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Datuk Aziz Sattar is a Actor, Director and Scriptwriter Malaisien born on 8 august 1925

Datuk Aziz Sattar

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Birth name Abdul Aziz bin Sattar
Nationality Malaisie
Birth 8 august 1925
Death 6 may 2014 (at 88 years)

Datuk Aziz Sattar (8 August 1925 – 6 May 2014) was a Malaysian actor, comedian, singer and director who is mostly known for his roles in the black and white Malayan films of the 1950s and 1960s.

Biography

Datuk Aziz Sattar married three times. First was with Siti Rumina Ahmad and second with Dayang Sofiah, both of whom were divorced. On 16 December 2006, he married Hashimah Delan in a high-profile affair that was covered extensively by the Malaysian media.

Usually with

P. Ramlee
P. Ramlee
(9 films)
S. Shamsuddin
S. Shamsuddin
(10 films)
Run Run Shaw
Run Run Shaw
(3 films)
Saloma
Saloma
(3 films)
Source : Wikidata

Filmography of Datuk Aziz Sattar (13 films)

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Cicakman
Cicakman (2006)
, 1h47
Directed by KRU(Malaysian Boy Band)
Genres Science fiction, Comedy, Fantasy, Action
Themes Superhero films
Actors Mohd Saifulazam b. Mohammad Yusoff, Fasha Sandha, KRU(Malaysian Boy Band), Datuk Haji Aznil Nawawi, Dato' Jalaluddin Hassan, Datuk Aziz Sattar
Roles Menteri
Rating35% 1.7615051.7615051.7615051.7615051.761505
Hairi Yatim (Saiful Apek), is a loser who lives in Metrofulus. While working in the lab, he accidentally drinks coffee that has been contaminated by a virus-infected gecko (Virus 266). He soon finds himself doing the most insane things, such as sticking to walls, making chirping cicak noises and adding bugs to his menu. He turns to his best friend and apartment mate, Danny Yusry (Abdul Halim), and begs him to find the reason behind his strange antics.
Nasib Si Labu Labi
Directed by P. Ramlee
Genres Comedy, Musical
Themes Musical films, Buddy films
Actors P. Ramlee, S. Shamsuddin, Datuk Aziz Sattar, Saloma
Roles Tok Kadi
Rating76% 3.842843.842843.842843.842843.84284
Set sometime after the events of the previous film, Haji Bakhil's wife has died. Haji Bakhil is alone and depressed, but eventually meets a beautiful young woman named Murni, who is a teacher at a school for orphans. Haji Bakhil spends some time pursuing her, and his attention is apparently not unwelcome.
Labu and Labi
Directed by P. Ramlee
Genres Comedy, Musical, Romance
Themes Musical films, Buddy films
Actors P. Ramlee, Saloma, Datuk Aziz Sattar, Sarimah
Roles himself
Rating82% 4.1299854.1299854.1299854.1299854.129985
Labu (Mohd. Zain) and Labi (P. Ramlee) are servants in the household of Haji Bakhil, a miserly old man with a loyal wife and a beautiful daughter (Mariani). Both Labu and Labi are constantly scolded, insulted and forced to do the traditional school punishment ketok-ketampi by the grouchy Haji Bakhil. The two bear the ill-treatment and continue working there without complaint because they are both secretly in love with his daughter, Manisah.
Ali Baba in Burlesque
Directed by P. Ramlee
Origin Singapore
Genres Comedy, Musical
Themes Musical films
Actors Datuk Aziz Sattar, P. Ramlee, S. Shamsuddin, Sarimah
Roles Ali Baba
Rating78% 3.9431453.9431453.9431453.9431453.943145
Ali Baba (Aziz Sattar) is a poor man who cannot succeed in life. He constantly sends his wife to his brother Kassim Baba's house to borrow flour so they can eat, but the stingy Kassim Baba (S. Shamsuddin) is frustrated at his brother and constantly reminds his wife, Aloyah, of Ali Baba's uselessness. When Aloyah comes to ask for flour for the umpteenth time, Kassim Baba loses his temper and lashes out at her sending her home in tears. She blames Ali Baba for putting her in the situation and blames him for not making an effort to seek a job. Ali Baba finally relents and goes out into the woods to gather firewood where he chances upon a group of 40 thieves marching through the woods carrying loot and treasures. He hides in a tree and watches their leader (P. Ramlee) stand in front of a cave and sings a verse of seemingly nonsensical words (niat ingsun matek aji semar ngising, actually a Javanese language poem) which causes an entrance to the cave to open. Ali Baba waits until the thieves have all left the cave before coming out of the tree and using the magic words to open the cave. Inside, he discovers a variety of riches and wealth, but only takes a box of gold coins.
The Nitwit Movie Stars
Directed by P. Ramlee
Genres Comedy, Musical
Themes Musical films
Actors Datuk Aziz Sattar, P. Ramlee, Saloma, S. Shamsuddin
Roles Aziz
Rating74% 3.74833.74833.74833.74833.7483
The "bujang lapok" trio of Ramli, Sudin and Ajis go to Jalan Ampas Studio in Singapore in response to an open call audition. During their audition, they drive director Ahmad Nisfu crazy by forgetting their scripts and improvising with their own lines. However, the studio boss likes their natural comedic talent and tells the director that the trio are to be signed on for an oncoming film. The three of them are themselves taken by surprise but are nonetheless pleased at the outcome.
The Fortune-Telling of Pak Belalang
Directed by P. Ramlee
Origin Singapore
Genres Comedy, Musical
Themes Musical films
Actors P. Ramlee, S. Shamsuddin, Datuk Aziz Sattar
Roles Badan
Rating69% 3.466483.466483.466483.466483.46648
The films follows Pak Belalang, a lazy man who loathes hard work. He has a young son named Belalang, who is smarter and more hardworking than his father. During his way home from work one day, Belalang encounters two thieves, Badan and Nyawa, who were just on their way back from stealing two cows. Using his wits, he scares them away and takes the cows back with him. He tells his father about it who panics and tells him to return the cows to their rightful owners. Belalang retorts that without knowing who they were, they couldn't do the right thing even if they wanted to. He then suggests that he would go to the mayor's house to seek out the rightful owners who would presumably go to report the loss of their cows to the mayor. Belalang could then tell them to come and see Pak Belalang who could pretend to be psychic and tell them the cows' whereabouts. Pak Belalang agrees and all goes as planned with a reward in place for both of them.
The Three Bachelor Warriors
Directed by P. Ramlee
Origin Singapore
Genres Martial arts, Comedy, Musical, Martial arts
Themes Sports films, Martial arts films, Musical films
Actors S. Shamsuddin, Datuk Aziz Sattar, P. Ramlee
Roles Aziz
Rating78% 3.9050353.9050353.9050353.9050353.905035
Ramli, Ajis and Sudin are a trio of bujang lapok (worn-out bachelors) waiting at a jetty for a boat to arrive and lead them across the river. The boat company is owned by a rich man named Ahmad Nisfu, who employs thugs to run the business and keep the passengers "in line". The thugs only allow certain people to take the boats early, while others have to wait a long time. An old man called Pendekar (meaning "master" or "warrior") Mustar wants to cross the river, but he is ill-treated by the thugs. When he continues to insist to be allowed to cross the river, he is dragged away to be beaten up, but he defeats all the thugs thereby scaring the rest into letting him ride the boat he wants. After bearing witness to the damage done by the pendekar, the trio decide to follow him and become his students. They proceed to create chaos at the jetty so that the thugs may get distracted and they then use the boats to sail their way to Kampung Pinang Sebatang.
Worn Out Bachelors
Directed by P. Ramlee
Origin Singapore
Genres Comedy, Musical
Actors S. Shamsuddin, P. Ramlee, Datuk Aziz Sattar
Roles Aziz
Rating71% 3.5563353.5563353.5563353.5563353.556335
This film is about the lives of three bachelors and best friends Ramli, Aziz and Sudin ('bujang' means 'bachelor'). The three of them share a rented room in a house owned by a wealthy and beautiful widow, Cik Normah. Unlike most other landlords, she is a kind and friendly woman who helps them out wherever and whenever she can and who also secretly harbours affection for Ramli.
Hang Tuah
Hang Tuah (1956)

Directed by Phani Majumdar
Origin Singapore
Genres Action
Actors P. Ramlee, S. Shamsuddin, Datuk Aziz Sattar
Roles Hang Lekiu
Rating80% 4.000194.000194.000194.000194.00019
Hang Tuah and four of his best friends, Hang Jebat, Hang Kasturi, Hang Lekir and Hang Lekiu, while still teenagers have shown their heroism beating the pirates at sea. And as adults, as proposed by Hang Tuah, they went to Mount Ledang to study with Tok Guru Adi.

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