The Castle of Cagliostro

Continuity mistake: Lupin's car windows are blown away in the car chase, and he and Gingen break all the remaining shards of glass from them. They then return again when lupin pulls up to the princess' car, then disappear in the following shot.

Continuity mistake: The car's headlights towards the end of the film change from repaired to broken, a few times between shots.

Inspector Zenigata: Damn! I was a step too slow! Lupin pulled off his theft.
Lady Clarisse de Cagliostro: No, he didn't steal anything. He fought for me.
Inspector Zenigata: No, ma'am. He stole something of no small value... your heart.
Lady Clarisse de Cagliostro: Yes, he did.
Inspector Zenigata: Well, then, I must be going.

Waitress: I feel sorry for Lady Clarisse. The count's known for being a real playboy.
Lupin III: Oh, really? Just like me! Say, are you busy tonight?

Lupin III: That's Zenigata, truly the ideal of the Shoowa Period. A man incomparable for his determination to his work.

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