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Year: 1964

Thai title: สมิงบ้านไร่
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Rating: 4/5
Director: Phan Kam

Main actor: Mitr Chaibancha,Prachuap Ruekyamdee,Phan Kam,Chao Klaewklong,Sukon Koewliam,Adul Dulyarat,Chanee Yotchai
Main actress: Petchara Chaowarat,Wilaiwan Watthanaphanit,Boosara Narumit

Thai movie สมิงบ้านไร่ was released in year 1964 and lasts 2h12mn. It was never released in Thailand. The movie was lost except a last copy of the film saved in Thai Film Archives. The original film is probably much longer as some sequences are missing due to damaged film. It was restored and shown in Thai Film Archives to mark the 50th anniversary of Mitr Chibancha's death. Thai Film Archives screened and dubbed the movie a few times on their premises and uploaded it on YouTube in 2021 during the Covid 19 outbreak in Thailand. Movie director is Phan Kam. Ruffians are hitting an old man refusing their orders. Prachuap Ruekyamdee intervenes but gets outnumbered. Luckily, Saming (Mitr Chaibancha) chases the ruffians away. Nok Kiaw (Petchara Chaowarat), daughter of Mokasat (Phan Kam), and Saming love each other but they cannot marry as her father Mokasat despises Saming, protecting the villagers against ruffians. Mokasat uses his bad influence to get rich and always threatens villagers. Seua (Chao Klaewklong), working for Mokasat, wishes to get rid of Saming as he loves Nok Kiaw also. Saming cannot ask Nok Kiaw's hand as he needs to win for the sake of the villagers. It creates conflicts as Nok Kiaw cannot go against her own father's will. Won (Wilaiwan Watthanaphanit), being stepmother, has difficulty winning Nok Kiaw's heart. Nok Kiaw is upset as Prachuap lacked respect for her while being drunk. Saman (Adul Dulyarat) arrives in the village and ruffians confuse him with Prachuap. Nam Peung (Boosara Narumit) helps with Sukholiem and Bab. Mokasat and Seua try to prevent Saming and Nok Kiaw from meeting, but ruffians are outnumbered. Angry, Mokasat asks his ruffians to destroy crops. Mokasat forbids his daughter Nok Kiaw to meet Saming again. Saming is upset and keeps drinking. Lady Bab asks uncle Sukon Koewliam to deliver a letter from Saming to Nok Kiaw. Sukon Koewliam is captured and tortured by the ruffians. He escapes to death. Saming promises revenge. While going to visit Nok Kiaw, Saming is captured by ruffians. Mokasat decides to send her daughter far away from the village to ensure she cannot meet Saming anymore. Ruffians come to the bar again but face a Thai boxing champion. Mokasat is upset that Saming is raising villagers against him. He asks Seua to find a strong hitman to fight against Saming and his team. Seua hires his friend Seua Tim (Chanee Yotchai). Seua Tim and his men terrorise the villagers. Meanwhile Saming has no news about Nok Kiaw. Won brings Saming to meet Nok Kiaw. Nok Kiaw is pregnant. For the sake of his future child, Saming agrees to stop opposing to Mokasat. Saming and Mokasat cannot reach agreement. Mokasat sees Won with a baby. Nobody dares to tell him it is Nok Kiaw's child. He wrongly believes Won has a lover and chases her. As Won takes refuge in Saming's house, Mokasat believes Saming is the lover and decides to storm his home. Fighting and shooting happen between the two groups. Police arrive. Being outnumbered, ruffians flee. Seua shots Mokasat. Before dying, Mokasat informs Won who shot him. Meanwhile Seua lies to Nok Kiaw in order to convince her to follow him. Seua Tim intervenes and shots Seua. He brings Nok Kiaw in the mountain, but Saming, aware though Won, chases them. Through an epic final fight, Saming gets rid of Seua Tim. Finally, it is revealed that Prachuap, Saman and the Thai boxer are undercover policemen.

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