Naruto 8 Seasons 2007

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Along with Pakkun, Naruto, Sakura and Shikamaru are in hot pursuit of Sasuke. Pakkun senses nine of Orochimaru's men coming after them. - This Episode is part of Season 2, Volume 2

Starring:
Tony Beck, Laurent Vernin
Runtime:
24 minutes
Original air date:
January 20, 2007

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Season 3
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    1. 3-01 Jiraiya, one of the legendary Three Ninja, suddenly appears before Ebisu and Naruto. Naruto gives Jiraiya the nickname, "Pervy Sage." - This Episode is part of Season 2, Volume 1

    TV-14 24min September 30, 2006
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    2. 3-02 The Sound Ninja Dosu appears before Gaara and intends on defeating Gaara. But Gaara beats him soundly. Stealthily watching them are a Jonin of the Sand Village and Kabuto! - This Episode is part of Season 2, Volume 1

    TV-14 24min October 7, 2006
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    3. 3-03 Naruto continues training under Jiraiya to master the "Summoning Jutsu" which enables him to call forth various living beasts. But he has a hard time controlling the Chakra of the Nine-Tailed Fox... - This Episode is part of Season 2, Volume 1

    TV-14 24min October 21, 2006
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    4. 3-04 It is three weeks since Naruto began training under Jiraiya. And Naruto has been on the brink of collapse many times. - This Episode is part of Season 2, Volume 1

    TV-14 24min October 28, 2006
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    5. 3-05 Naruto is finally able to draw out the Nine-Tail Chakra and utilize the "Summoning Jutsu." Gamabunta appears and does not believe that Naruto summoned him. This Episode is part of Season 2, Volume 1

    TV-14 24min November 4, 2006
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    6. 3-06 On the day of the test, Gaara disappears from the inn where the Sand Ninja are staying and goes to Hidden Leaf Hospital. - This Episode is part of Season 2, Volume 1

    TV-14 24min November 11, 2006
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    7. 3-07 The day of the Exam finally arrives. Naruto's first opponent is Neji Hyuga. - This Episode is part of Season 2, Volume 1

    TV-14 24min November 18, 2006
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    8. 3-08 Finally, Chunin Exam starts with the eight Ninja who qualified in the preliminaries. But Sasuke is nowhere to be found. - This Episode is part of Season 2, Volume 1

    TV-14 24min November 18, 2006
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    9. 3-09 Naruto is unable to use his Shadow Clone Jutsu against Neji who can see chakra points! - This Episode is part of Season 2, Volume 1

    TV-14 24min November 18, 2006
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    10. 3-10 Naruto and Neji's battle continue with Neji showing enormous power. - This Episode is part of Season 2, Volume 1

    TV-14 24min November 18, 2006
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    11. 3-11 Defeated by Naruto, Neji is being taken to the hospital, when Neji's uncle Hiashi appears. - This Episode is part of Season 2, Volume 1

    TV-14 24min November 25, 2006
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    12. 3-12 Sasuke's match is postponed and suddenly, it is Shikamaru's turn. He has shown no eagerness to fight, thinking that his is merely a secondary match... - This Episode is part of Season 2, Volume 1

    TV-14 24min December 2, 2006
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    13. 3-13 In the Shikamaru and Temari's match, Shikamaru who had the upper hand suddenly makes a surprising decision! - This Episode is part of Season 2, Volume 1

    TV-14 24min December 9, 2006
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    14. 3-14 Sasuke and Gaara'a anticipated match begins. Gaara eerily talks to himself, as though addressing someone. - This Episode is part of Season 2, Volume 2

    TV-14 24min December 16, 2006
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    15. 3-15 Sauske's speed and moves are identical to Lee's Taijutsu. But Gaara is not an opponent who can be defeated with just Taijutsu. - This Episode is part of Season 2, Volume 2

    TV-14 24min December 23, 2006
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    16. 3-16 During the match, someone has used Genjutsu to put everyone in the arena to sleep. The Sand Ninja led by Orochimaru have begun their plan to destroy the Hidden Leaf Village. - This Episode is part of Season 2, Volume 2

    TV-14 24min January 6, 2007
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    17. 3-17 The Sound and Sand Ninja, along with Orochimaru, begin their move to destroy Hidden Leaf Village. The arena has become a battleground. - This Episode is part of Season 2, Volume 2

    TV-14 24min January 13, 2007
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    18. 3-18 Along with Pakkun, Naruto, Sakura and Shikamaru are in hot pursuit of Sasuke. Pakkun senses nine of Orochimaru's men coming after them. - This Episode is part of Season 2, Volume 2

    TV-14 24min January 20, 2007
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    19. 3-19 Orochimaru traps the Hokage inside a barrier and continue to battle. This Episode is part of Season 2, Volume 2

    TV-14 24min January 27, 2007
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    20. 3-20 Sasuke finally catches up to Gaara, Temari, and Kankuro. Kankuro escapes with Gaara leaving Temari to face Sasuke. - This Episode is part of Season 2, Volume 2

    TV-14 24min January 27, 2007
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    21. 3-21 The battle between the Hokage and Orochimaru rages on. Finally, the Hokage resorts to a Jutsu unknown to Orochimaru, the Sealing Jutsu known as "Reaper Death Seal." - This Episode is part of Season 2, Volume 2

    TV-14 24min February 3, 2007
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    22. 3-22 Shino appears as Sasuke and Kankuro battle. Leaving Shino to handle Kankuro, Sasuke goes after Gaara. - This Episode is part of Season 2, Volume 2

    TV-14 24min February 10, 2007
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    23. 3-23 Half of Gaara's body has transformed and Sasuke continues his battle against him. - This Episode is part of Season 2, Volume 2

    TV-14 24min February 17, 2007
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    24. 3-24 By the time Naruto and Sakura catch up, Sasuke has exhausted his strength and collapsed. - This Episode is part of Season 2, Volume 2

    TV-14 24min February 24, 2007
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    25. 3-25 Naruto is helpless against Gara's immense power. While Naruto declares that he fights for his comrades, Gaara says he fights for himself. - This Episode is part of Season 2, Volume 2

    TV-14 24min March 3, 2007
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    26. 3-26 Naruto is helpless against Gaara's overpowering strength. However, after seeing Sasuke risking life and limb to save him and Sakura... - This Episode is part of Season 2, Volume 2

    TV-14 24min March 10, 2007

Product Details

Genres Fantasy, Adventure, Action, Comedy
Director Jeff Nimoy
Starring Tony Beck, Laurent Vernin
Supporting actors Junko Takeuchi, Maile Flanagan, Kate Higgins, Chie Nakamura, Noriaki Sugiyama, Yuri Lowenthal, Dave Wittenberg, Colleen O'Shaughnessey, Steve Staley, Kôichi Tôchika, Kazuhiko Inoue, Shotaro Morikubo, Tom Gibis, Yoichi Masukawa, Kyle Hebert, Brian Donovan, Steve Blum, Masako Katsuki
Season year 2007
Network Viz Media
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Anime Addict-Go Naruto! on September 20, 2007
Format: DVD
Picks up right where box 2 left off. Great graphics on the box, as usual. I'll give you the episode names and then talk to you some more about the set after.
There are 13 episodes as follows.

DISC 1
26. Special Report: Live from the Forest of Death!
27. The Chunin Exam Stage 2: The Forest of Death
28. Eat or be Eaten: Panic in the Forest
29. Naruto's Counterattack: Never Give In!
30. The Sharingan Revived: Dragon-Flame Jutsu!
DISC 2
31. Bush Brow's Pledge: Undying Love and Protection!
32. Sakura Blossoms!
33. Battle Formation: Ino-Shika-Cho!
34. Akamaru Trembles: Gaara's Cruel Strength
DISC 3
35. The Scroll's Secret: No Peeking Allowed
36. Clone vs. Clone: Mine are Better than Yours!
37. Surviving the Cut! The Rookie Nine Together Again!
38. Narrowing the Field: Sudden Death Elimination!
---disc 3 contains special features---
-Production Art
-Volume 4 Sneak Preview (Smiley face)
-English Credits
-Shonen Jump Home Video
-From Sketch to Screen: Storyboard Comparison Episode 33

-------option to watch in Japanese or English, and has english subtitles.-------

If you've never seen Naruto before--DO NOT START HERE....GO BACK TO THE BEGINNING AND START THERE....NOW....SERIOUSLY.

All right, now that that's out of the way, let's move on. This boxed set spends basically the whole time in the forrest of death. Let me tell you, Naruto's team gets the worst of it, because the bad guy is after them--of course--. Sasuke has the curse mark put on him, bad guy(Orochimaru) puts another seal on Naruto's nine-tailed fox so Naruto can no longer access it's chakra while fighting, and we finally see Sakura doing some real fighting.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Alkan Traveler on May 18, 2007
Format: DVD
I've bought past Naruto boxed sets from different anime sites and these are by far the best ones. The subtitling is very good and almost the same with the fan subbed versions. I wish they would release more boxed sets so they can at least catch up with the series. Naruto:Shippuden series is getting better and better. For anyone who is looking to buy boxed Naruto sets I would strongly suggest theses.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By sammyboy on May 31, 2007
Format: DVD
well i finnaly got it today i also own the other two boxsets and this one was just as good as the others it starts right in the forest of death and ends right before the sudden death eliminations the perfect place to end in my opinion just like the other box sets you have the options of watching it in japanese with english subtitles or you can watch it in english with subtitles as well so you can see what they say in the japanese version while watching it in english perfect the album art on the inside of the box is also very nice if your looking for an addition to your naruto collection this is the boxset for you
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By B. S. Windon on January 3, 2008
Format: DVD
Volume 3 of the series starts with a very humourous introduction that recaps the first 25 episodes due to a "mistake" made by Naruto. It then introduces the new opening song... which is a very addictively awesome song. In my oppinion one of the best openings I've heard from any series, animated or not.

Volume 3 takes the viewer into the forest of death where the main villian for the series is first glimpsed in Orochimaru. Volume 3 is also where Naruto begins to let some lesser shown characters take the spotlight. Rock Lee... the annoying little brat from Volume Two becomes an instant fan favourite as he shows his skills and his high morals. And Sakura, finally does something useful while her comrades are out.

Once you watch Volume 3 there is no going back. Naruto will have you hooked!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Dan on June 30, 2007
Format: DVD
This set contains episodes 26-38 which range from the second part of the Chuunin exam to the beginning of the preliminaries for the third part. We get to see the introduction of Orochimaru and his curse seal.

I would rate this set above average (each special edition contains a headband, this one of the sound village). Box set 4 is available for preorder and will prove to be better.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Arnold on August 24, 2009
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Naruto Vol.3 is the beginning of the best part of the Naruto series. It starts at the second part of the Chuunin Exams. This is where the genins must work in teams of three to traverse the forest of death. It is also where the super villian, Orochimaru, is introduced. The DVD is great. There aren't really any significant special features, but the subtitles are near to the fan subs. Which is important if you're like me and don't like the mostly cheesy English dub. If you like Naruto, this is a must have.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Lesley Aeschliman VINE VOICE on February 17, 2009
Format: DVD
Naruto Uncut Box Set 3 is a three DVD set that contains episodes twenty-six through thirty-eight of Naruto. The first disc contains five episodes, the second disc contains four episodes, and the third disc contains four episodes and the special features. I have to say that, unlike Naruto Uncut Box Set 2, this set is more enjoyable to watch; the story isn't being stretched out a ridiculous amount, so it actually progresses at a decent pace.

The first extra included in this DVD set is labeled as "Production Art." This consists of ten pages, and all ten pages are model sketches of some of the Naruto characters. There is also "From Sketch to Screen," which contains eight pages of storyboards from episode thirty-three. You can also see the English credits in the "Extras" menu. These are the exact same English version of the credits that appears on the first two DVD sets of Naruto. This, of course, means that there is no bed music to accompany the credits, so you just watch text crawl up the screen in complete silence.

There is a sneak preview of Naruto Uncut Box Set 4, which runs a little over three-and-a-half minutes. A link labeled "Shonen Jump Home Video" is a link to three trailers: Bleach, Hikaru no Go, and One Piece. The "Shonen Jump Magazine" link includes an advertisement for Shonen Jump Magazine, an advertisement for the Naruto manga, and two advertisements for other Shonen Jump manga titles.

Just like the first two box sets, I was rather disappointed with the special features included on this set. While I basically knew to expect these extras, since they're the same kinds that are on the first two sets, I kept hoping that perhaps Viz Media would go to a little more effort with the extras this time.

If you're a Naruto fan and want to collect the episodes on DVD, then the Naruto Uncut Box Set 3 would be a good addition to your DVD library.
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