The Kid Trailer

The Kid Trailer (1950)

31 May 1950 80 mins

A 10-year-old Bruce Lee stars as Kid Cheung, an orphan boy who sells comics in a little stall in the slums to survive. He and his two siblings are looked after by his Uncle Ho, a teacher. When the wealthy Hung Pak-ho surveys the slums to build a school for orphans, he is robbed by the vicious Blade Lee and his gang. Cheung helps Blade Lee escape and earns his friendship, but Uncle Ho convinces him to return the gold necklace Lee stole. Hung rewards Ho by hiring him as his private secretary.

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Crew

Fung Fung

Director

Fung Fung

Director

Po-Wan Yuen

Po-Wan Yuen Original Story

International Titles

Kid Cheung Trailer

My Son A-Chang Trailer

International Releases Dates

Hong Kong 31 May 1950

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