Reviews

Edmondo Crimi

Edmondo Crimi

Ged Moran and Legend TV planned, shot, produced and edited the sizzle reel and promotional materials for my reality television show on the ANTIQUE BUSINESS. Thanks to Legend TV, my television show is on the road to success! I have also been practicing Shotokan for over 40 years, and I am a great fan of the Karate programs produced by Legend TV.

JKA Masters

JKA Masters

With the gulf between Traditional Karate and Sport Karate quickly becoming smaller and smaller, there are a few Traditionalists out there determined to secure and preserve the heritage of our art, ensuring its values stay intact despite the growing trends that seem to almost ignore the real essence of the art.

The Heat of Battle

The Heat of Battle

"It’s difficult to give my opinion on The Heat of Battle using a couple of simple statements, but I’ll try. Elwyn Hall makes a genuine attempt to focus on the real dynamics of karate. He shows the techniques that are best suited to finishing off any mugger, or attacker.

Elwyn Hall Looks Back

I have recently had the good fortune to view a video programme called Elwyn Hall Looks Back. This video is from Legend Productions and I can honestly say I enjoyed every second of it.

Masters of the Art  Paul Mannion

Masters of the Art Paul Mannion

Although most of what passes as traditional martial arts these days, is really nothing more than playground antics, there was a time when it really was a dangerous art. I feel privileged to have been a part of that era, a time when control was very necessary.

Masters of the Art Mark Groenewold

Masters of the Art Mark Groenewold

Ged Morgan and Maria Hugh of Legend Productions in Manchester England were kind enough to send me this very fun videotape entitled, "Masters of The Art", a few weeks ago. I have watched and reviewed it several times now and have enjoyed it tremendously.

The Art of War  Charles Gidley

The Art of War Charles Gidley

"These recordings pay tribute to Shotokan karate in so many ways. The nobility and fighting spirit of the Samurai are there for all to see, and I feel honoured to have been a part of British Shotokan during the years these sequences were recorded.

The Art of War  Geoff Thompson

The Art of War Geoff Thompson

"One of the reasons I left traditional karate was because 90% of what we did in the Dojo was based upon a scripted scenario, or pre-arranged sparring.

Legend Productions

We hold what is probably the largest archive of Shotokan karate film and video footage available anywhere. Dating from the 1950s through to the present day, we have produced digitally enhanced, professionally edited programs of the finest international Shotokan events ever recorded.

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