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Now includes exclusive NARUTO playing cards! 2 out of 6 mini-packs inside. Collect all SIX in box sets 11-16 for a complete deck!

Naruto joins Lee, Neji, Tenten on a mission to save a gold-mining town from a group of thugs, but just when they think the battle's over, one of the enemy ninja comes back to life! Back in the Leaf Village, Naruto leads Konohamaru and his pals on a training exercise to Mt. Takurami, where he promptly gets them all lost. Can he get his act together in time to get them off the mountain and out of a raging storm--alive? Then, Naruto's been called a fool once or twice in his life, but he'll find out just how easily fooled he is when two impostors come to town disguised as a pair of very familiar shinobi!

Original and uncut episodes 150-163 / English dubbed / Japanese with optional English subtitles

The 12th Box Set of Naruto bridges Seasons 6 and 7 of the hit ninja comedy-adventure. While Naruto waits for Jiraiya (a.k.a. "Pervy Sage") to return to the Hidden Leaf Village and continue his training, he goes on a series of short missions that allow the filmmakers to develop some of the secondary characters. Shy Hinata, who nurtures a secret crush on Naruto, proves she's an able warrior in her own right with a spectacular new jutsu of her own creation. Rock Lee, who can't use magical techniques, proves the efficacy of his exhaustive physical training by fending off the lightning-wielding Raiga while unconscious. Director Hayato Date plays the drama of the battle against Raiga and his lightning swords against some unusually broad comedy. Lee, Tenten, Neji, and Naruto use a little old lady's "Curry of Life" like Popeye's spinach: It restores consciousness, heals injuries, and builds fighting power. But it's so incredibly spicy, only Lee enjoys it (and even he turns scarlet after the first bite). Naruto blows the mission to capture the rare Bikoshu Beetle--literally and figuratively--with a badly timed attack of flatulence. An outdoor test for a class of student-ninjas showcases both Naruto's bad habits (his idea of living off the land is to stock up at a convenience store before heading into the forest) and his unshakable determination. The characters have a different look in these episodes that suggests Studio Pierrot changed ink and paint systems and, possibly, some key clean-up artists during production. The Special Edition comes with a "mininja" figure of Rock Lee. (Rated T+ Older Teen; suitable for ages 12 and older: violence, grotesque imagery, nudity, toilet humor, alcohol and tobacco use) --Charles Solomon

(150. A Battle of Bugs! The Deceivers and the Deceived!151. Blaze Away, Byakugan! This is My Ninja Way! 152. Funeral March for the Living, 153. A Lesson Learned! The Iron Fist of Love! 154. The Enemy of the Byakugan, 155. The Dark Creeping Clouds, 156. Raiga's Counterattack, 157. Run! The Curry of Life! 158. Follow My Lead! The Great Survival Challenge! 159. The Bounty Hunter from the Wilderness, 160. Hunt or Be Hunted?! Showdown at the O.K. Temple! 161. The Appearance of Strange Visitors, 162. The Cursed Warrior, 163. The Tactician's intent)

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  • Actors: Naruto
  • Directors: Hayato Date
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Box set, Color, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: Japanese (Stereo)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: VIZ VIDEO
  • DVD Release Date: March 31, 2009
  • Run Time: 350 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001JTTJ9E
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #70,996 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Seeing this coming to stores and online I immediately ordered this uncut box set for my Naruto collection. The set will of course deal with the final episodes of the quest to find the Bikouchu beetle and use it to locate Sasuke, and team 8's battle with a rival team who are trying to capture the Bikouchu as well. These episodes will deal with the crisis of a village rich with their own gold mine but sadly is taken over by a bunch of rogue ninja lead by one of the seven swordsman of the mist. The one thing I truly love about these uncut box sets is just that they show the blood caused by the injures in battle or stick with the language that some of the censors thought was to inappropriate to listen to on American t.v.(Adult Swim). Like always these box sets have clear and sharp pictures no distortions to worry about and the voice cast for both the Japanese and English cast were incredible. So for all Naruto fans rejoice for the coming of this box set, and if you're a stickler just waiting for those Naruto Shippuden episodes to come out just look at it this way were coming close to the home stretch...
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Naruto Uncut Box Set 12 is a three DVD disc set that contains episodes one hundred and fifty through one hundred and sixty-three of Naruto. This set concludes the Bikochu bug arc, has the entire Raiga arc, the Great Survival Challenge, an arc about a bounty hunter, a story about imposters coming to the Leaf Village, and a search for "The Cursed Warrior."

The first item in the extras menu is labeled as "Production Art." This consists of fifteen pages, which are model sketches of some of the Naruto characters. There is a sneak preview of Naruto Uncut Box Set 13, which runs for roughly three and a half minutes. Next is "From Sketch to Screen," which contains eight pages of storyboards from episode one hundred and fifty. For each storyboard, you can choose to see the clip that the storyboard is for. You can also see the English credits in the "Extras" menu.

Next in the extras menu is a selection labeled "New From Viz Media." This link takes you to advertisements for Shonen Jump Magazine, two Naruto pages, and two pages featuring other Shonen Jump manga titles. A link in the extras menu labeled as "DVD Trailers" takes you to a set of trailers. There are trailers for: Bleach the Movie: Memories of Nobody, Death Note, Hunter x Hunter, and Buso Renkin. The final link in the extras menu is labeled as "Game Trailers," and it has trailers for: Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Heroes 2, Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm, Naruto: Clash of Ninja 2 Revolution, Naruto: Path of the Ninja 2, and Bleach: Shattered Blade.

These extras are what I've come to expect from these Naruto Uncut box sets, but I still feel a little disappointed when I see that no further effort has been put toward the special features on these sets.
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By Karalee J. Beierschmitt on April 29, 2009
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OK, I am a little old to be into Manga and anime (40 this month *sigh*)... except why let the kids have all the fun? I always enjoyed the themes of the underdog fighting the odds and unshakable friendship and I've yet to grow out of it. Who would want to?

This set of episodes does contain the dreaded 'filler' eps. The writesrs place it after the first rescue mission for Sasuke fails but before Jiraiya takes Naruto off to train. Some people hate fillers, some people love them. Count me amid the latter group. I enjoy the wider scope that the rest of the ninja corps enjoys in this volume. I especially enjoyed watching Hinata challenging herself to grow.

While I do find that these episodes can be uneven (I especially had a hard time swallowing ep #159. The Bounty Hunter from the Wilderness & #160. Hunt or Be Hunted?! Showdown at the O.K. Temple! due mainly to the fact that the writers appear to have forgotten that that particular set of genin had any talent!) I am willing to forgive and forget the occasional poorly executed idea since I loved most of the episodes.

If you love Naruto and would enjoy seeing more of the secondary characters, this is the Box Set for you!
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By J. C. Momberg on March 18, 2009
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We have every Naruto boxed set and we purchased them after having seen the shows on cable because we wanted to be able to watch them over and over again. The kids love Naruto and so do I. The kids have the books, the action figures and the role-playing costumes. As a parent I particularly like the values of hard work, responsibility, and overcoming adversity portrayed in the cartoons.
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By Jason Randolph on May 13, 2013
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I liked it because it came with some playing cards. I did like the way he summon the toads. I disliked the way it took some time to get going on the first disk.
I did like the raman brake on disk two.
I can not speak for other custermers to consider this a film. They have to be Naruto fans. It is an episode box set. can not say if it gose by seasons with each new box set.
Maybe OnePiece episodes if you like pirates.
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By John Russell Humphries on November 19, 2013
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Five stars because... I LOVE NARUTO! Really good anime, if you like long animes this is deffenently the one to watch . It has an amazing story line, Naruto has meaning and teaches us to be kind loving and not to hold on to hatred! There are MANY fillers. Im talking about the whole series not just this box set. I own all the box sets I love them all. Thank you sellers!
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