Chinese Kingpin Chin Chin Chu is after a dragon figurine that's a key to creating an alloy said to be greater than Goemon's Zantatsu Sword. The dragon figurine is located in the depths of ... See full summary »
When Lupin heads to the kingdom of Zufu to pilfer its treasure, he incurs the wrath of its psychotic ruler General Headhunter, who places a dead-or-alive bounty on his head that many intend to collect.
Though his father's partner Jigen wants him to take charge of the Lupin Empire and the obsessed detective Zenigata wants him behind bars, Lupin III is only concerned about being with the beautiful (and treacherous) lady thief Fujiko.
It was a pleasant evening dinner for Fujiko and Lupin. Right until their moment together was interrupted by a series of missiles from a helicopter. The pilot is named Nazaldorf, who wants ... See full summary »
Lupin III along with his gang want to steal the lost treasure of the Romanov Royal family, this treasure is an immense quantity of gold hide underground in the United States behind the ... See full summary »
After years of failure, Zenigata has announce to Lupin that the ICPO has permanently pulled off him off of the Lupin case. His new orders are to take down an international organization called Shot Shell which smuggles weapons and war vehicles. Lupin decides to help Zenigata out on his new case. But Interpol hired an ex-mercenary named Keith Hayden to rub out Lupin and his comrades. From Russia to Hawaii, expect yourself to see a level up on the Lupin TV movies. Written by
[takes a shot of booze]
This was delivered to me this morning...
[holds out a notice]
Arsene Lupin III:
"Detective Zenigata: today, July 23, as of tweve o'clock noon, you are hereby dismissed as Chief Investigating Officer of the Lupin Task Force." Dismissed?
That's right! From this moment on, I'm not responsible for the arrest of you and your little cronies!
[bursts into tears]
Oh, my life is falling apart! But after chasing you for twenty years and not having a single conviction, how can I blame them?... ...
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An extra scene on how Lupin's gang get Clause's money is shown after the end credits. See more »
After signaling a burglar alarm, Lupin and Jigen had to avoid the swarm of police cars. They hid themselves at an old building where they discovered that Zenigata was accompanied by the police who were ordered to let the Inspector handle it alone. Lupin & Jigen suspect that it was a trap. But it was no trap as Zenigata went towards them to announced that the ICPO has taken him off the "Lupin Case". In other words arresting Lupin is no longer his assignment. More sad and sympathetic than Zenigata was before. Lupin decides to help him out. As it be boring in not having "Pops" chasing him around.
Later both Jigen and Lupin learned that Zenigata's new assignment is shutting down an arms merchant/war smuggling organization called "Shot Shell" which is well known in the Black Market. Which is what Lupin decided to do, by negotiating with this secret organization. Not only that but the replacement for the "Lupin Case" is an ex-mercenary named Keith Hayden, who's orders are to rub out Lupin and his comrades. Will Lupin successfully reprise Zenigata's role for Interpol, and will he have a winning chance in defeating Keith? I consider this Lupin TV movie to be higher level than the first 4. As the character designs, and animation style differ from the previous ones. Especially when Fujiko looks more sexy than she did in the earlier TV movies.
Voyage to Danger is a highly recommended anime for those who appreciate Lupin the 3rd. It has Action, explosions, humor, weapons, bomb shells, Submarines, and some unexpected parts too.
My rating is 8/10 just cause it's one my personal Lupin favorites.
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