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三八新娘憨子婿 (1967)
Foolish Bride, Naive Bridegroom
Alias: Silly Wife, Foolish Husband
Origin: Taiwan
Language: Hokkien 
Genre: Romantic Comedy 
Release Date (Taiwan): 02/22/1967
  Hsin Chi
  Chen Hsiao-Pi
  Tai Huang Pien-Pien
  Chin Mei ... Kui-Ki
  Shih Chun ... Tio Bun-Tik
  Chin Tu ... Tio A-Kau (Father Tio)
  Yang Yueh-Fan ... Kui-Ki's mother
  Wang Ke ... Figting couple's man
  Su Chu ... Figting couple's wife
  Chou Wan-Sheng ... Carpenter A-Bok
  Chou Yu ... Kiok-Hue, carpenter's wife
  Huang Chun ... Selling coat couple's man
  Wu La-Yun ... Landlord
  Wu Fei-Song ... Water pipe controller
  Su Chin-Lung ... Rickshaw driver
  Ai Chi-San ... disturbed lover
  To Hsien ... Beggar
  Chen Lan ... Landlord's wife
  Ying Ying ... Tio's neighbour wife
  Chen Hsiao-Pi ... Police man
  Yeh Wen    
Production Company
  Yongda Film Company, Ltd.
Script Supervisor
  Tang Yu (4)
  Chen Chung-Hsin
Focus Puller
  Fang Huang-Sung
Best Boy
  Chang Hsien-Fang   Chen Chao-Yung   Lai Huo-Chuan
Lighting Team
  Lin Tien-Fa
  Chen Hsiao-Pi
  Nan Fang-Jen
Sound Recordist
  Lin Kun-Chi
  Huang Ssu-Shan
  Tai Chuan-Li
Production Manager
  Tai Chuan-Li
Production Assistant
  Mu Lang
Filming Location
  Bun-de (Wen-de in Mandarin, played by Shi Jun/Shih Chun) is a shy young man. Aggressively courted by all the girls in the neighbourhood, he only has eyes for the pretty and mischievous Gui-kia (Jin Mei/Chin Mei). She finds every means possible to meet up with her boyfriend, although he is closely watched over by a very protective father, A-Gao. When the parents finally agree on the wedding, they realise that they used to be in love. Accusing each other of betrayal, they refuse to allow their children to marry. Bunde and Gui-kia decide to elope. After a few months the young couple is in a dire situation and fighting all the time. They are eventually found by their parents and everyone gets happily married.