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Uproar in Heaven

This cartoon film from China relates the misadventures and misfortunes of mischievous Monkey before he sets out on his epic journey to India to help bring back the tablets of the Buddha and how he incurred the wrath of the celestial Jade Emperor and was flung out of Heaven for stealing the peaches of immortality.
Directed by WAN LAI -MING. Films: p 105
BBC Two England

Uproar in Heaven

A cartoon version of the old Chinese legend which tells of the fearless and impudent struggle of the Monkey King against the Celestial Emperor.
Produced by * SHANGHAI ANIMATION FILM STUDIO Directed by WAN LAI -MING films: page 15
BBC Two England

Uproar in Heaven

An animated feature film from China.
Before he set out on his epic journey to India, Monkey had first to find his magic weapon and achieve immortality. This film shows how he did so, out-witting first the Dragon King and then all the forces of the Celestial Emperor.
Directed by WAN laiming Produced by SHANCHAI ANIMATION FILM STUDIO Films: page 13

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