Lone Wolf & Cub 5: Baby Cart in Land of Demons (1973)
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His sword is sharp, swift and for hire. 500 pieces of gold will buy his services and once he accepts a commission, the fate of his target is sealed! His name is Ogami Itto, the former Shogunate executioner. After the evil Yagyu clan frames him for heresy and murders his wife, Ogami roams the Japanese country-side with his infant son Diagoro and a crude wooden baby cart as the paid assassins known as... Lone Wolf and Cub!
Five retainers of the Kuroda Clan seek out Ogami to enlist his aid in saving the Clan. But first, they must ensure that he is capable of helping them. Each in turn seeks out Ogami. If the Lone Wolf can defeat them, then with their dying breaths they will explain his mission - and give him 1/5 of his fee.
Lord Kuroda has retired and his true successor is his son, young Lord Matsumaru. However Kuroda is so besotted with his mistress that he decides their daughter should succeed him. He imprisons his son, and is raising his daughter as a boy. Jikei, a high priest trusted by Kuroda, has been given a document that details the Lord's plans.
Unfortunately for the Kuroda Clan, Jikei is a spy, and he sets off to deliver the incriminating document to the Yagyu, thus ensuring the Kuroda's demise. Only Ogami Itto has the skill to kill Jikei and recover the document before it reaches the hands of the evil Lord Yagyu Retsudo.
After retrieving the document, Ogami learns his mission is not quite finished. The only sure way to ensure the rightful succession is to kill Lord Kuroda, his mistress and their daughter. But, in order to reach the demented Lord, he must confront and slay Lord Kuroda's loyal retainers - the same men who, knowing it meant certain death, hired Ogami to save their Clan!
Baby Cart in Land of Demons is part five in the six film, Lone Wolf & Cub samurai series.
Catalog #: AD097-005
Laserdisc Released: 1997
Length: 89 min
Rating: UR (contains nudity and extreme graphic violence)
Region Format: NTSC
CLV+CAV, Wide Screen, Digital Sound, English Subtitles
Laserdisc - VG+ (some light surface marks, doesn't affect play.)
Cover - NM (still in shrink)
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