Da nao tian gong (The Monkey King: Uproar In Heaven)


The Monkey King:
Uproar in Heaven

Adapted from Journey to the West

The King is back! The King is back!

Children, gather and practice!

Bring me my sabre!

I don't have a single good weapon.

How can I give you good training?

Such a disappointment.

If the King wants to find a good weapon,

it isn't very difficult.

But are you able to dive into the sea?

What? The sea?

I can fly up to Heaven and

burrow into the deepest ground.

There's no place I can't go.

Then it will be easy.

There's a passage under the waterfall

leading to the East China Sea Dragon's Palace.

Once you are there, you won't have to

worry about finding a good weapon.

Really? Then I shouldn't worry anymore.

Children, wait here a moment.

I'll be right back.

Halt! Where did you come from?

What are you doing here?

So it's General Turtle

and General Shrimp.

I need to see the Dragon King.

Please tell him quickly.

Quickly bring me to the Dragon King,

or you'll have a taste of my fist.

I'll go, I'll go!

He's escaping, he's escaping!

"Dragon Palace"


There's a demon monkey barging

into the palace.

Then drive him away!

Hi, old neighbour!

What are you doing here?

I'm old Sun from the

Mountain of Flowers and Fruits.

It's just that I'm looking for

a perfect weapon.

I see.

That's no big deal.

General Shrimp,

go and fetch him a spear.

Heh heh, it's not even a weapon.

Then fetch him the 1800kg halberd.

Heh heh... It's light, too light.

Too light?

Ok, I've got something heavy for you.

I wonder if it's too heavy for you.

Guard! Bring the 3600kg

halberd, and let him try it.

It's still too light for me.

Fetch me something heavier.

Hey, you are unbelievable.

I can't really find

anything heavier for you.

Your Eastern Sea is so huge...

and yet you can't find me

a perfect weapon?

Please have a look.

What's this?

This beauty has a great history.

It was left behind by

a god to calm the sea.

If you can remove it then it will be yours.

It's truly a treasure.

A treasure indeed, a treasure indeed.

Too bad it's too thick.

If only it could be thinner...


A bit more.

Golden-ringed Wishing Staff.

Weighs 18,000 lbs

Shrink, shrink, shrink!

Thanks a lot, old neighbour!

This treasure is used to calm

the sea, you can't take it away!

You said if I remove it, it's mine.

Did you not mean what you said?

You stole my sea's treasure!

The Jade Emperor will hear of this!

Your majesty,

the monkey Sun Wukong outrageously

made havoc in my Palace,

and robbed me of my Gold Cudgel,

which is used to calm the sea.

The monkey is a demon,

that will cause us great trouble

if it's not severely punished.

I hope that I'll win the support

from Your Majesty.

Where is the wild monkey from?

That's a long story.

He's a Taoist monkey

born 500 years ago.

He can subdue tigers and dragons,

move mountains, and empty seas.

Your majesty, you can't take it lightly.

I can't believe it.

Which Heaven general would

like to vanquish the monkey?

Your majesty!

In my opinion...

we can give him a

minor position in Heaven

instead of vanquishing him.

We'll restrain the monkey

here in Heaven,

and it will be easy for us to capture

him, if he commits crimes.


What's so special about it?

Yeah, what's so special about it?

Don't get in the way.


My King, there's an old

man coming from the sky.

Bring him here, quickly!

OK, I'll go.

Who the hell are you?

What are you doing here?

I'm from Heaven,

and I'm here to see your King.

Nobody can pass without the King's order.

Hey, listen! here comes

the order from the King.

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