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Sin, Sang-ok, 1926-2006

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    • us: Shin, Sanʼoku, 1926-2006
    • us: Shin, Sōgyoku, 1926-2006
    • us: Shin, Sang-ok, 1926-2006
    • us: 申 相玉, 1926-2006
    • us: 신 상옥, 1926-2006
    • us: Sheen, Sang-ok, 1926-2006
    • us: Sheen, Simon, 1926-2006
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      • found: His Tora oji anhŭn milsa, 1984:t.p. (Sin Sang-ok) cover (b. 1926 in Hambuk Chʻŏngjin; motion picture producer and director)
      • found: Chʻoe, Ŭ.H. Choguk ŭn chŏ hanŭl chŏ mŏlli, 1988:t.p. (Sin Sang-ok) cover (b. 1926 in Hambuk Chʻŏngjin; motion picture producer and director)
      • found: Nishida, T. Kyokō, no eizō, 1988:p. 8 (r.) (Shin Sanʼoku ; jpn. romanization: Shin Sōgyoku)
      • found: Nan, yŏnghwa yŏtta, 2007:t.p. (Sin Sang-ok) jkt., etc. (b. 1926 in Hamgyŏng-pukto Chʻŏngjin; yŏnghwa kamdok; d. Apr. 11, 2006)
      • found: Yŏnghwa kamdok Sin Sang-ok, 2009:t.p. (신 상옥 = Sin Sang-ok; Sheen Sang-ok [in rom.]) pref. (b. 1926; d. 2006; movie director)
      • found: Split screen Korea, 2014:ECIP t.p. (Shin Sang-ok [in rom.])
      • found: Wikipedia, 08-21-2013:(Shin Sang-ok; b. October 18, 1926; d. April 11, 2006; was a prolific South Korean film producer and director, with more than 100 producer and 70 director credits; he is most famous for having been kidnapped in 1978 by the previous North Korean leader Kim Jong-il, along with his ex-wife, South Korean actress, Ch'oe, Ŭn-hŭ, for the purpose of producing critically acclaimed films; eventually escaped to the US; Shin worked in the US in the 1990s under the pseudonym Simon Sheen, directed 3 Ninjas Knuckle Up, and worked as an executive producer for 3 Ninjas Kick Back, and 3 Ninjas: High Noon at Mega Mountain; at first, Shin was reluctant to return to South Korea, because he feared that the government's security police would not believe the kidnapping story; he returned to South Korea permanently in 1994, and continued to work on new movies; his last movie as director is Kyeoul-iyagi (The Story of Winter) (2002, unreleased))
    • LC Classification

      • PL992.73.S15
    • Editorial Notes

      • [Machine-derived non-Latin script reference project.]
      • [Non-Latin script references not evaluated.]
    • Change Notes

      • 1986-05-12: new
      • 2014-11-22: revised
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