Do Re Mi (1966 film)
Do Re Mi is a 1966 Malaysian comedy film directed by and starring P. Ramlee. The concept was partly based on the idea of The Three Stooges with Ramlee playing the character Do. Its success led to two sequels, Nasib Do Re Mi (also 1966) and Laksamana Do Re Mi (1972), Ramlee's last film before his death.
|Do Re Mi|
|Directed by||P. Ramlee|
|Written by||P. Ramlee|
A. R. Tompel
A. R Tompel
A musical film that portrays three comical men whose adventures creates satirical laughter.
- P. Ramlee as Do
- A. R. Tompel as Re
- Ibrahim Din as Mi
- Wan Chik Daud as Milah
- Noran Nordin as Midah
- Rohaya Rahman as Minah
- Mahmud June as Do's father in-law
- Minah Hashim as Do's mother in-law
- Sharif Babu as Cetti
- Usman Eot as Debt Collector
- Bakar M as Landlord
- Idris Hashim as Rich Man
- A.K Jailani as Ahli Mesyuarat Tingkap
- Ahmad Dadida as Pak 'Jebon'
- Saloma as Buloh Inn's singer
- Karim Latiff as Buloh Inn's visitor
- Kai Khiun Liew, Stephen Teo Singapore Cinema: New Perspectives 2016 1317407482 p16 "Do Re Mi reprises the formula of cultural materialism, showing that it has hardly changed from the Bujang Lapok days (though P. Ramlee's character in Do Re Mi is actually married, he resorts to virtual bachelorhood in order to find a job, as if ..."
- Malaysia at Random 2009 -Editions Didier Millet 9814217956 p.103 "Bujang Lapok (Three Raggedy Bachelors, 1955) and the Do Re Mi series were based on The Three Stooges. "
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