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臥龍生  ♂
Wo Long-Sheng
Kam Tung,  Woh Lung-Sheng,  Jin Tong,  Woh Long-Sheng,  Niu He-Ting
Born: May 5th, 1930 (China) - Died: March 23rd, 1997
 
Filmography (1961-1993)
 
  Story (21 films)
    Secret Book (Part 1) (1961)    
    Secret Book (Part 2) (1961)    
    Secret Book (Part 3) (1962)    
    The New Tale of the Flying Crane (Part 1) (1962)    
    The New Tale of the Flying Crane (Part 2) (1963)    
    The Golden Hairpin (Part 1) (1963)    
    The Golden Hairpin (Part 2) (1963)    
    The Golden Hairpin (Part 3) (1964)    
    The Golden Hairpin (Final Episode) (1964)    
    The Snowflake Sword (Part 1) (1964)    
    The Snowflake Sword (Part 2) (1964)    
    The Snowflake Sword (Grand Finale) (1964)    
    The All-powerful Flute (Part 1) (1965)    
    The All-powerful Flute (Part 2) (1965)    
    Remote Hero Lu (1966)    
    Banner of the Twin Phoenixes (Part 1) (1966)    
    Banner of the Twin Phoenixes (Part 2) (1966)    
    Paragon of Sword and Knife (1967)    
    Paragon of Sword and Knife (Grand Finale) (1968)    
    The Jade Hairpin Alliance (1980)    
    The Magic Crane (1993)    
  Presenter (1 film)
    The Chivalry, the Gunman and Killer (1977)    
  Writer (4 films)
    The Chivalry, the Gunman and Killer (1977)    
    Deadly Opponents (1978)    
    The Jade Hairpin Alliance (1980)    
    Nu Ren (1983)    
 
 
Biography
 
  Real name: Niu He Ting.

Born in 1930 in Henan province (Eastern central China). At a very young age he joins the Army, where he began to read chivalry novels, and in 1955 finally he decided leave the Army to write his own novels. His first novel was published in 1957, and his first best seller was born two only years later. Then he established in Taiwan, where he resume his successful career, being considered one of the best writers of the knight errant novel genre. Very soon his novels were converted into movies: "The Snowflake Sword" (written with the pseudonym of Jin Tong/Kam Tung), "The All-Powerful Flute" or "Paragon of Sword and Knife". He died in 1997.