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  • Chang Cheh - Wikipedia

    Chang Cheh (pinyin: Zhāng Chè; February 10, 1923 – June 22, 2002) was a Chinese film director. He directed such films as Five Deadly Venoms, the Brave Archer ...

  • Cheh Chang - IMDb

    Cheh Chang, Director: Wu du. Chang Cheh was the leading Martial Arts director in Hong Kong in the 1970s, now with close to 100 films to his name. His has influenced ...

  • Chang Cheh | Chang Cheh Book | Buy Now | at Mighty Ape NZ

    Buy Chang Cheh by Chang Cheh at Mighty Ape NZ. In the Memoir, the late director Chang Cheh (1924-2002) unveils to the readers his rarely known childhood, his aspired ...

  • Za ji wang ming dui (1979) - IMDb

    Directed by Cheh Chang. With Phillip Chung-Fung Kwok, Feng Lu, Sheng Chiang, Chien Sun. The heroes pose as gun dealers and acrobats in order to get close ...

  • That Man In Chang An 1967 - YouTube

    That Man In Chang An 1967,Celestial Pictures,Chang An,Chang Cheh,Shaw Brothers,Swordsman,Trailer,Shaw,That Man,Man,Chang

  • Chang Cheh: Movies & TV

    Chang Cheh. Runtime: 1 hr 40 mins. Previous Page 1 2 3... 17 Next Page. Show results for. Any Department; Movies & TV; Movies; TV; Refine by. Format

  • Shanghai 13 - Wikipedia

    Shanghai 13, also known as The Shanghai Thirteen, is a 1984 Hong Kong-Taiwanese martial arts film written and directed by Chang Cheh and starring an ensemble cast of ...

  • Chang Cheh - Home | Facebook

    Chang Cheh. Chang Cheh (February 10, 1923 – June 22, 2002) was Shaw Brothers Studio's best known and most prolific film director, with such films as the...

  • Chang Cheh • Great Director profile • Senses of Cinema

    Endnotes. Later in his career, almost all of Chang’s films were written or co-written by I Kuang, “undoubtedly the most prolific writer at work [in 1980] in the ...

  • Chang Cheh: the Godfather of the Kung Fu Film -- the Site

    Chang Cheh, director of THE FIVE DEADLY VENOMS, was the most prolific of all the Shaw Brothers martial arts film directors.

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