Anymore TVB footage between 1970-1973?

Anymore TVB footage between 1970-1973?

Suraj
Suraj

September 22nd, 2016, 6:44 am #1

In the post of Bruce Lee's TVB appearances, there are quite a number of TVB EYT shows clearly show that 1972 EYTs are not destroyed. Are there any more similar footage of that era that show they exist?
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Big John
Big John

September 23rd, 2016, 1:18 am #2

They will release by now if there's more.
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LJF
Joined: December 6th, 2014, 3:05 am

September 24th, 2016, 7:12 am #3

In the post of Bruce Lee's TVB appearances, there are quite a number of TVB EYT shows clearly show that 1972 EYTs are not destroyed. Are there any more similar footage of that era that show they exist?
Don’t be so sure to say ‘NO’. I just spoke to Michael Hui, HK famous comedian and the host who interviewed Bruce on Apr 9th, 70’s EYT show. He said all the footage of “The Hui Brothers’ Show” (1971-1973) exist and some had been digitally re-mastered and released in DVD 3 years ago. It’s a popular TV show which starred Michael Hui and his younger brother, Sam Hui. If this footage exists, do you think TVB will be so foolish to destroy all Bruce’s footage of the same era?

By the way, I got to ask Michael Hui whether Bruce had appeared in this show as some HK magazines mentioned Bruce’s name among those stars that made appearances in this show. Unfortunately, Michael Hui says Bruce didn't, though he wished Bruce, his ex-La Salle schoolmate, would have appeared in his show.


About “The Hui Brothers’ Show”
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In early 1971, a program called “The Hui Brothers’ Show,” written and directed by Selina Leong Suk-yi was produced and shown over TVB. It was a mixture of comedy and popular music, which was inspired by a U.S. TV program, called “Laugh In.” However, because of cultural and linguistic differences, only the concept and form of the original were replicated, while the contents were totally localized. The Hui Brothers’ Show was hugely popular among young people and families. The show lasted 2 years until early 1973 and after that, the Hui’s brothers began to focus on their movie careers.

“The Hui Brothers’ Show” DVD: http://www.yesasia.com/global/hui-broth ... /info.html


Below are some footage of “The Hui Brothers’ Show” (Sorry, only Cantonese dialogue with some English songs sung by Sam Hui):


Part 1: 1971 “The Hui Brothers’ Show”



Part 2: 1971 “The Hui Brothers’ Show”



Part 3: 1972 “The Hui Brothers’ Show”



Part 4: 1972 “The Hui Brothers’ Show”



Part 5: 1972 “The Hui Brothers’ Show”



Part 6: 1972 “The Hui Brothers’ Show”



Part 7: 1973 “The Hui Brothers’ Show”


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September 24th, 2016, 10:20 am #4

Wow, weekend morning always got great surprises!

It's the first time I see Michael Hui and Sam Hui in this TVB's comedy and my gosh, it's from the same era as Lee's TVB footage.
Agreed, if this footage has been well-preserved by TVB, why would TVB destroy Lee's precious footage? Makes no sense at all.

Thanks again, mate!
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JBLF
JBLF

September 24th, 2016, 2:00 pm #5

Don’t be so sure to say ‘NO’. I just spoke to Michael Hui, HK famous comedian and the host who interviewed Bruce on Apr 9th, 70’s EYT show. He said all the footage of “The Hui Brothers’ Show” (1971-1973) exist and some had been digitally re-mastered and released in DVD 3 years ago. It’s a popular TV show which starred Michael Hui and his younger brother, Sam Hui. If this footage exists, do you think TVB will be so foolish to destroy all Bruce’s footage of the same era?

By the way, I got to ask Michael Hui whether Bruce had appeared in this show as some HK magazines mentioned Bruce’s name among those stars that made appearances in this show. Unfortunately, Michael Hui says Bruce didn't, though he wished Bruce, his ex-La Salle schoolmate, would have appeared in his show.


About “The Hui Brothers’ Show”
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In early 1971, a program called “The Hui Brothers’ Show,” written and directed by Selina Leong Suk-yi was produced and shown over TVB. It was a mixture of comedy and popular music, which was inspired by a U.S. TV program, called “Laugh In.” However, because of cultural and linguistic differences, only the concept and form of the original were replicated, while the contents were totally localized. The Hui Brothers’ Show was hugely popular among young people and families. The show lasted 2 years until early 1973 and after that, the Hui’s brothers began to focus on their movie careers.

“The Hui Brothers’ Show” DVD: http://www.yesasia.com/global/hui-broth ... /info.html


Below are some footage of “The Hui Brothers’ Show” (Sorry, only Cantonese dialogue with some English songs sung by Sam Hui):


Part 1: 1971 “The Hui Brothers’ Show”



Part 2: 1971 “The Hui Brothers’ Show”



Part 3: 1972 “The Hui Brothers’ Show”



Part 4: 1972 “The Hui Brothers’ Show”



Part 5: 1972 “The Hui Brothers’ Show”



Part 6: 1972 “The Hui Brothers’ Show”



Part 7: 1973 “The Hui Brothers’ Show”

You can to forget to see someday the TVB's footage. Footage has been released already but the part of Bruce has been deleted. Money talks. It's my opinion.
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September 24th, 2016, 2:26 pm #6

Don’t be so sure to say ‘NO’. I just spoke to Michael Hui, HK famous comedian and the host who interviewed Bruce on Apr 9th, 70’s EYT show. He said all the footage of “The Hui Brothers’ Show” (1971-1973) exist and some had been digitally re-mastered and released in DVD 3 years ago. It’s a popular TV show which starred Michael Hui and his younger brother, Sam Hui. If this footage exists, do you think TVB will be so foolish to destroy all Bruce’s footage of the same era?

By the way, I got to ask Michael Hui whether Bruce had appeared in this show as some HK magazines mentioned Bruce’s name among those stars that made appearances in this show. Unfortunately, Michael Hui says Bruce didn't, though he wished Bruce, his ex-La Salle schoolmate, would have appeared in his show.


About “The Hui Brothers’ Show”
=========================
In early 1971, a program called “The Hui Brothers’ Show,” written and directed by Selina Leong Suk-yi was produced and shown over TVB. It was a mixture of comedy and popular music, which was inspired by a U.S. TV program, called “Laugh In.” However, because of cultural and linguistic differences, only the concept and form of the original were replicated, while the contents were totally localized. The Hui Brothers’ Show was hugely popular among young people and families. The show lasted 2 years until early 1973 and after that, the Hui’s brothers began to focus on their movie careers.

“The Hui Brothers’ Show” DVD: http://www.yesasia.com/global/hui-broth ... /info.html


Below are some footage of “The Hui Brothers’ Show” (Sorry, only Cantonese dialogue with some English songs sung by Sam Hui):


Part 1: 1971 “The Hui Brothers’ Show”



Part 2: 1971 “The Hui Brothers’ Show”



Part 3: 1972 “The Hui Brothers’ Show”



Part 4: 1972 “The Hui Brothers’ Show”



Part 5: 1972 “The Hui Brothers’ Show”



Part 6: 1972 “The Hui Brothers’ Show”



Part 7: 1973 “The Hui Brothers’ Show”

Another great findings on the early 70s TVB footage.

Didn't know Michael Hui was Bruce Lee's La Salle College schoolmates.

If there's chance, would like to hear his memory of Bruce Lee.
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Robert
Robert

September 24th, 2016, 4:26 pm #7

Wasn't Michael Hui's brother, Sam Hui, a good friend of Lee? His wife, Rebecca Hui was a Filipino American and was a good friend of Linda too. She accompanied Linda back to the U.S. with Lee's coffin in 1973.
I remembered Shannon was the guest of honor in Sam Hui's HK concert few years ago. Sam Hui imitated Lee and wore the same long brown leather coat just like Bruce first appearance in TVB. Both Sam and Shannon sang together, just like father and daughter.

It would be nice to hear from Michael Hui speaking on Lee too.

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Chris
Chris

September 24th, 2016, 5:14 pm #8

Don’t be so sure to say ‘NO’. I just spoke to Michael Hui, HK famous comedian and the host who interviewed Bruce on Apr 9th, 70’s EYT show. He said all the footage of “The Hui Brothers’ Show” (1971-1973) exist and some had been digitally re-mastered and released in DVD 3 years ago. It’s a popular TV show which starred Michael Hui and his younger brother, Sam Hui. If this footage exists, do you think TVB will be so foolish to destroy all Bruce’s footage of the same era?

By the way, I got to ask Michael Hui whether Bruce had appeared in this show as some HK magazines mentioned Bruce’s name among those stars that made appearances in this show. Unfortunately, Michael Hui says Bruce didn't, though he wished Bruce, his ex-La Salle schoolmate, would have appeared in his show.


About “The Hui Brothers’ Show”
=========================
In early 1971, a program called “The Hui Brothers’ Show,” written and directed by Selina Leong Suk-yi was produced and shown over TVB. It was a mixture of comedy and popular music, which was inspired by a U.S. TV program, called “Laugh In.” However, because of cultural and linguistic differences, only the concept and form of the original were replicated, while the contents were totally localized. The Hui Brothers’ Show was hugely popular among young people and families. The show lasted 2 years until early 1973 and after that, the Hui’s brothers began to focus on their movie careers.

“The Hui Brothers’ Show” DVD: http://www.yesasia.com/global/hui-broth ... /info.html


Below are some footage of “The Hui Brothers’ Show” (Sorry, only Cantonese dialogue with some English songs sung by Sam Hui):


Part 1: 1971 “The Hui Brothers’ Show”



Part 2: 1971 “The Hui Brothers’ Show”



Part 3: 1972 “The Hui Brothers’ Show”



Part 4: 1972 “The Hui Brothers’ Show”



Part 5: 1972 “The Hui Brothers’ Show”



Part 6: 1972 “The Hui Brothers’ Show”



Part 7: 1973 “The Hui Brothers’ Show”

A weekend delight. Seeing this means no more wishful thinking of the existence of Bruce's TVB footage.

The truth is really out there.
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JB
JB

September 25th, 2016, 1:26 am #9

You can to forget to see someday the TVB's footage. Footage has been released already but the part of Bruce has been deleted. Money talks. It's my opinion.
Not only money, copyrights, selfishness, politics etc. also play a part. Shame...
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Suraj
Suraj

September 25th, 2016, 7:01 am #10

Don’t be so sure to say ‘NO’. I just spoke to Michael Hui, HK famous comedian and the host who interviewed Bruce on Apr 9th, 70’s EYT show. He said all the footage of “The Hui Brothers’ Show” (1971-1973) exist and some had been digitally re-mastered and released in DVD 3 years ago. It’s a popular TV show which starred Michael Hui and his younger brother, Sam Hui. If this footage exists, do you think TVB will be so foolish to destroy all Bruce’s footage of the same era?

By the way, I got to ask Michael Hui whether Bruce had appeared in this show as some HK magazines mentioned Bruce’s name among those stars that made appearances in this show. Unfortunately, Michael Hui says Bruce didn't, though he wished Bruce, his ex-La Salle schoolmate, would have appeared in his show.


About “The Hui Brothers’ Show”
=========================
In early 1971, a program called “The Hui Brothers’ Show,” written and directed by Selina Leong Suk-yi was produced and shown over TVB. It was a mixture of comedy and popular music, which was inspired by a U.S. TV program, called “Laugh In.” However, because of cultural and linguistic differences, only the concept and form of the original were replicated, while the contents were totally localized. The Hui Brothers’ Show was hugely popular among young people and families. The show lasted 2 years until early 1973 and after that, the Hui’s brothers began to focus on their movie careers.

“The Hui Brothers’ Show” DVD: http://www.yesasia.com/global/hui-broth ... /info.html


Below are some footage of “The Hui Brothers’ Show” (Sorry, only Cantonese dialogue with some English songs sung by Sam Hui):


Part 1: 1971 “The Hui Brothers’ Show”



Part 2: 1971 “The Hui Brothers’ Show”



Part 3: 1972 “The Hui Brothers’ Show”



Part 4: 1972 “The Hui Brothers’ Show”



Part 5: 1972 “The Hui Brothers’ Show”



Part 6: 1972 “The Hui Brothers’ Show”



Part 7: 1973 “The Hui Brothers’ Show”

Great!Thanks for the reply, LJF.
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