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Rainbow Connections (1980) (DVD) (Ep. 1-13) (To Be Continued) (Digitally Remastered) (ATV Drama) (Hong Kong Version)Newark File (1981) (DVD) (Ep. 1-10) (End) (Digitally Remastered) (ATV Drama) (Hong Kong Version)Fatherland (II) - Radical City (1980) (DVD) (Ep. 1-11) (To Be Continued) (ATV Drama) (Hong Kong Version)
  • Rainbow Connections (1980) (DVD) (Ep. 1-13) (To Be Continued) (Digitally Remastered) (ATV Drama) (Hong Kong Version) DVD Region All Ngok Wah (Actor) | Candice Yu (Actor) | Kenneth Tsang (Actor) | Ricky Lau (Actor)
    Aired on Hong Kong's RTV (later ATV) in 1980, the classic romantic melodrama Rainbow Connections starring Candice Yu and Ricky Lau connects two generations of love and hate. In 1950, Nie Feng (Leung Tin) and Song Zi Yun (Cheung Ying) are partners in the jade business, but the two turn against each other over a woman, Qiu Chao Feng (Wang Lai). After Nie Feng and Qiu Chao Feng get together, Song Zi Yun buys out Nie Feng's business stake. In the end, the piece of rock that they had previously acquired turns out to be a valuable jade deposit. Song Zi Yun becomes rich overnight, while Nie Feng struggles to get by. Eventually, Chao Feng leaves Nie Feng for Song Zi Yun. Three decades later in 1980, Song Zi Yun has become one of Hong Kong's richest tycoons. Nie Feng lives in Thailand and continues to hold a grudge against Song Zi Yun for cheating him of his wealth and woman. The conflicts of the past are reawakened when Nie's daughter Xiao Qian (Candice Yu) and Song's son Xiao Ti (Ricky Lau) cross paths.
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  • Newark File (1981) (DVD) (Ep. 1-10) (End) (Digitally Remastered) (ATV Drama) (Hong Kong Version) DVD Region All Cheung Ying | Paul Chu | Candice Yu | Bruce Liang
    Aired in 1981 on RTV (later ATV), the Hong Kong television classic Newark File has been digitally remastered for DVD release! The drama, set five years in the future, was groundbreaking at the time for its bold and controversial vision of a Hong Kong gripped by political conspiracy.

    In 1986, Legislative Council member Tam gets murdered as part of a spy organization's plan to frame the government and incite social unrest. At the site of the shooting, photographer Chin (Candice Yu) takes pictures of several witnesses, and these key witnesses also soon get murdered. Prosecutor Kong ({Paul Chu) is appointed to chair the special investigative committee for the case. In the course of the investigation, he discovers the murders seem to be related to David Wong (Cheung Ying), the deputy chief of the Security Bureau.

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  • Fatherland (II) - Radical City (1980) (DVD) (Ep. 1-11) (To Be Continued) (ATV Drama) (Hong Kong Version) DVD Region All Michelle Yim (Actor) | Damian Lau (Actor) | Ricky Lau (Actor) | Poon Chi Man (Actor)
    ATV's Fatherland is the station's most classic drama from the RTV years, even beating out TVB in the ratings battle when it started airing in 1980. Fatherland was broadcast in three installments - Home on the River Pearl, Radical City, and American Dream - offering a sweeping depiction of Chinese modern history from the commoner's perspective. After the rural toils of Home on the River Pearl, the second chapter in the series, Radical City, shifts focus to the turbulent passion and politics of Beijing from 1919 to 1920, covering the May 4th Movement to the Zhili-Anhui War. The Republic of China comes of age amidst the power struggle among the Beijing cliques, the breakdown between the north and the south, and the rising clamor of university movements. Top idols of the day Michelle Yim and Damian Lau star as idealistic student revolutionaries whose lives are upturned by the times, and Poon Chi Man portrays a southern delegate who travels to Beijing to carry out dialogue with the government.
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