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Sultan Mahmud Mangkat Dijulang (1961)

Based on the royal and political events during the heyday of the Malacca Sultanate. A member of the Sultanate, Megat Datuk Seri Rama, successfully defeats a group of pirates, and rescues a ... See full summary »

Director:

K.M. Basker

Writer:

Ghani Salleh (story & screenplay)
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Cast

Credited cast:
M. Amin M. Amin ... Sultan Mahmud Shah
Nordin Ahmad Nordin Ahmad
Maria Menado Maria Menado ... Wan Anum
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ibrahim A.B. Ibrahim A.B.
Sabri Ahmad Sabri Ahmad
Yem Aminah Yem Aminah
Mak Dara Mak Dara
Sumantri Gazali Sumantri Gazali
Arshad Haji Arshad Haji
Mahmood June Mahmood June ... (as June Mahmood)
Mustapha Maarof Mustapha Maarof ... (as Maarof Mustapha)
Mariani Mariani
Shariff Medan Shariff Medan
Dollah Sarawak Dollah Sarawak ... (as Sarawak Dollah)
Siput Serawak Siput Serawak
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Based on the royal and political events during the heyday of the Malacca Sultanate. A member of the Sultanate, Megat Datuk Seri Rama, successfully defeats a group of pirates, and rescues a local beautiful woman in the process. The king, Sultan Mahmud, was delighted with his victory for his kingdom and promotes Megat Datuk Seri Rama to Rear Admiral Datuk. This leads to resentment and jealousy from another member of the court, Bija Tun Ali, especially after Rear Admiral Megat Datuk Seri Rama marries the woman he rescued. Bija Tun Ali then leads a conspiracy against him which ultimately leads to tragedy and upheaval in the kingdom. Written by mahajanssen

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Drama | History

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Country:

Singapore | Malaysia

Language:

Malay

Filming Locations:

Singapore

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Royal conspiracy lead to tragedy
21 August 2012 | by meliajanssenSee all my reviews

This movie is based on true events which wonderfully depicts a colourful and rich part of our Malay history. Unlike their European counterparts (i.e. Elizabeth I) the Malay rulers didn't have the education necessary and almost compulsory to rule a country. As such, they were vulnerable to their respective advisers which were all a matter of luck. This tragedy was mostly the cause of bad advice on the part of one of the advisers to the Sultan who was only out for revenge. The worst part was that being royalty usually meant you could get away with everything so a dispute about a fruit is seen as almost stupid in the eyes of present society. Thank god those days are over!


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