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(Video) Did You Know? These 5 P. Ramlee’s Films Did Not Make It To Television!

If homeland artist got mentioned, certainly many who admire this particular artist that is none other than Tan Sri P.Ramlee talents which had a big impact on the film industry, music, and Malay songs up until to this day. This legendary actor has left a superior culture and it is unlikely that any other art activist can match him who has produced products like five stars.

Due to his contributions to the film and music industry and his literary work, which began with his acting debut in Singapore in 1948, to the height of his career and then later moving to Malaysia in 1964 to his decline and death, he is regarded as a prominent icon of Malay entertainment. Little did many people in this whole wide world know. there are also some of his creations, his films specifically did not really make it to television for the view of many people.

@kakeemovie5 filem Tan Sri P Ramlee yg tak pernah keluar di kaca TV @japentv #fypシ #JomChill #ChillWithTiktok #movierecommendation #Pramlee #MalaysiaPrihatin

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1) Bakti (1950)

This particular film called Bakti was produced in the year of 1950. It features P.Ramlee as a hero for the very first time. The reason why this film never made it to television is that the original recording of the film has gone missing in the studio specifically located in Jalan Ampas, Singapore.

2 Gelora (1970)

This film was made in the year 1970 and P.Ramlee worked together with Sarimah in it. This film did not make it to the television is because there was some intimate scene in the film and they are not suitable for public viewing.

3) Sabarudin Tukang Kasut (1966)

The film was made in the year 1966. This film brings a comedy genre in it. At that time, this film contains a lot of sharp satire towards the authorities. Other than that, the quality of the audio and also visual of the film is also the reason why this film did not make it to television.

4) Melanchong ka-Tokyo (1964)

This is the very first Malay film that the recording took place in Tokyo. According to the source, the master of this particular film has been destroyed during the big flood incident in Jalan Ampas Studio in the year 1966.

5) Sitora Harimau Jadian (1964)

This is the first film directed by P.Ramlee after migrated from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur and it is supposed to bring the Horror genre to the film. A copy of this film is also believed to be missing.

Sources: TikTok kakeemovie.

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