The Magic Shoes (1992 film)

The Magic Shoes (Thai: รองต๊ะแล่บแปล๊บ or Rawng tah laep plaep) is a Thai 1992 fantasy dance film, directed and edited with co-written by Prachya Pinkaew.

The Magic Shoes
Thaiรองต๊ะแล่บแปล๊บ
Directed byPrachya Pinkaew
Written by
  • Prachya Pinkaew
  • Nongnuch Chavala
  • Chanikarn Wannarot
Produced byNisit Koonphon
Starring
CinematographyPrachya Pinkaew
Edited byPrachya Pinkaew
Music byMongkolpat Thongrueang
Production
company
Distributed byRS Promotion
Release date
  • March 14, 1992 (1992-03-14)
Running time
151 minutes
CountryThailand
LanguageThai

PlotEdit

The film tells the story of Touch, a young man who loves dance. One day, he possessed a pair of sneakers that had the super power created by lightning. They made him a fiery dancer overnight.

CastEdit

ProductionEdit

The film is based on the fame and popularity of Touch Na Takuathung, a pop dance star of RS Promotion in 1990s. Considered as Prachya Pinkaew's debut film before becoming world famous with martial arts film Ong-Bak: Muay Thai Warrior in 2003.[1]

It is also the first film produced and distributed by RS Promotion (before the establishment of RS Film), and the debut of some performers, such as Boriboon Chanrueng, Watsana Phunphon and Jaturong Kolimart from the boyband Hijack.[1]

Its Thai title "Rawng tah laep plaep" is slang that probably means "flashing shoes".[2]

MusicEdit

Original soundtrackEdit

The Magic Shoes
Soundtrack album by
Various artists
ReleasedApril 1, 1992
StudioRS Promotion
GenrePop dance, soundtrack
Length32:48
LabelRS Promotion
ProducerMongkolpat Thongrueang

The film's soundtracks were composed and produced by Mongkolpat Thongrueang, a key producer of RS Promotion and Na Takuathung's trusted producer, assist by Thanapol Intharit, another key personnel of RS label.

The Magic Shoes
No.TitleLength
1."SU ("fight")"4:21
2."Yark Roo Kwam Jing ("want to know the truth")"3:53
3."Done Joo Jome ("attacked")"4:20
4."Phitwang Lae Kamlangchai" ("disappointment and encouragement")" (backing track)4:11
5."Mhod Jai ("be depressed")"4:01
6."Koet Ma Phuea Thoe ("born for you")" (performed by Watsana Phunphon)3:47
7."Mai Luea Arai lk ("nothing left")"3:57
8."SU ("fight")" (RE-MIX[3])5:38

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b ""ทัช ณ ตะกั่วทุ่ง" โพสต์ภาพคู่ "แอน วาสนา" ทำหวนอดีต "รองต๊ะแล่บแปล๊บ" แป๊บเดียว 30 ปีแล้ว" ["Touch Na Takuathung" posted a couple of pictures with "Ann Wassana" making a flashback to the past "The Magic Shoes" just a moment, 30 years]. ASTV Manager (in Thai). 2022-03-30. Retrieved 2022-04-11.
  2. ^ "รองต๊ะแล่บแปล๊บ" [The Magic Shoes]. Film Archive (Public Organization) (in Thai).
  3. ^ Thara, Sutkhet (2018-07-11). "ทัช ณ ตะกั่วทุ่ง - อัลบั้ม รองต๊ะแล่บแปล๊บ" [Touch Na Takuathung - album The Magic Shoes]. YouTube (in Thai). Retrieved 2022-04-11.

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