You couldn’t be a martial arts hero without honour and a moral code in this director’s eyes

//You couldn’t be a martial arts hero without honour and a moral code in this director’s eyes

You couldn’t be a martial arts hero without honour and a moral code in this director’s eyes

The prolific Lau Kar-leung, also known as Liu Chia-liang, who died in 2013, was a major contributor to Hong Kong filmmaking for 60 years, working as a martial arts choreographer, actor, and director. Lau choreographed 176 films, appeared in 215 films, and directed 25 of his own, including the classic The 36th Chamber of Shaolin . He choreographed, with long-time colleague Tong Kai, most of Chang Cheh’s earlier films, and directed the first kung fu comedy, 1975’s The Spiritual Boxer. Challenge…

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