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  • Actors: Gregory Abbey, Amy Birnbaum, Madeleine Blaustein, Darren Dunstan, Dan Green
  • Directors: Hiroyuki Kakudo, Kunihisa Sugishima, Toru Yamada
  • Writers: Andrea Wachner, Arthur 'Sam' Murakami, H.B. Wolff, Jennifer Pertsch, Junki Takegami
  • Format: Animated, Box set, Color, Subtitled, NTSC
  • Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 6
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Funimation Prod
  • DVD Release Date: August 10, 2004
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (63 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0000ZG0A4
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #290,113 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Yu-Gi-Oh - The Complete First Season" on IMDb

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Yugi and his friends Joey Tristan and Tea can't get enough of Duel Monsters a new card game craze. Employing a variety of strange and fascinating creatures the game draws players into battles beyond the wildest imagination. When Yugi's grandfather gives him an ancient Egyptian puzzle he uncovers the secret that will forever change his life and his status in the game!System Requirements: Running Time 1100 MinFormat: DVD MOVIE Genre: CHILDREN/FAMILY Rating: NR UPC: 704400055256 Manufacturer No: FN-05525

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My daughter loves this show.
charles young
If you like the english dubs and like the show, get the season one box set..
In my opinion - the english voices ain't so bad.
Sir Auron

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81 of 85 people found the following review helpful By Graeme Cree on December 19, 2004
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As you might have gleaned from other reviews on this page, there are in fact two completely different products that present the first season of Yu-Gi-Oh:

1) Yu-Gi-Oh: The Complete First Season (henceforth called TCFS)
2) Yu-Gi-Oh: The Perfect Collection (henceforth called TPC)

What's the difference? Well, several things.

1) TCFS is listed on Amazon, TPC is not.
2) TPC is the original, uncut episodes, dubbed by a foreign distributor. TCFS is an edited set, put out by 4Kids Entertainment in the US, with some violence and language removed, and also has different voices than TPC's dub. You can see several reviews here complaining about the scenes cut out in TCFS. The reason why this was done is that TCFS is a Kid's version, TPC is the original adult version.
3) Most importantly, TCFS, for one reason or another, retails for about $40 more than TPC.

Now, most people would normally love to have uncut episodes of a show over cut ones. And if the uncut episodes are less expensive, it should be a no-brainer. UNLESS you're buying it for a Kid. If you're buying for a kid, you may want, and be willing to pay more for an edited version. And in any case, the kid is going to want the version that has the voices that he's heard on TV. He's not going to get why everybody sounds different.

Whichever version you want, these are the facts. There *are* two different versions, they are not quite the same, and their prices are very different. And this is where the potential for abuse comes in.


If you should see an ad like that, and be thinking about buying, check the fine print first, and look to see if it contains the words "International Version".
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44 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Vicente Drago on November 9, 2004
Yu Gi Oh sadly has the Pokemon curse in that people who know nothing about it either assume it's for little kids (as marketing scams to buy cards, video games, and countless other garbage) or just hate it because it's the current fad.

What they fail to realize is that the series is actually action packed, entertaining, dramatic, and overall a high quality series.

What Yu Gi Oh is about is a young boy named Yugi after solving a millenium puzzle awakens an ancient Pharoh who is known as Yami. One day his grandfather (who runs a game shop) shows off to Yugi and his friends an incredibly rare card, the Blue Eyes White Dragon. Kaiba finds out and immediatly tries to buy it from him (despite the fact that he already has three of them). His Grandfather refues and eventually it leads to Yugi and Kabais first duel. Shortly there after the creator of Duel Monsters Pegasus steals Yugis Grandfathers soul as bait for him to go to Duelist Kingdom. From there Yugi along with his friends must quest to get his Grandfathers soul back.

The series like I said is action packed, funny, and dramatic. It should be noted that the series was origionally not for kids but 4kids did a decent job of marketing towards the younger audience (because truthfully the series would have died if they did not, there still is not that strong of an anime market for this). The series is fun to watch and it is very well written. I look at it this way with any anime series, if it lasts more than one season than they have done something right. Yu Gi Oh is an example of an anime series (on both shores) done right. In truth this ranks in there with Dragon Ball Z, Tenchi Muyo, and although I am not a fan of the last, Sailor Moon in terms of longevity.
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38 of 41 people found the following review helpful By NeoHeart on August 3, 2006
I've started watching Yu-Gi-Oh on Cartoon Network. I missed a few episodes, so I picked up Yu-Gi-Oh The Complete First Season. The box set contains special features and extras. There are 49 episodes on 6 DVDs. If you want to know the episode titles. I have include them in this review.

Disc .01

01.The Heart Of The Cards

02.The Gauntlet Is Thrown

03.Lourney To The Duelist Kingdom

04.Into The Hornet's Nest

05.The Ultimate Great Moth

06.First Duel

07.Attack From The Deep

08.Everything Relative

09.Duel With A Ghoul

10.Give Up The Ghost

Disc .02

11.The Dueling Monkey

12.Trial By Red Eyes

13.Evil Spirit Of The Ring

14.Panlk Attack

15.Winning Through Intimidation

16.The Scars Of Defeat

17.Arena Of Lost Souls Part 1

18.Arena Of Lost Souls Part 2

19.Double Trouble Duel Part 1

20.Double Trouble Duel Part 2

Disc .03

21.Double Trouble Duel Part 3

22.Face Off Part 1

23.Face Off Part 2

24.Face Off Part 3

25.Shining Friendship

26.Champion VS. Creator Part 1

27.Champion VS. Creator Part 2

28.The Night Before

29.Duel Identity Part 1

30.Duel Identity Part 2

Disc .04

31.Keith's Machination Part 1

32.Keith's Machination Part 2

33.Best Of Friends, Best Of Duelist Part 1

34.Best Of Friends, Best Of Duelist Part 2

35.Match Of The Millennium Part 1

36.Match Of The Millennium Part 2

37.Match Of The Millennium Part 3

38.Match Of The Millennium Part 4

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