Lupin tries to romance Fujiko while dealing with a short villain who claims to be 10,000 years old. Quite good; the chase scenes aren't quite up to Fuma or Cagliostro, but (for cheesecake fans) you do get to see more of Fujiko. Gravity? What gravity? Recommended for viewing after Cagliostro or Fuma.
A big plus for Babylon 5 fans: Ardwright Chamberlain, the voice of Kosh, wrote the English dialog for the Streamline release and is Goemon's voice.
Though quite a bit older than the Lupin movies above, this one still delivers the goods fairly well. The writing and art are kinda lax in some areas (Mamo himself is not really much of a villain) and the art is a far cry from Cagliostro. Far from the best of Lupin, but still worth watching if you're a fan.
Availability: Was dubbed by the now-defunct Streamline Pictures; you might still be able to find a copy somewhere. Now available on DVD.