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Lupin III: Seven Days Rhapsody


Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Rupan Sansei
Japanese: ルパン三世 「セブンデイズ・ラプソディ」

Information

Type: Special
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Sep 8, 2006
Producers: VAP
Licensors: None found, add some
Source: Unknown
Duration: 1 hr. 32 min.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

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Score: 7.201 (scored by 999 users)
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Ranked: #26112
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Popularity: #5196
Members: 2,476
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Synopsis

Lupin and Jigen planed to steal enormous money from a racetrack in New York. Their plan is perfect and the only thing remains is to wait for 6 days. To celebrate the success beforehand, they go to a town.

Lupin parts from Jigen because he recalls another engagement. Then, Lupin saves a girl, Michelle, being chased by suspicious men. She asks Lupin to steal a diamond from her father in order to stop him from doing evil things. Lupin thinks he can get both money and a diamond 6 days later, and he accepts her request to guard her for 6 days.

Meanwhile, Jigen meats his old fellow soldier, Ryatte, and they’re talking about another business. Then, Jigen is supposed to spends 6 days with Ryatte before the plan with Lupin. On the other hand, Fujiko and Goemon are planning to steal a diamond at a diamond exhibits. The host of the exhibition is…

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Characters & Voice Actors

Lupin III, Arsene
Lupin III, Arsene
Main
Kurita, Kanichi
Japanese
Kurita, Kanichi
Jigen, Daisuke
Jigen, Daisuke
Main
Kobayashi, Kiyoshi
Japanese
Kobayashi, Kiyoshi
Mine, Fujiko
Mine, Fujiko
Main
Masuyama, Eiko
Japanese
Masuyama, Eiko
Ishikawa XIII, Goemon
Ishikawa XIII, Goemon
Main
Inoue, Makio
Japanese
Inoue, Makio

Staff

Kamegaki, Hajime
Kamegaki, Hajime
Director, Storyboard
Nabeshima, Osamu
Nabeshima, Osamu
Storyboard
Takagi, Shigeki
Takagi, Shigeki
Storyboard
Monkey Punch
Monkey Punch
Original Creator


Edit Opening Theme

"Lupin Sansei no Theme '80 (2005 Version) (ルパン三世のテーマ'80 (2005 version))" by Yuuji Oono

Edit Ending Theme

"Michelle (ミシェル)" by Miriya Katou




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Psycho_Kenshin
Sep 30, 2009
Seven Days Rhapsody is a good time with the Lupin gang.

Lupin wants a giant diamond, and he helps out a teenage girl along the way. Plot isn't what makes Lupin great though, it's the entertaining dynamic between the classic characters.

Lupin and Jigen have a lot of fun "best friends" comedy in the beginning, including a hilarious scene where they play with puppets. This is contrasted by them then taking opposing missions, and having a conflict of interest. Lupin and Jigen always have a great dynamic, and there are some nice twists to it in this one.

Goemon is great in this. We get to see a read more
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jealousghost
Jan 16, 2014
This is the story of what happens during one week while Lupin and Jigen are planning a heist.

Whereas other Lupin specials have made an effort to stay up to date on technology and failed embarrassingly (I'm looking at you, Green vs. Red), this one has a very tongue in cheek approach to Lupin's old school skills and techniques. In fact, a character of the week uses them to identify him, which I thought was clever.

For some reason, at the time this anime special was out, it was a thing to put weird, CG puppets into anime (such as Level E). I don't get it, read more
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