A young elephant goes on an extraordinary adventure and learns important lessons along the way about friendship, love and courage.

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Cast

Credited cast:
Anyarit Pitakkul ...
Nawarat Techarathanaprasert ...
Phoori Hiranyapruk ...
Worathaya Ninlakhooha ...
Pongsak Hiranyapruk ...
Jitrit (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Kohtee Aramboy ...
Manoke (voice) (as Koti Arambawy)
...
Marong / Young Prince Naresuan / Mingyi Swa (voice)
Nanthana Bunlong ...
Saeng-daa (voice)
...
Nuan / Cha / Cow (voice)
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Kon Suay
...
King Narusean / Ajan / Officer (voice)
Channarong Khuntee-tao ...
Juree Ohsiri ...
(voice)
Suthep Po-ngam ...
Mahout (voice)
...
Kon Kluay (voice)
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Storyline

Khankluay is a young elephant who lives his carefree life in a forest, but he's always wondering of his lost father whom he's never met. Inspired by the intention to search for his father, Khankluay leaves the forest and sets his journey to the bigger world. His journey brings such an extraordinary adventure to him. He's experienced so many lessons of life, and finds real friends. Finally, Khankluay becomes a mature elephant who's so brave and powerful, but has a gentle heart. He fights for the king and country until his courage becomes a legend. Written by Anonymous

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Rated PG for thematic elements and some battle action | See all certifications »
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2 September 2008 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

A kék elefánt  »

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Highest grossing Thai film in 2006 with an approximate box-office receipt of 91 million baht. See more »

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Followed by Khan kluay 2 (2009) See more »

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achingly sentimental and poetic
1 November 2009 | by (Los Angeles, CA) – See all my reviews

My 3-year-old daughter, the absolute worship of the film. In fact, she likes better than the higher touted as the Disney shows on a lot.

The characteristics of tribal elephant is really fascinating, in my opinion, far more than the classic portrayal of Winnie the Pooh happily. Sue me, I like this little elephant speak. They are still bold, independent, but in this film is far better than the pairs of Winnie the Pooh's jealousy of their motivations.

Full characterization of the elephant in the entertainingly done, I think they have their own "thing" to. Other points or more, including some very nice animation (especially the young girls will love eye-popping colors and flicker free use) and a good overall information. My daughter and I like the Celtic-style score and music, so if your child likes music, not just the top 40 pop, he / she should enjoy this issue, as well as other types.

My only small problem is that sometimes the dialogue is a little bland and empty, and excessive "use of the term Baby", the elephants to deal with each other.

For a Thai market design animated film, I think this is one more than the big budget, you have brought a number of entertainment shows on.


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