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The very first in the Anime/LupinIIIYearlySpecials, a series of {{Made For TV Movie}}s produced by Creator/TMSEntertainment and NTV. ''Bye-Bye Liberty Crisis''[[note]] Japanese title: バイバイ·リバティー危機一発! (Bye Bye Liberty Kiki Ippatsu!)[[/note]] first aired in Japan on April 1st, 1989. It was also dubbed into English and released in the United Kingdom by Creator/MangaEntertainment in 1996 under the title ''Goodbye Lady Liberty''.

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The very first in the Anime/LupinIIIYearlySpecials, a series of {{Made For TV Movie}}s produced by Creator/TMSEntertainment and NTV. ''Bye-Bye Liberty Crisis''[[note]] Japanese title: バイバイ·リバティー危機一発! (Bye Bye Liberty Kiki Ippatsu!)[[/note]] first aired in Japan on April 1st, 1989. It was also directed by the legendary Creator/OsamuDezaki, who would go on to direct four more of the ''Lupin'' specials, making him the director to have headed the most of them.

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dubbed into English and released in the United Kingdom by Creator/MangaEntertainment in 1996 under the title ''Goodbye Lady Liberty''.
Liberty''. It was, for many years, one of the only bits of the ''Lupin III'' franchise that saw release in the UK, but not the US. Thankfully, Creator/DiscotekMedia (ever the champions of ''Lupin'') announced that they would give the special a DVD release in the US, including its rare English dub, under the title ''Bye Bye Lady Liberty''. For a long time, this was also the only ''Lupin'' special outside of Creator/{{Funimation}}'s block to have an English dub, until Creator/DiscotekMedia announced that they would make dub of ''Anime/LupinIIIBloodSealEternalMermaid'' in 2018.



This special was for many years one of the only bits of the ''Lupin III'' franchise that saw release in the UK, but not the US. Thankfully, Creator/DiscotekMedia (ever the champions of ''Lupin'') announced that they would give the special a DVD release in the US, including its rare English dub, under the title ''Bye Bye Lady Liberty''. For a long time, this was the only ''Lupin'' special outside of Creator/{{Funimation}}'s block to have an English dub, until Creator/DiscotekMedia announced that they would dub of ''Anime/LupinIIIBloodSealEternalMermaid'' in 2018.


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This special was for many years one of the only bits of the ''Lupin III'' franchise that saw release in the UK, but not the US. Thankfully, Creator/DiscotekMedia (ever the champions of ''Lupin'') announced that they would give the special a DVD release in the US, including its rare English dub, under the title ''Bye Bye Lady Liberty''. Incidentally, this is the only ''Lupin'' special outside of Creator/{{Funimation}}'s block to have an English dub.

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This special was for many years one of the only bits of the ''Lupin III'' franchise that saw release in the UK, but not the US. Thankfully, Creator/DiscotekMedia (ever the champions of ''Lupin'') announced that they would give the special a DVD release in the US, including its rare English dub, under the title ''Bye Bye Lady Liberty''. Incidentally, For a long time, this is was the only ''Lupin'' special outside of Creator/{{Funimation}}'s block to have an English dub.
dub, until Creator/DiscotekMedia announced that they would dub of ''Anime/LupinIIIBloodSealEternalMermaid'' in 2018.

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* EvilOldFolks: The leader of the Three Masons is extremely ancient and ill-looking, as well as being something of an EvilSorcerer.


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* TheReveal: [[spoiler: Halfway through, we find out that Isabelle is actually one of the Three Masons, and leads the organization when the elder leader dies.]]

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* ChildProdigy: Michael most certainly qualifies as one, being able to hack into databases. [[spoiler:He inherited it from his mother Isabelle, and this proves important in the last act.]]


* TechnologyMarchesOn: Well, this was made in 1989. Just look at the opening scene.


This special was for many years one of the only bits of the ''Lupin III'' franchise that saw release in the UK, but not the US. Thankfully, Creator/DiscotekMedia (ever the champions of ''Lupin'') announced that they would give the special a DVD release in the US, including its rare English dub. Incidentally, this is the only ''Lupin'' special outside of Creator/{{Funimation}}'s block to have an English dub.

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This special was for many years one of the only bits of the ''Lupin III'' franchise that saw release in the UK, but not the US. Thankfully, Creator/DiscotekMedia (ever the champions of ''Lupin'') announced that they would give the special a DVD release in the US, including its rare English dub.dub, under the title ''Bye Bye Lady Liberty''. Incidentally, this is the only ''Lupin'' special outside of Creator/{{Funimation}}'s block to have an English dub.


The very first in the Anime/LupinIIIYearlySpecials, a series of {{Made For TV Movie}}s produced by Creator/TMSEntertainment and NTV. ''Bye-Bye Liberty Crisis''[[note]]Japanese title: バイバイ·リバティー危機一発! (Bye Bye Liberty Kiki Ippatsu!)[[/note]] first aired in Japan on April 1st, 1989. It was also dubbed into English and released in the United Kingdom by Creator/MangaEntertainment in 1996 under the title ''Goodbye Lady Liberty''.

Lupin has decided to give up his life of crime when he finds out that all the police computers in the world can predict his every move. Still, Jigen comes with a proposition for one last job, which involves stealing a large diamond called the Super Egg from the Statue of Liberty. However, when they are later joined by the young computer whizzkid Michael and the lovely lady Isabelle, who hides a lot more than she lets on, and an evil organization called the Three Masons is hot on their trail, they start learning of a terrible secret that might cause TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt.

It was one of the only bits of the ''Lupin III'' franchise that got released in the UK, but not in the US. Thankfully, Creator/DiscotekMedia (who've already released a few entries in the franchise) announced that they would give the movie a DVD release in the US, including the english dub.

'''Complete spoilers below''' -- don't read further if you don't want to know how this caper turns out!

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The very first in the Anime/LupinIIIYearlySpecials, a series of {{Made For TV Movie}}s produced by Creator/TMSEntertainment and NTV. ''Bye-Bye Liberty Crisis''[[note]]Japanese Crisis''[[note]] Japanese title: バイバイ·リバティー危機一発! (Bye Bye Liberty Kiki Ippatsu!)[[/note]] first aired in Japan on April 1st, 1989. It was also dubbed into English and released in the United Kingdom by Creator/MangaEntertainment in 1996 under the title ''Goodbye Lady Liberty''.

Lupin has decided to give up his life of crime when he finds out that all the police computers in the world New Scotland Yard's new supercomputer can predict his every move. Still, Jigen comes with a proposition for one last job, which involves stealing a large diamond called the Super Egg from the Statue of Liberty. However, when they are later joined by the young computer whizzkid whiz-kid Michael and the lovely lady Isabelle, who hides a lot more than she lets on, and an evil organization called the Three Masons is hot on their trail, they start learning of a terrible secret that might cause TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt.

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'''Complete spoilers below''' -- don't read further if you don't want to know how this caper turns out!



* DubNameChange: Like with many other ''Lupin III'' English dubs at the time, Lupin's renamed to Wolf here. The Three Masons was also renamed to [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Conquer The Universe Inc]].

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* AnimationBump: Not quite to the level of ''Fuma'', but it's a damn sight better looking than any of the TV series, largely due to being storyboarded and directed by Creator/OsamuDezaki.
* DubNameChange: Like with many other ''Lupin III'' This English dubs at dub follows the time, precedent set by the original ''[[Anime/TheCastleOfCagliostro Cagliostro]]'' dub of [[WritingAroundTrademarks avoiding lawsuits from angry French heirs]] by changing Lupin's renamed name to Wolf here. The Three Masons was also renamed to [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Conquer The Universe Inc]]."Wolf".


It was one of the only bits of the ''Lupin III'' franchise that got released in the UK, but not in the US. Thankfully, DiscotekMedia (who've already released a few entries in the franchise) announced that they would give the movie a DVD release in the US, including the english dub.

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It was one of the only bits of the ''Lupin III'' franchise that got released in the UK, but not in the US. Thankfully, DiscotekMedia Creator/DiscotekMedia (who've already released a few entries in the franchise) announced that they would give the movie a DVD release in the US, including the english dub.


It was one of the only bits of the ''Lupin III'' franchise that got released in the UK, but not in the US. Thankfully, DiscotekMedia (who've already released a few entries in the franchise) announced that they would give the movie a DVD release in the US, though whether or not they'll include the english dub (which they've done with almost any anime movie/OVA release they've handled, provided that said movie already has a pre-existing dub) is currently anyone's guess.

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It was one of the only bits of the ''Lupin III'' franchise that got released in the UK, but not in the US. Thankfully, DiscotekMedia (who've already released a few entries in the franchise) announced that they would give the movie a DVD release in the US, though whether or not they'll include including the english dub (which they've done with almost any anime movie/OVA release they've handled, provided that said movie already has a pre-existing dub) is currently anyone's guess.
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'''Complete spoilers below''' -- don't read further if you don't want to know how this caper turns out!


The very first in the Anime/LupinIIIYearlySpecials, a series of {{Made For TV Movie}}s produced by Creator/TMSEntertainment and NTV. ''Bye-Bye Liberty Crisis''[[note]]Japanese title: バイバイ·リバティー危機一発! (Bye Bye Liberty Kiki Ippatsu!)[[/note]] first aired in Japan on April 1st, 1989. It was also dubbed into English and released in the United Kingdom by Creator/MangaEntertainment in 1996 under the title ''Goodbye Lady Liberty''. It is one of the only bits of the ''Lupin III'' franchise that got a UK release but not a North American one.

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The very first in the Anime/LupinIIIYearlySpecials, a series of {{Made For TV Movie}}s produced by Creator/TMSEntertainment and NTV. ''Bye-Bye Liberty Crisis''[[note]]Japanese title: バイバイ·リバティー危機一発! (Bye Bye Liberty Kiki Ippatsu!)[[/note]] first aired in Japan on April 1st, 1989. It was also dubbed into English and released in the United Kingdom by Creator/MangaEntertainment in 1996 under the title ''Goodbye Lady Liberty''. It is one of the only bits of the ''Lupin III'' franchise that got a UK release but not a North American one.
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It was one of the only bits of the ''Lupin III'' franchise that got released in the UK, but not in the US. Thankfully, DiscotekMedia (who've already released a few entries in the franchise) announced that they would give the movie a DVD release in the US, though whether or not they'll include the english dub (which they've done with almost any anime movie/OVA release they've handled, provided that said movie already has a pre-existing dub) is currently anyone's guess.



* TechnologyMarchesOn: Well, this TV-movie was made in 1989. Just look at the opening scene.

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* TechnologyMarchesOn: Well, this TV-movie was made in 1989. Just look at the opening scene.


The very first in a series of ''Manga/LupinIII'' [[MadeForTVMovie Made-For-TV Movies]] produced by TMSEntertainment and NTV, ''Bye-Bye Liberty Crisis''[[note]]Japanese title: バイバイ·リバティー危機一発! (Bye Bye Liberty Kiki Ippatsu!)[[/note]] first aired in Japan on April 1st, 1989. It was also dubbed into English and released in the United Kingdom by Creator/MangaEntertainment in 1996 under the title ''Goodbye Lady Liberty''. It is one of the only bits of the ''Lupin'' franchise that got a UK release but not a North American one.

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The very first in the Anime/LupinIIIYearlySpecials, a series of ''Manga/LupinIII'' [[MadeForTVMovie Made-For-TV Movies]] {{Made For TV Movie}}s produced by TMSEntertainment Creator/TMSEntertainment and NTV, NTV. ''Bye-Bye Liberty Crisis''[[note]]Japanese title: バイバイ·リバティー危機一発! (Bye Bye Liberty Kiki Ippatsu!)[[/note]] first aired in Japan on April 1st, 1989. It was also dubbed into English and released in the United Kingdom by Creator/MangaEntertainment in 1996 under the title ''Goodbye Lady Liberty''. It is one of the only bits of the ''Lupin'' ''Lupin III'' franchise that got a UK release but not a North American one.


* TechnologyMarchesOn: Well, this TV-movie was made in 1989.

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* TechnologyMarchesOn: Well, this TV-movie was made in 1989. Just look at the opening scene.

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The very first in a series of ''Manga/LupinIII'' [[MadeForTVMovie Made-For-TV Movies]] produced by TMSEntertainment and NTV, ''Bye-Bye Liberty Crisis''[[note]]Japanese title: バイバイ·リバティー危機一発! (Bye Bye Liberty Kiki Ippatsu!)[[/note]] first aired in Japan on April 1st, 1989. It was also dubbed into English and released in the United Kingdom by Creator/MangaEntertainment in 1996 under the title ''Goodbye Lady Liberty''. It is one of the only bits of the ''Lupin'' franchise that got a UK release but not a North American one.

Lupin has decided to give up his life of crime when he finds out that all the police computers in the world can predict his every move. Still, Jigen comes with a proposition for one last job, which involves stealing a large diamond called the Super Egg from the Statue of Liberty. However, when they are later joined by the young computer whizzkid Michael and the lovely lady Isabelle, who hides a lot more than she lets on, and an evil organization called the Three Masons is hot on their trail, they start learning of a terrible secret that might cause TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt.

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* AbsurdlySharpBlade: Goemon cuts a helicopter in half with his Zantetsuken, [[spoiler:and later does the same with the Super Egg diamond.]]
* DubNameChange: Like with many other ''Lupin III'' English dubs at the time, Lupin's renamed to Wolf here. The Three Masons was also renamed to [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Conquer The Universe Inc]].
* ImplausibleFencingPowers: Goemon slices the clothes off a couple of secret agents without leaving a scratch.
* MineralMacGuffin: The Super Egg.
* ManChild: The way Lupin reacts when he can't share a hotel bedroom with Isabelle since Goemon is her bodyguard. This is, of course, PlayedForLaughs.
* MonumentalTheft: Go on, take a freaking guess!
* TechnologyMarchesOn: Well, this TV-movie was made in 1989.
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