A tribute to P.Ramlee
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A tribute to P.Ramlee

22 Apr – The Singapore Film Society will be organising free outdoor screenings of four award-winning Tan Sri P.Ramlee's films at China Square Central (Fountain Square area), Singapore from 23 April to 29 May 2010. Admission is free and orange soft drinks will be given away to the first 200 visitors for 23 April and 24 April screenings.

Subtitled in English, moviegoers can expect to watch biopic "Sarjan Hassan" (1955) on 23 April, comedy "Madu Tiga" (1964) on 24 April, tragic romance "Ibu Mertuaku" (1962) on 28 May, and drama "Anak-Ku Sazali" (1956) on 29 May at 7.30pm.

An actor, director, singer and songwriter, P.Ramlee (1929 - 1973) is considered an icon of Malay entertainment during the Golden Age of the film industry in both Singapore and Malaysia. He won the Best Male Actor' award at the 4th Asian Film Festival in Tokyo for his dual acting roles in "Anak-Ku Sazali", Most Versatile Talent award at the 10th Asian Film Festival in Tokyo and a Special Mention Award at the Paris International Film Festival for "Ibu Mertuaku", and nabbed Best Comedy award for "Madu Tiga" at the 11th Asian Film Festival in Taipei.


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