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Inu Yasha The Movie 3 - Swords of an Honorable Ruler

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A powerful but dangerous artifact sends two young men on an important journey in this anime adventure. When the Great Dog Demon loses his life, he gives each of his two sons, Inuyasha and Sesshomaru, a sword which possesses great power beyond its strength as a weapon. However, the Demon also possessed a third sword, the Sounga, which was filled with dark powers; before his death he saw to it that the evil weapon was hidden away where it could not fall into the wrong hands. But several hundred years later, the ...
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Overview

A powerful but dangerous artifact sends two young men on an important journey in this anime adventure. When the Great Dog Demon loses his life, he gives each of his two sons, Inuyasha and Sesshomaru, a sword which possesses great power beyond its strength as a weapon. However, the Demon also possessed a third sword, the Sounga, which was filled with dark powers; before his death he saw to it that the evil weapon was hidden away where it could not fall into the wrong hands. But several hundred years later, the Sounga goes missing, and Inuyasha and Sesshomaru, who have become rivals, must set aside their differences in order to prevent the power of the evil sword from spreading.
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Special Features

Line-art gallery; Japanese Inuyasha movie promos; Special Inuyasha footage
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/6/2005
  • UPC: 782009234258
  • Original Release: 2005
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  • Source: Viz Media
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Wide Screen / Subtitled
  • Time: 1:40:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 11,303

Cast & Crew

Technical Credits
Toshiya Shinohara Director
Rumiko Takahashi Director
John Easum Executive Producer
Tsutomi Ishigaki Art Director
Mikihiro Iwata Producer
Ellen E. Miki Associate Producer
Katsuyuki Sumisawa Screenwriter
Michihiko Suwa Producer
Miho Suzuki Production Manager
Masuo Ueda Producer
Kaoru Wada Score Composer
K. Westlake Screenwriter
Hirofumi Yagi Cinematographer
Shigeyuki Yamamori Editor
Toshifumi Yoshida Associate Producer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Inu Yasha The Movie 3: Swords of an Honorable Ruler
1. Prologue - Father's Last Words [7:40]
2. Opening Credits - A Son's Affection [:02]
3. The Higurashi Family Treasure [1:44]
4. Calamity of Sounga [1:44]
5. Inuyasha Possessed [4:11]
6. Black Demon Revived [3:37]
7. Sesshomaru Vs. Inuyasha [4:52]
8. The Power of the Beads of Subjugation [4:10]
9. Three Swords of Supreme Conquest [6:30]
10. Way to Conqueror [4:35]
11. Adoration of Father [5:47]
12. The Battle Begins [6:09]
13. Kagome and Rin in Danger [2:47]
14. The Bond Between Comrades [4:54]
15. The Secret to True Power [6:55]
16. The Gate to the Netherworld [5:17]
17. The Power to Protect [1:48]
18. Ending Credits - Epilogue [5:24]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Inu Yasha The Movie 3: Swords of an Honorable Ruler
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         Settings
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      Japanese Trailers
      VIZ Media Trailers
      Graphic Novels
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Customer Reviews

Average Rating 4.5
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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 9, 2013

    one of my favorites

    one of my favorites

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    I Enjoyed This Very Much!!!!

    Well, this was a good movie I suppose. The beginning when InuYasha was posessed to Kagome saving him was the only part that held my attention. The plot was brilliant, but it just wasn't my kind of movie. If you like lots of fighting and blood, this is the one to watch out of the 4 movies.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Crouching tiger hidden Inuyasha?

    The movie starts out with a beautifully animated birth of Inuyasha and all the interiorities of the death of his father who remains mysterious and almost godlike in the fact that they never mention his name or show his face strait on. This movie does a good job at telling the back ground story. You have the ability to see the movie and even if you've never seen a single episode you can still understand the basic story line. This is not the most romantic movie in the series unlike the first two. The love story is more of an unconditional love instead of the "you're my friend... oh yea I Love You... Hug." This is probably because the original audience is a little bit older and more mature now. The heroine, Kagome, explains that she just wants to be with Inuyasha, and that is why she fights the wickedness of the world. There are beautiful fight scenes that resemble the movie "Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon" only in animation. This movie is a nice break from the episodes and there drawn out story. Nobody says anything about Naraku or the Jewel Shards. And there is no random appearance of Inuyasha's lost love Kikyo. The English dubers got kind of lazy on this movie. If you've seen Inuyasha's father in Japanese, you've seen him in english. The timings just not right. But this problem doesn't take away from the overall appeal of the movie. This is a good movie for anime fans, or for anyone who has ever seen an episode of Inuyasha and liked it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Hey

    I didn't care so much for this movie. The 2nd one was better.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    GO SESSHY! GO SESSHY! aw crud...

    This...IS THE GREATEST INU YASHA MOVIE! of course, I know that this may sound awkward but I like Sesshomaru (I can't ever spell his name) better than Inu Yasha himself but this time it made me respect them equally. But old Sesshy is still the best at fighting ^o)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    2 words: HOLY CRUD

    This movie is off da hook! I watched it and was blown out of my mind! The movie starts on the same day that Inuyasha's father died from his battle with Ryutosusei and when Inuyasha was born. That's when I learned that there was a 3rd sword, Sounga. It was also cool when the sword turned Inuyasha into a full demon. It was the best movie I've ever seen. The Japanese trailers also comes with a preview for Movie 4!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    SUPERB!

    It was one of the best InuYasha movies I ever saw! When the Great Dog Demon passed away, he gave his 2 sons, InuYasha and Sesshomaru the Tetsusaiga and the Tensaiga. However, he had one last sword, the Sounga, put away. Now the Sounga has reawakened and Sesshomaru and InuYasha must work together to destroy this evil. The graphics were great and the whole thing is rated 5 stars! :)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    WHy this is movie is good

    If you seen InuYasha Moviw 1 & 2 then you know you couldn't live until you see the 3rd movie. This is mostly about InuYasha Parents and InuYasha's fathers evil sword. Its also about InuYasha's sexy brother SESSHOMARU.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Oh my goodness

    I cant beleive how good this movie was, I'd expected the same thing from our beloved writer but this was spectacular. I often watch the Inuyasha series and I'd see the past two movies but when this new one came out I didnt know what to expect. Of course its another myth but we actually get to find out more about Inuyasha's father and who gave inuyasha his name! I luv it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Best of the 3

    this has got to be the best one of all the InuYasha movies....the graphics are to die for and the story line was positivly fabulus!!!! If you're a Sesshomaru fan then you'll love this movie also. With the addition of a new character in this movie (Shaft) we get to see more background into InuYasha's past and his parents..a side note also we get to see why he turns human on hte new moon..but not to give too much away...once again Rimiko Takahashi has put a myth into her own story with the third movie and i highly recomend this movie to any InuYasha Fan or if you're not then you watch this movie and you will be!!!

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