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葛蘭
Grace Chang  ♀
Aliases:  Ge Lan
Born: June 13th, 1933





 
Filmography (1953-1964)
 
  Actor (34 films)
    Seven Sisters (1953) ... [Intro]
    Diamond Flower (1953) ... Sun Chiao-Yun
    It Blossoms Again (1954) ... Hsiao Shu-Wen
    Blood-Stained Flowers (1954)    
    Flying Tigers (1956)    
    Red Bloom in the Snow (1956) ... Hehua
    The Story of a Fur Coat (1956)    
    Over the Rolling Hills (1956)    
    The Long Lane (1956)    
    The Ingenious Seduction (1956)    
    Surprise (1956)    
    Mambo Girl (1957) ... Li Kai-Ling
    Murder in the Night (1957)    
    Love and Crime (1957)    
    Booze, Boobs and Bucks (1957) ... Lan Ying
    The Golden Phoenix (1958)    
    Torrents of Desire (1958)    
    Girl with a Thousand Guises (1959) ... Gu Lingxiu
    My Darling Sister (1959) ... Li Mingming
    Our Dream Car (1959) ... Lee Jiaying
    Air Hostess (1959) ... Lin Ke-Ping
    Spring Song (1959) ... Li Qingping
    Crimes of Passion (1959)    
    Forever Yours (1960) ... Yu Liying
    Miss Pony-Tail (1960) ... Li Kuei Lan
    The Wild, Wild Rose (1960) ... Deng Zijia (AKA The Wild Rose)
    The Loving Couple (1960) ... Wang Naili
    The June Bride (1960) ... Wang Danlin
    Sun, Moon and Star (Part 2) (1961) ... Ma Qiuming
    Sun, Moon and Star (Part 1) (1961) ... Ma Qiuming
    Because of Her (1963) ... Li Meixin
    The Magic Lamp (1964) ... Goddess of Mountain Hua
    A Story of Three Loves (Part 2) (1964) ... Nina He / Shen Fenxi
    A Story of Three Loves (Part 1) (1964) ... Nina He / Shen Fenxi
 
 
Biography
 
  Biography (Chinese Screen Queens of the '50s and '60s)

Biography (gstage.com)

Ge Lan was born in Haining City, Zhejiang Province (South-West China) and was brought up in Shanghai. In 1949 her family emigrated to Hong Kong, where she studied singing and later acting. After her graduation in 1952, she joined Taishan Film Company, where soon she debuted in movies with "Seven Sisters". In 1959 she joined MP&GI, later Cathay, and resumed her artistic relationship with reputed director Evan Yang. This same year she appeared in "The Dinah Shore Show" for NBC TV, and became the first Chinese actress who performed in the American TV station. In 1961, American Capitol record company published "Hong Kong's Grace Chang: The Nightingale of the Orient". On June 15, she married rich merchant Gao Fu Chuan and in 1964 she left the movie world.