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One Piece Movie Collection 2 (contains Films 4-6)

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For the first time ever! Never before available in the UK! Collect One Piece The Movie 4, 5 and 6 before anyone else in the English speaking world.
- One Piece The Movie: Dead End Adventure
Luffy and The Straw Hats embark upon a dangerous pirate vessel sailing competition!
- One Piece The Movie: The Cursed Holy Sword
Luffy and the Straw Hats go in search of their companion, Zoro. With the night of the red full moon upon them and a hundred year old prophecy about to be fulfilled, can Luffy and his crew rescue their friend and defeat the evil Saga in time?
- One Piece The Movie: Baron Omatsuri and the Secret Island
Directed by acclaimed anime film-maker, Mamoru Hosada (The Girl Who Leapt Through Time, Summer Wars, Wolf Children). Things are about to get a lot darker for Luffy and his pirate crew! The Straw Hats visit a recreational island, run by Baron Omatsuri, but all is not what it seems on this island paradise. Soon the crew is captured and it’s up to Luffy to free the Straw Hats from the Baron’s hold.

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