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Digimon Limited Edition Collectors Box Set: The Complete 3rd Season (Digimon Tamers) (2001)

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  • Format: NTSC, Dubbed, Full Screen, Box set, Limited Edition
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 5
  • Rated: G (General Audience)
  • Studio: Alliance Entertainment
  • Run Time: 1020 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002BPRK6Y
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #403,849 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

Editorial Reviews

Takato is a kid who is obsessed with Digimon (which is a hit TV show and card game). One night, a Digimon known as Guilmon (Takato's own creation) arrives in the real world, all with the help of a mysterious blue card. He eventually meets two other children, Henry and Rika who also have their own partners (Terriermon and Renamon). They soon learn that their world is being invaded by out of control Digimon, all kept under the watchful eye of a mysterious man named Yamaki, who is a part of a mysterious government organization known as HYPNOS. With the aid of old friends and new allies, they embark on a journey to the Digital World to rescue Calumon, a mysterious Digimon. Their journey leads to the discovery of a new a sinister force that could devastate the Earth and the Digital World. Can the children become true Digimon-Tamers and save both worlds? Contains all 51 Episodes in English.

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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Caution when buying! November 17, 2009
This series is great, and even though it is the dub, it has the scenes completely unedited, so it's like an uncut dub, bu be cautious, I own a lot of bootleg anime and none have the cheap DVD quality of these(and these look profesionally packaged)at first you fall in love with them but after a certain time with the DVD's they will stop playing and no DVD player will play them, the laptop and everything just say the it's an unsupported format type and will never play, so for how high the price these DVD's suck, maybe it was just my copy, but im just giving the warnign in case others have had this happen to them too and help others who are considering buying them...
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Digimon Tamers is good...DVD Boxset not so much November 3, 2009
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Just so you know, the rating above does not reflect my opinion of the show itself (which I would rate higher), but of this long-overdue DVD boxset that finally brought "Digimon Tamers" into my household.

For starters, I should point out that yes, this probably is a bootleg on account of there being absolutely no credit given to Buena Vista Entertainment or Disney in general. With that said, it's a pretty fine bootleg: the covers of the case are a bit uneven (of course, that may be just my copy), but the box itself is sturdy and discs inside certainly look professionally printed. Each of the five DVDs contains about ten episodes, amassing the complete 51 installments. The audio is 2.0 stereo and the aspect ratio is fullscreen; personally, I think it looks and sounds pretty good, but tech nuts will probably feel ripped off.

Sadly, this set only includes the Americanized version of the show...meaning you're only getting the goofy English dub and the expected censoring (which isn't as noticeable as it was in, say, "Dragon Ball", but it's disappointing nonetheless). There are also no subtitles, so there's really no way around the overly kiddy vocal performances that'll eventually get on the nerves of everybody over nine years old.

In all, this set is worth owning for fans that are either too smart or too scared to download the original cuts illegally, but it's not the full Digimon experience. However, since it's not likely that Disney is going to release the series by themselves, in its entirety (and almost certainly not in its original format), this is definitely the best bet for fans willing to shell out a chunk of money.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Digimon Tamers is the third season, which is another complex storyline with brilliant characters and lots of humour. The previous two seasons are seen as a TV show in Tamers.

The chosen children, Tamers are facing the D-Reaper, a misguided program that got mutated and is now going to destroy two worlds.

The main characters are Rika, Henry and Takato. However, other characters such as Jeri, Ryo, Kazu, Kenta and Suzie are also quite important. It takes place mostly in the real world, much like season two.

Episodes

1. Guilmon Comes Alive
2. Digimon, Digimon Everywhere
3. To Fight or not to Fight
4. It came from the other side
5. Dream a little Dream
6. O partner where art thou?
7. Now you see it now you don't
8. A question of Trust
9. Not as seen on TV
10. The Icemon Cometh
11. Much ado about Musyamon
12. Divided they stand
13. Juggernaut
14. Grow mon Grow
15. Snakes, Trains, and Digimon
16. Back to nature, Back to battle
17. Duel with the deva
18. Digital Beauty
19. Impmon's last stand
20. Out of the Blue
21. Jeri's Quest
22. The Boar Wars
23. A world apart
24. The Journey Begins
25. Brave new digital world
26. Kazu and Kenta's excellent adventure
27. Motorcycle Madness
28. Blame it on Ryo
29. Goliath
30. An imperfect storm
31. Kazu's upgrade
32. Shibumi Speaks
33. Rabbit Transit
34. Lionheart
35. Give a little bit
36. The Battle Within
37. No mon is an Island
38. Azulongmon Explains it all
39. Song of Sakuyamon
40. Janyu's Ark
41. Homeward Bound
42. Reunion
43. Beelzemon's Big Day
44. The Messenger
45. The D-Reaper's Disguise
46. When is a mon Justimon
47. His Kingdom for a horse
48. shadow of the Beast King
49. The D-Reaper's Feast
50. Jeri Fights Back
51. Such Sweet Sorrow
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Digimon Season 3 November 22, 2009
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Digimon Season 3 was an interesting and deeply metaphysical season. Pushing the orignal conceptual boundaries of what Digimon was defined as with the first 2 seasons, Season 3 puts a "real world" twist on things. In this season, Digimon is a cartoon show, card game, and toy line for kids, with the acutal first 2 seasons of Digimon being a tv show in the storyline of the 3rd season. Its a slow start and an odd way to tell things, but the storyline is actually pretty good, although a bit heady for children. All that said, its a good season and well worth the buy.
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A professionally done re-release, who wants one
i think they should re-relase all of them...including Season 5 in one complete set
May 2, 2011 by SgtScorpious |  See all 2 posts
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