Robber's Company - Recommendations

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Kari5 Kari5 says...

Both of these are CGI shorts with strong 'western animation' vibes. I wouldn't be surprised to find either on a North American TV channel. They also both have good characters/story despite their length. If you enjoyed one, give the other a try!

Lupin III 3DCG

Lupin III 3DCG

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Slippy Dandy

Slippy Dandy

Farcical thievery in the style of Cat's Eye, as the pretty blonde photographer Audrey pursues the burglar Slippy Dandy, unaware that he is really Steve, the young college boy who worships her from afar.

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Lupin III vs. Cat's Eye

Lupin III vs. Cat's Eye

The Cat's Eye sisters are once again aiming to steal the three paintings that once belonged to their father. Only this time, Lupin III is also after the same trio of paintings that is targeted by the three sisters. The paintings in question will also reveal a long-buried mystery.

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Lupin III: The First

Lupin III: The First

The iconic “gentleman thief” Lupin III returns in an action-packed, continent-spanning adventure, as Lupin III and his colorful underworld companions race to uncover the secrets of the mysterious Bresson Diary, before it falls into the hands of a dark cabal that will stop at nothing to resurrect the Third Reich.

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Lupin III: Green vs Red

Lupin III: Green vs Red

When there is a thief as infamous and cunning as Arsene Lupin the 3rd, copycats are inevitable – everyone wants to try their hand at becoming the master thief. The real Lupin has the target for his next job, Ice Cube – a diamond that holds a secret. However, whilst the presence of the copycats is of little consequence to the true Lupin, one impostor is becoming much more of a problem: he is after the same loot, and unlike the countless other fakes, this one is good. Now the real and the fake Lupins must battle it out to see who can get to the diamond first and who is most worthy of the Lupin name, all the whilst trying to avoid the relentless Zenigata who still vows to arrest Lupin – that is, if he can figure out which one is real!

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Lupin VIII: Arsene and Cie

Lupin VIII: Arsene and Cie

5 generations after Lupin the 3rd, Lupin the 8th plies his trade in an airship that flies above a futuristic Paris.

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Lupin Shanshei

Lupin Shanshei

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Lupin III Special 11: The Columbus Files

Lupin III Special 11: The Columbus Files

After pulling off a heist at a Swiss Bank, Lupin is celebrating with Fujiko over a bottle of champagne – that is, until she tries to ditch him in the middle of the evening, snatching away a set of papers from the pile of loot. Fujiko then reveals that she only told Lupin to rob the bank so that she could get her hands on The Columbus Files, a document that points to the whereabouts of Columbus's greatest treasure: The Columbus Egg. However before she can say more, the pair is interrupted by a gang of armed men who also want the files. Rather than let them fall into enemy hands, Fujiko destroys the papers, claiming she has memorized them; however, she then falls off a cliff and loses her memory. Now, with the only clues to the treasure inside Fujiko’s mind, Lupin must keep her safe, find a way to unlock her memories, and find the treasure first!

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Lupin III Special 20: Sweet Lost Night

Lupin III Special 20: Sweet Lost Night

At Fujiko's request, Lupin travels to Arabia to steal the legendary Magic Lamp. After obtaining the loot and shaking off the relentless Zenigata, Lupin retreats to a secluded beach and upon rubbing the lamp he is greeted by its fairy. The next thing he knows, Lupin is in the middle of a busy road twelve hours later with no recollection of what happened the night before! Lupin soon learns that the mysterious fairy of the lamp is actually a woman named Drew and the lamp itself is a device for controlling memories. Since his pride as a thief refuses to allow anything to be stolen from him - especially half his daily memories - Lupin sets out to retrieve the lamp and confront Dr. Eichmann: the man behind this invasive technology. With obstacles in his way such as the persistent Colonel Garlic who also wants to get his hands on the lamp, will Lupin be able to stop Dr. Eichmann and recover his lost memories?

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