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Miyazaki's Spirited Away [DVD] (used)
Ten-year-old Chihiro and her parents are traveling to their new home. Her father, a man who loves to take shortcuts, ends up in front of a tunnel leading to what appears to be an abandoned village, which Chihiro's father insists on exploring despite his daughter's misgivings. While exploring, Chihiro finds an exquisite bathhouse and meets a boy named Haku, who warns her to return across the riverbed before sunset. However, Chihiro discovers too late that her parents have transformed into pigs, and she is unable to cross the now-flooded river. Haku finds Chihiro and advises her to ask for a job from the bathhouse's boiler-man, Kamaji. Kamaji asks Lin, a bathhouse worker, to send Chihiro to Yubaba, the witch who runs the bathhouse. Yubaba tries to frighten Chihiro away, but Chihiro persists, and Yubaba hires her. Yubaba takes away the second kanji of her name, Chihiro (千尋), renaming her Sen (千). Haku later warns her that if she forgets her name like he has forgotten his, she will not be able to leave the spirit world. Sen is treated poorly by the other bathhouse workers; only Kamaji and Lin show sympathy for her. While working, she invites a silent creature named No-Face inside, believing him to be a customer. A "stink spirit" arrives as Sen's first customer, and she discovers he is the spirit of a polluted river. In gratitude for cleaning him, he gives Sen a magic emetic dumpling. Meanwhile, No-Face, imitating the gold left behind by the stink spirit, tempts a worker with gold and then swallows him. He demands food and begins tipping expensively. He swallows two more workers when they interfere with his conversation with Sen. Sen sees paper Shikigami attacking a Japanese dragon and recognizes the dragon as Haku. When a grievously injured Haku crashes into Yubaba's penthouse, Sen follows him upstairs. A shikigami that stowed away on her back shapeshifts into Zeniba, Yubaba's twin sister. She transforms Yubaba's son, Boh, into a mouse and mutates Yubaba's harpy into a tiny bird. Zeniba tells Sen that Haku has stolen a magic golden seal from her, and warns Sen that it carries a deadly curse. Haku destroys the shikigami, eliminating Zeniba's manifestation. He falls into the boiler room with Sen, Boh, and the harpy, where Sen feeds him part of the dumpling, causing him to vomit both the seal and a black slug, which Sen crushes with her foot. With Haku unconscious, Sen resolves to return the seal and apologize to Zeniba. Sen confronts No-Face, who is now massive, and feeds him the rest of the dumpling. No-Face follows Sen out of the bathhouse, regurgitating everything and everyone he has eaten. Sen, No-Face, Boh, and the harpy travel by train to meet Zeniba. Yubaba orders that Sen's parents be slaughtered, but Haku reveals that Boh is missing and offers to retrieve him if Yubaba releases Sen and her parents. Zeniba reveals that Sen's love for Haku broke her curse and that Yubaba used the black slug to take control over Haku. Haku appears at Zeniba's home in his dragon form and flies Sen, Boh, and the harpy to the bathhouse. No-Face decides to remain with Zeniba. In mid-flight, Sen recalls falling years ago into the Kohaku River and being washed safely ashore, correctly guessing Haku's real identity as the spirit of the river and freeing him from Yubaba's spell in the process. When they arrive at the bathhouse, Yubaba forces Sen to identify her parents from among a group of pigs in order to break their curse. After Sen answers correctly that none of the pigs are her parents, she is free to go. Haku takes her to the now-dry riverbed and vows to meet her again. Chihiro returns through the tunnel with her parents, who do not remember anything after eating at the restaurant stall. Chihiro looks back at the tunnel, unsure if her adventure really happened. When they reach their car, they find it covered in dust and leaves, but drive off toward their new home.
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Princess Mononoke [VHS] (used)
In Muromachi Japan, an Emishi village is attacked by a demon. The last Emishi prince, Ashitaka, kills it before it reaches the village, but its corruption curses his right arm. The curse gives him superhuman strength, but will eventually spread and kill him. The demon was a boar god, Nago, corrupted by an iron ball lodged in his body. The village's wise woman tells Ashitaka that he may find a cure in the western lands Nago came from, but he cannot return to his homeland.Heading west, Ashitaka meets Jiko-bō, an opportunist posing as a monk, who tells Ashitaka he may find help from the Great Forest Spirit, a deer-like animal god by day and a giant Daidarabotchi by night. Nearby, men herd oxen to the town of Tataraba (Irontown), led by Lady Eboshi, and repel an attack by a wolf pack led by the wolf goddess Moro. Riding one of the wolves is San, a human girl. In Tataraba, Ashitaka learns that Eboshi built the town by clearcutting forests to claim ironsand and produce iron, leading to conflicts with the forest gods and Asano, a local daimyō. Tataraba is a refuge for social outcasts, including lepers employed to manufacture firearms; it was one of these guns that wounded Nago. Eboshi explains that San was raised by the wolves and resents humankind.San infiltrates Tataraba to kill Eboshi, but Ashitaka intervenes, revealing the curse to the townspeople, and knocks Eboshi and San out. He is shot by a villager but the curse gives him strength to carry San out of the village. San awakens and prepares to kill the weakened Ashitaka, but hesitates when he tells her that she is beautiful. She decides to trust him after the Forest Spirit saves his life. A boar clan, led by the blind god Okkoto, plans to attack Tataraba to save the forest. Eboshi sets out to kill the Forest Spirit with Jigo, who is working for the government; she intends to give the god's head to the Emperor in return for protection from Lord Asano. According to legend, the Forest Spirit's head grants immortality.Ashitaka recovers and finds Tataraba besieged by Asano's samurai. The boar clan is annihilated in battle, and Okkoto is corrupted by his wounds. Jiko-bō's men trick Okkoto into leading them to the Forest Spirit. San tries to stop Okkoto but is swept up in his demonic corruption. Ashitaka saves her and the Forest Spirit euthanizes Okkoto and Moro. As it transforms into the Daidarabotchi, Eboshi decapitates it. It bleeds ooze, which spreads over the land, killing anything it touches. Jiko-bō steals the Spirit's head. The forest and kodama begin to die; Moro's head comes alive and bites off Eboshi's right arm, but she survives.After Tataraba is evacuated, Ashitaka and San pursue Jiko-bō and retrieve the head, returning it to the Forest Spirit. The Spirit dies but its form washes over the land and heals it, and Ashitaka's curse is lifted. Ashitaka stays to help rebuild Tataraba, but promises San he will visit her in the forest. Eboshi vows to build a better town. The forest begins to regrow, and a kodama emerges from the undergrowth.
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**Condition of Used VHS: The box of this product is in fairly good condition with some normally wear and tear. Some damage around the corners and some along the edges. VHS tape it's self has no visible damage. This product was owned by the owner creator of this site and was watched a bit. Still plays good. This was replaced in the owners household by a dvd/bluray.
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Generator Gawl {collection} [VHS] (used)
Gawl, Koji, and Ryo, three young scientists from the future, time travel to early 21st-century Japan to stop a terrible threat from undoing civilization. As they fight against time, their quest disrupts the lives of the townspeople, and the trio must use their incredible intelligence, along with Gawl's unique abilities, to protect their identities, their friends, and their future.
From IMBD
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Fantastic Beasts The Crimes Of Grindelwald (used DVD)
In an effort to thwart Grindelwald's plans of raising pure-blood wizards to rule over all non-magical beings, Albus Dumbledore enlists his former student Newt Scamander, who agrees to help, though he's unaware of the dangers that lie ahead. Lines are drawn as love and loyalty are tested, even among the truest friends and family, in an increasingly divided wizarding world.
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