lupin III: Yet, there is still one thing that could save me.
Fujiko Mine: What might that be?
Arsene Lupin III: If your petal-like lips would but caress my own unworthy sad ones, I might yet survive, my love.
Fujiko Mine: I would, but you know you'd just prick yourself all over again.
Arsene Lupin III: [throws the rose away] Boy, you're all thorns. And after all I went through to get you that damn Stone!

Mamo: Look at this man, Fujiko! This is the man you want to spend the rest of eternity with? This ignorant fool who laughs like a hyena at his own impending doom? I refuse to grant the gift of immortality to one so unworthy!
Fujiko Mine: Well, if that's the way you want to be, you can just count me out, too!
Mamo: Fujiko!
Fujiko Mine: What's the point of being forever young and lovely? It's no fun if I have to sit by and watch him getting old and shriveled up!

Fujiko Mine: [referring to Mamo's promise of eternal life] I can't believe it. It was all a lie!
Arsene Lupin III: Maybe it wasn't. I think he was researching immortality...
Daisuke Jigen: He's just another wacky old rich guy.
Arsene Lupin III: Or a clone.
Daisuke Jigen: Say what?
Arsene Lupin III: You said it yourself. The guy had the bucks to pull anything off! Technologically, it's not a big deal anymore. Just a little dab of DNA'll do ya, and theoretically, if you repeat the process over and over again, you - or, successive copies of you - could live forever.
Daisuke Jigen: Well, it certainly would explain the mystery of your dear departed doppelganger...
Arsene Lupin III: And a single strand of my hair is really all anybody would have needed to do it.
Daisuke Jigen: Anybody with a few billion dollars to play with...

Mamo: The process has its limitations.
Fujiko Mine: Limits?
Mamo: The transfer of the chromosomal data is never accomplished with complete fidelity. There are... anomalies, infinitesimally small in each case, but the cumulative effect of such - chaotic - pollution... can be observed after only a dozen or so generations, and what you see before you is a 130th generation facsimile. I am but a faint, distorted echo of myself.
Arsene Lupin III: But you were always distorted by your obsession.
Mamo: But is it not... everyone's obsession?

"Lupin the 3rd: The Dashing Entrance of Lupin III (#1.1)" (1977)
[last lines]
Fujiko Mine: Though the ship was built for revenge, 1.2 trillion yen has gone into the ocean. Such a waste!
Arsène Lupin III: You know what was a waste? That annoying Pops, who followed me everywhere, went down with the ship too. I feel so empty inside.
Daisuke Jigen: Flowers fall in a storm. Farewells are a part of life.
Goemon Ishikawa XIII: Rest in peace, Inspector Zenigata.
[all four have a moment of silent prayer]
Arsène Lupin III: [cries] Pops...
Inspector Kouichi Zenigata: HEY! Wait, wait Lupin, wait! Lupin!
Arsène Lupin III: [pleased] We thought you'd died, but it was like Sleeping Beauty! Now our eternal chase begins again! Let's go, guys!

Daisuke Jigen: Wow, you have a cigarette holder. Nice! I guess you must have stolen it from some other guy while you were holding his OTHER cigarette...
Fujiko Mine: It's nice to see that your wit hasn't lost its edge in five years, Jigen.

[a plane flies overhead, and a man jumps from it... ]
Fujiko Mine: [shocked] Somebody's committing suicide!
Daisuke Jigen: Nah, the plane's too low, check out the attitude. Someone's gonna make a grand entrance!

[at dinner]
Arsène Lupin III, Daisuke Jigen, Goemon Ishikawa XIII, Fujiko Mine: Cheers!
Arsène Lupin III: Sorry I'm late, I had a minor matter to attend to.
Daisuke Jigen: Tell me about it, I'm guessing you had to lift a Van Gogh or even two to pay for all of our tickets!
Arsène Lupin III: Huh?
Daisuke Jigen: Hey, whatever! Any guy who's willing to shell out this kind of cash to treat his old friends to a good time is aces with me!
Arsène Lupin III: Hey, wait a minute, what do you mean? Whoa, back up! What do you mean, treat you?
[Confused, Jigen, Goemon and Fujiko show Lupin the letters he sent them]
Arsène Lupin III: Huh?... Well, I hate to break it to you guys, but I got one too!
[takes out a letter and gives it to Fujiko]
Fujiko Mine: [reading the letter] "My darling Lupin, you've been in my dreams every night for five long years. Oh, darling, I can't bear being apart from you any longer, I simply have to see you immediately. Rendezvous with me at the Sirloin liner, and we shall be together forever. Your love, Fujiko." Oh, please! That doesn't sound anything like me!
Arsène Lupin III: Or smell like you!
[sniffs the letter]
Fujiko Mine: What's that?
Arsène Lupin III: There's not even a trace of Chanel No 5. Trust me, I nearly stuck the whole thing up my nose.
Daisuke Jigen: So this is just a steaming pile of...
Goemon Ishikawa XIII: Very bad karma.
Arsène Lupin III: Exactly, my friends! We've all fallen into someone's very ingenious trap!
Daisuke Jigen: Not you, though! You figured it out for a trap, Lupin, and you waltzed right into it anyway! What the hell's up with that?
Arsène Lupin III: I don't know about it, Jigen, but I like to know who my enemies are, and the sooner they show their hand the sooner I can show them mine!
Goemon Ishikawa XIII: We must remain as vigilant as the owl.
Arsène Lupin III: Exactly...

Lupin III: The Castle of Cagliostro (1979)
Lady Clarisse de Cagliostro: Miss Fujiko!
Fujiko Mine: I came to say goodbye while I have the chance.
[removes her disguise]
Lady Clarisse de Cagliostro: Who in the world are you?
Fujiko Mine: I'm the only woman in the castle, employed to serve you. But in reality, I'm a spy searching for the secrets of this castle. I'd intended to stay a bit longer, but Lupin's here, so I'm leaving now because things are going to get all screwed up.
Lady Clarisse de Cagliostro: You know him?
Fujiko Mine: I've known him to the point that I've gotten sick of him. Sometimes we're friends, sometimes we're enemies. We've even been lovers. He's a born womanizer. Take care.
Lady Clarisse de Cagliostro: Did he drop you?
Fujiko Mine: No, silly. I dropped HIM.

[while on the road, Lupin meets a fellow traveler]
Lupin III: Fujiko!
Fujiko Mine: Lupin, look at my trophies!
Lupin III: The counterfeit plates... Hey! Hey! Let's be friends!
Fujiko Mine: So long!
[drives off]
Lupin III: Hey! Hey! Hey! Wait a second!

Fujiko Mine: [on TV] Thank you for waiting, ladies and gentlemen. We're now back on the air. And all hell has broken loose in the ceremonial hall!

[English dub]
Fujiko Mine: The time's come to say goodbye.
[removes off her disguise]
Clarisse d'Cagliostro: What are you...
Fujiko Mine: To all appearances, I'm the one woman who is employed here in the castle as your servant. But in reality, I'm a lady spy who's looking for this castle's secret. I was hoping to stay a little longer, but now Lupin's come. Everything's fallen apart, so I'm leaving.
Clarisse d'Cagliostro: You know that man?
Fujiko Mine: Only too well. Sometimes we're allies, at others we're enemies. Occasionally, we're even lovers. The guy's a natural born lady-killer. Watch your step around him.
Clarisse d'Cagliostro: He walked out on you?
Fujiko Mine: Oh, hardly. I walked out on HIM.

"Lupin the Third: A Woman Called Fujiko Mine: The Lady and the Samurai (#1.3)" (2012)
Fujiko Mine: [to Marco] Dear boy, be an excellent king, you hear me?

Goemon Ishikawa: Who are you? What is your real name?
Fujiko Mine: Who am I, huh? I'm just a woman.

Fujiko Mine: It was all an act. Aw, are you shocked? But I'm just like you, it was part of the job.
Goemon Ishikawa: Not so, you helped me see past that.
Goemon Ishikawa: I mean... you don't have any place where you belong, either. That's, that's what you said! And likely you don't have any true friend! But if you were with me you could have a true...
Fujiko Mine: I could have a true what? Do tell.
[kisses him]
Fujiko Mine: I'm Fujiko Mine. And I hope we meet again, my adorable samurai friend.
Goemon Ishikawa: ...a true boyfriend. That's what I was going to say.

Lupin the Third: The Gravestone of Daisuke Jigen (2014)
Arsene Lupin III: [sees a naked Fujiko] That's one hell of a view!
Fujiko Mine: [covers herself] Don't look at me!

Daisuke Jigen: How could they kill a singer from their own homeland who only desired peace?
Arsene Lupin III: No one can understand the mind of a tyrant.
Fujiko Mine: Oh, it's quite simple! Everyone loves money!

[Fujiko absconds with the Calamity File]
Daisuke Jigen: Are you ever gonna wise up? You ain't doing yourself any damn favours by keeping that woman around.
Arsene Lupin III: Don't be like that...
[holds up the FIle]
Daisuke Jigen: Jeez, I don't know why I put up with you...
Fujiko Mine: [looks through a duplicate] What the hell is this?

"Lupin the Third: A Woman Called Fujiko Mine: Blood-Soaked Triangle (#1.5)" (2012)
Daisuke Jigen: Hey! We're about to be burnt to a crisp here!
Arsene Lupin III: [looks around] It should have a secret exit. Traps like this one pretty much always do, don't they? That way the builders don't have to worry about whoever commissioned it trying to seal them inside. And sure enough, there it is!
Fujiko Mine: It's just an air vent! We can't get out through there!
Arsene Lupin III: Don't get hysterical. This wall opens up. See, there's a keyhole.
Fujiko Mine: It's shaped like... No! Don't even think about it! Do you know how much work it took me to get this?
[the keyhole is peacock-shaped]

Arsene Lupin III: Where's the excitement in swiping something like that? Such a gaudy piece.
Fujiko Mine: [naked except for a jeweled chain] It's plenty exciting, Lupin. Nothing looks gaudy if you know the right way to wear it.

Arsene Lupin III: I thought you would enjoy a gemstone bouquet.
Fujiko Mine: They are pretty enough... although red does tend to be an overdone choice.
Arsene Lupin III: Oh, yeah? Then please, allow me...
[turns off the lights, and the roses change color]
Fujiko Mine: Oh, alexandrite... its color is dictated by the light that hits it.
Arsene Lupin III: Appears blue when seen by sunlight, and turns red in firelight. Pretty princely gift, don't you think?

"Lupin the Third: A Woman Called Fujiko Mine: Vissi d'arte, vissi d'amore (#1.4)" (2012)
[Zenigata puts Fujiko on the stage in place of Ayan Maya]
Oscar: Are you sure you're not overestimating this woman?
Inspector Zenigata: I'm sure. Take it from me, she's a good enough actress to fake a pretty convincing orgasm.
Fujiko Mine: Oh, Inspector, you flatter me...

Oscar: Hurry up, pig! Run like your bacon depends on it!
Fujiko Mine: Think you can lay off the pig comparisons?
Oscar: Fine! Spittoon, then!
Fujiko Mine: Spittoon?
Oscar: Yeah, that's right! You're nothing but a receptacle for male lust! That's all you're good for, you worthless piece of trash!

Rupan sansei: Pilot Film (1969) (TV)
Jigen Daisuke: There are many people who want to kill you.
Arsene Lupin III - Cinemascope version: Once again you saved me... but I know who did this.
Jigen Daisuke: Who...?
Arsene Lupin III - Cinemascope version: THERE!
[throws a knife behind Jigen, to cut down a curtain, and reveals... ]
Fujiko Mine: Well done, Lupin. But it wasn't me.
Narrator: Fujiko Mine: a mysterious woman who appears and disappears without a trace.

Fujiko Mine: I did not poison your drink, Lupin.
Arsene Lupin III - Cinemascope version: Then who did? Many people are out to get me...
[looks out a window and spots... ]
Arsene Lupin III - Cinemascope version: But I don't think HE would've done this...
Narrator: Goemon Ishikawa XIII: a swordmaster. After training long and hard, he discovered the techniques for quick sword moves. Inspired by his great sword, he seeks to kill Lupin III. A lonely man who has devoted his life to killing Lupin III - such a man is Goemon Ishikawa.

"Lupin the 3rd: A Present for the President (#1.12)" (1977)
[down in a cellar]
Fujiko Mine: This would be real homey if I were a spider or a corpse...
Arsène Lupin III: Actually, it's perfect for wine storage! You see, the coolness and the dark allow it to age without spoiling.
Goemon Ishikawa XIII: So this must be the place where Dick Clark lived...

Daisuke Jigen: Lupin, let's just grab this bottle and vamoose, okay?
Arsène Lupin III: Sure, it's, uh, right over there.
[points to a room full of wine bottles]
Daisuke Jigen: Uh, could you be just a little bit more specific?
Fujiko Mine: How in the world are we ever going to find it?
Arsène Lupin III: Well, uh, I'm pretty certain the bottle's green.
[all the bottles are green]
Daisuke Jigen: [sarcastic] Well, that's a lot of help.

"Lupin the 3rd: Steal File M123 (#1.10)" (1977)
[after a reporter is found dead at the party]
Arsène Lupin III: Look at these guys. I don't know who's colder, them or that body they just took away.
Fujiko Mine: Think about it. A man drops dead at a party, the host assures everyone to just resume dancing, and they do.

"Lupin the 3rd: A Bouquet of Bills Blossom in Rio's Sunset (#1.2)" (1977)
Fujiko Mine: Got a backup-backup plan, Lupin?
Lupin: Oh, sure! Just turn around while I pull it out of the usual place!

"Lupin the 3rd: The Great Caribbean Adventure (#1.14)" (1978)
Fujiko Mine: [about the ruby] If diamonds are a girl's best friend, well then something that rare's got to be more like a lover.

"Lupin the 3rd: What Do You Think of Ukiyoe Blues? (#1.9)" (1977)
[Fujiko discovers the fake Sharaku tied up in the boot of her car]
Fujiko Mine: I get it. They found you and you just sang like a canary, huh? Couldn't you have just improvised or something? I thought that was on your resume!

"Rupan sansei: Is Lupin Burning... ?! (#1.1)" (1971)
Fujiko Mine: [her clothes torn] You should've come sooner!
Arsène Lupin III: On the contrary, I think I should've come a little later.

"Lupin the 3rd: The Venice Superexpress (#1.8)" (1977)
Fujiko Mine: Lupin, it's a pleasure to see you. I assume you have something to share with all of us.
Arsène Lupin III: Yep. Here it is.
[hands Fujiko a small bag]
Fujiko Mine: What? This is all of it?
Daisuke Jigen: I don't get it. You're saying that's all there was? I mean, that won't even cover the truck rental!
Arsène Lupin III: Martino went nuts and I just, I don't know, you know, something hit me...
Daisuke Jigen: You mean like on the head?
Fujiko Mine: Well, I think he means somewhere else.
Goemon Ishikawa XIII: Pity never did a man any good.

"Lupin the Third: A Woman Called Fujiko Mine: .357 Magnum (#1.2)" (2012)
Daisuke Jigen: I'm getting out of the killing business. In this line of work, a moment of hesitation means death, getting emotionally involved is suicide... I can't hack it anymore!
Fujiko Mine: So, what are you going to do?
Daisuke Jigen: Good question. The life of a thief might not be so bad.
Fujiko Mine: Are you propositioning me?
Daisuke Jigen: Don't you worry, I'd never team up with you for anything.
Fujiko Mine: I don't know. "Never" is a very long time.

Lupin III: The Pursuit of Harimao's Treasure (1995) (TV)
[Goering orders his troops to take the pretty lady hostage... they pick Diana over Fujiko]
Fujiko Mine: I'M the pretty one!

"Lupin the 3rd: Is the Leaning Tower of Pisa Standing (#1.6)" (1977)
[Zenigata is honored for stopping the doctor]
Daisuke Jigen: We stopped that machine, we should get an award too.
Fujiko Mine: Such an award isn't worth a penny!

"Lupin the 3rd: I'll Tell You How to Transport Gold Bullion (#1.5)" (1977)
Fujiko Mine: [about the golden van] Ooh, I just love the look of it, but I'm afraid a solid gold van might draw attention.
Arsène Lupin III: Oh, no! Tell me we don't have to paint it now!
Fujiko Mine: Only the gold part.

Lupin III: Episode 0 - First Contact (2002) (TV)
Fujiko Mine: Really. Besides, I'm not that cheap a woman.

"Lupin the 3rd: The Woman the Old Man Fell in Love With (#3.18)" (1979)
[Zenigata dangles a frog in front of Fujiko]
Fujiko Mine: EWWW! That's SICK! What's wrong with you?
Inspector Kouichi Zenigata: You forgot how long I've been chasing you guys. I know everything about you, your greatest fears!
[Zenigata moves closer to Fujiko with the frog; she screams and faints]

"Lupin III: The Left Hand of the Magician (#1.5)" (2015)
Arsene Lupin III: Was it a real romance with him, or was it just a swindle?
Fujiko Mine: [smiles] Why should I tell you?