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Journey to the West on DVD?

Old 04-05-02, 03:37 PM
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Journey to the West on DVD?

Anyone know where to get Journey to the West on DVD? I want the original...not the one with Stephen Chow. I remember seeing this movie when i was little on VHS..and now i can't find it...can find it on VCD though. Thanks.
Old 05-12-02, 10:07 PM
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let me see what you found on VCD and I'll help you find a DVD of it. I don't know which title you are talking about. The Stephen Chow version is called Chinese Odyssey and then there's a 52 episode show and a video game. There's also a new film called Chinese Odyssey 2002. I need a little more info.
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Originally posted by Trigger
There's also a new film called Chinese Odyssey 2002. I need a little more info.
nothing to do with the "Journey to the West" Mytho. Very much a beast of it's own. The only connections to the first two Chinese Oddessey films is the director, Jeffrey Lau and a guest appearance by Athena Chu.
Old 05-12-02, 10:51 PM
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nothing to do with the "Journey to the West" Mytho. Very much a beast of it's own. The only connections to the first two Chinese Oddessey films is the director, Jeffrey Lau and a guest appearance by Athena Chu.
And the title?
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Originally posted by Trigger
And the title?
It's only the english title (methinks Jeffrey Lau is a lazy arse to go naming his films for the english speaking crowd )
Note that the first two Chinese Oddessey fims are called "Sai Yao Gei", and chinese Oddessey 2002 is called "Tien Ha Mo Seung" in their chinese names. I won't delve to much as you must/may have read enough about the film.

As for the initial question. I have no idea what you're on about

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