I have known Ged Moran for almost over 30 years, both as a karate-ka and a friend. His knowledge of karate has certainly given him the edge in video production. Ged and television producer Allan Bardsley created two programmes for me, and both had all the production values that you might expect from a London facility house – truly excellent quality.
All the video productions that Legend have made lead the way in keeping the old traditional values of Shotokan alive – Enoeda Sensei’s Master Class DVDs were re-edited by Legend, following Sensei’s untimely death, and these DVDs remain the Shotokan benchmark to this day.
Anyone wishing to see what the original hard Shotokan was like need only look at Legend’s ‘The Art of War’ – if you’re interest lies in the history of UK Shotokan, then The Shotokan Legacy is a must. I have no hesitation in recommending Legend to anyone interested in having a promotional video made, or simply wants to see Shotokan in all its combat potential.
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