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  • Journey to the West
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52 television animated cartoon series: Xi You Ji DVD
Produced by CCTV
DVD edition published by China International TV Corporation, 2006

五十二集电视动画片:西游记DVD
出版商:中国国际电视总公司
配音语言:国语
字幕:无 
视频格式:MPEG-2
音频格式:杜比/5.1声道/48khz
介质:8片DVD
区码:全区
ISBN:7799808934 7799808942

简介

52集动画片《西游记》描述了孙悟空和他的两个师弟猪八戒和沙僧共同保护师傅唐僧由东土大唐去西天取经,沿途历尽千辛万苦,斗妖除魔,披荆斩棘,经历九九八十一难取回真经,师徒四人修成正果的过程。
一个唐僧西天取经的传说,一个中国人耳熟能详的经典神话故事,一个在中国乃至世界都已广泛流传的神奇。改编自中国古代四大名著的《西游记》,让你在一个个神话仙境中留下不解之缘?幽光点点,妖孽蠢动,张牙舞爪,狞笑狂喊,总想改地偷天,金箍棒下化青烟。

第1集 猴王出世
第2集 龙宫取宝
第3集 养马风波
第4集 大闹天宫
第5集 大战二郎神
第6集 难逃佛掌心
第7集 难逃佛掌心续
第8集 师徒喜相逢
第9集 智收白龙马
第10集 恶僧盗袈裟
第11集 制服黑熊妖
第12集 猪八戒拜师
第13集 险走黄风岭
第14集 流沙河收徒
第15集 偷吃人参果
第16集 观音救仙树
第17集 三打白骨精
第18集 误入波月洞
第19集 唐僧变老虎
第20集 八戒请悟空
第21集 平顶山遇险
第22集 莲花洞降妖
第23集 老国王托梦
第24集 乌鸡国除妖
第25集 悟空遇圣婴
第26集 收伏红孩儿
第27集 车迟国比武
第28集 大圣除三妖
第29集 夜阻通天河
第30集 苦斗独角怪
第31集 女儿国奇遇
第32集 琵琶洞逼婚
第33集 真假孙悟空
第34集 佛祖识猕猴
第35集 被困火焰山
第36集 激战牛魔王
第37集 火烧盘丝洞
第38集 消灭蜈蚣精
第39集 金光塔平冤
第40集 假西天遭难
第41集 弥勒收妖童
第42集 悟空成名医
第43集 巧取紫金铃
第44集 勇闯狮驼岭
第45集 大圣斗三魔
第46集 拯救比丘国
第47集 填平无底洞
第48集 糊涂老国王
第49集 大闹连环洞
第50集 天竺国招亲
第51集 嫦娥收玉兔
第52集 灵山取真经
priest tang
Xi You Ji 52 Television Animated Cartoon Series adapted from the same title classic novel.
Journey to the West is a mythological novel based on many centuries of popular tradition. It was probably put into its present form in the 1570s by Wu Cheng'en (1500-82).

This lively fantasy relates the amazing adventures of the priest Xuanzang as he travels west in search of Buddhist sutras with his three disciples, the irreverent and capable Monkey, greedy Pig, and Friar Sand. The opening chapters recount the earlier exploits of Monkey, culminating in his rebellion against Heaven. We then learn how Xuanzang became a monk and was sent on his pilgrimage by the Tang emperor who had escaped death with the help of an Underworld official. Monkey

The main story, the journey, takes the priest through all kinds of entertaining trials and tribulations, mainly at the hands of monsters and spirits who want to eat him. Most, like the ferocious Red Boy, want to devour him. Some, such as the scorpion spirit of Pipa Cave, take the form of beautiful women in the hope of seducing him. Only the courage and powers of his disciples, especially Monkey, save him from death. Monkey has to use all his connections in the supernatural world to find the help that will enable him to defeat these and other formidable enemies, such as the Bull Demon King and Princess iron Fan, or the imitation Monkey who is indistinguishable from himself. On the last part of the journey the demons come in as wide a range of shapes and kinds as ever. Among them are spider-women who spin webs from their navels, a pride of lion monsters and a terrible female spirit who carries the Tang Priest down into her bottomless cave to marry him. These and all the other fiends test to the very limit Monkey's ingenuity, supernatural powers and connections throughout the universe. Monkey is the hero of the fantasy, and the reader will soon learn why he has long been so loved in China. Will the pilgrims reach the Vulture Peak and obtain the scriptures? The answer will only be found at the end of the 100-chapter novel.

The story is as full of imagination as Monkey is of magic, and packed with incident and down-to-earth humor. The illustrations are from 19th-century Chinese edition.

pig"Journey to the West has the same status in Chinese popular literature as Dickens, the the Wizard of Oz and the Superman comics combined. Everyone knows it. The episodes are featured in countless theatre pieces, comic books, and cartoon shows." -- James Beerbower

"The story, attributed to Wu Cheng-en, is quite hilarious on the surface, full of creatures, jokes and foibles, and on the other hand it is a deeply religious plot. This is the finest piece of Chinese literature I've come across." -- Alexander Moir

"When I read the book, I was so intrigued in the writing, I couldn't put it down. THis is definitely a book worth reading. The language is moderately difficult. I had quite an easy time reading it (and I'm only 8). A must read, it is absolutely fantastic. " -- Christine Wong

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