Urusei Yatsura: Always My Darling (うる星やつら いつだってマイ・ダーリン, Urusei Yatsura Itsudatte Mai Dārin?) is the sixth and final film in the Urusei Yatsura franchise. It was produced by Kitty Films, primarily animated by Madhouse, and first screened at a film festival in Japan on August 18, 1991. The film would later be distributed to theaters by Argo Project on November 2, 1991 alongside Ranma ½: The Battle of Nekonron China! Fight to Break the Rules!!.
Lupica, an alien princess, is in love with a tofu seller. To make him love her too (at least, announce his love. He obviously fears the social taboo of a tofu vendor marrying a princess), she needs to get a love potion, which is in a certain temple. Legend has it that the only person that can obtain this love potion is the most lecherous man in the universe. That man turns out to be Ataru Moroboshi. Lupica kidnaps Ataru to make him get the potion, and Lum and her friends go out to search for Ataru.
- Ataru Moroboshi
- Shūtarō Mendō
- Ryūnosuke Fujinami
- Ryūnosuke's father
- Ataru's Father
- Ataru's Mother
- Lum's Mother
- Lum's Father
- This is last animated production of the entire franchise until 2008 with the 12th OVA.
- Because of the 17-year hiatus, this is also the last production of the UY franchise to be in traditional cel animation. By the early 2000s, most animated movies, OVAs, or TV shows would be in digital ink-and-paint instead. With this the next animated production would be animated digitally.
- The last production to be animated in cels was the animated TV adaptation of Sazae-san which continued to use cel animation until 2015 when the series finally switched to digital ink-and-paint.
- This is the only movie in the series to be not distributed by Toho.