Director: P. Ramlee
Runtime: 104 minutes
Language: Malay with English subtitles
The bujang lapok (‘over-aged bachelors’) comic quadrilogy was produced by Shaw Brothers’ Malay Film Productions and directed by P. Ramlee between 1957-1961. The films feature the iconic recurring characters Ramli, Aziz and Sudin ( played by P. Ramlee, S. Shamsuddin and Aziz Sattar respectively) as they spread mischief and mayhem across a variety of scenarios.
In this second installation of the series, the trio enrols as disciples of silat master Mustar Pinang Sebatang. Though ill-disciplined and distracted by their affection for Mustar’s daughter’s Rose, they eventually band together to bravely fend off a group of thugs and even confront supernatural beings along the way!
Sinopsis: Siri empat filem kelakar tentang bujang lapok (‘bujang lanjut usia’) ini diterbitkan oleh Penerbitan Filem Melayu Shaw Brothers dan diarahkan oleh seniman agung P. Ramlee antara tahun 1957-1961. Filem-filem ini memaparkan watak ikonik yang muncul berulang kali – Ramli, Aziz dan Sudin (masing-masing dilakonkan oleh P. Ramlee, S. Shamsuddin dan Aziz Sattar) – yang menebarkan kenakalan dan huru-hara dalam pelbagai senario.
Dalam filem kedua siri ini, ketiga-tiga mereka menuntut ilmu daripada guru silat Pendekar Mustar Pinang Sebatang. Walaupun kurang berdisiplin dan perhatian mereka asyik terjejas dek tertawan kepada Rose anak dara Pendekar Mustar, mereka akhirnya bergabung tenaga untuk menangkis aksi jahat sekumpulan samseng dan juga berkesempatan bersemuka dengan makhluk ghaib!
* The screening of this film is supported by The Shaw Organisation Pte Ltd.
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