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 »

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Masaharu Okuwaki

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Nobuaki Kishima, Monkey Punch (creator) | 1 more credit »
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Credited cast:
Brice Armstrong ... Chin Chin Chou (voice)
Laura Bailey ... Kikyo (voice)
Bob Carter ... Gensei (voice)
Banjô Ginga Banjô Ginga ... Tsuge no Gensai (voice)
Makio Inoue ... Goemon Ishikawa XIII (voice)
Kiyoshi Kobayashi ... Jigen Daisuke (voice)
Josh Martin ... Additional Voices (voice)
Eiko Masuyama ... Fujiko Mine (voice)
Naoko Matsui ... Kikyou (voice)
Meredith McCoy ... Fujiko Mine (voice)
Mike McFarland ... Goemon Ishikawa XIII (voice)
Gorô Naya ... Inspector Zenigata (voice)
Matthew Piersall Matthew Piersall ... White House Aide (voice) (as Matt Piersall)
Chris Rager ... President (voice)
Christopher Sabat ... Jigen Daisuke (voice)
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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 the Titanic. Lupin, Jigen, and Fujiko were offered by Chin to steal it for him, but Lupin refuses the offer, and gets it himself, as his grandfather, Arsene Lupin the 1st tried to steal it before the Titanic sunk. Goemon accompanied by his childhood friend Kikyo, team up to maintain the Iga Clan honor that the dragon won't fall into the use of evil. Written by J LeGault

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Trivia

The sixth Lupin the 3rd TV movie. See more »

Goofs

After Goemon got stab, his robe was stain with own blood, in the next shot the blood stain is gone and it reappears in the next shot. See more »

Crazy Credits

During the end credits we see what happens to the dragon statue. See more »

Connections

References The Godfather (1972) See more »

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A great Lupin III special
15 June 2005 | by cjpdigi90See all my reviews

Like The Fuma Consipracy (I haven't seen that one), this special centers more around Lupin's samurai partner, Goemon. A Chinese mob boss challenges Lupin III and co. to retrieve a dragon figurine from the bottom of the ocean inside the Titanic. The fact that Arsene Lupin is enough of incentive for Lupin to go get it, but without the mob boss' backing. His adversaries include Chin Chin Chou (the mob boss), the ever persistent Inspector Zenigata, and even Goemon and his long lost childhood friend. There is plenty of action and humor which you come to expect from the franchise. Now for the dubbing: Sonny Strait does a good job as Lupin, despite the fact that it's pronounced "Loo-pin" (The appropriate pronunciation, "Lu-pahn", couldn't be used because of issues with Maurice Leblanc). Christopher Sabat supplies his typical gruff "Piccolo" voice as Jigen, perhaps the closest one to resemble the TMS dubbers. Everybody else does a good job. All in all, definitely a worthwhile outing from Lupin the 3rd.


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Country:

Japan

Language:

Japanese

Release Date:

29 July 1994 (Japan) See more »

Also Known As:

Lupin the Third: Dragon of Doom See more »

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