Emperor's Dream

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Emperor's Dream
Directed byBoer Chen
Produced byBoer Chen
Release date
  • 1947 (1947)

Emperor's Dream (Chinese: 皇帝梦) is a Chinese animated puppet film produced by the Northeast Film company in China.


On October 1, 1946 the Northeast Film Studio was merged with the Yan'an Film Studio (延安电影制片厂).[1] The film is known to be produced in 1947 when the northeast company was being disintegrated from the Japanese company Manchukuo Film Association. The new studio would later be renamed to Changchun Film Studio. In the midst of all the changes, Emperor's Dream is considered the first puppet film made after the declaration of the People's Republic of China.[2]


The story is about exposing the corruption of the Kuomintang nationalist party using puppets in an exaggerated fashion.


  1. ^ China Movie DB. "China Movie DB Archived 2007-09-02 at the Wayback Machine.." "Emperor's Dream." Retrieved on 2007-01-17.
  2. ^ Anyang Government. "Anyang Government[permanent dead link]." "Chinese Opera." Retrieved on 2007-01-17.

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