Lupin the Third vs. Detective Conan: The Movie (2013)

Director
Hajime Kamegaki

Main cast
Kanichi Kurita; Minami Takayama; Kappei Yamaguchi; Wakana Yamazaki; Kiyoshi Kobayashi

Genres
Action, Crime, Mystery, Animation

Description
The plot follows Conan Edogawa who sets out to apprehend Arsène Lupin III, the suspect of stealing a jewel called Cherry Sapphire.


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