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Hua Shan  ♂
Aliases:  Hwa San,  Wa Saan,  Hua San,  Wa Yat-Wang,  Hwa I-Hung
Born: 1942

Filmography (1970-1991)
  Cinematographer (13 films)
    The Wandering Swordsman (1970)    
    The Chinese Boxer (1970)    
    The Winged Tiger (1970)    
    Deaf and Mute Heroine (1971)    
    The 14 Amazons (1972)    
    Love and Blood (1972)    
    The Brutal Boxer (1972)    
    Tough Guy (1972)    
    The Casino (1972)    
    Adventure in Denmark (1973)    
    The Awaken Punch (1973)    
    The Thunder Kick (1974)    
    Wits to Wits (1974)    
  Director (30 films)
    From the Underworld (1974)    
    The Super Inframan (1975)    
    Homicides - The Criminals, Part II (1976)    
    Brotherhood (1976)    
    The Criminals (1976)    
    Last Strike (1977)    
    To Kill a Jaguar (1977)    
    Arson - The Criminals, Part III (1977)    
    Dreams of Eroticism (1977)    
    The Gory Murder (1978)    
    Island of Virgins (1978)    
    Flying Guillotine, Part II (1978)    
    Gang of Four (1978)    
    Hello Sexy Late Homecomers (1978)    
    Dynamo (1978)    
    Soul of the Sword (1978)    
    Killing Does Not Pay (1979)    
    The Brothers (1979)    
    Sun Dragon (1979)    
    Crystal Fist (1979)    
    He Who Never Dies (1979)    
    Struggle to Survive (1980)    
    Bloody Parrot (1981)    
    Kung Fu Zombie (1981)    
    Little Dragon Maiden (1983)    
    Usurpers of Emperor's Power (1983)    
    Tales of a Eunuch (1983)    
    Portrait in Crystal (1983)    
    Disciples of Shaolin Temple (1985)    
    Angel Force (1991)    
  Actor (2 films)
    The Fatal Flying Guillotines (1977)    
    The Call-Girls (1977) ... (only in Interview)
  Writer (2 films)
    He Who Never Dies (1979)    
    Kung Fu Zombie (1981)    
  Born in Shanghai, 1942, Hua graduated from the Shanghai Film Institute spezialicing in cinematography. He joined Shaw Brothers in 1963 as an assistant cinematographer to Nishimoto Tadashi (Ho Lan-Shan); and was promoted to cinematographer five years later, shooting for various films including Hsin Chiang's "Winged Tiger" and Jimmy Wang Yu's directorial debut "The Chinese Boxer". Hua got his own directorial debut in 1974 with "From the Underworld", financed by a Japanese-owned production company. He returned to Shaw the following year helming "The Super-Inframan", "The Brotherhood", and three episodes of the popular series "The Criminal". Using his pseudonym of Hua Yi-Hung, Hua was able to try his hand at a completely different style of directing with "Struggle to Survive", a controversial drama on illegal immigrants from China. (From the Celestial DVD edition of "The Super-Inframan").