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Lupin III: Ai no Da Capo - Fujiko's Unlucky Days


Alternative Titles

English: Lupin III: The Columbus Files
Synonyms: Rupan Sansei, Lupin III: Da Capo of Love - Fujiko's Unlucky Days, Lupin III: Fujiko's Unlucky Days
Japanese: ルパン三世『愛のダ・カーポ ~Fujiko's Unlucky Days』

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Type: Special
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jul 30, 1999
Licensors: Funimation
Studios: None found, add some
Source: Unknown
Duration: 1 hr. 32 min.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

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Synopsis

When Fujiko acquires and memorizes papers called the Columbus Files, she is attacked and loses her memory. Lupin, a treasure hunter named Rosaria, and the cackling villain Nazaroff all pursue Fujiko, as she is the only key to the location of Columbus' Egg, a treasure connected to the mysterious Orgone Energy.

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"Ai no Da Capo (愛のダ・カーポ)" by Sonia Rosa




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Oct 14, 2009
Psycho_Sanji (All reviews)
Da Capo of Love: Fujiko's Unlucky Days (The Columbus Files) is a nice Lupin special.

It starts with Lupin and Fujiko up to their usual shenanigans, until they are bombarded by explosions and things get wild. The story here is that Fujiko has amnesia, and only she knows where the treasure is. And of course, getting Fujiko's memory back is Lupin's top priority.

Lupin is pretty serious a lot of the time in this one, because Fujiko is who he cares about the most. It's always nice to see that kind of emotion from the world's greatest thief. There's plenty of great comedy from the man as read more
Jan 2, 2010
sdde (All reviews)
Now I believe I am allowed to say I am a fan of the Lupin III franchise. I love the characters, the comedy, the unrealistic gadgets, the fight sequences, the music, and on occasion the villains.

However, in this particular special left a sour taste in my mouth.The question is; why?

It's hard to think of how they achieved this with the main cast of the show, since I love watching all four of them, but in this only Lupin is used correctly and he can't save it no matter how hard he tries. Seriously, he tries so hard read more

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