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RING OF FURY (1973), Directed by James Sebastian and Tony Yeow

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RING OF FURY (1973), Directed by James Sebastian and Tony Yeow

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RING OF FURY (1973), Directed by James Sebastian and Tony Yeow

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RING OF FURY (1973), Directed by James Sebastian and Tony Yeow

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MY DARLING LOVE (CHINTA KASEH SAYANG) (1965), Directed by Hussain Haniff

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MY DARLING LOVE (CHINTA KASEH SAYANG) (1965), Directed by Hussain Haniff

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MY DARLING LOVE (CHINTA KASEH SAYANG) (1965), Directed by Hussain Haniff

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MY DARLING LOVE (CHINTA KASEH SAYANG) (1965), Directed by Hussain Haniff

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HANG TUAH (1956), Directed by Phani Majumdar

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HANG TUAH (1956), Directed by Phani Majumdar

Blasts From A Celluloid Past

A film historian has uploaded several old Singapore films on YouTube, reminding us of our rich cinematic heritage
Jun 5, 2020 5:50 AM

COVID-19 HAS TURNED the world upside down. But it’s proven to be a boon for film buffs. Major films festivals are putting out great new films online. Actors are coming together to read aloud famous scripts on social media. And here in Singapore, a film lover has been uploading on YouTube many

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