Genghis Khan, ruthless leader of the Mongols and sovereign over the vastest empire ever ruled by a single man, was both god and devil - not just in the Middle Ages, but for centuries to come.

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Genghis Khan, ruthless leader of the Mongols and sovereign over the vastest empire ever ruled by a single man, was both god and devil - not just in the Middle Ages, but for centuries to come.

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There is a full length TV series made.
18 September 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Actually there is a full length TV series (30 episode) on life of Genghis Khan made based on "Secret History of Mongols". You can find a clip of it here on Youtube (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hUwKspSZwfo). This is produced by a film company in Inner Mongolia with a Mongol cast. Dialog is in Mandarin, the clip on Youtube has English subtitle so I am sure the version with English Subtitle exist. I am watching it online right now in Chinese. I am pleasantly surprised by the production value, how faithful it stick to the "Secret History of Mongols". I was initially skeptical of a TV series about Genghis Khan made in China since I have seen many Chinese film and TV series where the depiction of non-Han Chinese people are wanting. But this one was really different, even though they were speaking Chinese, I realize that the actors and directors are probably Mongols. When I did some back ground research, and found out that it was indeed a Mongol cast and produced by a film company based in Inner Mongolia.

The Chinese character for Genghis Khan is "成吉思汗", You might find the DVD for sale on the internet.


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