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The HUI Brothers saga

Foreword Page 0
 

Long before Stephen Chow, the Hui brothers dominated the HK box office from the mid seventies to the mid eighties. Their non-sensical humor inspired many actors and filmmakers. Not only they could display 1 gag every minute but also provide a fair vision on the HK society of the time and address social issues. Let have a look back to those who brought back the Cantonese-language cinema up to date in HK and save the film industry’s day after the loss of Bruce Lee.
 
Author(s) : Laurent Henry, Thomas Podvin
Date : 1/11/1999
Type(s) : Information, Analysis

Table of content
 
Foreword   Page 0
 
Start of the Hui Bros   Page 1
 
A successful trio   Page 2
 
The trio splits   Page 3
 
 

Links
 
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People :
  Michael Hui Kun Man   Page : 1  
  Ricky Hui Kun Ying   Page : 2  
  Sam Hui Koon Kit   Page : 1  
 
 
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