The Amalfi Coast is known worldwide for its beauty. So beautiful that the animators and producers of the well-known cartoon series inspired by the gentleman thief Lupine wanted to pay homage. In the feature aired last night entitled Lupine III – Jigen Daisuke’s plaque appeared, in fact, the city of Amalfi. A clear image is the one we offer you (posted on the Lupine III Toy page fanpage). But that is not all. It is not the only time the Divine appears in the Lupine series. The fourth series of the TV anime is in fact set almost entirely in Italy (Lupine III – The Italian adventure), and in particular in the episode “Don’t move the Mona Lisa” a view of Atrani is evident. In the episode in question, Lupine ran out of money, deciding to steal Mona Lisa from the Louvre museum to sell it to an Italian billionaire. The plan, at first glance, fails, as Lupine realizes the stolen crime of stealing a fake, while the original ends up in the hands of the corrupt French minister Philippe, who has long been used to secretly loan it to wealthy customers around the world to finance his political career. Eventually it turns out that the fake stolen by Lupine had been created by the same prisoner who fled the MI6 labs in Rome, who turns out to be none other than Leonardo da Vinci himself.