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  • Directors: Mike McFarland
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Color, NTSC, Full Screen
  • Language: Japanese, English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Funimation Prod
  • DVD Release Date: September 29, 2009
  • Run Time: 320 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002FOQXYG
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #90,054 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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With Nami on the verge of death, Luffy's crew abandons its voyage to Alabasta and goes looking for help. Their search leads them to frosty Drum Island, where the locals don't roll out the red carpet for pirates, and the only doctor in town lives atop a treacherous, snow-covered mountain. In order to save their friend, Luffy and Sanji must survive an avalanche, duke it out with a man-eating herd of abominable rabbits, and defeat a foe who devours anything he can get his mouth on. Danger lurks around every corner on this treacherous mission, but the Straw Hats have more at stake than ever before.

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Extreamly happy with this purchase and I cant wait to get the rest.
jake
Tony Tony Chopper, of course, and he looks to be the perfect ship's doctor that Luffy is searching for, that is if Luffy and Sanji don't cook him for dinner first!
Steven R. Peck
Funimation did sooo much better than cartoon network at bringing us an english version of One Piece!
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Steven R. Peck on July 9, 2009
A riddle: What has a blue nose, a pink top hat, antlers, is studying to be a doctor, and runs on Rumble Balls? Tony Tony Chopper, of course, and he looks to be the perfect ship's doctor that Luffy is searching for, that is if Luffy and Sanji don't cook him for dinner first! Having the powers of the Human Human Devil Fruit, Chopper can shapeshift from a reindeer to a variety of human-reindeer hybrids, including the fierce looking sasquatch form that appears on the package. Most of the time, though, Chopper is a cute, round bodied creature about 3 feet tall.

After a difficult climb, Nami, Luffy, and Sanji are brought to the mountain top castle of Kureha, the only free doctor on Drum Island. Kureha looks and acts like a witch (she is over 100 years old and still considers herself young) but she nurses Nami back to health, insisting that Nami stay a few days until she recovers completely. Meanwhile, the pirate captain Wapol, who had previously encountered Luffy's crew at sea, hears that Luffy and Co. have arrived at Drum Island and are defiantly holding out at Kureha's castle. Obsessed with completing his control over Drum Island, Wapol and his crew storm the castle, but they run into Chopper, who displays his bizarre but awesome fighting abilities. After Wapol's defeat, Chopper decides to join Luffy's crew and the Going Merry heads for Alabasta, where Crocodile and the Baroque Works await. As they approach Alabasta, the crew is visited by a seemingly friendly transvestite (Bon Clay) who entertains them with his ability to copy their appearances, not suspecting that this man is actually Mr. 2 of the Baroque Works. This incident has major implications later, especially for lady's-man Sanji.

The war for Alabasta begins in the next 3 Voyages of One Piece! Don't miss it!
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By ONENEO VINE VOICE on October 3, 2009
As is the case with each and every one of my One Piece reviews, I have to open by confessing a certain unwavering approval-factor of this series right off the bat. For a property with the word "shonen" right there in its title, the show is surprisingly devoid of the usual formulaic clichés that bog down most entries into the genre. Rather than endless fighting in some mystical tournament, One Piece has absolutely mastered the art of giving fighting fans what they want and blending it with a nice adventure-driven plot with unique (and likable) characters to boot. Suffice to say, I was hooked immediately.

That said, Season Two, Third Voyage contains episodes 79-91 of the ongoing saga across two discs. The packaging, as has been the case with all of the Region 1 releases thus far, consists of two thin packs within an attractive cardboard outer slipcase. Runtime comes in at 320 minutes and the show wears an appropriate if not slightly conservative TV 14 rating (due to a steady dose of cartoony violence rather than inappropriate language, nudity, or gore).

Language options are standard sub & dub, which means the viewer has the choice of the original Japanese dialog track (stereo) or an English dub (Dolby Digital 5.1) and the option of running English subtitles with either.

Special features consist of textless songs, Funimation trailers, and marathon play option (turns each disc into one continuous episode), and an English staff commentary over episode 87 (note: this last one is not located in the Special Features section but rather in the episode selection. It is very easy to miss!
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Just because One Piece is an action cartoon, doesn't mean it can't move you.

The Drum Island Arc, or Chopper's Arc, is the greatest stretch of episodes in One Piece since the Arlong Arc. The Strawhat Crew arrive on Drum Island looking for a doctor to treat Nami, who is sick. Reviews for action shows are hard, because there's very little story sometimes, and what story there is I want you, the viewer, to watch for yourself. It's never been truer than for these 13 episodes. I can't say anything without ruining it for you. I can say though that they key players in this arc from Funimation's voice cast (I won't say who), turn in a sublime performance. There is some heavy, emotional weight to these episodes, and the english voice cast delivers.

That said, there's still some great fun to be had in the snow, plus some good action as the Strawhat Crew encounters Wapol, the dethroned tyrant. If you don't own this already, don't wait any longer and pick it up.
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Continues the story of the Straw Hat Crew as they need to find a doctor for Nami, they come to an island that is not only stuck in winter, but has no Doctors, except for some witch, but she doesn't help for free so will she help Nami, watch and find out.

I thought this was a really set, I have also bought the rest of the Anime but I have yet to read the Manga so all I can say that it is very good, buy the series if you are an Anime fan or a pirate fan.
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By Marianne Bray on February 3, 2014
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One Piece is always the best! (though why buy the 14 ep chunks when you can get the 24 ep ones)
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