Three-disc set includes: The Adventures of Arsène Lupin (Les Aventures d'Arsène Lupin) (1957)The latest audacious Parisian crime spree for Arsène Lupin (Robert Lamoureux) succeded in intriguing one of his marks-none other than Kaiser Wilhelm II (O.E. Hasse) himself-who in turn dared the gentleman thief to pilfer a priceless gem. Will it be a challenge that Lupin will regret taking? Colorful take on Maurice Leblanc's antihero co-stars Liselotte Pulver, Henri Rollan, Daniel Ceccaldi, Georges Chamarat; Jacques Becker directs. 103 min. In French with English subtitles. C/Rtg: NR Signed, Arsène Lupin (Signé: Arsène Lupin) (1959)Arsène Lupin (Robert Lamoureux) would regret allying with the shifty La Ballu (Yves Robert, who directed) to knock over a plush Belgian villa... as La Ballu escaped with one third of a valuable triptych, and left Lupin alone to face the gendarmes. Can Lupin beat his betrayer to the other paintings, discover their secret, and get even? Lamoureux's second turn as the gentleman bandit co-stars Alida Valli, Jacques Dufilho. 99 min. In French with English subtitles. BW/Rtg: NR Arsène Lupin vs. Arsène Lupin (Arsène Lupin Contre Arsène Lupin) (1962)At the passing of industrialist André Laroche, magistrate's son François de Vierne (Jean-Claude Brialy) and stage magician Gérard Dagmar (Jean-Pierre Cassel) discovered not only that he was their biological father, but that he was actually the notorious Arsène Lupin! The half-brothers find themselves vying to swipe gems back for a gorgeous princess (Geneviève Grad) in Édouard Molinaro's comic spin; Françoise Dorléac co-stars. 111 min. In French with English subtitles. BW/Rtg: NR Standard and Widescreen; Soundtrack: French; Subtitles: English.