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KEY SALES POINTS: Lupin is one of Japan's biggest pop culture icons, spawning 6 theatrical films, 10 television films and 228 TV episodes. This is the first THEATRICAL FEATURE of Lupin series (theatrically released in 1978) Digitally High Definition Remastered for DVD release.
DVD FEATURES: Bilingual format (new English dialog 5.1 and original Japanese audio with optional English subtitles), interactive animated menus, scene access. Anamorphic Widescreen Presentation DVD extras include Conceptual Art Gallery, Excerpts from the original movie program and promo poster
BONUS - FREE INSIDE: Lupin Magic keychain (while supplies last), Collectible reversible cover, Booklet of Interviews, movie information, character information and more!
There are two releases for this, the old release and the modern release by Eastern Star/Discotek. Needless to say, Amazon has managed to combine the two releases into one listing. Read morePublished on September 15, 2013 by Kenneth A. Arromdee
I love Lupin the 3rd and I am happy I was able to add this to my collection. But in the way of Lupin movies, this one is lacking. Read morePublished on April 26, 2013 by newagealchemist
Oh, what a huge difference a director makes. Where Lupin the III: The Castle of Cagliostro (Special Edition) had atmosphere, inventive visuals, coherence and plot Mystery of Mamo... Read morePublished on June 28, 2008 by Inspector Gadget
The artwork in this movie is a little different from the usual Lupin the 3rd art. But I thought the movie was really good. You'll watch it more then once.Published on May 9, 2007 by DaveGrohlLover
This is the best adaptation of Monkey Punch's Manga. Unlike the acclamed 'Castle of Cagliostro', this film is very true to its original form. Read morePublished on February 12, 2006 by Ronnie Clay
Whatever the name for the first theatrical film outing for Lupin the Third and Co., this is certainly an oldie but a goodie. Read morePublished on May 5, 2005 by D. Engelhardt