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Nezha Nao Hai

Nezha Nao Hai

English Title: Nezha Conquers The Dragon King

Nezha Nao Hai (Nezha Conquers The Dragon King , Nezha Conquers The Dragon) (1979) Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film Nezha Nao Hai

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  • Shanghai Animation Studio
  • Animated Characters: Nezha, Dragon King, General Lijing.
  • Originally Released in 1979 (Estimate).
  • Running Time: 70 minutes.
  • Color
  • China  China

Alternate Titles:

English Titles: "Nezha Conquers The Dragon King" and "Nezha Conquers The Dragon."
Alternate Series Title: "Le Prince Nezha Triumphe Du Roi Dragon (French)."

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The first wide-screen animated feature produced in China.

Based on an Asian myth.

Traditional, Hand-drawn Animation.

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Nezha Defeats the Dragon Kings (slightly retitled by BBC World Enterprises)

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This crypto-spiritual Chinese cartoon was hugely successful in China as a comic in many languages and then as a wide screen animation from the Shanghai Animation Studio. It was produced and released in the People's Republic of China "for the education...  (read more)

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Nezha Nao Hai

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A great film I must say. I came across it in my childhood and I just watched it recently (I am 20 years old now) and I think it is suitable for any kind of viewer. Maybe a bit hard for a child to understand but its something parents and children can relate...  (read more)

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