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PostPosted: Tue Mar 04, 2014 3:37 pm 
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Some of my friends watched it and wanted back their money, despite the presence of veteran stars in it :mrgreen:

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Not much in the way of dialogue, is there?

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plwk wrote:
Some of my friends watched it and wanted back their money, despite the presence of veteran stars in it :mrgreen:


Nothing beats the 1986 CCTV series. Oh nostalgia!

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Some of my friends watched it and wanted back their money, despite the presence of veteran stars in it :mrgreen:


Nothing beats the 1986 CCTV series. Oh nostalgia!
As Celine Dion sang... It's all coming back to me... :lol:

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Sherab Dorje wrote:
Not much in the way of dialogue, is there?


Nope.

This one is clearer.


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Monkey Magic rules!

The Buddha and his dirty tricks! :smile:

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PostPosted: Wed Mar 05, 2014 11:21 am 
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'Crazy wisdom'... politically correct mah! :lol:

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PostPosted: Wed Mar 05, 2014 6:55 pm 
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This is the classic version, with the very 庄严 Tathagata.

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Chopra Bros. Mahabharat--Bhim meets Hanuman:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=91QvQMb5cAI

Translation: Bhim encounters an elderly monkey, and asks him to lift his tail so he can pass. The monkey declines. Bhim grows angry. The monkey challenges him to lift his (the monkey's) tail, if he can. Although Bhim is extremely strong, he finds he cannot. Then the monkey transforms into Hanuman. Isn't this a nice turnaround from the Sun Wukong story? Here the monkey has the last laugh!

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