Lupin III: Strange Psycho-Kinetic Strategy (live-action movie)

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Alternative title:
Lupin III - La strategia psicocinetica (Italian)
Lupin III: Strana Strategia Psico-cinetica (Italian)
Rupan Sansei: Nenriki Chinsakusen (Japanese)
ルパン三世 念力珍作戦 (Japanese)
Genres: action, comedy, mystery
Themes: crime, thief, yakuza
Objectionable content: Significant
Plot Summary: Jigen who is a follower of the Lupin Empire, hopes to convince Lupin III to reinherit his family's legacy. Lupin however is busy with trying to steal an artifact that's being targetted by the mob. It'll be a matter of time in seeing if Lupin will take over his family's empire or not.
Running time: 82 minutes
Vintage: 1974
Premiere date:
1974-08-03 (Japan)
Release dates: We have 1
Insert song:
"Koi no Chance" (恋のチャンス) by Poppies
Links: We have 1
Trivia: We have 11
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Takashi Tsuboshima
Screenplay: Hiroshi Nagano
Music: Masaru Sato
Original Concept: Maurice Leblanc
Original creator: Monkey Punch
Art Director: Kazuo Takenaka

Charge of Maker: Korekatsu Kouyou
Editing: Sachiko Yamaike
Film Operator: Kouji Ichihara
Lighting: Shoushichi Kojima
Photography: Takashi Nakao
Production Superintendence: Takashi Tsubozima
Publicist: Youji Kawashima
Recording: Noboru Nishio
Sub Superintendence: Mitsutaka Shimura
Shirou Itou as Inspector Zenigata
Yuuki Meguro as Arsene Lupin III

Eiko Ezaki as Fujiko Mine
Kunie Tanaka as Daisuke Jigen

Akemi Sakamoto as Dragon Sister
Akira Hitomi as Oooka
Akira Ouizumi as Assassin Ichirō Hinawa
Arihiro Fujimura as Superintendent of Metropolitan Police
Baku Hatakeyama as Museum Guard
E. H. Eric as Sir Mokkinbat
Emi as Young Madam
Fujio Tokita as Homeless
Hideyo Amamoto as Assassin at orphanage
Hiroshi Ayukawa as Police Escort
Isao Sakuma as Marathon Announcer
Junichi Tanaka as Miroku Ooguchi
Junko Yamada as Dragon Sister
Junsuke Kariya as Assassin
Katsuo Umino as Patrolman
Kazuhiro Fukuzaki as Assassin Kuriko Nidoro
Kazuo Suzuki as Assassin Ippatsu Hitchū
Kiyoshi Maekawa as Assassin Marutakadai
Kouji Aozora as Motorcycle Policeman
Kyūji Aozora as Police Box
Mamoru Hirata as Engineer of Capsule
Maria Anzai as Mysterious girl
Minoru Uezu as Gosaku Inakadori
Poppies as Dragon sisters
Rena Natsuki as Yamako Asama
Rinichi Yamamoto as Genkuroubei
Sachio Sakai as Museum Security Chief with Moustache
Sanji Kojima as Gay Driver
Sayoko Nishida as Dragon Sister
Setsuko Kawaguchi as Orphanage Nun
Shouichi Hirose as Museum Guard
Shōzō Fukuyama as Kyūroku Ōgeta
Takashi Ezaki as Touyama
Toki Shiozawa as Policewoman
Tomoko Sugiyama as Dragon Sister
Tooru Oohira as Boss
Yoko Matsumoto as Dragon Sister
Yousuke Naka as Assassin Doukasen
Yukiko Katada as Dragon Sister
Japanese companies
Distributor: TOHO
Music Production: VAP
English staff
English companies
(none)
Distributor: Discotek Media
English cast
(none)
Italian staff
Italian companies
(none)
Dubbing: Yamato Video
Italian cast
(none)
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