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Helo Everyone Im Nancy

and
Welcome to my Auction for the Wonderful

Takeshi's Castle

Complete

Seasons 1 and 4

It comes complete on 6 dvds
This is a great looking set on DVDS with artwork on each dvd

I am able to sell Worldwide

All my DVD sets play on all dvd players in the world this means the DVDs are region free

I am United Kingdom Based so If you are in the United States your package will be sent Air Mail which Usually takes 2-3 Weeks

If you have any questions I am here to help you

Thank you very much
Nancy xx

any questions please ask
PLEASE NOTE I DO THIS FOR THE LOVE OF MY SETS OF DVDS SO
NO PROFITS ARE MADE ON THE DVD CONTENT!

ALL FUNDS MADE ON THESE DVD'S ARE ONLY USED FOR MAINTAINING MY EQUIPMENT:
DISCS, PAPER SLEEVES, TRAVEL TO THE POST OFFICE, IOFFER FEES, PACKING & MY TIME AND EFFORT TO CREATE THE DVD'S

THIS IS A
COLLECTOR TO COLLECTOR, NONPROFIT, NONCOMMERCIAL, PRIVATE TRADES & TRANSFERS AS PER CUSTOMER ORDER.
More info regarding the show

The UK format does not follow the original Japanese format, instead presenting each sequence of games as comic martial challenges leading to the final game wherein contestants not so far eliminated try to storm Takeshi's Castle. Each episode is narrated by Craig Charles. A typical episode of the UK format of Takeshi's Castle has about eight games, followed by the Final Showdown. After each event, a 'Ridiculous Replay' is shown, highlighting the most entertaining attempt. Challenge decided to edit out the comedy sketches between Takeshi and Higashi to allow more (Or Less) games to be shown during the half-hour block.

More series were commissioned and shown over the next few months, culminating in a series of hour long specials in the Autumn of 2003, and a special highlights show, The A-Z of Takeshi's Castle, broadcast on January 1, 2004 which showed some of the best clips of the best games. Repeats still air regularly to this day on Challenge, with an average of 130,000 viewers an episode. On 3 September 2005, MXC aired for the first time in the UK on Challenge.

The UK TV series returned to Challenge after a hiatus on September 7, 2009, with a modified opening sequence (to fit with Flextech rebranding to Virgin Media Television).

A petition has been created in an attempt to bring about a brand new series of Takeshi's Castle on Challenge, in time for its 10th anniversary on the channel in 2012. It is suggested that these new episodes will feature never-before-seen games (previously completely cut from other episodes), and feature three Japanese episodes new to the UK. More info, and the petition, can be found

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