Channel 5 started showing it again a bit back, didn’t they? In chinese take-aways I order by number. DotCommunist , Nov 23, Yes, my password is: Also I couldn’t quite follow the dialogue because of the strange pronunciation of the script. Though from Chinese stories.
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Channel 5 started showing it again a bit back, didn’t they?
As for the debate Monkey for me, but did watch The Water Margin with me dad and liked it too. In chinese take-aways I order by number. Shippou-SenseiNov 23, They were both Japanese.
Also I couldn’t quite follow the dialogue because of the strange pronunciation of the script. I can remember watching The Water Margin as a kid and thinking it wasn’t a patch on Monkey. I’m still keen to get The Legend of Bruce Lee Series – 50 episodes – looks great – no ‘English’ version available yet to my knoweldge despite US money being sunk in to it. And yes I fancied the pants off Tripitaka too even before I found out she was a ladygirl.
Never heard of water margin.
FlashmanNov 23, Don’t make me choose. I remember a great animated version of the Monkey King years back 80s possibly at xmas maybe Ch 4 that I’d love to see again. For weeks I was convinced that there was a man who was famous for running “faster than a cow”.
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VoleyNov 23, You must log in or sign up to reply here. Though from Chinese stories. Do you already have an account?
Then I slowly realised it was ‘an arrow’.
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Your name or email address: Nanker PhelgeNov 23, GriffNov 23, I loved them both. Still didn’t make any seriss sense iirc. But then, Monkey was one of the most mental things that’s ever been on telly.
Used to love the Water Margin, Monkey was shite. It spoiled the surrealism of the thing for me.