Fujiko Mine is the love/lust interest of Arsene Lupin III. Although she cares for Lupin (sometimes), she also has no problem making deals with Zenigata or enemies of Lupin in order to escape capture or gain loot.
Fujiko is very crafty and like Lupin is also a good master of disguise. Fujiko is the perfect example of a femme fatale.
Fujiko Mine was first voiced in an English dub created in the late 70s. Her voice actress is unknown.
Fujiko was voiced by Edie Mirman in the Streamline English dubs. Edie Mirman voiced Fujiko in the original English dub of The Castle of Cagliostro, a new English dub for The Secret of Mamo and 2 episodes of the Part II TV series. Streamline released these 2 episodes in 2 individuals releases called Tales of the Wolf: Volume 1 and Tales of the Wolf: Volume 2. It was also re-released as Lupin III: Greatest Capers.
AnimEigo's English dub of The Fuma Conspiracy had Fujiko voiced by Michele Seidman. This was later re-released by Discotek Media.
For the Manga UK English dubs of Lupin III: Bye Bye, Lady Liberty and Lupin III: The Secret of Mamo, Fujiko was voiced by Toni Barry.
Manga Entertainment with Animaze created their own English dub for The Castle of Cagliostro and in this version Fujiko was voiced by Dorothy Fahn.
Geneon Entertainment (previously known as Pioneer Entertainment) created English dubs for the TV series Part II (79 out of 155 episodes) and a brand new English dub for The Secret of Mamo with phuuz entertainment. In the Geneon dubs Fujiko was voiced by Michelle Ruff. Ruff also reprises Fujiko in Lupin III: The Woman Called Fujiko Mine as well as several TV series and TV specials from Discotek Media and TMS Entertainment USA.
Funimation Entertainment licensed 8 Lupin III TV specials and 2 movies. In these English dubs Fujiko was voiced by Meredith McCoy.
Cristina Vee voices Fujiko in the movies Jigen's Gravestone, Goemon's Blood Spray and Fujiko's Lie.