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  1. The Golden Child is a 1986 American dark fantasy comedy film directed by Michael Ritchie and starring Eddie Murphy as Chandler Jarrell, who is informed that he is "The Chosen One" and is destined to save "The Golden Child", the savior of all humankind.

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  2. The Golden Child (1986) - IMDb

    Dec 12, 1986 · Storyline Eddie Murphy plays a detective with a speciality of finding lost children. He is told he is the 'Chosen one' who will find and protect the Golden Child, a Bhuddist mystic who was kidnapped by an evil sorcerer. Murphy disbelieves the mysticism but finds more and more evidence of demon worship as he investigates.

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  3. The Golden Child - Wikipedia

    The Golden Child is a 1986 American dark fantasy comedy film directed by Michael Ritchie and starring Eddie Murphy as Chandler Jarrell, who is informed that he is "The Chosen One" and is destined to save "The Golden Child", the savior of all humankind.

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  5. The Golden Child (1986) - Rotten Tomatoes

    After a Tibetan boy, the mystical Golden Child (J.L. Reate), is kidnapped by the evil Sardo Numspa (Charles Dance), humankind's fate hangs in the balance. On the other side of the world in Los...

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  6. Paramount Presents: The Golden Child (Blu-ray ...

    Eddie Murphy is “the Chosen One,” a social worker on a madcap mission to find “the Golden Child,” a young boy possessing mystical powers. Joined by Kee Nang (Charlotte Lewis), they’ll battle the countless henchmen of Sardo Numspa (Charles Dance), the mysterious and evil cult leader holding the boy captive.

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    In a temple in an unknown location in Tibet, a young boy with mystical abilities, the Golden Child, receives badges of station and demonstrates his power to the monks of the temple by reviving a dead bird, which is to become a constant companion. However, a band of villains led by a mysterious man (Sardo Numspa) breaks into the hidden temple, slaughters the monks and takes the boy away. Some time afterwards, a young woman named Kee Nang watches a Los Angeles TV show in which Chandler Jarrell, a social worker who engages in finding missing children, appears and tries to present his latest case (a missing girl named Cheryll Mosley) over the host's prattling. She seeks him out the next day and openly informs him of the kidnapping of the Golden Child and that he is the 'Chosen One' who would recover it from the hands of evil. Jovial and worldly as he considers himself, Chandler does not take this seriously, even after the appearance of the astral form of the Child and his bird familiarf...

    Chandler Jarrell – Eddie Murphy
    The Golden Child – J.L. Reate
    Sardo Numspa – Charles Dance
    Kee Nang – Charlotte Lewis

    John Carpenter was at one point attached to direct, but ultimately dropped out. He would later direct Big Trouble in Little China, a film with similar Chinesemysticism themes which was initially set to be released in the same time frame as this film. Actor Mel Gibson was also originally slated to play the role of Chandler Jarrell. When Gibson was unavailable, the producers selected Murphy, and changed the movie from a serious adventure drama to a partial comedy. Until Murphy did The Nutty Professor, this was the only film he starred in that was rated less than R in America. Gene LeBellmakes a small, cameo appearance as a drunk member of the Yellow Dragons biker gang with horrible breath from previously consumed liquor. A tied-up Murphy, as LeBell (in character) coughs near his face, begs him to please take as many Tic Tacs from out of his pocket as he likes. John Barry began scoring this film, but during production left the project after differences with the producers, and his music...

    Released in December 1986, The Golden Child was a box office success. It took in $79,817,937 in the U.S. alone, making it the eighth biggest film of the year. However, the film was considered a disappointment by the studio when compared to Murphy's previous film, Beverly Hills Cop, which garnered $234,760,478at the U.S. box office.

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  8. 7 Traits Of The Golden Child (And How They're Influenced By ...
    • He/she is competitive. As earlier mentioned, a golden child is a reflection of their narcissistic parent. This child is very competitive in nature, always striving to win.
    • He/she is studious. Which kid loves studying? None other than the golden child in a narcissistic family. Unlike other kids, he or she is extremely excited about going to school and taking part in competitive events that they love.
    • He/she abides by their parent's rules. One can find most children being rebellious on being dictated and controlled. But to a golden child, the rules set by their parents are the ultimate rule book for them.
    • He/she has productive hobbies. Video games and television shows are not the golden child’s cup of tea. They prefer engaging themselves in truly inspiring and fruitful hobbies, which provides them the chance to improve themselves.
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    Aug 27, 2018 · Consequently, the golden child grows to believe that following their parents’ guidance and fulfilling their demands is the only right way of living. The effects of narcissistic parenting. The golden child who has been exposed to narcissistic parenting may develop into an adult with the following psycho-emotional difficulties:

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