Song of Tomorrow (1967)

10/12/1967 (HK) DramaRomance 1h 31m
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Ivy Ling Po was at the height of her fame in traditional Huangmei Opera films -- and chiefly as a male impersonator -- when she radically changed her image, taking on an ultra-contemporary semi-musical role in Song Of Tomorrow. Ivy plays a dance hostess and leading man Chiao Chuang is a jazz drummer, but with a difference. Chiao is a heroin addict, and Ivy learns that heroin is a far more lethal adversary than "the other woman" when trying to keep their marriage intact.

  1. Doe Ching

    Director, Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Ivy Ling Po

    Ivy Ling Po

    Su Ling

  2. Kiu Chong

    Jiang Song Ping

  3. Chin Han

    Chin Han

    Yu Ming

  4. Shen Yi

    Bai Lu

  5. Lui Ming

    David Zhu

  6. Chen Hung-Lieh

    Chen Hung-Lieh

    Xiao Ding

  7. Tien Shun

    Manager Chan

  8. Ma Hsiao-Nung

    Ma Hsiao-Nung

    Ling's mother

  9. Wei Ping-ao

    TV host

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Original Title 明日之歌

Status Released

Original Language Chinese

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