Elliott Hong

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Elliott Hong
Born Hong Eui-Bong
South Korea
Occupation Director, producer, writer

Elliott Hong is a Korean American film director, producer and writer.[1]

Hong is best known as the director of the films They Call Me Bruce?,[2][3][4] The Retrievers,[5] Kill the Golden Goose[6] and the 1973 documentary Tears of Buddha.[7]



  1. ^ "Elliott Hong". The New York Times. 
  2. ^ F. Shepard, Richard (January 16, 1983). "KOREAN COMIC IN 'THEY CALL ME BRUCE'". The New York Times. 
  3. ^ Chicago-Sun Times
  4. ^ DVD Verdict
  5. ^ The New York Times
  6. ^ The New York Times
  7. ^ Eui Hong & Russ Kingston. Filming "Tears of Buddha". American Cinematographer, ASC Holding Corp., Vol. 54, No. 9, September 1973, Pgs. 1174–1176, 1199–1201, (MG)

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