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Goodbye Partner is the 26th Lupin the 3rd television special. It originally aired on January 25, 2019.

Synopsis

Inspector Zenigata gets arrested on conspiracy charges for helping Lupin. Lupin however is after a special diamond called the Time Crystal that is also the key to control a quantum supercomputer that can be used to rule the world. While Lupin successfully steals the diamond, he gets betrayed by Jigen. Meanwhile at a Chopin Competition in London, Lisa who is the most likely to win gets kidnapped. A betrayal, a kidnapped pianist and Zenigata's arrest...

Lupin and Goemon must face Jigen in an intense battle for the fate of the Time Crystal.

Cast

Japanese
Characters Voice Actors
Lupin III Kanichi Kurita
Daisuke Jigen Kiyoshi Kobayashi
Goemon Ishikawa XIII Daisuke Namikawa
Fujiko Mine Miyuki Sawashiro
Inspector Koichi Zenigata Kōichi Yamadera
Roy Forest Junichi Suwabe
Alisa Cartwright Minako Kotobuki
Norman Tsuyoshi Koyama
Katō Yōji Ueda
Emilka Risa Uchida
Riley Eriko Uchino
President Tomoko Shiota
Frédéric Chopin Yūya Uchida
Camille Shōzō Sasaki

Additional voices:[1]

  • Jirō Saitō as Police Commander
  • Yūko Kasahara as Swimsuit Female Customer
  • Akio Hirose as Commentator
  • Yukimi Takeuchi as Newscaster
  • Eriko Yanase as Swimsuit Beauty
  • Kenji Kitamura as Hotel Manager
  • Yumiko Matsūra as Police Officer
  • Yū Seki as Jailer
  • Masayuki Omoro as Aide
  • Tsuguo Mogami as Correspondent
  • Akira Koga as Pilot A
  • Akihiro Tajima as Pilot B
  • Hayato Watanabe as Copai
  • Masaaki Ihara as Special Forces Captain
  • Yoshihisa Yamamoto as Soldier A
  • Shūei Ikawa as Driver
English
Characters Voice Actors
Lupin III Tony Oliver
Daisuke Jigen Richard Epcar
Goemon Ishikawa XIII Lex Lang
Fujiko Mine Michelle Ruff
Inspector Koichi Zenigata Doug Erholtz
Roy Forest Armen Taylor
Alisa Cartwright Ryan Bartley
Norman Chris Tergeliafera
Katō Mark Whitten
Emilka Lizzie Freeman
Riley Katelyn Gault
President Dorah Fine
(as Madame President)
Frédéric Chopin Chris Hackney
Camille Douglas Highlen

Additional voices:

  • Chris Smith as Aide
  • Chris Hackney as A.I.
  • Brook Chalmers as Chief
  • Bill Millsap as Communications Officer
  • DW McCann as Newscaster A
  • Laura Stahl as Newscaster B
  • Matt Greenbaum as Subordinate
Italian ("Addio, Amico Mio")
Characters Voice Actors
Lupin III Stefano Onofri
Daisuke Jigen Alessandro D'Errico
Goemon Ishikawa XIII Antonio Palumbo
Fujiko Mine Alessandra Korompay
Inspector Koichi Zenigata Rodolfo Bianchi
Roy Forest Francisco Prando
Alisa Cartwright Agnese Marteddu
Norman Alessandro Budroni
Katō Francesco Venditti
Emilka Myriam Catania
Riley Unknown
President Antonella Giannini
Frédéric Chopin Alberto Franco
Camille Guido Sagliocca
(as Camill)

Additional voices:[2]

  • Daniele Valenti as Secretary President (Aide)
  • Martina Felli as Newscaster
  • Enrico Pallini as FBI Agent
  • Davide Marzi as Conductor

Releases

Japan

  • DVD March 20, 2019 (VPBY-14810, VAP)
  • Blu-ray March 20, 2019 (VPXY-71694, VAP)

USA

  • Amazon Prime November 18, 2019 (TMS, dubbed and subtitled)
  • Blu-ray June 30, 2020 (Discotek)

United Kingdom

  • Amazon Prime 18th November 2019 (TMS, dubbed and subtitled)

Notes

  • Currently this is the only special and animation where Lupin wears a black jacket, even though he also wears his red jacket. He previously also wore a black jacket in the 2014 live-action movie.
  • It is also the only TV special where Lupin wears his red jacket with a lavender tie like Part 2 rather than a yellow tie like most specials. Prison of the Past reverts back to the yellow tie.
  • Concept art of the characters lists the TV Special as "Lupin the IIIrd TVSP 2018". Lupin, Jigen and Goemon had their designs finalized in 2019 while Lupin's caped suit, Alisa Cartwright, Roy Forest and a black haired Fujiko were in 2018.
  • The Frédéric Chopin songs that are played are "Tristesse" and "Revolutionary Etude" (Op 10, No. 12).
  • Emilka plays a role similar to the Red Queen from the Resident Evil movies.
  • Even though the US Blu-ray release of Goodbye Partner was meant to be June 30, people received copies as early as May 26. [1]
  • It is the only known dub where an English dub was produced before the Italian dub as the release date of the English dub of The Mystery of Mamo is unknown as they were both in 1979.

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