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Naruto Shippuden Movie Pentalogy (contains Naruto Shippuden Movies 1-5)

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This special edition 5 disc box set contains all five epic Naruto Shippuden movies including:
• Naruto Shippuden The Movie
• Naruto Shippuden Movie 2: Bonds
• Naruto Shippuden Movie 3: The Will Of Fire
• Naruto Shippuden Movie 4: The Lost Tower
• Naruto Shippuden Movie 5: Blood Prison

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