Theatrical poster for Deaf Sam-yong (1964)
|Directed by||Shin Sang-ok|
|Produced by||Shin Sang-ok|
|Screenplay by||Kim Kang-yoon|
|Based on||Beongeori Samryong
by Na Do-hyang
|Music by||Jeong Yoon-joo|
|Editing by||Oh Seong-hwan|
|Running time||86 minutes|
Deaf Sam-yong (Korean: 벙어리 삼룡; Beongeori Samryong) is a 1964 South Korean drama film directed, produced by Shin Sang-ok, based on the 1925 short story of the sama title by Na Do-hyang. It was chosen as Best Film at the Grand Bell Awards. The film was also selected as the South Korean entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 37th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.
Story of a deaf farmhand who is in love with the landlord's daughter-in-law.
- "Deaf Samryongi ( Beongeori Samryongi )(1964)". KMDb Korean Movie Database. Retrieved 09-04-28.
- Lee Young-il, Richard Lynn Greever, tr. (1988). The History of Korean Cinema. Seoul: Motion Picture Promotion Corporation. pp. 5–278. ISBN 88095-12-X Check
- "Grand Bell Awards, South Korea". Internet Movie Database. Retrieved 09-04-26.
- "Deaf Samryongi ( Beongeori Samryongi )(1964)" (in Korean). KMDb Korean Movie Database. Retrieved 09-04-26.
- Margaret Herrick Library, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences
- Synopsis based on "Deaf Samryongi ( Beongeori Samryongi )(1964)". KMDb Korean Movie Database. Retrieved 09-04-28.
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