History Anime / LupinIIIRedJacket

8th May '18 9:47:47 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* TheFunInFuneral: "The Day the Old Man Died" shows the Lupin gang crashing Zenigata's funeral in their usual manner. First, Fujiko, disguised as a mourner, plants a tracking device on the casket. Lupin, Jigen, and Goemon hide inside one of the ovens on the site where the body is to be burned, and once the ensuing inferno destroys the tracking device, Goemon cuts through the oven's wall with his Zantetsuken, and they yank the casket out of the oven right next door. Superintendent Truffaut, who was overseeing the burning, suspected that they'd be running a caper from inside one of those things, and he's GenreSavvy enough to check both the oven to the left and the oven to the right before proceeding. What he doesn't realize until it's too late is that Lupin and his cohorts concealed themselves with a painting of the interior of one of the ovens, and not only that, but [[ForegoneConclusion the old man wasn't dead after all]]!

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* TheFunInFuneral: "The Day the Old Man Died" shows the Lupin gang crashing Zenigata's funeral in their usual manner. First, Fujiko, disguised as a mourner, plants a tracking device on the casket. Lupin, Jigen, and Goemon hide inside one of the ovens on the site where the body is to be burned, and once the ensuing inferno destroys the tracking device, Goemon cuts through the oven's wall with his Zantetsuken, and they yank the casket out of the oven right next door. Superintendent Truffaut, who was overseeing the burning, suspected that they'd be running a caper from inside one of those things, and he's GenreSavvy enough to check checks both the oven to the left and the oven to the right before proceeding. What he doesn't realize until it's too late is that Lupin and his cohorts concealed themselves with a painting of the interior of one of the ovens, and not only that, but [[ForegoneConclusion the old man wasn't dead after all]]!
12th Apr '18 3:26:25 PM fruitstripegum
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* UnintentionalPeriodPiece: Aside from the 1970s fashion sense of the main characters, many of the geo-political aspects didn't age well by the time the English dub was produced. (See UnintentionalPeriodPiece/TheSeventies section of UnintentionalPeriodPiece for further details.)
9th Jan '18 3:27:14 PM Doryna
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* DrivenToSuicide: Goemon after Fujiko takes his sword in [[Recap/LupinIIIS3E10 "The Yam Is Mightier Than The Sword"]] and Lupin when he thinks he's come down with 'Transformation Sickness' in [[Recap/LupinIIIS1E15 "Crude Reproduction, Perfect Frame"]] They're both stopped before they can actually do it, though.

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* DrivenToSuicide: Goemon after Fujiko takes his sword in [[Recap/LupinIIIS3E10 [[Recap/LupinIIIS2E61 "The Yam Is Mightier Than The Sword"]] and Lupin when he thinks he's come down with 'Transformation Sickness' in [[Recap/LupinIIIS1E15 [[Recap/LupinIIIS2E16 "Crude Reproduction, Perfect Frame"]] They're both stopped before they can actually do it, though.
7th Aug '17 8:24:52 AM DeepRed
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* UnintentionalPeriodPiece: Aside from the 1970s fashion sense of the main characters, many of the geo-political aspects didn't age well by the time the English dub was produced. (See UnintentionalPeriodPiece[=/=]UnintentionalPeriodPiece/TheSeventies for further details.)

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* UnintentionalPeriodPiece: Aside from the 1970s fashion sense of the main characters, many of the geo-political aspects didn't age well by the time the English dub was produced. (See UnintentionalPeriodPiece[=/=]UnintentionalPeriodPiece/TheSeventies UnintentionalPeriodPiece/TheSeventies section of UnintentionalPeriodPiece for further details.)
7th Aug '17 8:24:21 AM DeepRed
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* UnintentionalPeriodPiece: Aside from the 1970s fashion sense of the main characters, many of the geo-political aspects didn't age well by the time the English dub was produced. (See UnintentionalPeriodPiece/TheSeventies for further details.)

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* UnintentionalPeriodPiece: Aside from the 1970s fashion sense of the main characters, many of the geo-political aspects didn't age well by the time the English dub was produced. (See UnintentionalPeriodPiece/TheSeventies UnintentionalPeriodPiece[=/=]UnintentionalPeriodPiece/TheSeventies for further details.)
7th Aug '17 8:23:09 AM DeepRed
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* UnintentionalPeriodPiece: Aside from the 1970s fashion sense of the main characters, many of the geo-political aspects didn't age well by the time the English dub was produced. (See UnintentionalPeriodPiece/TheSeventies for further details.)
20th Mar '17 10:12:29 AM rafi
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* MindControlMusic: Used by a one-episode villain.

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* MindControlMusic: Used in episode 79 by Kyoransky, an eccentric musician and the episode's villain. Whomever hears Kyoransky's music sets out to attack Lupin in a one-episode villain.violent rage.
4th Mar '17 2:35:02 AM rafi
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* MindControlMusic: Used by a one-episode villain.
21st Feb '17 7:56:42 PM gewunomox
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* CulturalCrossReference: In the original Japanese, [[Recap/LupinIIIS2E13 “I Left My Mind in San Francisco”]] involved Lupin and Jigen breaking into a NASA base to steal a microfilm reel. Two of the secret passwords to open the door are references to The Music/{{Beatles}} and Music/ElvisPresley, respectively. The English dub replaces these with ''Franchise/StarTrek'' references – which admittedly makes more sense considering it's ''NASA'', but still an odd replacement to make.

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* CulturalCrossReference: In the original Japanese, [[Recap/LupinIIIS2E13 “I Left My Mind in San Francisco”]] involved Lupin and Jigen breaking into a NASA base to steal a microfilm reel. Two of the secret passwords to open the door are references to The Music/{{Beatles}} Music/TheBeatles and Music/ElvisPresley, respectively. The English dub replaces these with ''Franchise/StarTrek'' references – which admittedly makes more sense considering it's ''NASA'', but still an odd replacement to make.
11th Jul '16 12:14:40 PM dotchan
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* RightOutOfMyClothes: The first opening for features Lupin leaping out of his clothes to get into bed with a naked Fujiko.

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* RightOutOfMyClothes: The first opening for features Lupin leaping out of his clothes to get into bed with a naked Fujiko.Fujiko....who promptly smacks him in the face with a spring-loaded punching glove hidden in a box under the covers.
** In the anime itself, any of Lupin's attempts to bed Fujiko begin and end similarly.
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