The remaining 13 unseen / undubbed episodes have been dubbed into English!
One of the (many) cool things about Monkey is the dubbing (into English). The cheesy Japanese accents were superbly done, and contribute greatly to the show's humour. The English adaptation in the late 1970s was done by David Weir, and I've often wondered if he stuck strictly to the translation of the original Japanese, or if he just made it up as he went along! Either way, he did a great job of it.
Who can forget Monkey's voice when he yells "I love to fiiiight", Pigsy's cheeky voice when he tries to chat up pretty girls, Sandy's sad voice when he's complaining about something, or Tripitaka's voice when he's telling Monkey off for picking on Pigsy or whatever?
Cast / Crew [Last updated: 30 September 2004] - Details of the English dubbing cast (and crew) who worked on the English dubbing Monkey in both the late 1970s and 2004.
Dubbing The 13 Unseen Episodes in 2004 - Contains details of the dubbing of the 13 unseen Monkey episodes in 2004.
The Day I Met Monkey's English Voice! [Added: 26 June 2004] - The full account and photos from my visit to the 2004 Monkey dubbing sessions.
Monkey Dubbing - Gallery 2004 - photos from the 2004 dubbing sessions.
Monkey Autographs - Dubbing Cast - autographs of the dubbing cast actors.
Media - Details of media coverage of the English dubbing of Monkey.
Related web sites:
Monkey Cast - Biographies of the main cast members of Monkey.
Monkey Autographs - Autographs of people involved in Monkey.
Monkey Interviews - Interviews with the main cast members and crew of Monkey.
Monkey Meetings - Details of meetings between fans and the main cast members of Monkey.
Monkey Photos - Photo galleries of the main cast members of Monkey.
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