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Chin Ping  ♀
Aliases:  Qin Ping,  Ching Ping,  Chun Ping

Filmography (1964-1972)
  Actor (26 films)
    The Last Woman of Shang (1964) ... Dancing girl
    The Crimson Palm (1964) ... Wang Chien-Chin
    The Dancing Millionairess (1964) ... Dancer
    The Twin Swords (1965) ... Kan Lien Chu
    Temple of the Red Lotus (1965) ... Jin Lian Zhu
    The Joy of Spring (1966) ... Chen Hsiao-Ping
    Magnificent Trio (1966) ... Wei Wen-Chen/ Wei Wen Zhen
    Tiger Boy (1966)    
    Swan Song (1967) ... Fanny Ge
    The Sword and the Lute (1967) ... Jin Lian Zhu
    The Trail of the Broken Blade (1967) ... Liu Chen Erh
    Hong Kong Nocturne (1967) ... Chia Ting Ting
    Sing High, Sing Low (1967) ... [Guest] Singer
    Hong Kong Rhapsody (1968) ... Herself
    The Bells of Death (1968) ... Hsiang Hsiang
    The Rainbow (1968) ... Liang Ming-Zhu
    Killer Darts (1968) ... Jin Yu-Sien
    The Millionaire Chase (1969) ... Zhang Ping "Little Pity"
    The Swordmates (1969) ... Li Yan-niang
    Vengeance Is a Golden Blade (1969) ... Li Xiao-Yan
    The Price of Love (1970) ... Chuang Jui-Fang
    The Twelve Gold Medallions (1970) ... Jin Suo
    The Love Auction (1970) ... Ballet dancer [Joy of Spring footage]
    The Yellow Muffler (1972) ... Singer
    The Black Enforcer (1972) ... Yen [Deleted footage]
    The Black Enforcer (1972) ... Yen [Deleted footage]
  Chin Ping joined Shaw Brothers in 1963 and with a stunning performance in her first film "The Crimson Palm", making her a valuable actress in the Shaw Brothers' stable of beauties. Her blazing persona was perfect for period piece martial arts dramas such as for legendary Wu Xia director Chang Che's "The Magnificent Trio" and "Trail of the Broken Blade", which also starred Shaw Brothers' rising star Jimmy Wang Yu. Over her seven year film career she starred in 20 films. After appearing in the rollicking comedy "The Millionaire Chase" and the classic, star studded martial arts epic "The Twelve Gold Medallions", she ended her career at Shaws with a real tearjerker, "The Prince of Love". Retiring from film, she chose to keep out of the public's eye.

From the Celestial DVD release of "The Sword and the Lute".