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Lupin the Third Bye Bye, Lady Liberty (1989)

Rupan sansei: Bai bai ribatî kiki ippatsu! (original title)
To erase his criminal records, Lupin must steal the Ultravirus file.

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(as Osamu Desaki)

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Yasuo Yamada ...
Lupin (voice)
William Dufris ...
Wolf (1996) (voice) (as Bill Dufries)
Gorô Naya ...
Zenigata (voice)
Sean Barrett ...
Zenigata / Pilot (1996) (voice) (as Sean Barret)
Kiyoshi Kobayashi ...
Jigen (voice)
...
Jigen (1996) (voice) (as Eric Myers)
Eiko Masuyama ...
Fujiko (voice)
Toni Barry ...
Fujiko / Anchor / Computer (1996) (voice)
Makio Inoue ...
Goemon (voice)
...
Goemon / Cop / Minion (1996) (voice) (as Garrick Hagen)
Mayumi Tanaka ...
Michael (voice)
Susan Sheridan ...
Michael / Judy (1996) (voice) (as Sue Sheridon)
Yui Komazuka ...
Isabel (voice)
Liza Ross ...
Isabella (1996) (voice) (as Lisa Ross)
Masane Tsukayama ...
Jimmy (voice)
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Storyline

Lupin steals all the computer files on every crime he commented. And the only way to erase them all is by using the Ultra virus which is capable to delete well protected information. To get it Lupin will need the help of Micheal a boy genius, and steal the Statue of Liberty which has a diamond which is linked to the ultra-virus. Written by J LeGault

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Lupin the 3rd: Goodbye Lady Liberty!


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1 April 1989 (Japan)  »

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A video was made and released only in United Kingdom. The dub was made by Manga Entertainment of UK. But it was never re-released on DVD and the rights to it expired. See more »

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Version of Lupin the Third: Strange Psychokinetic Strategy (1974) See more »

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Endoresu towairaito - Saigo no shinju
Music by Yûji Ôno
Lyrics by Yoshiko Miura
Performed by Akemi Keida
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Not bad for the first Lupin the 3rd TV special
2 August 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is the first of the long running yearly TV movies of Lupin the 3rd.

This all starts off in Paris, France where Lupin steals computer files on his profile and every crime he committed. And he's looking for a way to destroy them.

And in order to do that he must retrieve the Super Egg which has a connection to the ultra Virus. The Ultra Virus is capable of deleting any secured information.

This is perfect for Lupin to delete all the known crimes from his past. To find the Super Egg lupin must search the Statue of Liberty to locate it. And with the help of a boy Genius name Micheal, Lupin will have no trouble in getting the Ultra Virus.

But a mysterious cult in New York wants the Super Egg for themselves. So they can achieve in world domination.

This one is pretty good for the earliest of all the TV specials. the animation is a bit old but it was made back 17 years ago. Has all 5 of the original voice actors portraying their own characters. And it's only available on Fansubs. It's yet to be release on DVD.


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