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In fact, the graininess of the picture quality actually enhances the enjoyment of the television show.
All in all this man devoted his whole life to making sure that the world realized that the Japanese people are just like any other race of men on this planet of ours.
In each Zatoichi has given up his life as an assassin, even as Yakuza bosses are always trying to hire him.
something different, i love it and the seller met my expectations.It exiting and as i posted before is different to other samurai movies I've seen before thanksPublished 8 months ago by roberto rodriguez
I enjoy samurai movies, an while I've only watched a couple episodes of Zatoichi, they are fun. However, being a 60's TV show, don't expect Akira Kurosawa movies. Read morePublished 9 months ago by JDV
If one is a fan of the Blind Swordsman movies, this vol of the TV show version will not disappoint.Published 10 months ago by Pat Barat
One of the many collection I will be purchasing in the future from the movies I remember back in the day watching from overseas as kids without having to be viewed with a parent... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Leo C Nadura
If it is Zatoichi it is good. I can't recall the story based on the name of the movie or the picture on the box, but I would be willing to bet that most people would love Zatoichi... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Gerald Berry
I see that there are many detailed reviews and I am thankful for those that did so.
All I have to say is that this is the most solid samurai 70s TV show ever and it is... Read more
The unstoppable Zatoichi in the TV series wows you as a blind swordsman who will cut down the fiercest of foes. You will quickly get attached to this awesome and classic series!Published 23 months ago by Muad'Dib969
Saw these stories while in Japan in the early 60s. This was a good DVD of some of the TV shows which I had never seen. Both humorous and dramatic at times. Excellent swordplay. Read morePublished on August 5, 2012 by Expat