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Thursday, August 5, 2010

Shaw Brother, KungFu Actors

The Shaw Brothers Studio (Chinese: 邵氏片場), owned by Shaw Brothers (HK) Ltd., was the foremost and the largest movie production company of Hong Kong movies.
From their distribution base in Singapore where they founded parent company Shaw Organization in 1924, and as a strategic development of their movie distribution business in Southeast Asia, Sir Run Run Shaw (邵逸夫) and his third brother Runme Shaw (邵仁枚) founded South Sea Film (南洋影片) in 1930. It was later renamed Shaw Brothers Studio. The studio released Hong Kong's first movie with sound 《白金龍》 (which translates as "platinum dragon", or one of the slang terms for a pistol) in 1934. 
links of list of movies:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Shaw_Brothers_films
scene from the two champions of shaolin
Lo Mang is a Hong Kong based veteran martial artist who was born as Lo Hin Lam in Hong Kong on 23 July 1956.[1] Primarily known for starring in Shaw Brothers kung fu movies in the latter part of the 1970s and beginning of the 1980s. He is a one part of the most famous venom club known as Venom Mob in 70s and 80s who were renowned for their martial arts and acting skills. 
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Lu Feng (Chinese:陆峰, (born 12 November 1981)) is a Chinese football midfielder, who currently plays for Henan Jianye in Chinese Super League.
 scene from the two champions of shaolin
Chiang Sheng was an martial art actor, one of the Venom Mob, renowed for their acrobatic and martial arts skills. He joined the Chang Cheh's Cohorts as an actor, and also worked with Chang Cheh as an assistant director and choreographer. Along with Alexander Fu Sheng, Chiang Sheng was one of the Chang Cheh's favourites.
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Philip Kwok (Chinese: 郭追; also known as Kuo Chui, Kwok Chui, Kwok Chun-Fung, or "# 4 Lizard" after one of his famous roles; born October 21, 1951) is a Hong Kong based actor and stuntman.
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Ti Lung (simplified Chinese: 狄龙; traditional Chinese: 狄龍; Mandarin Pinyin: Dí Lóng; Jyutping: Dik6 Lung4), or Dik Lung, is a Hong Kong actor.
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David Chiang Da-wei (simplified Chinese: 姜大卫; traditional Chinese: 姜大衛; Mandarin Pinyin: Jiāng Dàwèi; Jyutping: Keung1 Dai6 Wai6; born 29 June 1947 in Suzhou, Jiangsu) is a Hong Kong actor.
 scene from the disciple of shaolin
Alexander Fu Sheng (simplified Chinese: 傅声; traditional Chinese: 傅聲; pinyin: Fù Shēng) (20 October 1954 - 7 July 1983) (born as Chang Fu-Sheng, 張富聲)[1] was a major Hong Kong martial arts film star in the 1970s.
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Jackie Chan, SBS, MBE [1] (born Chan Kong-sang, 陳港生; 7 April 1954) is a Hong Kong [2] actor, action choreographer, filmmaker, comedian, director, producer, martial artist, screenwriter, entrepreneur, singer and stunt performer.
 scene from the shaolin martial arts
Gordon Liu (劉家輝; Lau Kar-Fai; pinyin: Liu Jiahui, formerly spelled Liu Chia-Hui, birth name Xian Jinxi; born November 30, 1955) is a Chinese martial arts film actor.
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Yuen Biao (born 26 July 1957) is a Hong Kong actor, martial artist. He specialises in acrobatics and Chinese martial arts and has worked on over 80 films as actor, stuntman and action choreographer. Along with Peking Opera School "brothers" at the China Drama Academy, Sammo Hung and Jackie Chan, he was one of the Seven Little Fortunes.
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Sammo Hung (born January 7, 1952) is a Hong Kong actor, martial artist, producer and director, known for his work in many kung fu films and Hong Kong action cinema. He has been a fight choreographer for, amongst others, Jackie Chan, King Hu, and John Woo.
 scene from the kung fu cult master
Li Lian Jie (born April 26, 1963), better known by his stage name Jet Li, is a Chinese martial artist, actor, film producer, wushu champion, and international film star who was born in Beijing, China, and who has currently taken up Singapore citizenship.
 scene from the big boss
Bruce Lee (Chinese: 李小龍; pinyin: Lǐ Xiăolóng, born Lee Jun-fan (Chinese: 李振藩; pinyin: Lǐ Zhènfān); 27 November 1940 – 20 July 1973) was a Chinese American[2] actor,[3] martial arts instructor,[4] philosopher, film director, film producer, screenwriter, and founder of the Jeet Kune Do martial arts movement. He is considered one of the most influential martial artists of the 20th century, and a cultural icon.[5]
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A Cantonese actor born in 1950 as Wu Dong-wai, Chi graduated from Sam Yuk Middle School. Trained in martial arts since childhood, he signed up for the acting course at the Cathay Studio. After winning first place at the "Manhood Competition" held by the Chiang Jiang Film Company, Chi joined Shaw Brothers in the same year. 
That's all.. i really love to watch kung fu.. specially where they are in the movies.. thank you to all of you that supporting the kung fu martial arts.
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