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post Feb 21 2009, 03:05 AM


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Gerak Kilat (1966)


Gerak Kilat tells the adventures of Jefri Zain a secret agent who uncovers the secrets of Commander Jeaman who founded the Russian Spy. Jefri Zain has visual proofs of their illegal activities in the pictures he has taken. Komander Jaeman came to know of Jefri Zain's move and is struggling to find a way to outwit Jefri Zain. Who will end up being on top?

http://www.filemkita.com/filem/j/jefri_zai...k_kilat_01.html



Bayangan Ajal (1968)


Secret Agent Jeffri Zain has to uncover the secret of the whereabouts of Mr. King's treasures. Mr King is the head of illegal syndicates being conducted all over the country. He was then caught and imprisoned for it. Unfortunately he was killed by his enemies while he was in prison. The map was snatched by his girlfriend, Nina who ran off with another guy and the other half was given to his sister Melly King while he was in prison. Jeffri Zain now has to find out who has hold of the maps and where it is located.

http://www.filemkita.com/filem/b/bayangan_ajal_01.html


Jurang Bahaya (1968)


http://www.filemkita.com/filem/j/jurang_bahaya_01.html




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post Feb 21 2009, 10:46 AM


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ahh the memories...
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post Feb 21 2009, 11:46 AM


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Malaya & Hong Kong Movies in 60s



Nora Zain Agen Wanita 001 (1965)







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Angel With The Iron Fists (1967)







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post Feb 21 2009, 05:22 PM


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James Bond Malaya......
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post Feb 22 2009, 12:42 AM


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he's that senate who tried to banned fabulos cat papa jahat track. haha tongue.gif
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QUOTE(grizzlyaddam @ Feb 22 2009, 12:42 AM)
he's that senate who tried to banned fabulos cat papa jahat track. haha tongue.gif
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jins imitate 007 brows.gif i have watch it back a decade ago. laugh.gif
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post Mar 13 2010, 12:10 AM


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This movie which was the malay version of James Bond,( similar to Dr No. Sean Connery ). In this movie, he drove a left-hand drive 1955 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Gullwing Coupe with a special license plate "JZ1" ( means Jefri Zain 1). This beautiful sports coupe had been specially imported for the making of this movie
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post Mar 13 2010, 12:32 AM


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RTM seems doesn't want to show these classics anymore sad.gif
Other channels jangan cakap lah.

Perhaps one day we'll see it again on Astro's History channel tongue.gif
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ini baru bond laugh.gif
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post Mar 13 2010, 03:57 PM


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They should show these shows on TV. But they would rather show P Ramlee than these. I mean these shows are pretty good also. I think those stupid censors are at work again. If the ladies not wearing kebaya then cannot show the film. What a dork!! C'mon la!!! The people back then was damn updated compared to now. I mean if last time they say conservative, nowdays its backwards. No skin?!?!?!
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Actually the past film is more open and sexist than today film.
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QUOTE(b3ta @ Mar 13 2010, 01:51 AM)


ini baru bond  laugh.gif
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gua sokong...mat bond...the real malaysian bond...hail Mat Sentul (also all his 'mat' movies...Mat Karung Guni, Mat Raja kapor, Mat Magik, etc...hehehe)
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post Mar 15 2010, 08:32 AM


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anyway to download this movie?
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post Mar 15 2010, 09:39 AM


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aku xpaham sgt crite2 mat sentul ni
lawak dia pun xleh nak masuk kepala
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QUOTE(malayneum @ Mar 15 2010, 08:32 AM)
anyway to download this movie?
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http://rapidsharefilemmelayuretro.blogspot.com/
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post Mar 15 2010, 03:34 PM


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HangPC2, thanks for the site. Jurang Bahaya (1968) looks fun
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unfortunately can't find agen wanita 001
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Jefri Zain strikes again



Back in my review of Gerak Kilat -- the film that introduced us to Jefri Zain, Singapore's answer to James Bond -- I mentioned that there were at least two subsequent Jefri Zain movies that I knew of. Those would be 1968's Bayangan Ajal (or, as the credits read, "Jefri Zain dalam Bayangan Ajal") and 1969's Jurang Baraya (ditto). Now that I've seen both of those movies, I know that they are simply the Malaysian language versions of the Lo We helmed Shaw Brothers spy films Summons to Death and The Angel Strikes Back, only with actor Jins Shamsuddin as Jefri Zain standing in for the characters that Tang Ching played in the Mandarin versions. In addition, we have Singapore-born actress Landi Chang stepping in as the leading lady in both films, replacing Tina Chin Fei in the case of Bayangan Ajal/Summons to Death and Lily Ho in the case of the second film.

From the screen grab comparisons below, you'll see that both the Malay and Mandarin versions of these films were shot alongside one another, using the same sets, costumes and camera set-ups. Only some slight changes were made to cater to different local sensibilities, like, for instance, the more conservative swimwear that we see Landi Chan sporting.



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Another notable change, in the case of Bayangan Ajal/Summons to Death, is that, while Fanny Fan appears in both versions (along with much of the supporting cast -- not to mention much of the actual footage -- from the Mandarin version), her fanny itself, bared in the Mandarin version, remains covered for the benefit of the Malay speaking audience. And let me clarify for you Brits that when I say "fanny" I mean "bum"; the Shaws may have been getting increasingly risqué as the 60s progressed, but there were still limits.

Watching both versions of these films provided an interesting window into the shrewd economics of Shaws "factory" approach to filmmaking. Here they were not only expanding the potential market for one of their properties, but also, at the same time, adding to an existing franchise at little extra cost (and providing the Zain series with a noticeable boost in on-screen production value in the bargain). You'd think that the logistics involved would be mindboggling. Its easy to imagine one set of actors waiting in the wings while another set completed their shots, only to be then hustled in front of the camera to repeat the exact same shot but in a different language. I'd expect, however, that such a delicate dance, whatever it entailed, would have been no problem for the no-nonsense professionals involved, accustomed as they were to the rigors of churning out features on a day-in-day-out, production line basis.



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Mat Bond (1967)


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classic movie.. try to push for remake of this movie
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