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Kong zhong xiao jie (1959)



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Credited cast:
Grace Chang ...
Lin Keping
Kelly Lai Chen ...
Li Wenbin (as Zhen Lei)
Lei Daying
Ying Ding
Feng Erh
Wah Fong ...
Huang Su
Shensheng Guo ...
Wei Hong ...
Keping's mother (as Mei Hung)
Hsiang Kao ...
Airplane Passenger
Man Lai ...
Airplane Passenger
Kun Li
Jeanette Lin Tsui ...
Jen-Ching Mi
Yu Pai
Hao Ren ...
Zhao Jun's Partner

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4 June 1959 (Hong Kong)  »

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Air Hostess  »

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The film negatives were processed in England because Hong Kong laboratories could not handle color films at that time. See more »


Referenced in Our Sister Mambo (2015) See more »


Miao yuan zhong sheng
Music by Min Yao
Lyrics by Wen Yi
Performed by Grace Chang
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Grace Chang Is Great
9 March 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Of the films I've seen so far with Grace Chang as the star, the only one that is better is "Mambo Girl". This movie is pretty much about three ladies in their early 20's who aspire to become Air Hostesses. It goes through the process of training and lightly touches on the personal lives of the ladies. Grace Chang has a smile that lights up the world and, as in the aforementioned "Mambo Girl" she is nothing short of beautiful. In showing you the job as a hostess, the film travels off lot to other parts of the world which, I'm positive, look very different nowadays. Grace sings in this film also, especially the song "Calypso", which I remember fondly from what I believe is Tsai Ming Liang's best film "The Hole". Althgough it has a few plot twists, its mostly a feel good film, and when Ms. Chang smiles, she is gorgeous. If its little fluffy, I like it more for it. Grace Chang will always be, and this film is a wonderful testament to her beauty and talent.

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