The Water Margin - Season 1 Vol. 2 - Both at Last Will Reach t details
|Studio:||FREMANTLE HOME ENTERTAINMENT|
The Water Margin - Season 1 Vol. 2 - Both at Last Will Reach t
|Run time:||1 hour 30 minutes|
|Rental release:||03 Feb 2003|
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best water margin everBy a customer from shropshire , 09 Nov 2004
[Highly rated reviewer]this dvd includes the brilliant fight with blue face that goes on for days w/o either combatant moving as well as the usual Kow Choo misdemeanors and debates about honour and how we know how to do the right thing as well as having some interesting thigh shots.
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So Much FunBy brokenking (268 reviews) from Bristol , 25 Apr 2013In some ways I'd say this was better than many modern shows. As a child I saw the 'Monkey' series and was reccommended this series as well. Twenty plus years later I got to finally enjoy it. It has all the classic traits of Eastern imports of the time terrible dubbing, mental fights and crazy characters. IT all adds up to TV gold.
water marginBy mark leather from secret , 15 Nov 2007The classic series continues with the heroes playing out their roles in the tragedy of a corrupt China.
enjoy thisBy a customer from Reading, England , 04 Aug 2005all you can do is enjoy the privilidge of watching the entire series.
At its bestBy TakedaKen from Barrow-in-furness , 22 Mar 2005The classic series continues with the heroes playing out their roles in the tragedy of a corrupt China. Still in the early stages episodes 3 and 4 and still - "setting the scene" as it were.
More is to come and it just keeps on getting beter and better.
More wire fooBy runragged from N Somerset , 05 Jan 2005After volume 1 my children have become avid fans of this old series, especially the quotes from the ancient sages.
We are enjoying viewing them the second time around. We look forward to seeing the rest of the episodes.
They were poorly dubbed but that does not detract from the enjoyment.