Lupin III: Seven Days Rhapsody (special)

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[ part of [Lupin III] ]

Alternative title:
Lupin III - La lacrima della Dea (Italian) 
「ルパン三世 セブンデイズ・ラプソディ」 (Japanese) 
Genres: action , adventure , comedy 
Themes: thief 
Objectionable content: Mild 
Plot Summary: In the week leading up to a fixed horse race, Lupin and crew head their separate ways. Lupin rescues a mysterious rich girl, Jigen takes a contract with an old friend, and Goemon assists Fujiko in pursuit of the largest uncut diamond in the world. As it turns out, these seemingly unrelated paths are all intertwined. 
User Ratings: 44 ratings have been given [details]
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Seen in part or in whole by 95 users, rank: #3534 (of 6020)
Median rating: Good
Arithmetic mean: 7.364 (Good+), std. dev.: 0.9556, rank: #1488 (of 6015)
Weighted mean: 7.325 (Good+), rank: #1426 (of 6015) (seen all: 7.32)
Bayesian estimate: 7.373 (Good+), rank: #1129 (of 4523)
Running time: 90 minutes 
Vintage: 2006-09-08 (Original Japanese broadcast at 9:03 P.M.) 
Release dates: We have 1
Opening Theme:
"Theme from Lupin the 3rd" by Yuji Ohno 
Ending Theme:
"ミシェル" by Miriya Kato 
Official website:
Lupin the 3rd Network (Japanese) 
TMS Lupin the 3rd Page (Japanese) 
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Hajime Kamegaki 
Screenplay: Hiroshi Kashiwabara 
Music: Yuji Ohno 
Original Concept: Maurice Leblanc 
Character Design: Satoshi Hirayama 
Art Director: Yukiko Iijima 
Mechanical design: Yoshio Mizumura 
Director of Photography: Satoshi Ohtsubo 
Producer:
Intsu Ozaki 
Toshio Nakatani (NTV) 

Assistant producer: Ryusuke Aoki 
Color setting: Aiko Yamagami 
Editing: Yuriko Sano 
Mecha Animation Director: Yoshio Mizumura 
Music Director: Seiji Suzuki 
Production manager: Kei Watabiki 
Recording Director: Satoshi Kato 
Script Producer: Junichi Iioka 
Eiko Masuyama as Fujiko Mine 
Goro Naya as Inspector Zenigata 
Kanichi Kurita as Arsène Lupin III 
Kiyoshi Kobayashi as Jigen Daisuke 
Makio Inoue as Goemon Ishikawa XIII 

Eriko Kigawa as Sale girl 
Fumihiko Tachiki as Raiatto 
Hiroshi Iwasaki as Auto rickshaw Driver 
Keiji Okuda as Front Man 
Kousei Kobayashi as Horse racing announcer 
Mabuki Andou as Jenny 
Mariya Ise as Michelle 
Masaki Kawanabe as Koriano 
Masane Tsukayama as Gaz 
Matsuo Matsuo as Monk 
Mizuki Saitou as Kokkusu 
Shunsuke Sakuya as Fire 
Tesshô Genda as Vice president 
Yousuke Akimoto as Danon 
Japanese companies
Animation Production: Tokyo Movie 
Broadcaster: NTV 
Digital Paint: Mizo Planning 
Key Animation:
Last House 
Team SB 
Tokyo Movie 
Music Production: VAP 
Photography: TMS Photo 
Italian cast
Italian staff
Dubbing Director: Giorgio Lopez 
Alessandra Korompay as Fujiko Mine 
Antonio Palumbo as Goemon Ishikawa XIII 
Rodolfo Bianchi as Koichi Zenigata 
Sandro Pellegrini as Daisuke Jigen 
Stefano Onofri as Arsenio Lupin III 

Bruno Alessandro as Gaz 
Gemma Donati as Michelle 
Manlio De Angelis as Raiatt 
Italian companies
Broadcaster:
Hiro 
Italia 1 
Italia 2 
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