Three feature-length spin-offs of the Japanese anime series. In ‘Naruto the Movie: Ninja Clash in the Land of Snow’ (2004), when a young ninja becomes a bodyguard for the actress Yukie Fujikaze, he discovers that she’s actually the Princess of Snow Country, a magical realm that has been conquered by evil.
In ‘Naruto the Movie 2: Legend of the Stone of Gelel’ (2005), Naruto, Sakura and Shikamaru get involved in a battle with a knight named Temujin (voice of Roger Craig Smith) while on a mission to return a lost dog to its village, which only ends when both the knight and Naruto fall off a cliff. Awakening to find they are both travelling on a caravan, the two warriors get to know more about each other, with Naruto discovering that Temujin wishes to utilise the power of a sacred mineral - the Gelel stone.
In ‘Naruto the Movie 3: Guardians of the Crescent Moon Kingdom’ (2006), Naruto, Sakura and Kakashi team up with Rock Lee to protect Prince Michiru and his spoiled son Hikaru on their return journey to the Crescent Moon Kingdom. Prince Michiru insists on indulging his son to the point of buying him an entire circus along the way. Naruto is having difficulty enough putting up with both the spoiled Hikaru and a sabre-toothed tiger, but the real adventure begins when they reach the Land of the Moon and find themselves facing a villainous uprising led by three mysterious ninja. Does Naruto have what it takes to save an entire kingdom?
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