Naruto 8 Seasons 2007

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17. The Fifth Hokage! A Life on the Line! TV-14 CC

Naruto's ninja way is to never go back on his word. Naruto is seriously injured by Kabuto and hovers on the verge of death.

Starring:
Tony Beck, Laurent Vernin
Runtime:
24 minutes
Original air date:
July 7, 2007

The Fifth Hokage! A Life on the Line!

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Season 4
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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
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Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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Customer Reviews

Oh I guess I better review the dvd huh lol!
Sultrygamer
No matter what age you are, if you haven't seen Naruto - start watching immediately...right from episode one!
D. Davie
So you should still buy these sets they are worth it even without the special features.
M. Guthrie

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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Cpt Roland Jarvis on June 29, 2007
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
As a new viewer to naturo I purchased all three uncut english version sets with the idea of watching them over time. Bad move. I watched the entire three sets in two days. I would have watched them in one day but work got in the way. We all know this is one of the most outstanding Anime series and the question of "in original language" or English dubbed is an interesting one. "The Urge" commented in his review that things where missing and not the same between the two versions. Not having seen the Japanese original language version he could be right; however, the examples he gave about the "sexy-Jutsu" and Sauske/naruto being edited out was untrue. It's all there. The rest, well I don't know. I'm hoping the term "uncut" means it is as close to the original as possible in a language change. That would be true if in subtitles or dubbed. Bottom line is it's a great series in English and if it's better in Japanese so be it. There are a lot of Animes out there and most certainly are not that good. So when one comes along that is terrific, such as Naruto, enjoy it in whatever language you can enjoy the most.
Better Believe It.
Maj. J
Series starts here > Naruto Uncut Boxed Set, Volume 1
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Kyle Phillips on June 7, 2007
Format: DVD
As an owner of the previous three volumes, i have come to realize that Naruto keeps getting better as the episodes go on. Think about it, the first volume just showed them struggle as pathetic ninja. The second volume shows them mature a little enough to survive their first mission and the first part of the chunin exam. And now the third volume shows them grow huge bounds as each character grows greatly from the first episode. and it is only going to get better as the four volume features the ten fights of the preliminary round of the third part of the chunin exams. Most of the fights are intriguing, especially the one between rock lee and that wierd ude with the sand thing on his back. This volume looks to be the best yet, and it will only get better. My only wish is that they would release these uncut volumes faster because this show is very addicting.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Anime Addict-Go Naruto! on September 20, 2007
Format: DVD
This is an absolutely wonderful series. You'll love it. Boxed set 4 picks up right where 3 left off. The cases always have great pictures on them, this one's no exception. My favorite is the one on the back that has Naruto, Sasuke, and Sakura on it together.

14 episodes and special features. Here's the episodes for you.

DISC 1
39. Bushy Brow's Jealousy-Lions Barrage Unleashed!
40. Kakashi and Orochimaru: Face-to-Face!
41. Kunoichi Rumble: The Rivals Get Serious!
42. The Ultimate Battle: Cha!
43. Killer Kuniochi and a Shaky Shikamaru
DISC 2
44. Akamaru Unleashed! Whos' Top Dog Now?
45. Surprise Attack! Naruto's Secret Weapon!
46. Byakugan Battle: Hinata Grows Bold!
47. A Failure Stants Tall!
48. Gaara vs. Rock Lee: The Power of Youth Explodes!
DISC 3
49. Lee's Hidden Strength: Forbidden Secret Jutsu!
50. The Fifth Gate: A Splendid Ninja is Born
51. A Shadow in Darkness: Danger Approaches Sasuke
52. Ebisu REturns: Naruto's Toughest Training Yet!
---Disc 3 also has the special features---
-Shonen Jump Home Video
-English Credits
-Volume 5 Sneak Preview (;-) I love the sneak previews)
-From Sketch to Screen: Storyboard Comparison on Episode 40
-Production Art

As with the other boxed sets you can watch in Japanese with english subtitles-if you're one of them purists who wants to see it that way-, or you can watch it in english, and you can still have the english subtitles if you want-up to you. I like to put the subtitles on during the opening and closing theme songs so I can see what the words to the songs are-good songs-.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Christopher Gregory on December 18, 2009
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Do not buy this set even though it is still available for purchase used. There is something wrong with the 2nd DVD in this volume and it will not play. I have now attempted to play it on 4 different DVD players and none of them are able to do so. Both Amazon and another large DVD retailer have stopped selling this box set new, apparently due to this problem, though they failed to disclose the reason.

Only the highly competent folks at Warner Bros, who distributes this series in the US, could sell a DVD set that doesn't freaking play. In this day and age, how is that even possible? It's a wonder that Warner's employees are able to tie their own shoes and actually make it into work. Perhaps if they didn't make it into work, things would work better. This bummed out DVD actually might be a tribute to all of the 70 billion bummed out CD's that AOL mailed to every house on the planet back in their glory days. Well, at least the AOL CD's actually PLAYED!

Amazon really should remove this defective product from their product catalog. I consider it in poor taste for Amazon to allow others to continue selling it through the marketplace. I hope Amazon doesn't become like every other 1,000 gorilla and forget their origins and those who gave them the chance to succeed: customers.
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