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Yu hai qing mo (1967)





Credited cast:
Jenny Hu ... Wang Lilian
Diana Chung-Wen Chang Diana Chung-Wen Chang ... Wang Xiumei
Paul Chang Chung ... Chen Shangyuan
Wei Lo ... Wang Xuebin
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Tien-Chu Chin
Chun Erh
Fan Ho ... David (Guest star)
Li Jen Ho
Po Hu Po Hu
Wei Lieh Lan Wei Lieh Lan
Yun-Wu Li Yun-Wu Li
Sha-Fei Ouyang
Lao Shen ... Xiumei's Nightclub Manager
Pei-Pei Shu
Feng Tien ... Police Investigator


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Hong Kong



Release Date:

23 February 1967 (Hong Kong) See more »

Also Known As:

Madame Slender Plum See more »

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Production Co:

Shaw Brothers See more »
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Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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18 September 2008 | by crossbow0106See all my reviews

This film from the Shaw Brothers stars the sexy Diana Chang as Xiumei, a lady who makes good as a nightclub owner after her husband leaves her and her daughter Lilian (the Eurasian beauty Jenny Hu) in disgrace. Her husband left because he made bad investments and their younger daughter tragically died in a fall. Xiumei pulls herself up by her bootstraps and becomes successful and re-meets an old school friend who wants to be with her. He eventually has designs, since Xiumei still pines for her husband, for Lilian, who is interested, since he pays the attention to her her busy, successful mom can't. You already know what happens to the guy, the first scene has him being killed in a struggle with Xiumei. But, is that how it really happened? You may be surprised. I've seen one other Jenny Hu film, "Love Without End" and that was as dramatic as this one. She was only about 20 when she did this role, and she is a pretty good actress. Diana Chang is as good, she is likable in her role. If you like melodrama with a splash of murder mystery, this is good viewing. One caution to you, though: If you buy the DVD, please stop yourself from looking at the picture on the back of the case. Inexplicably, they're giving away the mystery! Don't look at it if you want to see the whole film. Its a good old fashioned mystery which moves along fairly well. I think you'll like it.

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