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Yu-gi-oh! Season 5 The Official Fifth Season (episodes 190-236) DVD

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Yu-gi-oh! Season 5 The Official Fifth Season (episodes 190-236) - DVD

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DVD

RELEASE DATE

6th June 2016

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N/A

RUNNING TIME

128 mins

NUMBER OF DISCS

7

CATALOGUE NUMBER

MANG5542

Yu-gi-oh! Season 5 The Official Fifth Season (episodes 190-236) - DVD

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After four seasons of searching for answers, Yugi finally uncovers the secrets of his ancient past! Through the magic of the three Egyptian God Cards, Yugi and his friends are suddenly transported 5,000 years back in time! Now they must battle the ultimate evil force to save the world from devastation, for if the past is destroyed…so is the future!

Please note that this is a DVD version.

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