Thong Dee Fun Khao

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Thong Dee Fun Khao
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Thong Dee Fun Khao poster.
Directed by Bin Bunluerit
Produced bySomsak Techaratanaprasert
Tanit Jitnukul
Bin Bunluerit
Starring
  • Buakaw Banchamek
  • Sornsin Maneewan
  • Nantawut Boonrubsub
  • Vannapoom Songsuparp
  • Chutirada Junthit
  • Phutharit Prombandal
  • Jaran Ngamdee
Production
company
Bhin Boom Business Co.,Ltd.
Distributed by Sahamongkol Film International
Release date
Thailand:
9 February 2017
Running time
120 minutes
Country Thailand
Language Thai
Budget50 million baht

Thong Dee Fun Khao (Thai : ทองดีฟันขาว) is a 2017 Thai Action film, directed by Bin Bunluerit. [1]

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Plot

Action movie based on history “Thong Dee Fun Khao” (Also Known As Legend of the Broken Sword Hero) Tells the story of an indomitable determination, courage, loyalty, the importance of life. “Thong Dee Fun Khao” heart tough fighter with boxing ability and fate led him to be a loyal soldier of King Taksin the Great. And martyrs fight to defend the country to become a hero of the Thai people known “Phraya Phichai Dap Hak”.

Cast

Release

The film premiered on 9 February 2017 (Thailand)

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