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張英(4)
Chang Ying (2)  ♂
Aliases:  Cheung Ying (4)
Born: December 16th, 1919 - Died: 2013
 


 
Filmography (1949-1979)
 
  Producer (7 films)
    The Spring River Flows East (1965)    
    The King of Boxers (1972)    
    Prodigal Boxer (1972)    
    The Young Tiger (1973)    
    Wild Whirlwind (1974)    
    The Story of Chinese Gods (1975)    
    Immortal Warriors (1979)    
  Production Manager (9 films)
    When They Wake Up (1958)    
    Ku Nv Xun Qing Ji (1958)    
    The Cliff (1959)    
    Forever Wedding (1959)    
    The Best Secret Agent (1964)    
    Yi Nan Wang (1966)    
    The Best Secret Agent 4: Fake Couple (1966)    
    Yuan Zai Hua (1968)    
    Lovers Flee (1968)    
  Director (19 films)
    Happenings in Ali Shan (1949)    
    Little Lovers Escape (1957)    
    Tiger Woman (1960)    
    The Fantasy of Deer Warrior (1961)    
    Matchmaker Emperor (1962)    
    Green Peony (1962)    
    Drunken Monk (1962)    
    Qi Shi Po Xiao Dao Wang Si Cheng (1962)    
    The Best Secret Agent (1964)    
    The Best Secret Agent Part 2 (1964)    
    Zuogui Ye Fengliu (1965)    
    The Spring River Flows East (1965)    
    Geisha (1966)    
    The Best Secret Agent 4: Fake Couple (1966)    
    Saigon Out of War (1967)    
    Lovers Flee (1968)    
    Yuan Zai Hua (1968)    
    Love Debt (1969)    
    The 13 Styles Strike (1979)    
  Props (1 film)
    Yuan Zai Hua (1968)    
  Presenter (5 films)
    Secret Agent 001 (1971)    
    The Story of Chinese Gods (1975)    
    The Prodigal Boxer (II) (1976)    
    5 Kung Fu Daredevil Heroes (1977)    
    The 13 Styles Strike (1979)    
  Writer (1 film)
    The Best Secret Agent Part 2 (1964)    
 
 
Biography
 
  Zhang Ying was born in Sichuan Province. He was involved in filmmaking in Shanghai in 1947 and sent to Taiwan to shoot Happenings in Ali Shan. Due to the civil war he remained in Taiwan and became a civil servant responsible for the film department within the Ministry of Education. He not only helped local filmmakers with sound recording, film printing and cinematography, but also directed Taiwanese-language films such as Little Lovers Escape (Xiao Qingren Taowang, 1958), which won him the Best Director at the 1958 Taiwanese Film Festival, and The Best Secret Agent in 1964. His childrens film, Fantasy of the Deer Warrior, is included in our Taiwans Lost Commercial Cinema season.