The Wild, Wild Rose

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The Wild, Wild Rose (simplified Chinese: 野玫瑰之恋; traditional Chinese: 野玫瑰之戀; pinyin: yě méiguī zhī liàn) is a 1960 Hong Kong film directed by Wang Tian-lin. The plot and the songs' melodies are derived from the opera Carmen.

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