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옛날 옛적 에 훠어이 훠이 / 제작, 삼영 필름 (주) ; 각본, 김 지헌 ; 감독, 유 현목.
Yennal yetchŏk e hwŏŏi hwŏi / chejak, Samyŏng P'illm ; kakpon, Kim Chi-hŏn ; kamdok, Yu Hyŏn-mok.
[Sŏul] : Esŭem Sŭk'ŭrin, 2009.
[서울] : 에스엠 스크린, 2009.
1 videodisc (77 min.) : sound, black and white ; 4 3/4 in.
Yu, Hyŏn-mok, 1925-2009
유 현목, 1925-2009
Kim, Chi-hŏn, 1930-
김 지헌, 1930-
Paek, Il-sŏp, 1944-
백 일섭, 1944-
Pak, Chŏng-ja (Actor)
박 정자 (Actor)
Samyŏng P'illŭm (Firm)
삼영 필름 (Firm)
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Han'guk yŏnghwa masŭt'ŏp'isŭ k'ŏlleksyŏn
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한국 영화 마스터피스 컬렉션.
[More in this series]
한국 영화 마스터피스컬렉션
4 3/4 in.
After the three kingdoms were unified by Shilla, during the time of King Mun-mu, the people are panic-stricken after three years of drought and they suffer under the torments of Tang soldiers. Ah Sa-dal and Se Oh-nyeo, a couple, live in a mountain village and burns charcoal. One day, a rumor spreads that a fleet steed is crying. It is foretold that when a strong general is born, a fleet steed is born along with him. Fearing the birth of a general, the foreign enemy looks frantically for the child with the help of the government. It just happens that Oh-nyeo has given birth to a son. She fears for her baby when she learns that he is the general. Sa-dal learns of the truth and tries to kill the child but Oh-nyeo tries to stop him with her pathetic efforts. In the end, all three die and they go up to heaven riding on the fleet steed. -- KMDb.
Originally produced as a motion picture in 1978.
Based on the play of the same title by Ch'oe In-hun.
Based on the play of the same title by 최 인훈.
Camera, Chŏng Il-sŏng ; editor, Kim Chin-t'ae ; music, Ch'oe Ch'ang-gwŏn
Camera, 정 일성 ; editor, 김 진태 ; music, 최 창권.
For age 12 and older.
Paek Il-sŏp, Chŏng Hŭi, Chŏn Wŏn-ju, Pak Chŏng-ja.
백 일섭, 정 희, 전 원주, 박 정자.
English title known as
Once upon a long time ago
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