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ScriptNg Cho-Fan
CameraSuen Lun,
Yuen Chang-Sam
DesignLeung Chi-Hing
MusicLam Sing-yap
ProducerNg Cho-fan
CastBruce Lee,
Ng Cho-fan,
Pak Yin,
Feng Feng,
Lee Yuet-Ching,
Lee Pang-Fei
ProductionHualien Films
CountryHong Kong
World salesBruce Lee Enterprises,
1960, 104'

Bruce Lee. A Man and The Legend


Director: LEE SUN-FUNG
During the outbreak of the Sino-Japanese War, Ho See-kei lost his wife Lan and his daughter while also being separated from his son To and his maid Sister Five. After the war, Ho became the headmaster of an orphanage and foils orphan Sam's plan to rob rich man, Cheung Kat-cheung, and widow Yiu So-fung. Ho persuades Sam to rehabilitate and returns the things that he had stolen. Ho invites Fung to teach at the orphanage while also successfully persuades Sam to enter school. One night, Sam misses his family and quietly leaves to see the Cheung family's maid Sister Five. Fung mistakenly thought he was joining the gang and scolds him. Sam was displeased at Fung and plays a trick on her, which leads to punishment from Ho. Triad leader Kwo-kong Lung takes the chance to threaten Sam to kidnap Cheung's son Sing. Ho goes to Cheung's house to understand the situation and discovers that Sister Five was his maid before the war, while also discovers that Sam is his son.

ScheduleMy program

delete screening24 April 16:00, Zvezda, Hall 1

delete screening25 April 19:30, Multiplex Cinema October, Hall 11