A Romance of Three Kingdoms, 28 DVD, English Subtitle, CCTV

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Complete 84 television episodes; 15 DVD Boxset
Soundtrack: Chinese only; Subtitle: English, Chinese (optional, removable)
Region: All regions (Regional-coded free); ISRC CN-F27-98-340-00/V.J9
Produced by CCTV; Starring: Tang Kuo Chiang, Wu Xiao Dong, Sun Yan Jun
Playing devices: Computer with DVD drive; Most DVD players produced after year 2000 

A Romance of Three Kingdoms is adapted from one of the most famous Chinese classic novels with the same title by Luo Guanzhong, and based on the history of the Three Kingdoms period (220AD-280AD).

The TV serial describes the intricate and tense struggles for the throne among three powerful political forces: Liu Bei, Cao Cao and Sun Quan, and focuses on various great talents and bold strategy during that period.  It is an epic times that carries many different outstanding heroes. To reproduces his historical period, China Central Television spent nearly four years on shooting the serial with 84 episodes, and a great deal of funds, manpower & material resources.

The accuracy of its storyline makes it a good guide to Chinese History. Also, with thousands of actors and horses involved in the making of this film, the battle scenes looked very realistic.

The song lyrics are representative of the story. Those who understand Chinese will appreciate these poetic songs and series even more.

The casting was also well done. The portrayal of Guan Yu was very close to what people usually thought of. The smart, kind and intelligent Zhuge Liang, the dumb hero Lu Bu, the wicked yet smart Zhao Zhao, the kind but indecisive Liu Bei, and other characters were all well played by the actors.

Contents of 84 Episodes
1 to 20
1. Swear brothers 2. A political turmoil by the eunuchs 3. Dong Zhou seizes the capital 4. Cao Cao Presents a sword 5. Three heroes fighting with Lu Bu 6. A set of interlocking strategies 7. The Fengyi pavilion 8. Liu Bei declining to take Xuzhou Thrice 9. Sun Ce building his career in Jiangdong 10. Settling disputes by shooting
11 to 20
11. Battle of Wancheng 12. Baimen Tower (part 1) 13. Baimen Tower (part 2) 14. Discussing the heroes of the country when drinking 15. Yuan Shao and Cao Cao Fighting against each other 16. Guan Yu plighting three conditions with Cao Cao 17. Hanging up seal and sealing up the treasures 18. A long solitary journey 19. Meeting at Gucheng 20. Seize of Jiangdong
21 to 30
21. Battle of Guandu (part 1) 22. Battle of Guandu (part 2) 23. Waterloo for Yuan Shao 24. Leaping across the Tan River 25. Looking for the talented person 26. Recommending Zhuge Liang 27. Visiting the Thatched Cottage Thrice 28. Burning Bowangpo 29. Crossing across the Yangtze River with people 30. Arguing against East Wu's scholars
31 to 40
31. Irritating Zhou Yu by wisdom 32. A failed scheme by Zhou Yu 33. The meeting of heroes 34. Borrowing arrows from Cao Cao 35. The self-tortured ruse 36. Pang Tong presenting scheme of Chaining ships 37. Composing a poem when wielding spear 38. Zhuge Liang sacrificing for procuring a wind 39. The burning of Chibi 40. Taking Nanjun by strategy
41 to 50
41. Battle of Nanjun 42. Beauty trap 43. Ganlu Temple 44. Return to Jingzhou 45. Anger Zhou Yu thrice 46. Zhuge Liang mourns for the dead 47. Cao Cao took to his heels 48. Zhang Song presents a map 49. Liu Bei enters west shu 50. Slope of fallen phoenix
51 to 60
51. Releasing Yan Yan righteously 52. The capture of West Shu 53. Guan Yu goes to a feast alone but armed 54. Battle of Hefei 55. Contending for Succession 56. The battle fo Dingjun Mountain 57. Capturing Hanzhong by clever scheme 58. Drowned seven armies 59. Guan Yu Being defeated in Maicheng 60. Death of Cao Cao
61 to 70
61. Cao Pi usurping state power of Han Dynasty 62. Expedition to Dongwu 63. Burning of Shu's camps 64. Settling attacks from five directions 65. Crossing the Lu River 66. Asking the way in desperate situation 67. Capturing and releasing Meng Huo seven times 68. The expedition of North 69. Reducing Jiang Wei to submission 70. Sima Yi being restored to command
71 to 80
71. Zhuge Liang holding the enemy back by putting on a bold front 72. Sima Yi seizing the seal of commander 73. Zhuge Liang setting his wits to Sima Yi at Qishan 74. Zhuge Liang juggling on the beach 75. The sixth north expedition at Qishan Mountain 76. Extinguishing the rain in Shangfang Valley 77. Zhuge Liang died in Wuzhang Plain 78. Sima Yi seizing military power from Cao Shuang by false illness 79. Coups happening in the Wu Palace 80. Sima Zhao being besieged in Tielong Mountain
81 to 84
81. Sima Zhao murdering the Emperor of Wei 82. The ninth North Expedition to Central Plains 83. Deng Ai making surprise advance by sideway to Yinping 84. Jin uniting the Three Kingdoms eventually.

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