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The Moments We Lived – 1982 Japanese VHS Tape

24.00

This is a Genuine Factory Original Japanese Import NTSC VHS tape and it will play in all U.S. VCRs.

Presented in JAPANESE LANGUAGE ONLY with no English language or subtitles.

YEAR: 1982
AKA: N/A
DIRECTOR: Yoshimitsu Watanabe
CAST: Black Emperor "Thunder" biker gang members, narration by Uzaki Ryudo with music by Tanaka Hiroshi
LANGUAGE: Japanese
STUDIO: JHV / Japan Home Video Co., Ltd.
PICTURE: Color
RATING: Not Rated
REGION: N/A
FORMAT: NTSC
RECORDING SPEED: SP Mode
ASPECT RATIO: Full Frame
RUNNING TIME: 72m
NUMBER OF DISCS/TAPES: 1
CONDITION: Good
FORMER RENTAL: Yes

Japanese VHS release about outlaw biker gangs in Japan. This documentary chronicles the last official days of the bosozoku biker gangs before Japanese highway laws took effect on and around December 1, 1978. The director was a former leader of the most notorious gang in Japan known as Black Emperor. Tons of rare late 70s footage of bikes and their owners. The original sleeve artwork has been trimmed to fit a plastic clamshell case but otherwise is in good condition with some stickers and minimal wear and tear. Factory VHS tape has been previewed and plays fine with some short rough glitches at the very beginning of the tape. Plastic clamshell case.

As per most vintage Japanese film releases on vhs or dvd, this film may contain some small optical pixelation or fogging to obscure any lower full frontal nudity.

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