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The clip bonding with elephants from The Protector (2005) Hello. Hello. Hello. Splash him, son. Splash him. Come on, splash him. Splash him all over, son. Splash him, son. Splash him. How do you feel, Por Yai? Por Yai, you're so naughty! Dad, look at him. How was it? Was Por Yai up to his old tricks again? Why did Por Yai do that to you? Oh! Splash him, come on. Dad. I'm here.
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The clip opening credits/prologue from The Protector (2005) The Jaturungkabart were sworn to protect the mighty royal elephants. Why? Elephants are so big. Who could hurt them? The king sits on top of them. So they must beware of things from below. Beware of what, Dad? If they lost their swords, they would use their bodies as weapons. Throw, crush, grab, and break. What do they need to be careful of? I cannot tell you yet. But I'm going to be a Jaturungkabart. I have to know. Not yet, Cam. One day you will know.
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The clip carnival and royal examiner from The Protector (2005) Come on, pull. Pull it. If I ever had the chance to present Por Yai to the King... ...it would be biggest honor of my life. At the very least, it would mean that I upheld the name of the Jaturungkabart.
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The clip kham adopts orphaned elephant from The Protector (2005) Father. Father. Father. Where's Por Yai going? Let him go, son. Pull... Pull... Pull it tight... Lasso it.
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The clip murder and elephant mayhem from The Protector (2005) Kohrn... I have something to show you. Nice, nah? I reckon this Songkran Water Festival is going to be fun. Mr. Suthep is taking care of everything. He's throwing a huge party. Well, his son's now a member of government. Hopefully, he can give us back some of our profits. Koi, I heard they are going to check the elephants for royal status. Aren't you going to take your elephants, to see if they're in with a chance? Say goodbye to Por Yai, Cam. After Por Yai has been checked... ...we might not have the chance to see him again. This could be a great opportunity for you. There's no reason to worry.
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The clip murder and elephant mayhem Part 2 from The Protector (2005) Annual Songkran Water Festival Mr. Koi, ...this way, please. Hello. Welcome. Dad. They're here. Hello, Mr. Koi. Please, come inside. Yes, sir. Everything's ready. Come in. Go on, Kohrn. Wait outside for a while. Your father should go in alone. This is Supoj, a friend of mine. Hello, sir. He takes care of this place. He will take care of everything for you. Young man, would you like a bell for your elephant? Do you want a bell? Do you want one? It's for good luck. Do you want one for your elephant? How much is this one? That one is 40 Baht.
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The clip party fight scene from The Protector (2005) It's not expensive. Buy a bell for your elephant and get good luck. Thank you, sir. Let me take a look. That's lovely. Let's go. BLIND BOXING Thank you. Come on. Bring it here. Wait! Wait! Are you taking him away today? Yes, today. You can go back home and wait there. I will let you know what happens later. But... Come on. Quickly. Move it. Come on.
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The clip river fight scene from The Protector (2005) Quickly. Come on... Come on... You can't take him. Not yet. I won't let you. You can't. You can't. You can't take him. I said you can't take him. Force it to go. I said you can't take him. You old fart. I told you. Move it. Quickly.
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The clip river fight scene Part 2 from The Protector (2005) Look! Elephants. Didn't you see the truck?
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The clip sydney cab ride from The Protector (2005) Father... Father... What happened, Father? Father... Cam. Check on Por Yai. Move it. I said move! Oracle Ceremony To Find Por Yai
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The clip sydney cab ride Part 2 from The Protector (2005)
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The clip talking to the police from The Protector (2005) Baby. We belong together enjoying the forest with a joyful heart. The waterfall pours down as if heaven was before our eyes. Birds coo like my loving words for you. Who the hell are you? Do you want my foot in your mouth? Go on. Get him. Go get him. My teeth! Wait for me. Where are Por Yai and Kohrn? Where are they? I don't know. I don't know. You don't know? You don't know?
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The clip elephant kidnnapers' meeting from The Protector (2005) You don't know? You don't know? Johnny. Johnny took them. They're in Sydney. Where is he? Father! Shoot! Shoot him! Enough. You're hurting me. Come on. Quickly. Move it.
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The clip boardwalk fight scene from The Protector (2005) Sydney 2 Weeks Later While the NGO were gathering to protest the transfer of Thai elephant to Sydney. There's a report that the elephant was stolen. And Mr. Wittaya Thammarat. The owner of the well-known Thai restaurant Tom Yum Goong Otop has been killed. The motive of murder was believed that Wittaya was involved with the Chinese mafia gang and many illegal activities that can leads to business conflict with them. For the missing elephant. There is no report or confirmation from the authority at the moment if this connects to the murder case. ...belongs in Thailand. The best way to enrich this elephant's environment is to put it with other elephants. So that he can live with his family. In its home. We don't want the elephant in Australia. The elephant belongs in Thailand.
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The clip boardwalk fight scene Part 2 from The Protector (2005) Yeah! Send him home! Reporters have asked the Thai consulate for more information about the incident. We are very sorry for the incident that happened today. We also would like to inform you that Thailand do have a very strict law for the protection and conservation of elephant. At first. We thought that the... giving of elephants to the zoo is done by donation for public use. We later found out that there's criminal activities behind the scene.
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The clip gang fight part I from The Protector (2005) with Petchtai Wongkamlao And this is the main Asian market in downtown Sydney. Most of the people here are Asian, you know? Chinese, Thai, Vietnam. Oh, oh, oh, oh! And Laos. So officer here need to understand Asians way. Like me, for instance. This how I do my job. It's important to stay in touch with the people. What beautiful mangoes. Hello. How are you? They look lovely. How much? Do you want some? Take some. Take them. It's no problem. How much? Forget it. Are you sure? Just take them. Well, okay, then. Can I take two more? Take them. Go on. Thank you very much. Not at all. This just the way we do things here. Asian in the foreign place needs to stick together. Like firemen. ...I'll be there to chase. Why? Do you miss me? Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. Take it easy, baby. I kiss you. I kiss you first. Okay? I love you. Bye. Hey! Just in time. This is my new partner Rick. He's a young aristocratic kind of bloke. A little less hard-working than I am. Hey! Lighten up, mate! Let's not work right now. Using public services is part of our job as police officer. You know? To serve and protect. You look like you're constipated or something.
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